Taylor Rae, whose debut album was “Mad Twenties,” appears in Fallon on Saturday.
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OATS PARK ART CENTER
Singer/songwriter Taylor Rae is performing Saturday with a 7 p.m. performance at the Oats Park Arts Center.
The Box Office, Art Bar and galleries open at 6 p.m.
Raised in the mountains and redwoods of Ben Lomond, Taylor Rae’s eclectic musical journey initially took her from the Central Coast to Los Angeles.
Her music, often compared to that of Grace Potter, Joss Stone and Maren Morris, earned her a spot in the Top 20 Americana Music Album Chart for he debut record “Mad Twenties.”
The single off the album, “Home on the Road,” remained in the Top 10 of the Americana Music Singles Chart for five consecutive weeks and the album remained in the Top 50 for 31 consecutive weeks. Tickets are $17 for members and $20 for nonmembers. Youth and students with a valid student ID are $10.
The fall film series in November features Noir Classics from three decades: “The Thin Man,” “Chinatown” and “The Maltese Falcon.” Each movie will be shown on a Friday night at the Oats Park Arts Center.
• “The Thin Man” (1934), Nov. 3 – The story of a retired detective (William Powell) who, while spending much of his time managing his wife's (Myrna Loy) considerable fortune and consuming quantities of alcohol, is asked to follow the trail of a missing inventor. Although reluctant to interrupt his holiday in Manhattan, he is persuaded to investigate by his wife's craving for adventure, and together they embark upon a case that leads to the disclosure of deception and murder.
• “Chinatown” (1974), Nov. 10 – When Los Angeles private eye J.J. "Jake" Gittes (Jack Nicholson) is hired by Evelyn Mulwray to investigate her husband's activities, he believes it's a routine infidelity case. Jake's investigation soon becomes anything but routine when he meets the real Mrs. Mulwray (Faye Dunaway) and realizes he was hired by an imposter. Mr. Mulwray's sudden death sets Gittes on a tangled trail of corruption, deceit and sinister family secrets as Evelyn's father (John Huston) becomes a suspect in the case.
• “The Maltese Falcon” (1941), Nov. 17 – In this noir classic, detective Sam Spade (Humphrey Bogart) gets more than he bargained for when he takes a case brought to him by a beautiful but secretive woman (Mary Astor). As soon as Miss Wonderly shows up, trouble follows as Sam's partner is murdered and Sam is accosted by a man (Peter Lorre) demanding he locate a valuable statuette. Sam, entangled in a dangerous web of crime and intrigue, soon realizes he must find the one thing they all seem to want: the bejeweled Maltese falcon.
Each movie will be shown at 7 p.m. Box office, Art Bar and the galleries open at 6 p.m.
Each movie is free for members and season ticket holders. The cost for nonmembers is $5 for each showing. Tickets are available at the box office on the night of screening or call the Churchill Arts Council at 775-423-1440.
Through Nov. 4
E. L. Wiegand Gallery | Oats Park Art Center
Las Vegas-based Filipino painter Gig Depio’s body of work focuses on American culture and its history, the exploration of the unfamiliar west and later expansion and influence across the globe, especially on the convergence of American, Philippine, and Spanish histories at the turn of the 20th century, and the inevitable interweaving of many different cultures from then on.
His individual paintings depict particular political and cultural events in points of time and geographical space in history, but his body of work seen as a whole encapsulates a much bigger picture of how our ideologies and resulting collective human endeavors have directly affected every aspect of our environment in the age of the Anthropocene.
The Barkley Theater, Oats Park Art Center is located at 151 E. Park St. For information call 775-423-1440 or email email@example.com.