The Complete History of Comedy (Abridged)

Reduced Shakespeare Company®

The Complete History of Comedy (Abridged)

Wednesday, April 19th 7PM

Tickets to The Complete History of Comedy (abridged) are far more affordable than tickets to an amusement park, but you’ll come away with the same feeling of nausea and motion sickness. From cavemen telling “Rock Rock” jokes to Will Smith upset at Chris Rock’s jokes and everything in-between, the bad boys of abridgement leave no joke untold as they deconstruct the entire history of comedy in 90 rollicking minutes.

Mosaic Class

Instructor: Nell Trask

This class is for all levels, no experience working with glass required. Students will complete a glass mosaic artwork which is perfect for indoor display! This design will utilize a repurposed picture frame as the base for building and grouting your very own glass mosaic. Projects are intended to be finished in-class and be able to be taken home at the end of class. For students who may need extra time, a make-up grouting session will be held on June 17th at 10:00am.

Blooms at the Buell

You are invited to the second annual Blooms at the Buell event! Celebrate a special lady in your life by painting a flower pot in Artrageous and choosing a flower from our pop-up Flower Shop. Not only is this event celebrating the special women in our lives, but it will also be the final hurrah for our spring exhibit, “What’s the Buzz? The Life of the Honey Bee”.


We will also feature a garden talk by local beekeepers at Boley’s Bee Haven. Come Celebrate the beauty of spring at the Buell Children’s Museum!

4-H Bee Talk

Returning to the Magic Carpet Theater stage is Logan Thielbar, local 4-H student, to give his second presentation about honey bees. This half-hour lecture will provide our guests with lots of fun facts about the honey bee that are also present throughout our spring exhibit. 

Wine Class - Three Levels of California Cabernet Sauvignon

This class will compare the Cabernet grape from three different areas in California. One will be from California, one from a specific area within California (i.e. Napa or Sonoma), and one from a sub-region within the specific area (i.e. Oakville). We will narrow the focus of region and how it affects the quality of wine. This will be all red wines, and start as a blind tasting. Will you be able to tell which wine is which? And does the less-costly wine taste better than the most expensive of the group?

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