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by Lorie Lewis Ham


To Thine Own Self Be True: Gender, Sexuality and the Bard is the third virtual mainstage production of Fresno State’s University Theatre. It is written by William Shakespeare, and conceived and directed by Fresno State professor Brad Myers.

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by Mark Nunis



I Sit On My Arse & Play Piano isn’t just the name of my Rogue Festival debut, it’s what I do for a living, almost every day for over twenty-five years. You see, I’m a professional piano bar entertainer. My show will be funny, a bit cheeky, and will include a collection of original songs and personal stories, like these…

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Rogue Festival Goes Virtual

IN THE February 13 ISSUE

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by Mallory Moad



Well, here we are, nearing the end of what has been a very disruptive twelve months. We’ve all been faced with changes. Our workplaces, schools and social outlets have been turned inside out and backwards in order to remain functioning during the pandemic. But this year might be remembered as more than one of turmoil and loss. It could also go down in history as that time when the performing arts hijacked Zoom.

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Rogue Performer Preview: Right Now: Year Two

IN THE February 10 ISSUE

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by Martin Dockery



What’s the right word to describe this past year?
Ridiculous?
Harrowing?
Surreal?
Intimate?

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Christmas is Alive and Well with The Kings Players

IN THE December 5 ISSUE

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by Louella Moreland



What happens when a worldwide pandemic closes the doors to live theaters? After recovering from the initial shock, creative minds of organizations, writers, directors, and actors go virtual!

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Golden Chain Theatre Online Melodrama

IN THE July 15 ISSUE

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by Michael Van Buren



The Golden Chain Theatre is known for its summer melodramas. Since 1967, audiences have been booing, cheering, and enjoying free popcorn. But what was to happen in the summer of 2020 when gatherings of family and friends were not happening? How could we make sure that our patrons continue to smile beneath their masks?

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