Arts and Entertainment

Music and comedy at PAFAC

Enter Stage Left's final three performances are at 7:30 p.m. Fridays through April in the Webster House at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, 1203 E. Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles. On Friday, April 16, Zorina Wolf performs solo on a variety of percussive instruments of African and Asian origins and in counterpoint with partner Terry Craven. She also engages the audience to participate in basic TaKeTiNa techniques using just the voice and body.

On Friday, April 23, guitarist/composer Paul Chasman and other musicians perform selections from the music score for feature film "The Last of Us." The film tells the story of a Jewish family living in pre-World War II Eastern Europe.

The Beaver Hill Follies of 2010 concludes the series on Friday, April 30. Freshman city councilman and stage impresario Max Mania and a cast of resident thespians perform original skits inspired by comedic stars from bygone eras, including the Marx Brothers, Jack Benny, Fred Allen and Bob & Ray.

A $5 donation is suggested for each event.

PAFAC also features peninsula artists with the Strait Art exhibit through April.

Contact 457-3532, pafac@olypen.com, or www.pafac.org.



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