SLOWING THE RACING MIND Spotlight: A Proud Mama Moment
Walking up to the Orpheum Theatre on Monday night, I noticed that
my heart started to pump with excitement when I saw on the marquee that the show was sold out!
How exciting to know that my daught... Posted on 6/14/12 at 7:30 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Better Music, Better Life
On two occasions music festivals were held in Zhuhai. The real awesome part was that both these events were organized by my school. I turned out, the founder of TPR English was quite the involved comm... Posted on 3/31/12 at 8:43 AM
RELUCTANT STAGE MOM Dressing Room Adventures: Back of House at Annie Jr.
At the back of the house on the Annie Jr. set it's: hot rollers, hairspray, braids, pig tails, nylons, shoelaces, hats. Eyeliner, blush, lipstick and microphone tape these have been my surroundings fo... Posted on 2/9/12 at 1:04 PM
THE FLENSBURGER FILES Christmas Market Tour 2011 Nr. 2: Weimar
Weimar is one of those hidden treasures that we never know about until the first words come to mind: The Weimar Republic, the period between 1919 and 1932 where democracy was in its trying times bec... Posted on 12/15/11 at 5:10 PM
MODERN-DAY JANE No breakfast in bed, please, either!
I like to read magazines, but sometimes I get a little defensive. Am I a bad mom because I don't bake with my children? I mean, if I can help it? No. Am I a bad mom because I'm not out shooting hoops ... Posted on 5/6/11 at 2:23 PM
Shame on the News Tribune for the wildly imbalanced reporting on the upcoming Duluth Festival Opera production of “Pocahontas,” which is to be staged Thursday evening in Marshall School (“Critic blasts opera’s non-Indian casting,” Sept. 19). The newspaper took the personal gripe of one disaffected woman and blew it up into some kind of racial turmoil.
As the opinions of Fond du Lac musician Lyz Jaakola were the sole source of criticism levied against the Duluth Festival Opera’s Midwestern premiere of “Pocahontas,” in a front-page article Monday by the News Tribune’s Christa Lawler, I appreciate the opportunity to respond. For the record, there are five Fond du Lac musicians and dancers who are performing traditional tribal music in the production.
Anderson, a Rubber Chicken regular, is the type of guy who could make fun of your mother and you’d laugh along, because, with a wink and a nod, he can bring every single audience member in on every single joke.
If you’re unfamiliar with this Broadway classic, it tells the story of Don Quixote as a play within a play, performed by Miguel de Cervantes and his fellow prisoners as he awaits a hearing during the Spanish Inquisition.
As is the theme with big-budget horror movie sequels, Rubber Chicken’s second staging of “Evil Dead: The Musical” has roughly the same storyline but is rendered “new” by the fact that there’s a whole lot more gore this go-round.
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