News Tribune editorial assistant and arts reporter
The latest production for Scene One Theatre is the drama “ Flowers for Algernon.”
Jefferson City Academic Center is presenting its third retro fashion show, “Fashion Never Fades,” which will feature styles from the ’50s through the ’80s.
Jefferson City Home Educator’s Teen Club is performing the adventure tale “The Hobbit” using a script authorized by author J.R.R. Tolkien.
Jefferson City Cantorum presents “A Musical Journey” as its spring concert, which celebrates music from around the world.
Liberte Ensemble began as a select group of female vocalists started by the late Grayson Peters to compliment the men’s vocal group Monticello Singers.
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.
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.
The classic Tennessee Williams drama about a dysfunctional Southern family is the latest production for Capital City Players.
The audience is able to play sleuth at the dinner mystery theater “Murder at the Half Moon Club” by naming the murderer.
Jefferson City area skaters are lacing up their boots to perform in the 53rd Annual Washington Park Ice Show Friday through Sunday.