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‘La Mancha’ a Unique Playhouse Opportunity




All in the Family


Study in Contrasts


‘Latino Artists…


There may be no shelter below the belt at Shelterbelt


The bat/man rises again


Cherishing time, place and change


Great songs highlight “Man of La Mancha” at The Playhouse.


The Boy Who Becomes a Man Too Soon


Belt Busy with Instant Plays & Quiche-Eating

If the Theatre Arts Guild gave a TAG award for the most interesting way to end July and enter August, it would go to the Shelterbelt Theatre and its leaders, Craig Bond and Ellen Struve.

The Belt jumped from Crash! Boom! Pow! to Instant Theatre Boot Camp and the remounting of 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche.

After the Ben Beck/Molly Welsh play, writers were paired up last weekend to write 15-minute plays for casts...

<p>  Art by Bemis Artists-in-Residence for First Thursday Art Talk August 2.</p>

Bemis Art Talks paradise…Jennifer Homan at Fred Simon…

August 2 at Bemis’ First Thursday Art Talk, hear artist-partners Hendrikje Kuehne and Beat Klein (Basel, Switzerland) talk about how they formed the ideal landscape from the theme of paradise gardens from historical paintings for their latest series of works. LA-based artist Brian Porray will discuss how he spins his personal history and obsessions with science and technology to create his psychedelic paintings....

Don’t Let “Theater” Be Coupled with “Tragedy”

You might have been sitting in a theater last Thursday night enjoying Crash! Boom! Pow! or Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf or in the outdoor amphitheater watching the Papillion-LaVista musical Annie Get Your Gun.

And you might have been home by the midnight hour when Friday came and cast a shadow over the very word theater as it appeared on television screens in bold headlines: Theater Shooting. Aurora Theater...

Because Nice Matters

The Circle Theatre’s riveting production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf unfolds in the shadow of the most unlikely of set dressing pieces. George and Martha, the feuding protagonists in the Edward Albee classic that is celebrating its 50th year on stages everywhere, are anything but nice. But there it is nonetheless, the cloyingly cute plaque hanging in their living room, the one emblazoned with the inane motto...

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