Chris Biggs had the chance to interview Jarod Gatley and Angelina Anello-Dennee, the director and actor from BEAT Children’s Theatre’s upcoming play called “Oklahoma” happening at Summit High School starting May 3rd and ending May 13th .
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.
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Silent Echo Theater Company is looking to grow the theater scene in Sisters, and this weekend they’ll be showing their second production of “Now You’re Talking” One Acts. Central Oregon Daily’s Chris Biggs has a preview of a different kind of show taking off at The Belfry in Sisters this weekend.