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Events for November 10, 2017 › Entertainment
Making his Sequoia Room debut and the Release Party for his new disc, Oh, California Produced by Bill Bottrell & Marcus McCallen. Executive Producer Billy Bramblett Performers will include: Marcus-vocals and guitar, Gene Parsons (Byrds, Flying Burritos, Mendocino Quartet)-pedal steel, Danny Barca-guitar, Johnny Bush-bass Dinner Shows – No Cover – Full Taproom Menu Two shows – […]Find out more »
Come to the Anderson Valley Grange Friday and Saturday evenings November 3rd to 11th to see a performance in the spirit of silent cinema. A live band will accompany with original music. A unique theatrical production is a bow to the silent film era, and is told without dialogue. Mood and plot are carried […]Find out more »
Gloriana Musical Theatre is pleased to announce its Young Performers production of Hurricane Smith at Eagles Hall from November 3 to 12 with performances at 7:30 p.m on Fridays and Saturdays and Sunday matinees beginning at 3 p.m. Admission is $18 for the general public, $16 for Seniors and $8 for youth (17 and under). […]Find out more »
Outside Mullingar is a delightfully quirky love story, set in contemporary rural Ireland, two middle-aged farmers, Anthony and Rosemary, must overcome a land feud and their own clumsiness to find happiness. This romantic comedy by the author of Doubt and Moonstruck is lyrical, poetic, and utterly winsome. Plays Thursday to Saturdays at 8 and Sundays […]Find out more »
The Willits Community Theatre present “Moon Over Buffalo”, the story centers on two aging actors with one last chance for success--if everything goes as planned. However, with a plethora of pratfalls and a myriad backstage shenanigans—everything that could go wrong goes wrong and the result becomes poignant and hilarious. The show runs from November 3rd […]Find out more »
Loosely based on the vintage 1970’s television game show “Make Me Laugh” in which contestants watched stand up comedians perform earning points for every second that they could make it without laughing. The modern day version will be a the Mateel Center Comedy Cabaret November 10. Volunteers from the audience are then brought on stage […]Find out more »