WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GO

PERFORMANCES AND SPECIAL EVENTS

 

Sunset Pier — Music and more. 0
Duval St., Key West. Info: 305-296-7701.

Sunset Series at the Amp —
Coffee Butler Amphitheater, Truman
Waterfront Park, 21 E. Quay Road, Key
West. Limited capacity audiences are
welcomed back to the Coffee Butler
Amphitheater series featuring live
music, local artisans, food vendors and
a Key West sunset. The series will continue every Saturday from 5 to 9 p.m.
through Nov. 28. 305-985-0433,

Tickets available at www.keywest
concertseries.com.

¦ The Happy Dog Band — Nov. 21.

¦ Rolando Rojas & the All Star Band
Nov. 28.

¦ 38 Special — Dec. 11.

Fridays at the Gardens Hotel —

Part of the Key West International Guitar Festival, featuring classical guitar
with Mateo, 5-7 p.m. Fridays, The Gardens Hotel, 526 Angela St., Key West;
305-294-2661 or www.mateoguitar.com.

Key West Theater — 512 Eaton
St., Key West. Social-distancing measures currently in place. All performances subject to change. Call before
you attend. Info: 305-985-0433 or www.
thekeywesttheater.com.

¦ Antsy McClain and the Trailer
Park Troubadours — 8 p.m. Nov. 19.
Ages 21+.

¦ Zack Seemiller: Rockstar Comedian — 8 p.m. Nov. 27. Ages 21+.

¦ Sinatra’s “That’s Life” Concert — 8
p.m. Dec. 11. Ages 21+.

¦ “Over the Rainbow” — 2 p.m. Dec.
13. All ages.

¦ Holiday Spectacular — 6 p.m. Dec.
13. All ages.

Red Barn Theatre — 319 Duval St.,
Key West. Info: 305-296-9911 or www.
redbarntheatre.com.

¦ “Love, Loss and What I Wore” —
An online streaming production of Nora
and Delia Ephron’s five-woman play, starring Amber McDonald Good, Melody
G. Moore, Peggy Montgomery, Barbara
Mundy and Susannah Wells.

¦ “With Bells On” — Dec. 16-20.

¦ “Quarantine for Two” — Jan. 12-Feb.
6.

¦ “Cats Talk Back” — Feb. 23-March 10.

¦ “Sez She” — March 30-April 24.

The Waterfront Playhouse —
Mallory Square, 407 Wall St., Key West.
Info: 305-294-5015 or www.waterfrontplayhouse.org

¦ “Every Brilliant Thing” — Dec. 3-12.

¦ “The Rocky Horror Show” — Dec.
31-Jan. 15.

¦ “A Life in the Theatre” — Feb. 3-13.

¦ “Matilda The Musical” — March
3-20.

¦ “Three Tall Women” — April 7-17.

¦ “Clue (Live on Stage)” — May 5-15.

ONGOING

Farmers Market — The Truman
Waterfront Farmers Market is open
2 p.m.-sunset Thursdays at Truman
Waterfront. The market features fresh
produce, baked goods, honey, fresh seafood, cheese, international cuisine and
more. www.keysartisanmarket.com.

The Tropic Cinema — 416 Eaton St.,
Key West; 305-396-4944 or www.tropiccinema.com. The theater now is open,
with social distancing in place. Masks
are required throughout your visit to the
theater and staff will conduct temperature checks. Visitors will be required
to use hand sanitizer. Full details and
schedules are on the website.

Keys History — The Florida Keys
History & Discovery Center currently
is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesdays-
Fridays, because of staffing limitations
in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.

It’s at 82100 Overseas Highway, MM 82,
on the property of the Islander Resort.
www.keysdiscovery.com.

Key West Tropical Forest Botanical Garden — Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
daily. Social distancing protocols are in
effect. Masks are required. The garden
is at 5210 College Road on Stock Island.
For more information, call 305-296-1504
or visit www.keywest.garden.

¦ Plant sale — Native trees, shrubs,
vegetables and vines will be offered
for sale 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, Nov. 21.
Available are 161 species of plants, with
an inventory totaling more than 2,100
plants that attract birds and butterflies
in 1 gallon to 10 gallon pots. Key West
Tropical Forest members receive a 15%
discount.

The Studios of Key West — 533
Eaton St., Key West. Info: www.tskw.
org or 305-296-0458.

Exhibitions:

¦ “Liminal” — Works by Amanda
Church, Paula De Luccia, Beth Kaminstein, Lauren Olitski and Leslie Parke,
through Nov. 26, Sanger Gallery.

¦ “Art. Wherever You Are.” — Winter
Members’ Show, Dec. 3-31, Sanger, XOJ,
Zabar Lobby and Zabar Project Galleries.

Classes:

¦ Painting Boot Camp with Rick
Worth — 10 a.m. Tuesdays through Nov.
30 and Dec. 1-29. Students will meet at
the Carriage Trade Artist Residencies at
529 Eaton St. Cost: $135, $110 members.

¦ The Art of Womanhood in Ancient
Greece — With Dr. Keely Neuer, 4-5:30
p.m. Tuesdays, through Nov. 24. Cost:
$90, $75 members.

¦ Write for Joy and Healing — With
B. Lucy Stevens, 4 p.m. Wednesdays,
Dec. 2, 9, 16 and 23. Cost: $120, $90
members. ¦

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