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Newburyport Screening Room Brings in Award Contenders Winter 2018

Movie buffs will be thrilled that the Newburyport Screening Room is showing three award contenders for Winter 2018.  The Shape of Water, Three Billboards, and Call Me By Your Name will be shown in the classic, small box theater on State Street.  The venue is a perfect romantic spot with its timeless … [Read more...]

The Actors Studio Serves Up a Spicy Treat

-Impossible Marriage-, they all are occasionally.  Playing through October 22 at the Actors Studio in the Tannery Marketplace.  Written by Beth Henley, Impossible Marriage is a witty and insightful play full of lush human landscapes. The playwright is best known for her play, Crimes of the Heart, … [Read more...]

Louise Winant Exhibits at the Firehouse in Newburyport

At the Firehouse Theater April 26-May 21.  In downtown Newburyport, see exhibiting artist Louise Winant. Her art reflects on the mysteries of life and human existence.  These spiritually emotive scenes in the medium of oil paint, explore the nature of joy, innocence, and vulnerability.  She also … [Read more...]

Firehouse Theater Events for March/April

Love/Sick - March 23-April 2 by John Cariani A Firehouse Production. From the writer of “Almost, Maine” comes a collection of nine slighty twisted and completely hilarious vignettes about the pain and joy that comes with being in love. “A whimsical romantic comedy. In the nine vignettes … [Read more...]

See an American in Paris This Fall

Plan a babysitter.  Dress to the nines. Get yourselves to the Wang in Boston or Bushnell in Hartford this November . (Some of us will always call it the Wang.) Performed October 25-November 6 in Boston -OR- November 15-20 in Hartford, CT. (Have you seen the Mark Twain house yet?)  The … [Read more...]

Newburyport Actors Studio Presents Samuel Beckett Plays

Three Plays by Samuel Beckett; The Last Great Modernist Playwright The Actors Studio in Newburyport, The Tannery January 8-17 - Friday/Saturday 8pm, Sunday 3pm Presenting: Rockaby, Ohio Impromptu, and Footfalls Don't miss the Actor's Studio presentation of Samuel Beckett's work in … [Read more...]

Museum of Science Boston promotes interest in STEM with Pixar

Rainy day blues? This year take a visit to the Museum of Science in Boston. In addition to 3D educational film on subjects like Humpback Whales and the Jurassic era you will also enjoy interactive exhibits which will please children and curious adults of all ages.  Showing until January 10, … [Read more...]

Turner and Raven Exhibits Draw Crowds to PEM

Unlike many of his contemporaries' work, Turner's seascapes show the many extreme moods of oceanic travel and living. Joseph Mallord William Turner was born in London during May 1775.  His father was a barber and due to his mother's illness, Turner spent much of his childhood living with … [Read more...]

Maintaining the Foundation in Newburyport

I love lists – lists of goals, lists of things to get done around the house, lists of reasons I love bacon, and of course, the to-do list. Lists are something I especially enjoy at the start of a new year.  They help me to clarify and prioritize.  But I recently came across a list that is more … [Read more...]

The Hills Are Alive at Stowe

Mount Mansfield holds some great personal memories of learning to ski on long wide trails full of unique markers like a tiny, wooden chapel half way down the pike. It is different than most of the “big time” ski resorts in New England with an old world european feeling that is fostered throughout … [Read more...]

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