Frame and the Kickers are currently planning a mid-Atlantic tour this summer to promote the CD of their Firehouse show, but much sooner than that, the group will head to Greenwich Village in New York City to play at the legendary hotspot Cafe Wha? on Jan. 18.
The concert tomrrow begins at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 for adults and $18 for students and seniors. To purchase, call 978-462-7336 or online at www.firehouse.org.
‘Random Acts’ celebrates 10 years this weekend
The always popular, fun-filled evening “Random Acts” will celebrate its 10th birthday this year as more than 50 members of the theater gather at the Firehouse on Saturday night.
Presented by Writers and Actors INK, the evening consists of short plays written, cast, rehearsed and performed as staged readings in just 24 hours, or seven plays from the page to the stage courtesy of the writers and actors.
The playwrights begin tomorrow night when they are randomly paired and sent off to create the play, which has to be 10 minutes long, in just 12 hours. The finished plays are sent to directors and actors early the next morning to be randomly cast and rehearsed until the curtain goes up Saturday night.
The performance will begin at 8 p.m. Tickets are $15.
A cappella Night
at Pentucket High
Local high school singers will join an a cappella group from Berklee College of Music during the 9th annual A cappella Night at Pentucket High School Saturday.
Hosted by the Pentucket Arts Foundation and sponsored by Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation, the evening will feature the college headline group, Pitch Slapped, who impressed audiences in their appearance on NBC’s “The Sing-Off.” The Berklee College of Music students won the International Championship of Collegiate A cappella Award several times.
They will be joined by a cappella groups from Pentucket High School, Amesbury High School and St. John’s Prep who will perform a range of songs from classic oldies to contemporary arrangements.