The Chesapeake Arts Center is gearing up for the Holidays! We’re kicking off the fun this Friday night with a FREE “Meet the Artist” Reception from 6:30-8:30pm in the CAC Gallery and Pasadena Theatre Company’s performance of the “Christmas Carol”. Check out all the great events coming to the CAC in the month of December!
FREE reception will be head Friday, December 6, 2013 from 6:30pm-8:30pm in the Chesapeake Arts Center Gallery!
Gallery Information: “We Are The Simulacrum” with the following artist: Jeremy Sims, Lauren Griffin, Samantha McCurdy, Justin Rothshank, Rhiannon Ewing James, Aleksander Bohnak, and Bethany Rusen.
More images have been created in the last ten years than in the entirety of human history. This startling fact has been made possible by a proliferation of technology that has been made image creation easier and more readily available to an ever-widening population. It is clear that we are moving through a world that is intensely, overwhelmingly visual, and we believe that as visual artist coming of age in this time we have a unique understanding of this visual culture and a responsibily to interpret and critique it.
These Artist draw together working with familiar pop culture images or with objects of potent symbolic meaning.They strove for diversity of content and materiality, while at the same time identifying a common sensitivity to how these artist dealt withh images and symbols. Come by the Chesapeake Art Center and view their work. It’s something you don’t want to miss!
Pasadena Theatre Company Presents “A Christmas Carol”
Friday, December 6 and 13, 2013 at 8:00pm
Saturday, Decemeber 7 and 14, 2013 at 8:00pm
Sunday, December 8 and 15, 2013 at 3:00pm
In Studio 194 Theatre
Tickets: $19.00 for Adults & $15.00 for Children 12 & Under
Pasadena Theatre Company is renewing its own holiday tradition of presenting “A Christmas Carol” for a total of six performances at Chesapeake Arts Center.
“Set in Victorian London, “A Christmas Carol” tells the story of stingy merchant Scrooge, who chases carolers away in the plays opening scene and in another Christmas Eve scene counts the number of coals his beleaguered clerk, Bob Cratchit, burns to take the bitter chill from his office.
Dickens depicts the abuses of industrialization, including merchants’ greed and inhumane working conditions, with children being forced into harsh labor and deprived of education.
The message of “A Christmas Carol” is that miserly Scrooge is redeemable as he learns the lessons taught by visiting spirits of past, present and future Christmases, undergoing a transformation that enables him to celebrate the holiday. In the process, Scrooge also learns how to live the other 364 days of the year and realizes that his miserliness may have deprived and impoverished him as much as it has others.”
PTC will be offering a beautiful Christmas concert prior to the production under the direction of David Merrill. What a fabulous way to jump-start your holiday season with not only a concert but a fabulous production of “A Christmas Carol”. We sincerely hope that you will join us in the festivities by attending this year’s Holiday Classic!
Harbor City Music Company Show Chorus
& The Chesapeake Arts Center
Saturday, December 21, 2013
in the Hammonds Lane Theatre at the CAC!
Doors 5pm | Show 6:00pm
Tickets: FREE for CAC Members(Please Call the CAC Office at P:410-636-6597) $10.00 Adults; $5.00 Children 12 & Under
If you would like to purchase a Christmas Ball for $1.00, the price for the ticket will be $11 for Adults & $6.00 for Kids. If you would like to purchase only Christmas Balls, please email Nparsons@Chesapeakearts.orgfor more information.
Join the Harbor City Music Company Show Chorus & The Chesapeake Arts Center for the Annual Holiday Show! Harbor City Music Company Show Chorus, singing their entertaining four-part acappella harmony and the students of Brooklyn Park Middle School for a wonderful fun, family-friendly performance sure to warm your hearts and get you in the spirit!
FREE Photos with Santa will be available. Please bring a camera to capture the moment!
Annual Tree lighting after the Holiday performance ( In front of Brooklyn Park Middle School). Help decorate the CAC tree by purchasing an ornament for $1.00. Proceeds to benefit a local charity.
Oh, Boy, It’s Christmas
Saturday, December 21, 2013
8pm in Studio 194 Theatre
Buddy Holly and the Crickets never made a Christmas album. But we started thinking – what would it have been like if Buddy had recorded holiday tunes? Hence, OH BOY! It’s Christmas. The show isn’t ALL yuletide fare, about half is our favorite OH BOY! rockabilly/tex-mex classics with the other half being holiday fare done in a way that’ll make you say OH BOY!
More information about the CAC shows or to purchase tickets, visit http://www.Chesapeakearts.org .