A new week brings a brand new lineup of awesome live music, hilarious comedy, and wonderful live theater right here in Montgomery County. Check out some of a few favorite events happening this week courtesy of Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY STUDIO TOUR
June 15 – June 16
Across Montgomery County
Each summer the tour showcases the best artists and studios across Montgomery County.
Arts Montco is a proud partner and promoter of this unique and intimate opportunity to provide unlimited access to the artists and a clearer understanding of their stories and creative process. Friends, families, art enthusiasts, and the curious are invited to experience and meet a variety of outstanding artists as they exhibit their work during this free, two-day event!
Over the past two years, over 50 artists and 20 studios have been part of the tour offering a variety of ways for participants to see and collect art. Not an art aficionado? Not a problem. The Montgomery County Studio Tour is not an exclusive club. Just come out and enjoy a weekend of open studios. Aspiring art collector? Plan your weekend and get out early to ensure you have art on your walls by Monday.
Montgomery County Studio Tour makes art affordable for everyone and shows that art can be everywhere. Every artist on the tour is required to create one unique, 6-inch x 6-inch piece of original art to sell for $75 as a “County Collector.” All other artwork is available for sale at full price. Whether this is your first time buying original art or you are a seasoned collector, the tour has something for everyone.
COMEDY CLUB PRESENTS: LOUIS KATZ
Valley Forge Casino Resort
Louis Katz’s comedy deftly combines the highbrow and the lowbrow, creating a style that is truly unique. An internationally headlining comedian, Louis’ numerous television appearances include NBC’s “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” HBO’s “Down & Dirty with Jim Norton,” and most recently, Comedy Central’s “This Is Not Happening.” His own half-hour stand-up special also aired on Comedy Central.
June 7 – June 22
The Village Players of Hatboro
SHOW DATES: June (2019) 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22
Biloxi Blues centers on the experiences of a young army recruit, Eugene Morris Jerome, during World War II. At basic training in Biloxi, Mississippi, Eugene is determined to use his army experiences to help his writing career, and keeps detailed memoirs about his experiences. Eugene and his fellow soldiers-in-training suffer under a hard-nosed drill sergeant, attempt to stomach the terrible army food served up in the mess hall, and bond over an adventure to visit the local prostitute. Along the way, Eugene is forced to learn about authority, danger, sex, assimilation, bigotry, homosexuality and love. In the process, he discovers that life can be both ugly and tender.
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