DO DELAWARE: Sinatra artist serenades The Queen, Disney concert, gospel and more

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'Contemporary Refresh' artwork

Galleries 23-25 will offer a fresh display of modern and contemporary artworks curated from the Biggs Museum of American Art’s permanent collection. The showcase includes sculptures, prints, paintings and more created by artists from the 1960s to present era.

The Biggs Museum of American Art in Dover will host the 'Contemporary Refresh' showcase on Friday and Saturday. Pictured is a masked sign on the museum door from Sept. 22, 2020. The museum still requires guests to be masked.
The Biggs Museum of American Art in Dover will host the 'Contemporary Refresh' showcase on Friday and Saturday. Pictured is a masked sign on the museum door from Sept. 22, 2020. The museum still requires guests to be masked.

Guests are required to wear masks. “Contemporary Refresh” will be on view at The Biggs Museum (406 Federal St., Dover) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday and Saturday. The exhibit ends Saturday. Admission is $10 general and $8 seniors (60 or older); and free for students, active military/dependents (all with ID), children (18 or younger) and companions/care persons of people with disabilities. Visit biggsmuseum.org or (302) 674-2111.

Sinatra meets The Queen

Sinatra impersonator Sean Reilly averaged about 180 shows per year before the pandemic. He’s a local favorite who quit his day job some years back to share his love of Ol' Blue Eyes full-time. He’ll be joined in concert by the Dennis Fortune Trio.

Wilmington's Sean Reilly, a Frank Sinatra impersonator, will headline a 'Supper Club' show at The Queen Wilmington on Saturday.
Wilmington's Sean Reilly, a Frank Sinatra impersonator, will headline a 'Supper Club' show at The Queen Wilmington on Saturday.

Guests are required to wear a mask at this event. Hear some of your favorite Sinatra tunes during this “Supper Club” event in The Crown room at The Queen (500 N. Market St., Wilmington) on Saturday. Dinner starts at 6 p.m., followed by the concert at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $60 for a table of two. Visit thequeenwilmington.com or (302) 400-7020.

‘Paint & Praise’

Illustration and gospel music will join forces in “Paint & Praise,” a laidback event for folks looking for fellowship while spreading their artistic wings. All supplies and instruction will provided. Guests also will be able to take their works of art home. “Paint & Praise” hopes to bless your weekend at the Black-owned ArtzScape (205 N. Market St., Wilmington) from 6-10 p.m., Saturday. Admission is $40. Visit artzscape.com or (302) 433-6622.

Disney in Delaware

Youngsters and their parents will enjoy classic Disney tunes featuring some of the best performers in the region. Fred Munzert, director of the Milton Theatre, has a great ear for Disney talent as he has a history of sending students to perform at Disney World.

The Milton Theatre (pictured in 2021) will feature 'Disney Cabaret,' an evening of Disney tunes on Sunday.
The Milton Theatre (pictured in 2021) will feature 'Disney Cabaret,' an evening of Disney tunes on Sunday.

Listeners will be treated to an earful of nostalgia during “Disney Cabaret” at the Milton Theatre (110 Union St., Milton) at 6 p.m., Sunday. Tickets are $10. Visit miltontheatre.com or (302) 684-3038.

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