BLAINESWORLD #758, Section 12A (NC)

Noises Off
Put on by Mars Hill students
Directed by Bill Gregg

At Owen Theatre on the Mars Hill campus

April 7, 8, 9 at 7:30 PM and April 10 at 2:30 PM

Tickets $8.00 and $5.00 (Students). No reserve seats General admission only.

At the door or call (828) 689-1239

Mars Hill student productions never fail to delight. This promises to be a real winner. It’s a comedy that will have you laughing througout the performance!


Classicopia Concert Series Presents – Spring Song

Katherine Sandoval Taylor, soprano. Accompanied by Daniel Weiser

* Friday, April 8, White Horse Music Hall in Black Mountain, 7:00pm tickets $15 at the door or online:


* Saturday, April 9, First Congregational Church in Asheville, 20 Oak Street, 7:30pm tickets $15 at the door.

Katherine will be singing Opera, Classical, & Musical Theatre selections.

NOTE: Katie played the role of Anne Egerman in SART’s production last year of “A Little Night Music.” She was fantastic!


Please do come see Cynthia perform as part of a production called HAND ME DOWN at the Diana Wortham Theatre this coming April 15 and 16 . . . get tickets, send an email to and put HAND ME DOWN in subject line . . . for more information, please click:


The ever dynamic Joan Atwood is VOGUE fashion editor,
Diana Vreeland in the comedy drama, FULL GALLOP
at ACT’s 35 below black box theatre

Directed by Jerry Crouch (another longtime SART friend)
Stage Managed by Susan Maley
Featuring Emma Stoneberg

April 7 – 30: Thursdays, Fridays
and Saturdays at 7:30 pm
Call 254-1320 for tickets!

Joan Atwood as Diana Vreeland is a delicious and empathetic ode to excess and eccentricity as she bounces about the stage in a virtual “one woman show” for 43 pages of delicious witty dialogue. To set the mood for her one-woman play, Full Gallop director Jerry Crouch has espoused Vreeland’s dictum that “Red is a great clarifier–it makes everything else look good” and set ACT’s 35 below stage ablaze with bright red floral chintzes, plaids and walls that wrap themselves around the intimate cabaret setting – complete with framed vintage Vogue magazine covers. DON’T MISS THIS FABULOUS PRODUCTION!!!


Unit 50 @ AllStars Sports Bar & Grill
Saturday, April 16 at 9:00pm – April 17 at 1:30am
2186 Hendersonville Road, Arden, NC

Come down to Arden Saturday night the 16th to rock the house with Unit 50! This will be our first visit to the new Allstars location.


A Concert with Musical Storyteller – Kaleo Wheeler

Saturday, April 16 · 7:30pm – 9:00pm
Healthy Balance Yoga
104 Palmer Street, Tryon, NC
Created By
Kaleo Wheeler

More Info
Covering a range of different song styles and sometimes accompanying herself on a small harp or sharing a dance, Kaleo has been performing and sharing her stories and Positive Music for over 30 years. Her rich and warm voice escorts the listener on a musical odyssey, whose soothing yet powerful message is in helping them to remember to connect to their heart. Her concerts create an atmosphere in which the audience can experience and participate in an evening of music, stories and laughter, and sometimes poignant memories – creating a deeper sense of community for everyone there.

“Kaleo has the most soul-touching power with her music and songs…like being wrapped up in a warm blanket and held by tender arms.”

doors open at 7pm; tickets $8

For more info or to reserve a seat, call: 828-859-8393; toll free: 866-581-4843.

To listen to samples of Kaleo’s music, visit:

To listen to samples of Kaleo’s music, visit:


Your truly will next be presenting on Monday, April 18
Time: 4-5 p.m.
Location: Montreat College Asheville Campus, 330 Ridgefield Ct (Room 105), Asheville, NC

Topic: Positioning: How to differentiate yourself from the competition. One lucky attendee will have a chance to win $500; in addition, you’ll learn the difference between a left- and right-handed pencil.

If you’d like to attend as my guest, send an email to: and put APRIL 18 in subject line.


Doug Hauschild, my friend and optometrist, is performing in: Arsenic and Old Lace

Poison by Elderberry Wine has never been so fun

By Joseph Kesselring
April 22 – May 1, 2011
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m.; Sundays at 2:30 p.m. A delightful comic concoction which mimics the cozy charm and ingenious plotting of an Agatha Christie whodunit. This classic Broadway hit introduces the sweet, elderly Brewster sisters, their nut-bag nephew Teddy (who believes himself to be Teddy Roosevelt) and their drama critic nephew Mortimer, who discovers his maiden aunts’ well-known charity work now extends to the compassionate poisoning of sad, lonely old men with glasses of arsenic-spiked Elderberry Wine.

To order tickets, please click:


April 26 and the last Tuesday of each month for the Magnetic Field Improv. NEW TIME 7:30 PM only $5-$7

The price is an unbelievably low $7, and you can get in for $5 if you bring a silly object (you get it back).
If you come up with a great name, for the group, that they use, you can get in for free FOREVER.

For more information, please click:

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