Posted Thursday, October 18, 2012
Dee Perry explores the watercolors of Cleveland's Frank Wilcox in the new exhibit - A Buckeye Abroad - with Case Western Reserve University's Henry Adams. Plus, Charlie Fee explains the inspirations behind a new take on Moliere's classic The Imaginary Invalid. And it's time to tango at CSU as we meet the 'Johnny Appleseed of Tango' - Daniel Trenner.
A Buckeye Abroad:
Frank Wilcox paints Paris and Europe, 1910-1914
On view at Tregoning & Co. now through Saturday, December 1.
Arts and Culture, Dance, History, Theatre
Henry Adams, Case Western Reserve University
Charlie Fee, Great Lakes Theater
Daniel Trenner, dance instructor
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