Mary Fischer


News Tribune editorial assistant and arts reporter

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Check out ‘Death by Design’ at TLT

Combine the style of playwright Noel Coward and an Agatha Christie murder mystery, throw in wild comedy and you have “Death by Design” produced by The Little Theatre of Jefferson City.

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Go fly a kite with Lighthouse Preparatory Academy

For the second year, Lighthouse Preparatory Academy is producing a spring musical. After the success of last year’s show, “Tom Sawyer” the academy decided to produce a show again this year.

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Come and catch ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’

The classic Tennessee Williams drama about a dysfunctional Southern family is the latest production for Capital City Players.

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Solve the crime from your seat during mystery theater

The audience is able to play sleuth at the dinner mystery theater “Murder at the Half Moon Club” by naming the murderer.

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Lace them up: it’s time for the ice show

Jefferson City area skaters are lacing up their boots to perform in the 53rd Annual Washington Park Ice Show Friday through Sunday.

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Scene One presents tales of two grieving friends

An original play written by Mark Wegman is the current show produced by Scene One Theatre in Jefferson City.

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Shrek chosen for Helias’ spring musical

The story about the loveable, green orgre, Shrek, is the spring musical production by Helias Catholic High School.

Check ‘Baggage Claim’ for a great drama arrival

The Stained Glass Theatre production “Baggage Claim” is the story of the De’Baquel family told in parable format.

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JCHS chooses Simon’s ‘The Good Doctor’ for its spring drama production

Jefferson City High School drama department is presenting the Neil Simon comedy “The Good Doctor” as its spring production.

Sisters save the town in ‘Southern Hospitality’

The madcap comedy “Southern Hospitality” — the third part of a trilogy written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Woolen — is the latest presentation by Capital City Players.

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