The Center for Arts in Natick

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  • The Center for Arts in Natick

    This show was on Feb 21st, 2017 | 22 people watched
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  • Deborah Henson-Conant: Lose Your Blues!

    This show was on Feb 18th, 2017 | 74 people watched
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    • 4d
      What was your favorite part of the performance? This was a concert not to be missed. Exquisite! I loved almost every minute of it, but my favorites were the "Sous-Chef", "Balinda" (sp?), "Nightingale" and the birthday song, not necessarily in that order. Deborah has such a unique combo of musical talent, comedy, and stage presence combined with accessibility and vulnerability...so sweet. You lucked out to have her in Massachusetts. I'm going to try and bring her to Wisconsin for a show like that. Thanks for putting this on. It was truly a lovely gift to be able to watch on the livestream. You all did a great job!
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      What was rt of the performance?Deborah's interaction with the audience was wonderful.Her birthday song was sweet, and her harp history very good.She's amazing on the harp!
    • 4d
      I was unable to receive the stream for the show. There would be a 3 second feed and then a frozen screen and reload attempt. I tried two different browsers, restarted my computer, and did everything in the FAQ! REALLY DISAPPOINTED as I am a student of DHC in her Harness Your Muse program and needed to see her do some things I'm trying to learn. Glad this wasn't a problem for everyone. Teddy Jones
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The Natick Center Cultural District’s majestic, neo-gothic architecture serves as a visually impressive historic platform for the district’s numerous cultural offerings including its major cultural anchor, The Center for Arts in Natick (TCAN). In 2003, TCAN opened its doors in downtown – following an impassioned rescue mission by a group of local citizens and the thoughtful restoration of... more

The Natick Center Cultural District’s majestic, neo-gothic architecture serves as a visually impressive historic platform for the district’s numerous cultural offerings including its major cultural anchor, The Center for Arts in Natick (TCAN). In 2003, TCAN opened its doors in downtown – following an impassioned rescue mission by a group of local citizens and the thoughtful restoration of Natick’s historic (c. 1875) Central Fire Station on Summer Street – into the premier performing arts center in the MetroWest Boston area. TCAN draws nearly 20,000 attendees to its 300 performances, classes, lectures, film programs, and art exhibitions each year, all staged in an intimate 270-seat performance space.

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