Thursday, December 16, 2010

So this is Christmas...

It has been a huge year this year with shows, events, conferences, meetings, seminars and even weddings at The Oamaru Opera House (OoH). There are many more great events booked in for 2011 and with just over a week to go until The OoH is closed over the Christmas break, things are still all go. The ticket office is busy selling tickets for shows on the way in 2011. They include Last night of the Proms, Nick Jr's Dora The Explorer, Michael Jackson HIStory, Tower tutus on Tour, Party Girls, Steampunk Fashion Show and Steampunk Gala Ball, and NZSO Back to Bach. So If you want to get someone a TicketDirect ticket for Christmas make sure you do so before midday on Christmas eve, The OoH will then re-open on January the 10th. If you wish to buy tickets to TicketDirect events over the Christams / New Year period you can still pop into The Oamaru i-Site from 9am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 9.15am to 6pm Saturday and Sunday. From all of us here at The OoH...

Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year .

Friday, December 10, 2010

Aoraki Polytechnic Oamaru Campus Graduation

Wow! Over 250 people attending the graduation at the Oamaru Opera House last night. Congratulations to all who graduated, especially Viv Gamble our Administrator and Ron Harris and Wally Macaulay our Encore Staff.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Shows at The Oamaru Opera House in 2011




LAST NIGHT OF THE PROMS

Southern Sinfonia's Last Night of the Proms
The annual Last Night of the Proms in Dunedin and Oamaru will this year feature internationally-acclaimed Dunedin Soprano Anna Leese.
Although based on the British version, with the enthusiastic singing of
traditional Proms numbers by all, the Southern Sinfonia's version has a distinctive Otago flavour featuring our up-and-coming performing and composing stars of the future.
Under the baton of Wellington conductor Hamish McKeich, The Last Night of the Proms will be an evening of top-class entertainment and fun for all!

Venue:

Reserved Seating - The Whitestone Contracting Auditorium, The Oamaru Opera House, Thames Street, Oamaru.
More Information: Prices excluding service fees

Tickets:

Adult
Premium $48 A Reserve $46

Concession Senior 65+ Beneficiaries and Unwaged
Premium $40 A Reserve $36
Children to 16 years of age and Students with valid ID.
Premium $15 A Reserve $10


Eftpos available for Door Sales
Cash Bar operating
Please advise if you require wheelchair seating.

Entry forms for the Competition to Conduct the Orchestra at the Last Night of the Proms will be available for ticket purchasers at the OOH and Oamaru i-site. Programmes, flags and face painting will be on sale in the foyer before the concert. Taking photographs during any part of the performance is not permitted. The concert is expected to finish around 9.30 pm

Nick JR'S Dora The Explorer Live! Search for the City of Lost Toys


Dora the Explorer is embarking on an all-new LIVE musical adventure in NICK JR.'s DORA THE EXPLORER LIVE! SEARCH FOR THE CITY OF LOST TOYS.


Join Dora, Boots the monkey, Diego and their friends as they embark on an exciting journey through the number pyramid, the mixed-up jungle and more in search of Osito, Dora's missing teddy bear. This all-new show features well-known songs from t
he TV series as well as brand new songs created just for this stage spectacular.
Along the way the audience will use their map reading, counting, musical and language skills to successfully get Dora and friends to the City of Lost Toys.

All tickets $39.90 each plus service fees



Michael Jackson HIStory Show


DIRECT FROM LAS VEGAS THE WORLD'S #1 MICHAEL JACKSON IMPERSONATOR KENNY WIZZ AS MICHAEL JACKSON HIStory DOES REPEAT ITSELF & THIS IS IT LIVE IN CONCERT
and this world-class show is the ultimate tribute to Michael Jackson.

Celebrate the music, the magic and all the history! This is the closest you will ever get to seeing the King of Pop in concert...


Showtime Australia is excited to bring to the world, HISTORY - a spectacular tribute to the King of Pop - Michael Jackson. This sensational recreation of pop history will be on tour around the world in 2011 2012.

Head lining the show Direct from Las Vegas the world's # 1 Michael Jackson impersonator, Kenny Wizz - - will bring to the world audiences the chance to relive the legend. Together with a band of talented musicians, fully choreographed dancers, authentic costumes and amazing production HIStory is the recreation of what the fans want - a Michael Jackson concert! This musical biography will take you back to the Jackson 5 and then on a thrilling journey as hit after hit tells the story of one of the greatest pop icons the world has ever known.

HIStory features over twenty songs - all performed live by Kenny - including ABC, Ben, Smooth Criminal, Beat It and many, many more. Michael Jackson remains the undisputed King of Pop and one of the greatest stars of all time - HIStory celebrates his extraordinary talent and is a show you do not want to miss!

Tickets

$69 Adult plus service fees
$49 Child - 16 years and under plus service fees

Special 2: $64 Group Price - 6 or more (not available over the internet) plus service fees


Tower Tutus On Tour 2011

2011's TOWER Tutus on Tour is all about families. Featuring a new production of Pinocchio and a sparkling classical showpiece, it's the perfect ballet for young and old to enjoy together.

TOWER Tutus on Tour is our opportunity to share what we do with as many New Zealanders as possible. Every two years our company divides in half and one group heads south and the other north. Over the following six weeks, they're on the road performing in more than 40 towns and cities.


The ultimate 'tiki tour', Tutus sees the dancers performing in community theatres, town halls and school gymnasiums. Logistically it's a huge challenge - we take everything with us from washing machines to kettles - but we love it.


Verdi Variations


Choreography Greg Horsman

Music Giuseppe Verdi, I Vespri siciliani (Le Quattro stagioni)


Design Gary Harris


Lighting Nigel Percy

A classical ballet lover's dream come true, Verdi Variations promises to be a stunningly grand showpiece peppered with dramatic solos and dazzling duets, complete with exquisitely made tutus and tiaras.

With choreography and design by in-house
dream team Greg Horsman and Gary Harris, the piece pays homage to classical Russian ballet and its poise and grace. Verdi Variations will be breathtakingly beautiful.

Pinocchio

Choreography Toby Behan

Music Andre Messager, Les Deux Pigeons Design Julian Southgate

Lighting Nigel Percy

The antics of Pinocchio, Geppetto and friends come to life as the Royal New Zealand Ballet presents a fun, traditional story-ballet for the whole family. Written in 1883, the tale of Pinocchio - a wooden puppet who yearns to be a real boy - continues to be adored by children around the world.


As he stumbles his way through life, will he ever be able to realise his dream?

Follow Pinocchio on his exciting adventures as he encounters the evil Fox and Cat, Stromboll

More Information:

Reserved Seating Event In the Whitestone Contracting Auditorium, Oamaru Opera House
Eftpos available for Door Sales and venue Box Office.

Prices Excluding Services Fees


Adults
Premium - $43.00

A Reserve - $33.00

Child/Student - ID Required for all Students
Premium - $23.00
A Reserve - $13.00


Seniors


Premium - $38
A Reserve - $28


Friends of the Ballet - Available at the I-Site and Oamaru Opera House booking offices only
Premium - $38.00
A Reserve - $18.00

Cash bar available pre show and interval

Please advise if you require wheelchair seating.



Party Girls


Ben McDonald and The Interislander present the team that brought you Grumpy Old Women with the perfect present this Christmas...

Starring Geraldine Brophy, Pinky Agnew and Lyndee-jane Rutherford


Where is the voice of sensible womanhood? Where is the Party that reflects not just the grass roots and the flax roots, but the retouched roots, too? Who has their sleeves rolled up, and will wield the broom that will sweep New Zealand clean. Who will poke the big boys where it hurts? The answer is obvious and the intrepid three vow to bring their Grumpy wisdom to the Nation once again!

THE PARTY GIRLS are on the campaign trail near you!


Don't miss them!!!


There's only one way to survive 2011 - laugh!!!

All tickets $62.50 plus service fees


STEAMPUNK FASHION SHOW

Oamaru's Steampunk Fashion Show returns to charm and enthrall you.

Step back into a fascinating future. Victorian science fiction provides limitless opportunity for creative expression. This is more than a fashion parade; this is a show of dramatic, often mechanical costumerie with fully developed characters. What would a sky pirate, an interstellar barista or a steam powered housemaid wear and why? Swathed in the glory of Victorian style; leather, velvet and lace, waistcoats, corsets and tailcoats with a compuls

ory touch of scientific wonder these alter egos draw you into tomorrow as it used to be.


This is a community event with international appeal, where local creativity is celebrated and added to with a touch of the exotic. Come and experience authentically Victorian Oamaru. Be transported into a fantasy world at no better place than through the doors of the award winning Oamaru Opera House.

For more on steampunk in Oamaru www.steampunknz.co.nz

Venue: Oamaru Opera House, Oamaru

More Information:

Prices Excluding Services Fees.
Reserved Seating Event In the Whitestone Contracting Auditorium, Oamaru Opera House
Eftpos available for Door Sales and venue Box Office.

Tickets:
All Early Bird Tickets $28 plus service fees
Tickets purchased after 1 April $38 plus service fees

Cash bar available pre show and interval

Please advise if you require wheelchair seating.




Oamaru Steampunk Gala Ball

Oamaru's Steampunk Gala Ball follows the Oamaru Steampunk Fashion show, of course!

Let your imagination run wild and create a character from a Victorian science fiction story of your making. Mad scientist, intrepid explorer, or simple soldier of the extraordinary kind, gracious housekeeper, grand dame of the night or dancer extraordinaire, the choice is limitless. Whoever you are, dress the part, play the part, come, join the frenzy of fun to dance the night away in the heart of Victorian Oamaru, New Zealand's steampunk capital.


A sumptuous supper and live music of the steampunk kind are included. There will be story telling as we hear about the worlds of those attending, belly dancing and gentlemanly dueling and dancing; dancing, dancing, dancing.

For more on steampunk in Oamaru www.steampunknz.co.nz

Venue:

The Scottish Hall, Oamaru

Time: 7.30pm till late

Tickets $63.00
Cash bar, no Eftpos, no BYO, photo ID
Wheelchair access
TicketDirect service fee applies
Pick up option: Tickets will be available for pickup at The Oamaru Opera House till 4pm Friday 3rd June. All remaining un-collected tickets will be available to pick up from The Scottish Hall from 7pm on Sunday 5th June.




NZSO Soloists Back to Bach


The great flowering of music during the Baroque era inspired composers to seek sumptuous sounds and create melodies of pure delight. This concert offers a celebration of brilliance of their achievement.

Baroque composers particularly loved the oboe for it's melodic richness, Bach's D minor concerto for the instrument was written during his happy time with the court orchestra at Cothen. In the work now known as Air on a G String from the Suite No. 3, Bach created one of the most famous melodies of all time. For the Paris Opera, Rameau created music of luxurious opulence and dramatic excitement, and in his Volker Overture, Telemann draws inspiration from his insatiable curiosity for the melodies and dance music of different countries and folk traditions, here traversing Turkish, Swiss, Russian, Portuguese and French sources in a rich display of his vivacious worldly musical style.

NZSO SOLOISTS BACK TO BACH

Robert Orr - Oboe

TELEMANN - Volker Overture (Suite)

BACH - Oboe Concerto in D minor

RAMEAU - Zoroastre Suite

BACH – Air

Venue:

Oamaru Opera House, Oamaru

More Information:

Doors Open 30 mins prior to event.

The below prices exclude service fees.

A Res B Res C Res

Adult $55 $43 $31

Concession (i.e. seniors 65 plus) $50 $39 $28

Special 1 15% Group Discount (8 or more) Unwaged, Disabled $46 $36 $26

Special 2 NZSO Staff and Players, NZSO Alumni, Entertainment Book (2-4-1) $27.50 $21.50 $15.50

Child (up to and including high school age $15 $15 $15

30 and Under $26 $26 $26

NZSO_10 - $10 Off $45 $33 $21

NZSO_15 - $15 Off $40 $28 $16

Symphony_15 - 15% Discount $46 $36 $26

Symphony_10 - 10% Discount and 10% Sponsor Discount $49 $38 $27

30-For-30 $30 $30 $30

Family Package (1 adult and 2 children) $60 $20 a ticket

Family Package (2 adults and 2 children) $99 $24.75 a ticket

WHEELCHAIR AND COMPANION PACKAGE
The NZSO is offering disabled patrons the opportunity to bring a companion free of charge

Cash bar available pre show and interval.


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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Oamaru Victorian Heritage Celebrations Programme

Tickets are selling fast for the Oamaru Victorian Heritage Celebrations. Here is what is still to come...


Victorian Oamaru Passport Tour


Enjoy a guided tour along Harbour and Tyne Street, Victorian Oamaru and receive your own Victorian Oamaru Passport as a souvenir.
Roger Blackburn will take you on a journey through the history of the century old warehouses, and you can collect brass rubbings on the way and have your passport endorsed from the merchants in the area.
This is a great interactive tour for the whole family.
When: All this week at 10am and 2pm
Where: The 1882 Oamaru Cycle Works Shop


The Bush Cinderella

A jewel of a silent film from New Zealand's cinematic history accompanied by June Cameron on piano. No New Zealander Should Miss It!
A Triumph of Dominion Enterprise, Filled with the Familiar Sentiments, the Typical Humour, and the Glorious Scenery of God's Own Country.
Billed as New Zealand's first big modern drama The Bush Cinderella had its world premiere at the Strand Theatre, Auckland on Friday 24 August 1928. The Bush Cinderella was pioneer film maker Rudall Hayward's fourth feature and his last silent film. The plot involves the trials and tribulations of a poor family in the back blocks of New Zealand at the turn of the century.
Audiences of the 1920s were known to always respond to tried-and-true story lines, and, according to actor Tom McDermott, this one was no exception.
Local newspapers agreed with The Sun reporting "The Bush Cinderella is the most outstanding, in originality and theme and merit of any produced in New Zealand concluding that it could be sent abroad without a qualm."
When: 7:30 PM Wednesday, 17 November 2010
Where: O.D.T InkBox

Play and Soiree

A presentation by the Oamaru Repertory Society at their theatre in Itchen Street.
"Play and Soiree" - an amusing one act play, "Sheep Ahoy!", followed by a Soiree, a collection of theatrical gems and other frivolities.
The play Sheep Ahoy! by New Zealand playwright June Allen, centres around some sheep in the shearing shed, knitting and having the kind of conversation one would expect typical New Zealand sheep to have! The Soiree will be a mix of songs, ditties and poems befitting the Victorian/Edwardian era.
The Repertory theatre is situated in Itchen Street at the entrance to the Historic Precinct, the auditorium has comfortable seating and the society is always delighted to welcome patrons to the Green Room following a performance to meet the cast and have a drink and a chat.
When: All this week and ends Sunday
Where: Oamaru Repertory Theatre

Architectural Walk Oamaru

Conservation historian Helen Stead will take you for an enlightening walk through Harbour and Tyne Street pointing out the architectural beauties of these century - old warehouses. These warehouses were built on the boom of the meat and wheat industry during the 1870s, today these buildings have been converted to retail outlets. You can talk to some traditional retailers in this historic precinct, e.g. bookbinder, wool merchant and many others. .
This walking tour will interest and enlighten you with Helens vast knowledge of Oamaru's history and its stories of the people that lived here.
When: 2:00 PM Thursday, 18 November 2010
Where: Departs from Oamaru i-site, Oamaru

Whirimako Black

Whirimako Black is New Zealand's most acclaimed and prolific Maori language singer with six solo albums to her credit and further guest appearances on three other albums, all in the last six years.
In 2001 her first album Hinepukohurangi: Shrouded in the mist was independently released on Muscle Music and won the Best Maori Language Award at the 2001 NZ Music Awards.
In 2004 her third album Tangihaku became a finalist at the annual NZ Music Awards in 2004 and also won the maioha award at the 2004 APRA Silver Scroll awards and a Te Waka Toi Award for her contributions to contemporary Maori music.
In 2006 Whirimako Black received the New Zealand Order Of Merit for her services to Maori Music.
"Whirimako Black Sings" released in October 2007 featured a combination of standards performed in both Te Reo Maori and English and proved to be an instant hit with standing ovations at The Dreaming Festival in Australia, Nelson and Tauranga Jazz Festivals.
Her musical achievements include composing and singing the titles for the acclaimed Television New Zealand series, 'The New Zealand Wars', as well as composing with Hori Tait the initial title music for the Maori news programme, Te Karere. In 1991, she formed the female Maori band Tuahine Whakairo but left in 1993, to start a solo career.
Whirimako sings mostly in Te Reo Maori, uses traditional Maori musical forms and collaborates with traditional Taonga Puoro instruments.
Whirimako Black bears a striking traditional Maori female tattoo, or Ta Moko on her face, a cultural symbol of pride and beauty.
She was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the 2006 New Year Honours
When: 7:30 PM Thursday, 18 November 2010
Where: Oamaru Opera House, Oamaru

Domestic Goddess: A Postcard from Abroad

Domestic Goddess: A Postcard from Abroad IS NOW SOLD OUT!!!
When: 7:30 PM Thursday, 18 November 2010
Where: Early Settlers Hall, Severn Street, Oamaru

The Swaggers and Servants Dance

While the toffs sip tea and the swells chat politely, the swaggers and servants are downstairs, enjoying their own lusty, dusty revel. If a raucous romp is your idea of fun then join the rowdy roisterers at this nicely naughty knees-up with music from Fat Boy and Slim.
When: 8:00 PM Thursday, 18 November 2010
Where: Smiths Grain Store, Tyne Street, Oamaru


The Good Doctors little book and the art of insult in the 18th Century by Nigel Costley

Friday Breakfast:

The Good Doctor's little book and the art of insult in the 18th century by Nigel Costley This is the story of one of the most remarkable and influential books in English literature the 1755 Dictionary of the English Language by Samuel Johnson. It strikes us more of an encyclopedia or compendium of general knowledge: a broad-sweeping knowledge of one remarkable man's mind and times.
A rich harvest for the student of insults and abuse: very handy for dealing with telephone marketers and those awful people who use cell phones at the movies. Enlightening, informative and highly amusing.
A breakfast not to be missed!
When: 7:30 AM Friday, 19 November 2010
Where: Star and Garter Restaurant, Itchen Street, Oamaru

The Victorian Heritage Ball

This is the one the Queen would attend. And she would be amused!!! Of that you can be assured. Elegant folk need fear no affront at this most efficacious evening of decorous dancing and dignified discourse. Your dance card will undoubtedly be full and your appetite replete once you've savoured our supper.
Victorian gowns for the ladies and tails, dinner suits or military uniforms (medals optional) for the gentlemen.
When: 8:00 PM Friday, 19 November 2010
Where: Scottish Hall, Tyne Street, Oamaru


The Good Doctors little book and the art of insult in the 18th Century by Nigel Costley

Saturday Breakfast:

The Good Doctor's little book and the art of insult in the 18th century by Nigel Costley This is the story of one of the most remarkable and influential books in English literature the 1755 Dictionary of the English Language by Samuel Johnson. It strikes us more of an encyclopedia or compendium of general knowledge: a broad-sweeping knowledge of one remarkable man's mind and times.
A rich harvest for the student of insults and abuse: very handy for dealing with telephone marketers and those awful people who use cell phones at the movies. Enlightening, informative and highly amusing.
A breakfast not to be missed!
When: 8:30 AM Saturday, 20 November 2010
Where: Star and Garter Restaurant, Itchen Street, Oamaru

Maritime Meander

Maritime Meander A walking tour of our shipping past that comes alive with conservation historian Helen Stead as she leads you around the harbour and structures of Oamaru's port. Stories from yester-year about our frozen meat industry and other shipping stories in and around the Oamaru Harbour.
When: 9:30 AM Saturday, 20 November 2010
Where: Meet at Friendly Bay, Oamaru

Stained Glass Tour

All aboard the iconic Oamaru Double Decker Big Red Bus for a guided tour of three special stone buildings with magnificent stained glass windows. There will be an opportunity to view inside the churches to fully enjoy the spectacular stained glass windows built at the turn of the 19th century. Some special insights to our unique Oamaru history. .
A cup of tea will be provided at the Masonic Lodge at the end of the tour..
When: 1:00 PM Saturday, 20 November 2010
Where: Departs Jones Park, Oamaru

Sunset Promenade

Sunset Promenade Singing in the street, dancing in the dark.
A fun colourful event of song and dance performed for your enjoyment, join the performers on a journey that will take you down by seaside, tales on the trains, with ship-songs and stories.
A ride on the Oamaru Steam & Rail train that will take you from the Habourside Station to the Quarryside Siding near the famous Red Sheds.
A magical mystical event for the whole family to enjoy. .
When: 7:30 PM Saturday, 20 November 2010
Where: Departs Jones Park, Oamaru

Musical Jewels

A Victorian Variety Concert
Top class soloists from the Oamaru Operatic in a programme which ranges from Opera to Burlesque and from Dance to Gilbert & Sullivan.
Starring Eric Badcock, Richard Bowering, Sonya Creedy, Rosie Dwyer, Wendy Eckhardt and Malcolm Murray.
Full company and orchestra conducted by Doug Bell
When: 8:00 PM Saturday, 20 November 2010
Where: Oamaru Opera House, Oamaru

Headstones and Stories

A twilight trip through Oamaru's oldest cemetery; its many stories told to you by conservation historian Helen Stead.
All old cemeteries have a wealth of stories of famous and infamous locals from the turn of the century though to today, as well as every day people like you who also have sometime tragic or amusing history to share.
Helen will share with you stories that are sad, uncanny and even a murder stories. Hear about Janet Frame, one of New Zealand’s most famous authors. The first Mayor of Oamaru, and one of the first All Black's
When: 5:00 PM Sunday, 21 November 2010
Where: Departs Greta Street cemetery gate, Oamaru


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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Tim Beveridge at The Oamaru Opera House this Saturday night.

Music of the Night

Tim is thrilled to announce his return to Oamaru for a special one off concert, a wonderfully intimate evening of music from the star of "Les Miserables".
"Music of the Night" features highlights from Beveridge's career including songs from "The Phantom of the Opera" and "Les Miserables" as well as music from Beveridge's collaboration with American Music Legend Russ Garcia - conductor and arranger to the likes of Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald.
Beveridge will be joined on stage my some of his fellow cast members from "Les
Miserables", including Richard Bowering, Krissie McGeown and Meghan McCorkindale. "Beveridge's charisma and artistry put him head and shoulders above the rest." - Michael Church - Sunday Express (UK)
"He sings and tells stories with an ease that makes the stage his living room, with each one of the audience a guest." - Nelson Mail
"In terms of sheer relaxed vocal finesse New Zealander Tim Beveridge was peerless." -- David Benedict "The Singer" (UK)

Venue: The Whitestone Contracting Auditorium, The Oamaru Opera House, Oamaru
More Information:
All tickets $49.50 plus service fees

Reserved Seating Event In the Whitestone Contracting Auditorium, Oamaru Opera House
Eftpos available for Door Sales and venue Box Office.
Cash bar available pre show and interval
Tim's CD will be available for purchase on the night cash only.

Dont miss it!!

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Thursday, October 28, 2010

The Great Trash n Treasure Garage Sale November 14th

Sellers are busy pulling trash and treasure out of the cupboard and out of the bottom drawer and getting ready for the "Great Trash 'n' Treasure Garage Sale" Sunday November 14th at The Oamaru Opera House.

One seller: Pauline Webber will have a whole range of crafts and retro clothing on sale, and along with her sister, will also have a whole range of Christmas crafts too. “It will be a great day, and we’re really looking forward to it. It’s a fantastic lead up to the Oamaru Victorian Heritage celebrations. I just love it!” .

Other trash n treasure include bric a brac, jewellery, scarves and household items.

Pauline Webber getting ready


Stalls will be spread throughout the Oamaru Opera House and promises to be a treasure trove for the bargain hunter.

Registrations will close on Monday the 8th of November so be quick to secure your site.

The sale, in which anyone who has pre-registered can set up a stall, is one of the lead-up events to the Oamaru Victorian Heritage Celebrations and will spread throughout the Opera House. The Great Trash and Treasure Garage Sale will be held Sunday the 14th and is open to the public to grab themselves a bargain from 9am till 3pm.

Entry is free to buyers.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Oamaru Victorian Heritage Celebrations





Oamaru Victorian Heritage Celebrations tickets are on sale now!

Just follow this special link http://www.ticketdirect.co.nz/list_events.asp?a=12&id=723

There are more new shows on sale including Rebound Dance Out of the Box,



Tim Beveridge's Music of the Night



and a Movie Premiere on November 11th called The Nature of Courage.



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