Monthly Archives: April 2010

Makepeace Brothers Booked into the Source

This from our friends at the Admiral Theatre:

The Source Presents: The Makepeace Brothers

BREMERTON – The Makepeace Brothers will be performing one night only at the Admiral Theatre’s new performing space, The Source, on Wednesday, May 12, 2010 at 7 p.m.  General Admission Tickets are $20.

Known for their timeless and infectious harmonies and breezy “front-porch rifts” which inspire fans to sing and dance, the Makepeace Brothers thrill crowds worldwide. Since completing their international tour, “Music Magic Makepeace” with Atlantic Records recording artist Jason Mraz, the Makepeace Brothers continue to play to enthusiastic audiences around the US, Canada, and the UK. Their extensive catalog of upbeat songs, from their self-titled debut album, including “Things Gonna Wait” and “I Can Always Do It” get fans up and dancing while songs “Hero” and “Lovely” serve as anthems to their message of love, one world, peace, and consciousness.

Tickets and information: (360) 373-6743, admiraltheatre.org. The box office is at 515 Pacific Ave. in downtown Bremerton, and is open from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m., Tuesday through Friday.  The Source is located on Fifth Street around the corner from the Admiral Theatre.

More later …  — MM

Montoya Replaces Stranded Musselwhite at Admiral

Up a few minutes ago at kitsapsun.com:

KITSAP A&E STAFF
Bluesman Charlie Musselwhite, stranded in Europe by the continuing misbehavior of Iceland’s Hekla Volcano, won’t get to Bremerton for his scheduled April 23 concert at the Admiral Theatre.
The theater announced Monday morning that Musselwhite would be a no-show, and would be replaced by California blues guitarist Coco Montoya and his band. Show time and ticket prices remain the same.
Montoya is a 10-year veteran of John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers prior to his solo career. The left-hander — who plays a guitar strung for a right-handed player — learned his blues style from Albert Collins while he was playing drums in Collins’ band in the mid-1970s.
He released his seventh solo CD, “I Want It All Back,” earlier this year.
Information: (360) 373-6743, admiraltheatre.org.

More later …  — MM

It’s an art exhibit! No, it’s a newsstand! Hey, it’s BOTH !!

Call to Artists
Proposals are now being accepted for “The First and Next 75 Years with News in Art,” a celebration of the Kitsap Sun’s 75th anniversary. The mission of prospective artists is to transform a Kitsap Sun newsstand vending machine into a functioning piece of art; 12 proposals will be selected, and the finished newsstands will be on display from July 15 to Aug. 1 at Collective Visions Art Gallery in Bremerton, then be placed into service throughout the Sun’s service area. Portion of sales from these newsstands will benefit designated nonprofit organizations through 2010. Selected artists will receive $100 each to offset material expense, and $1,200 prize money will be awarded. Send statement of interest, with contact information, rough sketch of concept and brief description, to Celebrating/News in Art, Kitsap Sun, 545 Fifth St., Bremerton, WA. 98337. Information: Mike Stevens, (360) 792-3350, mstevens@kitsapsun.com.

Yours (“I don’t know art but I know what I like!”) truly will serve as juror. All bribes accepted ’round back (just kidding) …

More later …  — MM

‘Supernanny’ Wants to Wrangle Your Kids

ABC has announced that the casting team from the reality series “Supernanny” is preparing to invade Washington, looking for families to “star” in Season Six.

The producers are looking for families from every type of background who are ready for “the opportunity of a lifetime — a visit from America’s No. 1 nanny, Jo Frost. In the show, Frost uses her behavioral techniques to teach parents how to control their kids.

Interested moms and dads who need help  with their out-of-control kids — and who think they would look good on television — can apply by calling (323) 904-4680, extension 1025, or e-mailing dtcasting@sbcglobal.net.

Those of you with perfect Stepford Children … never mind.

More later …  — MM

WWCA Announces 2010-11 Season

Western Washington Center for the Arts‘ 2010-11 season will include the Tom Stoppard comedy “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” and the raucous musical “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” according to the WWCA Web site.

The season opens Sept. 24 with the murder mystery “Drop Dead!“, which runs through Oct. 17. “Roald Dahl’s Willie Wonka” will be on stage from Nov. 19 to Dec. 19, followed by “Pump Boys and Dinettes” (Jan. 21 to Feb. 20), “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern” (March 11 to April 3), and “Forum” (April 29 to May 29).

Another big musical,  “Into the Woods,” will be presented during the summer of 2011, but no dates have been announced as yet.

Information: (360) 769-7469, wwca.us.

More later …  — MM