LE MARS, Iowa -- A raucous farce about romance, thorny relationships and revenge will be coming to the Postal Playhouse, 105 First St. N.E.
Don't tell anybody, but a certain, jolly, red-suited North Pole inhabitant may have flown the coop.
A few days before the curtain is set to rise, director Russ Wooley is worried about breakaway kilts and Scottish tam o'shanters that can take a beating.
LE MARS, Iowa -- By day, Candice Nash is best known for being one-half of KSUX's "Tony and Candice Morning Show" with Tony Michaels.
Romantic entanglements, weird personalities and so many love triangles that you'd need a scorecard to identify the players.
What do you get when you have one play, two directors, a handful of actors, 209 individual stories, and characters ranging from sneaky dwarves, talking fish and a cross-dressing wolf?
It is very unusual for the Weekender to devote any space to a middle school musical, but Holy Cross School’s production of “The Little Mermaid” has a unique connection to Hollywood.
LE MARS, Iowa -- The Postal Playhouse, the longtime home of the Le Mars Community Theatre, is known for its high ceilings, big windows and tile floors.
For nearly a century, a mysterious murder has haunted the building that formerly house Sioux City's first auditorium.
Revealed through a series of letters, postcards and notes, A.R. Gurney’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated play “Love Letters” told the story of a man and a woman who loved each other for decades despite living separate lives.
If you can never get enough of Lewis' take on the world, check out his daily "Teatime for the Socially Distanced Soul" on YouTube.
If "Sweat's" subject matter -- an economic crisis that leads to racist strife and violence -- seems edgy for a school affiliated with the Reformed Church of America, well, that's the reason Northwestern's theater department wanted to tackle it.
Veteran director Donny Short will soon be presenting "A Visit from St. Nicholas," a new holiday production offering a twist on Clement Moore's -- via the Betty Strong Encounter Center's Facebook page.
“I can’t tell you how excited I was,” executive director Diana Wooley said as the theatre opened its doors again.
Going to the theater is back!
Need weekend plans? Look no further than right here.
Live musical performances return this weekend with the "Songs of Inspiration" program.
“I really wanted to have something for them to do,” director Benji Cotter said.
After talking to community theaters, local artists and music enthusiasts all over the city for the past few weeks, I've found something that keeps sticking in my mind: how badly the arts got hit by the coronavirus.
If you can't go to a play, why not create one?
Doses of hilarity and heart
While the one-act plays were designed to showcase the accomplishments of high school intern Bonnie Schuur, the musical numbers will be a part of a special fundraising event for the 501(c)3 nonprofit theater.
Although theater company Shot in the Dark Productions has lost its location at the Evelyn Larson Theatre downtown, it is still alive and well and is about to present the work of Engels Perez, a local playwright and student at Morningside College, at the Klinger Neal Theatre (3700 Peters Ave.…
Sioux City, get ready for a fabulous time as Miss Sioux City Supreme 2020 takes over Eclipse Nightclub & Cabaret (412 Jones St.) and drag queens vie for Citrus A'Loer's (Curtis Alexander's) crown on Nov. 16 starting at 9:30 p.m.
New Stage Players has a treat up their sleeve just for you; a production of Disney’s “Newsies” performed at South Sioux City Middle School on eight dates, from July 26 to August 4.