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When life gives you lemons, Batavia students make a musical movie, announced the Batavia Fine Arts Centre, based at the high school.
From Drama Desk Award nominees Neil Bartram and Brian Hill, “The Theory of Relativity” is a joyous and moving look at our surprisingly interconnected lives. Whether you’re allergic to cats, in love for the first or 10th time, a child of divorce, a germaphobe, or simply a unique individual, you are sure to find yourself in this fresh new musical, a news release stated.
“The Theory of Relativity” introduces a compelling array of characters experiencing the joys and heartbreaks, the liaisons and losses, the inevitability and the wonder of human connection as a group of young people take their first steps into adulthood. We begin to understand that we are linked across time and space to one another through our common experiences.
It will stream at 7:30 p.m. April 16 and 23, but when you make your purchase for the stream, you will have video-on-demand access for 24 hours for viewing convenience.
To purchase tickets, go to bataviafineartscentre.org/tickets.
“Carole’s Kings” free virtual concert
An iconic singer-songwriter gets a brand new sound in “Carole’s Kings,” the world’s first all-male Carole King tribute. With lush orchestrations, witty banter, and a cast of three talented New York stage veterans (one of whom plays live piano throughout the show), the production is a dynamic act jam-packed with chart-topping sensations such as “The Locomotion,” “I Feel the Earth Move” and “You’ve Got A Friend.”
The performance is an exclusive live virtual performance for the patrons of the Batavia Fine Arts Centre. Join us as the gentlemen from “Carole’s Kings” assemble in New York City for a living room concert – from their living room to yours on April 22, the release stated.
Learn more at bataviafineartscentre.org/caroles-kings.