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100 years of The Ruby

The Ruby Theatre has changed a bit since first opening in 1914, but has remained a staple in the downtown Chelan community.
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Stanley Award winners announced

The Numerica Performing Arts Center proudly announces the 2014 Stanley Lifetime Achievement Award winners: Dan Jackson is the recipient in the 2014 professional division and Marilyn Everhart is the winner in the 2014 volunteer division. The awards will be presented on stage at the Numerica Festival of Trees Holiday Spice concert at the Numerica Performing Arts Center tonight at 7:00 p.m.
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5 Things to Know about “Hairspray”

Still deciding if you’ll go to the Wenatchee High School Choral Department’s musical production of “Hairspray”? Here are five hair-raising reasons to see the show.
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Young Chelan actor finds recognition on Seattle stage

Grayson J. Smith was just six years old when he auditioned for and won a role in his first play — a Lost Boy in a Central Washington University production of “Peter Pan.” Now, seven years and many shows later, 13-year-old Grayson is being recognized for his talent. The 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle has selected Grayson as the 2014 Outstanding Young Actor in its first annual Subscriber Choice Awards. Grayson played pickpocket and all-around bad influence the Artful Dodger in “Oliver!” last winter at the 5th Avenue. He received ...
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5 things you should know about… “Greater Tuna”

What: A hilarious comedy with two actors playing 20 wacky characters from the mythical small town of Tuna, Texas. This show was written by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears and Ed Howard in 1981 and has played to hundreds of audiences ever since. It is a laugh-out-loud send up of small town Texas characters, politics, and culture, and it remains one of the most produced and popular shows in the state of Texas. Greater Tuna uses biting wit, hilarious characters, and rapid-fire costume changes to make a seat-of-your pants thrill ride ...