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HAIRSPRAY delights audiences by sweeping them away to 1960's Baltimore, where the 50's are out -- and change is in the air. Loveable plus-size heroine, Tracy Turnblad, has a passion for dancing, and wins a spot on the local TV dance program, "The Corny Collins Show." Overnight she finds herself transformed from outsider to teen celebrity. Can a larger-than-life adolescent manage to vanquish the program's reigning princess, integrate the television show, and find true love (singing and dancing all the while, of course!) without mussing her hair?
April 12th, 13th, 14th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 2012 at 7:00pm
Matinee April 14th, 2012 at 2:00pm performing in Perry Hall.
By Carol Wright Krause
The Car is about the Banners, a picture perfect postcard of a 1950s American family, with an all-American son, a doting mother and an honest car salesman of a father, who does everything by the book and has just recently, purchased the car—a 1954 Hudson Hornet. But when their son suddenly joins the military, only to return with a Japanese wife the family’s world is suddenly turned upside-down. Things may not be as picture perfect as they seem.
“But through the bumps and potholes, Krause’s script can get surprisingly and satisfyingly dark, and the intensity of the actors on stage make “The Car” an entertaining and engaging ride.” - Jordan Scrivner, RED Magazine
November 3rd, 4th, 5th 10th, 11th , 2011 at 7:00pm
Matinee November 12th, 2011 at 2:00pm
Montana Repertory Theatre tackles faith, trust, mendacity, friendship & the Church w/ a deft & insightful touch. The impressionable Sister James reports a dubious exchange between a young student & the charismatic Father Flynn to the principal of St. Nicholas Church School. Sister Aloysius seeks the truth w/in a cloak of suspicion, mistrust & doubt woven together in a Tony® Award-winning play by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright John Patrick Shanley. Content Disclaimer: this contains mature content that may be unsuitable for children.
The State Ballet Theatre of Russia invites you to enjoy one of the most beloved ballets of all time. Under the spell of a cruel sorcerer that can only be broken by a pledge of true love, a young maiden takes the graceful form of a swan. When Prince Siegfried discovers the lake & the beautiful swan maiden, he knows his heart belongs to her alone. But the sorcerer has other plans, & using trickery & deceit, a story unfolds that captures the enduring power of love.
A time-honored family tradition returns to the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center this holiday season as NTC Productions brings to life Dickens’ “ghostly little tale.” Follow the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge on a journey to find the true meaning of Christmas, wrought with self-reflection and the image of Tiny Tim, destitute on the eve of Christmas. Enjoy the carols of the season with this Fox Cities holiday favorite.
"A Perfect Ganesh” recounts the story of two American housewives, Margaret Civil and Katherine Brynne, who abandon their usual annual vacation plans and book a holiday trip to India. On this spiritual journey, they explore their friendship and take an honest look at the lives they are living and the people they are and would like to become. Playwright Terrence McNally’s brilliant play was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in 1994.
Proceeds from the Friday, May 20th performance of “A Perfect Ganesh” will benefit the Brandon Thielke Foundation.
A Perfect Ganesh is rated FRS-15 for language and adult themes.
Rebel Alliance Theatre’s mission is to reveal and recognize the Arts as an essential component of a thriving and sustainable community.
The Girls Leadership and Development Summer Camp (G.L.A.D.) for girls in grades 1-8 will be held at St. Norbert College July 5-15.
The primary focus of the camp is to build self-esteem and leadership skills, develop positive self-image, make healthy choices through fitness and nutritious eating, set high-reaching goals and improve science and math skills. The camp will be taught by Wisconsin certified young women teachers who have been chosen for their ability to be great role models.
Scholarships are available on a first come, first served basis to ensure that girls from disadvantaged backgrounds will be equally able to benefit from the experience.
The Girls Leadership and Development Summer Camp will be held each morning from Tuesday, July 5 until Friday, July 15, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. All camp activities will take place on the St. Norbert College campus. Registration is $120, which includes a daily snack, a camp T-shirt and an end-of-camp family celebration.
The Girls Leadership and Development Summer Camp is made possible through support from FulfillNet Inc., Northland Cold Storage, Inc., Bellin Health, Schenck CPA, Lindeman’s Cleaning, Schreiber, Saranac and St. Norbert College.
A student-directed adaptation of Nzotake Shange’s seminal work. The play explores the unique experiences of seven women of color as they navigate through struggles with racism, sexism, love, childbirth, and other life challenges. Free and open to the public.
Maximum Voice Theatre is holding auditions for Michelle Lowe's hilarious and thought-provoking comedy, The Smell of the Kill.
The Smell of the Kill revolves around Nicky, Debra, and Molly who have tolerated one another during once-a-month dinners for years. While their unseen spouses play golf in the dining room, the women exchange confidences for the first time revealing that all three marriages are on the brink of disaster and all three women are facing the challenges of their lives. Nicky’s husband has been indicted for embezzlement, Molly’s husband is stalking her and Debra’s husband is leaving her for another woman. The tables turn when the men mistakenly lock themselves in a basement meat locker. The women are faced with a life-or-death decision – should they leave the men out in the cold – permanently – or let them thaw?
Director Michael Laskowski is looking for three women anywhere between early 30's and late 40's. Also three men who are needed for offstage voices. Auditions will be May 4th and 5th from 6:00-8:00pm at the Neenah Public Library. Auditions will consist of cold readings.
Performances will be September 22-24 at Perfect Presentations in Neenah.
Any questions please contact Michael Laskowski at (920)360-8235.
Music Theatre’s production of, “The Phantom of the Opera,” will begin rehearsals on June 13. These rehearsals are held Monday through Friday evenings. Auditions for “Phantom” are scheduled for May 31 and June 1. Ten performances are scheduled: July 28-August 7.
Many individuals are also needed backstage working on costumes, make-up, props and performance-running crew. Those interested in working backstage are encouraged to come to auditions and sign up.
For information concerning auditions or backstage participation, contact Dudley Birder at 920-619-7149 or [email protected].
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