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Cloak & Dagger On the Air: Eulogy
Admission by DonationClick here to donate via Paypal Please join us next Saturday evening, May 29, 2021 at 7:00 pm for a Memorial Day-themed program by the Ohio Valley Cloak & Dagger Company featuring live radio drama involving a variety of stories honoring the sacrifice of our servicemen and women throughout the ages, including “Untitled” by Norman Corwin* and “Lonely Eagles,” an original play by Pete Fernbaugh about the Tuskegee Airmen, along with adaptations of “A Horseman in the Sky” by Ambrose Bierce, “The War Prayer” by Mark Twain, and “The Voice of Company A,” by Michael Frost. Cloak & Dagger On the Air: Eulogy is presented by The Ohio Valley Cloak & Dagger Company and stars Chris Carter, Bethany Fernbaugh, Pete Fernbaugh, David Gaudio, Robert Gaudio, Noah Hilton, Nancy Longo, Karissa Martin, and John E. Reilly. Special guest stars are Rev. Rudy and Rosie McAllister and honorary Tuskegee Airman Ambrose Bolling. Classical pianist Roberta Fedoush will present a score comprised of original and traditional pieces. Doors open at 6:30 pm, and R.J. Gaudio - Troubadour will perform a half-hour set of classic folk and pop music. We will be livestreaming the program from the Museum's Facebook page, and in-person admission is by donation, which helps both the Museum and Cloak & Dagger cover the costs of this production. You can always donate via Paypal at https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/weirtonareamuseum. If possible, please let us know in advance that you will be attending. Reservations can be made by calling 304-224-1909. *This production of “Untitled” is presented with permission from the Norman Corwin Estate.
Paint & Sip at the Museum
Wheeling's Polonia: Reconstructing Polish Community in a WV Steel Town
Bill Beatty: Uniform & Undercover Stories, Vol. II
Cardmaking with Susan O'Neill
Christmas in July Sidewalk Sale
Free Admission Please join us as we celebrate Christmas in July with a sidewalk sale organized by the Weirton Area Chamber of Commerce. Both indoor and outdoor, it's free to come and browse all the wonderful art, soaps, books, and other gifts in our Museum store!