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Just when you thought winter was getting boring, the Midvale Arts Council has solved ALL of your winter blues with this hilarious comedy: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged). All 37 plays in 97 minutes! Two madcap men (and one woman) in tights weave their wicked way through all of Shakespeare’s comedies, histories, and tragedies in one wild ride that will leave you breathless and helpless with laughter. An irreverent, fast-paced romp through the Bard’s plays, THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (abridged) was London’s longest-running comedy. Ticket information will be available soon.
Warning! This show is a high-speed roller-coaster type condensation of all of Shakespeare’s plays, and is not recommended for people with heart ailments, bladder problems, inner-ear disorders, outer-ear disorders, Shakespearean scholars, degrees in Elizabethan history and/or people inclined to motion sickness. The MAC cannot be held responsible for expectant mothers! Contains adult humor.
The following individuals are being called back for Complete Works of Williams Shakespeare Abridged: Wendy Dang Elise Hanson Blake Landon Matthew Oviat Yannick Mulumba Tifany Dennison Hutch Jorgensen Kevin Gwynn Please be at the Midvale Performing Arts Center by 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday January 4, 2017.
Andrew Walker Chorus Annelise Murphy Chorus Ashley Shamy Chorus Brigham Inkley Chorus Brindy Gray Svetlana Brittany Bullen Chorus Brittany Bush Chorus Casey Matern Chorus Christian Lackman Chorus Clark Bullen Chorus Conner Wade Chorus Danny Inkley Chorus David Kocherhans Chorus Davis Underwood Chorus Erin Carlson Florence Jacob Erickson Chorus Jacob Shamy Chorus James Mack Arbiter Jared […]
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They provided me with multiple concerts with artists that reflected various cultures, ethnicities, and demographics. I loved most of them, and those that I didn’t broadened my experience!
I have been involved with the Midvale Arts for many years. From being on the stage, behind the scenes and in the audience. Every show has been entertaining, fun and uplifting. I never have to worry if the shows being presented are appropriate or not for me or my family to see. I also enjoy that each show presents new talent. I feel that the Midvale Arts gives many opportunities for everyone to shine.
Midvale is such a fun theater. My favorite part is that they are not playing favorites and ask that anyone who expresses interest in a roll be given a fair shot. Their fee is nominal, which makes it so affordable to make a night of it in this day and age (where everything costs a pretty penny.) I love the dedication of their “employees” who are usually citizens of Midvale – happy to serve and help entertain the public. You couldn’t ask for a more dedicated crew. The arts are represented in such a fashion that you want to come play and be entertained. I love having this in my backyard. I couldn’t be more proud of a community.
The Friday night concerts are fun. I have to work, but these concerts make me feel more connected to what’s meaningful and worth living for. Also, it contributes to a feeling of community at a time where a sense of community is being challenged.
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