The Liberty Bell Drama Company presents “Cry Baby,” a musical based on the 1990 John Waters film with the same name. The musical focuses on Baltimore teenager Allison Vernon-Williams, who is drawn across the tracks from her 1954 finishing-school background into a relationship with the orphaned Wade “Cry-Baby” Walker, the leader of a pack of rebel outcasts.… [Read More]
Event articles and listings below are generously provided by Methow Arts Alliance, a non-profit organization located in Twisp, WA.
SATURDAYS IN TWISP
Dine, shop, explore, play, stay. Twisp.
Every Saturday join Twisp in a variety of experiences to see, feel, taste and explore Twisp's real character. Twisp, WA. IT'S REAL.
May 18-21, 2017
Fri, May 19 and Fri, Jun 9, 6:30pm, 2017
Join Confluence Gallery for two intimate World Music and Dance performances at Confluence Gallery this spring. Friday, May 19th brings Eric & Encarnación of Seattle Flamenco for an evening of Flamenco Passion and Soul! Internationally touring artists Eric and Encarnación offer the traditional Andulsian art form of Flamenco, weaving rhythm and melody to bring state of… [Read More]
Fri-Sat, May 26-27, 2017, 7pm
Words That Burn is a dramatization of the WWII experiences of conscientious-objector William Stafford, Japanese-American internee Lawson Inada, and East Los Angeles Marine Guy Gabaldón in their own words. In partnership with the Merc, playwright Cindy Williams Gutierrez will bring the Portland cast to Twisp for these two public performances as well as a special student matinee for… [Read More]
Opening Reception, May 27, 4-8pm. Exhibit: Sat, May 27-June 27, 2017
Confluence presents ELEMENTAL SCULPTURE in the Main Gallery featuring sculptural works in steel, stone, clay and more. Caryl Campbell’s “Extinction” in the Community Gallery presents oil paintings that are an investigation of a paradox; the wondrous beauty of the natural world coupled with the wonton disregard for the individual life form. DATE: Opening Reception, May… [Read More]
May 30, 7-8:30pm, 2017
Methow Conservancy Monthly Program May 30th, 7:00-8:30pm, free, at the Merc Playhouse “River Restoration: Comparing the Elwha and Methow Rivers” Award-winning Bureau of Reclamation engineer Jennifer Bountry, the 2017 “Federal Engineer of the Year,” will share an in-depth look at the natural and engineered work of river restorations, both in the Methow and on the… [Read More]
Tues, July 4, 11:30-3:30pm, 2017
30TH ANNUAL METHOW ARTS FEST TICKETS ONLINE HERE FEATURING GANSANGO DANCE AND MUSIC, NAOMI WACHIRA, HOODOO MARIMBA, AERIAL ARTS WITH SARAH PROCHNAU, 3 PIE-EATING CONTESTS! BEER GARDEN, OVER A DOZEN HANDS-ON ART BOOTHS, LOCAL FOOD. Held in the Twisp River Park and starting just after the Independence Day Parade through Twisp, the festival offers something for… [Read More]
July 27-Aug 6, 2017
“We like to include flavors beyond strings and piano, and to have more sounds on the palate,” said Kevin Krentz, artistic director of the Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival. This summer, the audience will have a unique opportunity to get a completely new taste when the festival features Jianbing Hu, China’s premier player of the… [Read More]
Mon-Fri, Aug 7-11, 10am-4pm, 2017
The Tom Zbyszewski Children’s Theater This summer, with support from The Methow Valley Fund, The Merc Playhouse is pleased to bring back Megan Hicks and Kathryn Stahl for Musical Theater Camp. Young actors improve their singing, dancing, and acting skills while being a part of a musical theater production. All campers get a part in… [Read More]
July 27-Aug 6, 2017
By Tom Stoppard Directed by Ki Gottberg A sly and smart spoof of Agatha Christie-style English Parlor Murder Mysteries, The Real Inspector Hound begins with a murder already committed, and more are to come! Written by Tom Stoppard (also known for Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead) this clever show hosts a play within a play… [Read More]
Apr 8, 2017
SAVE THE DATE! The first concert in Cascadia Music’ 2017-2018 Season features French guitarist Pierre Bensusan in a solo performance. He has been touring the world for the past 40 years. Born in Oran, French-Algeria,Pierre Bensusan’s family moved to Paris when he was 4. He began formal studies on piano at the age of 7… [Read More]
Check back each week for an itinerary and read up on individual events below.