Thursday, June 30, 2011

Mills Lawn principal to perform

Punk, funk and garage music at Westcott House

Perfectly Frank Evening with The Show and The Now Device

Friday, July 1, 8-11 p.m.

The Westcott House, 1340 East High Street, Springfield, OH 937-327-9291

The Show & The Now Device: Live Music & Multimedia Performance

The evening will feature a special multi-art collaborative event with The Show and Rod Hatfield of Seattle based The Now Device. The Show, a Springfield-Yellow Springs based trio, features Ryan Henry on guitar, Yellow Springs Mills Lawn principal Matt Housh on drums and vocals and Jessica Kinzer on keyboards and lead vocals. The Show performs original, high energy music that spans genres from garage and surf, to punk and funk! For more information on The Show, go to or

The Now Device is a visual media company that showcases live video mixing and projection. Its portfolio includes work with Radiohead, Xbox, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and collaborations with Frank Lloyd Wright's Westcott House, Cincinnati Pops, FilmDayton and Seattle Theatre Group. For more information on The Now Device, go to This music and multimedia performance will transform The Westcott House into a unique, multi-art environment.

$5 for general public, free to Westcott House Foundation Members and Students
Cash bar and snacks available

Perfectly Frank Evenings is the new series at the Westcott House. A vibrant social event featuring live music, poetry readings, film screenings and more! Reservations recommended.

First Fridays of the Month @ the Westcott House are sponsored by Freund, Freeze & Arnold.

The Westcott House Foundation was established in September 2000 to manage the restoration of Frank Lloyd Wright's only Prairie Style home in Ohio and to develop The Westcott House as a museum and educational center. The house, fully restored and hailed by many as a forgotten architectural treasure, opened to the public on October 15, 2005. The Westcott House is one of about 260 Wright houses remaining in the world with eleven located in Ohio. One of the Foundation's primary goals is to establish The Westcott House as a "must-see" destination for the benefit of community and state, architectural enthusiasts, and the general public. For more info, visit

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