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Lake Carmel Arts Center
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Shakespeare's Julius Caesar at Bedford Playhouse this Saturday.

The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Troupe (Boscobel) will present workshops at 12 noon and 1:30 pm, and a performance of Julius Caesar in the Bedford Playhouse this Sat., April 13.

To take advantage of AotL Board Member Dan Friedman's promotional discount of $10, enter the code ROMANS when purchasing tickets.

Painting Class with Elizabeth Hill is Cancelled for Today

We have cancelled the painting class with Elizabeth Hill for this afternoon, as many side streets are still to be plowed.  An additional session will be added to the class to make for this snow day.

 

LIFE DRAWING SESSION CANCELLED FOR TONIGHT 2-20

Life Drawing is cancelled for Feb 20. The weather report indicates that the snow will be getting more intense during the evening, so we need to be sure folks can get home safely.

Intensive Painting is cancelled for today

Intensive Painting is cancelled due to weather.

 

Ron Hutchinson at Bedford Playhouse

Ron Hutchinson, who brought us Lookin’ for Trouble last April and Clinging to the Iceberg the previous March, will be at the Bedford Playhouse on Thursday, February 21, in an evening titled The Making of Monsters. Taking off from his memoir, screenwriter Hutchinson is expected to reveal what happened in the making of The Island of Dr. Moreau. Looking ahead, playwright Hutchinson is scheduled to bring to Arts on the Lake a new work in April.

LIFE DRAWING SESSION CANCELLED FOR TONIGHT

Due to the model being ill, we have had to cancel the life drawing session for this evening.

Life Drawing Studio Sessions will not held Halloween Night, Oct 31.

Please be aware the there will not be a Life Drawing Open Session this Wed as it is Halloween night, Oct 31.

Lifge Drawing Cancelled for this evening

There is no Life Drawing session this evening Oct 4th. Regular schedule resumes next week.

 

A GREAT LOSS

 

Dear Friends,

This week we lost a dear friend and valued member of our Arts on the Lake Community. Steve Schreiber, beloved husband of Mary, passed away on Saturday from a battle with cancer. Steve was a special man with vast capabilities whose dynamic spirit was always excited and supportive of people through his positive attitude.

Through the years, he was involved in many events at the Art Center ranging from being a puppeteer and helping build stage sets, to playing music, and painting walls.  He was a brilliant musician, and he loved sharing his gifts with others. We will miss having him come bounding through the doors ready to jump into whatever is happening.

Mary has asked that any contributions in honor of Steve be given to The New Hampshire Music Festival. "Since Steve was a child, he spent time every summer in the White Mountains. He enjoyed hiking, biking, swimming, and relaxing and playing music on the porch of his family’s cottage...Support to this organization would reflect both his enjoyment of the mountains and his love of music."

You can go to the Support section on their website: http://www.nhmf.org/ and enter your information and Steve Schreiber in the Dedication Information section. You may also enter Mary's email (mschreiber59@gmail.com) if you would like her to know about your contribution.

She will also let us know when a date for a gathering to remember Steve will be set in the near future.

Ed Durkee

 

 

 

ELVIS MOVES ON

Screenwriter/Playwright Ron Hutchinson reports that AotL-developed Clinging to the Iceberg will be at the Tyneside Festival in Newcastle upon Tyne in England this October. And, as might be expected, there is serious in Jos Vantyler for Lookin’ for Trouble in London. Jos, while waiting to realize Elvis again, has been well-received in Two Noble Kinsmen and Love’s Labor’s Lost. This spring we expect that AotL will again be the site of a new Hutchinson work. He’s been developing a story on how forcibly-imported sparrows have flourished in the New World. Yes!