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Lubber Run To Host Trio Of Shows This Weekend

by Aaron Kraut July 26, 2012 at 3:45 pm 2,559 6 Comments

The Lubber Run Amphitheater will host a trio of events this weekend, including a Shakespeare play and a Hawaiian music and hula concert.

Lubber Run’s summer series of free outdoor shows will offer a change of pace with Traveling Players Ensemble’s performance of Shakespeare’s “As You Like It,” at 8 p.m. on Friday, July 27.

The series, which typically features local music acts, will welcome Baltimore-based band The Project, on Saturday.

From a Lubber Run Amphitheater Foundation press release:

 Selected as a “Summer School in the Arts” by the NEA, Traveling Players Ensemble is a professional theater company dedicated to bringing great theater into the great outdoors through a thriving summer camp and year-round acting classes and workshops

The Project will play at 8 p.m. on Saturday, July 28. Also from the release:

Baltimore musicians Bob Goldberg (lead vocals and guitar), Eric McCleaf (guitar), and Jason Wilson (bass guitar and backing vocals) rock the house with everything from classic rock to current pop, with some 80s rock, 90s modern rock, and lots of other stuff in between.

Finally, a group from Arlington-based “native Hawaiian school” Halau O ‘Aulani will take the stage at 6 p.m. on Sunday, July 29:

Native music and dance presented by Halau O ‘Aulani, founded in 1996 for the sole purpose of creating a learning environment for students interested in the preservation of the multi-faceted cultures of Hawai’i with primary emphasis on the Hawaiian culture.

  • Me

    You sure those show times are right? The links say 8 pm for Fri and Sat.

    • Elmer

      Today’s WaPo has start time at 8 pm. Page 18, Community Calender in the Local Living insert.
      I think 8 pm is start time for neary all LR evening performances.

    • Marsha

      The performance time IS 8pm for both Friday and Saturday’s performances!!!!!
      It was posted in error, sorry for the confusion.
      Both performances should be terrific as well as Sunday’s at 6pm!

      • Elmer

        Agreed. Wonderful performances, a great venue and-at the risk of stepping on some peoples’ toes-a real bargain for the county and the taxpayers. Plus, nearly always a good wholesome family outing. Unlike some of the others.

  • Tabby_TwoTone
    • HighViewPunk

      I think I now have a dead zone in my brain.


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