GRAND FORKS COMMUNITY THEATRE: FROM THE WINGS Auditions! I hope you get it!
I hope I get it! I hope I get it! I really need this job!
Those might be familiar lyrics if you just saw A Chorus Line at UNDs Burtness Theatre (also playing this weekend). The musical revolves aroun... Posted on 11/19/13 at 1:31 PM
THE DULLUM FILE Plaid Tidings
THE GREATER GRAND FORKS COMMUNITY THEATRE presents . . .
Forever Plaid in Plaid Tidings
That whimsical quartet is back on Earth to put a little rhythm in your step this holiday season. The boy band ... Posted on 11/23/12 at 3:26 PM
IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! Burning down the house
Have you taken in a show our two at the Greater Grand Forks Community Theatre (aka Fire Hall Theatre)? If not, you don't know what your missing. This community organization has been a mainstay in Grea... Posted on 10/25/11 at 9:11 AM
Actors CJ Leigh, Hyrum Patterson and Gabe Figueroa have the accents down pat, and I was impressed with Jared Kinney’s consistency as the rumbling Jimmer. All actors committed completely and their facial expressions and delivery will engage you and keep you laughing. Period.
- Tonight at Fire Hall Theatre: March Movie Madness will present the movie “House on Haunted Hill” at 8 tonight at Fire Hall Theatre, Grand Forks, followed by the cult classic “Reefer Madness” at 9:30 p.m. Tickets: $5 at the door.
‘Cinderella’ & ‘Rats’ Final shows at Empire: The Greater Grand Forks Community Theatre will present its final performances of “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella” and “Rats!” at 7 tonight and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday at Empire Arts Center, Grand Forks.
Pie and Ice Cream concert
- Sunday at Central gym: The Grand Forks Central High School instrumental music department will present its annual Winter Pie and Ice Cream concerts beginning at 1:30 and 3 p.m.
Two new titleholders: Mia Pagnac of Bemidji was crowned Miss Grand Cities Outstanding Teen and Alyssa Black of Grand Forks was crowned Miss Grand Forks Outstanding Teen during a Jan. 29 competition at Empire Arts Center, Grand Forks.
Fire Hall Theatre in downtown Grand Forks will again be showing movies on three Saturday nights in November beginning this weekend with “Carnival of Souls.” The films will be part of Fire Hall’s “so bad they’re good” movie series, although a news release from Greater Grand Forks Community Theatre says a couple of these movies aren’t actually that terrible.
To some people, movies about wasp women and giant leeches are cult classics; to others, guilty pleasures. One thing’s for sure, the movies that will be screened during September Movie Mania at Fire Hall Theatre will be the height of sci-fi horror campiness.
Community theater show will open Thursday at Fire Hall Theatre “The Mystery of Edwin Drood,” a musical that’s a play within a play, will open Thursday at Fire Hall Theatre presented by Greater Grand Forks Community Theatre.
The works of women playwrights from North Dakota, and — thanks to the wonders of Skype — from Canada and Australia will be featured Saturday at Grand Forks Fire Hall Theatre at an event called “She Speaks — North Dakota.”
‘Putnam County Spelling Bee’ opens Tuesday at Fire Hall Theatre “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” set to open Tuesday in Grand Forks, is a comically smart show in one act, a Tony Award-winning musical that will be presented as the first of two shows this summer by Crimson Creek Players.
Community Theatre presents play at Fire Hall
In the play “The Bad Seed,” little Rhoda Penmark is a well-behaved child, seemingly sweet, charming and full of old-fashioned graces. Still, her mother has an uneasy feeling.
How far would you go for your child? That’s the question at the heart of “Bright Ideas,” a black comedy about the nurturing instinct gone haywire that opens at 7:30 tonight at Fire Hall Theatre in downtown Grand Forks.
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