Wicked Local PhotoWesley Ennis 2009: Buzzards Bay

Wicked Local photoWesley Ennis

BUZZARDS BAY &ndash From 6 to 8 p.m.
Wednesday, May 6, there will be a free educational dinner seminar at Cape Cod Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, at 8 Lewis Point Road in Buzzards Bay. Dr. R. Scott Oliver, from Plymouth Bay Orthopedic Associates, will discuss the latest treatments for managing your hip and knee arthritis pain. Dinner will be included. Registration is required, by contacting Irene Trask at 508-743-8119 or . PLYMOUTH &ndash Ron Pomykala of Plymouth will produce two shows to benefit 23-year-old Greg Kelly, who is battling oral cancer. All proceeds will go to Kelly and his family to help with medical bills. At 8 p.m. Thursday, May 7, there will be a comedy show at Colonial Tavern, located at 39 Main St., featuring Trip Moran, Jerry Thornton, Tommy Dunham and Christine Hurley. Tickets are $20. At 7:30 p.m. May 8 there will be a musical show in Kendall Hall, at First Parish Church in Town Square, featuring show tunes, tap dancers, singers and Pomykala. Tickets to this show are also $20. For information and reservations, call 508-747-3100 and leave your name, number and the number of tickets you would like to reserve you can pay at the door. For more information, go to . PLYMOUTH &ndash The American Red Cross bus will be at the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department on Long Pond Road from noon to 6 p.m. Friday, May 8, for a blood drive. The seventh annual event is in honor of Lt. Glenn E. Pierce, who lost his battle with lung cancer in 2001. He began working at the Sheriff’s Dept. in 1986 and held positions serving process, as a correction officer, a transportation lieutenant and as an assistant transportation supervisor. Make an appointment to donate by calling 508-830-6283. For more information, visit . PLYMOUTH &ndash Pride and Prejudice: Behind the Scenes is a brand new comedy by Geronimo Sands loosely based on Jane Austin’s novel. It will be presented at Priscilla Beach Theatre on Rocky Hill Road in Plymouth at 7:30 p.m. May 8 and 9. The play is a take-off on the strict ways and manners of an antiquated English culture wherein parents often arranged profitable marriages for their daughters who had come “of age.” We meet one such mother/matchmaker in Mrs. Bennet, the star from Austin’s famous novel, who has several daughters. Then appears the character of Jane Austin, a neighbor of the Bennets, who happens to have an eligible son “of age.” Love and marriage may ensue while, for the most part, the daughters wish to break out of this strict cultural pattern. This family play offers pathos, romance, humorous turns and a touch of the avant-garde and features a charming ensemble of Dramatic School Players. All tickets are $12. For reservations, call 508-224-4888. Visit PBT online at .
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