February 2005
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Puppet show
Children's puppet show
Art exhibit
Music
Open mic

Gallery & store hours:
Tuesday through Saturday from 3 to 6 PM


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CHEMICAL TRACES ~
A UNABOMBER LOVE STORY

An original musical puppet show
written by Geoff Rowland.

The story of the love between Bob, a unabomber trying to finish his manifesto, and Emily, a disgruntled postal worker. Can Bob avert the dastardly plot of has-been unabomber Renaldo, who is jealous of Bob's manifesto and the attention that he is getting from Emily? Special guest appearance by Ted Koppel's hair.

Friday February 11th
Saturday February 12th
Friday February 18th
Saturday February 19th
All shows start at 7:00 PM

Admission is $7.00
Seating is limited so reservations are encouraged.
For information and reservations call (734) 657-2337 or e-mail to dreamlandtheater@gmail.com
The History of Jack
and the Bean-stalk
Jack and the Bean-stalk
Based on the 1807 first published
version of the classic fairytale.
Adapted as a puppet show by Naia Venturi,
With original music by Misha Grey

This early version of the tale follows the boy Jack from his frivolous innocence as the only child of a widowed mother, on his journey up the bean-stalk where he learns the truth of what happened to his father and reclaims from the Giant what was rightfully his.
A multi-media puppet show with marionettes, video projection and a body puppet as the Giant.
For all ages.


Saturday February 26th at 7:00 PM
Sunday February 27th at 4:00 PM

General Admission is $7
Children 12 and under $5

Seating is limited so reservations are encouraged.
For information and reservations call (734) 657-2337 or e-mail to dreamlandtheater@gmail.com
COMMON SPLENDOR
An exhibition of visual artwork by Misha Grey Abstract and geometric drawings and paintings; sculptures using common everyday items. His work expresses the relationship between ideas and perception, that is, how beliefs, assumptions and predilections determine what we perceive and how we interpret our senses.


Opening reception Saturday February 5th from 6 to 9 PM

Exhibit runs through February.

Gallery hours: Tuesday through Saturday from 3 to 6 PM

Friday, February 25th

THE JOE SUMMERS GYPSY JAZZ TRIO


Joe Summers leads this all-acoustic jazz trio that plays the music of Django Reinhardt and other European Gypsy composers. The trio features Joe Summers on guitar, Chris Moyer on guitar and Dave Sharp on bass.

Show Starts at 8:30pm
Admission $5
Wednesday, February 16th

WEIRD WEDNESDAY
THE DREAMLAND VARIETY STAGE




Open mic night for off-the-wall performance artists, monologists, short videos and films, self-styled comics, musicians and other avant-bards.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PERFORMING JUST SHOW UP!

For information call:(734) 834-1782


8:00 PM
Donation