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Cast members (from left) Alex Tang, Flora Csete and Jaimi Seesongkram rehearse a scene from “The Case of the Missing Gobbler” last week at the Memorial Auditorium and Performing Arts Center in Worthington.
WHS, WMS choral groups to perform on Monday night
WORTHINGTON — There will be power in numbers — and powerful singing — Monday evening at the Worthington High School (WHS) gymnasium when the WHS and Worthington Middle School (WMS) join forces for a fall concert at 7 p.m.
‘Corn off the Cob’ is Friday and Saturday
WORTHINGTON — The Worthington Friends of the Auditorium (FOTA) will kick off its 2012-2013 season with the 19th annual “Corn off the Cob” variety show at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Memorial Auditorium.
Two- and three-generation family members involved in community show
WORTHINGTON — “You really ought to give Iowa a try,” urge the 40 cast members in the “Iowa Stubborn” number of “The Music Man,” a community theater production opening Friday evening at Worthington’s historic Memorial Auditorium.
Local actors join professionals in delivering classic play
WORTHINGTON — It isn’t the ghosts of George Draper Dayton’s family you’ll see next week at the Historic Dayton House, dressed in 19th century garb and strolling the front lawn or lounging languidly on the home’s sweeping porches.
Cast of 60 presents Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at Memorial Auditorium
WORTHINGTON — If you’re nostalgic for the ’50s — or just pining for the ’70s, when TV shows like “Happy Days” and “Laverne and Shirley” made the ’50s look fabulous — then plan to spend Thursday, Friday or Saturday evening at Memorial Auditorium this week while Worthington High School (WHS) students bring to life the Rydell High School Class of ’59 at 7:30 p.m. nightly in the theater/school version of “Grease.”
WORTHINGTON — Face it: Not everyone has the patience or know-how to coax 260 middle-schoolers to quietly get on and off a stage and risers — without engaging multiple elbows or giggles — but this is a task Cindy Anderson has tackled, and apparently mastered, over the last 23 years.
WORTHINGTON — The Eisenhower Dance Ensemble, a contemporary dance company, will perform to the music of Smokey Robinson, Neil Young, Van Morrison, Tom Waits and Cyndi Lauper, starting at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Auditorium Performing Arts Center.
WORTHINGTON — On the surface, Minnesota West Community and Technical College’s “Defying Gravity” focuses on the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, but the play’s theme is literally uplifting — people soaring to the heavens and reaching beyond their limitations.
Student musicians get world-class feedback at Iowa music festival
WORTHINGTON — The 25 ninth- through 12th-grade members of the Worthington High School (WHS) orchestra traveled south of the border last weekend to participate in the 2011 University of Iowa Orchestra Invitational in Iowa City, Iowa.
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