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By AARON SAUNDERS | aaron.saunders@herald-mail.com | June 28, 2011
A group of about 30 children will remember to Reduce, Recycle and Re-Use after watching the Saint Luke Lutheran Tent Troupe perform for the first time in Funkstown Tuesday afternoon with its show “Once Upon A Time....” “This is our 41st year, and we started because our youth minister pastor had a great love for music, theater and circus. At that time, there were a lot of troupes, but today we are the only traveling summer tent theater,” Drama Director Roney Shawe said. The troupe, which hails from Silver Spring, Md., performed interactive singalongs at Community Park like the “Hokey Pokey” and “Peanut Butter and Jelly,” and stories that included the Chinese folktale, “Tiki Tiki Tembo,” and “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein.
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By ALICIA NOTARIANNI | alnotarianni@aol.com | December 8, 2012
For years, students of the performing arts at Hagerstown Community College would study, practice, refine and move on. On Saturday afternoon, in an effort to showcase the results of their efforts, students presented An Afternoon of Song and Dance at Kepler Theater. Vocal and choral instructor Francesca Aguado-Murray said the event was the first she knew of at the college incorporating students of dance, singing and musical theater in one variety show. She credited musical theater and dance instructor Alyssa J. Foley with the idea to gather the students for a joint performance.
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By KATE COLEMAN | September 18, 2008
Get out your top hat, your white tie and your tails. There'll be smooth sailin' Saturday night when the Maryland Symphony Orchestra presents "Steppin' Out," the pops concert of the MSO's 27th season. The evening of song and dance - yes, dance! - will feature timeless classics of Broadway and Hollywood by masters of musical theater: Harold Arlen, Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Jerome Kern and Cole Porter. "Great music is great music, and it doesn't matter what genre it's in," said MSO Music Director Elizabeth Schulze.
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August 22, 2009
'I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change!' FAYETTEVILLE, Pa. - A comedy about dating and marriage. Continues through Sunday, Aug. 23. Totem Pole Playhouse, 9555 Golf Course Road. Call 888-805-7056 or go to www.totempoleplayhouse.org 'Cats' FREDERICK, Md. - "Cats" tells the story, through song and dance, of the annual gathering of Jellicle cats. Continues through Saturday, Aug. 29. Way Off Broadway Dinner Theater, 5 Willowdale Drive. Tickets cost $41 to $45. For show times and information, call 301-662-6600 or go to www.wayoffbroadway.
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July 3, 2008
'The Frog Prince' MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- Wonderment Puppet Theatre presents "The Frog Prince. " 1 and 3 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday. Wonderment Puppet Theatre, 412 W. King St. Tickets cost $6; $3.50 for ages 3 and older. 'The Underpants' FAYETTEVILLE, PA. -- A neglected but loving housewife becomes an overnight celebrity when while watching a parade she accidentally loses her undergarments in public much to the horror of her conservative husband, a dedicated public servant.
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By ALICIA NOTARIANNI | alnotarianni@aol.com | December 8, 2012
For years, students of the performing arts at Hagerstown Community College would study, practice, refine and move on. On Saturday afternoon, in an effort to showcase the results of their efforts, students presented An Afternoon of Song and Dance at Kepler Theater. Vocal and choral instructor Francesca Aguado-Murray said the event was the first she knew of at the college incorporating students of dance, singing and musical theater in one variety show. She credited musical theater and dance instructor Alyssa J. Foley with the idea to gather the students for a joint performance.
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By AARON SAUNDERS | aaron.saunders@herald-mail.com | June 28, 2011
A group of about 30 children will remember to Reduce, Recycle and Re-Use after watching the Saint Luke Lutheran Tent Troupe perform for the first time in Funkstown Tuesday afternoon with its show “Once Upon A Time....” “This is our 41st year, and we started because our youth minister pastor had a great love for music, theater and circus. At that time, there were a lot of troupes, but today we are the only traveling summer tent theater,” Drama Director Roney Shawe said. The troupe, which hails from Silver Spring, Md., performed interactive singalongs at Community Park like the “Hokey Pokey” and “Peanut Butter and Jelly,” and stories that included the Chinese folktale, “Tiki Tiki Tembo,” and “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein.
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By BRIDGET DiCOSMO | December 4, 2009
HAGERSTOWN -- The 25-foot blue spruce that now floats in the middle of the lake at City Park once stood in the front yard of Vickie Shirley's home on Englewood Road. "It was too big to string lights on," Shirley said Friday night at the annual lighting ceremony at City Park. Shirley donated her two towering trees to the City of Hagerstown this year -- one for the lake and one that stands in Public Square downtown. "Now, I have all my Christmas lights and you can see them.
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September 24, 2009
'The Seven Year Itch' CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A comedy about middle-aged self-deception. Presented by Chambersburg Community Theatre. 8 p.m. today to Sunday, Sept. 27; 2 p.m. Sunday matinee. The Capitol Theatre, 159 S. Main St. Tickets in advance cost $10 or $14; $12 or $17 if purchased at the door. Call 717-263-0202. 'Evita' MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -Musical drama. Told entirely through song and dance, Evita follows the life of Argentina's infamous Eva Peron. 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept.
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August 20, 2009
"The county needs to build a sidewalk along Halfway Boulevard to the park, at least from those first two developments on the left-hand side or on the park side. It's very dangerous coming around those blind curves and having people - adults and children, walking out in the traffic line. " - Williamsport "On Obama's unemployment rates being low, you're not counting the people who have already drawn all their unemployment and they're still out of work, or haven't been able to get work and actually sign up for unemployment, because they were denied.
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