A Day of Entertainment with the Spectrum Playhouse and Good Purpose Gallery in Lee today, August 4th: Art in the Alley: 10am - 4pm Come check out the eclectic and ever changing offerings of local artisans in the Spectrum Back Alley.
11am - Family First Series: The Watershed Waltz - Come see this puppet performance that examines our impact on our local water sources. Good for all ages! Marmalade Productions specializes in educational and inspiring puppet / school shows. Their goal in family shows is to send the audience away with a smile on their lips and a story of their own bubbling up. If a parent picks up a spoon that night at dinner and starts to talk to the potatoes they have reopened the door where children live all the time!
1pm - Peter Putnam on the Back Alley Stage - The Spectrum Back Alley Stage is thrilled to feature local performer Peter Putnam! Peter, locally known and part of several music groups, will be bringing his own personal style to our outdoor stage. Come join in as he performs acoustic renditions of everything from historical Elizabethan songs to classic Americana hits and more! .
3pm - Neil Von Flatern on the Back Alley Stage - The Spectrum Back Alley Stage is excited to feature local performer Neil Von Flatern. Neil has performed in the Spectrum Playhouse on multiple occasions with the Royal Berkshire Improv Troupe and we are excited to feature him in his first musical performance on the Back Alley Stage!
5pm - Robin O'Herin on the Back Alley Stage - 2009 Telluride Blues finalist, Robin O'Herin specializes in historically rich, often interactive concerts that include original and traditional American music, for schools, libraries and small listening rooms. Her concerts are warm, affirming experiences she shares with the audience. Let her take you on a journey of musical exploration through the Delta and Piedmont regions of the South. Song selections may include Robert Johnson, Blind Willie Johnson and Robin's own original blues and fingerstyle ballads.