Hollywood actor, producer and writer Dan Roebuck paid a visit to the Boutique at the Rink May 11 to help promote the 2018 cancer fundraiser. Roebuck, a Bethlehem native, filmed a promotional piece with co-chairs Karen Hein and Sharon Kunsman, visited with volunteers, posed for photos and he recounted his visits to the Boutique as a teenager when he would purchase tuxedos to wear as an aspiring young magician.
The Freedom HS Theatre Company present the Mary Rodgers and Marshall Barer musical “Once Upon a Mattress” April 11, 12, 13 and 14 at 7 p.m. and April 15 at 2 p.m. in the school theater. Tickets are $10 plus processing fee and can be obtained by visiting www.showtix4u.com or by calling 610-867-6630.”Once Upon a Mattress” chronicles the pursuit of a princess bride for the prince in a fictional medieval kingdom, despite the efforts of his domineering queen mother.Jennifer Wescoe directs the performance, her last after 18 years leading Freedom’s theatre company.
Master Pysanky artist Donna Yob has been creating intricately designed pysanky eggs for nearly 50 years. Pysanky, meaning “to write,” is an egg decorating process that uses a wax-resistant process called batik.
She demonstrated her artistry at the Moravian Book Shop March 30 and 31, drawing many inquisitive shoppers to her work station.
Emmet Cahill normally performs with the well-known group Celtic Thunder, but the 26-year-old Irish tenor has also embarked on a solo career. On March 20 Cahill performed before nearly 300 at the First Presbyterian Church treating attendees to an assortment of traditional Irish songs, spiritual numbers and popular tunes including fielding a number of audience requests.
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