September 8 – 10, Sondheim on Sondheim, Short North Stage
Come experience what’s being called an intimate look at the Father of the Modern Musical with the Short North Stage’s production of Sondheim on Sondheim. “With exclusive interviews, two-dozen of Sondheim’s beloved songs, and new arrangements by David Loud, the show is a funny, affectionate, and revealing tribute to musical theater’s greatest composer and lyricist.” Ticket info can be found here.
September 8 – Visiting Filmmaker, Wener Center for the Arts
Join filmmaker Elaine McMillion Sheldon at 187 N High Street as they share their story about daily life in Appalachia. Following the screening, Columbus composer Brian Harnetty will join McMillion for a “memorable conversation.” Tickets are between $5 and $9; info can be located here.
September 9 – For the Love of Hillard, Downtown Hilliard
For the Love of Hilliard is a brand-new Hilliard experience featuring family fun, shopping, food, music, art, and, of course, football. Admission is free from 10 to 2, and each vendor will offer a promotion of some sort. Read more about it here.
September 9 – Broken English: 101, Lincoln Theatre Ballroom
Experience the captivating and moving words of author and poet Matthew Vaughn at the Lincoln Theatre Ballroom this Saturday at 8 PM. Additionally, singer LMont and TEDx speaker Autumn Francisco will join him for soulful melodies and an impactful conversation on community violence. Tickets are not sold at the door; however, they can be purchased in advance here.
September 9 – Over the Rainbow, McCoy Center for the Arts
Click your heels three times, and you might just end up in New Albany’s McCoy Center for the Arts this Saturday. The city’s Symphony Orchestra is putting together a moving production of Judy Garland’s greatest hits. Thanks to generous sponsors, there are 500 FREE tickets to donate, but in case they run out, bring your $10 just in case. More info can be located here.
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