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Holiday Concert by the Lancaster Community Band, with a variety of
both old and new seasonal music. The band is under the direction of
A celebration of Native American cultures, this event brings together representatives from almost 50 tribes and more than 200 dancers. The annual two-day powwow also features several Native nations’ musicians, drummers and flutists, traditional crafts and jewelry, children’s activities, artisans, food vendors, and more. The Grand Entry Parade, held each day atnoon, is a must-see!
A cascade of comedy and a solid hit on Broadway, this madcap family vacation takes place in the 60’s in an unnamed European country behind the Iron Curtain. An American tourist, a caterer by trade, and his wife and daughter rush into the American embassy two steps ahead of the police who suspect them of being spies for accidentally taking pictures in a high security area. The embassy is not much of a refuge, for the ambassador is absent and his incompetent son is now in charge. As the Hollander family find themselves caught up in an episode of international intrigue, comedic chaos erupts as they frantically plot their escape and the ambassador’s son and caterer’s daughter frantically fall in love.
A small string orchestra to accompany mostly classical music. For more information, email email@example.com .
Based on T. S. Eliot’s whimsical collection of poems, Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s popular musical brings together a tribe of Jellicle cats on a moonlit evening, who must make the “Jellicle choice” to decide which of them will ascend to the mysterious Heaviside Layer to be reborn. Featuring such celebrated standards as the haunting “Memory,” Cats was an international phenomenon and its original production is still the fourth-longest-running show on Broadway, with a new revival that opened in summer 2016. A magical, moving, and often hilarious glimpse into the lives of others, Cats takes Eliot’s lyrical poetry and puts it into the mouths of a diverse company of singing, dancing felines.”