OK, I dreamed of a white Christmas. A white February? Not so much.
Snow, it’s everywhere and all we have thought about for weeks. Daily routines have been flipped on their heads and just when life seems to be returning to normal, we get predictions for even more!
Even the arts, living by the code, ‘the show must go on’, have been forced to postpone and cancel. We rescheduled the new show created by Loudoun Lyric Opera, ‘Romance, From Broadway to Lincoln Center’ to August. ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ could not be rescheduled in the Arts Center and has found a new home for a performance February 20; get the details here.
So now that you’re used to the snow, how about a show! We’ve got plenty on the way; check out more details here.
And don’t forget to check out our SPRING classes, registering soon- including spring break camps (I like typing the work ‘spring’, it gives me hope).
A big thanks to everyone for your patience and understanding as we have reworked our schedule for the snowpocaplypse, smowmageddon, snowtastophe, whatever name you want to give it.
-Jeff from the Franklin Arts Center
PS- If you haven’t heard, Maddy Curtis’ benefit concert for Haitian relief, raised nearly $9000. Thanks to all who came out to support Maddy and the relief effort!