STAFF BLOG THE FARM BLEAT Pick a little, talk a little, cheep-cheep-cheep
After watching last Saturday nights performance of The Music Man at Worthingtons Memorial Auditorium, I cant seem to get the Pick a little, talk a little, cheep-cheep-cheep song out of my head!
Sta... Posted on 8/9/12 at 10:52 PM
THE VIEW FROM MY WINDOW Deep Thoughts of a Grecian Urn
When I was small I would stand in front of the mirror along about Academy Award season, and practice giving my acceptance speech with a hairbrush as my microphone. I would thank everyone my parents, ... Posted on 8/3/12 at 12:09 PM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Better Music, Better Life
On two occasions music festivals were held in Zhuhai. The real awesome part was that both these events were organized by my school. I turned out, the founder of TPR English was quite the involved comm... Posted on 3/31/12 at 8:43 AM
THE FLENSBURG FILES Christmas Market Tour 2011 Nr. 2: Weimar
Weimar is one of those hidden treasures that we never know about until the first words come to mind: The Weimar Republic, the period between 1919 and 1932 where democracy was in its trying times bec... Posted on 12/15/11 at 5:10 PM
WORTHINGTON — Luverne Seifert and Darcy Engen, co-artistic directors of a site-specific traveling theater collaborative that brings professional and community actors together to perform in plays, will be offering three free voice and performance workshops for community actors ages 16 and up.
WINDOM — When the Windom State Theater closed its doors and was put up for sale, a group of concerned citizens rallied together last July to save the landmark structure by forming the non-profit group Windom Theater Inc.
Dinner theater slated for Feb. 28 and March 2 at Elks Lodge WORTHINGTON — To prepare for their roles in the latest production of Grassroots Community Theatre, the cast members only had to turn on their TV sets.
Area youths sharpen their drama skills with Missoula Children's Theatre
WORTHINGTON — “I love acting,” professed Mariah Elser, a 12-year-old from Sibley, Iowa, after roughly five hours of rehearsal Tuesday evening.
Production will be staged Oct. 12-14
WORTHINGTON — “Leaving Iowa,” a production by Grassroots Community Theatre, will be at 8 p.m. Oct. 12-14 in the Village Hall of Pioneer Village. An “Iowa supper” will precede the play from 6:45-7:45 p.m. in the Village Saloon.
OKOBOJI, Iowa — Okoboji Summer Theatre (OST) scores a big hit this week: “Beau Jest” by James Sherman, a comedy with heart, humor and well-developed characterizations, which enjoyed a successful Off-Broadway run for more than two years. The OST cast of six is almost perfect in every way, and the action moves along smoothly to a satisfying climax in under two hours. The people of this play seem as real as our families and friends although situations of our own may be quite different.
Grassroots theater group offers interactive mystery at Historic Dayton House
WORTHINGTON — The stage is set — although there isn’t really a stage — for an event that combines amateur sleuthing, gastronomic indulging and, hopefully, a lot of laughing.
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