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Cal Arts

by Lorie Lewis Ham


Another season of the Woodward Shakespeare Festival is almost upon us so we took a moment to chat with this season’s production manager Richard Adamson, who will also be directing this year’s production of Anthony and Cleopatra.

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by Joshua Taylor


They are Fresno’s newest theatre company, but they’re not just another theatre company. As founder Thornton Davidson says, “Fresno doesn’t’t need more theatres or theatre companies. It needs a more vibrant culture of theatre-attendance.” The goal of LTC then is not just to produce quality theatre, but to create a theatre in which audiences who would not normally participate in the medium of live performance may well be entertained, moved, and challenged by the form.

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by Tom Sims


Are the performing arts alive and well in Fresno?
They are alive and thriving and the next generation is catching the fire and setting the world ablaze with brilliance.
From the age of five and upwards, young people and families can learn to dance in any style from ballet to tap, jazz, ballroom, Irish, or hip hop and more. They can explore the possibilities of visual art, gymnastics, or cheering. They can take vocal and instrumental music lessons, study acting, or combine any of these skill sets in the context of the performing arts at California Arts Academy.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham



This past weekend I had the chance to see the Rocky Horror Show presented by Artists’ Repertory Theatre in Fresno and it was a blast! When I saw their production of this show last year, it was the first time I had ever seen any version of Rocky Horror–including the movie. I now hope to make this an annual event!

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