Comedy isn’t easy. And making it look easy takes of great deal of careful preparation. It is, as they say, all in the timing.
Mounting a full-scale musical is a daunting task for any theater and the enormous cost for performance rights and music royalties this type of show demands can hamper a community theater’s ability to do all they envision. Even so, the biggest challenge Riverfront’s … Continue Reading
Inside Redding’s Bohemian Art Loft lives a mysterious entity known as Theater Lab, a small experimental company with leanings toward the avant-garde. In April, Theater Lab gave us “The Absurdists.” This May 20 to May 22, the Bohemians present their second installment of… Continue Reading
Welcome to the Café Stage Manager listings — your “virtual bulletin board” of locally focused theater, dance, storytelling and more. If you know of a live performance, share it with A News Cafe readers by e-mailing Dean Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org,… Continue Reading
Introducing a new face and a new feature on A News Café! It’s the Café Stage Manager — your schedule of locally focused theater, dance, storytelling and more — compiled by North State actor and director Dean Williams. Dean has been… Continue Reading
The hundreds of bankers boxes piled nearly to the ceiling on the stage of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s “The Language Archive” represent the enormity and uniqueness of human communication.
Inside the boxes, we’re led to assume, are the results of painstaking efforts to record and chronicle disappearing languages. We learn early of … Continue Reading
What: Southern Oregon University Jazz Ensemble Concert at Simpson University When: Sunday (April 10), 4:30 p.m. Where: Simpson University gym Simpson University is delighted to host the Southern Oregon University Jazz Ensemble in a concert, this Sunday, April 10th at… Continue Reading