News and Tribune

Clark County

January 16, 2014

TOP 5 THINGS TO DO: Check here for your weekend fun ideas

‘Escanaba in da Moonlight’

When: Friday [8 p.m.], Saturday [8 p.m.]; Sunday [2 p.m.]; also Jan. 23-25

Where: Clarksville Little Theatre, 301 E. Montgomery Ave., Clarksville

Cost: adults ages 19 to 59, $17; seniors, ages 60-plus, $14; teens, ages 13 to 19, $14; children, ages 6 to 12, $10; children under 6, who will sit on a lap and do not require a separate seat, free.

The show tells the story of when the Soady clan reunites for the opening day of deer season at the family’s Upper Peninsula camp; 35-year-old Reuben Soady brings with him the infamous reputation of being the oldest Soady in the history of the Soadys never to bag a buck. In a hunting story to beat all hunting stories, “Escanaba in da Moonlight” spins a hilarious tale of humor, horror and heart as Reuben goes to any and all lengths to remove himself from the wrong end of the family record book. For information or reservations call 812-283-6522. []

‘Spring Awakening’ presented by Kids Acting Against Cancer

When: Friday and Saturday [8 p.m.]; Sunday [2 p.m.]; also Jan. 20, 24-26

Where: Kentucky Center, MeX Theater, 501 Main St., Louisville

Cost: $18

Winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, “Spring Awakening” sets Frank Wedekind’s original 1891 expressionist play to a moving score of indie, folk, punk-rock and alternative music by Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater. In 19th century Germany, the beautiful young Wendla explores her body and asks her mother where babies come from. Elsewhere, the brilliant and fearless young Melchior attempts to educate his friend Moritz — a boy so traumatized by puberty he can’t concentrate on anything. One afternoon in the woods, Wendla and Melchior discover within themselves a desire unlike anything they’ve ever felt. Through the struggles of Melchior, Wendla, Moritz, and the rest of the students, Spring Awakening explores the confusion and desperation that ensue when the onrushing tide of hormones meets the ignorance of children in a repressed society. All of the profits from Kids Acting Against Cancer’s Spring Awakening will be donated to help provide the oncology ward of Kosair Children’s Hospital with both medical equipment and amenities to help the children feel more comfortable as they undergo inpatient treatment. []

Harlem Globetrotters

When: 2 p.m., 7 p.m. Saturday

Where: KFC Yum! Center, 1 Arena Plaza, Louisville

Cost: $113; $69; $51; $43; $33; $26

America’s favorite family show is coming to KFC Yum! Center when the Harlem Globetrotters take fan participation to the extreme by letting fans decide which new Globetrotter rule they’ll add to the game like 6-on-5 or the Trick Shot Challenge. Experience hours of fun for kids, grandparents and everyone in between. []

Penny Sisto exhibit

When: Opening reception at the Parish House at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 2:30 to 5 p.m. Sunday; exhibit runs at the Parish House every Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to noon through Feb. 14

Where: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1015 E. Main St., New Albany

Cost: Free

“Art as Healer” is the theme of the third exhibit in St. Paul’s Sacred Art Series. A new exhibit featuring new work by celebrated local artist, Penny Sisto. The title of the show is “Art as Healer.” As part of the reception, Penny will be giving a gallery talk telling the story behind each displayed artwork and describing its impact on her. Everybody loves to be told a story. A life of self-expression through art enables artists to rise above personal circumstances, and in doing so, they help the viewers of their art to experience renewed hope, healing and a deepening of their own spirituality. From a childhood on the Orkney Islands off the northern tip of Scotland, by way of Africa and a commune in the Sierra Foothills of California, Penny has gathered scraps of life and fabrics, weaving them into story-telling quilts. She and her jazz musician husband Dick Sisto have lived in a small cabin they built in the woods of Floyds Knobs for over twenty years. For more information, contact the parish office at 812-944-0413.

Empty Bowls

When: 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday

Where: Activity Center at Providence High School, 707 Providence Way, Clarksville

Cost: Suggested donation of $15 per bowl

The Providence High School Art Club created hundreds of ceramic bowls to be taken home for the suggested donation of $15 per bowl. In exchange, enjoy a simple meal of soup and bread. Keep the handmade, ceramic bowl as a reminder that every day there are bowls that remain empty, and hunger persists. Some of the art students created multiple bowls to contribute to the project. They also earn service hours that they need to graduate. All proceeds go toward fighting hunger in Southern Indiana.

Text Only | Photo Reprints

Easter 2014 photos

Click on any photo to purchase it.

Twitter Updates
Follow us on twitter
Hyperlocal Search
Premier Guide
Find a business

Walking Fingers
Maps, Menus, Store hours, Coupons, and more...
Premier Guide
AP Video
'Modern Family' Star on Gay Athletes Coming Out MN Twins Debut Beer Vending Machine DA: Pa. Doctor Fired Back at Hospital Gunman Raw: Iowa Police Dash Cam Shows Wild Chase Obama Seeks Limits on US Company Mergers Abroad Large Family to Share NJ Lottery Winnings U.S. Flights to Israel Resume After Ban Lifted Official: Air Algerie Flight 'probably Crashed' TSA Administrator on Politics and Flight Bans Raw: National Guard Helps Battle WA Wildfires Raw: Ukraine's Donetsk Residents Flee Senators Push to End Hamas Threat in Cease-Fire A Young Victim's Premonition, Hug Before MH17 Raw: Deadly Storm Hits Virginia Campground Death Penalty Expert: 'This is a Turning Point' Raw: MH17 Victim's Bodies Arrive in Netherlands Raw: Families Travel to Taiwan Plane Crash Site Arizona Execution Takes Almost Two Hours Crash Kills Teen Pilot Seeking World Record
2013 Photos of the year

Take a look at our most memorable photos from 2013.