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Local talent finds 'Annie' meaningful
Local talent finds 'Annie' meaningful

Regann Alsdorf is just a fifth grader, but she's already a seasoned performer, thanks to her mom Kirsten.

Kirsten Alsdorf directs the semi-annual "Kids with A King" performances for Delta Christian Church, so Regann is accustomed to singing and dancing on stage.

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Auditions announced for 'Never Too Late'

Magic Circle Players will hold auditions for the comedy "Never Too Late" at Magic Circle Theatre on Friday, Oct. 7, at 6 p.m., and Saturday, Oct. 8, at 9:30 a.m. Audition packets are available at the theatre, 420 S. 12th Street, Montrose.

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Magic Circle season opens with 'Moonlight & Magnolias'

Magic Circle Players are pleased to open its 57th season with the comedy "Moonlight & Magnolias." Written by Emmy Award-winning screenwriter Ron Hutchinson and directed by local Tony Ryan, the fast-paced comedy opens for three weekends beginning on Friday, Sept. 9, at 7:30 p.m.

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'Rabbit Hole' opens this weekend
'Rabbit Hole' opens this weekend

The drama "Rabbit Hole" at Magic Circle Theatre presents a broken-hearted family trying to learn to live beyond a life-shattering automobile accident that took the life of an only child.

Directed by Dave Olson and assistant director Stasia Allyn, the actors use bitingly humorous dialogue (including adult contemporary language) as they portray a New York family trying desperately to restore the shreds of their once-happy life.

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Rabbit Hole, drama camp occupy Magic Circle stage

The drama "Rabbit Hole" at Magic Circle Theatre presents a broken-hearted family trying to learn to live beyond a life-shattering automobile accident that took the life of an only child.

Directed by Dave Olson and assistant director Stasia Allyn, the actors use bitingly humorous dialogue (including adult contemporary language) as they portray a New York family trying desperately to restore the shreds of their once-happy life.

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