TRAVEL MODE Day 6: Girl's Getaway
What do girls do when they "get away?"
I'll tell you!
Laying by the pool
Wining and Dining
Of course, the options are truly endless.
... Posted on 12/3/13 at 8:57 PM
PEACE GARDEN MAMA II mama mondays: life with girls
Rubbing cucumber essence foot scrub on our weary feet
Last week, a friend invited me to a Lemongrass Spa home-product party. "Feel free to bring your girls, too," she said. In the end, that sol... Posted on 8/15/10 at 11:00 PM
SPA will present shows, including 'Suessical,' a musical revue and ‘Sweeney,’ in July "Sweeney Todd," a musical about a vengeance-seeking barber who kills his victims and has their flesh baked into meat pies, is not your typical high school show. In addition to its gruesomely dark story, it’s difficult musically as well. Both those things are part of why Grand Forks Summer Performing Arts chose "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" as its final show of the season.
Summer Performing Arts has announced the casts for its three main summer shows, “Seussical: The Musical,” which will open July 9 and run through July 12; “All Together Now,” on stage July 14-15; and “Sweeney Todd,” from July 17-21.
As a parent, a human resources professional within Development Homes Inc. and a new resident in the Grand Forks/East Grand Forks area, I would like to say thank you to the students of Summer Performing Arts and Red River High School.
After more than a decade of basking in the limelight, Central High School student Jacy Thibert traded in makeup sessions, costume fittings and the sound of applause for the much less glamorous spotlight control booth.
The difference between acting in theater productions and spending show nights manning a heavy spotlight is “like black and white,” she said. But she’s always been intrigued by theater and wanted a change of pace in her 12th and final year of being in the Summer Performing Arts program.
SPA opens 23rd season Friday It's hard to imagine summer in Grand Forks without Summer Performing Arts, now in its 23rd season, a program that brings music, drama and theater to schoolchildren, and one that Friday night will open its first of three major stage productions.
We had a wonderful evening where the power of the arts showed how students from three different schools could work together to create and celebrate.
Fifty performers and emcees and 800 students from the three schools came together for an evening of music.
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