W E E K LY E N T E R TA I N M E N T G U I D E F O R K E Y W E S T Paradise December 4—10, 2014 393937 2 ◆ PARADISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 Paradise PAUL A. CLARIN Publisher GARY E. MAITLAND Editor TOMMY TODD Director of Sales and Marketing MIKE HENTZ Photo Editor ROB O’NEAL Contributor 8 10 3 Nutcracker! Paparazzi 4 Misc. 11 Music Movies Reach Us Phone: 305-292-7777 Fax: 305-294-0768 Paradise This Week is published weekly by Cooke Communications, 3420 Northside Dr., Key West, FL. Second class postage paid by The Citizen, Key West FL, 33040. Postmaster: Send address changes to The Citizen, P.O. Box 1800, Key West FL 33041. Notice to Advertisers: Paradise assumes no financial responsibility for typographical errors in advertisements but when notified promptly will reprint that part of the advertisement in which the typographical error appears. All advertising in this publication is subject to the approval of the publisher. Paradise reserves the right to correctly classify, edit or delete any objectionable wording or reject the advertisement in its entirety at any time prior to scheduled publication in the event it is determined that the advertisement or any part thereof is contrary to its general standard of advertising acceptance. Classified department hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday; and 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday. SUBMISSION GUIDELINES Paradise takes weekly entertainment submissions on the following schedule: All content must be submitted by noon on Monday to [email protected] in order to be considered. • Paparazzi • Music schedules • Art and gallery listings • Local entertainment news Find an electronic version of Paradise online at: 6 12 Going on Film Reviews 7 Arts ROB O’NEAL/Paradise Gregg McGrady, center, is surrounded by friends, from left, John Nolte, Bill Ellis, Tony Falcone and Scott McCarthy Saturday night at McGrady’s 50th birthday party at Martin’s restaurant. 16 Fun COVER: ROB O’NEAL/The Citizen The “Harbor Walk of Lights” at the Key West Historic Seaport. THIS JUST IN: Winter bird survey At 7:30 a.m. Dec. 14, members of the Florida Keys Audubon Society will lead participants around Key West to conduct a survey of winter bird populations. This count is held all over North America to measure long term avian health trends. The public is encouraged to participate with any birding skill level. The group will meet in the parking lot of the Key West Wildlife Center at 1801 White St. Please bring binoculars and dress for the weather. For infomration, send an email to [email protected] keysaudubon.org. Willison featured at Guild Sunday The Key West Poetry Guild will, spotlight the much published international traveler and snowbird Malcolm Willison at 7 p.m. Sunday at Andy’s Cabana, 308 Petronia St. For information, call Nance Boylan at 908591-5566. FOL book sale Saturday Friends of the Key West Library will sponsor its first book sale of the season from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Palm Garden next to the library, 700 Fleming St. Proceeds will go to the library’s programs, books and equipment. Annual tree trimming Sunday The Schooner Wharf Bar Tree Trimming Party will be at 5 p.m. Sunday. Ornaments will be entered in a contest and prizes will be awarded for the “Most Original,” “Most Nautical” and “Most Popular” with the holiday crowd. All tree trimmers will be treated to a free holiday cocktail, egg nog, hot apple jack or Swedish Glogg. Then cross off several items on your holiday shopping list at the Santa’s Key West Workshop, conveniently located at Schooner Wharf Bar. Local artists will be on hand with their unique and original artwork for special Christmas gifts. For the 15th year in a row, the Schooner Wharf “Breakfast Club” is heading up a Toy Drive on Tree Trimming Day, benefiting Toys for Tots and also Angels – Just 4 Kids. Each of you Santa’s helpers who donates a gift to this worthwhile cause will also receive a free holiday drink from Schooner Wharf Bar. For information, call 292-3302, or go to schoonerwharf.com. PARADISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 Beloved ‘Nutcracker Key West’ takes stage oliday-loving audiences can immerse themselves in the heritage and underwater beauty of the Florida Keys while viewing a classic seasonal ballet during “Nutcracker Key West,” set to begin a sevenshow run Dec. 13. The unique production blends the traditional storyline of “The Nutcracker” with quintessential Florida Keys elements, transforming the tale of young Clara’s dreamlike visit to the land of the Sugarplum Fairy into an island and undersea fantasy. “Nutcracker Key West” stars a 15-member professional corps de ballet along with more than 50 Keys children and other local perform- H ers. Together, they are to bring the timeless story, spiced with a Keys flavor, to life onstage at the Tennessee Williams Theatre, 5901 College Road on the campus of Florida Keys Community College. The cast is directed by classically trained dancer Joyce Stahl, a Key West resident who conceived and created the production after a 38-year career with New Jersey’s American Repertory Ballet. The Key West ballet features dance sequences including a dream battle where toy sailors protect Clara from a Rooster King, recalling the island’s free-range chicken population. A scene set at the Keys’ living coral reef features young children costumed as phosphorescent anemones and colorful fish. “Nutcracker Key West” incorporates elaborate sets and costumes designed by Stahl that are valued at more than $500,000. Many of the costumes for the 2014 production are enhanced with revolutionary fiber-optic and LED lights, expertly crafted to be nearly weightless so dancers can wear them easily. According to show organizers, the “Nutcracker” troupe is one of the first classical ballet companies in the United States to use the new costume technology. Audiences can choose from evening and matinee performances and show dates continue through Dec. 21. Ticket prices begin at $20 per person. Tickets can be purchased online at keystix.com, or by calling 305-295-7676. For information on the show, go to nutcrackerkeywest.com, or facebook.com/nutcracker. keywest. ◆ 3 CALL TO ARTISTS: The Anne McKee Artists Fund of the Florida Keys, Inc. announces a “Call to Artists” for the 2015 Fine Art Auction, to take place Feb. 8 at Fort East Martello Museum. The submission deadline for artwork is Jan. 1. To submit an application and an accompanying photo via the online entry form, go to mckeefund.org and click the “Call to Artists” button. The annual auction and its associated gala raise money for project-based grants to Keys visual, literary and performing artists. Under the guidance of auctioneer Tom Luna, attendees can bid on original paintings, sculpture, photography, fiber art, ceramics, mixed media, jewelry and more. Each participating artist receives 50 percent of the proceeds from the sale of his or her work, while the McKee Fund receives the remainder to award to Keys artists for select projects. Founded by longtime Key West resident Anne McKee, the not-for-profit fund has awarded more than $196,000 since 1994. For information about the Anne McKee Artists Fund and its annual auction and artist grants, go to mckeefund.org. Key West’s Only Beach Bar with LIVE MUSIC DAILY *DAILY DRINK SPECIALS* ALL DAY FOOD MENU Thur 12/4 12-3 pm Brian Roberts 4-7 pm Amandah Jantzen Fri 12/5 12-3 pm Chris Toler 4-7 pm Joel Nelson Sat 12/6 12-3 pm Rusty Lemmon 4-7 pm Amandah Jantzen Sun 12/7 12-3 pm Amandah Jantzen Mon 12/8 12-3 pm Brian Roberts Tues 12/9 12-3 pm Chris Toler 4-7 pm Rob DiStaci Wed 12/10 12-3pm Rob DiStaci 4-7 pm Chris Toler 1 Duval Street | Key West 305-296-4600 398278 4 ◆ PARADISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 music scene music scene music scene music scene music scene HOG’S BREATH SALOON Reggie Sullivan Band The Reggie Sullivan Band plays the late-night 400 Front St. gig from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Monday through Dec. 14. Copper Sky Reggie Sullivan received his Bachelor of Music The Cooper Sky duo take to the Hog’s Breath Saloon’s degree in Jazz Studies from outdoor stage from 5: 30 to 9 the University of South Carolina in 2006 and has p.m. Monday through Dec. since become one of the 14. The duo’s performance is most-requested musicians an all-encompassing experi- in Columbia, SC. He has ence of incredibly performed performed with musical legends such as Marian music with a mix of genres and original songs to satisfy McPartland, Olivia NewtonJohn, Wycliffe Gordon, every musical taste. There’s Herlin Riley, Chris Potter, also a lot of fun as the duo Yuseef Latif, Ron McCurdy, works with the audience during the show and some- Howard Hewitt, Randy Crawford, Joe Sample. time off-stage. The band has been influenced by many musical genres and it delivers a high-energy show that Thu • Dec 4 • 9pm promises to give you a good Larry Baeder Group feeling. “Rock, Rhythm & Blues” 7 p.m. to 12 a.m., Chappy Dog Band 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Frank Everheart Clint Bullard and Al Subarsky make up the Lone Star of David duo. The Cooper Sky duo take to the Hog’s Breath Saloon Dec. 8 -14. SCHOONER WHARF 202 William St. The Lone Star of David duo What do you get when you pair up a high-energy singing cowboy from Texas with a Jewish guitar slinger from New Jersey? The “Lone Star of David” duo, that’s what! “Oy, these buckaroos are so good, you will plotz,” said K. Friedman. Clint Bullard and Alfonse will appear together from 6 to 9 p.m. every Friday night at the Sunset Tiki Bar at the Galleon Resort, 617 Front St. Shabbat shalom, y’all! Today 12 to 5 p.m., Michael McCloud 7 p.m. to 12 a.m., Carl Peachy and friends 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Frank Everheart Friday 12 to 5 p.m., Michael McCloud Fri, Sat • Dec 5, 6 • 10pm Water Seed World Famous T-Shirts • Raw Bar • Restaurant Happy Hour Daily • 5-7 pm Entertainment from 1pm til 2am “NOLA Funk & Soul” Fri, Sat, Sun 5:30 “Soundchecks” NFL Sunday Ticket THURSDAY December 4 See All Your Games Here 1 pm Sunday Jazz Showcase 7 pm Monday Night BINGO Wed • Dec 10 • 9pm Little Mike & The Tornadoes Joel Nelson FRIDAY December 5 SATURDAY December 6 SUNDAY December 7 MONDAY December 8 TUESDAY December 9 WEDNESDAY December 10 Kenny & Cuda Kenny & Cuda Sunday NFL Zack Seemiller Joel Nelson Joel Nelson Copper Sky Copper Sky Copper Sky Chris Gelbuda Chris Gelbuda Chris Gelbuda Chris Gelbuda KEY WEST “NYC Powerhouse Blues/Rock” Green Parrot Reggie Reggie Reggie The Coal Men The Coal Men The Coal Men The Coal Men Sullivan Band Sullivan Band Sullivan Band 400 Front Street • Across the street from Sunset http://hogsbreath.com • 296-4222 • Key West Also visit us in Destin, FL. Package Goods & Spirits Open Daily 11AM - 10PM • 609 Whitehead St 398279 Famous Since 1890 890 on the corner of Southard & Whitehead Remember: Hog’s Breath is better than no breath at all! ur ! O s Try arita g o H 398277 Saturday 12 to 5 p.m., Michael McCloud 7 p.m. to 12 a.m., Chappy Dog Band 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Frank Everheart Sunday 12 to 5 p.m., Michael McCloud 5 p.m. Tree Trimming Party 6:30 to 11 p.m., Stonley, Toko Irie and Agbo 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Magic of Frank Everheart Monday 12 to 5 p.m., Raven Cooper 7 to 11 p.m., Marty Stonely and Chris Toler Tuesday 12 to 5 p.m., Gary Hempsey 7 to 11 p.m., Raven Cooper Wednesday 12 to 5 p.m., Michael McCloud 7 to 11 p.m., Tim Hallohan 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Magic of Frank Everheart THE GREEN PARROT 601 Whitehead St. Larry Baeder Larry Baeder brings his group of talented musicians to The Parrot stage on at 9 p.m. today for a night of highly danceable rock, rhythm and blues. Little Mike and The Tornadoes PARADISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 ◆ 5 music scene music scene music scene music scene music scene Waterseed Combining the joyous and soul, plus, an ample helping of Brazilian dance grooves. Fronting the group, and featuring many of his original compositions, is Chris Burchard, on guitar, Rob DiStaci sings and plays keyboards, Bubba Lownotes plucks the bass, and of course, Skippo on the drums. So catch a great night of soulful rock, brazilian, and funk-fusion. The ‘CRZZBs’ return to Virgilio’s in the “Tuesday League of Crafty Musicians” series. sounds of traditional New Orleans jazz with the adventurous funk of Parliament, Waterseed, a big, bold ensemble from Atlanta-byway-New Orleans brings their unpredictable experimental edge to the Parrot stage with shows at 5:30 and 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 5:30 p.m. Sunday. What do you call a musical gumbo that recalls the ancestral strut andjoie de vivre of the New Orleans’ Tremé, the drama and ecstasy of the church’s wailing floor, and the suitedup sophistication of jazz threaded with the party funk of Parliament? What do you name sounds that hail from Africa, Brazil, the Caribbean, and the red dirt South all at once? How do you label music that simultaneously evokes all of the uncontainable energies and passions exploding from so many disparate musical legacies? Here we call it Waterseed. THE GARDENS 526 Angela St. Cabaret Today: 5 to 7 p.m., Jimmy Olson at the piano. Friday: 5 to 7 p.m., Michael Robinson at the piano. Saturday: 5 to 7 p.m. Will Johnson at the piano. Jazz In The Gardens Sunday: 5 to 7:30 p.m., Acoustical Harpist Scott Marischen and Friends. 90 MILE LOUNGE 300 Front St. All shows start at 8:30 p.m. Today: Woody Jenkins Project Friday: Larry Baeder Saturday: Woody Jenkins Project Sunday: Larry Baeder Monday: Ericson Holt Tuesday: Ericson Holt Wednesday: Moose and Bullet Proof Blues Band new Dinner Concert Series every Thursday night featuring international classical guitarist, Mateo. Seating upstairs begins at 6:30 p.m. and the concert starts at 7 p.m. The dinner concert includes a PrixFixe three course Italian meal. The concert features Spanish guitar highlights and original compositions by Mateo. Experience an intimate evening by this INAGURAL “THE virtuoso guitar soloist while BIRTH OF DON” ROCK ANTONIA’S DINNER enjoying the gourmet dinFESTIVAL ner at Antonia’s Dinner CONCERT SERIES Concert. For menu and BEGINS DEC. 11 pricing information, go to The Ray Sigismondi Rock antoniaskeywest.com. For Review headlines the first “The Birth of Don” rock Antonia’s Restaurant, 615 reservations, call 305-7710280. festival at the outside bar at Duval St., is presenting a 6 p.m Friday at Don’s Place, 1000 Truman Ave. Island Alex and his band open the festivities by performing songs from his recently completed CD which will officially be released during this inaugural “The Birth of Don” festival. Friends and family of Don’s Place owner Don Manaher will be celebrating the birth of Don (which occurred 60 years ago) during the festival. VIRGILIO’S 524 Duval St. The “CRZZBs” The “CRZZBs” return to Virgilio’s “Tuesday League of Crafty Musicians” series, at 9 p.m. Tuesday for another evening of Pat Metheney-inspired, modern guitar fusion, some sophisticated Sting, John Mayer, Marvin Gaye, and Steely Dan-type pop 398152 Little Mike and The Tornadoes brings a powerhouse performance of blues and rock n’ roll from New York City to the Parrot stage with shows at 9 p.m. on Wednesday and Dec. 10, and shows at 5:30 and 10 p.m. Dec. 11. Led by singer, songwriter, producer and harp master Mike Markowitz. The band is well-known for its flawless, high energy blues sound, modeled after the great Chicago bands of the 50’s. They have played nearly every major metropolitan area in the United States and Canada, some of the toughest hangouts, as well as the most sophisticated stages in the world, never straying from their course of delivering hard back alley blues and rough rock and roll. Little Mike Markowitz, is a mean harmonica player who cut his teeth in New York City in the late 1970s and early 1980s, backing up legendary Bluesmen Pinetop Perkins, Hubert Sumlin, and Jimmy Rogers. He then moved to Florida, and continued to perform and record through the early 2000s. After a hiatus from music, during which he raised his family near Gainesville, he’s playing high-energy blues again. Little Mike’s latest release is titled Forgive Me and he is currently touring in support of it. 6 ◆ PARADISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 Dog Tired hosts holiday opening costs and is also offering og Tired Studio a 10 percent discount on and Gallery, 1011 Whitehead St., is hav- everything on the premises. Sean ing its holiCallahan is day openalso offering ing from 6 a special on to 9 p.m. pet portraits Friday. through the In celmonth of ebration, December. Artist Chris Lopez and Lopez is Callahan offering a will both special perwork from a sonalized photograph. portrait on For pricing acrylic or “The Helper” by Sean informawood for Callahan. tion, call the holidays 802-989at a special 5910, or stop in for the discounted rate. The galholiday opening. lery will cover shipping D Jessica Wilson and Sandy Kaster featured at Frangipani Gallery First Thursday Art Walk on Caroline Street he galleries, stores and restaurants on Caroline Street and the surrounding area, invite all to join in celebrating the holidays from 5 to 7 p.m. today. The street will be aglow with luminaries lighting the way to the participating businesses. Joining the celebration is Island Inspirations, the working art studio and gallery of long time Key West artist Maggie Ruley. Enjoy some wine and talk with Maggie about her vibrant tropical paintings. Discover paintings, pottery, jewelry and gifts by Maggie and other local artists. Located in the heart of historic old town at 933b Fleming Street, [email protected] will be featuring T 398170 new paintings, glass and ceramic sculptures just in for the season. Artists Cathy Flanagan and Linda Fife will present their painted bar stools and cocktail tables at Harpoon Harry’s. The Little Red has wonderful gift items for the holidays with new things arriving every day. Key Accents Home and Garden store is offering a discount on Company C’s rugs. Commotion will be displaying their newest fashion arrivals, fine linens, jewelry and accessories. If you get hungry stop by Pepe’s Cafe and enjoy a free glass of house wine with any entree. For information, call 305 295-9595. Jessica Wilson and Sandy Kaster will be featured at Frangipani Gallery. he featured artists for the First Friday Art Stroll on Upper Duval, Jessica Wilson and Sandy Kaster, will be honored with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday. Their show will be in the gallery until Dec. 28. Sandy Kaster is a ceramic artist who strives to make art that is fun, functional and unique. Most of her inspiration comes from the beauty of the water, life and flora of Key West. Her new pieces incorporate sgraffito, T which means “to scratch” in Italian. It involves layering colored slips and carving back the layers into a design, revealing the contrasting color of the clay beneath. Jessica Wilson’s fine silver jewelry is also inspired by nature and include shells, leaves and twig motifs. Her enamel seascapes are like miniature paintings of the sea. For information, call Frangipani Gallery at 305296-0440. PARADISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 ◆ 7 the artsthe artsthe artsthe artsthe artsthe artsthe arts the arts Florida Keys Council of the Arts Cultural Calendar Thursday, Dec. 4 through Wednesday, Dec. 10. Visit keysarts.com, Cultural Calendar for more listings and events throughout the Keys. Key West Happenings ARTS COUNCIL Today Holiday Membership Party, 5:30 p.m. Private Home, 1424 Grinnell St. 295-4369. Join us to celebrate the season. ARTISTS RECEPTIONS AND EXHIBITIONS Today Holiday Art Walk & Open House, 5 p.m. Historic Seaport District including The Little Red Mercantile Store, Harpoon Harry’s, [email protected] Gallery, Key Accents, Commotion on Caroline Street, Gallery on Greene and Salt and Island Inspirations on Fleming Street. Friday Upper Duval Art Stroll, 6 p.m. Jessica Wilson & Sandy Kaster Opening Reception, 6 p.m. Frangipani Gallery, 1102A Duval St. 305-296-0440. frangipanigallery.com. Dog Tired Studio and Gallery, 6 p.m. 1011 Whitehead St. 802-9895910. dogtiredstudio.net. Holiday specials: personalized portraits, acrylic on wood by Chris Lopez and pet portraits by Sean Callahan. Special art exhibitions and receptions at galleries and shops along Upper Duval from United Street to Truman Avenue. Including SoDu Gallery, Cocco and Salem, Island Arts, Key West Pottery, Cork and Stogie, Millionaire Gallery. Today Computer Class for Word I, 10 a.m. Key West Library, 700 Fleming St. 292-3595. keyslibraries.com. Seating limited, must register. Key West Still Life and Drawing Workshop, 11 a.m. FKCC, 5224 College Road, 609884-3474. Annamarie Giordano. Wednesday Ukelele Workshop, 7:30 p.m. The Grateful Guitar, 1075 Duval St. (Duval Square) 304-5636413. thegratefulguitar.com. Open to all levels and ages. DANCE Friday Jazz Dance Class with Denis Hyland, 10:30 a.m. CoffeeMill Dance Studio, 916 Pohalski Lane. 296-9982. coffeemilldance.com. All dance levels welcome. Wednesday Key West Country Western Dancers, 6:30 p.m. Cowboy Bill’s, 618 Duval St. 724333-4137. Free line dancing lessons with Marvin. FESTIVALS AND FUNDRAISERS Saturday Key West Fest by the Sea, 11 a.m. Key West Art & Historical Society, Fort East Martello, 3501 S. Roosevelt Blvd. kwahs.org. Local food, music and art. Benefiting education programs of the Florida Lodging and Restaurant Association. Southernmost Coconut Castaways “Jump Up” Holiday Gift Drive, 1 p.m. Pincher’s Crab Shack, 712 Duval St. southernmostcoconutcastaways.com. Benefiting Wesley House Family Services teenagers. City of Key West Holiday Parade, 7 p.m. Starting at Truman Ave. and White St., then proceeding down Duval Street and ending at Eaton Street. keywestcity.com. Sunday Key West Art Center - Celebrate the Season Party, 5 p.m. 301 Front St. 294-1241. keywe- startcenter.com. FKCC, 5901 College Rd. 2957676. keyschorale.com. Tuesday Friday the CRZB’s, Chris Burchard, Rob Key West Outdoor Movie: Polar DiStasi, Bubba and Skippo, 9 Express, 7 p.m. Bayview Park, Corner of Jose Marti p.m. and Truman Ave. keywestoutdoor- Virgilio’s, 524 Duval St. 2961075. movies.com. Wednesday KWHS Band & Choir Holiday LITERARY Concert, 7 p.m. Saturday Key West High School Auditorium, Friends of the Key West Library 2100 Flagler Ave. - Book Sale, 9:30 a.m. Library Palm Garden, 700 Fleming Thursday at 7 p.m., too. St. [email protected] Sunday THEATER Key West Poetry Guild Meeting, Wednesday though Sunday 7 p.m. Fringe Theater Key West - Alice’s Blue Heaven, Petronia St. 293Parlor, 8 p.m. 0902. St. Paul’s Church, Historic Rectory Featuring Malcolm Willison. - Parlor, 401 Duval St. 786-529Wednesday 2281. fringetheaterkeywest.org. Book Bites - Gold Finch, 5 p.m. Four Short Plays of Alice Key West Library, 700 Fleming St. Gerstenberg. Parlor plays of the 292-3595. keyslibraries.com. 1920’s. Each tells a funny and charming tale of human foibles, jealousy, gossip, false pride, regret MUSEUMS, HISTORY AND – each making statement about NATURE the human condition. Today Key West Garden Club Middle Keys Happenings Educational Lecture Series: ARTISTS RECEPTIONS AND Gardening with Butterflies, 1:30 EXHIBITIONS p.m. West Martello Tower, 1100 Atlantic Friday Blvd. 294-3210. keywestgarden- Artist in Paradise Gallery Customer Appreciation Night, 5 club.com. p.m. Friday through Sunday Winn Dixie Shopping Plaza, Big Fort Taylor Pyrate Invasion, 10 Pine Key, 872-1828. artistsina.m. Fort Zachary Taylor Historic State paradise.com. Park. 292-6713. forttaylorpyrates. First 30 people receive a free holiday card or ornament. com. Living history demonstrations, kid’s activities, live music, artisan CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS crafts and more. Today Sunday Plein Air Painting Classes in Locals Free Sunday at the Key Sugarloaf, 9:30 a.m. West Botanical Garden, 10 a.m. Jim Salem, 744-9880. 5210 College Rd. 296-1504. key- [email protected] westbotanicalgarden.org. Paradise Quilters: Daily Today - Meeting, 6:30 p.m. Mel Fisher Maritime Museum Saturday - Workshop, 10 a.m. - Celebrating 30 Years of Treasure and Adventure Exhibit, 9:30 a.m. Dallas McDonald Senior Center, Big Pine Key. 745-4202. paradis200 Greene St., Key West. 294equilters.org. 2633. melfishermuseum.org. FILM Check website for special presentations, tours and celebrations. MUSIC Friday Keys Chorale Holiday Harmonies Outdoor Concert, Free, 7 p.m. MUSEUMS, HISTORY AND NATURE Wednesday Marathon Garden Club: Board Meeting, 9 a.m. MM 50, Bayside. 743-4971. marathongardenclub.org. THEATER Thursday through Sunday Marathon Community Theater - A Tuna Christmas, 8 p.m. 5101 Overseas Hwy., MM 49.5. 743-0994. marathontheater.org. Upper Keys Happenings Ocean Life Lecture Series: Invasive Lionfish: Management Successes & Challenges, 7 p.m. Murray Nelson Gov’t. and Cultural Ctr, MM 102. 396-7000. fklcc.org. Speaker Lad Akins. MUSEUMS, HISTORY AND NATURE Monday FESTIVALS AND FUNDRAISERS Historical Preservation Society of Friday Florida Keys Holiday Festival, 4 p.m. Founders Park, Islamorada. 6644503 Tree lighting, holiday parade, a mountain of snow, kids activities and live on stage performances. LECTURES the Upper Keys Meeting, 7 p.m. Key Largo Library, Tradewinds Shopping Plaza. 852-1620. keyshistory.org. MUSIC Wednesday Dan Bern Acoustic Show, 7 p.m. Founders Park, Islamorada. 3956344. keysice.com. Friday Still life drawing workshops Annamarie Giordano is offering life drawing, still life workshops. The first workshop will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at Florida Key Community College, Key West Campus. Artists may work with a medium and subject of choice. No preregistration is required. For information, call 609-884-3474. or send an email to [email protected] Frangipani Gallery Right in the Heart of the Key West Art District Jessica Wilson: Jewelry Sandy Kaster: Ceramics Friday, Dec. 5th • 6-9pm 1102-A Duval Street, Key West, FL 33040 305−296−0440 [email protected] • www.frangipanigallery.com 398300 CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS 8 ◆ PARADISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 PARADISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 ◆ Paparazzi aparazzi’ is a photo-driven entertainment feature compiled by Citizen staffers from in-house and contributed shots. Snaps of social events, arts and entertainment-related activities and other “wild art” will be welcomed as submissions to these pages. Send invitations to cover events to [email protected], and we’ll do our best to get a photographer to the event. If we can’t make it, send your photos and information of your shindig and we’ll try to publish them. ‘P ROB O’NEAL/Paradise Perennial Key West visitor Jens Krow from Germany, left, watches as artist Karen Beauprie works on a watercolor during the second annual ART! Key West event. Photo by Wendy Tucker Photo by Carol Tedesco From left, Roger Young, Jeannette Aguilar and Stacey Mitchell speak with photographer Andreas Franke Sunday at the Eco-Discovery Center about his composite prints created to be attached to shipwrecks throughout the world. Franke’s exhibition was a highlight of the second annual ART! Key West event. Bill Gaiser, left, and Steve Lechner, right, take a break Thursday after serving a Thanksgiving feast to old friends of both at the Carriage Trade on Eaton Street. ROB O’NEAL/Paradise Gregg McGrady, center, is surrounded by friends, from left, John Nolte, Bill Ellis, Tony Falcone and Scott McCarthy Saturday night at McGrady’s 50th birthday party at Martin’s restaurant. Captain Frank Holden, center, Admiral of the Conch Republic Navy, inducts Floyd Roloff, left, into the Conch Republic Navy, as well as commissioning his vessel, the ‘Rapscallion’ before Roloff embarks on a sailing tour of the South Pacific. Judy Gracer, left, gets a holiday hug and kiss from her daughter, Kelly, over the Thanksgiving weekend. Photo by Wendy Tucker ROB O’NEAL/Paradise ROB O’NEAL/The Citizen Patryk Sala, left, and Paula Myszewska, right, visiting from Poland, check out the flamingos at the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory. ROB O’NEAL/Paradise Key West Pixie Carol Tedesco and Michael Shields cut the proverbial rug at Gregg McGrady’s “3G 5.0” birthday bash at Martin’s Saturday night. ROB O’NEAL/Paradise Following Sunday night’s Hurricane Flag burning ceremony at the Truman Waterfront, Conch Republic Navy Admiral Frank Holden, right, inducts 6-month-old Richard Bennett (seen with his father, Brian) as a “Swabby First Class.” PETE ARNOW/Special to Paradise Jennifer Newman, Rebecca Tomlinson and John Dell enjoyed the beautiful Key West Thanksgiving Day weather at an annual gathering on Rose Street. PETE ARNOW/Special to Paradise Many in this extended family on Rose Street have come together for the past 23 years to share love and fellowship during the traditional Thanksgiving meal. 9 10 ◆ PARADISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 Light your bikes and join the parade o bolster the Wesley House Toy Drive, the annual Lighted Bike Parade will convene at Bayview Park at 5 p.m. Wednesday. Participants are asked to bring a brand-new, unwrapped toy. There, everyone will meet with Santa, which will also include giveaways and helmet fittings (those under 16 are required to wear a helmet) and local police can even register bikes if proof-of-purchase is furnished. Law enforcement will then ensure order and safety at the 6:30 p.m. push-off, which will take riders everywhere from Duval Street to Mallory Square. Pre-registration for the ride (including waivers) is encouraged to expedite the evening fun and may be accomplished online by going to wesleyhouse.com. T ROB O’NEAL/Paradise The Coast Guard gets into the holiday spirit during the Lighted Boat Parade at the Historic Seaport. 24th Annual Lighted Boat Parade coming soon You’re in Key West to be on the Water he days are getting shorter and the breeze in the air means only one thing, it’s almost time for the 24th Annual Schooner Wharf Bar and Galley and Absolut Vodka Lighted Boat Parade. The famous nautical parade is slotted for 8 p.m. Dec. 13. All of the pre-festivities will start at 6 p.m. Join the fun and enter your boat in this community marine event. T Think Zero Duval Street of incentive for our island’s creative mariners. Entry forms are now available, stop by Schooner Wharf or visit our website. A Captains’ Meeting will take place Dec. 12 on Schooner Wharf Bar’s upper deck with complimentary Absolut Vodka beverages and Schooner Galley hors d’oeuvres. We encourage all captains to register by Dec. 11. Holiday bazaar and book fair Dec. 13 Serving Waterfront Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 398275 Hot Tin Roof Dinner & Brunch Reservations Recommended Live Entertainment DAILY 305-296-7701 Parade your vessel bedecked in beautiful lights and your festive holiday spirit. Vessels of all sizes, kayaks, dinghies, fishing vessels, sailing ships, private yachts and charter boats are welcome. This year’s cash awards and prizes total over $20,000 and twelve winning places will be awarded. All participating boats that did not place will be entered in a free raffle. There’s plenty he Key West Montessori Children’s School will present its annual Book Fair and Holiday Bazaar from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dec. 13 at 1400 United St. This year’s bazaar will be bigger than ever, with more vendors, activities and treats including a coffee bar, holiday portrait booth, Peaceful Warrior Yoga and a live T performance by the KWMCS Steel Pan Band. Proceeds from this event support free Montessori education for the Key West community. For more information or to sign up as a vendor, contact Rachel at [email protected], or call 2941400 ext. 53418. PARADISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 ◆ 11 What’s up at the Tropic: Friday, Dec. 5 through Thursday, Dec. 11 FEATURE FILMS OPENING FRIDAY: earth-shattering diagnosis at 21 years of age. With Jane (Felicity Jones, “Like Crazy,” “The Amazing Spider-Man 2”) fighting tirelessly by his side, Stephen embarks on his most ambitious scientific work, studying time. Rated PG-13 “Citizenfour” In January 2013, filmmaker Laura Poitras started receiving encrypted e-mails from someone identifying himself as “citizen four.” In June 2013, she and reporter Glenn Greenwald flew to Hong Kong for the first of many meetings with the man who turned out to be Edward Snowden. She brought her camera with her. Poitras is a masterful storyteller: she compresses the many days of questioning, waiting, confirming, watching the world’s reaction and agonizing over the next move, into both a great character study of Snowden and a narrative that will leave you on the edge of your seat. Rated R “Force Majeure” This wickedly funny and precisely observed psychodrama tells the story “Birdman” The cast of “Force Majeure.” of a model Swedish family, handsome businessman Tomas, his willowy wife Ebba and their two blond children, on a skiing holiday in the French Alps. During a lunch at a mountainside restaurant, an avalanche suddenly bears down. With people fleeing in all directions and his wife and children in a state of panic, Tomas makes a decision that will shake his marriage to its core and leave him struggling to reclaim his role as family Edward Snowden in “Citizenfour.” The critically-acclaimed black comedy Birdman tells the story of a washed-up actor (Michael Keaton)— famous for portraying an iconic superhero—as “The Theory of patriarch. The 2014 Cannes Oliver in the care of their he struggles to mount a Film Festival winner of the neighbor, Vincent (Bill Broadway play. In the days Everything” Jury Prize in Un Certain leading up to opening Murray), a retired curmudRegard. (Partially subtitled) geon. An odd friendship The Theory of Everything night, he battles his ego Rated R and attempts to recover soon blossoms. Together tells the extraordinary with a pregnant stripstory of one of the world’s his family, his career and himself. Also starring per named Daka (Naomi greatest living minds, the HELD OVER: Zach Galifianakis, Andrea Watts), Vincent brings renowned astrophysiRiseborough, Amy Ryan, Oliver along to the race cist Stephen Hawking, “St. Vincent” Emma Stone, Naomi track, a strip club and the who falls deeply in love Watts and Edward Norton, local dive bar. Oliver begins with fellow Cambridge Maggie (Melissa Birdman is directed and McCarthy), a single mother, to see in Vincent something student Jane Wilde. co-written by Alejandro that no one else is able to: Once a healthy, active moves into a new home González Iñárritu a misunderstood man with young man, Hawking with her 12-year-old son, (“Biutiful,” “Babel,” “21 a good heart. Written and (Eddie Redmayne, “Les Oliver (Jaeden Lieberher). Grams,” “Amores Perros”). directed by Theodore Melfi. Misérables,” “My Week Working long hours, she Rated R Rated PG-13 With Marilyn”) received an has no choice but to leave Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones in “The Theory of Everything.” Michael Keaton, Ed Norton in “Birdman.” 12 ◆ PARADISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 FILM IN PARADISE A Christmas double feature hosted by Turner Classic Movies at the Tropic FRONT ROW at the theaters. On Sunday many local movie houses will be showing a festive double feature, the classic 1938 “A Christmas Carol” with Cooke Communications Film Review Reginald Owen and 1945 “Christmas in SHIRREL RHOADES Connecticut” with Barbara Stanwyck. This is a one-day-only event. Sure, we’ve seen these movies a REVIEWED BY thousand times: The story of Ebenezer SHIRREL RHOADES Scrooge, a curmudgeon who awakens to the true spirit of Christmas after being hy would you go to the movie visited by three ghosts. And a whimsical theater to see a couple of old tale of a magazine writer with a popublack-and-white films that you usually catch on T.V. during the lar column about housekeeping on her Connecticut farm, which turns out to be holidays? Well, for one thing, there’s the experience of seeing a movie up there on pure fiction when her publisher shows up the big screen, the way it was intended to for Christmas dinner. Thee are two of my favorite put-you-inbe seen. Maybe there is something to that “Go Big or Go Home” trailer you’ve seeing the-holiday-mood movies. AT THE MOVIES W Don’t feel disloyal to Turner Classic Movies by going to see them at the theater. TCM and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment are the ones presenting this special Fathom Event, hosted up there on the screen by TCM’s own Ben Mankiewicz. While “A Christmas Carol” is more of a morality play based on the Charles Dickens short story, “Christmas in Connecticut” is a screwball comedy with some of your favorite old-time character actors — Sydney Green Street, Reginald Gardner, and S.Z. Sakall. You’ll recognize their faces. It’s like spending Christmas with distant family members you see but once a year. [email protected] Documentary camptures Edward Snowden as ‘Citizenfour’ made two films about government intrusion – “My Country, My Country” (2006) and “The o doubt the NSA knew Oath” (2010). Laura Poitras was making In January 2013, she was workthis documentary. After ing on a film about post-9/11 all, that’s what this film is abuses of national security when about: NSA’s surveillance proshe started receiving encrypted grams. emails from this Citizenfour, You’ve heard all those stories claiming to have evidence of about Edward Snowden, the NSA’s spying on Americans. low-level high-school-dropout At first he remained anonyconsultant who blew the whistle mous, refusing a face-to-face on the government’s snooping. meeting. But Poitras insisted, And you either think he’s an American hero or a traitor hiding saying, “I really want to meet you, out in Russia. But what you know and I want to bring my camera.” is from what you’ve been told by And he responded, “No, I’m not the story. It should be about the the media – pro and con. issues.” Now hear the words straight With Poitras’s reassurances, he from Snowden’s mouth and make finally relented. So she flew to a more informed assessment about this guy who first identified Hong Kong along with journalhimself to Poitras as Citizenfour. ists Glenn Greenwald and Ewen MacAskill to meet this Deep Why Poitras? She’d already REVIEWED BY SHIRREL RHOADES N Throat, who turned out to be Edward Snowden. “Once my camera came out in Hong Kong, everyone knew that was going to happen. And nobody asked me to stop. This was a pretty extraordinary set of circumstances. I think he didn’t know day-to-day what would happen to him, and how he would get through this time. So it was kind of an all-in moment. He’d taken so many risks that the camera just became another part of it.” Greenwald and MacAskill quizzed Snowden as he sat there in his room at the Mira Hotel in Hong Kong. Camera rolling, he told his story. “He’s been totally consistent in that he feels these things should not be secret,” Poitras says. “If the government is going to do this, then the public has a right to know.” With Snowden supplying them with classified documents, Glenn Greenwald broke the story in The Guardian in June 2013. Thanks to some skillful editing and the backing of filmmaker Steven Soderbergh (“Erin Brockovich,” “The Informant!”), Laura Poitras went on to produce “Citizenfour,” the tell-all that’s currently playing at the Tropic Cinema. So where does Ed Snowden come out in this film? As pretty much human. “Yes, this is a film about NSA and surveillance,” nods Laura Poitras. “But it’s also a film about humans — about people who take great personal risks. How do they do that, and what are the consequences?” [email protected] PARADISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 ◆ 13 FILM IN PARADISE ‘Penguins of Madagascar’ proves to be certifiably cute animated adventure BY SHIRREL RHOADES verybody loves penguins. Blame Morgan Freeman. His narration of that “March of the Penguins” documentary started the craze back in 2005. Shortly thereafter we had “Farce of the Penguins” (2006), a mockumentary with Samuel L. Jackson. Then Jim Carrey gave us “Mr. Popper’s Penguins” (2011), the story of a stuffy businessman who inherits six penguins. That was followed by “Adventures of the Penguin King” (2012), an animated mating comedy voiced by Tim Allen. Of course, as you might have expected, DreamWorks had to get E in on the act with its “Madagascar” franchise, three (so far) animated movies about funny animals. So it spun off a film short titled “The Madagascar Penguins in a Christmas Caper” (2005). Then came a TV series mated offering is still playing at the Regal Cinema 6. It’s kind of a spy thriller starring Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private, the four penguins last seen in “Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted.” This tuxedoed quartet are voiced by Tom McGarth, Chris Miller, Conrad Vernon, and Christopher Knights. They are joined by the voices of John Malkovich, Benedict Cumberbatch, Ken Jeong, Peter Stormare, and Annet called “The Penguins of Madagascar” (2008). As well Mahendru. Here the penguins get as a video “The Penguins of kidnapped and whisked Madagascar — Operation: away to a submarine base Get Ducky” (2010). controlled by an octopus And now we have a who resents penguins getfeature-length movie verting all the attention at sion, “The Penguins of Madagascar.” This 3D ani- zoos around the world. Dr. Octavius Brine, as he calls himself, has developed a serum he plans to use on penguins, turning them into horrible monsters rather than cute, cuddly birds. Fortunately, an undercover inter-species task force comes to their rescue. From there, it’s chase to stop the octopus and his squid henchmen from kidnapping penguins from zoos and transforming them with his Medusa Serum. Don’t worry. If you stay through the credits you’ll see that penguins of the world remain cute and cuddly. Turns out, the film’s underlying moral has to do with Private (Christopher Knights) discovering his true abilities beyond just being cute. Not that cute doesn’t help. Will you like “The Penguins of Madagascar?” Yes, because this film is very cute. [email protected] Top 10 clean movie insults There are plenty of great movie insults — rude remarks, nasty slurs, obscene slanders — but most of them you can’t quote in polite company. Take that wonderful disparagement from “A Fish Called Wanda,” the one that begins “You pompous, stuck-up, snot-nosed, English, giant, twerp ….” Yes, it gets more profane from there. Others, like the insult in “Bridesmaid,” seem much too tame: “You look like an old mop.” So we had to dig deep in our pile of movies to come up with this Top Ten list of “clean” insults: 10.) “Full Metal Jacket” (1987) — “You’re so ugly you could be a modern art masterpiece!” 9.) “Toy Story” (1995) — “You are a sad, strange little man, and you have my pity.” 8.) “The Breakfast Club” (1985) — “Does Barry Manilow know that you raid his wardrobe?” 7.) “Witches of Eastwick” (1987) — “I think – no, I’m positive – that you are the most unattractive man I have ever met in my entire life. You know, in the short time we’ve been together, you have demonstrated every loathsome characteristic of the male personality and even discovered a few new ones. You are physically repulsive, intellectually retarded, you’re morally reprehensible, vulgar, insensitive, selfish, stupid, you have no taste, a lousy sense of humor and you smell. You’re not even interesting enough to make me sick.” 6.) “Casablanca” (1942) — “You despise me, don’t you?” “If I gave you any thought, I probably would.” 5.) “The Women” (1939) — “There’s a name for you ladies, but it isn’t used in high society … outside of a kennel.” 4.) “The Princess Bride” (1987) — “I’ll explain and I’ll use small words so that you’ll be sure to understand, you warthog faced buf- foon.” 3.) “The Wizard Of Oz” (1939) — “You clinking, clanking, clattering collection of caliginous junk!” 2.) “Three Amigos!” (1986) — “You dirteating piece of slime, you scum-sucking pig, you son of a motherless goat!” 1.) “Monty Python And The Holy Grail” (1975) — “I don’t want to talk to you no more, you empty-headed animal food trough wiper. I fart in your general direction! Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries!” Did we leave out any of your favorite movie insults? Clean ones, that is. Or do you fear our reaction if you suggest one, like that aspersion from “Billy Madison?” “What you just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it.” [email protected] 398154 14 ◆ PARADISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 Key West Art Center celebrates the season he Key West Art Center will host its annual “Celebrate the Season” opening show and reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday. Join the Center to view the wonderful local art while enjoying the festivities with artists, family and friends. The show will feature new works in a variety of media from artist members, including well-known local artists Karen Beauprie, Christine Black, Fran Decker, Martha dePoo, Jane Grannis, Pam Hobbs, Richard Matson, Maggie Ruley, Dawn Wilkins, Mally Weaver, Kim T See us... Hear us... Workman and many more. There will also be work from four new artist members Lucy Paige, Kate Peachey, Maggie Latham, and Mary Jean Connors. Vote for your favorite artwork at the party, and help a deserving artist win this year’s $100 “People’s Choice Award.” The Key West Art Center is a non-profit community art gallery located at 301 Front St., and open every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For information, call 2941241, or go to keywestartcenter. com. Feel Us! Fringe Benefits performs at St. Paul’s this weekend T !"#"$%& ' ' ()' '&!'#&' *$Boléro +$Piano Concerto - './!$ Pictures at an Exhibition his weekend only, the historic rectory at St. Paul’s will leap back in time as it hosts Fringe Theater of Key West’s Fringe Benefits. Skirts will swish, petticoats will flounce, and the holiday calm will shatter as 14 local ladies and two men bring to life Alice’s Parlor: The Short Plays of Alice Gerstenberg. Art! Key West audiences were treated to a special sneak preview of some of these plays Thanksgiving weekend, to rave reviews. St. Paul’s will host the entire program for three more nights only: today, Friday and Sunday. According to Fringe Artistic Director Monnie King, the church’s historic rectory “Allows the Fringe + !#0& 394644 6*'*''. (/$%121"3"3'/!45('67'$' ')!&'!5'. to do what we do best: immersion theater.” Audiences will sit ensconced in the parlor; they can’t help but be transported back to 1918 as the Fringe actors, regulars and newcomers alike, bring to life the drama, intrigue, and hilarity of early Twentieth-Century American high society. Four groundbreaking works of Alice Gerstenberg will be presented: “Fourteen,” “Ever Young,” “He Said She Said,” and “Overtones,” which was the first play to portray the subconscious onstage. The cast includes Monnie King, Ross Pipkin, Sarah Goodwin-Nguyen, Kitty Clements, Jodyrae Campbell, Annie Miners, Deborah Snelgrove, Susan Dimbath, Merle Dimbath, Diane May, Kate Miano, Jeanne Tindel, Rosi Ware, Janeen Gracer, and Gayla Morgan. Toby Armour, Judy Hadley, Karen Leonard, and Tammy Shanley direct. Alicia Merel plays Alice in the introductory and linking scenes; the crew includes Cynthia Kemeny, Ruth Cahoon, Betty Moore, and Bob Rowand. For information and tickets go to fringetheater.org, keystix.com, or call 305-295-7676. Fringe Theater of Key West is a non-profit that creates, educates, and entertains with classic, innovative, intimate theater through programs such as Shakespeare in School, Fringe Benefits: Classic Short Plays, and main stage productions. PARADISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 ◆ 15 Artist Sandy West at Artists in Paradise rtists in Paradise is proud to showcase Sandy West as their featured artist in December. Sandy moved to the Keys over five years ago and feels very blessed to be “living her dreams” as a professional artist. A degree in Commercial Art has allowed A her skill set to be quite diverse. Her specialty is in illustration, yet she also has a true passion and eye for photography. Depicting realism in her work, she can bring a treasured photo to life with a portrait of a loved one, or family pet. Working primarily outdoors, when shooting pictures, she takes in all the tiny details that nature has artfully and sometimes discreetly placed for us to stumble upon. She also works in acrylics and pencil. Her work will be featured at the gallery, Mile Marker 30, Big Pine Key, through Dec. 31. Santa and the Drag Queen Elves he Xena Fund once again presents its annual “Photos with Santa and the Drag Queen Elves” from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday at The Bottlecap Lounge, 1128 Simonton St., and from 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday at Grooming by John, 1014 Truman Ave. All pets are welcome; please be sure your pet is leashed, or under owner control. T Photo courtesy of Michael Marrero Holiday Artisan Fair Saturday et a jump on your holiday shopping from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at The Studios of Key West’s Annual Holiday Artisan Fair in the Sculpture and Nature Garden at 607 Ashe St. Local artisans will display and sell a diverse variety of original, handmade G items, from gorgeous quilt work and jewelry to mixed media artwork. As a special treat, the Montessori Charter School will have a table and will sell cookies, muffins and other delectable goods. To learn more about The Studios, and to view the full catalog online, go to tskw.org. 394662 hotographer Beth Rooney of Savior Productions is generously donating her talents to ensure a great photo. Photos will be printed at the event, and placed in a card frame. Suggested donation for the photos is $20. The Xena Fund provides assistance to Key West and Lower Keys residents with emergency veterinary care costs. P 16 ◆ PARADISE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 MIKE HENTZ/The Citizen Melody G. Moore, left and Michael McCabe, right, rehearse for “The Price” in the attic of the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum on Front Street. CoffeeMill Dance Studio Offers Theater Jazz Dance Class with Denis Hyland. Davis Directs Fringe’s “The Price” “K Jazz dance class at CoffeeMill for “The Price,” at the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum with shows at 8 p.m. Dec 26-28, Jan 2-4 and 8-11. Don’t miss Fringe’s production of this Arthur Miller tragi-comedy about family, hurt feelings, and furniture. For information, including tickets, go to fringetheater.org. en and women of all dance levels are welcome to join in the fun at the CoffeeMill’s Theater Jazz Dance Class instructed by Denis Hyland. Denis visits from New York frequently to teach, perform and bring his cabaret act to Key West. You can also see Hyland onstage this season in the Red Barn Theatre’s production of “Let’s Get Lost” opening in March and at his show “From Soundheim to Sinatra” at The Studios of Key West. Previously taught by Hyland in New York City at Steps on Broadway and Broadway M 398269 ey West during the holidays is one of the prettiest places to be, and when you’ve had an experience in the theater that is heartwarming and moving and timeless, it is even better,” says Murphy Davis, who is returning to the Fringe Theater of Key West director’s chair Dance Center, this 90 minute class begins with a 45 minute cardio and stretching warm-up to strengthen the development of a dancer, and concludes with a fun and fluid series of steps and combinations. Theater Jazz dance explores a broad range of styles from Traditional and Contemporary Jazz to Fosse, Broadway and Vegas using jazz, soul, R & B, ethnic and pop music. So stretch out, tone up and learn to work it! Beginners welcome Fridays starting from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Friday through the season. For information, call 305-296-9982, or go to coffeemilldance.com.
© Copyright 2018