Found 15 blog entries tagged as Theatre.

Masterclass with Broadway Actor Janet Krupin and Musician Brian Ripps at the Academy of Children's Theatre in Richland, WAThe Academy of Children's Theatre will present the Summer Master Class in Theatre and Performance with Janet Krupin and Brian Ripps beginning July 18 to 21, 2016. The class will run from 1:00 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. and will be held at the Academy of Children's Theatre at 213, Wellsian Way, Richland, WA. For more details, visit the Masterclass with Broadway Actor Janet Krupin and Musician Brian Ripps page at ACT's website.

About Master  Class with Broadway Actor Janet Krupin and Musician Brian Ripps
The Master Class with Broadway Actor Janet Krupin and Musician Brian Ripps is a program designed for High School students who want to advance their acting skills for a better theatrical performance. Also part of the class are lessons about Musical Theatre…

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Summer Stage Disney’s Mulan At The Academy Of Children's Theatre Richland, WashingtonInviting all Grades 4 and up students to come and join the Summer Stage Classes at The Academy of Children’s Theatre located at 213 Wellsian Way in Richland, Washington starting Monday, August 3 Saturday, August 15 to from 10:00 in the morning to 4:00 in the afternoon daily.

ACT's Summer Stage Class "Mulan"
The summer stage classes are a wonderful way to introduce your child to the joys of theatre. What's more the camp finishes in a full scale production.

Students can expect a fast paced fun of creating a full musical performance in two weeks. The Academy of Children’s Theatre is the right place for children to do a full musical this summer. Kids will get a chance to join on a journey to Disney’s Mulan. The camp ends with two public performances on…

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Kaleidoscope Festival Richland Players Theatre Richland, WashingtonFrom March 12th to 15th come and be a part of the Kaleidoscope Festival happening at Richland Players Theatre, 608 The Parkway Richland, Washington.

Details of the 2015 Kaleidoscope Festival
This year's festival will be featuring ten theatre companies from around Washington at the Richland Players Theatre as part of the statewide community festival. There will be five afternoon sessions and evening sessions, each featuring two performances. For the complete schedule, visit the Richland Players website. Tickets may be purchased online or at the box office.

Cost:
$30 for all sessions
$10 per session

For more information and ticket inquiries go to http://richlandplayers.org/index.php?ID=45

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Valley Theater Company presents Everyone is invited on August 8 and 9 at The Princess Theater, 1228 Meade Ave. in Prosser as the Valley Theatre Company presents “Greater Tuna.” Doors will open at 6:30 in the evening while show begins at 7:30 p.m.

About “Greater Tuna”
Long before redneck humor became mainstream; two actors stumble upon each other and produced a theatrical phenomenon uniquely appealing and interesting to audiences world-wide. Welcome to Tuna – the “third smallest town in Texas.” The performance features a pair of naive radio disk jockeys, a racist sheriff, a gun store owner, a religious bigot who studies “segregation in the scriptures,” an animal rights advocate, an undertaker, a crooked judge, Baptist “smut snatchers,” a cliché-laden preacher, and so much more.

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Cuentame Coyote at Gesa Power House Theatre Walla Walla WashingtonOn Saturday, May 24 “Cuentame Coyote” a play about Mexico border crossings by playwright Dael Maln comes to the Gesa Power House Theatre in Walla Walla. Curtain time is 7:30 in the evening.

About “Cuentame Coyote”
The play illustrates the plight of immigrants who suffer injustice and prejudice. It is story with a tragic ending according to Maln and because of some violence and sexual innuendo, the play is rated PG-13. “Cuentame Coyote” is produced by Maln's Portland-based theater group, Milagro.

Tickets and Inquiries
Tickets cost $15 to $18. You may order at www.shakespearewallawalla.org or you can call them at 509-529-6500.

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