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Last night, my family attended a production of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever at the SteppingStone Theatre in St Paul, Minnesota. When my friend who hosts the weekly playgroup in her home told me tha... Posted on 12/23/12 at 8:30 AM
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MSUM PERFORMING ARTS When The Best Blows Into Town
Oh, to be the best at something. What must that feel like? Ill never know, but I console myself with this the best string quartet in the world performs here Nov. 17, and I will hear them. Will the mu... Posted on 10/26/11 at 1:26 PM
JAMESTOWN COLLEGE NEWS 'Macbeth' opens tonight at Jamestown College
William Shakespeares Macbeth is the next production from Jamestown College Theatre, running tonight, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. nightly in the Reiland Fine Arts Centers DeNault Auditorium.
The ... Posted on 4/7/11 at 2:35 PM
The Jamestown High School Drama Department is working on its fall play “While the Lights Were Out,” by Jack Sharkey. In the first five minutes there will be a thunderstorm. The lights go out. The audience will hear an agonized voice. A pistol-shot. The lights come up. A blonde stands over a dead man holding a bloody dagger! A detective examines the body and announces “He’s been strangled.”
Halloween may have passed, but those still looking for a fright can find one in New Rockford over the course of the next two weekends.
“The Woman in Black” has been running in London since 1989 and during that time many have come to consider it one of the most terrifying experiences in theater, said Jessica Dillon, marketing specialist with the New Rockford Opera House.
Valley City State University Theatre will kick off its 2011-2012 season with its annual 24 Hour Theatre in late August, followed by the musical “Little Shop of Horrors” in October. The season will continue with “Life in the Fat Lane” in February and close in April with a student film festival.
It’s all in a week’s work for the Missoula Children’s Theatre.
On Monday two theater workers came to Jamestown, picked the cast and started teaching. On Friday they will host the musical “Robin Hood.”
Over the course of the year 42 different two-person teams spend one week in a city teaching students a production and leave when it is completed.
“We put on a complete, professional musical in five days with community children,” said Emily Curro, director.
Dakota Stage Ltd. and Shade Tree Players in Bismarck present “The Secret Garden” at the Frances Leach High Prairie Arts and Science Complex and “North Woods Nonsense” at Dakota Stage as the next two shows of their summer children’s theatre season.
It already had one run at the Arts Center but “The Purple Orchid List” will be back for an encore later this month.
The semi-autobiographical play was written by Jamestown resident Jennifer (Teckenberg) Waters and is about the end of her search for true love.
“It is hysterical, there is no other way to put it,” Waters said. “Had I not lived it I would not have believed it’s possible.”
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