What's the Plan for Tonight? 11/6/08

A look at what's going on around town.

Thirsty?  The Norwalk Arts Commission is giving a tour of the Flood of '55 Photo Exhibit today.  It's at 5:30 p.m. in the community room of the Norwalk City Hall.  A survivor of the flood will share stories, and the Norwalk Symphony Orchestra will be on hand for more entertainment.  We've seen the video of the flood and the damage it caused, and the images are jaw-dropping.

It's First Thursday at the Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury... and that means music.  Albert Rivera, a renowned saxophonist, composer, and entertainer is playing with his trio.  The guy's so good he was invited to perform at Carnegie Hall at age 12.  Admission's cheap and includes hors d'oeuvres and wine.  Doors open at 5:30 p.m..

Flashback to early 20th-century Berlin by checking out opening night of  "Cabaret" at the Berkshire Theatre in Danbury.  It's a sassy show performed by the Western Connecticut State University's theater arts department.  The production took Broadway by storm 42 years ago, and plans on taking Connecticut by storm with this one.  The show's at 7:30 p.m. -  don't be late.

Get ready to rock.  Guitar Heroes should bring their best to a competition at Margaritas in Canton.  Fuel up with some tasty Mexican food there for dinner, then show your competitors how it's done.  Our recommendation - hold off on those Margaritas until AFTER you play, because those notes come fast on expert...

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