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Fall 2010 Events

September • October • November • December

Unless noted otherwise, call the Playhouse at the number above for additional information.

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September

Thursday September 2

Cartoons at 6:45 pm

Movie at 7:00 pm

Concessions will be available for a nominal fee.

Saturday Night Fever       

The HarborLight Movie Series, in conjunction with the Arts Council of White Lake and the White Lake Community Library, presents the 1977 film that seemed to ignite the disco craze, Saturday Night Fever, starring John Travolta.

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Friday September 3

General Admssion Tickets: $10

Breathe Owl Breathe and the Photographers

Breathe Owl Breathe present Magic Central

Breathe Owl BreatheBreathe Owl Breathe is comprised of Micah Middaugh (guitar, vocals), Andréa Moreno-Beals (cello, vocals) and Trevor Hobbs (percussion). This Michigan trio have a knack for wrapping universal emotions in childlike language. Check out their website to learn more.

Photographers

PhotographersMaren Hoopfer and John Hanson are "Photographers"; and yes, both of them are actually photographers. They have been playing music together since 2008 and released their first album in 2009. Hailing from Traverse City, they enjoy riding their bikes everywhere and love to garden and promote local food culture. Their other-worldly instrumentation includes guitar, ukulele, banjo, clarinet, glockenspiel and vibraphone, while both their voices whirl in harmony. The two returned to Michigan early this spring from a European tour playing performances in the United Kingdom and Germany. Listen to their music and view their visual arts at either Cashmere Clubhouse or their MySpace page.

This First Friday event was made possible through the generosity of the Olson Family Foundation

Saturday September 11

7:30 pm

General Admission Tickets:
$10 adults
$5 students

For ticket information call: 231.739.6269 616.842.7089

Barbershop Bee logoWest Shore Chorus Sweet Adelines

Join us for some great barbershop singing featuring The West Shore Chorus, The Singing Angels (quartet of young ladies, ages 8 to 12), and the Top Notch Quartet.

October

Friday October 1

General Admssion Tickets: $10

Some Velvet Evening

Some Velvet EveningThis honky tonk vocal duo is dedicated to exploring humanity's everlasting fragility. The sultry songstress of swoon, Carrie Shepard, and that smilin' dutch cowboy, John Holk, specialize in close harmony as practiced by the great high lonesome crooners of yesteryear.

This First Friday event was made possible through the generosity of the Olson Family Foundation

This event is part of AH Fest!, the Arts & Humanities Festival of Muskegon County

Thursday October 7

Cartoons at 6:45 pm

Movie at 7:00 pm

Concessions will be available for a nominal fee.

True Grit       

The HarborLight Movie Series, in conjunction with the Arts Council of White Lake and the White Lake Community Library, presents John Wayne in his Oscar-winning role in True Grit.

This event is part of AH Fest!, the Arts & Humanities Festival of Muskegon County

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November

Thursday November 4

Cartoons at 6:45 pm

Movie at 7:00 pm

Concessions will be available for a nominal fee.

A Knight's Tale

The HarborLight Movie Series, in conjunction with the Arts Council of White Lake, presents Heath Ledger in the 2001 film A Knight's Tale.

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Friday November 5

General Admssion Tickets: $10

Come Meet the New Playhouse Manager

Red Sea Pedestrians

Red Sea PedestriansThe Red Sea Pedestrians are a one-of-a-kind, full-blown, instrument-swapping fusion between tradition and the here-and-now. We're talkin' high-energy world-beat grooves, hypnotic laments from the earth, songs of celebration and wonder: a warped and beautiful blend of Klezmer, Greek, Gypsy, Celtic, Jazz and American Roots, all filtered through the band's original vision.

The Turnips

The Turnips are an eclectic roots rock band which has been molded and shaped from the Local Michigan Folk Scene. Featuring the songwriting of Joey Artibee, a Whitehall native who has been traveling Michigan for several years playing and writing, the Turnips bridge the gap between folk-rock and delta blues with a fine array of vintage instruments and soaring harmonies. This group is sure to please any age group with their originality and their one of a kind stage-presence.

This First Friday event was made possible through the generosity of the Olson Family Foundation, Utopian Marketplace, White Swan Inn, and A Finch Nest.

December

Thursday December 2

Cartoons at 6:45 pm

Movie at 7:00 pm

Concessions will be available for a nominal fee.

From Here to Eternity       

The HarborLight Movie Series, in conjunction with the Arts Council of White Lake, presents the 1953 classic film From Here to Eternity. Based upon the James Jones novel, and starring Burt Lancaster and Frank Sinatra, the film won 8 Oscars.

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