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All Ages, Entirely Free Appalachian Music Week July 30 – August 3 at Stuart’s

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July 30 through August 3 Stuart’s Opera House will be offering an entirely free, inter-generational Appalachian music week, featuring workshops for various Appalachian instruments, a free lunch with vegan and vegetarian options, open jam sessions, and much more. The week is a result of a collaboration between Stuart’s Opera House, the Nelsonville Public Library, and… Read More

Stuart’s Performing Arts Camp to Culminate With Public Performances

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“Spolier alert: it’s very moving; there’s a lot of weeping, from the adults,” said Emily Prince, the arts education director at Stuart’s Opera House, in an interview with WOUB in reference to the deeply endearing performing arts performances coming to the stage at Stuart’s on Friday, June 29. The series of dramatic performances and songs… Read More

Nelsonville Music Festival 2018: WOUB’s Playlist

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May 31-June 3 will mark the 2018 edition of the Nelsonville Music Festival on the grounds of Robbins Crossing in Nelsonville. Headliners include none other than George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, The Decemberists, Ani DiFranco, and The Black Angels. Although there are still more acts to be announced, it’s about time that you get to… Read More

ABC Player’s Production of ‘Auntie Mame’ Coming to Stuart’s May 3-5


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In this side-splitting comedy, New York socialite Miss Mame Dennis attracts a parade of sophisticated and stimulating New Yorkers to her apartment at 3 Beekman Place: publishers, artists, writers, educators, and holy men. When Edwin, Mame’s brother in Chicago, dies, leaving his ten-year-old son, Patrick, in her care, Mame bounds into the role of parenting… Read More

PHOTOS: Bob Boilen’s Showcase at Stuart’s Opera House


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On Friday, April 13 NPR’s Bob Boilen showcased performances by Julie Bryne, River Whyless, and Valerie June in Nelsonville’s historic Stuart’s Opera House. The program was put on in collaboration with the Ohio University Scripps College of Communications, the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, the School of Media Arts and Studies, and WOUB Public Media. Check out… Read More