Talented musicians will face off for a chance to perform on Britt’s main stage as an opening act. The third annual ‘rising stars competition’ begins Saturday. It showcases musicians throughout the Rogue Valley.
You’re invited to attend the competition rounds and then, for 2 dollars, you get to vote on your favorite acts. The competition runs each Saturday in February.
This Saturday, it’s 5 to 10 p.m. at south stage cellars tasting room in Jacksonville. Proceeds benefit the music education programs of the Britt Institute.
Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple”, but this time with a twist: it’s the female version. The play begins with a group of female friends at game night, when two of them – both recent divorcees – decide to move in together.
The problem? One is a slob, the other is a stickler for detail, and that sets the stage for a hilarious chain of events.
“The Odd Couple” is playing through February 9th at Randall Theatre. Reserved tickets are 15 dollars in advance or “pay what you want” at the door for remaining seats 30 minutes before show time.
Dancers, musicians and vocalists are coming together in feet don’t fail me now.
Originally an underground dance phenomenon, rhythmic circus is gathering accolades in city after city for its high-spirited humor, beat-boxing brass and blazing footwork.
You can catch it at the Craterian Theater on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Adult tickets run from 36 to 42 dollars. Tickets for anyone under 18 run from 26 to 32 dollars.
On Sunday, you can dust off your Lego building skills. It’s all part of a Lego class held by the Ashland Branch Library. It’s happening from 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. children ages five years old and up are invited to attend.