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Safari West slowly reopens

Safari West slowly reopens

show is being written and performed by Gamal Abdel Chasten and directed by Marieke Gaboury. A portion of the proceeds from the show will go to Moms4Housing. Chasten is a playwright, actor, and composer. In 2020, he and Gaboury co-founded The Breath Project, an organization whose mission is to dismantle systemic racism in American theatre. They established an archive of original theatrical works created by BIPOC artists in response to the murder of George Floyd and the deaths of so many people of color at the hands of law enforcement in this country.

Tickets: www.6thstreetplayhouse.com/crawfish-we-the-invisible-2

Safari West slowly reopens

Safari West will reopen its in-person tours on Feb. 27. They will also reopen their tents and the Savannah Cafe on March 1. They have made significant changes to their business model, increasing overall cleanliness and restricting the number of guests allowed on the property. They have also installed protective barriers anywhere and everywhere they are necessary. Safari West’s main priority is to protect their guests and the animals they came to see. Tickets are already on sale; with COVID-19 restrictions, tickets will sell fast as the date of the reopening draws nearer.

Tickets: www.safariwest.com/plan-your-visit

Santa Rosa Symphony @ Home

The Santa Rosa Symphony Orchestra (SRS) will continue their virtual YouTube performances on Feb. 28 at 3 p.m. The performance will be conducted by Francesco Lecce-Chong along with his artistic partner, Ellen Taaffee Zwilich. Not only will you be able to watch the orchestra from the comfort of your home, but you will also receive many extras that you wouldn’t be able to get anywhere else. One hour before the concert, Francesco will give a live, pre-concert talk on YouTube; after the performance, there will be a Q & A with Francesco and the SRS musicians. This performance is free to watch on the SRS YouTube channel.

Info: www.youtube.com/user/ticketssrs

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