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Music on Main: Trio Cleonice surprises and delights

What FUN!  It’s not a comment you normally hear at chamber music concerts.  But judging from the many smiles around in the audience at Tuesday evening’s performance of this award-winning trio, everyone had a wonderful time! Trio Cleonice is the … Continue reading

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Arts Club’s “The Valley” tackles mental illness

It isn’t often I don’t want to leave my seat after seeing a show, but “The Valley” had me rooted to the spot. This is an amazing play with insight, understanding and humanity. These are people we see on the … Continue reading

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RCMT Fiddler on the Roof is a charmer

Which theatre gods do we thank for the gift of Valerie Easton and her amazing cast and crew of this year’s mega musical — “Fiddler on the Roof”?  Easton’s signature is everywhere, from the amazing choreography, to the nuances of … Continue reading

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Chor Leoni Scales Heights in “Sea to Sky”

Chor Leoni continues to plumb the depths and reach the heights of music, from the waters of the Babylon to the stars above. Artistic director Erick Lichte continues his love of the music of Ēriks Ešenvalds, in presenting the world … Continue reading

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United Players’ “The Government Inspector” found guilty of inducing laughter

Take a bunch of corrupt small town officials in the middle of Russia, add the threat of someone discovering their ridiculous adminstration, an inebriated roustabout and a few doors, and you have a wonderful farce! That’s what director Matthew Bissett … Continue reading

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