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First Friday March-es on

This months First Friday features art from some of the valley’s up-and-coming fine artists as well as work from seasoned regulars.

Tickets on sale for ‘EDM Antigone’

Tickets are on sale now for “EDM Antigone,” a modern take on Sophocles’ classical tragedy locally produced by Don Fox and directed by Thomas Dewayne Barret.
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Farcical ‘Rumors’ opens tonight at Riverside Playhouse

Rumor has it there’s a show opening tonight. Music Theatre of Wenatchee begins their three week production of “Rumors” tonight at the Riverside Playhouse. This 1988 farce written by Neil Simon is being directed by John Mausser.
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The first Friday of 2017

It’s the First Friday of the new year and while the selection of venues is smaller this month, the art on display is varied and unique.
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Wenatchee Valley Symphony’s ‘Nutcracker’ will feature Fabulous Feet ballet dancers once again

The Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra will collaborate again this year with Fabulous Feet Academy of Ballet to present Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker.” The performances of this Christmas classic will be 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday at the Numerica Performing Arts Center. The Symphony will play on stage while the dancers perform the ballet. All performances of this special holiday event have sold out the last two years. 

Next year’s Write On The River competition announced

Local writing arts nonprofit Write On The River announced its ninth annual writers’ competition this week. The competition rewards three winners in each of two categories, fiction and nonfiction.