Hansberry’s Classic A Raisin In The Sun At Park Square Theatre

Quote of the Day: the poem Harlem by Langston Hughes, from which Lorraine Hansberry got her title for this poignant family drama, set in the 1950’s, yet speaks to us today. A true classic in dramatic literature. What happens to a dream deferred?       Does it dry up       like a raisin in the sun?       Or fester like…
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Unique Staging Of Moliere’s Tartuffe At James J. Hill House

Quote of the Day: A few choice lines from Moliere’s play Tartuffe, translation/adaption by Prudence Steiner, produced by the Wayward Theatre Company at the James J. Hill House in St. Paul, MN, a perfect setting for this play about rich fools and the charlatan’s who woo them. You respect a mask as if it were…
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Pulitzer Prize Winning Poet Vijay Seshadri Visits CLC, Fall 2016

Quote of the Day: As Poet Vijay Seshadri introduced his poem “Road Trip,” he said it is about that impulse you have to run away from it all. “I feel that,” he said, “About three times a day, but only six days out of the week.” The poem takes you on a road trip down the…
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Brainerd Area Youth Theatre Workshops, Fall 2016

Mary Aalgaard and her company Play off the Page will be offering Youth Theatre Classes and Writing Workshops in the Brainerd lakes area in the Spring, Summer, and Fall. Classes are held at Central Lakes College Theaters. You can register by calling Jean at the CLC Community Theatre Box Office, 218-855-8199. You can also keep…
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Bars And Measures At The Jungle Theater, Review

Quote of the Day: The music is not enough. A line from Bars and Measures, a new play by Idris Goodwin, which explores the power of music to connect and the forces of this world that pull us apart. This powerful drama examines life through the bars and measures of music, life, and our culture of fear.…
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