Thursday, February 04, 2010
Shawnee State University Theatre announces casting and production dates for the upcoming 2010 Spring production of "Noises Off" under the direction of John Huston, Associate Professor of Theatre. This staged production of "Noises Off" is to be presented in three performances beginning at 7:30 p.m. April 1, 2 and 3 on the VRCFA's Main Stage. General Admission is $8.00, Seniors $6.00, Faculty/Students with valid ID $6.00. Tickets may be purchased at the McKinley Box Office.
The following SSU students make up "Noises Off" cast:
Emily Crabtree as Dotty Otley; Jacob Packer as Lloyd Dallas; Mason Parker as Garry Lejeune; Amy Strickland as Brooke Ashton; Ammie Phipps as Poppy Norton-Taylor; WADE BEACHY as Frederick Fellowes; Andrea Gerlach as Belinda Blair; Ben Ott as Tim Allgood; Jerry Brown as Selsdon Mowbray. Click for more University Chronicle SSU Theatre press reports Issue date: 2/3/10 Section: News
Posted by Watchman at 6:55 PM
RUFARO practices at the Homer Council on the Arts before the MARIMBA MADNESS concert on Jan. 29 at Alice's Champagne Palace. In the back row, left to right, is Jonas Noomah, 12, Janette Latimer, logistics coordinator, Axel Gillam, 12, and Anthony Jones, 12. In the front row, left to right, is Patrick Latimer, 12, BRANDON BEACHY, 12, and John Shank, 13.
Watch out Homer, there's a band of 12- and 13-year-old seventh graders running around town sporting tie-dyed T-shirts, mallets in hand, banging out a hypnotizing, intoxicating beat on large, loud, wooden marimbas.
"Rufaro" means "happiness and joy" in the Shona language of Zimbabwe and was created by a group of local youths wanting to perform a kid's marimba piece in the January 2009 McNeil Canyon Elementary School annual talent show. Click here for more By Christian Whiting Special to the Homer News, Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Posted by Watchman at 6:21 PM
Labels: Fly Fishing
This letter just came in from my grandson in Botswana. If you have any interest in fishing you will enjoy this youtube. Click here to view.
Just wanted to give you the smallest taste of my awesome experience Fly-Fishing and Fly-fish guiding in the Okavango Delta this last October. And we're doing it all again this October! Copy and paste the Link to check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XNzdbK7LQM See Luke's pictures at. www.safphoto.webs.com
Posted by Watchman at 4:23 PM