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Amos Lee - photo by Harper Lee
Jessica Eisenbrey
Marketing Manager at Hagley Museum & Library

“Delaware! What’s the word, ya’ll?,” wailed Amos Lee as he opened his sold-out show atWorld Cafe Live at the Queen on May 16. Known for his folksy sound and soulful voice, Amos started the night with a favorite from his 2011 album Mission Bell called Windows Are Rolled Down, setting the tone for what would be a laid-back, intimate show. For more than two hours, he serenaded those in attendance with a mix of older songs and newer yet-to-be-released tracks. A native of Philadelphia, Amos paid homage to his hometown and its proximity to Wilmington. The crowd cheered at Amos’ shout out to WXPN, the University of Pennsylvania public radio station headquartered at Philly’s World Café Live location, and went nearly silent during Keep It Loose, Keep It Tight as Amos quietly sang the line, “Sometimes we forget what we got, who we are, and who we are not.”...

Jersey Boys - Playhouse on Rodney Square
Guest Blogger, Mary Ellen Hassett
Delaware Arts INfo Blog

The Playhouse on Rodney Square is closing out their Broadway season with Jersey Boys, a Tony Award–winning musical about four blue-collar kids from Newark, NJ.  This story is told thru the eyes of each of one of the four Jersey Boys from their perspectives at different times in their 40-year relationship. The talented group of musicians that starred in this rendition of Jersey Boys were amazing. This musical has it all – Jersey accents, mafia undertones, fantastic sets, a great storyline and lots of laughter. Whether old or young, this musical contains songs that everyone can enjoy... 

The Music School of Delaware's Women's Chorus
Christine Facciolo
Delaware Arts INfo Blog

The Music School of Delaware’s Spring Choral Concert showcased the talents of four ensembles in an eclectic program at the school’s Wilmington Branch on Sunday, May 1, 2016 featuring music from church, folk and pop/rock traditions. The concert opened with five selections by Bella Voce, a 10-member choir consisting of students from Grades 2 though 8, under the direction of faculty member Marybeth Miller. If these young singers represent the future of music, we’re in good hands. The group showed its versatility with capable renderings of two Dominican folk songs, three nonsense ditties (Two Tongue Twisters and Antonio) as well as the Harry Belafonte-penned folk song Turn the World Around. Their set concluded with the traditional spiritualTwelve Gates into the City, which spotlighted their individual voices...

The Explorers Club at Delaware Theatre Company
Charles "Ebbie" Alfree, III
Delaware Arts INfo Blog

The Delaware Theatre Company closes their 2015-16 season with Nell Benjamin'sThe Explorers Club, a delightful farce that kept the audience in stitches. Although I'm not a huge fan of this genre, I did appreciate the witty writing, the superb performances of the ensemble cast (expertly directed by Bud Martin) and the stunning costumes and set.

Terrance Vann's set design from HAIR presented by CTC
Michelle Kramer Fitzgerald
Delaware Arts INfo Blog

City Theater Company (CTC) is proud to partner with Wilmington's Creative District to unveil the permanent "home" of artist Terrance Vann’s Hair mural on Friday, May 6, kicking off the district's monthly INSPIRE Lot Series with the official installation of the original mural. The piece was commissioned by CTC for its April production of Hair and presented as a vibrant backdrop during the show’s run. Its new home will be on West 7th Street in downtown Wilmington... 

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