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Arts & Culture Events

  1. Limited Time offer: Nauticus and Battleship Wisconsin $7.57 per person

    January 18 - February 28 @ Nauticus

    Explore Nauticus & Battleship Wisconsin for a fraction of the regular cost of admission! Offer valid January 18 – February 28.

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  2. Norfolk Theatre Festival: Once On This Island

    February 14 - February 17 @ Norfolk State University's G.W.C. Brown Memorial Hall Mainstage Theater

    Once on this Island is the big, bold, breathtaking tale of Ti Moune, fearless Caribbean girl who is ready to risk it all for love. Guided by mighty island gods, Ti Moune sets out on a remarkable journey to reunite with a boy who has captured her heart. Once On This Island won the 2018 Tony- award for best musical Revival. Behind the Scenes events, Thursday evening, come early for a 6:30 pm reception, and stay for a talk-back with the cast and director. or choose the Saturday matinee performance and enjoy a post-show chat with the cast and director. For more information on Norfolk Theatre Festival can be found at

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  3. Norfolk Theatre Festival: The Scarlet Letter

    February 14, 8:00 PM @ Wells Theater

    This Classic tale of forbidden love and irrevocable guilt is presented with Core's inventive blend of literature, theatre, music, and dance. Secrets, sin, and scripture keep a New World settlement alight with gossip and suspicion as Hester Prynee is accused of adultery. With her newborn child in hand she is sentenced to wear indefinitely the scarlet colored letter 'A' as a symbol, of her sin while she continues to keep the father's identity a secret even as her estranged husband re-emerges. In both the light and darkness there is "nothing more wretched than the mind of a man conscious of guilt." For more information on Norfolk Theatre Festival can be found at

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