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Of What's Happening This Week
Sept. 13 Thru Sept. 20

Thru Sept. 25
Music Theatre Of Connecticut

A musical fable of the ultimate stage mother is intimately re-imagined in the style of MTC MainStage’s acclaimed productions. 
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Political Satire:
The Best Man

Opening Sept. 15 
Curtain Call, Inc.

An entertaining ride of twists and turns as two front-runners vie for their party’s nomination for President.
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Macbeth, Third World Bunfight

Sept. 16 & 17
Quick Center For The Arts

A radical take on Verdi’s Macbeth, brought to the Quick in conjunction with the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. This tale of ambition, treachery and witchcraft is set in contemporary times, in the Great Lakes region of Central Africa. (More Here)
Eddie Niño: The Landscape Show

Opening Reception Sept. 16
The Greenwich Art Society

Niño presents an extensive body of landscape paintings and drawings rendered in a variety of media, created locally en plein air
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Fall Exhibition

Opening Reception Sept. 18
Silvermine Arts Center

New exhibitis include Barry Kiperman, 2015 Best in Show in Art of the Northeast; a Guild Group Show on the theme of "flow"; and Karen Kalkstein’s Evensong, an immersive installation. (More Here)
James Grashow:
The Prince Of Prints

Opening Reception Sept. 17
Center For Contemporary Printmaking

A showcase of Grashow's woodcuts. Also, CCP has partnered with the Stepping Stone Museum and the Maritime Aquarium to create a Fish Parade, featuring vibrantly painted, large-scale cardboard fish created by Grashow and decorated by area children.
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Joan Crowe’s Jesters Of Jive: Blues, Jazz, Swing & Comedy

Sept. 18
Westport Library

Jesters of Jazz pays tribute to the writers who have created great songs with a sense of humor. Feaaturing classics by Cab Calloway, Fats Waller, and more
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Tapestry: A Tribute To Carole King

Sept. 18
Downtown Cabaret Theatre

Tapestry: Tribute to Carole King faithfully recreates the glorious sound of a Carole King concert, leaving audiences with memories of the great music she wrote and recorded. (More Here)
Cricket Tell The Weather

Sept. 15
New Canaan Library

A new series debuts - Music@New Canaan Library - with the very popular bluegrass/folk group Cricket Tell the Weather.
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