A Green Dolphin Jazzy Christmas will make your hearts merry!

The final jazz concert of 2017 will put everyone in the Christmas spirit. Green Dolphin plays many traditional jazz tunes including holiday-themed songs. 

The theater is dressed up for the holidays too. You can’t go wrong with Jazz and Christmas. 


The Green Dolphin Jazz Quartet features:

Christopher Hahn, trumpet and flugelhorn
Janeen Larsen, piano
Terry Rathbun, drums
Gary Renner, bass


Show Details:
Friday, December 15, 2017
7:30 p.m.
Tickets:
$35 / $20

HO. HO. HO.

Get a table seat on the main floor OR a seat up in the balcony. Do it now. Seats are already filling up for this great Friday night event.

Learn more about this concert.
Why is this group called Green Dolphin?

 

VIDEO: Green Dolpin, “All of Me”

“Gaslighting” is a big deal on Angel Street | Book now

 

What deception is going on in the house on Angel Street?

Did you know that the term “gaslighting” was coined from this 1938 drama? The original title in Britain was “Gas Light” and renamed “Angel Street” in the US.

In 1939, Patrick Hamilton’s thriller ”Gas Light” opened in London, and in 1941 the same play, about a fiendish husband trying to drive his wife insane, opened in New York under the title ”Angel Street.” It was later made into a Hollywood movie, again titled ”Gaslight.”

Something is wrong between the Manningtons. What is it? Who can help? Is Mr. Mannington deliberately trying to drive his wife crazy? Is he gaslighting her?

Show Details:
Oct. 26-29
November 2-5
 
Thurs.-Sat.: 7:30 p.m.
Sundays: 2 pm.
Tickets:
$15 Adults, $5 Youth & BHSU students

LEARN MORE about the play & cast

 

TOP (L-R): Sandi Nauman, Lauren Fuhr. BOTTOM (L-R) Dwight Myers, Deb Brunette, Tony Diem

“Angel Street” brings Gaslighting to Spearfish | Oct. 26-Nov. 5

 

What deception is going on in the house on Angel Street?

Did you know that the term “gaslighting” was coined from this 1938 drama? The original title in Britain was “Gas Light” and renamed “Angel Street” in the US.

In 1939, Patrick Hamilton’s thriller ”Gas Light” opened in London, and in 1941 the same play, about a fiendish husband trying to drive his wife insane, opened in New York under the title ”Angel Street.” It was later made into a Hollywood movie, again titled ”Gaslight.”

Something is wrong between the Manningtons. What is it? Who can help? Is Mr. Mannington deliberately trying to drive his wife crazy? Is he gaslighting her?

Show Details:
Oct. 26-29
November 2-5
 
Thurs.-Sat.: 7:30 p.m.
Sundays: 2 pm.
Tickets:
$15 Adults, $5 Youth & BHSU students

LEARN MORE about the play & cast

TOP (L-R): Sandi Nauman, Lauren Fuhr. BOTTOM (L-R) Dwight Myers, Deb Brunette, Tony Diem

Synopsis

The play is set in fog-bound London in 1880 at the lower middle-class home of Jack Manningham and his wife, Bella. At the opening of the drama, Bella is clearly on edge, and the stern reproaches from her overbearing husband. What most perturbs Bella is Manningham’s unexplained disappearances from the house. He will not tell her where he is going, and this increases her anxiety. As the drama unfolds, it becomes clear that Manningham is intent on convincing Bella that she is going insane, even to the point of assuring her she is “imagining” the gas light in the house is dimming. The appearance of a police detective called Rough soon leads Bella to realize that Manningham is responsible for her torment. Rough explains that the apartment above was once occupied by one Alice Barlow, a wealthy woman who was murdered for her jewels but that the murderer never uncovered them.

“Gaslight,” (known in the USA as “Angel Street”) the play and its film adaptations, gave rise to the term “gaslighting” with the meaning “a form of psychological abuse in which false information is presented to the victim with the intent of making him/her doubt his/her own memory and perception.”

“Angel Street” brings Gaslighting to Spearfish | Oct. 26-Nov. 5

 

What deception is going on in the house on Angel Street?

Did you know that the term “gaslighting” was coined from this 1938 drama? The original title in Britain was “Gas Light” and renamed “Angel Street” in the US.

In 1939, Patrick Hamilton’s thriller ”Gas Light” opened in London, and in 1941 the same play, about a fiendish husband trying to drive his wife insane, opened in New York under the title ”Angel Street.” It was later made into a Hollywood movie, again titled ”Gaslight.”

Something is wrong between the Manningtons. What is it? Who can help? Is Mr. Mannington deliberately trying to drive his wife crazy? Is he gaslighting her?

Show Details:
Oct. 26-29
November 2-5
 
Thurs.-Sat.: 7:30 p.m.
Sundays: 2 pm.
Tickets:
$15 Adults, $5 Youth & BHSU students

LEARN MORE about the play & cast

 

Synopsis

The play is set in fog-bound London in 1880 at the lower middle-class home of Jack Manningham and his wife, Bella. At the opening of the drama, Bella is clearly on edge, and the stern reproaches from her overbearing husband. What most perturbs Bella is Manningham’s unexplained disappearances from the house. He will not tell her where he is going, and this increases her anxiety. As the drama unfolds, it becomes clear that Manningham is intent on convincing Bella that she is going insane, even to the point of assuring her she is “imagining” the gas light in the house is dimming. The appearance of a police detective called Rough soon leads Bella to realize that Manningham is responsible for her torment. Rough explains that the apartment above was once occupied by one Alice Barlow, a wealthy woman who was murdered for her jewels but that the murderer never uncovered them.

“Gaslight,” (known in the USA as “Angel Street”) the play and its film adaptations, gave rise to the term “gaslighting” with the meaning “a form of psychological abuse in which false information is presented to the victim with the intent of making him/her doubt his/her own memory and perception.”

“Jazz with Jami Lynn & Guests” Album release

Club Matthews presents the third Jazz Sessions event, “Jazz with Jami Lynn & Guests.” The show is a CD release for “Sparse,” Jami’s first jazz album.

Video: “Holiday Jam” by Jami Lynn

The concert takes place at 7:30 p.m., Friday, Oct. 6 at The Matthews Opera House. 


Cabaret Seating

On the main level, there are white-clothed tables with candles. Bottles of premium wine may be purchased at our bar and enjoyed at your table. These seats are $35 each. Balcony seats are $20 each. For those patrons unable to walk up to the balcony, limited mobility seats are $20 in row “J” on the main floor, just behind the tables.

Show Details:
Friday, October 6, 2017
7:30 p.m.
Tickets:
$35 table seat
$20 balcony seat

APPEARING with JAMI

Andrew Reinartz, upright bass
Joel Shotwell, saxophone
Jim Speirs, trumpet
Jeremy Hegg, keys
Ingrid Lane, violin
JD Fiedler, electric guitar

Learn More about Jami and her new album.

 

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MOH Board Meeting

December 18 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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CLOSED: WINTER HOURS in effect

December 25 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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CLOSED: WINTER HOURS in effect

January 1, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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CLASS: Cyanotype Photography

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