Arts & Entertainment in brief 7/25


Elma

Advance purchase fair ride wristbands

The Grays Harbor County Fair is just a couple weeks away, starting Wednesday, Aug. 7 and running through Sunday, Aug. 11.

Carnival ride wristbands are available every day of the fair, which means that for just $25, you can ride unlimited rides any one-day of the Grays Harbor County Fair.

But even better, Davis Shows NW is offering advanced purchase of carnival ride wristbands for just $21.

Wristbands can be purchased at any Anchor Bank in Grays Harbor County and at the Grays Harbor County Fairgrounds.

Carnival ride wristbands do not include fair admission.

Rides will operate from noon to closing, Wednesday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. During the Fair, wristbands are available at the Carnival Lot.

For more information, call the fair office at 360-482-2651 or check out our website at www.ghcfairgrounds.com.

Elma

Clay Walker fair concert tickets

Clay Walker will perform on the opening day of the Grays Harbor County Fair, Aug. 7. Concert tickets are on sale now.

Tickets are $30 per and include fair admission.

For more information or to purchase, please contact the Grays Harbor County Fair and Event Center at 360-482-2651 or stop by the fair office located at 32 Elma-McCleary Rd.

Aberdeen

Driftwood announces 2013-2014 season

The Driftwood Players of Aberdeen have announced their 2013-2014 season schedule.

The season opens in September with “The Rocky Horror Show,” made famous by the 1970s motion picture, from Sept. 14 through Oct. 6, including a midnight performance on Sept. 28 in addition to that night’s regularly scheduled show.

For the holidays, “A 1940’s Radio Christmas Carol” begins on Nov. 23 and runs through Dec. 15.

After the New Year,“Full Frontal Nudity,” a Jerry Rabushka comedy about a community theater trying to bring in larger audiences with wild rumors, begins on Valentine’s Day 2014 and runs through March 2.

The Tennessee Williams classic “The Glass Menagerie” opens April 26, 2014, and runs through May 18.

The season concludes with “Loss, Love and What I Wore,” a series of monologues on women’s relationships, wardrobes and, at times, the interaction of the two runs through July 26.

Tickets for the upcoming shows are $15 and will be available online starting in August. Go to www.aberdeendriftwood.com and print out your ticket. Season ticket packages (four or five shows) are also available online.

Tickets can also be purchased at Valu Drug in Montesano, Harbor Drug in Hoquiam, Delores’ and Fay’s in Ocean Shores, Top Foods and City Center Drug in Aberdeen.

Aberdeen

Driftwood presents “Shakespeare — abridged”

Three actors bring 37 of William Shakespeare’s plays to life in just 97 minutes. Pop culture, history and good intentions collide to provide an evening of Shakespeare that is neither dry nor boring. Fast-paced, witty and physical, it’s full of laughter for Shakespeare lovers and haters alike.

Directed by Steven Puvogel, the last performance dates are:

• Friday, Saturday: July 26, 27

Curtain time for all shows is 7:30 p.m. There is no Sunday matinee for this production.

Tickets are $13 and are available at Valu Drug in Montesano, Top Foods and City Center Drug in Aberdeen, Harbor Drug in Hoquiam and Delores’ and Fay’s in Ocean Shores.

Hoquiam

Photography at Six Rivers Gallery

Six Rivers Gallery in Hoquiam, operated by Harbor Art Guild, is featuring the work of award-winning photographer Stuart May from July 5 through Aug. 4.

Owner of Fusions Gallery in Ocean Shores, Stuart May creates photographs of birds, old-growth forests, and ocean beaches that are breathtaking.

Large canvas prints are Stuart’s specialty. Some of his work is done in film and silver gelatin printing, but most of his work is now digital photography processes.

Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Stuart is a board member of Associated Arts of Ocean Shores.

His snowy owl photo is featured on the cover of the 2013 Grays Harbor County Visitors Guide book.

Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday.

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