Interested in going on the Gulfshore Playhouse Trip on January 30th to see "The Revolutionist"?
One or Two Spots Have Opened Up!
Register Online or call the LLI Office at 941-637-3533 to secure the last spots for this exciting trip!
Liberte, egalite...sororite. In the chaos of the French Revolution, anything can happen...especially laughter. Against the backdrop of France's Reign of Terror, former Queen Marie Antoinette, assassin Charlotte Corday, playwright Olympe de Gouges, and spy Marianne Angelle form an unlikely alliance. Written by the most popular playwright in America, this explosive comedy puts a modern twist on history as these women fight for equality and freedom and leave an indelible mark on history in their wake. A woman's perspective, smart, funny and fits so perfectly in the moment we now live in.
*This matinee performance includes a pre-performance discussion with one of Naples' respected historians. Fees include comfortable coach transportation, tickets for performance, pre-performance discussion, gratuities and a fabulous lunch at Naples' Seasons 52. Choose one of three main courses! Meet at the FSW Cafeteria, Building O, from 10:15 - 10:25 am. The bus will leaves FSW Charlotte campus promptly at 10:30 am and return by 6:45 pm. Complimentary water and snacks will be served on the return trip. Cost: Non-Members $130.00, FRIENDS $115.00 & PATRONS $105.00
Tuesdays, Jan 22nd at 10:00am in Rm C103 “Three Terrific Sports Novels” with Joan Mountford
Wednesday, January 23rd at 10:00am in Rm C103 “Sports, Leisure, and Entertainment in Early Punta Gorda” with Theresa Murtha
Thursday, January 24th at 10:00 am in Rm C103 “The Women of the Koreshan Unity Settlement” with Elizabeth Brown
"Behind the Notes" with Maestro Ponti FSW Auditorium - Jan 25th at 4:00 pm
JANUARY 25, 2019 Glinka | Ruslan and Lyudmila: Overture Bruch | Concerto, Violin, No.1, op.26, G minor GUEST ARTIST: Jeffrey Multer, Brahms | Symphony No. 4, op. 98 Violinist Jeffrey Multer, a native of upstate New York, made his Kennedy Center debut in 1993 and has performed with orchestras throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. He has continued his devotion to teaching throughout his international performance career. Price: $20.00