Monthly Archives: July 2011

Indie-Rock Musical to Premiere at Courthouse Square

INDIE-ROCK MUSICAL TO PREMIERE AT COURTHOUSE SQUARE DAYTON, OH- Encore Theater Co. will present the premiere performance of the daring new indie-rock musical THE CONSEQUENCES at 10:00 pm on Thursday, August 4th and Saturday, August 6th. The performances will take … Continue reading

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Human Rights… Will there ever be such a thing?

Last night I posted a photo of a sweatshirt with a message I found to be quite thought provoking for my self. In no way was it intended to be a shield or banner proclaiming my views. However, the post … Continue reading

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Things Were Different Back Then…

This morning I attached my self to a post that described how our children are different than they were in past years. One mother compared a moment of John Boy Walton to her own son. I was so glad she … Continue reading

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Composers for New Musicals Needed Immediately

Composers for New Musicals Needed Immediately Chameleon Theatre Co., Ltd., a New York City-based 501(c)3 non-profit, is seeking composers for several new ON SPEC projects: “Jack London’s Martin Eden,” originally presented in a non-musical version at Lincoln Center’s Bruno Walter … Continue reading

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From NETFLIX….

Hey Netflix, I know how you can improve your service! Go back to the old plan where we had instant view and 1 or 2 movies sent to our homes! I am not all that keen on helping you out … Continue reading

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'1776' at Wilmington

‘1776’ – John Adams: “One useless man is called a disgrace; two are called a law firm; and three or more become a Congress.” This afternoon, my 16 year old son, Quintin, and I drove 35 miles to Wilmington, Ohio … Continue reading

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