Latest in a series of posts on the Arts in Bethlehem
The weekend! Thank god! And a wonderful day it is!
Where are you spending your recreation and entertainment time and dollars this weekend?
On the local arts and/or the local arts establishments?
Gadfly has told you in a previous post that he is making a commitment not only to patronize the local arts more but to promote them here when he can. Arts of all kinds.
So have you been to Touchstone Theatre?
Founded in 1981, Touchstone Theatre is a professional not-for-profit theatre dedicated to the creation of original work. At its center is a resident ensemble of theatre artists rooted in the local community of Bethlehem. . . . The Ensemble . . . transforms audiences through community-based theatrical productions and community-building projects.
On Sunday March 8, 2PM Gadfly’s going to Edith Piaf: Hymn to Love at Touchstone.
Piaf (1915-1963) was a famous French “chanteuse,” night-club singer, cabaret singer. She’s a cult figure, a legend, an influence.
Gadfly now has another two tickets to the Piaf show that he can’t use.
So he makes his offer again:
Gadfly would like to give the two tickets free to someone who has never attended Touchstone Theatre in return for a short post on Gadfly about the show or the experience of going to Touchstone.
Don’t let the post scare you — he’ll accept a selfie taken at the theatre!
What say? Contact Gadfly via the Contact link here on Gadfly or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let’s support the local arts and arts institutions!