Greensleeves

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Start Date: Dec 1 2006
Location: Unitarian Universalist Church



GREENSLEEVES 12/1 at 7PM Unitarian Universalist Church in Gloucester

“Greensleeves” is an enchanting portrayal of the many roots of America’s Christmas customs. With songs in five languages, poetry and lore, singer/Celtic harp player Bobbie Wayne brings back a Christmas past. This special Cape Ann performance will provide a welcomed respite from a hectic holiday season, bring to life traditions almost lost and fill the wintry air with song. Bobbie has performed this show to rave reviews in New York, New England, Ohio and Tennessee.

Join us for “Greensleeves.”

December 1st at 7 pm

Benefit for Searts at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 10 Church Street, Gloucester, MA 01930

Tickets: $15 advance at Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce & on line at

www.seARTS.org

$18 at door, $10 seniors/kids under 12

www.SeArts.org – 978-281-0680

“Greensleeves” is a one woman show about the origin of the Christmas celebration, as we know it today. The history is presented as a tale, told in a cozy, candle-lit setting , illustrated with poems, lore and music sung and played upon the Celtic Harp by Bobbie Wayne. Dressed in a medieval-style gown of green velvet, crowned with a wreath of holly, Bobbie takes us on a trip through history, beginning in ancient Rome, encompassing Europe, and the Americas.

Bobbie Wayne works full timein her Gloucester studio as a figurative, animal and land scape painter.