Issue 759

15th November, 2012 - 05th December, 2012

Man-Made Sound Effects Take Center Stage with Innovative Staging

When it comes to the Christmas holiday functioning as an inspirational vehicle for the performing arts, few productions can top It's a Wonderful Life  - the classic  Christmas drama produced and directed by the legendary Frank Capra, that was based on the short story The Greatest Gift, written by Philip Van Doren Stern in 1939 and privately published in 1945.

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John Burt, founder of Duro-Last and great friend & mentor to Rayleen & Tom Lawler, strongly felt if you believe in something and eel it the right thing to do, then its best to 'do it now' Inspired by these wise words, the Lawlers wanted to give money to the church and thought with some help at the parish level, their donation could multiply five times.

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Bringing a Bountiful Array of New & Established Comics Back to the Great Lakes Bay

“Comedy is a way to make sense of chaos. It's a way of dealing with things that are overwhelming, that threaten you; it's a way to survive and get closer to the truth.” - Laura Linney   “The only honest art form is laughter, comedy.

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The Hard Ride By The 1910 Fruitgum Company * Blues, Jazz and Psychedelia

The Hard Ride represents the dying gasp of an underrated band. The 1910 Fruitgum Company had morphed several times since their inception in 1967. As the Jeckell & Hydes they enjoyed massive success in their hometown of Linden, New Jersey.

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Nuncrackers: The Musical is the 4th musical comedy in Dan Goggin's wildly popular 'Nunsense' series of musical comedies, which actually originated as a line of greeting cards. Goggin expanded the concept into a cabaret that ran for 38 weeks and eventually developed it into a full-length musical.

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For many a college education is one very important part of achieving the American dream. Post-graduate degrees have traditionally lead to higher paying jobs and have allowed many of us to enjoy a higher standard of living.

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