Subject: Click...Pick...and Go! Your E-Buzz Events for the Week Jan. 17 - Jan. 23, 2018

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The list below is a small selection of the many cultural events happening across our region this coming week. We recommend you click the link above for our complete listing for this period.
The Opera House

Jan. 17, 1pm & 6:30pm
Ridgefield Playhouse 

Emmy-Award winning Susan Froemke’s new documentary chronicles the creation of the Met. Opera’s home of the last 50 years, against the backdrop of the artists, architects, and politicians who shaped the cultural life of New York City in the 50’s and 60’s. (More)
Signs of the Times 

Wed. Jan. 17, 5pm
Longshore, Westport

See the work of four talented artists in a provocative exhibition exploring where our culture is today and where we are going in the future. Featuring Cultural Alliance member artists Sue Benton, Miggs Burroughs, and Joanie Landau, with Nancy Landauer. More...
Citizen Kane

Thur. Jan. 18, 2 & 7pm
Edmond Town Hall Theater

Rosebud...with birthday cake. Orson Welles’ compellingly influential masterpiece is being shown at the Edmond Town Hall Theater - for $3. The sponsor enjoys the fact that "one of the best movies ever made never made any money for its first 55 years," so is celebrating her 55th birthday by sharing her birthday cake.  More...
One by One
Thu. Jan. 18, 6pm
Bendheim Gallery
Greenwich Arts Council
Opening Reception

In collaboration with Aid For Aids, a nonprofit empowering communities at risk of HIV and the general population, One for One showcases thirty works donated by artists to raise funds for this critical humanitarian cause. More...
Charles Esten
Fri. Jan. 19
Ridgefield Playhouse

Best known as lead guitarist Deacon Claybourne in “Nashville,” Charles “Chip” Esten, returns after a sold-out performance with a band full of hit songs. Seen iThe Postman and Swing Vote, as well as HBO’s Big Love” and Disney’s Jessie, come meet this multi-talented performer live, up-close and personal! More...
38th Annual Photography Show

Sat. Jan. 20, 4pm
Carriage Barn Arts Center
Opening Reception

This annual juried show features the work of professional, amateur and student photographers. Juried by Allison Brant, The Brant Foundation and Carl Fuldner, Yale University Art Gallery. More...
A Winter Celebration 
of the Arts

Sat. Jan. 20, 7pm
Easton Public Library
Opening Reception

The Easton Arts Council announces its Annual Adult Member Art Show. Fifty artists include Cultural Alliance members Paul Berger, Dolly Curtis, Len Grayeck, Richard Koleszar, Kaz Oda, Lisa Silberman, Cleo Sonneborn and Lee WaltherMore...
Juilliard String Quartet

Sat. Jan. 20, 8pm
Westport Arts Center


Tribute to the Music of Prince: LoVeSeXy

Sat. Jan. 20, 8pm
Bijou Theatre
Enjoy New England's premier tribute to the music of PRINCE, an amazing 6-piece band performs a wide range of his material from the early years including all the hits that made him a worldwide star! LoVeSeXy will keep any audience highly entertained and dancing all night!  More...
Greenwich Symphony
Elissa Lee Koljonen

Jan. 20-21
Performing Arts Center
Greenwich High School
Elissa Lee Koljonen will perform Korngold's Violin Concerto under the baton of GSO Conductor David Gilbert. The concert program includes Ravel's Le Tombeau de Couperin and Beethoven's Symphony No. 2.   More...
Babar the Elephant 

Sun. Jan. 21, 2pm
Shelton Intermediate School

New Haven Symphony Orchestra pianist William Braun plays Francis Poulenc’s whimsical L’Histoire de Babar while Really Inventive Stuff’s vaudeville actor, Michael Boudewyns, returns to the stage to narrate the tale about the King of the Elephants. More...

Sun. Jan. 21, 8pm
Fairfield Theatre Company
The Warehouse

Jam-oriented rock band, or rock-oriented jam band? You decide. Strangefolk arose from the early Northeast jam band scene. Its strengths are brotherly-like harmonies and upbeat bluesy grooves. Clean guitar hooks, tight, earnest harmonies and contemplative lyrics are Strangefolk’s stock-in-trade. More...
Faces Places

Tues. Jan. 23, 7:30pm
Avon Theatre

89-year old Agnes Varda, one of the leading figures of the French New Wave, with acclaimed 33 year-old French photographer and muralist JR, who both share a passion for how images are created, displayed and shared, co-direct this enchanting award-winning documentary/road movie. Discussion afterwards, hosted by CT Post's Joe Meyers. More...
Shaping Community
Jan. 23-24
Stepping Stones Museum 
for Children

Explore the impact of the arts on our neighborhoods and towns in a day of panel discussions, performances and videos (Tues. Jan. 23). Keynotes include CT Main Street's Patrick McMahon and storytelling and heritage expert Keith Stokes. Performances by Play With Your Food, Shanna Melton, Kristen Graves and more. Jan. 24 will be a work day for working groups from 9 towns creating and crafting creative placemaking project proposals. More...
India Cultural Center 
Children's Classes
Jan. 21 - Mar. 18
India Cultural Center of Greenwich

ICC's Children's Classes are a great way for children (ages 4-12) to be enriched academically and culturally outside the classroom! In addition to STEM and coding classes, ICC has added a number of new classes to its roster for the Winter/Spring 2018 session, including yoga, mindfulness, Bharatanatyam, chess, cricket and Hindi.  More...
Hear Our Drive Time WPKN Announcements

Hear more selections from on our 2-minute Drive Time announcements on WPKN 89.5 FM and Announcements of five or six selected events can be heard as PSAs during drive time: 7-9am and 4-7pm, weekdays.
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