For the third year, enjoy a performance of "Mark Twain in Fairhaven: A Musical Tall Tale" by Bellingham playwright and historian Joseph Lenz.
The play is based on the esteemed humorist and author Mark Twain's visit to Fairhaven in 1895. The locals, during an economic downturn, have schemed to impress Twain and gain his support in bolstering the town. But when he arrives in a local watering hole without his customary white suit, the locals fail to recognize him ... making for a fair bit of humor.
Angela Mills directs the show, with Leon Charbonneau again in the lead role. The play is presented by Old Fairhaven Association.
Tickets, $8 seniors and students, $12 general, are available at Village Books and BrownPaperTickets.com.
Performances run Thursday, July 31, through Aug. 17 at Firehouse Performing Arts Center, 1314 Harris Ave. Details: 360-671-2626.