The Woodbury Chorus and Orchestra is traveling to bring beautiful music to a good cause. Watch Woodbury’s finest perform classic and upbeat tunes. At each performance, audience members are invited to bring a food donation for a local food shelf. Since 1985, the organization has donated over $386,000 in offerings. 651.388.9584.
Arts & Performance
A romantic comedy for the light at heart, Glimpses of the Moon is set in Manhattan in 1922 and tells the tale of Susy Branch and Nick Lansing, two friends with little money who devise a scheme to marry millionaires. Their plan works until something occurs that both were not expecting. 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 3 p.m. Sundays. 651.200.4610.
East Ridge High School hosts this year’s district–wide One Act Play Festival. A judging panel rates one act plays by several schools. Attend and watch your school showcase their best acting talent in a short but sweet segment. Single session, $10; daily pass, $15. 651.768.2334.
It’s time for Woody’s roundup. Tom Strohmyer defines the essence of a variety show with magic, juggling, songs and dance. Through a sing–along format, he performs for all ages and encourages audience participation. Free. 7 p.m. Central Park Amphitheater, 8595 Central Park Place; 651.714.3586; ci.woodbury.mn.us
Woodbury native Glenn Ickler will sign copies of his new mystery, Murder on the St. Croix, at Valley Bookseller in Stillwater, Saturday, Nov. 16.
He'll also be reading and signing copies at Ginkgo Coffeehouse, Snelling and Minnehaha, St. Paul, beginning at 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17.