Also in the Live section, the family best bet on the "Play...

BEST BETS

February 06, 1997|By Lori Sears

Also in the Live section, the family best bet on the "Play To Win" production at the Baltimore Museum of Art gave the wrong phone number to call for information. The correct number is (410) The Sun regrets the errors.

Kid songs

Sing along as recording artist Red Grammer performs his own brand of music about family love and togetherness at Western Maryland College on Saturday.

A favorite of children and parents alike, Grammer sings songs such as "Can You Sound Just Like Me?" and "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." Grammer, who has performed at the White House, has also earned a seal of approval for his latest album from Parents' Choice magazine.

FOR THE RECORD - CORRECTION

Red Grammer performs in Alumni Hall at Western Maryland College, 2 College Hill in Westminster, Saturday at 7 p.m. Tickets are $12 for adults and $5 for children under 12. Call (410) 857-2771 for more information.

After one crack of the bat, they knew this guy could play -- to win. There were no doubts it was about time to cross that color barrier and sign him up. "Play to Win," the life story of Jackie Robinson, the first African-American major league ball player, will be staged at the Baltimore Museum of Art Sunday and next Saturday.

The Children's Theater Association is celebrating Black History Month and the 50th anniversary of baseball's momentous event with a musical version of Robinson's inspiring story. "Play to Win" traces Robinson's college days at UCLA, his military service in World War II, his time with the Negro Leagues, and his triumphant signing with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947.

"Play to Win" will be performed this Sunday and Feb. 15, at 2 p.m. at the Baltimore Museum of Art, 1 Art Museum Drive. Tickets are $10;$8 for BMA members and advance purchases. Call (410) 235-1000 for more information or tickets.

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