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Musical Theater Through the Ages

The art of theater has probably been around in some form since man first began communicating, but at least since the ancient Egyptians. What began as rituals to satisfy the gods soon became a form of entertainment, first for royalty, but then for the common man. Within this history, the origin of musical theater can…
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Why Clowning (School) is No Joke

In the entertainment industry, few performers are as funny — or iconic — as the clown. Through jokes, physical humor and other gags, they have brought smiles to the faces of adults and children for centuries. But becoming a clown is no laughing matter. It takes hard work and dedication to truly master the art.…
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5 Reason Why Everyone Should Take an Improv Class

When you hear the word “improvisation,” do you cower in fear? While that reaction might be bit extreme, it’s no secret that many people are terrified by the idea of doing improv. After all, it is unscripted, unpredictable and unfiltered. But what most people don’t realize is that anyone can improvise! It’s not like any…
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100 Dresses

July 23,24,25,26 100 Dresses by Mary Hall Surface  adapted from the book by Eleanor Estes Directed by Liz Bigler The Hundred Dresses is a play adapted by Mary Hall Surface from a children's book by Eleanor Estes. The Hundred Dresses, set in the 1930s, introduces audiences to a young Polish immigrant, Wanda, who is teased…
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