“This may be the only circus you’ll ever see that includes a Popsicle-eating contest and an act performed entirely in sleeping bags… Flip FabriQue projects an irrepressible spirit of fun and, yes, it’s catching.” -The New York Times
Hailed by The New York Times for its “irrepressible spirit of fun,” award-winning circus troupe Flip FabriQue showcases acrobatic antics and thrills in a stunning, gravity-defying performance. This unique theatrical event combines spectacular stunts, a one-of-a-kind “trampowall,” and side-splitting humor for an evening of family fun you won’t want to miss!
“Theirs is a pulse-racing performance like no other… slick, clever, funny, and amazing.” -Hereford Times
“Quite simply, mind blowing.” -The Sussex Newspaper
Direct from a hit season in London’s West End, five world-class illusionists take the stage for a spectacular night of mystery sure to keep you guessing. From incredible mind-reading and stunning close-up magic to daring large-scale illusions, they’ve amazed audiences worldwide, with appearances on shows like “Penn & Teller: Fool Us,” “A Quest For Magic,” and “Caught On Camera With Nick Cannon.” Witness the impossible, including disappearances, levitation, teleportation, and more in a jaw-dropping performance for the whole family.
“If you see one comedian…this is the one!” -Adelaide Sunday Mail
Every so often, something magical reminds us that we all have an inner child yearning to be entertained. Through wry, charming humor and hilarious mime, this “America’s Got Talent” finalist has created an international phenomenon that must be seen up close and personal. You’ll laugh, you’ll scream, you’ll ultimately end up like Tape Face himself: lost for words.
Filmmakers from around the region had only 72 hours to make a movie. Students, amateurs, and professional filmmakers alike compete for awards and prizes. Every entry premieres on Friday night, with finalists, surprises, and awards on Saturday night.
Support local film and screen artists and vote for your favorite to win the Audience Choice! If it’s your first 72, come out Saturday night. If you want to see everything come both evenings.
$12.00 – One-day pass
$17.00 – Two-day pass
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NEW for 2017: For the first time, join us for a sneak peek of a feature film produced by a 72 Film Fest contestant: Sisterhood of Girls Who Won’t Date Me: “When sheepish high school senior Luke Modeno finds out that all of the girls at school have taken a secret oath not to date him, he must discover why. But his search for answers reveals some dark secrets about the school and the students there.”
“Remember, you may have to grow old, but you don’t have to mature.”
After 20 years on TV’s “Possum Lodge” as the infamous handyman who believes that “anything is possible if you use enough duct tape,” comedian Red Green is at it again. Don’t miss as the laugh-a-minute mainstay known worldwide for his humor, insight, and wisdom explores life and the people one encounters along the way… with a few side trips!
Just announced! Cultural and civic icon Jerry Springer will host this engagement of The Price Is Right Live™ …will we see you there?
The Price Is Right Live™ is the hit interactive stage show that gives eligible individuals the chance to “come on down!” Play classic games from television’s longest-running and most popular game show, from Plinko™ to Cliffhangers™, The Big Wheel™, and even the fabulous Showcase. Prizes may include appliances, vacations, and possibly a new car! If you’re a fan of The Price Is Right™, there’s no doubt you’ll love this exciting, on stage extravaganza.
“One of the greatest singers of all time.” -Rolling Stone
Relive the glory days of the girl-group era with the legendary voice behind hundreds of chart-toppers, including “He’s a Rebel,” “(Today I Met) the Boy I’m Gonna Marry,” and “Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home).” Hailed by Rolling Stone as “one of the greatest singers of all time,” rock ‘n roll icon Darlene Love combines the familiar sounds of the past with her latest and greatest hits.
“Harmonies to rival Simon & Garfunkel.” –Entertainment Weekly
Born and raised in New York City, the three Bailen siblings and their closest childhood friend bring their family jam sessions to the Weinberg stage. With “vocal harmonies to rival Simon and Garfunkel” (Entertainment Weekly) and influences ranging from classical opera to James Taylor, their pop-infused folk tunes are sure to strike a chord with fans of all tastes.
Recommended for grades K-5 in connection with the FCPS language arts curriculum.
Five beloved children’s stories come to life in an exciting musical revue! From “Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa School Days” to “Interrupting Chicken,” “Mercy Watson Goes for a Ride,” and contemporary classics like “The Dot,” join the adventure and delve into your favorite storybooks.
The smARTS Series presents weekday performances for students! All FCPS reservations must be made through the FCPS Elementary VPA office. Tickets are required for homeschool groups of less than 25 and the general public. Download a smARTS Series brochure.
“Detailed, strongly conceived and powerful in its music, singing and songs, Rhiannon Giddens’s Freedom Highway will get to you, and stick with you.” –The Wall Street Journal
“Freedom Highway is full of songs [that] sound like they’ve been lurking around the American subconscious for centuries, passed along by oral tradition or via song collectors and academics until they found their way to this particular singer, to this particular album, to this particular moment in history.” –Uncut
Acclaimed singer-songwriter, banjo player, and fiddler Rhiannon Giddens brings her prodigious voice and fierce spirit to Frederick once again. Co-founder of the GRAMMY®-award winning Carolina Chocolate Drops and a fan favorite on CMT’s “Nashville,” this powerhouse musician returns to the Weinberg stage in celebration of her latest release, “Freedom Highway.” Don’t miss as original, traditional, and civil rights-era songs combine in an emotionally-charged musical exploration of history.
Join us for a 6:30pm pre-show lecture exploring the importance of music in African American history by Dr. Terry Scott of Hood College’s M.A. Humanities program.