Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan has a sneak preview of a new play debuting at the Second Street Theatre called “The Lost Virginity Tour.”
The Lost Virginity Tour debuts tonight and runs Tuesday’s through Sunday’s all the way until March 10th.
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Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan joined us with a sneak peek behind 2nd Street Theater‘s newest production. The play isn’t all about chocolate and roses, but it is a treat for all the romantics out there. After meeting on the 2nd Street Theater stage during their first production together, actors Todd and Amber fell in love and got married and now, they are telling the love story between characters Melissa and Andy in the play, “Love Letters.”
You can see “Love Letters” on Saturday night or Sunday afternoon as well as a special performance on Valentines Day. For more information or to buy your tickets, go to the 2nd Street website at secondstreettheater.com.
For all the latest arts and cultural listings, pick up the latest issue of The Source Weekly or go to their website at bendsource.com. Thanks to our “Source on the Scene” sponsor, Indian Head Casino, for giving us the time and resources to show you some of the best events and entertainment that our region has to offer every Friday night on Central Oregon Daily.
Central Oregon Daily previews the Cascades Theatrical Company‘s current show on the accomplishments and dramatic love life of renowned scientist Marie Curie. Our own Chris Biggs chats with some of the cast and crew ahead of this weekend’s show.
We talk with Cascades Theatre Company director Kelly Dolan Ryan about the production of “A Christmas Carol.” This spirited adaptation of the classic Christmas tale will surely make for a lively holiday season. Charles Dickens himself narrators Ebenezer Scrooge’s magical night’s journey as he visits his past, present, and future before discovering life’s true gifts. The play runs from Dec. 1-17, 2017.
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In this Strictly Organic Coffee arts & culture chat, Donna Britt visits with Strictly Organic owner Rhonda Ealy who shares info about upcoming Improv Comedy shows at Cascades Theatre and also reminds us that Central Oregon School of Ballet’s annual Nutcracker production is happening December 2-3 this year.
In this week’s Strictly Organic Coffee conversation, Donna visits with CTC board president A. Lynn Jesus about the upcoming production of “A Christmas Carol.”
Central Oregon Daily visits with Tower Theatre Executive Director Ray Solley who says the “Underwater Bubble Show” is an experience that both kids and adults will enjoy.
Our weekly Strictly Organic Coffee chat continues this week with Mackenzie Whittle from Cascades Theatrical. Mackenzie talks about upcoming shows at the theater and what you can do to help them out!
Even though it was based off of the iconic movie from the 80’s, the themes of suicide and bullying explored in “Heathers The Musical” make it as relevant today as it was then.
Central Oregon Daily’s Chris Biggs sits down with the director and some of the cast members of “Heathers The Musical” at 2nd Street Theater in Bend to discuss the issues raised in the show.
This week at Strictly Organic Coffee we visited with CTC Director John Kish. Enjoy the “neverland you never knew” in this play by Rick Elice with music by Wayne Barker. Peter and the Starcatcher runs through September 3rd at Cascades Theater on Greenwood in Bend.