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Next week, the Moore Theatre will host three performances of "King Lear" directed by Bill Buckhurst, starring Joseph Marcell as the king and a cast of seven others starting Nov. 25, 26 at 7:30 p.m., with a Wednesday matinee at 2 p.m.
Community Events, November 2014
There's trouble at 17 Cherry Tree Lane and it's not Mary Poppins. The Village Theatre's opening night production of the popular children's story had several magical moments, including flying people, kites and a chimney sweep dancing on the ceiling. But many of those fell flat as numerous miscues, both musical and spoken, clumsy stage blocking and stagehands appearing in plain view took audience members out of the story. By the time you read this I'm sure both cast and crew will have ironed out the majority of its timing issues, taking copious amounts of sugar to help the medicine go down, which is why I'm throughly encouraging people to see this production.
A few months ago Eddie Vedder and his wife Jill became founder members of the largest nonprofit dedicated to finding a cure for Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), a devastating, life-threatening genetic skin disorder, which causes children to break out in skin blisters and erosions all over their bodies. Earlier this month he played a benefit solo-show at Microsoft.
The Unity of Bellevue church is taking full advantage of its newly renovated performing arts center this month with three different shows set to hit the stage including "Unforgettable: the Nat 'King' Cole Songbook; "Doubt: A Parable" and its first Michael Powers Group Holiday Show.
Robin Cole, senior planner with the parks department, met with the commission late last month to discuss the city’s plan, it’s vision for the park, and the four themes; environment, history, connections and water.