Arts & Entertainment News Archive

Video: 2016 Concerts on the Common Recap

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Concerts on the Common this year featured: 7/10 - Roy Scott Big Band, 7/17 - Hopkinton Summer Band, 7/24 - Evan Goodrow Band, 7/31 - Steve Spector, 8/7 - Times Square, and 8/14 - The Infractions. Check out highlights of another great summer of concerts on the common below.

Hopkinton Center for the Arts Open House Saturday 8/27 10-1

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This Saturday's Open House promises to be one of the largest ever. Attendees will have so much to see and do. We have a number of activities for our youngest fans lined up, including our Disney Princesses and fun crafts, plus workshops and demonstrations for older students. (Full schedule below).

Open Auditions for Let's Sing! Dance! Act!

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The Jodi Palmieri Dance Company is expanding!

Let's Sing! Dance! Act! is holding open auditions on Sunday, August 28 from 4:00-5:00 PM at 239 South Street. The audition is for dancers age 8-17.

Dancers should prepare 90 seconds of a routine in any style. Bring music on an iPod or a similar device. No experience is needed.

Summer Lovin': Music Memories

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Join Enter Stage Left Theater for this special one night only musical event!

Enter Stage Left Theater performers from past and present summer stock musicals are reuniting to perform songs from such productions as Chicago, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Grease, Urinetown, and many more! Re-live the best moments from our most popular musical productions!

Artists include Sinai Tabak, Rachel MacKenzie, Emily Shaner, Jeff Bliss, Alyssa Surrette, and many others (including performers from ESL's current musical Heathers).

An Iliad, the Award Winning Play at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts presents the site-responsive staging of the spellbinding play, "An Iliad", produced by award-winning New York producer Brad Learmonth and directed and designed by James Blaszko.

"An Iliad", by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare
adapted from Homer’s Iliad,
translated by Robert Fagles
Produced by Brad Learmonth / [email protected]
Directed and Designed by James Blaszko
Starring Patrick Vincent Curran
Featuring Courtnee Roze

Video: Keep Smilin 4 Abbie Field Hockey 2016 Highlights

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The 3rd annual Keep Smilin 4 Abbie foundation Field Hockey event took place Saturday August 6th, the event featured 2 Field Hockey games, The games took place to benefit the Keep Smilin 4 Abbie Foundation. The foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization began operations in January 2014 after Hopkinton student and Field Hockey player, Abbie Benford passed away due to an anaphylactic reaction. The Foundation hosts numerous events for funds to raise awareness of anaphylaxis and to fund research. The event featured 2 games and 4 teams.

Lecture on Yoga August 17th at Senior Center

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Shubhada Wavikar will present a lecture on yoga at 7 pm on Wednesday, August 17 at the Senior Center. Shuba will talk about the origin, types and branches of yoga, the mind - body - soul connection in yoga, and some research supporting yoga's health benefits. She will briefly touch upon postures, some breathing techniques, hand gestures, and meditation and mindfulness.
(Sound familiar? This event has been rescheduled from June 20, when we had to cancel due to illness.)

Video: Art on the Trail 2016

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The Upper Charles Trail Committee, Hopkinton Area Land Trust and Hopkinton Center for the Arts is hosting the 2nd annual "Art on the Trail" at the Center Trail. Various works of Art can be seen along the trail starting at Lumber Street up until the High School. Artists feature: Michael Alfano, Geri Holland, Real Housewives of Hopkinton, Boy and Girl scouts, Lauren Scheuer, Betstann Duval, Holliston Robert Adams Middle School and others. The art will be on display along the trail until September 25th.

2nd Annual "Art on the Trail" is on display until September 25th

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The Upper Charles Trail Committee, Hopkinton Area Land Trust and Hopkinton Center for the Arts is hosting the 2nd annual "Art on the Trail" at the Center Trail. Various works of Art can be seen along the trail starting at Lumber Street up until the High School. Artists feature: Michael Alfano, Geri Holland, Real Housewives of Hopkinton, Boy and Girl scouts, Lauren Scheuer, Betstann Duval, Holliston Robert Adams Middle School and others. The art will be on display along the trail until September 25th.

Video: HCAM News 7-29-2016

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On this edition of HCAM news, we’ll get you up to date with the Summer Concerts on the Common series, Officer Thomas Griffin of the Hopkinton Police Department worked the last day of his 38 year career as a full time police officer, Project Just Because hosted Christmas in July and Courtney will get you up to date with our latest programming with the HCAM insider but first here are some of the latest happenings in town, you should know about.

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