STAFF BLOG IN THE SPIRIT Everyone loves a Skit
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A few years ago, Riverside Christian School, began featuring its students in a yearly dinner theater production. The... Posted on 4/30/13 at 1:47 PM
THE DULLUM FILE Office Plays
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THE NEW FORTY Art - a commentary on life.
Kaarin Remmich drew my attention to an article in The Forum today that I wanted to share here on my blog. The article is about a play that will be staged at the Fargo V.A. tomorrow atnoon and 3 PM. Th... Posted on 11/20/12 at 1:13 AM
JUNKFEST Theater seat revived, before and after.
Found this great old theater seat at a garage salea few summer's ago. Even though there were boxes and piles of "rummage" on top of it, I could see the potential just waiting to be uncovered. Fortuna... Posted on 8/1/12 at 9:45 AM
REGGIE TALES Reviewed: The Five-Year Engagement
Since it was raining and cold and windy yesterday I decided to take shelter inside a movie theater where it was warm and there was popcorn and pop and movies. And since I like the comedic stylings of ... Posted on 4/30/12 at 11:55 AM
“Sasquatched! The Musical” by composer and author Phil Darg, a UND graduate student in history, has been selected to premiere in July in the New York Musical Theatre’s 2013 Off-Broadway “Next Link showcase.
In Shakespeare’s light-hearted comedy, “Much Ado about Nothing,” which opens Thursday at UND Burtness Theatre, we see and hear a story and characters that are as funny and fresh today as they were in the 16th century.
Ah, the sequel. Many despise them but then punch their ticket to the theater like everyone else — yours truly included. This year is loaded with more than 25 mainstream sequels, but the list of sequels that are better than the original is rather short.
“Crush(ed),” a UND student-run show that weaves songs, dances and scenes, opened at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and will run through Feb. 16 at UND’s Burtness Lab Theatre in Grand Forks. Admission is $5, and student admission is free.
They're starring in a play about a woman reluctant to age and the perils of passing time, but veteran actors James Earl Jones and Angela Lansbury say that life in their 80s continues to be exciting thanks to their determination to keep doing what they love.
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