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Editor's Note: James Gebhart, Chair of the 2010 CPSP Plenary, provided the information below about the various activities and events that will be available during the CPSP Plenary held April 11-13, 2010. An exciting city hosting an exciting CPSP Celebration. Don't miss out on this historic event. Register NOW!! -Perry Miller, Editor.
Registrants and/or members of their families may want to choose from
a number of events occurring in downtown Columbus during the 2010 Plenary.
All events are from two to six blocks away from the Columbus Renaissance, site of
the Plenary. They include the following:
April 9. NHL Hockey. Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Detroit Red Wings. 7 P.M. Nationwide Arena. The Arena District is ALIVE on hockey night. Tickets at Columbus Blue Jackets.
April 9-11. Contemporary American Theatre Company. World premiere of “Pierce to the Soul”, about the life of Elijah Pierce, son of a Mississippi slave, who settled in Columbus in the 1900’s to become a preacher, a barbershop owner, and later a celebrated American folk artist. Times: April 9 and 10, 8 P.M.; April 11, 2 P.M. Tickets at Vernon Riffe Center for Government and the Arts.
April 10-11. Columbus Symphony. The Firebird by Stravinsky; Prayer Bells and Alleluia by Augusta Road Thomas; Gloria by Poulenc. At the famous Ohio Theatre, a National Historic Landmark, a Spanish Baroque Palace of 1926 now completely restored. Times: April 10, 8 P.M.; April 11 3 P.M. Tickets at Columbus Symphony,
April 10-11. Promusica. Beethoven Sympony #3, The Eroica. Hayden Concerto in C for Flugelhorn. Trumpet virtuoso Sergei Nakarakov joins Promusica for an evening of unmatched energy. Palace Theatre, restored 1920’s theatre. Tickets at Columbus Promusica.
April 13. Dance Brazil. For over 30 years this dance troupe has thrilled audiences with its dazzling artistry, inspired by the cultural tapestry of Brazil. The performance is a unique fusion of Afro-Brazilian movement, traditional dance/martial arts form which evolved as a means of fighting enslavement. At the historic Ohio Theatre. Tickets at Ohio Theatre.
April 13. The Harlem Globe Trotters. In Columbus during their national tour. Nationwide Arena, 7 P.M. Tickets at Nationwide Arena.
Posted by Perry Miller, Editor at March 2, 2010 10:47 PM
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