It’s a magical life with Cain
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Jonas Cain
Jonas Cain
BRATTLEBORO– Native New Englander Jonas Cain is making Brattleboro his home away from home. With performance dates at the Hooker-Dunham Theater set for every month throughout the year, Cain is certainly making himself at home.

Aside from his monthly performances at the Hooker-Dunham Theater with his one-man variety show, he is also a regular presenter at the River Garden for the Strolling of the Heifers Brown Bag Lunches series. Every weekday at noon the River Garden hosts free events of what they describe on the website as “interesting, entertaining, informative sessions with musicians of many stripes and speakers on many subjects.” Every time he is invited to present, Cain is sure to bring something new and exciting to share.

Cain’s next performance will take place on March 17, at 7 pm, making it a fun activity to add to the festivities of St. Patrick’s Day. The show being offered is his one-man variety show “It’s a Magical Life,” described as a mix of magic show, saxophone recital, stand-up comedy, and storytelling.

The Hooker-Dunham Theater is located at 139 Main Street. Tickets are $12 and will be available at the door, or can be reserved by calling (800) 969-9778.

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