Theatre

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee On Stage at Roger Rocka’s

by Terrance McArthur


Spelling bees—some people love them; some people hate them. It all depends on how well you did. But no matter how you finished in your school’s event—win or lose—you’ll find a moment that resonates in the Good Company Players’ musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, at Roger Rocka’s Dinner Theater through May 15.

Rogue Festival Reviews: Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me but Banjos Saved My Life/WHAT PIECE DID YOU LOSE?/Brother Love’s Good Time Gospel Hour/Accordion Fight Show

by Mallory Moad
& Terrance McArthur


Here are 4 more Rogue Festival show reviews-Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me but Banjos Saved My Life/WHAT PIECE DID YOU LOSE?/Brother Love’s Good Time Gospel Hour/Accordion Fight Show--with possibly a few more to come! Be sure to head out to weekend two of this year's Festival! You will be able to find all of our Rogue Festival Reviews in our Rogue Festival Section here on KRL!

Rogue Festival Reviews: Jaguar Is a Liar/Thinking Out Loud/Blood Harmony/The Real Black Swann

by Mallory Moad
& Terrance McArthur


Here are 4 more Rogue Festival show reviews-Jaguar Is a Liar/Thinking Out Loud/Blood Harmony/The Real Black Swann--with more to follow today and tomorrow! Be sure to head out to weekend two of this year's Festival starting today! You will be able to find all of our Rogue Festival Reviews in our Rogue Festival Section here on KRL!

Rogue Festival Reviews: Father, Daughter & Holy Ghost, & Rosegold

by Mallory Moad
& Terrance McArthur


Here are two more Rogue Festival show reviews--these are for Father, Daughter & Holy Ghost, and Rosegold, with more to come soon! Be sure to head out to weekend two of this year's Festival starting on Thursday! You will be able to find all of our Rogue Festival Reviews in our Rogue Festival Section here on KRL!

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