Wednesday, October 19, 2016

WICKED TWIST ON “HANSEL & GRETEL” HELPS TO FIGHT HUNGER IN PRINCETON

Sometimes you have to find yourself...even if the witch is pretty cool...

Lost In The Woods

WHEN: Saturday, October 22nd, at 7:00 pm
WHERE:
Barclay Square at Princeton Forrestal (1900 Barclay Blvd.)
TICKETS: $25 or $40 for two, and kids under 12 are admitted free. There will be a kids’ craft activity (if they can tear themselves away from our onstage antics!) at the Princeton concert (10/22).  More information about tickets and the artists is available at www.amomentformusic.com.

If you came to American Heart, you know that we love to combine a delicious wine with good causes and great music.  This time we’ve taken a wicked twist on Grimm’s Hansel and Gretel, fused it with classical, jazz, and pop songs, and combined it with staged narration.

All ages are welcome to attend Lost In The Woods, where a portion of your ticket purchase will benefit Fisherman’s Mark in Lambertville, an organization that distributed over 175,000 pounds of food last year in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. We will also hold a canned food drive as part of the event.

So bring a beverage and join us for this Halloween-inspired event!

If you miss that, you’ll have a second chance to attend in Lambertville at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church (50 York St) on Sunday October 23rd at 4:00 pm, where we will not have a BYOB or kids’ activity, but will instead be raising a glass after the concert at the Inn of the Hawke (74 S. Union St.), and would love to meet you there!  Suggested donation for October 23rd is also $25 per ticket or $40 for two.