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
Wanted: Actors. No theatrical experience necessary.
Required: Incarceration experience. Don’t bother applying if you haven’t done time behind bars.
Welcome to the bravely innovative Poetic Justice Project, a 2-year-old nonprofit organization dedicated to helping parolees reintegrate into society through the arts … Continue Reading
Shasta High School’s music department presents five-time Tony award-winning “The Music Man.” This beloved family musical will be held May 4th-7th and May 12th-14th at the beautifully restored David Marr Theater in Redding. The production includes a cast of over 70 students and a live orchestra.
All performances are assigned seating … 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: Happy Days When: March 17-20 and 25-26 Where: McLaughlin Theatre, Sequoia Middle School Cost: $15; tickets available here Goodbye gray skies, hello blue! Happy days are here again with Richie, Potsie, Ralph Malph and the unforgettable “king of cool”… Continue Reading
What: “Hill Country,” a play written and directed by Mike Flanagan and performed by Intermountain Teen Center members
When: Friday, MARCH 4, 6 – 8:30 pm. Please note new date; the Feb. 25 performance is postponed due to poor weather.
Where: Hill Country Health and Wellness Center … Continue Reading