The clever tale of Shelly Oysta – a poor girl who dreams of a better life aboard the glimmering yachts of Cape Ann. Mrs. Fifi Hogenheimer, the créme de la créme of Cape Ann High Society, holds her annual gala to showcase her Tip Top Tiara. Toe-tapping tunes, uprorious laughter, a double wedding and a happy ending will usher Spring in with a bang! Developed through Henry Allen’s Young Playwrights Workshop, inspired by the music of Cole Porter and George & Ira Gershwin. Only 6 performances, opening Friday May 2nd!! Advance tickets on sale now at www.NorthShoreFolk.org
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ESSEX ELEMENTARY HOLDS 5TH ANNUAL MESSY ART NIGHT
Essex, MA (January 27, 2014) – Essex Elementary School (EES) and the Essex Parent-‐Teacher Organization (PTO) will hold their annual Messy Art Night on Friday, February 7, 2014. This will be the fifth year of the event, which draws attendees from all over Cape Ann and the North Shore for it’s hands-‐on art projects led by artists from the area’s vibrant artistic community.
Over a dozen local artists will demonstrate their crafts and host hands-‐on make-‐your-‐own projects at Messy Art Night, including sculptors, painters, collagists, mixed media artists, potters, and others.
Confirmed artists include: sculptor Chris Williams, illustrator Chrissie McNiff Twombly, potters from Art Haven of Gloucester, painter Kathleen McHugh, the Art School of Salem’s Andrew Carr, painter Margaret Sweet, illustrator Leslie Galacar, painter Emily Gala, The Art Center of Hamilton’s Erin Clark, mixed media artist Jen Mayer, painter Kristen Wilson, and sculptor Scott Mulcahey. Local Essex museums Cogswell Grant and the Essex Shipbuilding Museum will also host projects at the event.