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Sleepy Hollow Theatre Arts Park June Events

Sleepy Hollow is pleased to announce another series of summer Educational Classes in the Arts to take place at Century High School. The classes will run the weeks of June 4-8, June 11-15 and June 18-22. Some of the classes will include NEW Guitar classes where participants will learn to play the guitar, the Born This Way Lady GaGa Camp, the Art of Harry Potter Mini Camp, Musical Theatre Vocal Techniques, Art Explosion!, Cherry Blossom Geisha, Storybook Theatre, Butterflies Flutter by Dance and many more to enchant, entice and educate local children and teens interested in the arts.

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South of Canada Comedy Tour

Dakota Stage Ltd. is proud to present The South of Canada Comedy Tour! With hilari­ous opener Mark Dawson, hysterical headliner Lukas Seely, and two additional side-splitting enter­tainers, this laugh out loud night of top notch standup comedy is a can’t miss. Continue reading

ArtsQuest Coming Up at Bismarck State College

The BSC Arts and Communi­cations Department sponsors ArtsQuest each school year. It is an annual celebration of music, art, theater, film and literature. ArtsQuest highlights the talents of BSC students and brings performances and presentations by renowned guest artists to campus and venues throughout the community

All ArtsQuest events are open to the public, and most are presented at no charge. Below is a schedule of Arts­Quest 2012 events as well as the head­line performances. For more informa­tion go to http://info.bismarckstate.edu/artsquest/headliners.asp.

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Dakota Stage falls down the Rabbit Hole

By PI Staff

Dakota Stage Ltd. is proud to present Rabbit Hole, the beautiful, breathtaking, Pulitzer Prize winning play, now a major motion picture with Nicole Kidman. Starring a solid cast of familiar DSL faces including Melissa Schumacher and Mark Kuntz, and directed by David Puma, this touching and thoughtful production is not to be missed. One of the goals for Dakota Stage this year was to present new plays that had not previously been shown in Bismarck.

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