“Little Red Robin Hood,” a community-produced play, ended a successful series of performances at Linn-Benton Community College July 27.
Someone once said that laughter is the best medicine, and with the help of the Black Curtain Society club, laughter is guaranteed. The Black Curtain Society is a theater club at Linn-Benton Community College. The Black Curtain Society was formerly known as the Theater Club, that is until performing arts teacher Dan Stone stepped in.
The students and staff of OSU put on a wonderful and imaginative rendition of this famous singspiel opera during the opening night, this past Saturday. The performance took place at the Majestic Theatre, in Corvallis.
n Thursday, April 26, B’aktun 13, a bilingual Miracle Theatre production written by Portland playwright Dañel Malán, explores the prediction that a drastic world shift will take place when the Mayan long count calendar comes to an end on Dec. 21, 2012” will be performed at Russell Tripp Performance Center.
Sitting in his dark office, Dan Stone quietly talks about his new project, which is not named yet. If you do not know of the reputation of this great director, he is known for putting an interesting spin on a story with innovative styles and different twists, which only enhance the experience.
Can you sing, dance, play music, act, build things, draw, or design clothes? Want to learn how?
Do you feel out of sync within your life or within school? If you ever wanted to fit in or gain a new family of friends, then try out for a part or join the crew in a production at the theater with Dan Stone, director extraordinaire.
The skills learned in theatre can be used in so many other areas of life: job interviews, work ethic, not to mention the experience can give you a little boost in your confidence.