Maxwell Centre hosts Rosebud Chamber Music Festival

Rosebud Chamber Music Festival, under the direction of the RCMF Founder and Artistic Director Keith Hamm, and with narration by Rosebud Theatre Artistic Director Morris Ertman, presented Joseph Haydn’s Seven Last Words of Christ on the Cross at the Maxwell Centre Atrium on Wednesday, March 7.

Haydn’s classic work was performed by Keith Hamm, viola; Julie Hereish, cello; Sheila Jaffe’, violin; and Elizabeth Skinner, violin.

A very imaginative narration of events as they may hav

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“The Foreigner”, will keep you in stitches

“The Foreigner” written by Larry Shue and presented at the Three Hills Arts Academy, under the Direction of Floyd Cotton, will keep you in stitches.

It was entertaining to hear the director himself guffawing during the performance and this was after sitting through the several rehearsals and two shows.

The play is presented as a comedy, and the setting and plot certainly lends themselves to some very comic situations and dialogue.

Imagine, if you will, an extremely shy or heretofore

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Arts Academy presents,

Three Hills Arts Academy is presenting a two act comedy written by Larry Shue called “The Foreigner”. It is a comedy built around what would happen if someone were so shy that they couldn’t participate in a conversation. Now put this person in a fishing lodge setting, and suggest to the other guests the reason he doesn’t join in the conversations is that he is a “foreigner” and doesn’t understand the language.

Now if the guests assume that he doesn&rsqu

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Leadership speaker, Lorne Rubis speaks at Dr. Elliott School

Lorne Rubis, has authored two books, The Character Triangle (build character, have an impact and Inspire Others) and the Character Triangle Companion. He is regularly asked to present ATB’s culture vision to Fortune 500 companies and on Monday, Feb 12 he volunteered to speak to the students of Dr. Elliott School. It was for ages 10 to 14 (grades 5 to 9).

Mr. Rubis advised students about becoming more self aware. “Even though you’re so young, it’s not too early to start.

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