Arts and Leisure
The Four Cohans Opens Thursday at Embassy Theatre PDF Print E-mail
Arts and Leisure - Arts and Leisure
Written by Trish Morgan   
Thursday, 06 July 2017 08:01
CUMBERLAND, MD - Broadway's Tony-nominated Mark Baker of Manhattan and Cumberland will be directing and starring in this weekend's "The Four Cohans" - set for Thursday through Saturday7:30 pm and Sunday2:30 pm at Embassy Theatre.
Also starring are Don Stephens as the Music Director, Trish Morgan, Larry McGreevy and Jennifer Webster, and featuring Amy Clise, Ryan Maust, Beth Clise, Kyle Vogtman, Raven Malone and Karl Vogtman.
Some of the songs featured in the production will be "All Aboard For Broadway", "In The Shade of the Old Apple Tree", "Mansion of Aching Hearts", "Over There", "Longing for Old Broadway", and a variety of George M. Cohan tunes.
Admission is $10 per person, with ...
Cumberland Pride Fest Coming to Downtown- and More PDF Print E-mail
Arts and Leisure - Arts and Leisure
Written by Becky McClarran   
Thursday, 06 July 2017 07:59

What’s Happening in Downtown Cumberland


Cumberland Pride Festival – Sunday, July 9


Shop Local! Put Your Money Where Your Heart Is


Love the Local! Support Your Local Businesses


Downtown Cumberland Farmer’s Market - 9:30 am – 1 pm. The Downtown Cumberland Farmer’s Market runs every Thursday from May – October.


Cumberland Pride Festival is in its FIRST year in 2017! This year’s festival takes place Sunday, July 9, from 11 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in downtown Cumberland on the mall. Local businesses, performers, and organizations are coming together to celebrate the LGBTQ community in and near the Cumberland area. Members of the LGBTQ community, as well as ...

Toasted Goat Winery to Host Opening Artist Reception PDF Print E-mail
Arts and Leisure - Arts and Leisure
Written by Kristin Kehrwald   
Thursday, 06 July 2017 07:55

MarissaFrostburg resident Marissa Turner explores themes of renewal in her upcoming art show at the Toasted Goat Winery located at 10 E. Main Street in Frostburg. An opening reception for Turner will be held on Friday, July 7 from 6:00-9:00 PM. All are welcome to attend.


Turner returned to painting after a 14-year hiatus. "My last art show was in Rockville, Maryland," explained London-born Turner. "Over the last few years, I began to re-explore my own creativity as my children have grown older. I feel as though I've experienced a renewal." 


Turner credits the book, "Life, Paint and Passion," for her love of abstract painting. "That book gave me permission to view art as play," confided Turner. "I use my fingers, experiment with flicking and splattering ...

The Chinese Bandits to Perform, Rescheduled Corvettes on Display in Downtown Cumberland on Friday PDF Print E-mail
Arts and Leisure - Arts and Leisure
Written by Steven Leyh   
Friday, 30 June 2017 07:58

The Cumberland Comes Alive concert series welcomes The Chinese Bandits to Bands on the Bricks on Fridayevening June 30. The band will be performing at the First Peoples Community Federal Credit Union Stage at Historic City Center located at the corner of Liberty & Baltimore Streets at 6:30 pm. The performance is free of charge, but seating is limited, so don’t forget your folding lawn chair.


The Chinese Bandits formed in 1973. The original group included Charles Maddy, guitar and vocals; Greg Green, saxophone; Dick Mongold, bass guitar and vocals; Terry Workman, keyboards; and Paul Gallagher, percussion. Maddy, Mongold and Workman have played together since 1963 as the Envaders.


Based in Cumberland, the Chinese ...

Our Town Theatre to Present Summer Monologues PDF Print E-mail
Arts and Leisure - Arts and Leisure
Written by Our Town Theatre   
Friday, 30 June 2017 07:55

Our Town Theatre will be presenting Summer Monologues in July at the Historical Society gazebo in downtown Oakland. Each Saturday, starting on July 8, at noon, a different actor or actors will present monologues from Ghost Walk productions by Jane Avery and various other authors. Actors include Brittney Hostutler, Sue Lisantti, Liam Elmlinger, Charlie Wroten, Savannah Hamilton, and Cory Stieringer. More information will be posted on our website,, and across our social media accounts. OTT is funded in part by the GCAC and the MSAC.


Page 3 of 131

What's Happening?