high school – Urban Art Adventures http://www.urbanartadventures.com/ Sat, 26 Mar 2022 14:47:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://www.urbanartadventures.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/icon-17.png high school – Urban Art Adventures http://www.urbanartadventures.com/ 32 32 Worst Day of the Year Ride, Fear No Music 30th Anniversary Season, ‘Tinderella’: 9 Things to Do This Week https://www.urbanartadventures.com/worst-day-of-the-year-ride-fear-no-music-30th-anniversary-season-tinderella-9-things-to-do-this-week/ Wed, 16 Mar 2022 16:10:00 +0000 https://www.urbanartadventures.com/worst-day-of-the-year-ride-fear-no-music-30th-anniversary-season-tinderella-9-things-to-do-this-week/ As the winter arts season draws to a close, the week offers plenty of on-stage and indoor entertainment, including classical music, dance works and experimental music. Several performances include virtual options for those who want to watch from home. It’s also the time for the “worst day of the year”, where costumes are encouraged, but […]]]>

As the winter arts season draws to a close, the week offers plenty of on-stage and indoor entertainment, including classical music, dance works and experimental music. Several performances include virtual options for those who want to watch from home. It’s also the time for the “worst day of the year”, where costumes are encouraged, but you might want to make sure they’re water resistant.

Although the whole state domestic COVID-19 mask mandates have been lifted, some venues or artists still have restrictions in place. Check website information for updated COVID safety requirements.

BodyVox presents “Nineteen Twenty” in March 2022.

“Nineteen Twenty”

For this event originally scheduled to take the stage in March 2020 (we all know how it went), BodyVox, Chamber Music Northwest and the Akropolis Reed Quintet have reset production and are ready to bring back the era of flappers and speakeasies. . The cast includes 11 local dancers and seven musicians.

Opens 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 17 and continues at 7:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Saturday, March 18 and 19, Patricia Reser Center for the Arts, 12625 SW Crescent St., Beaverton; tickets start at $27.50; bodyvox.com/performance

Trixie and Katya Live

Two drag legends and powerhouse comedy partners embark on their first US tour, offering a parody and homage to classic girl’s road trip movies from the 1990s through today. Whether it’s “To Wong Foo, thank you for everything!” Julie Newmar”, “The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert”, “Crossroads” or “Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar”, expect outrageous and absurd comedy and music in this spectacular drag show. You also get humor and adult themes.

8 p.m. Friday, March 18, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, 1037 SW Broadway; tickets start at $39.50; portland5.com

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The choir’s fifth season kicks off with a performance of “Let the Music Fill Your Soul,” along with music composed by longtime director Emily Lau. Students from the Fort Vancouver High School Choir will also perform.

7 p.m. Saturday, March 19, First Vancouver United Methodist Church, 401 E. 33rd St., Vancouver and 3 p.m. Sunday, March 20, St. Paul Lutheran Church, 1309 Franklin St., Vancouver; admission by donation; recoverychoirsings.org

Tilikum Chamber Orchestra

Guitarist David Tutmark is featured in a program that includes a concerto by Nicholas Emmerson, a Portland-based composer and teacher, telling his story as a combat medic who served in Afghanistan.

7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 19 at Rex Putnam High School, 4950 SE Roethe Road, and 2 p.m. Sunday, March 20, Lincoln Hall, PSU, 1620 SW Park Ave.; tickets $5-$15; tilikumchamberorchestra.com

Concert Oregon Sinfonietta

Donald L. Appert conducts the full symphony orchestra, approximately 70 members, in a program that includes Carwithen’s “Suffolk Suite” and Symphony No. 1 in E minor by Sibelius. Hanami Froom, winner of the Young Concerto Competition, also performs Glazunov’s Violin Concerto in A minor.

3:00 p.m. Sunday, March 20, Sunnyside Seventh-day Adventist Church, 10501 SE Market St.; free; cmsomus.org

Worst day of 2019

The annual Worst Day of the Year Ride, seen here in 2019, features three courses of varying lengths and a costume contest with prizes. Mark Graves/Staff

The worst day of the year

While the weather can be nice or soggy, this cycling event usually draws large crowds, families, and just a bunch of really fun people. Pre-hike events include breakfast. Choose from three routes from 15 miles to over 40. Children under 16 ride free. The post-ride party includes costume contests, lunch, a five-tier chocolate fountain, music, and more. Registration for the race benefits the Community Cycling Center.

10 a.m. Sunday, March 20, start and finish at Lucky Labrador Brew Pub, 915 SE Hawthorne Blvd.; last-minute registrations are $65; worstday.com/details/

Back: don’t be afraid of music at 30

The 30th anniversary season of Fear No Music celebrates resilience and renewal. The ReTurn Concert Series offers both live and virtual options and will be donated to help provide access to all members of the community. The limited-capacity performance at The Old Church will feature local creators, including Indonesian composer and PSU graduate Lifia Teguh, as well as James Shields, Drew Swatosh and Jesse Ehrenberg.

7:30 p.m. Monday, March 21, The Old Church, 1422 SW 11th Ave.; Don. Virtual concert available at 7:30 p.m. on Monday April 4 Fear No Music YouTube Channel; fearnomusic.org.

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“Everything is Terrible” is a stage performance.Photo courtesy of Grandstand Media

“Everything is Terrible”

OK, we’ll have to admit that this touring stage show is a little beyond our comprehension, but with the world collapsing around us, perhaps some historical context is needed. Mix thousands of found footage archives featuring the vagaries of yesterday’s youth with stunning fast cuts and crazy music and you might forget about your troubles for about an hour. Each tour features brand new live shows that are events in themselves. Expect movies, songs, dances and life-size puppets.

8:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 22, Revolution Hall, 1300 SE Stark St.; tickets $20; event.etix.com

“Tinderella the Modern Musical”

Stumptown Stages presents a musical based on a book by Rose Oser that delves into the nature of modern love. These days, Prince Charming may be just a tap away, but there’s always the hassle of getting out of the house. Aimed at ages 20 and over, this play deals with mature subjects. Be ready.

Opens at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 24 and continues various dates and times through April 17, Brunish Theatre, 1111 SW Broadway; tickets $30 to $37; portland5.com

Still looking ideas for spring break? We have what you need. Check out our article on 8 things to do during spring break.

– If you have any live or virtual events you’d like to see highlighted at OregonLive.com or in the weekly print A&E section of The Oregonian, please email your submissions to events@oregonian.com at least three weeks before the start of your event. Digital images or links to videos are helpful.

—Rosemarie Stein events@oregonian.com

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8 canceled shows that deserved a second season https://www.urbanartadventures.com/8-canceled-shows-that-deserved-a-second-season/ Thu, 10 Mar 2022 21:00:00 +0000 https://www.urbanartadventures.com/8-canceled-shows-that-deserved-a-second-season/ It’s hard to keep up with all the new shows that are constantly hitting our screens. Whether it’s a sit-com, an animated adventure, or the latest MCU entry, there’s too much TV to keep up with. RELATED: 10 Great Netflix Shows That Last Over 5 Seasons As a result, some great shows fail to attract […]]]>

It’s hard to keep up with all the new shows that are constantly hitting our screens. Whether it’s a sit-com, an animated adventure, or the latest MCU entry, there’s too much TV to keep up with.

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As a result, some great shows fail to attract the audience they deserve simply because they haven’t been sufficiently marketed or aired alongside an established fan favorite. Low viewership numbers are a curse for TV shows in their first season, often resulting in cancellation, a fate that many entertaining and groundbreaking shows have unfortunately met.

‘Freaks and Geeks’


Cast of Freaks and Geeks

Freaks And Geeks was a show plagued by the threat of cancellation throughout its production, so it’s no surprise the series was ultimately canceled before fans could see what a second season would have entailed. . The series tells the story of a high school athlete who begins hanging out with a bunch of burnouts while his younger brother and his friends go through the terrors of their freshman year.

Despite its premature cancellation, the series has become a cult classic that has helped launch the careers of many of its actors, including Seth Rogen, Linda Cardellini, Phillips busyand Jason Segelto name a few.

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‘Crash’


Phoebe Waller-Bridge in Crashing

Before becoming a superstar as the creator and star of the critically acclaimed and universally loved film Flea bag, Phoebe Waller Bridge created a heartfelt comedy about a complex group of characters living in an abandoned hospital. Filled with the trademark spirit of Waller-Bridge, crackle was a triumphant success that combined romance and friendship in an intoxicating mix.

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Waller-Bridge also starred on the show alongside a stellar cast of British talent, including Jonathan Bailey, Adrian Scarbroughand Amit Shah. Fortunately, Waller-Bridge is currently developing a new series for Amazon Prime, so we’ll soon have a new series to fall in love with.


‘Firefly’


2002 science fiction TV show Firefly

Despite airing only fourteen episodes, Firefly became one of the most popular TV shows ever made, currently sitting comfortably at number 26 on IMDB’s list of highest rated TV shows. Created by Joss Whedon, the show was set five hundred years in the future; the crew of a small spaceship tries to survive as they travel through a galaxy full of warring factions and law enforcement agents to hunt them down.

Firefly helped launch (no pun intended) the career of Nathon Fillion, Alan Tudykand Morena Baccarin, and talk of a revival is never far away. Fillion offered his thoughts on the prospect during an interview with Collider in 2018.

‘Whisky Rider’


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In the weeks leading up to its release, Whiskey Cavalier seemed to have everything to guarantee that it would be a success. The show’s protagonists both joined the project through incredibly popular shows, with Lauren Cohan coming from behind The Walking Dead and Scott Foley just left Scandal. Also, the show’s premise, an FBI agent who teams up with a CIA agent to save the world, despite them not supporting each other, seemed like something audiences could relate to.

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Unfortunately for everyone involved, the show never garnered the ratings its strong reviews suggested it deserved, and the show was not picked up for a second season.

‘Undeclared’


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Seth Rogen struggled with his first two TV shows. After freaks and geeksthe Canadian comedian teamed up with Judd Apatow for the college comedy series, Undeclared. Yet despite a hilarious cast including Jay Baruchel, Charlie Hunnamand Carla GalloUndeclared was never picked up for a second season.

Undeclared follows freshman Steven Karp (Baruchel) as he tries to navigate his way through college while struggling with his father, whose recent divorce has sparked a massive midlife crisis. Lucky for Rogen, his last show Pam and Tommy is one of the most acclaimed series of the year so far.


‘Selfie’


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Selfies was a show ahead of its time, but even still, it’s hard to believe it wasn’t renewed for a second season. The series follows Eliza Dooley (Karen Gillan), a social media-obsessed woman who, after being the subject of an embarrassing viral video, turns to marketing expert Henry Higgs (John Cho) to restore its image.

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As she grows closer to Henry, Eliza begins to realize that there is more to life than likes, comments and shares. The show consisted of thirteen episodes but was unfortunately canceled after only seven episodes, making Selfie another John Cho short-lived series.

“Constantine”


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John Constantine is one of DC’s most popular anti-heroes, who has featured quite prominently in the comics since his first appearance in 1985. The character has also appeared in two live-action adaptations, first in a long footage that has seen Keanu Reeves play the lead and second character in a television series which saw matt ryan step into the shoes of Constantine.

The series was well-loved by fans, as was Ryan, who would later reprise the role on various shows across the Arrowverse. Although all hopes of seeing this series revived have long since expired, it was recently announced that a series of Constantine reboots would be heading to HBO Max, although it’s unlikely that Reeves or Ryan will be involved.

‘Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip’


Distribution of Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip

Created and written by the Oscar winner Aaron Sorkin, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip gave audiences a behind-the-scenes look at a fictional sketch TV show similar to Saturday Night Live. Sorkin brought together some of the best television actors of the time, including Matthew Perry, Bradley Whitford, Amanda Peetand Sarah Paulson.

Almost everyone involved in the series has achieved great success, including Sorkin, who wrote and directed three critically acclaimed films: Molly’s Game, The track of the Chicago 7and Be the Ricardos.

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Sidney Miller, champion of black music, dies at 89 https://www.urbanartadventures.com/sidney-miller-champion-of-black-music-dies-at-89/ Fri, 18 Feb 2022 19:33:48 +0000 https://www.urbanartadventures.com/sidney-miller-champion-of-black-music-dies-at-89/ “Black radio is getting colorless,” he warned in a 1988 interview with the Los Angeles Daily News. “They’re trying to reverse the cross trend, and that’s just not smart. It won’t stop until we say, ‘Wait a minute; we’re the trend setters and stop be led by the tail and be the leaders that we […]]]>

“Black radio is getting colorless,” he warned in a 1988 interview with the Los Angeles Daily News. “They’re trying to reverse the cross trend, and that’s just not smart. It won’t stop until we say, ‘Wait a minute; we’re the trend setters and stop be led by the tail and be the leaders that we are.

“We encourage the mainstay of black artists to stop cutting soft, watered-down black records,” he added.

That article called Mr. Miller “Moses to a nation of programmers and radio executives.”

Sidney August Anthony Miller II was born on December 13, 1932 in Pensacola, Florida to Sidney and Evelyn (Maddox) Miller. After graduating from Booker T. Washington High School in Pensacola, he enrolled at Florida A&M as a pre-med student. But he was also a musician, playing trumpet in the college orchestra, and he set up a side business booking musical acts, including jazz musicians Nat and Cannonball Adderley, his fellow students.

After college, where he had been in ROTC, Mr. Miller joined the military, serving in Texas and continuing to reserve numbers on the side. In the 1960s, he joined Capitol Records, first in Atlanta, where he ran its Fame subsidiary, then in Los Angeles. One day in 1970, while walking from the Capitol Records Tower toward Hollywood Boulevard, he was intrigued by the Florida license plate on a parked car. Inside were two young women, Susan Marie Enzor and her sister, Dottie, who were off on a cross-country adventure.

Soon he and Susan were married and she became his business partner when he founded Black Radio Exclusive in 1976. The magazine continued to appear for about 40 years.

At that time, its conventions were both a showcase for new talent and a forum for serious discussion. The 1988 conference, for example, featured a panel on whether rap music reinforced negative stereotypes of black people. Ice-T was one of those who spoke on the matter.

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Five great anime where the main characters sing the credits Music https://www.urbanartadventures.com/five-great-anime-where-the-main-characters-sing-the-credits-music/ Sun, 06 Feb 2022 20:19:36 +0000 https://www.urbanartadventures.com/five-great-anime-where-the-main-characters-sing-the-credits-music/ The anime is known for its thrilling J-rock and J-pop credits, but the show’s main cast will sometimes handle the vocals themselves. The world of Japanese anime is known for many things, from its lovable tsundere characters to its amusing use of space hammer, as well as its catchy music for the opening and credits. […]]]>

The anime is known for its thrilling J-rock and J-pop credits, but the show’s main cast will sometimes handle the vocals themselves.

The world of Japanese anime is known for many things, from its lovable tsundere characters to its amusing use of space hammer, as well as its catchy music for the opening and credits. Often, anime studios choose J-rock and J-pop theme songs for the credits, and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure once even used “Walk Like an Egyptian” by The Bangles.

However, in niche cases, an anime studio will not reach mainstream artists. Instead, songs will be created with the show’s own voice actors. Often these credits songs are sung from the perspective of the main characters, which can make the credits music much more personal and heartfelt for the characters and the viewers.


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The Quintessential Quintuplets have five lead singers


The Quintessential Quintuplets

The Quintessential Quintuplets is a popular and surprisingly deep and wholesome harem anime series featuring Futaro Uesugi and the five identical Nakano sisters, all of whom need Futaro’s help to pass their tests. The five sisters are all very close to each other, especially after losing their mother, but they also compete to see who can win Futaro’s heart.

Most of the credits for both seasons of this anime are sung by the voice actresses of the five Nakano sisters, with lyrics from their perspective. This may be the case for the next Quintuplets movie too. These credits include “Quintuplet Feelings” and “Gotobun no Katachi”. However, the end credits song of the first season was performed by Aya Uchida.


Cells at work! Features singing red and white blood cells


Cells in action! is a beloved “edutainment” anime series with a variety of manga and anime spin-offs, including dark ones Cells at Work: Code NOIR. This novelty anime reimagines the human body as a massive city in which uniformed cells of all kinds work hard to keep the body functioning, from red blood cells carrying oxygen canisters to white blood cells killing bacteria and neurons at home. ‘stage.

This cheerful anime features its main voice actors for each season’s opening credits music, featuring red blood cell voice actor Kana Hanazawa and fallen white blood voice actor Daisuke Ono from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure notoriety. Season 1’s opening song is titled “Mission! Health Comes First”, while Season 2’s opening song is titled “Go! Go! Saibo Festa!”


A place further than the universe has a bittersweet ending song


A place beyond the universe could be considered an edutainment anime, exploring the subject of expeditions to the South Pole. Three of the four main characters travel to the coldest continent in the world for adventure, but the fourth, Shirase, has lost her mother there in a blizzard and is determined to uncover the truth about what her destiny may have been. .

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A place beyond the universe is famous for its stunning visuals, unique premise, charming humor and touch of drama, making it a memorable watch, especially when the four lead actresses sing the end credits song, “Koko Kara, Koko Kara” . It’s a bittersweet, catchy song to listen to after a freezing day at the South Pole.


My Senpai Is Annoying Features Upbeat Opening Music


How My Senpai Is Boring Prepare Season 2

My Senpai is boring is a josei anime show with one season currently to its name, and it tells the story of small but tough Igarashi Futaba and her quest to become a great office worker and impress her huge colleague, the kind but loud Harumi Takeda . Futaba sometimes finds his condescending attitude annoying, but the two make a great team and they care about each other when they need a little help.

The anime’s ending credits music is standard shojo/josei fare, “The Story Across the Rainbow”, while the opening song features four prominent actors from the series, including those of Igarashi Futaba and the kind Sakurai Toko. The opening song is “Annoying! San-San Week!”, a lively and upbeat tune to get viewers excited for each episode’s romantic office shenanigans.


Zombie Land Saga is all about idols


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The Zombie Country Saga is a humorous yet serious take on the idol anime genre, featuring four girls who are already dead and come back to life as zombies. Luckily, their vocal cords haven’t rotted away, and Sakura and her six new idol friends must form Saga Prefecture’s biggest idol group and help put their struggling prefecture back on the map as an icon of pop culture no matter what.

They form an idol group called Franchouchou, named after a sneeze, and the seven actresses perform the four credits of the two seasons of this anime. The seven characters and voice actors are all on point with these thrilling tunes, and if they can sing well on stage, Saga Prefecture is in good hands after all. Their songs include “Adabana Necromancy” and “O Saga, Cry With Me”, among others.

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Jennifer Garner’s best movies and TV shows and how to watch them https://www.urbanartadventures.com/jennifer-garners-best-movies-and-tv-shows-and-how-to-watch-them/ Wed, 02 Feb 2022 21:04:36 +0000 https://www.urbanartadventures.com/jennifer-garners-best-movies-and-tv-shows-and-how-to-watch-them/ One of my ultimate comfort movies from when I was little was 13 Continue 30, and the star of that film, Jennifer Garner, went on to have quite the career after her appearance in the beloved film (although she was already well-known in the industry before), and her famous appearance in the the film still […]]]>

One of my ultimate comfort movies from when I was little was 13 Continue 30, and the star of that film, Jennifer Garner, went on to have quite the career after her appearance in the beloved film (although she was already well-known in the industry before), and her famous appearance in the the film still stands today.

From his appearances on shows such as Congratulations to his great roles in other films, such as Love, Simon, we’ve got the best Jennifer Garner movies and TV shows streaming, and you should check it out.

Jennifer Garner on Felicity.

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Jessie Veeder is building a successful career in music and writing inspired by ranch life in western North Dakota – Grand Forks Herald https://www.urbanartadventures.com/jessie-veeder-is-building-a-successful-career-in-music-and-writing-inspired-by-ranch-life-in-western-north-dakota-grand-forks-herald/ Wed, 26 Jan 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://www.urbanartadventures.com/jessie-veeder-is-building-a-successful-career-in-music-and-writing-inspired-by-ranch-life-in-western-north-dakota-grand-forks-herald/ GRAND FORKS — Jessie Veeder, a musician and writer from western North Dakota, has been singing and playing guitar for the public since she was 11 years old. She released her first album at 16 and has been writing since she was a child too, drawing inspiration from rural ranch life. Recently, Veeder celebrated the […]]]>

GRAND FORKS — Jessie Veeder, a musician and writer from western North Dakota, has been singing and playing guitar for the public since she was 11 years old. She released her first album at 16 and has been writing since she was a child too, drawing inspiration from rural ranch life.

Recently, Veeder celebrated the release of a new book, “Prairie Princess”, and a new album, “Playing Favorites”, with a regional tour to connect with fans and spread the joy of creativity and her love. of the place to new audiences. .

“I grew up on a ranch that I love so much,” Veeder said in a recent interview with the Herald.

After high school, she went off to college and pursued other pursuits before returning to establish her own family roots. She and her husband own and operate a 3,000-acre ranch with 150 head of cattle about 30 miles from Watford City, on the edge of the Badlands, where they are fourth-generation residents and stewards.

Living on a remote cattle ranch and raising two little girls has many challenges as well as benefits, Veeder said. “It’s sometimes difficult” to live this kind of life and “more complicated” than people like to imagine.

The multi-talented musician, songwriter, columnist, blogger and book author is a busy wife and ranch mom who also runs an arts foundation she started to promote and support arts pursuits – a cause close to her heart.

She makes it a point to travel to small rural towns and perform in front of students and other people, “and I love it,” she said. “I’m really an advocate for the presence and promotion of talent in rural communities.”

And all of these things, mixed together, make up the tapestry of his life. They inspire his music, writing and storytelling.

Veeder has built a successful career in music and creative writing. In her popular weekly column for Forum Communications Co., “Coming Home”, she provides an honest, personal and often humorous picture of family and community life – one that many can relate to – with “the ranch as the backdrop”. .

Jessie Veeder performs at regional venues as well as other venues, including the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, Nevada.

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Her 2015 album “Northern Lights” brought her to Nashville to record with Bill Warner, a producer who has worked with artists such as Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton and many more.

Veeder traces his affinity for music virtually from the very beginning. Her father, Gene Veeder, was a musician with a band that performed regularly around Grand Forks in the ’80s “when my mom was very pregnant with me,” she said. “We joke that I came out singing.”

As the daughter of a musician, Veeder’s childhood was steeped in the music her father favored, by artists such as Harry Chapin, Emmylou Harris and John Prine.

“We know that kids figure things out, even when they’re little,” she said. One song in particular sparked his love for songwriting; “The Waltzing Fool,” by Lyle Lovett, instilled a deep desire “to write stories like that.”

Her love of rural life stems from a childhood filled with memories of playing in the creek, catching frogs and other adventures, she said. “I remember Dad taking us to the top of a hill on the first warm day of spring. He was pointing at the beautiful sunset and saying “we are so lucky to be here”.

When Veeder started writing her blog, “I decided early on that it would be easier to be open and honest, because I didn’t think anyone would read it,” she said.

She may not have realized how much her words and the events she described would resonate, until she noticed that “people were intervening,” she said. It was obvious that they either had a personal connection to the rural experience or some exposure to it, and “they miss it because they had to move. Many of them are really nostalgic about it.

Some stories in his column seem to trigger memories in readers, especially those from childhood, tied to sensory experiences – like, in winter, being pulled down a toboggan behind a horse. A 90-year-old man emailed her to say it was one of his most treasured memories, she said.

Her readers are “longing for what they thought were simpler times,” she said, but without the many advancements – such as the internet and the like – that people now take for granted, she understands how hard his grandparents worked on the ranch that was created. 114 years ago. She feels a great sense of “gratitude for the things they gave up in (our) name,” she said. “It definitely makes you pause.”

Living on a ranch is “honestly more complicated — there’s the animals, the scenery, how to pay the bills and how to get the kids to town,” she said.

“It’s probably a harder place to live. It’s not easy, but it’s definitely worth it. »

Veeder suspects that some are drawn to his columns because they are curious about the rural way of life. She noticed a “change” in society, especially with the pandemic, among people who “want to be part of agriculture in some way.”

Her stories of rural life represent “something they want to have and don’t know”, she said.

The emphasis of her writing is based on “very real images,” she said, and “the human experience — family, finances, aging parents, and certainly parenting and parenting. children – and the struggle to raise them properly”.

Even those incidents with children who confuse or infuriate — like a 5-year-old with a rock-solid opinion — “you can step back and laugh about it,” she said.

While much of his chronicles include snapshots of familiar, humorous, and relatable events, Veeder did not shy away from the toughest challenges that marked his life. She chose to share with readers her experiences with infertility and cancer.

It’s also important to write about the “hard stuff,” she said, in the hope that readers facing similar challenges and living “in the middle of nowhere” would feel less alone in their struggle – “things I would like to read”.

“The cancer experience really knocked me on my ass. Hard. I had to take the biggest breath and ask for help,” she said.

The diagnosis came at “a crazy time for our family,” she recalls. Her husband had just been laid off and was starting a new business; she was recording an album—“which takes money”—and wasn’t feeling well; and the pandemic hit, she said. Their children were then 2 and 4 years old.

Veeder didn’t get the diagnosis she needed “almost too late,” she said.

Referred to a pulmonologist in Bismarck in February 2020, she was fortunate that the appointment was moved from June to May and the doctor sent her to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, for the immediate removal of her a tumor in his airways. .

A demonstrably strong, dynamic and resilient woman, as a cancer patient she found it “hard to let people take care of her”.

During the ordeal, “I learned a lot more patience than anything else – being a sick parent sucks,” she said. “We just put one foot in front of the other – we took the small steps that get you to the next thing.”

She credits the extraordinary support of her family and community for getting through the tough times, she said. “I had the best possible result.”

Veeder’s latest album, “Playing Favorites,” is a compilation of the songs she grew up hearing and loving. They’re “old songs that make me feel nostalgic, songs that I was raised on and that influenced me,” she said. “It’s the only album I’ve done that doesn’t have songs I’ve written.”

“I wanted my dad’s voice on it,” she said. The yodel of her neighbor and the voice of her daughter, Edie, then 4 years old, are also there.

During the process of recording the album, she didn’t feel well, she recalls, and because of that “he became more precious to me”.

Veeder wrote her recently published book, “Prairie Princess,” six years before her first child was born, she said. The book, illustrated by North Dakota artist Daphne Johnson Clark, is written from the perspective of a little girl who acts as “the expert tour guide and guardian of the land she knows so well,” said Veeder said.

“(It) reminds us of what it is to be captivated and in charge of a place.”

Jessie Veeder, musician, author and columnist for the Forum Communications Company, will participate in a live blog event at 2 p.m. Wednesday, January 26 on the Grand Forks Herald website, www.grandforksherald.com.

Also on the Herald’s website, starting Wednesday, is a 20-minute video broadcast of an interview with Veeder, during which she performs two original songs.

During the Wednesday 2 p.m. live blog, available only to Forum Communications and Herald members and subscribers, Veeder will be available to interact with readers, who may write questions or comments to the artist. Questions can be sent to Sydney Mook, Editor, at smook@gfherald.com at any time before or during the event.

Among readers, Veeder is widely known for her weekly column, “Coming Home,” but her career as a singer-guitarist may not be as well-known. She performs throughout the region and at other venues, including the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, Nevada.

Veeder’s new book, “Prairie Princess,” is available at select bookstores statewide and online at www.veederranch.com.

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10 Shows Like ‘Yellowjackets’ To Watch For More Drama https://www.urbanartadventures.com/10-shows-like-yellowjackets-to-watch-for-more-drama/ Tue, 18 Jan 2022 20:36:10 +0000 https://www.urbanartadventures.com/10-shows-like-yellowjackets-to-watch-for-more-drama/ When yellow jackets hit Showtime in the fall of 2021, TV critics went gaga for the new series, but that doesn’t always point to a hit show. Thankfully, audiences have also caught on to the multi-time multi-mystery, whose story is almost as complicated as the theories it spawned. But with the first season now over […]]]>

When yellow jackets hit Showtime in the fall of 2021, TV critics went gaga for the new series, but that doesn’t always point to a hit show. Thankfully, audiences have also caught on to the multi-time multi-mystery, whose story is almost as complicated as the theories it spawned. But with the first season now over and a long, cold Canadian winter until fans are fed more, here are a few shows like yellow jackets to help keep the cult alive.

There’s just one small problem with trying to recommend a show like yellow jackets to fill that buzzing hole in your life: there’s no show like yellow jackets on TV. There are stories of stranded children struggling to be rescued, dramas about plane crash survivors, shows set in the 1990s, and series about teenage drama, but you rarely get it all together. that. And that’s just the first layer. yellow jackets is also a supernatural thriller, a possible murder mystery series, a show in which the past is an unknown land, a tale of body horror, and a narrative with multiple storylines that span decades.

So which shows should fans sit down with after the first season is over and wait a long time until they can experience more? Here are some suggestions.

The Savages begins with a group of high school girls on their way to a women’s empowerment retreat in Hawaii – only their plane crashes and they find themselves stranded on a deserted island with little hope of rescue. Like yellow jackets, it is an ensemble piece featuring characters from diverse backgrounds; it stars Sophia Ali, Reign Edwards, Shannon Berry, Mia Healey, Helena Howard, Erana James, Sarah Pidgeon and Jenna Clause. There’s a big twist to the show that I won’t spoil here, and season 2 is already shaping up to be a fascinating sequel.

The Savages Season 1 is streaming on Prime Video.

The small series of plane crashes that could, manifesto hit some of the yellow jackets buttons. A plane disappears from Jamaica to New York in the middle of a thunderstorm, only to reappear with all the survivors on board. There’s only one problem: they think it’s been five hours since their plane took off, but it’s been five hours year for the rest of the world. The story’s supernatural elements are a major draw here, as is its Cinderella story after it was canceled by NBC and rescued by Netflix.

manifesto Seasons 1-3 are streaming on Netflix, with Season 4 expected later in 2022.

Looking for the story of an all-female high school sports team from the 1990s and where it is today? The main role of Kate Winslet in this real detective– as the crime of time and place may have caused everyone to be obsessed with finding the kidnapper/murderer. However, the heart of the drama is less about who murdered whom and more about the relationship between a team of high school basketball stars, now in their 40s, whose lives didn’t turn out the way they had dreamed.

Easttown Mare is streaming on HBO Max.

For those looking for the same 1990s vibe and multiple timelines to piece together, cruel summer is the next show to put on your bucket list. Each episode focuses on a single day during 1993, 1994, and 1995. The story centers on two teenage girls, popular Kate Wallis and clumsy outcast Jeanette Turner, whose lives irrevocably intersect when the former disappears. Solving the mystery of the rise and fall of their lives over time is as important as uncovering the thriller.

cruel summer is streaming on Hulu.

Dark is all about twisted timelines, the supernatural, and the vibes of what’s going on. The German-language series begins with the disappearance of a child but quickly turns into a multi-generational story of four families whose lives are all linked by the accidental discovery of time travel. Pull out the theory notes from the fans; it will make you a always sunny even if you allow it.

The three seasons of Dark are streaming on Netflix.

For those who love Yellow Jackets’ twisted timelines and mysteries of the past, It’s us is the feel-good version in which no one resorts to cannibalism. The series deals with many of the same issues of non-therapeutic trauma and grief, but thankfully no one has to learn how to skin a deer.

All episodes of It’s us are streaming on Hulu.

The show that yellow jackets has been compared to the most, Lost is the original early years mystery puzzlebox series. From the plane crash that left survivors on a desert island to flashbacks and flash-forwards to the ending that is still controversial today, Lost had everything. And despite what you think of the finale, the show still holds.

All seasons of Lost are streaming on Hulu.

yellow jackets also has many echoes of Lost second series from creator Damon Lindelof, the neglected criminal Leftovers. Based on the graphic novel of the same name, the series is set one year after the unexplained disappearance of 11% of the population. It’s like taking yellow jackets and focused solely on the current storyline, in which survivors of untold trauma must figure out how to pick up the pieces and move on when there’s no explanation for the past.

The three seasons of Leftovers are streaming on HBO Max.

Although K-drama fans will probably bring up เคว้ง, Where Khweng, which roughly translates to The stranded, technically, he is from Thailand. Starring Papangkorn Lerkchaleampote, Chutawut Phatrakampol and Oabnithi Wiwattanawarang, the series centers on a group of elite academy teenagers who must band together to survive after a tsunami hits the island where they are in. holidays.

The stranded is streaming on Netflix.

Part of the horror of yellow jacketsThe 1990s timeline does not come from the unknowns of the forest. Bears, spirits, and the unexplained terrors of the night have nothing on this forest’s deadliest creatures: teenage girls. To see how scary they can be, try Pretty little Liars, a series that explores the depths of the cruelty of girls.

All seasons of Pretty little Liars are streaming on HBO Max. The Renaissance, Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin, is expected in 2022.

yellow jackets Season 1 is currently exclusive to Showtime and Showtime Anytime.

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Best Amazon Prime Original TV Shows of 2021 https://www.urbanartadventures.com/best-amazon-prime-original-tv-shows-of-2021/ Tue, 04 Jan 2022 20:00:00 +0000 https://www.urbanartadventures.com/best-amazon-prime-original-tv-shows-of-2021/ The best Amazon prime the original 2021 TV shows were extremely diverse. Since its founding in 1994, Amazon has enjoyed incredible success, quickly becoming one of the largest and most valuable companies the world has ever seen. But while the company as a whole has consistently followed an upward trend, some facets of its business […]]]>


The best Amazon prime the original 2021 TV shows were extremely diverse. Since its founding in 1994, Amazon has enjoyed incredible success, quickly becoming one of the largest and most valuable companies the world has ever seen. But while the company as a whole has consistently followed an upward trend, some facets of its business have struggled to find their place more than others. However, judging by the success of many Amazon Prime original TV shows, the streaming service is at least starting to find its feet.

Amazon Prime launched its movie streaming service in September 2006, several months before Netflix began its transition to digital content. But while Amazon may have beaten them in the streaming world, Netflix would quickly become a force to be reckoned with. In 2012, Netflix released its first original series, Lilyhammer, ahead of the premiere of Amazon’s first series, Beta, nearly 7 months old. Despite this early advantage, however, there are signs that Amazon is starting to catch up with its streaming competitor.

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Although Netflix has long been a dominant force in the industry, Amazon has slowly established itself as a competitor in recent years. Shows such as The wonderful Mrs. Maisel have been critically acclaimed, while, dark superhero parody The boys has been one of the most commercially successful series of recent years. With that in mind, here’s a look at Amazon Prime’s best and most popular projects in 2021.

10. Fairfax



The Amazon Fairfax Animated Series

Fairfax is an animated series that follows four college friends in their quest for glory. The show deals with the typical pre-teen growing pains associated with the decidedly less typical antics of Fairfax Ave., the beating heart of Los Angeles beast culture. Although Fairfax Received mixed reviews compared to most shows on this list, the characters have a certain charm that seems to resonate with many viewers. The series has been picked up for a second season, so it has visibly found its audience.


9. I know what you did last summer



Amazon's I Know What You Did last summer series

Amazon prime I know what you did last summer is a modern series loosely related to the I know what you did last summer 1997 film. A group of high school friends are involved in a fatal car crash on graduation night, forming a pact of silence after killing a stranger in a hit and run. But on the first anniversary of the murder, the group is tracked down by a mysterious killer who claims to be aware of their crime. The show modernizes the saga, focusing heavily on social media, and while it doesn’t replace the original, it is an interesting reinvention of the story.

8. Panic



Amazon Panic's Young Adult Series

Panic is a crime thriller based on the novel and written for television by Lauren Oliver. In a small town in Texas, an annual ritual is held to pit high school graduates against each other. As many believe this is their only path to success, the students face off in a series of dark and dangerous games to earn some life-changing amount of money. Although Panic Season 2 seems unlikely and the series bears similarities to several other projects from the past decade, the story remains relevant and the action is a bit darker than in many of its contemporaries.


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7. Solo



Helen Mirren in Amazon Solos

Solo is a collection of loosely related short stories set in the not too distant future. From time travel to cloning, Solo covers several classic sci-fi elements, giving each a feeling of isolation that many might identify with in the world of 2021. The show features a star cast, including Morgan Freeman, Hellen Mirren, and Anne Hathaway. The stories themselves aren’t overwhelmingly original, but SoloIts unique characters and relevant tone make it a worthy watch.

6. Harlem



The Amazon Harlem Comedy Series

Harlem is a comedy series that follows a group of women living in the infamous New York City. After meeting while at New York University, four women now in their 30s attempt to navigate life, life and their respective careers. The show stars Meagan Good and Whoopi Goldberg and was written by First Wives Club designer Tracy Oliver. The characters and stories are relevant and relatable, and its unique perspective and brand of humor make it one of Amazon’s most notable comedy series.


5. The Underground Railroad



Amazon's historic series The Underground Railroad

The Underground Railroad is a fantasy historical drama based on the Colson Whitehead novel of the same name. In fact, the Underground Railroad was a nickname given to the series of secret tunnels used to transport slaves to freedom in the mid-1800s. But in the series, it is a literal railroad complete with of tracks, conductors and engineers. The Underground RailroadDeveloped characters and fantastical elements breathe new life into an important part of American history in this fascinating blend of fact and fiction.

4. The wheel of time



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The wheel of time is a high fantasy series based on the 14-novel saga written by the late Robert Johnson and subsequently co-written by Brandon Sanderson. The series constructs a complex world of myths and magic, detailing the beginning of time and the inner workings of the universe. The wheel spins the pattern of ages using unique power, a magical source that can be harnessed by a select group of humans known as channelers. The detailed world-building and intricate characters of Wheel of time make it an engaging series, and there are certainly enough sources to fuel many more seasons.


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3. Them



Amazon Prime Them Horror Drama

Them is a horror-drama series depicting suburban racism in 1950s America. A black family leaves North Carolina to settle in an all-white neighborhood of Los Angeles where they become the target of malicious forces from North Carolina. both earthly and supernatural origin. In addition to its depiction of racism, the series also touches on important topics such as PTSD and mental health. The horror elements of the series are executed well, elevating the series’ already compelling storyline with a sense of urgency and creating an even more terrifying storyline. Them season 2.

2. With love



The Diaz family celebrates in With Love.

With love is a collection of five interrelated stories written by One day at a time designer Gloria Calderón Kellet. Each episode follows a different couple over various vacations, with each story connecting through a member of the Diaz family. The show treats same-sex and trans relationships in a considerate and compassionate manner, avoiding many of the pitfalls of some mainstream LGBT content. While the story spans almost a year of the characters’ lives, the series itself only has five episodes, which makes for a great holiday spree.


1. Invincible



Invincible flight in episode 4

Invincible is an animated superhero series based on the graphic novels of Robert Kirkman. Mark Grayson is the teenage son of the world’s strongest hero, Omni-Man, but is only just starting to show his own powers. But as Mark learns to control his newfound abilities, he begins to unlock dark secrets about Earth’s Guardians and Omni-Man’s betrayal. Invincible was by far the most commercially successful Amazon prime original from 2021 and top the list in the history of the platform.

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Neon’s Wolfe, Netflix’s the Silent Sea among big shows to air this week https://www.urbanartadventures.com/neons-wolfe-netflixs-the-silent-sea-among-big-shows-to-air-this-week/ Sun, 02 Jan 2022 20:05:00 +0000 https://www.urbanartadventures.com/neons-wolfe-netflixs-the-silent-sea-among-big-shows-to-air-this-week/ ARANYAK (NETFLIX) Political ploys, personal agendas, and the myth of a murderous entity all surface in this eight-part Indian crime drama. After a foreign tourist disappears in a foggy city, a harassed local cop must team up with another officer in the big city in a case that promises to unearth numerous skeletons. “A well […]]]>


ARANYAK (NETFLIX)

Political ploys, personal agendas, and the myth of a murderous entity all surface in this eight-part Indian crime drama.

After a foreign tourist disappears in a foggy city, a harassed local cop must team up with another officer in the big city in a case that promises to unearth numerous skeletons.

“A well done show that marks nuanced performances and exciting moments” wrote The time of India Ronak Kotecha.

CLOSE TO ME (TVNZ ON REQUEST)

Christopher Eccleston and Connie Nielsen star in this new six-part psychological drama from Channel 4 based on Amanda Reynolds’ best-selling novel.

Nielsen’s Jo Harding is a woman who apparently has a perfect relationship with her partner, until a fall wipes an entire year from her memory. As she struggles to piece together events, Jo discovers that her life was actually far from idyllic …

“For all his adherence to the psychodrama / mystery genre, Near me is gratifying with realistic ornamental notes, ” wrote The gardians Lucy mangan. “The marital joke, so rarely believable in drama, is a treat here.”

This Way Up, Wolfe and The Silent Sea are among the new shows available to stream this week.

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Guilty Party is now available to stream on TVNZ OnDemand.

GUILTY PARTY (TVNZ ON REQUEST)

Kate Beckinsale (Shaking) stars in this 10-part American black comedy. She plays Beth Burgess, a journalist with a tarnished reputation, who begins to pursue the story of a woman who denies murdering her husband, despite having been sentenced to life in prison for the alleged crime.

“Fish-out-of-the-water quality alchemy with Beckinsale’s big-screen charisma in a highly watchable performance, like guilty party reveals how in a bad mood Beth is also ”, wrote Chronicles of San Francisco Carla Meyer.

THE SILENT SEA (NETFLIX)

The latest South Korean series destined for potential world domination is this eight-part sci-fi thriller about a soldier sent on a mission to the moon to collect a mysterious sample from a research station that may well help the planet solve the growing problems linked to desertification. This is an adaptation by Choi Hang-young of his own short film from 2014 The sea of ​​tranquility.

“It’s captivating, interesting and full of fantastic performances from its cast”, wrote Forbes Paul Tassi of the magazine. “It’s definitely one of the best Korean shows on Netflix, and the best time for a sci-fi series, I would say.”

Both seasons of This Way Up are now available to stream on Neon and SkyGo.

THIS PATH (NEON)

If you’ve never seen Aisling Bea except as a sharp observational comedian and a notable presence on shows like IQ and Tyrant, then you are going to have a shock.

However, those who have seen it more dramatic light up The fall, Harsh sun and Quiz will be delighted to see that she finally got the lead role her talents deserve.

Naturally, this is a project she designed and wrote herself, a dark comedy series (currently 16 episodes spread over two seasons) about a single young Irish woman based in London struggling to get her life back on track after a nervous breakdown.

This way up isn’t a sitcom of ready laughs and smart jokes, it’s a smart, empowering look at the complications of modern life and how to survive and thrive in it. This translates into a compelling, frenzy-worthy visualization that feels like a cross between Calm your enthusiasm and an adult version of Derry Girls.

WELCOME TO EARTH (DISNEY +)

A strange rock The duo Will Smith and Darren Aronofsky come together for this six-part series that sees the former embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure to explore our planet’s greatest wonders and reveal its most hidden secrets.

Guided by elite explorers, it gets up close and personal with thrilling shows that include silently roaring volcanoes and swarms of animals that seem to have their own minds.

Welcome to earth finds one of the biggest A-list stars humbled by what he sees, hears and feels, and the fact that Will Smith indulges in those experiences is what makes the series such a fascinating watch, ” wrote Decision maker Joel keller.

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Wolfe is now available to stream on Neon.

WOLF (NEON)

Dark and comedic six-part crime drama from Paul Abbot, the creator of Shameless and No violation. It follows the adventures of northern England crime scene investigator Professor Wolfe Kinteh (Babou Cessay), who faces the blast of vehicles, buildings, and even bodies, as they attempt to solve a series of strange and unconventional mysteries.

“Hyper-energetic Ceesay is as adorable as the script demands. ” wrote The Financial Times’ Suzi Feay, while The telegraph Ed Power believed “The series has a lot to offer – and you can only applaud a show that features a sequence in which a suspect lashes out in a tiny forklift truck.”

YELLOW JACKETS (NEON)

Juliette Lewis, Christina Ricci, and our very own Melanie Lynskey lead an impressive ensemble brought together for this 10-part combination of survival epic, psychological horror story, and coming-of-age drama.

It is the story of an extremely talented high school football team who must overcome many obstacles and hardships in order to survive a plane crash deep in the wilderness.

Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson’s juicy premise comes across as sort of Lost-meets-Easttown Mare, by means of Sometimes, Cruel summer and The Savages, Lord of the Flies-Esque behavior is teased throughout the opening episode (done with flair and no little boast by Destructive Karyn Kusama), as we also learn about each of the key team members, both in high school and today.

Both fast and slow, Yellow jackets boasts a smart cast between the younger and older versions of the characters. Add in an evocative soundtrack that in the first installment includes classic tracks from Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, Smashing Pumpkins and Inxs, and the result is an intriguing cocktail that just might become the topic of conversation at the start of this season. summer.


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Long Island Theater Shows https://www.urbanartadventures.com/long-island-theater-shows/ Tue, 28 Dec 2021 16:02:24 +0000 https://www.urbanartadventures.com/long-island-theater-shows/ Dec 28 2021, 4:01 p.m.Updated 1 hour ago Through: News 12 Staff Want to see a theater performance but don’t want to travel to New York? Look no further. Here is a guide to some shows playing on Long Island. Please check with the theater before going out. Dates and times are subject to change. […]]]>


Want to see a theater performance but don’t want to travel to New York? Look no further. Here is a guide to some shows playing on Long Island. Please check with the theater before going out. Dates and times are subject to change.

NOTE: COVID-19 guidelines and protocols, such as masks or vaccines, may be in place. Please check with theaters in advance.

UPCOMING SHOWS

11 Nov 2021-Jan 2, 2022
Irving Berlin’s White Christmas

John W. Engeman Theater
250 Main Street
Northport
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11 Nov 2021-Jan 2, 2022
Elf: The Musical

Argyle Theater
Babylon
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21 Nov 2021-Jan 2, 2022
Glacial

John W. Engeman Theater
250 Main Street
Northport
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Dec 17 2021-Jan. 1, 2022
Holiday show on ice

The Gateway Performing Arts Center
215, country lane south
Bellport
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Dec 26 2021-Jan. 17, 2022
Frozen Jr.

Smithtown Performing Arts Center
Smithtown
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January 6-8
Branching out

The Tilles Center
720, boulevard du Nord
Greenvale
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January 8-Feb. 5
Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery

Theater Three
412 Main Street
Port Jefferson
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January 8-Feb. 6
Olivier ! The classic musical

Cultural Arts Theater
170 Michael Drive
Syosset
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Jan 15-Feb 5
Puss in Boots

Theater Three
412 Main Street
Port Jefferson
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January 15-April 24
Cinderella

The Bellmore Movies Showcase
222 Pettit Avenue
Bellmore
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Jan 15-Jan 29
Beehive: a musical from the 60s

CM Performing Arts Center
Oakdale
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22 january
Broadway stars

Star Playhouse at Suffolk Y JCC
Commack
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January 27-March 13
Rock of ages

John W. Engeman Theater
250 Main Street
Northport
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February 5-6
Chicago (high school edition)

Star Playhouse at Suffolk Y JCC
Commack
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February 19-March 26
The Marvelous Wonderettes

Theater Three
412 Main Street
Port Jefferson
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February 12-March 13
american idiot

Cultural Arts Theater
170 Michael Drive
Syosset
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February 23-March 26
Dorothy’s Adventures in Oz

Theater Three
412 Main Street
Port Jefferson
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February 25-March 13
Move mountains

Clare Rose Playhouse
Saint-Joseph College
155 Roe Boulevard
Patchogue
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February 26-March 12
The sleepy chaperone

CM Performing Arts Center
Oakdale
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March 12-20
Anne Frank’s Diary

Star Playhouse at Suffolk Y JCC
Commack
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March 12-April 3
The color purple

Elmont Square
700 Hempstead Turnpike
Elmont
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2-3 April
The Wizard of Oz

The Bellmore Movies Showcase
222 Pettit Avenue
Bellmore
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April 9-May 7, 2022
Steel magnolia trees

Theater Three
412 Main Street
Port Jefferson
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April 16-May 7
The Adventures of Peter Rabbit

Theater Three
412 Main Street
Port Jefferson
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April 22-May 8
A bench in the sun

Clare Rose Playhouse
Saint-Joseph College
155 Roe Boulevard
Patchogue
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April 23-May 22
Sunday at the park with George

Cultural Arts Theater
170 Michael Drive
Syosset
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May 14-22
It should have been you

Star Playhouse at Suffolk Y JCC
Commack
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May 21-June 25
Mama Mia! Musical comedy

Theater Three
412 Main Street
Port Jefferson
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May 28-June 18
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Theater Three
412 Main Street
Port Jefferson
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July 14-August. 28
Get up !

John W. Engeman Theater
250 Main Street
Northport
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