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Win Free Tickets to Theatre Shenandoah in Edinburg

8411735_origReady to laugh yourself silly during an extraordinary evening of theater in Edinburg? Then enter our contest for a free pair of tickets to “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged),” a hilarious romp through all of Shakespeare’s greatest hits, his 37 plays ranging from Hamlet to Macbeth!

Coming up this weekend at Theatre Shenandoah — June 5, 6 and 7 — three irreverent local actors rampage through Bill’s incomparable works, including a parody of “Romeo and Juliet,” “Titus Andronicus” portrayed as a cooking show, and “Othello” done as a rap song. Plus the rest of his plays and sonnets.

Curtain time is 7:30 Friday and Saturday nights, plus a 2:30 matinee on Sunday afternoon. Homemade cookies and brownies for sale, too.

It’s the “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)” like you’ve never seen them.

Community-based Theatre Shenandoah is located at 107 Center Street, Edinburg. More information at the website here.

Entering is simple. Just fill out the below entry form and stay tuned to WSVG! We will pick winners at random.

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Shen Valley Artist Exhibit in Alexandria this week

This is the final week of Shenandoah Valley artist Linda L. Anderson’s exhibit at the Fisher Art Gallery in Alexandria. On this week’s CO Morning Show, contributor Marcy McCann speaks to Ms. Anderson about the exhibit and her recent art book The Book of Eve. To hear the interview, click the link below.

Marcy McCann w Linda L Anderson Book of Eve

For directions to the exhibit at Northern Virginia Community College, click here. More information on the art of Linda L. Anderson can be found on the artist’s web site.

Page from Linda L Anderson's Book of Eve

Strasburg Scribe on the CO Morning Show

Author Mary Mayhew speaks to morning show contributor Marcy McCann about her new book Your Star Child. You can meet Mary Mayhew at the First Friday event April 15 at 7p at the King Street Artworks in Strasburg.

Mary discusses her inspiration for writing the book with morning show contributor Marcy McCann this week on the Craig Orndoff Show. To hear Marcy’s interview again, click the link below.

Marcy McCann interview Mary Mayhew

You can reach Mary Mayhew by using her email address.

Your Star Child Author Mary Mayhew

Making music on the CO Show

Woodstock musician Bill Vaughan talks about his new CD Songs From the Valley. Tune in to the CO Morning Show this week to hear the interview with contributor Marcy McCann.

If you missed the interview, you can listen to it here: Marcy McCann w Bill Vaughan

For more information Bill Vaughan, visit his Facebook page.

Spread Christmas Cheer in Warren County

It’s time for some of that good ole’ Christmas Cheer this week on the CO Morning Show. Contributor Marcy McCann speaks to John Brishcar of Habitat for Humanity about this year’s Hallelujah for Habitat coming up early next month at Warren County High School on Rte. 55.

Tickets are free for the performance, which starts at 7pm on Friday 12/3. To reserve your family’s spot at the event, call 540 622-2800 today.

Fill Your Bowl and Help the Community This Friday

The Shenandoah Alliance for Shelter is dedicated to assisting homeless families with a focus on keeping the family unit together. On this week’s CO Morning Show, contributor Marcy McCann speaks with Woodstock’s Kary Haun who is a new board member of the alliance. Kary discusses her involvement in the upcoming Empty Bowl Soup Supper this Friday November 19.

The Empty Bowl Soup Supper will occur 11/19 at Central High School from 5:30-7p. Tickets are $30 for adults and $15 for students. To reserve your ticket, call the Shenandoah Alliance for Shelter at 540 436-3202.

Painting with texture on the next CO Show

On tomorrow’s CO Morning Show, contributor Marcy McCann speaks to Staunton artist Ellen Werther about her unique painting style, incorporating texture, tactile and decorative features into her paintings. To hear the interview, click the play button below.

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Marcy McCann w Ellen Werther Interview

Ellen Werther reworked piece on wood painted with metallic dry pigment

Join the Masterworks on the next CO Show

Masterworks Chorus Tryouts on September 7

On the next CO Morning Show, contributor Marcy McCann speaks to Kathy Ackerson, President of the Masterworks Chorus, based in Woodstock. To learn about the chorus and its wide variety of influences, click the play button below to hear Marcy’s interview.

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Kathy Ackerson Masterworks Chorus Interview

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE! To hear more audio than you heard on the air, click the play button below. You will learn about the upcoming schedule of appearances by the Masterworks Chorus, including the opening performance of the season on October 17 in Harrisonburg.

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Kathy Ackerson Masterworks Season Highlights Interview

For more information on the Masterworks Chorus, click on the website link here. Tryouts for this season are September 7 at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Woodstock. To sign up, email Dr. Betty Karol Wilson using the email link here.

Photography the traditional way

Back in the days before digital cameras, you needed to load film into a camera in order to take snapshots. And, if you wanted to take the art to the next level, you developed your own film in a dark room. Nowadays, digital imaging replicates many of the effects that you once needed special chemicals to create. But it is important to recognize that these digital effects only mimic the real thing.

On tomorrow’s CO Morning Show, contributor Marcy McCann speaks to Charlottesville’s Richard Pippin about his photographic art that uses these traditional methods. To listen to the interview, click the play button below.

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Marcy McCann w Richard Pippin Photography

You can view Richard Pippin’s photography at the King Street Art Works in Strasburg. If you’d like to contact Richard, use the email link here .

Eclectic music in a unique venue found only in the Shenandoah Valley

That’s the best way to describe the 48th summer season of the Shenandoah Valley Music Festival, under way this summer through September 5. The concerts are held in the village of Orkney Springs on the campus of the Shrine Mont Cathedral Shrine and Conference Center. On tomorrow’s CO Morning Show, SVMF Executive Director Dennis Lynch speaks to Marcy McCann about this year’s schedule and the history of the festival. To hear the interview, click the play button below.

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Marcy McCann w Dennis Lynch SVMF

Still left on this year’s concert calendar are Mary Chapin Carpenter, Cherryholmes, the Tom Cunningham Orchesta and more. Click here to see the full schedule.