The DSO gala is always one of the most anticipated events of the season. Plus, UD Players visit Wilder’s “Our Town,” and more.
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The Delaware Symphony Orchestra gala is always one of the most anticipated events of the season. “The Night of All Nights: Cirque Masquerade” at the Chase Center on the Riverfront October 29 is no exception. Take the camels, for instance. Real camels will transport costumed audience members around a Persia-themed lobby before maestro David Amado conducts Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Scheherazade” and aerial artists swing in time. Revelers will have walked through makeshift tents, eaten authentic Arabian and Persian foods, and sipped potent concoctions before it all begins. “Seriously,” says DSO executive director Lucinda Williams, “this is going to be one cool party.” For more, visit delawaresymphony.org, or call 652-5577. —Maria Hess
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