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Theatre

by Lorie Lewis Ham



This post is really just for those of you who get KRL in your email because apparently the player I embedded in the post we just sent out does not show up in your email so as a PS to that post here is a link to listen to the podcast on the Podbean website!

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by Lorie Lewis Ham



A new episode of the podcast went up last week-if you get our podcast newsletter (where you get extra content not available on KRL) or are a part of our KRL Mystery Facebook group you may already know that, but perhaps you still haven’t listened-well here is another very simple way to listen to the latest podcast.

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Broken Bone Bathtub Performing In Fresno

IN THE August 15 ISSUE

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


We have an unusual show headed to Fresno next week called Broken Bone Bathtub. We decided to chat with the show’s creator, director, and performer, Siobhan O’Loughlin to learn more. Siobhan is from New York.

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by Sandra Murphy
& JC Eaton



Arizona, a nice place for seniors to live. Sophie (Phee), is happy to be near her mother although a bit of distance would be helpful. Phee works as an accountant for an investigative service.

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by Terrance McArthur


It’s a happy day on the beach in Long Beach, California, when the fleet returns in 1944 in the Woodward Shakespeare Festival’s light-hearted season closer, Much Ado About Nothing, playing on the Festival Stage in Fresno through August 25.

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by Terrance McArthur


Do you remember School of Rock with Jack Black, where he pretends to be a substitute teacher and transforms his class of fifth-graders into a rock band? Well, they turned it into a stage musical, including a bunch of new songs with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber—yeah, the Cats and Phantom of the Opera and JC Superstar guy—and a script by Julian Fellowes, who created Downton Abbey.

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by Terrance McArthur


What happens after the fairytale is over? What happens after the slipper fits, after the wolf is dead, after the giant falls off the beanstalk?

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by Terrance McArthur



Look out, Jacques Cousteau! Disney’s The Little Mermaid is back in the Valley, this time in CenterStage Clovis’ production at the Mercedes Edwards Theatre through August 4.

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by Nancy Holley



Shakespeare in Love, as the opening show of the Visalia Players sixty-second season, is no accident. Based on a movie that won seven Academy awards, Shakespeare in Love is a light-hearted romantic comedy with themes familiar to all.

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New Teen Theatre Company in Selma

IN THE July 28 ISSUE

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


The Selma Arts Center in Selma, CA has been providing the Valley with some awesome theatre (check our review of Bring It On), and now it has started a brand new theatre adventure-they have created a special theatre company just for teens.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


In my review of Bring It On this week, I talked about the wide variety of shows on stage in the Valley right now, which includes the irreverent and hilarious Urinetown presented by StageWorks Fresno.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


Bring It On: The Musical is loosely based on the movie of the same name, which focuses on the world of competitive high school cheerleading. The music was written by Tim Kitt and the very well known Lin-Manuel Miranda, with lyrics by Amanda Green and Miranda.

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by Louella Moreland


Kings Players is presenting Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women on the Temple Theatre stage this summer. The play, dramatized by Don L. Swartz, is one of the many adaptations of the timeless and enduring classic about the March sisters’ journey from childhood to maturity during the American Civil War.

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Save The Enchanted Playhouse

IN THE July 14 ISSUE

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by Evelyne Vivies


Some not-so-enchanting changes are on the horizon for The Enchanted Playhouse Theater Company, a charming little theater company that has been bringing family-friendly live theatre to Visalia from its location inside the Main Street Theater since the ’90s.

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