New shows announced at Chesapeake Arts Center

| February 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Chesapeake Arts Center in Brooklyn Park has announced several new shows slated for the next few weeks.

Chesapeake Arts Center logoNorthern Arundel Cultural Preservation Society, Inc.

Presents:Emancipation Revisited; Lest We Forget

Saturday, February 28,2015

1:00pm

at the Chesapeake Arts Center

Studio 194 Theatre

FREE ADMISSION

Performances By: Magothy’s Singing and Praying Band & Extensions of Faith Choir

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The Chesapeake Arts Center Presents:

Jazz on Sundays with Dance on Bones

Sunday, March 8, 2015

in the Studio 194 Theatre

Doors 2:30pm | Show 3:00pm

All Ages!!

Tickets: Adult $15; CAC Member & Seniors (62+) $12 Kids 12 and under $10.00

A non-linear, impressionistic text tells the story of world very like our own: sea levels are rising, trees are being ravaged, and jazz may be the only thing that can save humanity. Dance On Bones is inspired by and structured around jazz music, riffing off of the folklore of the jazz scenes in St. Petersburg, Russia and New Orleans, Louisiana; creation myths; flooding cities; and current environmental circumstances washing away our shores.

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Chesapeake Arts Center &

Tasty Monster Productions Presents:

Ferdinand

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Doors 10:00am | Show 10:30am

Hammonds Lane Theatre

Tickets: Adults $10.00 ; Children 12 and under $5.00

Inspired by the bull who wouldn’t fight but just wanted to smell the flowers, Ferdinand is the heartwarming story of Tom, a single dad who just wants to raise his son Ferdinand with love and empathy in a world determined to make him fight.So who do you want to be, the bully or the bull?

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