Monthly Archives: November 2021

54 Below Review: Paulo Szot: Una Noche Encantada

On November 25, 2021, baritone Paulo Szot performed a special Thanksgiving concert at Feinstein’s / 54 Below. Audiences were treated to a special menu and selections of musicals, songs, zarzuela and operettas from one of the leading men of Broadway and opera. A notable change from Szot’s previous performances at …

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Christmas tree collection and recycling right at your doorstep

New LBV Center Non-profit It’s that time of year already! We are in the loft, the decorations are out, in the garage to find these lights. The holiday season is well and truly underway and the local Charity for Seniors Age UK Lancashire has a question for you. Are you …

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Eklund Opera Program will host an annual student show on December 1

Eklund opera scenes (courtesy CU Presents) The Eklund Opera Program at the University of Colorado’s College of Music at Boulder will feature its annual student performance with selected opera and musical theater stages, all conducted by graduate students. The performance will take place at 6.30 p.m. on Wednesday 1 December …

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SSU’s Drama Program Uses The Arts To Celebrate World AIDS Day, With Creative Writing Club

By Tigers Roar Staff Click here for updates on this story SSU Players by the Sea, the Estuary Creative Writing Club and Professor David IL Poole’s Theatrical Ensemble Course present “A World AIDS Day in the Arts” featuring Watchwomen (WTRT) – Savannah State University’s Visual and Performing Arts Program and …

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Drummer Jared Schonig presents his compositions on superb two-disc debut | music reviews

Click to enlarge At its core, jazz is about reinventing music. The standards are constantly reinterpreted, and each improvised solo is a new flight on the chords of a song. Some of the greatest reinvented music lies in big band arrangements that can elevate tunes to orchestral heights. …

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Klára Kolonits in Bravery Roles in Hungarian State Opera’s New Production The Tales of Hoffmann

After a 25-year hiatus, Offenbach’s magnum opus returns to the repertoire of the Hungarian State Opera in a much anticipated staging by Kriszta Székely. The production of The Hoffmann Tales is presented in double distribution at the Erkel Theater, the premiere on December 4, 2021 stars Klára Kolonits, Boldizsár László …

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“Artists should be celebrated only because of their work”

Bhumi Pednekar on Gender Neutral Performing Arts Awards (Photo credit – Instagram) Hours after Brian May, guitarist for British rock band Queen, criticized Brit Awards management’s decision to cut gender awards, Bollywood actress Bhumi Pednekar spoke out in favor of the move, saying that it was about time that human …

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Library collection celebrates Fenley’s story-rich life

Florence fenley On page 1 of the Austin-based State Observer, February 1, 1943, there is a beautiful photograph of Florence Fenley in stunning western formal wear for women of the time: she wears a dark western-cut blouse with piping light colored along the seams. , a fringed riding skirt and …

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The Boston Ballet is finally back at the Opera with “The Nutcracker”

After a forced absence by COVID in 2020, the Boston Ballet’s heartwarming production of “The Nutcracker” is back at Citizens Bank Opera House. Well, most of them are back. Because children under 12 were not eligible for the vaccination until recently, only older students at Boston Ballet School are participating …

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Satyameva Jayate 2 box office collection Day 2: John Abraham’s film declines after strong opening

John Abraham star Satyameva Jayate 2’s box office collections fell sharply on day two. After earning Rs 3.6 crore on its opening day, the film could only earn Rs 1.85 crore on Friday, according to boxofficeindia.com. The film is released on Thursday. Business analyst Girish Johar previously told indianexpress.com, “The …

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Harris Park brings the performing arts to the heart of the city

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – With the biggest smile, Harris Park founder and Kansas City native Chris Harris stood outside what is now his theater. “We are located at 1604 E. 41st St., the new address for Harris Park,” said Harris. Harris can’t help but smile as he says the address …

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Acorn TV Christmas Collection | Scoop News

Friday, November 26, 2021, 4:57 p.m.Press Release: Acorn TV The mysteries of the murder of Miss Fisher in the television series Acorn 2, episode 13 If you’re looking for a festive fix but there are only a limited number of times you can watch Alan Rickman buy a necklace for …

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Soul Steps to bring African-American step dance to Bennington | Arts and culture

BENNINGTON – Soul Steps, from New York, is excited to bring African-American step dance to the Bennington Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. on December 11. Everyone is invited to learn more about the history of step and get a taste of high-energy body percussion in this hour-long interactive presentation. …

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Review: Met Opera’s ‘Eurydice’ Tries To Raise The Dead

How does that sound when you’re dead? “There are strange high-pitched noises”, writes a character in Sarah Ruhl’s play “Eurydice” to her daughter, who is still in the land of the living, “like an overflowing kettle”. Slippery, stony sounds, as if you hear sour milk being poured, mark our first …

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United Roosevelt Savings Bank Donates $ 1M to Carteret Performing Arts & Events Center

Carteret Roosevelt United Savings Bank donated $ 1 million to Carteret Performing Arts and Events Center and obtained the naming rights for the advanced facility. “The URSB is proud to serve as a cornerstone of the Carteret community and to support the incredible programs, shows and opportunities offered by the …

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Shahid Kapoor Box Office Collection, Hits, Flops & Blockbusters

Shahid Kapoor is considered one of the best actor-dancer in Bollywood. He is also one of the highest paid actors in Bollywood. The actor has been passionate about dancing since he was a child, joined Shiamak Davar’s dance academy when he was just 10 years old, and then featured as …

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Lady Gaga steals the show in exaggerated Italian soap opera “Casa Gucci” – Designer Women

After revolutionizing the music scene, Lady Gaga decided to bet her chips on another sphere of entertainment and migrated to comedy. Winning a Golden Globe for her acclaimed performance in “American Horror Story: Hotel” and an Oscar nomination for her flawless work on the musical novel “A Star Is Born”, …

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Livermore Arts Kicks off Holiday Shows with ‘Irish Christmas’ | Culture

Livermore Arts go cTo lose 2021 with a variety of performances at the Bankhead Theater culminatingeat with Dirty Cello, a five-piece folk, rock and bluegrass string ensemble from San Francisco, on New Year’s Eve. After the performance, the public will be invited to taste champagne, wine and desserts in the …

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Teddy Tahu Rhodes and Guy Noble (State Opera South Australia)

Bass-baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes is one of Australia’s most beloved singers, whose repertoire spans opera, musical theater, folk song and even pop. A man with the common touch, his popularity has remained intact, attracting a larger and more loyal fan base than perhaps any other classically trained singer in Australia. …

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Buy Megan Thee Stallion x Popeyes New Nostalgie Collection

As POPSUGAR editors, we independently select and write things that we love and think you will like, too. If you purchase a product that we have recommended, we may receive an affiliate commission, which in turn supports our work. Megan Thee Stallion is on fire for many reasons, and her …

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Winter delights abound at the Cowichan Performing Arts Center this holiday season – Cowichan Valley Citizen

The Cowichan Performing Arts Center picked up where it left off before the pandemic with a slew of big shows coming to Duncan’s big stage. First some seasonal laughs with O Christmas Tea: a British comedy, on stage on Friday November 19 at 7:30 p.m. Featured as something for fans …

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“It’s So Happy”: Black Arts MKE Prepares To Launch Annual “Black Nativity” Production

This year’s theme is “for the culture” and members of the public can expect to see black cultural references in the choreography, costumes and more. (Photo by Jenny Plevin) By Ana Martinez-Ortiz Almost everyone knows the story of the Nativity. Mary and Joseph go to Bethlehem in search of a …

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Sooryavanshi Box Office Collection Day 15: Akshay Kumar’s crime drama brings in a total of Rs 169.50 Crore!

Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif-starrer Sooryavanshi works exceptionally well even on the 15th day of its release. As director Rohit Shetty earned Rs 3.26 crore on day 15 at the box office. With this, the film now amounts to a total of Rs 169.50 crore. Looks like at the end …

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Heather McMahan to Tour Lexington Opera House

Opera House on January 14.” title=”Stand-up comedian Heather McMahan is touring the Lexington Opera House on January 14.” loading=”lazy”/> Stand-up comedian Heather McMahan is touring the Lexington Opera House on January 14. Submitted photo Stand-up comedian, actress and “high-level burning mess” Heather McMahan will bring her farewell tour (billed as …

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This stylish Surat apartment has an enviable art collection

In the living room, a floor-to-ceiling ensemble of over 50 abstract works, inspired by American artist Allan McCollum The Shapes project, plays the main role. It channels the look of an upscale New York City art gallery – esoteric, mystical, almost like a scene from The “Da Vinci Code. That …

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Emily Mwila: The Kiwi songbird singing at the Metropolitan Opera in New York

As she weaves her way through the labyrinth of backstage corridors at New York’s Metropolitan Opera, Emily Mwila contemplates her surroundings: those huge portraits of Pavarotti, of Callas – the big names with the big voices she has listened to over the years. “It’s like, wow! I’m really here, ”she …

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Bunty Aur Babli 2 Box Office Collection Day 1: Saif Ali Khan, Rani Mukerji star starts slowly

Bunty Aur Babli 2 was released in theaters today. The film stars Rani Mukerji, Saif Ali Khan, Siddhant Chaturvedi and newcomer Sharvari Wagh in key roles. Well, the dramatic comedy got off to a slow start at the box office on day one. As mentioned in the Box Office India …

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Cleveland shows devotion to the arts and vacation fun

CHEERS … to the sleek expansion of Case Western Reserve University of the Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center which seamlessly adds the 250-seat Roe Green Theater and 100-seat Black Box Theater named in honor of Walter donors and Jean Kalberer, as Cleveland critic Steven Litt reports. com. And …

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Reviews | The arts department deserves the same respect as the sports department | Opinion

We’ve all heard the classic story of the arts department in a school being a second thought to the athletics department. While this is not true in all schools, it is certainly a problem on the minds of students across the country, including the Northwest. There has been a stigma …

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Short story collection by Inuit author Norma Dunning wins one of Canada’s top fiction awards – Eye on the Arctic

“Norma Dunning’s masterful storytelling uses artful detail to engage compelling characters who confront the prejudices, misogyny and inequity of southern Canada with humor and tenacity,” read a statement on the Governor General’s Literary Awards website. (Courtesy of Norma Dunning) Inuit writer Norma Dunning won one of Canada’s top literary awards …

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Season 2 has a soap opera flair

Michael Rainey Jr. as Tariq St. Patrick in Power Book II: GhostPhoto: Starz Seven years ago, viewers discovered Tariq St. Patrick (Michael Rainey Jr.), the 12-year-old son of drug lord James “Ghost” St. Patrick and his wife Tasha St. Patrick. , in Power. Throughout the six seasons of the series …

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Yellowstone Could Be the Perfect Political Soap for Our Divided Era | Opinion

By Fletcher McClellan and Andrew Furman Last week the modern western series Yellowstone kicked off its fourth season on the Paramount Network with a bang. The first of two episodes drew more than eight million viewers, the largest audience for a scripted cable series since 2018. Yellowstone is the co-creation …

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The Los Angeles Rams have OBJ, Von Miller, and a collection of stars. But can they put it all together?

Possessing the power of the stars does not always equate to immediate results, and the The Los Angeles Rams learn this the hard way. While they’ve grabbed the headlines over the past two weeks with the acquisitions of Von Miller and Odell Beckham Jr., they haven’t won in the field. …

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The Tradition Continues, 8th “Season of Hope Arts Festival”

Friday November 26 with the tree lighting at 6:00 p.m., by municipal commissioner Seby Haddad. Roberto Hugo Gonzalez’s photos – Advertising – Texas border affairs “We invite the community to join us as we celebrate our 8e Annual A season of hope Arts Festival, at McAllen’s Art Village on Main, …

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Curio announces the release of the iconic Topps Mars Attacks Classic NFT Collection

The NFT Collectible Card Series, featuring original artist artwork Wally wood and Norman Saunders, follows a sci-fi plot of a Martian invasion of Earth with battle scenes between humans and aliens. Upon release, the series became an instant classic for its timely portrayal of fears surrounding war and conflict. For …

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Review of ‘Florencia en el Amazonas’: the Spanish-language opera arrives at the Lyric Opera on a grand scale

The lush, vibrant and intensely green jungle, saturated with sunlight, is the first thing that strikes you when you take a seat at the Lyric Opera in Chicago. The spectacle is dense and glorious – then vaguely disturbing – as one becomes aware of the mysterious twinkles behind the leaves. …

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Watch A-HOGE musician robot recreates Mozart with his calculator compositions

Remember those super basic calculators people carried around before our ultra-smart phones and computers made them obsolete? Those plastic singles that you maybe used to do your homework with or that your mom used to balance her checkbook? Today, most people probably think that calculators are no longer really in …

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Gather on stage to revive the performing arts

“All Together Now” brings together local theater artists for a special weekend November 11, 2021 11:08 p.m. LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – From high school students to middle school to local professionals, theatergoers across the capital have the chance to celebrate theater live by performing together. Presented by Music Theater International, …

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The opera workshop ‘Love and laughter’ takes the stage

Colton Duncon performs “HmHmHm” by Mozart. 15 students performed hilarious, heartfelt and powerful songs in their first opera workshop in two years. The student singers performed famous comic-romantic scenes from several popular operas last weekend in the “Love and Laughter” opera workshop at Plaster Auditorium. They performed scenes from famous …

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Arts Wrap: Drawn Together Arts, Lily LaMotte, Donald Gardner Stacy and Dishman Hills Pilsner

Drawn Together Arts, a new performing arts company, will present a series of short staged readings and cabaret performances at the Art Spirit Gallery at 415 E. Sherman Ave. at Coeur d’Alene, and the first of these events will be Steve Martin’s “Picasso” at Lapin Agile. Set in 1904, this …

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The story of The Pirate Bay will likely be a TV series, and one of its founders is preparing a film about what remains unknown

The story of The Pirate Bay in Sweden is set to be shot next year, as a six-part television series and which will likely be broadcast on the Nordic nation’s consumer channel SVT. In line with the advice recognized so far, the filmmakers will likely agree with the contributions of …

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Bob Dylan performs at IU auditorium on Sunday night and performs new compositions

Singer-songwriter Bob Dylan performed at the IU Auditorium on Sunday night as part of his Rough and Rowdy Ways world tour after two years of absence from the stage due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dylan performed songs from his album “Rough and Rowdy Ways”, which he composed last year. A …

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Longtime Marketing Specialist and Art Producer Joins San Diego Rep as New General Manager

Abigail “Abby” Buell, who has spent the past 16 years in the theater and performing arts in New York City as a marketer and producer, has joined the San Diego Repertory Theater as the new CEO. Buell joined the representative’s team three weeks ago. She replaces Larry Alldredge, who resigned …

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Sooryavanshi box office collection Day 4: Akshay Kumar’s film collects Rs 14.5 crore

Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif’s action-drama film Sooryavanshi is roaring loudly at the global box office. After having had a great weekend at the box office, the company of director Rohit Shetty has crossed the 100 crore rupee mark worldwide. In Indian markets, Sooryavanshi raised Rs 14.53 crore on Monday, …

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Giselle at the Royal Opera House – rich and exultant

Balletomaniacs are not like normal people (the clue is in the name). Where theatergoers relish the prospect of a new work, the ballet crowd loves a story they can hum. Die-hard fans won’t hesitate to see a work they already know backwards three or four times in a season, either …

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Akshay Kumar star records his biggest score ever

Rohit shetty Sooryavanshi is witnessing an unshakeable box office record run, with cinemas seeing crowded shows even on day three. The crime drama takes full advantage of the extended Diwali weekend by bringing audiences back to theaters after a long hiatus due to COVID-19. Early estimates say the film achieved …

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The arts exhibited at Oskaloosa – Oskaloosa News

Artists and members of the Mahaska Chamber and Development celebrated the opening of the Envision art gallery last week. by Ken AllsupNovember 6, 2021 Oskaloosa, Iowa – Art in Oskaloosa has been on full display as fall leads to winter. The professional season at the George Daily Auditorium also supports …

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Couch Opera presents Vienna in Hollywood and Broadway at Camelot Theater

Jewish artists fleeing Nazi persecution into the Golden Age of American musicals inspired by From Vienna to Hollywood and Broadway, an operetta, film and stage composition pastiche by writer-director Gregory Yurisich performing at the Camelot Theater in Mosman Park. Think, Cabaret 2: The Aftermath. It’s a good fit for Couch …

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Manitoba Opera rings for season opener

Hi! Hi! Nearly two years of pandemic silence since its last fully staged production in November 2019, Manitoba Opera has decided to return to the show Friday night on a ringtone and a prayer, featuring two intimate chamber operas inspired by the humble phone. . The company, now 49, is …

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Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center to present Disney’s DESCENDANTS: THE MUSICAL

The Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center will present Disney’s Descendants: The Musical, a bold, colorful and character-filled show based on the popular original Disney Channel films, as part of its 2021-2022 Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield subscription series. Open November 12 and through November 21, Disney Descendants: The Musical follows …

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a Texan collection – SMU Daily Campus

Fourth generation Texan Dian Malouf began designing her bold pieces in silver and gold in 1986. Her work has been featured in Vogue, Elle, In Style and Women’s Wear Daily. His latest collection, “Field of Dreams”, consists primarily of oversized silver coins, including “Ride On”, a four-inch-long ring shaped like …

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WIN: A copy of the ‘Clint Eastwood – 40 Film Collection’ – Competitions

To celebrate the release of Clint Eastwood’s latest theatrical release crying macho and the new digital documentary series, Clint Eastwood – A Cinematic Legacy, celebrating 50 years of making Eastwood at Warner Bros., we have a copy of the “Clint Eastwood – 40 Film Collection” to give away. Clint eastwood …

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Arts calendar published on November 3, 2021

Willmar, November 4, 6 p.m., Whitney Music / Jazz N Java; Gravel Road music with John A-Fram Beck and Friends; free hat basket for musicians; call to reserve at 320-214-9433 or email [email protected] Marshall, November 5-6, 7:30 p.m., October 30-31, November 6-7, 2 p.m., Southwest Minnesota State University; $ 10, …

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Wiener Staatsoper & Osterfestspiele Salzburg announce co-production of “Lohengrin”

(Credits: ORF / Lalo Jodlbauer) The Wiener Staatsoper and the Osterfestspiele Salzburg have announced their cooperation on a new production of “Lohengrin” by Wagner. In a joint press release, the two companies noted that a new production of Wagner’s romantic opera would be presented at the Wiener Staatsoper in the …

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Best team builds for Spiral Abyss (Version 2.2)

For Genshin Impact players looking to beat the Spiral Abyss, team makeup is extremely important. Here are the most successful compositions in 2.2. For Genshin Impact With players looking to beat the Spiral Abyss, team composition is extremely important. Reaching the top floor of Spiral Abyss is an important endgame …

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Performing Arts – November 3

Tribute to Neil Diamond by Matt Vee Celebrate the music of Neil Diamond performed by Matt Vee, his family and friends with his performance “I Am… He Said” at 7 pm on January 21 at the Gichi-ziibi Center for the Arts on the campus of Brainerd High School. With songs …

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Opera Theater presents “Speed ​​Dating Tonight! November 4 and 5

The Opera Theater of the Department of Music performs the 2013 romcom opera by Michael Ching, “Speed ​​Dating Tonight!” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday, November 4 and 5, at the Jim and Joyce Faulkner Performing Arts Center. In this one-act comedy opera, several young adults participate in a speed …

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The Harry Potter collection from Le Creuset is now available

If you’ve ever turned 25, you know what it’s like to covet Le Creuset cookware. Evenings until 4am won’t last forever, but you know what’s going to last? A Le Creuset casserole dish. He’ll be there for you every Friday night, long after you’ve swapped bars for soup and watch …

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LA Opera presents the holiday production of CINDERELLA by Rossini

Just in time for the holidays, LA Opera presents Gioachino Rossini’s fairytale romance Cinderella (La Cenerentola) from November 20 to December 12 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. This delightfully entertaining take on the ultimate wealth to riches story finds our brave heroine (no damsel in distress here) seizing the opportunity …

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The theater guild nears the dress rehearsal for the performing arts center building

He got curtains from Broadway. He bought seats from the Bellagio in Las Vegas. And now the Scotts Valley Community Theater Guild is about to complete a performing arts center on the site of the old ice rink. According to Guild Board member Trish Melehan, it took about $ 80,000 …

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Le Creuset has just launched a new ‘Harry Potter’ collection and it’s magic

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and offers we like. If you too like them and decide to buy through the links below, we may receive a commission. Prices and availability are subject to change. Calling all witches and wizards! While Halloween may …

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