Kent County Arts and Entertainment Events- March 2023


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  • Spring Musical

  • Friday,   |  7:30pm
  • This event runs March 3 to March 4
  • Location: Washington College - Gibson Center for the Arts - Tawes Theater
  • Contact: Washington College Music Department
  • Email: wcmusic@washcoll.edu
  • The Department of Music Presents Washington College's Spring Musical: Tik, Tik, Boom (Director Ernest Green).

  • Josh Mlodzianowski (saxophone)

  • Wednesday,   |  7:30pm
  • Location: Washington College - Gibson Center for the Arts - Hotchkiss
  • Contact: Washington College Concert Series
  • Phone: 410-778-7839
  • Email: concertseries@washcoll.edu
  • URL:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/josh-mlodzianowski-saxophone-tickets-399636442357
  • The Washington College Concert Series presents Josh Mlodzianowski (saxophone). Josh will premiere recently commissioned works that blend elements of hip-hop and concert music as well as performing staples of the saxophone repertoire from the 20th century.
    To learn more about Josh, visit www.joshonthatsax.com
    To learn more, visit washcoll.edu/concert

    CONTACT:
    concertseries@washcoll.edu

    Individual tickets are $20 (adults) and $15 (non-WC College Students / Seniors 65 and over / WC Faculty and Staff). Youth 18 and under are free.

  • Emmanuel Episcopal Church Organ Series

  • Friday,   |  7:30
  • Location: Emmanuel Church - 101 North Cross Street by the Fountain Park - Emmanuel Church - 101 North Cross Street by the Fountain Park
  • Contact: Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Chester Parish
  • Phone: 410-778-3477
  • Email: gdb20024@gmail.com
  • Katherine Johnson is an organ performance student at the Oberlin Conservatory, where she studies with Christa Rakich.

  • Grendel

  • Friday,   |  7:30 PM
  • This event runs March 31 to April 1
  • Location: Washington College - Gibson Center for the Arts - Tawes Theater
  • Contact: WC Department of Theatre & Dance
  • Email: theatredance@washcoll.edu
  • URL:  https://www.eventbrite.com/o/washington-college-department-of-theatre-and-dance-8344600158
  • Directed by Prof. LaRonika Thomas |  A Playwrighting SCE by Sophia Rooks ‘23

    Literature's first monster takes to the stage in a play adaption of the book, Grendel! This is a playwriting SCE that is about the antagonist of the classic book, Beowulf; in a prequel that gives insight into the character of Grendel. This adaptation will be focusing on the main character's own philosophies that constantly shift, and how nature and nurture can combat against each other. This SCE is also focused on themes of environmentalism, and how humans are constantly encroaching on other's environments.