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Festival of the Arts August 1

July 26, 2014
Times Observer

The Warren Festival of the Arts will present its 34th year at the Struthers Library Theatre in a show entitled "You've Been Framed" on Friday, Aug. 1, at 7:30 p.m. David Blank portrays the harried art curator with Belinda Brohn as his assistant. You will see famous artworks coming to life. In the meantime, some gangsters infiltrate the art gallery to "case the joint," planning to steal one of the paintings, perhaps the "Mona Lisa"? Music, dancing, singing, instrumentalists, dialogue and just plain fun ensue as the audience follows the gangsters throughout the evening. You will be enthralled with Studio K's version of "George Washington Crossing the Delaware"; Logan Johnson as "Little Boy Blue" singing "Where is Love" from Oliver; the 15-year-old pianist, Thomas Gaskin, with his version of Rachmaninoff"s "the Bells of Moscow"; Sarah Roney as "Christina's World" singing "Trees on the Mountain" from Carlisle Floyd's "Susannah"; l3-year-old Sadie Anderson, violinist, performing the first movement from Concerto #1 in G#m by Max Bruch, accompanied by Jack Hemink; "Statues" performed by Studio K; "The Prayer" sung by Carla Kayes and Brett Heintzman, and a monologue by Belinda Brohn. And, that's just the first half!



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