Upcoming Events

GET TICKETS: Virtual MasquerAid 2021
February 27, 2021
Fabulous Raffle Packages! Door Prizes! New Orleans Cuisine! Dinner boxes will be available for pick-up prior to the show. (Proceeds will be split with the American Legion Post 47) Dinner and Virtual Show: $35 Show Only: $10. Don't Miss It!
GET TICKETS: Iona: An Evening of Celtic Song & Dance
March 12, 2021
Opera House
IONA's music is a unique, acoustic weave of the traditional music of Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany (France), the Isle of Man, Asturies and Galicia (Spain), as well as their transplants in America. Blending songs, dance tunes, and aires into a rich and stunning tapestry, their style is outstanding in an arena where these traditions are seldom intertwined.
GET TICKETS: Paddy’s Green Shamrock Shore: Songs & Stories from Ireland Past & Present featuring Feargal King
March 17, 2021
Opera House
'Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore: Songs & Stories from Ireland Past & Present' presents a mix of well known Irish ballads old and new, set in the context of the colorful history and stories that brought them into being. Come and "get your Irish on!"
GET TICKETS: Atomic Light Orchestra (ALO)
March 20, 2021
The State Theater
Six talented musicians doing the work of 13. ALO faithfully performs the music of ELO and The Traveling Wilburys. You will be reminded of the beauty of these melodies written by Jeff Lynne. Don’t miss Atomic Light Orchestra! THIS EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE STATE THEATER
GET TICKETS: Historical Re-enactment: Rachel Carson-Mother of the Modern Environmental Movement
April 21, 2021
Opera House
Rachel Carson ignited the modern environmental movement after a challenging childhood in Pennsylvania during the Great Depression, followed by her graduate study at Johns Hopkins University. Her three books about the sea, including Silent Spring, catapulted this shy scientist into the limelight where chemical industries attacked her findings about DDT and President Kennedy’s committee validated her findings. This performance highlights Carson’s research, personal life and legacy, which we still enjoy today along the Chesapeake Bay.