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Wed May 1, 2013
Word Of Mouth's Arts and Culture Rundown
Now for a rundown of what’s coming up in New Hampshire’s arts & culture scene…the multiple Grammy award winner, singer-songwriter, and sometime actor Steve Earle will be at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord with his band, The Dukes. Opening for Earle is the husband and wife duo The Mastersons.
New Hampshire based singer songwriter and winner of the Hippo Press Best Solo Performer in 2011, Tristan Omand performs tomorrow at the Currier Museum’s “First Thursday Live” series. There will also be a discussion about art at intermission.
On Friday for one night and one night only, the international hit “Potted Potter” will be coming to the Music Hall in Portsmouth. A two man play that parodies all seven Harry Potter books in seventy minutes.
The Community Players of Concord are putting on the 2005 Pulitizer Prize winning drama, “Doubt” this weekend at the Concord City Auditorium.
At the Palace Theatre in Manchester, the classic American musical Grease is going like 'Greased Lightning' until May 18th.