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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011 11B AR* and ENTERTAINMENT Plenty to see 00!hring Art Walk this Friday, Looking for something to do Friday, Feb. 4? It's a night of arts and culture in down- town Quincy. Whether you enjoy marveling at the creative work of local and re- gional artists, socializing with your friends and neigh- bors while sipping something festive, checking out what new goodies Quincy mer- chants have to offer, or taking in a live performance of a thought-provoking play, your night will be full of fun. Starting at 5 p.m., several galleries will host artists' opening receptions with re- freshments and beverages. The Eagle's Nest Gallery and Frame Shop at 446 Main St. will show proprietor Carla DeBoer's charming portrait photography. "It has been a privilege to capture the beautiful faces of families, young people and of course the babies with my photography," says Carla. "This last fall I worked with a lot of the high school seniors doing their formal and casual pictures for the yearbook and I must say, we have an amazing group of young people in our community. I hope they had as much fun as I did. Letting them do their own thing and seeing their personalities come through in their photos was very cool. Capturing the moment is a great feeling but seeing the smile on the person's face or the parents' faces is what makes my day. Come by dur- ing the art walk and check out some of the beautiful faces of friends and family." The Main Street Artists Gallery at 436 Main St. will host a group show exhibiting the work of current members from 5 to 8 p.m. An artists' cooperative, the Main Street Artists Gallery resides in the beautiful and historic Clinch Building and showcases a number of local artists. The Plumas Arts Gallery at 372 Main St. is proud to present the work of husband- and-wife duo Harry Reeves and Linda Blum. Each of the pair captures wildlife and nature scenes with great accuracy and subtle beauty, Linda primarily in water- color and Harry in water- color, pastel and ink. The re- ception will start at 5 and end at 7 p.m. The show will hang through the month of February. For more informa- tion, call 283-3402 or visit plumasarts.org. Make sure to stop by some of Main Street's businesses, which will be open late for the festivities, and then plan to have dinner or a glass of wine at one of Quincy's fine eateries. You won't want to miss a chance to see "Rabbit Hole" performed by local talent. Now a major motion picture 'Rabbit Hole' opens this week at Town Hall Theatre Theater group dramaworks presents "Rabbit Hole," a Pulitzer Prize-winning play by David Lindsay-Abaire at 7 p.m. this Thursday, Friday and Saturday Feb. 3 - 5 and 1 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 6 -- yes, you will be home in time for the Super Bowl. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for chil- dren (no babes in arms; not suitable for younger children due to language). Tickets are on sale at Epilog Books: Be- fore show and intermission treats and libations will be provided by the Alley Cat Cafe. For more information e-mail dramaworks@ earthlink.net or call 283-1956. "Rabbit Hole" examines how familymembers survive the loss of  child, through comedy as well as drama. Becca (Kim Carroll) is mar- ried to Howie (Steve Keely) and this couple is alive and struggling with ocean waves of emotion. Izzy (Theresfi Awbry) is Becca's younger sister and a bit of a rebel who finds herself pregnant and unem- ployed and brings rays of sunshine into the house in her own quirky special way. Nat (Lori Reynolds) is Becca and Izzy's mom, who is trying to help Becca find comfort while inadvertently bringing most of the best laughs of the show to the audience. Jason Willette (David Riley) is a 17-year-old boy who is coming to terms with, his own actions and their consequences. Way back in the summer of 2010, dramaworks contacted the company that handles the rights fo r the play.!t then held auditions and chose a cast. Not an easy task. "Plumas County is quite re- markable in the amount of talent that always comes for- ward for the different theatri- cal and musical programs," said director Edie O'Connor. After casting, the group went into rehearsal -- once a week at first and then twice or three times per week as the final dates neared. "What has been remarkable is to see the actors become their characters," said O'Connor. "With laughter and tears rehearsals have progressed." O'Connor, stage manager Cheryl Kolb and active supporter of the process Earl Thompson are in awe of the quality of the actors as they bring their characters to life. 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