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The Western Stage presents” Of Mice and Men,” a musical drama.
Adapted in 1958 by Ira J. Bilowit & Wilson Lehr
Based on the play by John Steinbeck
Music by Alfred Brooks, Lyrics by Ira J. Bilowit
Mainstage Theater | Aug. 24, 25, 30, 31 and Sept. 1, 7, 8, 13, 14 *ASL INTERPRETER SEPT. 1* (Join us for ReActions on Sunday, September 8!). Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. Sundays at 2 p.m.
Order tickets online at www.westernstage.com/tickets or call our box office: 831-755-6816 (Wednesay – Saturday, 5 – 8 p.m.)
A revival of a musical adaptation from 1958. It was a commentary on the social climate at the time, which still resonates today. It speaks to the condition of the homeless, powerless and neglected people in a manner that compels us to look again at their plight.
The Western Stage’s opening weekend of “Of Mice and Men” a Musical Drama will culminate in an exclusive one-time-only discussion panel with world famous Steinbeck experts, including Anthony Newfield (New York Actor/Director and personal friend of Ira Bilowit, credited with bringing the archived materials to the National Steinbeck Center), Alice Spivak (Ira Bilowit’s wife during the creation of the musical), Susan Shillinglaw (world-renowned Steinbeck Scholar, and San Jose State University Professor), Jon Selover (TWS Artistic Director and Director of TWS’ “Of Mice and Men” reading and revival), and Waverly Kaffaga (Executor of the Steinbeck Estate). The panel will discuss Steinbeck’s process in writing the novel, the creation of the musical, the musical’s evolution from 1958 Off-Broadway premier to 2018 reading, and the 2019 revival production. This event is exclusively for ticket holders attending the Sunday matinee on August 25, 2019, and will take place directly following the performance. This is in addition to the regularly scheduled ReActions for “Of Mice and Men” on September 8th, open to the general public. You may purchase your tickets to attend this special event by contacting the Box Office: 831-755-6816 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is wheelchair accessible. Individuals requiring other accommodations should contact the Box Office at least one week prior to the event: 831-755-6816 or email@example.com.
We would like to celebrate the End Of Summer with our community. This will be a time of Fellowship, food, and a Water-slide! Please join us for the Morning Service followed by a time of Food and Fellowship. We look forward to seeing you there.
1:00-2:30 Fellowship, Games & Waterslide
Please bring towels for the festivities.
Come join our community volunteers–adults and high school students–who read one-on-one with First-Third Grade children at the local Boys and Girls Club, located on Crest Avenue. The 8/27/19 Orientation, required by Boys and Girls Club, is facilitated by local Gamma Alpha Chapter. Reading Hour is scheduled on Tuesday, 4-5 pm. RSVP or request more info at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us on Sunday, September 1st as we partner with W.E.R.C. to release a re-habilitated barn owl back into the wild at dusk. W.E.R.C. representatives will be on hand with their educational Barn Owl Barnadette, to talk about their wildlife education and rehabilitation efforts. Bring a picnic and join us for this very special moment and support local wildlife education and rehabilitation!
Event will begin at 5:00 p.m. Owl release will occur at twilight.
Recommended $10 per person donation to support W.E.R.C. at the door. We will be raffling off great prizes too.
Wine by the glass and/or bottle available for purchase. 20% of wine sales will be donated to W.E.R.C. Sorry, no outside alchohol allowed.
Enjoy a communitywide celebration of our local history. Reception, 5pm. Dinner, 6pm. Debut screening of the 2019 installment of “Stories from the Past,” a documentary series produced by local filmmakers. Raffle prize drawings. Reserve your seat online or at BookSmart, Vineyard Town Center, by August 26th.
An interactive presentation for adults and teens about responding to bias and bigotry, this program, brought to Morgan Hill by the ADL, a leading anti-hate organization, will teach participants:
– The causes of the upsurge in hate in our community and country
– How to stand up for yourself and vulnerable people
– How to be an ally and “up stander”
– What you can do to fight hate for good