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CJMiller Art presents 2 great tastes that taste great together!

CJMiller Art No Comments April 10, 2015

We’ve heard from a lot of people that the last-minute rescheduling of CJMiller’s ‘resonate’ reception last month due to ice storms wreaked havoc with their ability to attend.  We understand.  The weather was such a mess!  We had a blast with those of you who were able to attend but it wasn’t the blow-out audience that typifies our events.  So ….

We’re having a redo! 

Plus, we’re throwing in a new twist:  It’s “two great tastes that taste great together” night at WaterTower Theatre!

So if you missed Chris’ first reception – or even if you didn’t! – we hope you’ll join us for complimentary cocktails in the lobby of the theatre on Friday, May 1, from 6:30 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.   Then, if you’ve always wanted to see Chris’ extremely talented partner, Terry Martin, in a live production, this is your chance! Terry will be starring as Joe Keller (aka “the bad guy”) in WaterTower’s production of Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons.”

Chris will be on hand to answer any of your questions about the ‘resonate’ series and to introduce you to his new pieces. Then you’ll be conveniently situated to either enjoy dinner at one of Addison’s many delectable restaurants, or you can stay at the theatre to see Terry in action.

The drinks are on us but you’ll have to order your show tickets directly from WaterTower – they’re going fast so order soon!  It’s not necessary to RSVP – invitation’s aren’t required – but if you’re planning to attend, let us know and we’ll send you complimentary drink vouchers ahead of time.  Then come and have a great time with us!

 

 


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