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Rockin' the Rocky Horror Picture Show
Rockin' the Rocky Horror Picture Show

A lot of great movies came out in the 1970s, but "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" wasn't one of them.

"It's a terrible movie, but it's so funny," said Steve Allen, of Hotchkiss, a fan whose first experience of the cult classic was with wife Sunshine Knight on their wedding anniversary.

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Shadow cast needed for showings of Rocky Horror Picture Show

The Paradise Theatre plans to run the "Rocky Horror Picture Show" at 10 p.m. nightly Oct. 27-28 and is looking for a shadow cast to perform during the screenings. Rehearsals will be held Mondays beginning Oct. 2. There are no speaking parts.

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CMU concludes theatre season with 'non-stop comedy' Boeing-Boeing

CMU's Department of Theatre Arts will conclude its 2016-17 Main Stage season with the comedy, Boeing-Boeing, April 13-15 in the Moss Performing Arts Center Robinson Theatre. The play is a 1960s French farce which was translated for the English-speaking stage.

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'Elf the Musical' a hit
'Elf the Musical' a hit

It's been many years since a full-length musical production came to the Paonia High School stage. Musicals take work and talent. They take training and dedication, costumes, sets, a good stage manager and crew, and hours and hours of rehearsal.

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Blockbuster musical 'Annie' opens Nov. 4

Magic Circle Players bring the award-winning musical "Annie" to the Magic Circle Theatre stage just in time for the holiday season. The much-loved musical opens Friday, Nov. 4, at 7:30 p.m. and continues each weekend through Dec. 3. Friday and Saturday evening performances begin promptly at 7:30 p.m. Sunday matinees are scheduled Nov. 13, 20 and 27 at 2 p.m.

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CMU theatre introduces new Bravo Cabaret series

CMU's Department of Theatre Arts will present a new series of cabaret performances as an opportunity for students to gain further and varied experience and to raise money for music theatre scholarships. The Bravo Cabarets are a series of concerts featuring top music theatre students and special guests Mesa Outloud!

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CMU 'Season of Tradition' based on well-known literature

The CMU Department of Theatre Arts is about to kick off its 2016-17 season with several audience favorites, many of which are based on well-known literature. The main stage season consists of Roald Dahl's "James and the Giant Peach," Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," "My Fair Lady," which is based on George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion," and 1960s era French farce, "Boeing-Boeing."

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School play pokes fun at political campaigns
School play pokes fun at political campaigns

At just the right moment, Cedaredge High School theater students are providing some real comic relief from an all-too-serious presidential election season.

In their funny and fast-paced spring production, "The Election," the CHS thespians have created a send-up of twisted motives, public posturing, backroom politics and outright foolishness in a battle of two egos conniving to win a presidential election.

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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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