The show is written and performed by Poulin, directed by David Kate, with story editing and set design by Gordon Carlisle.
Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door. For reservations and Information, call 978-837-5355 or visit www.merrimack.edu/rogerscenter.
A visiting treat for classical concert
A free classical concert scheduled this Sunday in Lawrence will feature two well-known classical musicians and a traveling composer.
Making the concert unique will be that Jim Centorino, whose compositions will be performed, will travel from California to hear just 13 minutes of his music, according to Terri Kelley, a co-orchestrator of the event. Centorino’s music will be performed by pianist Lisa Caliri and cellist Joel Moerschel.
“Each concert in the series has a unique feature, and for this concert it is introducing a touch of New Age-classical music by Jim Centorino along with the great masters,” Kelley said. “Much of contemporary music is strident and/or dissonant, but Jim’s music is a return to a more classical style — simply beautiful, balanced, peaceful music of the classical period, 1750 to 1820.”
The concert is at 2 p.m. at Lawrence Public Library, 51 Lawrence St. It is part of an ongoing series orchestrated by Terri and George Kelley of Andover. The performance is funded by the Catherine McCarthy Memorial Trust Fund in Andover and will last about an hour. A reception will follow.
`Balsam and Bling’ with Andover Garden Club
Lecturer, floral designer and raconteur Bill Graham will present “Balsam and Bling,” a unique program presented by the Andover Garden Club, on Tuesday, Nov. 5, at 10 a.m. at South Church, 41 Central St., Andover.
The program promises to delight, dazzle and inspire club members and their guests for the upcoming holidays. It will showcase holiday floral designs that complement interesting fashion accessories and are flavored with visions of Coco Chanel.