Mary Fischer


News Tribune editorial assistant and arts reporter

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Home Educators club offers ‘Gone with the Breeze’

The annual spring show for JC Home Educators Teen Club is “Gone with the Breeze.” This is the 14th year the group has performed a show.

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Helias focuses on faith, tradition with ‘Fiddler’

Helias Catholic High School is producing the classic musical “Fiddler on the Roof” both as a form of entertainment and also as a learning experience for the students.

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Stained Glass updates ‘End Came in Spring’

Stained Glass Theatre in Jefferson City is presenting a play written by Mike Upshaw, who is a member of Stained Glass Theatre in Ozark.

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Capital City Players to put on Arthur Miller play

Playwright Arthur Miller’s 1947 play “All My Sons” is the current presentation by Capital City Players. This was Miller’s first successfully produced play, and it won a Tony Award.

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Scene One Theatre offers ‘Night Watch’

Scene One Theatre is presenting a mystery thriller for the first time in its history.

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Scene One offers two-man play

Written by Karen Ellison, “The Harry and Sam Dialogues” is a two-character show produced by Scene One Theatre.

‘Nutcracker’ planned this weekend

Dancers’ Alley is presenting its eighth production of “The Nutcracker” Sunday at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. in Jefferson City at the Miller Performing Arts Center.

Scene One offers ‘Season’s Greetings’

Megan Sappington is a one-woman force -- a suburban housewife who is writing the annual Christmas letter to friends and family.

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Calvary presents ‘Green Gables’

Calvary Lutheran High School is presenting its fall play, “Anne of Green Gables,” based on the 1908 bestselling novel by Lucy Maud Montgomery, at 7 p.m. on Friday and 1 p.m. on Saturday at Stained Glass Theatre.

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'Lockerbie' highlights human compassion

In memory of the 1988 terrorist attack on Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, Scene One Theatre is presenting the drama “The Women of Lockerbie,” by Deborah Brevoort.

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