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Oklahoma! tells timeless story of love and community

Oklahoma! tells timeless story of love and community

Nadine van Hees just couldn’t help herself when the opportunity to direct the Methow Valley Theater’s production of Oklahoma! presented itself. “Just when I think I’ve had enough, somebody will thank me, and give me ‘that …
Arts briefs: Oct, 28, 2015

Arts briefs: Oct, 28, 2015

Pre-school dance classes start Monday The Merc Playhouse in Twisp is offering a series of pre-school dance classes for boys and girls ages 3 – 5 beginning Monday (Nov. 2) and continuing through Dec. 14. Students will play games, dance to a variety of music styles, follow the teacher, learn the fundamentals of dance, and learn rhythm,...
Gypsy takes a musical trip from vaudeville to burlesque

Gypsy takes a musical trip from vaudeville to burlesque

With 15 musical numbers, original choreography, colorful costuming and a cast of thousands — well, about 30 anyway — the Methow Valley Theater’s production of Gypsy opens Friday (March 20) at the Methow Valley Community Center. Based on the memoirs of the famous striptease artist Gypsy Rose Lee …
Methow Valley Theater to stage Gypsy in spring

Methow Valley Theater to stage Gypsy in spring

Methow Valley Theater will stage the classic musical Gypsy as its 2015 spring production, and will begin auditioning soon for a variety of roles. Auditions will be held on Nov. 2, 3, and 4 from 7-8:30 p.m. each day at the Methow Valley Community Center in Twisp. Cast selections will be made by Thanksgiving, and...
Contest offers prizes, production for local playwrights

Contest offers prizes, production for local playwrights

By Laurelle Walsh Methow Valley Theater is sponsoring a play-writing contest called “Pen the Play,” complete with prizes and the chance for one or two talented winners to get a self-penned play produced in the Methow Valley. Local playwrights from Okanogan and Chelan counties have until May 1, 2015, to develop and submit their script....
The Seven Year Itch offers four performances this weekend

The Seven Year Itch offers four performances this weekend

Because of some last-minute scheduling issues, the Methow Valley Theater postponed last weekend’s opening of The Seven Year Itch. The saucy comedy about marriage, temptation and 1950s cultural attitudes will now be presented only this coming weekend. The play opens Thursday (March 27) at 7:30 p.m. and continues Friday and Saturday (March 28 and 29),...

Carlton woman found not guilty of dog theft, but convicted of obstructing a law officer

By Ann McCreary A jury has found Judy Brezina Camp of Carlton not guilty on two charges – taking a pet and lying to a police officer – but convicted her on a third charge of obstructing a law enforcement officer. Camp admitted taking a dog home last December after she found the animal chained...
Scratching The Seven Year Itch

Scratching The Seven Year Itch

By Marcy Stamper
The spring production by the Methow Valley Theater, opening Friday (March 21), transports us to New York City in the 1950s, when men often stayed behind in the steamy humidity of the city while …

Arts briefs: Feb. 19, 2014

This week:
Jazz all over
Winter Film Fest
Improvisation
Gettin' wiggy with it
Keyboard Confections
Seven Year Itch