Vocal Vibes

Wednesday afternoons at 2

Vocal music of all kinds -- including choral, opera, musical theatre, and more.

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Gayle Hoover Frick

Charlie Brown has a rough life. Football is definitely not his sport, things at school never go right, and he can't even get any respect from his dog. 

Those themes kept audiences reading the stories of Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang in over 16,000 comic strips drawn by Charles Schultz over 50 years. Audiences identify with poor Charlie Brown's troubles, but they also dare to hope with him for something better just around the corner. Though Schultz died in 2000, his stories continue to live on as the strips appear daily in newspapers around the world.

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South Pacific is an old-time, yet modern love story. It's similar to Romeo and Juliet. Girl meets boy. They fall in love, but their love is forbidden. Love is forbidden due to deeply held prejudices.  Strauss Theatre Center presents Rodgers and Hammerstien's South Pacific: In Concert with the Monroe Symphony Orchestra.  

The Strauss Youth Academy for the Arts (SYAA) discuss summer workshops.

 The Strauss Youth Academy for the Arts (SYAA) will be hosting theatre workshops throughout the month of July.  Each workshop will teach participants basic skills and techniques  for theatre communication. Workshops are themed according to each theatre technique being taught.  

SYAA Intern Grace Cummings says workshops are open to all children. "We want all the kids to come and join us and have a fun summer." Cummings says.

Oleg Bryjak and Maria Radner were returning from playing roles in Richard Wagner's Siegfried in Barcelona.

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