Get to the Point

By Bruce Felps

June concludes on a high note at C.C. Young retirement center.

A presentation tomorrow explores the women in the life of William Shakespeare, which might explain why he wrote so funny, and classical guitar music brings the month to a close at The Point, Center for Arts and Education.

“My Intriguing Women,” starring Robert Clover-Brown as Shakespeare, delves into the women in the Bard’s family, in his plays, and his relationship with Queen Elizabeth I. The free performance takes place at 2 p.m., June 29.

Dr. Enric Madriguera for the first time performs at The Point, bringing his style of guitar music from Spain and the Americas to the stage at 2 p.m., June 30, during the free performance.


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