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And the 2016 Apple Blossom Musical is…

Music Theatre of Wenatchee and the Numerica Performing Arts Center announce their 2016 partnership to present the North Cascades Bank Apple Blossom Musical -- "Mary Poppins." The show will be produced by Kelly Atwood and directed by Daina Toevs, two MTW veterans, and feature an entirely local cast and musicians.
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Eastmont stages ‘Urinetown’

Let’s just take a moment to address the name of this satirical award-winning musical, shall we? Mark Hollmann (composer/ lyricist) and Greg Kotis (writer/lyricist), while dreaming up this outrageously funny production, at some point said to themselves, “Let’s call it 'Urinetown!' "
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The Boys in the Boat’: Local readers respond

This year’s Columbia River Reads selection is “The Boys in the Boat,” a non-fiction account of nine young rowers from the University of Washington who took home gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Author Daniel James Brown will discuss the book tonight at a free public event at the Numerica Performing Arts Center. Go! asked local readers to share their thoughts about the book. Here are a few responses:

The Boys in the Boat’: A chat with the author of this year’s Columbia River Reads selection

In 1936, nine young men from the University of Washington beat unimaginable odds to make it to the Berlin Olympics, where, with Hitler watching, they took home gold. In his 2013 book, “The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics,” Daniel James Brown recounts the heroism of these rowers — sons of fisherman and lumberjacks — and writes so compellingly that this non-fiction historical account reads like a novel.
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April arts: A fresh month of events

Here’s your monthly guide to art in the valley, served fresh just in time for tomorrow night’s First Fridays Arts Walk. These are just the highlights. There’s more in the Planner.