Subject: NEW! Top 7, Spotlights, & More: EBuzz Sept. 22, 2021

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September 22, 2021
The E-Buzz is published each Wednesday 

The E-Buzz is our weekly selection from the many hundreds of events 
published on the FCBuzz-Events section of our website by our members.

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Wednesday Nite Live 
Village People

Wed. Sept. 22, 6-10pm
Mill River Park

Are you ready to dance, sing, and throw your arms in the air? Transport back to the 70s with this iconic disco-era group known for their wild on-stage costumes and catchy dance tunes such as "Macho Man," "In the Navy", and of course "Y.M.C.A." Guaranteed fun! More...

Not By The Book

Thurs. Sept. 23, 6-8pm
Flinn Gallery
The Greenwich Library

Catch the opening reception and re-opening celebration of the Flinn after both the pandemic and extensive renovations to the library. This first exhibit of the season features four artists who use the physical structure of books to express their creative ideas. Shiela Hale builds with books, taking her inspiration from nature; Chris Perry regards books as sculptural objects, working with the theme of water; Andrew Sovjani expands the boundaries of books’ physical nature, using photography and engineering; and Erin Walrath transforms recycled books into visually expansive new contexts. More...


Fri. Sept. 24 - Sun. Sept. 26
Curtain Call

Don’t miss the opening night for this Tony Award-winning musical comedy, with music and lyrics by Sherman Edwards and a book by Peter Stone. 1776 won three Tony Awards, including Best Musical. With quick-witted dialogue and a playful score, 1776 dramatizes the impassioned debates of Philadelphia’s Second Continental Congress. Runs through October 9th. See all dates and times in event posting. More...
A Journey by Kimberly Wilson

Sat. Sept. 25, 12pm and 5pm
Greenwich Theatre Company

Relax in a beautiful courtyard and experience an intimate and powerful exploration of the history and story of the Black Woman. Follow eight women in eight pivotal generations as Kimberly presents their stories through song, movement and monologue.The actress tells of the struggles and influence of Black Womanhood with courage, dignity, faith, hope, and strength in perfect lockstep with the history of the United States. More...
Roaring 20's Lawn Party

Sat. Sept. 25, 2-6pm
Weston Historical Society

Calling all flappers and fellas! Get ready to party like it's 1921! Enjoy an afternoon of Jazz Age music outside at the historic Coley Homestead. Featuring The Vince Giordano Traditional Jazz Ensemble, a Grammy-award winning 7-piece jazz ensemble that has played in New York nightclubs, appeared in films such as The Cotton Club, and played concerts such as Jazz At Lincoln Center for the past four decades. A guaranteed roarin’ good time! More...
The Doo Wop Project

Sat. Sept. 25, 7pm
SHU Community Theatre

Trace the evolution of Doo Wop from the class sound of five guys singing harmonies on a street corner to the biggest hits on the radio at this evening of song, featuring stars of Broadway’s "Jersey Boys," "Motown: The Musical" and "A Bronx Tale." A showcase of music from The Belmonts through Smokey Robinson and The Temptations to modern hits from Michael Jackson, Jason Mraz, and Maroon 5. More...
Artist Talk and Q&A with
Duvian Montoya and 
Robert Cottingham
Moderated by David Green

Sun. Sept. 26, 1pm
The Norwalk Art Space

Join a conversation between artist and mentor: Duvian Montoya and Robert Cottingham. The subjects of an intriguing exhibition that compares their artwork in terms of shadow and contrast, focus, color, and pattern and crop, together with a “behind-the-scenes” look at what is in their studios, these two artists will discuss their work, their relationship and what they have learned from each other. More...
Jazz At Its Best

Featuring Grammy Nominated Organist, Pat Bianchi
Wed. Sept. 22, 7pm
La Zingara Restaurant
Get Ready for a Night of Rock 'n Roll

Thurs. Sept. 23, 8pm
The Ridgefield Playhouse
Genre-Defying Music!

Fri. Sept. 24, 7pm
Norwalk's Wall Street Theater
It's Norwalk Symphony's 82nd Season Opener

Sat. Sept. 25, 7:30pm
Norwalk Concert Hall
Celebrate the Legendary 'King of Pop'

Sat. Sept. 25, 8pm
Bridgeport's Bijou Theatre
Instrumentals and Vocals for the Soul

Sun. Sept. 26, 7pm
Westport’s Levitt Pavilion For The Performing Arts
Finding Our Way
An opening exhibit reception

Thurs. Sept. 23, 6-8pm
Bendheim Gallery
Greenwich Arts Council
Music, Spirituality, and the 
Legacy of John Coltrane
A conversation and live music

Thurs. Sept. 23, 7pm
The Westport Library
Marvelous Metamorphoses
An interactive performance with
Sova Dance & Puppet Theater

Sat. Sept. 25, 11am
Greenwich Audubon Center

Breuer's Bohemia
A film screening and conversation

Tues. Sept. 28, 7pm
The Philip Johnson Glass House
New Canaan

Hear a recording of a wider range of our E-Buzz selections for the radio on WPKN 89.5FM every day. Selections change each day and play: Tuesday 8:55am, Wednesday 11:55am, Thursday 9:55am Friday 11:55am; Saturday 8:55am; Sunday 9:55am, and Monday, 12:55pm.
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