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Review: 'Seussical' offers fun for everyone

"Seussical" WINCHESTER -- The Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre's "Seussical" is a rollicking foray into the imaginary world of Dr. Seuss, the iconic children's author. The action and music are nonstop, the sets and costumes a riot of colors. comments
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Salute to Seuss: Shenandoah summer theater takes on the doctor

Tom Sweitzer rehearses WINCHESTER -- This summer at Shenandoah University, they're setting the stage for a salute to Seuss. comments
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'She's Got You': Patsy Cline-inspired dinner theater offers history, fun for fans

1cline.jpg STEPHENSON -- Those who love history, theater and the music of Patsy Cline would be "crazy" to miss the upcoming opportunity to catch all three in the same place beginning July 9 at Historic Jordan Springs in Stephenson. comments
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Review: Shenandoah's 'Oklahoma!' a timeless escape

Oklahoma.jpg WINCHESTER -- The timeless charms of "Oklahoma!" are manifest at the Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre. comments
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Local bluegrass staple to open for Seldom Scene

5Kind_6_10.jpg STRASBURG -- Jimmy Drummond has found a way to increase his friend count without using Facebook. It's called bluegrass music. comments
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'Oklahoma!': University's second summer musical has important past

Susan McCormack-Pike swings a pistol WINCHESTER -- The musical "Oklahoma!" is one of those productions that never gets old, certainly never dies and always promises that the audience members will leave humming a few of its memorable tunes, from "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'" to the title song, "Oklahoma!" comments
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Band of brothers: Galanis teens help make up Southern Governor

band1.jpg WINCHESTER -- If ever a garage band had a chance at making a name for itself, it would be Southern Governor. comments
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John Horan: Wayside's 'Shenandoah': Heart-felt but plodding

Brandon Wells and Troy Chandler Van Meter MIDDLETOWN -- "Shenandoah" in the Shenandoah Valley? The musical homage to a valley family during the Civil War seems a natural for a local theater. The Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre chose the show as its inaugural production in 1984. comments
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Hitting home: Wayside's 'Shenandoah' shows costs of war

The cast rehearsing a church scene MIDDLETOWN-- The latest production at Wayside Theatre does what every good show does -- it affects you, says actor Richard Follett. comments
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Boys of summer: Season wouldn't be the same without America's pastime

fans watch a game James Phillips can remember a time when the Valley Baseball League was nothing more than a Sunday sandlot activity. There were no expensive charter buses to ship the players from town to town, no lights to play games after dusk. Players would gather each weekend, most of them scrounged together from around the local town, and play baseball. comments

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