WEEKEND BRIEFS — Folk-bluegrass trio to perform Saturday in Port Angeles . . . and other entertainment items
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PORT ANGELES — Good Machine, the folk-bluegrass trio of Hayden Pomeroy, Cole Gibson and Taylor Thomas-Price, will give a concert along with three more guest musicians at Easy Street Coffee & Tea House, 128 W. First St., this Saturday night [April 5].
Admission is free to the 6 p.m. gig, which also features San Francisco Bay Area troubadour Kenny Chung and local songsters Daniel & Tiffany Mathre.
All ages are welcome at Easy Street, where the phone number is 360-775-5041.
La Bohème en Rose
PORT TOWNSEND — The Metropolitan Opera's production of “La Boheme” will be transmitted live to the Rose Theatre, 235 Taylor St., this Saturday morning.
Puccini's story of young love, the most performed opera in Met history, arrives on the screen at 9:55 a.m. Saturday, and again for an encore at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Tickets to the 205-minute opera are $24 for adults, $22 for seniors 62 and older and $16 for children.
For details, see www.RoseTheatre.com or phone 360-385-1089.
'War Horse' in Port Townsend
PORT TOWNSEND — The National Theatre of London's production of “War Horse,” co-starring life-size equine figures by South Africa's Handspring Puppet Co., will screen at the Rose Theatre three times this month.
The theatrical hit, the story of a boy and his horse during World War I, will be shown at 11 a.m. this Sunday and on two Saturdays, April 12 and 19.
While it's not as costly as London, “War Horse” isn't inexpensive: Tickets are $20 for adults, $18 for seniors 62 and older and $16 for children.
For details about this and other Rose offerings, visit the movie house at 235 Taylor St., phone 360-385-1089 or visit www.RoseTheatre.com.
Storynight on tap
PORT TOWNSEND — First Friday Storynight is back at Better Living Through Coffee, 100 Tyler St., from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. tonight [April 4].
Join the Mythsinger Foundation, hostess Aimée Ringle and Bellingham's own bard, Harper Stone, for another evening of “spitfire, ants-in-your-dance stories.”
There is a suggested donation of $10, but no one will be turned away.
Ringle and Stone swap seats as teller and musical accompanist throughout the evening.
This monthly event explores the art and ritual of the oral tradition: sharing the old myths, folk tales and fairy tales along with more modern stories and personal sharings.
There is also an open-mic portion of the evening for audience members to share their short stories, songs, dances and poems.
For more information, phone 360-531-4395.
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Last modified: April 03. 2014 7:31PM