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Arts & Culture

What's Great In Dayton: April 30 - May 6, 2021

Our Century: Dayton Area Collects is on display now at Dayton Art Institute
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Dayton Art Institute is now open Friday - Sunday.

The Human Race Theatre is doing the romantic comedy/drama Now and Then. It’s heartfelt about the costs of the choices we make and the people who make them with us. You can stream it now through May 9th.

The Dayton Art Institute is OPEN on Fridays Saturdays and Sundays! One of their current exhibits is Looking at Family. This presents concepts of family, love, and relationships. And if there’s a family photo you treasure you can upload your photograph for possible inclusion in their digital exhibition.

Wright State University Theatre are doing a streaming musical production of “Fugitive Songs.” It is a 19-song cycle conceived as half-musical/half-hootenanny that blends traditional folk music with contemporary pop and gospel. It focuses on people on the run: a disgruntled Subway sandwich employee, jilted ex-cheerleader, a pair of Patty Hearst fanatics, a stoner forced to rob a convenience store against his will, and many others. This is available now through Sunday.

The Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra is doing BEETHOVEN, Symphony No. 1 and STRAVINSKY, The Firebird. This is tomorrow, Saturday, with both in-person and streaming performances.

The Little Exchange gift boutique, which benefits Dayton Children's Hospital, has perfect bridal gifts, infant and toddler clothing, and gifts for the home and men’s and women’s gifts for all occasions.

Best to all…
Charlie, It’s Great In Dayton, Campbell