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Take a trip down memory lane at "A Sign of the Times," a new exhibit at Lowell's Brush Art Gallery and Studios on Market Street. On view now through March 11, the exhibit taps into the past with its mixture of Americana, typography, vintage styles and designs that offer up an array of work that is nostalgic and original.   Read More >>
 
WORLD PREMIERE: Playwright Jack Neary s new black comedy Trick or Treat has its world premiere at Northern Stage at the Barrette Center for the Ar ts, White River Junction, Vt., Jan. 18- Feb. 5. Neary wrote the play for Emmy Award- winning actor Gordon Clapp, best known for his 12 seasons as Detective Greg Medavoy in the TV series NYPD Blue.   Read More >>
 
It's show time for 28 local teens and tweens who are appearing in Cannon Theatre's production of Disney's "The Aristocats Kids" at its location at 410 Great Road, Littleton. Performances are Jan. 20, 21, 27, and Feb.   Read More >>
 
listings For details on these and more list-ings, visit whatdoUwannado. com.  ART/EXHIBITS  Addison Gallery of American Art — Phillips Academy, 3 Chapel Ave., Andover: Eye on the Collection, through March 19; Taking Shape: Sculpture at the Addison, through March 19.   Read More >>
 
Sparks fly, as George and Martha fight like cats and dogs this month at Lyric Stage Company of Boston in Edward Albee's towering masterpiece "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" The classic drama about a marriage on the rocks plays the Copley Square venue Jan.   Read More >>
 
For details on these and more list-ings, visit whatdoUwannado. com. ART/EXHIBITS Chelmsford Center for the Arts: 1 North Road, Portals; hours are Sat. and Sun., 1-4 p..m., or by appointment. Addison Gallery of American Art Phillips Academy, 3 Chapel Ave.   Read More >>
 
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ACTON -- The Discovery Museums will receive a 2017 Commonwealth Award from The Massachusetts Cultural Council.   Read More >>
 
Still stressing over last minute gifts for family and friends? Head to downtown Lowell to shop locally and find something unique and different from the run-of-the-mill stuff at the mall.   Read More >>
 
(Peter Nachtrieb is the playwright of our upcoming world premiere "The Making of a Great Moment," this appears in the program as the Artistic Director notes.)   Read More >>
 
The Concord Museum is decked out for the holidays with its annual Family Trees: A Celebration of Children's Literature on view through Jan. 2. Two special events take place this weekend in conjunction with the display of 40 fancifully decorated holiday trees, inspired by children's literature favorites and on view throughout the museum's galleries and hallways.   Read More >>
 
 

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