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Upcoming Music, Art, and Drama (M A D) Events

Listing of all remaining Music, Art and Drama events

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Noonday Organ Recital & Luncheon

Wednesday, February 1, 2023

11:45 am lunch 12:15 concert

A Camp Hill Presbyterian Church Music, Art and Drama event featuring guest organiist David Erickson.

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Music, Art and Drama Event

Wednesday, February 8, 2023

10:00 am Fellowship Hall

POPCORN HAT PLAYERS CHILDREN’S THEATRE

PRESENTS

Rapunzel and Rollicking Ripsnorters: American Tall Tales

Popcorn Hat Players, from the Gamut Theater Group, has been entertaining children and their families since 1993, bringing fairy tales, folk tales, and creative fables to new audiences every year. Using creative comedy and improvisation, the Players write original adaptations and breathe new life into unforgettable stories.

Consistently named “Simply the Best” Children’s Entertainment by the readers of Harrisburg Magazine, it is the only arts group named in the “Top Ten Most Innovative Non-Profits in Central Pennsylvania,” as determined by Central PA Business Journal, for its groundbreaking Theatre Alive! program in inner-city schools.

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Music, Art and Drama Event

Wednesday, March 1, 2023

11:45 am lunch 12:15 concert

Chris Prestia, Organist


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Music, Art and Drama Event

Wednesday, April 5, 2023

11:45 am lunch 12:15 concert

Dr. Terry Heisey, Organist


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Music, Art and Drama Event

Friday, April 28, 2023

7:30 pm Sanctuary

HERSHEY

HANDBELL ENSEMBLE

The Hershey Handbell Ensemble was formed in 2004 and is based in south-central Pennsylvania. It was formed to fulfill the need for an auditioned community ensemble composed of persons able to play advanced literature and who are interested in advancing the art of handbell ringing through education and performance, while uniting people through the musical arts.

The 15-member group, under the direction of Dr. Shawn Gingrich, performs on seven and a half octaves of Malmark handbells, handchimes, and other instruments.

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