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Telling Stories @ Oil Lamp Theater
Friday, May 6 @ 8pm
Spend a hilarious evening as four local writers delight you with tender stories of love, loss and the magic of life. If you enjoy The Moth, and relish hearing stories that are told – this event is your cup of tea (or wine).
Hosted by WGN Radio personality, Jim Turano.
Stories Presented: Train of Thought by Lois Baer Barr; Old Guy in The Schropes’ Driveway by Coley Gallagher; Shopping for Love by Sally Schwartz; Fiona Mullens Borrowed My Sins The Placemat: A First Date by Mary Frances Schneider
Proof of vaccinations or negative tests are required
Masks are required, unless actively eating or drinking.
The Devon Sandridge Quartet
Saturday, May 7 @ 8pm
The Devon Sandridge Quartet is a music group that highlights the golden age of American music, the jazz era. The collaborative efforts of the musicians yield a rich sound steeped in tradition with an emphasis on telling a story with each song. The instrumental configuration of organ, guitar, and drums combine with the vocals to deliver a versatile sound to listeners that is rarely heard anymore. Along with an extensive jazz repertoire the quartet features blues, latin, and even some pop tunes of yesteryear to create a rich audience experience.
Seating Note: Watching from the audience OR listening from the lobby depends on the ticket you have. Ensure you get the experience you want by making sure you get the correct tickets during check out.
Proof of vaccinations or negative tests are required.
Masks are recommended.