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*Greenbelt Events November 11 – 20

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Live music, movies and more coming up in Greenbelt and nearby towns – all Prince Georges Proud – over the next 10 days.

Friday, November 11

At the New Deal Cafe

Charlie Owen and Pocket Change: legendary rhythm & blues/soul vocalist based for many years in San Francisco, CA, now residing in the Annapolis MD area. (8 to 11pm)

At the Old Greenbelt Theatre

“Banshees of Inisherin” opens. Click for times. Cast:Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, Kerry Condon. On a remote island off the coast of Ireland, Pádraic is devastated when his buddy Colm suddenly puts an end to their lifelong friendship. With help from his sister and a troubled young islander, Pádraic sets out to repair the damaged relationship by any means necessary. However, as Colm’s resolve only strengthens, he soon delivers an ultimatum that leads to shocking consequences.

“Armageddon Time” opens. Click for times. Cast: Anne Hathaway, Jeremy Strong, Michael Banks Repeta, Jaylin Webb. From acclaimed filmmaker James Gray, ARMAGEDDON TIME is a deeply personal coming-of-age story about the strength of family and the generational pursuit of the American Dream. The film features an all-star cast including Anthony Hopkins, Anne Hathaway and Jeremy Strong.

At AMC-8 at Beltway Plaza

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At the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center on the UMD Campus in College Park

As You Like It through 11/18,  7:30 pm. PAY WHAT YOU WISH. Experience William Shakespeare’s classic As You Like It, adapted and directed by Eleanor Holdridge, who returns to the UMD School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies after leading a workshop on Sarah Ruhl’s Orlando in 2021 and directing the production of The Call in 2016. What happens when Rosalind and her cousin escape into the forest to find her love Orlando? Disguised as a boy shepherd, the cheeky Rosalind convinces Orlando to woo her. Find out the hilarious consequences in this timeless tale of love and adventure.

At Joe’s Movement Emporium in Mt. Rainier

The Haunted Boy:  A Rock Opera.Based on the PG County family whose story inspired the book and film “The Exorcist,” this rock opera follows the path of Roland – a boy gone “strange” whose mother, local priest, and psychologist decide to put him and his demons through the formal Catholic rite of exorcism. Sponsored by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Division of MNCPPC. Through November 20. Buy tickets here.

At Holy Redeemer Church in College Park

Saturday, November 12

At the New Deal Cafe

Jill Fulton Band – Powerhouse Country originals, Blues, Classic Rock & Soul (8 to 11pm)

At the Greenbelt Museum

10 a.m. $10. Buy ticket here.

At AMC-8 at Beltway Plaza

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Online from Hyattsville Aging in Place

Corridor Conversation topic: “What’s Music Good for? A Cognitive Scientist’s Perspective” 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm including Q&A. Join Dr. Robert Slevc for a discussion of how music can help our brains. Dr. Slevc is associate professor and associate chair in the University of Maryland Department of Psychology, as well as part of the university’s Program in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science (NACS) and the Maryland Language Science Center. His research focuses on the cognitive mechanisms involved in the processing of language and of music in both normal and brain-damaged populations.To Register
https://hyattsvilleaginginplace.org/programs-and-activities/corridor-conversations/ ;

At the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center

Puccini’s La Boheme through 11/16. 7:30. PAY WHAT YOU WISH. Based on the novel “Scenes de la vie de Bohème” (Scenes of Bohemian Life) by Henry Murger, Giacomo Puccini’s La bohème follows four bohemian roommates struggling to get by in Paris, France. The opera unfolds on a frosty Christmas Eve when fate comes knocking and sets in motion a doomed romance. A gorgeously tragic love story, La bohème features some of the most cherished music in the opera repertoire including “O soave fanciulla” (O lovely girl in the moonlight) and “Che gelida manina” (Your tiny hand is frozen). This opera will be performed in Italian with English supertitles.

Beethoven’s Pastoral” Symphony 8 pm. PAY WHAT YOU WISH. (Also streaming.) Relax into the blissfulness of nature with Ludwig van Beethoven’s celebrated Symphony No. 6 in F major. Referred to as the “Pastoral” Symphony, the work contains five movements with the names “Joyful Feelings Upon Arriving in the Country,” “By the Brook,” “Peasant Merrymaking,” “The Thunderstorm” and “The Shepherd’s Song After the Storm.” The symphony hints at Beethoven’s longing for a simple life in the country, a feeling that became more urgent as he lost his hearing and composing proved more difficult.

At Joe’s Movement Emporium in Mt. Rainier

Tree Songs with Penny’s Puppets 2-3:30 Jasper and his puppet friends take you on an interactive, musical adventure. Sing and dance to your favorite tree songs, while exploring pre-school science. $5. Buy ticket.

Sunday, November 13

At the New Deal Cafe

Deaf Brunch: gathering of Deaf & hearing people on the 2nd and 4th Sunday mornings for socializing and increasing Deaf access to movies, services, and other aspects of living together. We solve problems and take action together. Newcomers are welcome! (10:30am to 12pm)
Michelle Hannan & One Blue Nighta WAMMIE-nominated band from Frederick, MD that’s one the DC area’s fastest rising independent country bands. Michelle’s last album (Cheater’s Waltz), with her husband Jason Hannan and pedal steel guitarist Howard Parker, recently reached number 51 on the FAI Top Albums chart. Michelle & Jason can be heard on WFRE 99.9 Free Country, Sirius XM, and independent radio stations across America. Michelle & Jason are supported by the dynamic instrumental work of Howard Parker (pedal steel & resonator guitar), Dan Macon (bass), and David Lopez (drums).  (6 to 8pm)

At the Greenbelt American Legion

Greenbelt Concert Band performance at 2 pm. Popular selections, as well as some lesser-known. FREE. Access to the Event Hall from the rear parking lot entrance, which is disability-accessible.

At AMC-8 at Beltway Plaza

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Monday, November 14

At the New Deal Cafe

Membership Appreciation Night: Discounts on beer, wine, & appetizers for New Deal Cafe members! (4 to 9pm)

Chess Club
: All ages and experience levels are welcome to come and play!
(6 to 8pm)

Peter Reppert
: local cool cat Peter Reppert takes to the piano to share an evening of jazz music. 
(6 to 8pm) 

At the Old Greenbelt Theatre

“Banshees of Inisherin.” Click for times.

“Armageddon Time.” Click for times.

Tuesday, November 15

At the New Deal Cafe

New Deal Open Mic with Joey Campfire – sign-ups begin at 6:30 pm. Performers will have 2 songs and then an opportunity for a third once everyone on the list has played.  (7 to 9pm)

Wednesday, November 16

At the New Deal Cafe

Pub Quiz – bring your own team, or form one on the spot. We will collect a dollar from each participant, which will be the prize for the winning team.  Come out and test your knowledge on topics from Aardvarks to Zymurgy. See if you can beat the winning team from the last quiz! Hope you can join us! (7 to 9pm)

Thursday, November 17

At the New Deal Cafe

The Potecasi Slade Experience: a funky Blues band whose roots run deep into DMV GoGo and Gospel, with a touch of Rock. Their songs have emotional and moving lyrics with swinging rhythm, so prepare to want to move, whether you’re standing or seated. (7 to 9pm)

Friday, November 18

At the New Deal Cafe

Greenbelt Business Alliance Happy Hour: The Greenbelt Business Alliance provides the business community with resources, networking, training, marketing, and mentoring. This drop-in event is for members and people interested in learning more about this group.(4 to 6pm)

Out of Order: 5-piece rock band from the Baltimore/DC area, playing alternative/modern rock selections (though they’ve been known to throw in a few classic rock, R&B, 80’s-90’s, and current tunes as well). (8 to 11pm)

At the Clarice Smith Performing Art Center on the UMD Campus in College Park

Orlando Consort: Voices  Appeared. Formed in 1988 by the Early Music Network of Great Britain, the Orlando Consort rapidly achieved a reputation as one of Europe’s most expert and consistently challenging groups performing repertoire from the years 1050 to 1550. The Consort’s performances also embrace the spheres of contemporary music and improvisation: to date they have performed more than 30 world premieres and numerous collaborations.
8 pm. PAY WHAT YOU WISH

Saturday, November 19

At the New Deal Cafe and the Old Greenbelt Theatre

Utopia Film FestivalNow in its 18th year, Utopia Film Festival seeks documentaries, feature films, shorts and animation which creatively explore the personal, social, political, cultural and environmental issues which challenge humanity’s never-ending quest for a better world. (10am to 6:30pm)

At the New Deal Cafe

The Grateful Allman Bandthe Summer of Love All Year Long! The music of the Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers, and The Band. Featuring an all-star lineup of some of the best mid-Atlantic regional band players, The Grateful Allman Band revives the music from the venerated Watkins Glen Summer Jam Music Festival.  (8 to 11pm)

Sunday, November 20

At the New Deal Cafe and the Old Greenbelt Theatre

Utopia Film FestivalNow in its 18th year, Utopia Film Festival seeks documentaries, feature films, shorts and animation which creatively explore the personal, social, political, cultural and environmental issues which challenge humanity’s never-ending quest for a better world.  (10am to 6pm)

At the New Deal Cafe

The Rumba Kings – special showing! 7-9 pm. 94 minutes.FREE.

Orleans Express: Formerly Dixieland Express, this band brings the exciting sounds of New Orleans style Dixieland music to the DC area! Its fans are transported to the fun and magic that is the spirit of the Mardi Gras. Great music for both listening and dancing! You’ll leave the cafe smiling and humming familiar melodies. (6 to 8pm)

Monday, November 21

At the New Deal Cafe

“Wandering a Rohingya Story” – FREE special showing, part of the Utopia Film Festival.

On-Going

At the Montpelier Cultural Arts Center in Laurel

Greenbelters Lorraine Aldridge-Ey, Chris Corson, Sally Davies, Rachel Cross and Bill Moats are among the artists featured in Prince George’s County Annual Juried Exhibition through January 6, 2023. Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, 9652 Muirkirk Road in Laurel, MD.

At the Old Bowie Town Grille

Live music Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays – check the calendar.

At the Station at Riverdale Park

Fridays 5-7 pm Summer Concert Series.. Click for details.

At Maryland Meadworks in Hyattsville

For live music and comedy, check the calendar.

At The Hall in College Park

Comedy Open Mic on Wednesdays – and live music Fri-Sundays. Calendar here.

Follow Susan Harris:
“Susan started blogging about Greenbelt soon after moving here in 2012, and that first blog has grown into this nonprofit community website. Retired from garden writing and teaching, she continues to blog at GardenRant.com. In 2021 Susan joined the Board of Directors of Greenbelt Access TV.

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