Back by popular demand! Don White combines heartfelt, serious lyrics with side-splitting laughs to provide an evening not to be forgotten. This Massachusetts comedian/singer/songwriter/author is best-known in these parts for his radio gems, “Rascal,” “Psycho Mom and Dad” and “I Know What Love Is.” A Don White show promises to delight new audiences and devoted “repeat offender” fans, alike.
Christine Lavin’s alternately witty, comical and poignant songs have been earning glowing reviews for more than 35 years, starting in the 1980s with a string of albums that made her a folk-pop fan favorite. Christine performs concerts all over the US, Canada, and points beyond, and hosts knitting circles backstage prior to each show. Songs of hers have been performed by artists as diverse as Broadway stars Betty Buckley and Sutton Foster; cabaret diva, Andrea Marcovicci, and the college a cappella group, Dartmouth Decibelles.
Christine has recently added intermission tutorial activities — namely, teaching audience members how to fold cloth napkins in the Downton Abbey style.
Two longtime friends present an evening of hilarious interaction, contagious laughter, and irrepressible fun. Don’t miss it!