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EVENTS – JANUARY

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: Barter Players

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: Barter Players

Jan 19, 3:00pm - Jan 19, 6:00pm

Historic Masonic Theatre and Masonic Amphitheatre
510 Main Street
Clifton Forge, VA  24422 Map

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Sarturday, January 19, 2019 at 3PM
In the John E. Hillert Auditorium
Tickets: $15/$12/$10
Sponsored, in part, by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Whether it’s fishing with Huckleberry Finn, or convincing his friends to whitewash Aunt Polly’s fence, nobody loves life more than the irascible Tom Sawyer. Then one night in a spooky graveyard, Tom and Huck stumble upon a deadly secret. Will they be able to save Muff Potter from the treacherous Injun Joe before it’s too late? Join Tom and Huck on the most exciting adventure of their life, where they learn that man’s greatest treasure is the gift of friendship.

Adapted from Mark Twain by Catherine Bush

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Alexa Rose Trio in Concert

Alexa Rose Trio in Concert

Jan 26, 7:30pm - Jan 26, 9:00pm

Historic Masonic Theatre and Masonic Amphitheatre
510 Main Street
Clifton Forge, VA  24422 Map

ALEXA ROSE Trio
Saturday, January 26, 2019, at 7:30pm
In the John E. Hillert Auditorium
Tickets: Main Orchestra: $20; Rear Orchestra and Front Balcony: $17; Rear Balcony: $15; Box Seats: $30.

Alexa Rose has the rare ability to find strikingly original melodies that nevertheless sound like they must have existed for a long time, stored away maybe in the ether of creativity, self-evident and awaiting discovery. Moving deftly between complex dexterity and heart-tugging familiarity, Rose achieves a sound that pushes gently alongside the bright vocal experimentalism of Joni Mitchell and Joanna Newsom while maintaining the brassy attitude and simple refrains that run straight through American roots music from mountain ballads to rock n roll.

Rose spent her formative years curating original music in the Blue Ridge, including Covington, releasing two albums in her early twenties. You can often catch her sporting her dusty Frye boots in some southern lagoon, or on the regional radio stations that spin her latest full-length release, "Low and Lonesome." Written on a hand me down guitar from her mother, the title track is a toast to Rose's heritage, and its anthem-like chorus haunts the listener with a somberness evocative of Gillian Welch.

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