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The Ridgefield Playhouse has a weekend full of arts and culture!

The Ridgefield Playhouse has a weekend full of arts and culture! Stories and Songs on Saturday evening with renowned fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi, a modern take on a classic opera on Sunday afternoon and on Sunday evening we will honor Juneteenth with a special screening of diversity films and celebrate the month of pride with a projection of Healed On Monday!

Isaac Mizrahi Cabaret Show on Saturday June 18 at 8 p.m. – it will be an evening of stories, songs and lots of rosé! The famous fashion designer will also sing classics from Cole Porter to Barbra Streisand and beyond! Don’t miss exclusive pre-show events in our newly renovated lobby! At the new piano bar, we’ll be serving Isaac’s signature drink, a Rosé Spritzer! Check out the “Cabaret Shop” pop-up with Bohemian Royalty featuring vintage haute couture from its curated collection – 40% of all sales will benefit The Ridgefield Playhouse Arts for Everyone outreach program; and Jonathan Joseph of Little Red Fashion, the fashion company for children aged 6 to 18, will be there! VIP Meet and Greet upgrades are available – you can take a selfie with Isaac after the show! On Sunday June 19 we will present a Still in HD projection of Met Opera’s Lucia di Lammermoor at 12:55 p.m.. Soprano Nadine Sierra takes on one of the most formidable and legendary roles in the repertoire, in this new production that moves the Bel Canto masterpiece from 18th-century Scotland to a present-day Rust Belt city. American. On Sunday night, The Ridgefield Playhouse will honor Juneteenth with a FREE screening of Dear Whites at 7:30 p.m.part of the Aquarion Water Company Diversity Film Series. Check out the movie that launched the popular Netflix series. Monday, June 20 brings an additional FREE screening of diversity films. In recognition of Pride Month, watch the award-winning documentary HEALED on the big screen at 7:30 p.m.. Bonus content for HEALED will consist of an interview with an award-winning New York-based filmmaker/writer Bennet Singer, who in addition to producing numerous award-winning films, is the co-producer of the film CURED. Entertainment Journalist, Cheryl Washingtonwill conduct the interview which can be seen after the screening at the cinema or on The Ridgefield Playhouse Youtube channel.

For more information or to purchase a contactless print-at-home ticket, go online to www.ridgefieldplayhouse.org or, you can visit or call the box office (203) 438-5795. The Ridgefield Playhouse is a nonprofit performing arts facility located at 80 East Ridge, parallel to Main Street, Ridgefield, CT and is committed to keeping the arts alive and accessible to all.

Hazel J. Edmonds

The author Hazel J. Edmonds