Scene clips for Sept. 20, 2006
Hamlet Homes Companies Starry Night, a benefit for the National Ability center, sponsored by Key Bank, Mark Miller Subaru, Overstock.com and Quarry Village at Pinebrook, will take place this Saturday, Sept. 23 at the Grand Summit Resort Hotel at The Canyons at 6 p.m. The event will feature a number of large auction items, including Superbowl tickets and trips to London and Mexico. For more information, call 649-3991.
Wiley and the Hairy Man
The Egyptian Theatre will follow up its success of Urinetown with the Halloween show, "Wiley and the Hairy Man" Sept. 20 through Oct. 28. According to the Egyptian Theatre, the show is "a coming of age story, based on folklore and set in the spooky swamps." Wiley is afraid of the Hairy Man, who loves in the swamps and taunts the local folk. Wiley’s conjuring Mammy and his faithful dog have always kept him safe. Mammy’s magic backfires and Wiley must learn to fend for himself. Wiley must use his own skill, wit and determination against the Hairy Man.
The Park City Performing Arts Foundation will open its 2006 season with Cyndi Lauper on Sept. 24. The ’80’s pop music icon hasn’t slowed down and will play her hits at the Eccles Center on Sunday. For more information, call 655-3114.
The Kimball Art Center is hosting and Art Talk with kinetic sculpture artist Andrew Smith today at 6:30 p.m. Smith now has 10 kinetic sculptures on display at the Kimball; several were designed to fit the space in the Kimball’s Main Gallery. Smith’s High Wind Advisor, nearly two stories tall, is outside on the Kimball patio along Park City’s Historic Main Street. Light hors d’oeuvres will be served. Art Talks are open to the public and admission is free.
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