Don White – Full length live stream

Thu, Apr 8 @ 7:00 pm

The PCA is thrilled to welcome Don White back for his annual show, this time virtually! This event will be interactive on Zoom – Don and the audience will be able to hear laughter and applause as it happens. At the end of the show, there will be an after party with Don and maybe a surprise guest or two!

There is no one-word description for what Don White does. He’s an award-winning singer/songwriter, a comedian, an author, and a storyteller. He’s been bringing audiences to laughter and tears for thirty years, released ten CDs, three live DVDs, and a book, Memoirs of a C Student. For more information about Don’s work, please check out the videos and music at his website.

“No artist on the coffeehouse circuit today is better than Don White at combining the heartfelt aesthetics of the singer-songwriter with side-splitting laughs.”
– Scott Alarik in The Boston Globe

“I’ve never seen a comedian that made me both want to laugh AND go home and hug my kids.” – a fan


How to attend

To participate in the Zoom session and interact with Don and your fellow attendees, sign up here and we’ll email you the Zoom link and password.

To enjoy the show without interaction, choose one of the following links:

Facebook Live                        YouTube


Attendance is by suggested donation through a virtual tip jar at the following links. A portion of the money donated will be given to the Parish Center for the Arts. Thank you for supporting the PCA.

Parish Center for the ArtsAbout the PCA

The PCA is a private, non-profit arts center located in a historic building on the town common in Westford, Massachusetts. A fine art gallery, a concert hall, a dance hall, or a general purpose hall for your private recital or family event, the PCA offers many ways to celebrate the fine and performing arts in a convenient and family-friendly venue. Built in 1829, our historic space is charming, intimate and has a capacity for up to 125 people. There isn’t a bad seat in the house!

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