WARDSBORO CURTAIN CALL, Inc.

TOWN HALL MUSIC SERIES

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2021 Performance Schedule

Saturday, JULY 24, 7pm The Gene Pool

 

The Gene Pool, comprised of local musicians Gene Morrison, Dave Arnold, Colin Blazej, Jake Geppert, and John Pozzi, will offer the audience “an evening of Fine Original Acoustic Americana”.

To minimize personal contact, admission for this show will be by donation and there will be no -refreshments provided. Please plan to bring your own (BYOB and BYO Refreshments.)

Sunday, SEPTEMBER 19, 2pm Bruce Mandel

Bruce Mandel performs in a return engagement, having played the WCC Music Series in 2018.Singer & Musician Magazine says “Bruce Mandel brews up a coffeehouse sound that’s espresso rich in inspiration and experience.” For this show, WCC will move toward a more traditional event with a $10 admission and some refreshments will be provided. BYOB.

Friday, DECEMBER 3, 7pm  The Flannel Formal

The Wyld Nightz Band returns for another dance party – this time it will be WCC’s Holiday event, “The Flannel Formal”.  Please wear your best flannel for the occasion – as well as your dancing shoes/boots.  Admission will be $15 and refreshments will be provided. BYOB.

There is no holiday play planned for 2021

WARDSBORO CURTAIN CALL, Inc.

TOWN HALL MUSIC SERIES

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About the organization and how it started

Wardsboro Curtain Call, Inc., plans, promotes,  and produces a variety of  entertainment events  in Wardsboro's Town Hall for the enjoyment  of Wardsboro residents, visitors, and friends from neighboring towns. We are a small volunteer group of Wardsboro residents with a great interest in bringing entertainment to Wardsboro's Town Hall. 

 

Before WCC began producing shows, the group's mission was to make improvements to Wardsboro Town Hall's stage area. Thanks to lots of fundraising throughout 2014, plus many generous donations and a Cultural Facilities grant award from the Vermont Arts Council, WCC was able to acquire, conserve and install a set of antique hand-painted scenic backdrop curtains. At that time, the stage was cleaned and painted, and later, we added new red velvet theater curtains. Kevin Sabin generously donated his services to sand and refinish the stage flooring. In 2015, WCC funded theater lighting improvements to better illuminate the stage.

 

The following year, Wardsboro's Select Board purchased new chairs and had the floor refinished on the second floor.  Just last year, WCC used remaining funds from the earlier curtain effort and donations from anonymous supporters to install new carpeting in the building’s foyer and up the stairs to the second floor.

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