What do a high school junior, a practicing physician, a celebrated poet, a retired educator/musician, a life coach and a radio producer share in common? Stories both funny and poignant, focused on the “silver linings” they encountered – often unexpected and surprising.
Lexington’s premier live storytelling and music event, “Voices on the Green,” returns to First Parish in Lexington on Friday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. after a two-year covid-induced absence. High School junior Noor Alnajafe; Composer/Musician/Actor Kemp Harris; radio producer Deborah Lapides; physician Jamie McPhee; educator/life coach Meg Newhouse; and celebrated poet Cammy Thomas will share their Silver Linings experiences…joyful, sad, surprising, uplifting. The evening will also feature the music of Elizabeth Hartmann and Liz Savir, on the “silver linings” theme. Poet Regie O’Hare Gibson hosts the event. Proceeds from the evening will benefit our community partner, WATCH in Waltham.
Voices on the Green performances tend to sell out – so don’t delay in purchasing your tickets! Visit Brown Paper Tickets: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/5585107
Beverages and conversation are available before the show and at intermission. Don’t miss “Silver Linings,” at First Parish in Lexington, 7 Harrington Road in Lexington.