“Enter Laughing” by Joseph Stein

Stage-struck David Kolowitz denies his parents’ wishes for a druggist in the family and leaves his devoted girlfriend Wanda when he is enlisted (and paying for) a slot as the “leading man” in a third-rate theatrical company. His baptism of fire is a hilarious first performance where everything that can go wrong, does. The March 1 performance is a “Salem Night” with Salem residents receiving free admission. Tickets for all others are: $20 general/$15 seniors and students 18 and above/under 18 admitted free. Tickets and information: salemstatetickets.com or 978.542.6365.

Event takes place at Salem State University at the Sophia Gordon Center at 356 Lafayette Street.

“Enter Laughing” by Joseph Stein

Stage-struck David Kolowitz denies his parents’ wishes for a druggist in the family and leaves his devoted girlfriend Wanda when he is enlisted (and paying for) a slot as the “leading man” in a third-rate theatrical company. His baptism of fire is a hilarious first performance where everything that can go wrong, does. The March 1 performance is a “Salem Night” with Salem residents receiving free admission. Tickets for all others are: $20 general/$15 seniors and students 18 and above/under 18 admitted free. Tickets and information: salemstatetickets.com or 978.542.6365.

Event takes place at Salem State University at the Sophia Gordon Center at 356 Lafayette Street.

“Enter Laughing” by Joseph Stein

Stage-struck David Kolowitz denies his parents’ wishes for a druggist in the family and leaves his devoted girlfriend Wanda when he is enlisted (and paying for) a slot as the “leading man” in a third-rate theatrical company. His baptism of fire is a hilarious first performance where everything that can go wrong, does. The March 1 performance is a “Salem Night” with Salem residents receiving free admission. Tickets for all others are: $20 general/$15 seniors and students 18 and above/under 18 admitted free. Tickets and information: salemstatetickets.com or 978.542.6365.

Event takes place at Salem State University at the Sophia Gordon Center at 356 Lafayette Street.

“Enter Laughing” by Joseph Stein

Stage-struck David Kolowitz denies his parents’ wishes for a druggist in the family and leaves his devoted girlfriend Wanda when he is enlisted (and paying for) a slot as the “leading man” in a third-rate theatrical company. His baptism of fire is a hilarious first performance where everything that can go wrong, does. The March 1 performance is a “Salem Night” with Salem residents receiving free admission. Tickets for all others are: $20 general/$15 seniors and students 18 and above/under 18 admitted free. Tickets and information: salemstatetickets.com or 978.542.6365.

Event takes place at Salem State University at the Sophia Gordon Center at 356 Lafayette Street.

“Enter Laughing” by Joseph Stein

Stage-struck David Kolowitz denies his parents’ wishes for a druggist in the family and leaves his devoted girlfriend Wanda when he is enlisted (and paying for) a slot as the “leading man” in a third-rate theatrical company. His baptism of fire is a hilarious first performance where everything that can go wrong, does. The March 1 performance is a “Salem Night” with Salem residents receiving free admission. Tickets for all others are: $20 general/$15 seniors and students 18 and above/under 18 admitted free. Tickets and information: salemstatetickets.com or 978.542.6365.

Event takes place at Salem State University at the Sophia Gordon Center at 356 Lafayette Street.

“Enter Laughing” by Joseph Stein

Stage-struck David Kolowitz denies his parents’ wishes for a druggist in the family and leaves his devoted girlfriend Wanda when he is enlisted (and paying for) a slot as the “leading man” in a third-rate theatrical company. His baptism of fire is a hilarious first performance where everything that can go wrong, does. The March 1 performance is a “Salem Night” with Salem residents receiving free admission. Tickets for all others are: $20 general/$15 seniors and students 18 and above/under 18 admitted free. Tickets and information: salemstatetickets.com or 978.542.6365.

Event takes place at Salem State University at the Sophia Gordon Center at 356 Lafayette Street.

“Enter Laughing” by Joseph Stein

Stage-struck David Kolowitz denies his parents’ wishes for a druggist in the family and leaves his devoted girlfriend Wanda when he is enlisted (and paying for) a slot as the “leading man” in a third-rate theatrical company. His baptism of fire is a hilarious first performance where everything that can go wrong, does. The March 1 performance is a “Salem Night” with Salem residents receiving free admission. Tickets for all others are: $20 general/$15 seniors and students 18 and above/under 18 admitted free. Tickets and information: salemstatetickets.com or 978.542.6365.

Event takes place at Salem State University at the Sophia Gordon Center at 356 Lafayette Street.

“Enter Laughing” by Joseph Stein

Stage-struck David Kolowitz denies his parents’ wishes for a druggist in the family and leaves his devoted girlfriend Wanda when he is enlisted (and paying for) a slot as the “leading man” in a third-rate theatrical company. His baptism of fire is a hilarious first performance where everything that can go wrong, does. The March 1 performance is a “Salem Night” with Salem residents receiving free admission. Tickets for all others are: $20 general/$15 seniors and students 18 and above/under 18 admitted free. Tickets and information: salemstatetickets.com or 978.542.6365.

Event takes place at Salem State University at the Sophia Gordon Center at 356 Lafayette Street.

The Wondertwins: To Hip Hop with Love

The award-winning dance duo The Wondertwins present “To Hip Hop with Love.” With an eclectic soundtrack of music ranging from legendary rappers Busta Rhymes and KRS One, to the classic voice of Sammy Davis Jr., and poetry by Maya Angelou, the evening is a kaleidoscopic view of African American entertainment traditions. The performance, part of Salem State’s 2018 Hip Hop Summit, will be followed by a conversation with The Wondertwins, Billy and Bobby, McClain, moderated by assistant professor of dance, James Morrow. January 27, 7:30 pm. Tickets: $20/$15/under 18 free. salemstatetickets.com / 978.542.6365.

Salem Dance Ensemble presents “The Other Side of the Crowd

The Salem Dance Ensemble presents its end of semester concert, “The Other Side of the Crowd”. Performances will take place in the new Sophia Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts on Saturday, December 16 at 7:30 pm and Sunday, December 17 at 2 pm.

The evening will include original choreography by faculty and students as well as a new work, “YES INDEED!” by world-renowned choreographer and dancer Bill Evans. It will feature students Samantha Aucello, Cameron Decas, Amanda Drogani and Micaela Plankey. Evans has been working with the Salem State dance department students since the start of the fall semester as an artist-in-residence.

Bill Evans is a Guggenheim Fellowship recipient who founded his Bill Evans Dance Company in 1975. He is noted for the creation of a modern dance technique that has influenced hundreds of dance teachers and dancers around the world for more than 30 years.

Tickets for the concert are: $20 general/$15 non-SSU students over 18 and seniors/under 18 admitted free. Purchase online: salemstatetickets.com or by phone in advance at 978.542.6365.

This performance is sponsored by Salem State University’s Music and Dance Department and Center for Creative and Performing Arts (salemstate.edu/arts).

A Very Grinchy Holiday Special

Gallows Hill Theatre presents:
A very Grinchy Holiday Special!

Join us at Gallows Hill Theatre for a fun re-telling of the classic tale with music, audience interaction, Max the dog, The Who family and Thing One and Thing Two!
A great holiday show for all ages, featuring Erik Rodenhiser as The Grinch.
After the show, kids can meet The Grinch, and take pictures with the cast!

Treats and a raffle included as well!

Tickets: $15 (ages 6 and up), $5 (ages 5 and under) or $52 for a family of 4, are available online.

Salem Dance Ensemble presents “The Other Side of the Crowd

The Salem Dance Ensemble presents its end of semester concert, “The Other Side of the Crowd”. Performances will take place in the new Sophia Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts on Saturday, December 16 at 7:30 pm and Sunday, December 17 at 2 pm.

The evening will include original choreography by faculty and students as well as a new work, “YES INDEED!” by world-renowned choreographer and dancer Bill Evans. It will feature students Samantha Aucello, Cameron Decas, Amanda Drogani and Micaela Plankey. Evans has been working with the Salem State dance department students since the start of the fall semester as an artist-in-residence.

Bill Evans is a Guggenheim Fellowship recipient who founded his Bill Evans Dance Company in 1975. He is noted for the creation of a modern dance technique that has influenced hundreds of dance teachers and dancers around the world for more than 30 years.

Tickets for the concert are: $20 general/$15 non-SSU students over 18 and seniors/under 18 admitted free. Purchase online: salemstatetickets.com or by phone in advance at 978.542.6365.

This performance is sponsored by Salem State University’s Music and Dance Department and Center for Creative and Performing Arts (salemstate.edu/arts).

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