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“The Shore At Night” an original work of music and dance and words honoring the writer Rachel Carson, will premiere on Sunday September 9 at 3p at Pamlico Community College’s Delamar Center. The program celebrates the 50th anniversary of the publication of Carson’s “Silent Spring” using imagery from her other works.
Wendy Osserman has choreographed the program with featured dancer Emmalie Carawan, a senior at PCHS, and supporting dancers Mary Carol, Nora Simpson and Caroline James. There’ll be a Doug Alvord composition, Undersea, and music by Jane Tigar on Native American flute. Nelda Coats will read excerpts from Caron’s writing. Tickets to this event cosponsored by the Pamlico Community College Foundation are $10 general admission, $5 for children under 12. Front row seating: $20. Tix for sale at the door.