6 THINGS NOT TO MISS THIS MONTH






Publication: Today's Woman
Author: Patton, Gioia
Date published: February 1, 2012

1 Douglas & Alexandre it Lora with Dudu Maia

CLIFTON CENTER

Extraordinary Brazilian guitarist and composer Douglas Lora is one-half of the celebrated Brasil Guitar Ouo and a member of the choro and samba band Caraivana, which moves easily between the classical, pop and world music. Choro is the Brazilian musical style which represents the coming together of European melodic and harmonic traditions with African rhythms and sensibilities. Emerging in Brazil in the middle of the 1 9th century, Choro is a cousin of jazz, with a sense of yearning that is often described as a "sweet lament." For this special Louisville performance, Lofa will perform on a seven-string guitar with two of his Caraivana bandmates - his brother, Alexandre Lora (percussion), and Dudu Maia ??-string mandolin.)

WHEN * February 1 6 ? 7:30pm WHERE at* Clifton Center's Elfler Theatre, 21 17 Payne St. TICKETS * $13 &$ 15 COKTACT * www.diftoncenter.org or purchase in person at Carmichael's Bookstore, 2720 Frankfort Ave. For further information call 502.896.6950.

- Gioia Pattori

#2 The Gin Game

BUNBURY THEATRE

The Gin Game by D. L. Coburn premiered on Broadway in 1977, starring real-life married actors, Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy. An immediate hit, the play garnered four Tony Award nominations and the following year was awarded The Pulitzer Prize for Best Drama. The last time Bunbury Theatre produced this play was in 1991 at its then 7th Street location.

Juergen K. Tossmann, Bunbury's director and artistic director, remarked: "The Gin Game is a play that has spoken to me for over 30 years, and is as relevant today as it was when it was written. As a member of the baby boom generation, I can truly relate to the issues presented in Cobum's play and I'm sure our authences will as well."

. . .,extremely intelligent. . . fine bittersweet comedy. . . Funny, sad, profane, eloquent, touching, beautiful.

- WABC-TV.

WHEN: * February 10-26 matinee and evening performances WHERE * The Henry Clay, 604 South Third St. TICKETS * General Admission: $21, seniors age 65 & over: $18 CONTACT * www.bunburytheatfe.org or call 502.585.5306

- Gioia Patton

#3 The Dark Side of the Wall

The Louisville-based band fne Dark Side of the Wall delivers an uncanny tribute to the studio and live sound of Pink Floyd (circa 1967-83) using vintage equipment to transport the authence back in time. Along with the detailed and accurate sound, the band incorporates intelligent lighting and video production to create an immersing three-hour multimedia experience.

WHEN * February 19@8pm WHERE * The Brown Theatre TICKETS * $25 and $30 CONTACT * Kentucky Center box office in person, call 502.584.7777 or visit www.kentuckycefiter.org. Visit access@kentuckycenter.org for information about the range of accessibility services offered. _ Gioia Patton

Make Some Jewelry

Learn about the tools and techniques to create bracelets, necklaces, and pendants from tactile materials.

WHEN * February 18, 10:30am-12:30pm WHERE * American Printing House for the Blind, 1839 Frankfort Avenue TICKETS * Free (space is limited) CONTACT * 502.899.2213 by February 16 to register and log on to www.aph.org for more information.

Love Among the Trees

Treat your sweetheart to a candlelit dinner catered by Jarfi's at the Bemheim Forest Visitor Center. The dinner includes appetizers, a cash bar, music and dandng. An overnight stay at the Bemheim lodge will be auctioned off.

WHEN * February 11-127-1 Opm WHERE * Bernheim Forest's Visitor Center in Clermont, KY TKKETS * Bemheim members: $120 per couple & non-members: $150 per couple. CONTACTS 502.955.851 2 for more information or to make your reservation.

#4 Reflections: Murder in a Hall of Mirrors

WHODUNNIT, INC OF KY.

Meet Otto Bales, the most evil villain ever to set foot on a Whodunnit stage! But did he commit this shocking murder, or is he being set up? You are on the jury that decides, Reflections introduces new crime solver Morgan Farewell - and there's a link to the Dr. Angus MacCrimmon saga!

WHEN * Saturday evenings, February 1 1 thru March 31 , plus a special Valentine's Day show WHERE * The Hyatt Regency Louisville, 320 West Jefferson Street TICKETS * $43.95, which includes dinner, show, tax and gratuity. Discounts apply for groups of 6 or more. Advance reservations required. A walk-on role as the court bailiff is available on specific nights - call for more info. CONTACT * 502.426.7100 or visit www.whodunnittky.com

- Gioia Patton

#5

Who's the Cutest of Them All?

Starting February 9, Today's Family wants to know which baby you think should be on the June/July cover of the magazine. Go to www.todaysfamilymag.com for more details. Voting ends on March 15. The contest is sponsored by Derby City Perfiatiit Dentistry.

#6

Win Tickets to a Fashion Show

You could win tickets to the Baptist Hospital Foundation's Pearls & Pumps fashion show happening on February 1 1 at the Olmsted. The New York style fashion snow and brunch will focus on raising awareness about minimally invasive surgery being an option for women. Enter starting February 3. Go to www.facebook.com/todayswomanmagazine Tor details.

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