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November 16, 2017 - January 28, 2018
Many of Rockwell’s depictions of the holidays are inspired by the work of Charles Dickens, which he read as a child with his family. In addition to Christmas covers for The Saturday Evening Post and other periodicals of the day, family gatherings were forever frozen in time in the artist’s many advertisements and Hallmark greeting cards. Norman Rockwell’s Spirit of the Holidays shows how the artist’s paintings and drawings inspired feelings of warmth and good cheer for generations to come. Both floors of the Stanley Gallery will be filled with Rockwell's memorable images reflecting the spirit of the season.
January 20, 2018, 11:00 AM
Eulenspiegel Puppet Theatre continues its West Liberty performing season with a favorite show, THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF WILLY THE WOOLLY. Saturday, Jan. 20, 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM, at the New Strand Theatre, 111 E. Third, West Liberty.
Tickets are $5.00 each. Ask about our group prices for groups of ten or more!
Monica Leo’s original script was written under the guidance of renowned Canadian puppeteer/playwright Luman Coad. The whimsical music was composed and is performed by Ron Hillis. The story follows Willy, the young woolly mammoth, and his friend Bonny the Bunny as they overcome the dangers of sinkholes and saber tooth tigers with the help of their friends Cornelia and Crow. The production features tabletop marionettes, rod puppets, and shadow puppets along with live music and sound effects. It ends with an interactive demonstration using audience members as puppeteers.