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    Opelika Center For The Performing Arts

    Join us for a performance in the the Opelika Center for the Performing Arts, an 1100 seat hall that has been host to none other than twenty-two international orchestras including The National Symphony Orchestra and the Alabama Symphony, fifty nationally touring Broadway productions including “Annie,” “In the Heights,” and “South Pacific“, nine performances of the New York City Opera National Company, twenty-one major ballet and dance companies including Paul Taylor Dance Company and David Parsons Dance, and twenty-one jazz celebrities and popular entertainers including Shirley Horn, John PizarelliRoseanne Cash, and The 5 Browns.

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    The Arts Association of East Alabama is pleased to announce All Things Mockingbird, a special double bill of events at The Cultural Center of East Alabama, anticipating the upcoming July 14 release of Harper Lee’s new book, Go Set a Watchman.

    On Monday, June 29, beginning at 5:30, the Arts Association will host a Wine and Cheese featuring Wayne Flynt, Alabama historian and friend of “Nelle” Lee, and his thoughts on the coming-to-light of this unexpected new manuscript in the context of the world-wide success of To Kill a Mockingbird. Admission is free.

    Then, on Tuesday, June 30, at 7 p.m., the Arts Association will present Alabama natives and Nashville singer-songwriters, Pamela Jackson and Davis Raines, in From Watermelon Wine to Mockingbird, a Concert Celebrating the Poetry of Southern Music, with Alabama author Frye Gaillard. Admission is $10 in advance by calling AAEA at 334.749.8105, or at the door.