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Baddies: The Musical

There are some actors I’ve met, who are very sniffy about children’s theatre. Having done my fair share of TIE (Theatre-In-Education) in the past, I can understand its lack of appeal 557 more words


"Anyone Can Be Fancy"

The opening number says it all…We can all be fancy in the best meaning of the word.  My favorite definition is the word’s use as a verb, meaning to imagine or think, or to have a liking for, or even the noun, the faculty of imagination. 559 more words

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Review by Guest Blogger Emma Lipscomb

The Little Prince, written by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry,is a philosophic story that follows an aviator who, after crashing his plane in the Sahara Desert, meets a “little prince” from another planet. 536 more words

Performing Arts

Life is a Cabaret old chum..

Come to the TEACHaret! Yes, TEACHaret (rhymes with pay not pet) is coming to the Springer Opera House!  What is it?

Well, a cabaret according to dictionary.com is a form of theatrical entertainment including performances composed of satire,improvisation, skits, music and more. 631 more words

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What should we do this weekend?

Today’s post is shorter. (I’m aware that I can be long-winded, but I don’t like to leave out any important details).   Anyway, the Theatre Divas want to remind you of this weekend’s performance offerings.   637 more words

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Saturday Morning Features New Series Focused on Animals

June 10, 2015 (Burbank, CA) – The CW, in association with Litton Entertainment, announced the addition of “Dog Town, USA,” and “Save Our Shelter” 326 more words


Cancellations and Cult Followings of Freaks and Geeks

I hope that everyone had a restful weekend. I spent the majority of mine binge watching “Freaks and Geeks”, the acclaimed short-lived teen drama which ran for just one season between 1999 and 2000, and was produced by Judd Apatow, best known for his “frat pack” comedies. 437 more words