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lum.,,00 i a Star Section B Friday, October 22, 2004 hind th urt II in By Meredith Pogue theatre thrives in With a pride one might eel Broadway. Dedication, and talent is given freely. about why that's not vitality, and animation a prerequisite to join- these dedicated volun- are the backbone of the the- V bring together a produc- f magic. Actors, crew, cos- technicians, ushers, directors, and producers long hours after nor- To the onlooker, an ener- in this world. The show And indeed it does! production presents for members of to involve themselves the scenes. Acting g, music choreography, light mending and fit- a change in staging, a tears, laughter, NIGHT! are frazzled. Make-up is The air is filled with hope to forget lines, an do well, and so the show for the performance. don't come up as quickly as chair is in the wrong actor refuses to go on. pushed onto the stage. d rain pour from the sky cues confusing the audience. line bellows forth and theatre is an act of entity where players and It is a spirit of the people together to relax, and appreci- and hard work of volun- 0 give so freely with their subsides. The out. The lights dim. The other. The director and the evening, ., gives joy and enter- all who participated. community theatres Workshop, Theatre, Village Square, Community Playhouse. its own personality offering an everyone. Church/charity United Methodist be selling pumpkins galore and 30 from 10am-dusk. the Pumpkin Patch will 771-4540 presents C.S. Lewis: ad Witness featuring Howard 3 at 6:30 pm in the is invited to join Stedfast Center community fellowship 23 from 12-2 pm. Center is located at Road. The free home served every fourth Elijah's Fellowship Hall. of Praise is October 24 at of Swansea Church is sponsor- and Transform. November 7, 3 pro-5 Doctor Daniel M. Bell guest speaker. The topic is What Is It and How J'eJ00ll ffyde TOWN THEATRE THE FOREIGNER November 5 - 20 FOREVER PLAID January 14 - February 2 ALWAYS...PATSY CLINE February 18 - MARCH 5 OKZAHOMA May 6-28 Graphic by Natasha Whitling WORKSHOP THEATRE ON GOLDEN POND November 12-21, December 2-4 TRU December 10-12, 17-18 A LESSON BEFORE DYING January 28-February 12 CALIFORNIA SUITE March 18 -April 2 Around the To00wn Columbia Adventist Academy, WBAG Radio, and area Adventist churches are holding a free Christian concert and health expo at Finlay Park, November 6, 3-5 pro. Drama The River Alliance, Security Federal Bank, the City of West Columbia, and High Voltage Theatre present the second annual production of Sleepy Hollow on the River. The story will be at the West Columbia Riverwalk Amphitheatre, at 8 pm every Thursday through the end of October with a final performance on Halloween night. 765-2252 Education The Friends of Richland County Public Library will hold a book sale from 9 am-3 pm October 23 at the RCPL Operations Center, 130 Lancewood Road. A preview sale for Friends' members will be 6:30 pro-8:30 pm October 22. 929- 3475 Historic Columbia and the Chicora Foundation, Inc. will have a two-day workshop on Cemetery Preservation October 29 from 9 am-3 pm at the Seibels House, 1601 Richland Street. Markets City Center Partnership Downtown Magnolia Market will be held from 10 am-3 pm October 23 on Hampton Street. 779-4005. Meetings Friends of Congaree Swamp will hold its annual meeting October 24 at Millaree Hunt Club in Lower Richland County from 2 pm until sunset. A bar- beque dinner will be served and vegetari- an meals will be available. 413-0460. The Midwifery Advisory Council will meet November I0 at i0 am on the sec- ond floor training room of the Heritage Building, 1777 St. Julian Place. 545-4231 Music Autumn Concert Series at St. Paul's Lutheran Church is each Sunday at 4 pm lasting about one hour. The Columbia Harmonizers chapter of the International Barbershop Harmony Society invites men of all ages who want to sing. Group meets on Thursday evenings, 7:30 pm at Shandon United Methodist Church. 798-1538. Happenings 1 Public Notices 2-23 TRUSTUS THEATRE (combination of Professional and community theatre) Parallel Lives: THE KATHY and MO SHOW October 20-22 (Fundraiser) TALKING WITH October 29-November 13 MASTER HAROLD and the BOYS February 18-March 12 A HEART DIVIDED April 1-April 16 PICCOLO ENTRY: YELLOWMAN April 20-23 THE GOAT or WHO IS SYLVIA May 13-June 4 TAKE ME 0 UT June 24-July 16 HOLY GHOST August 12-August 20 UNIVERSITY of SC BUS STOP November 12-21 THE ILLUSIONS February 4-13, 2005 TRANSLATIONS February 25-March 5 MIDSUMMER NIGHt'S DREAM April 13-24 THE SC SHAKESPEARE COMPANY MACBETH at Finlay Park October 22, 23 28, 29, 30 THE THREE MUSKETEERS April 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 28 CHAPIN COMMUNITY THEATRE YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU October 22, 23, 28, 29, 30 SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD February 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26--March 3, 4, 5 THE RAINMAKER May 19, 20, 21 June 2, 3, 4 June 9, 10, 11 VILLAGE SQUARE Rodgers and Hammerstein' s CINDERELLA October 8-23 STAGE DOOR January 21-30, 2005 THE APPLE TREE April 15-30, 2005 HONK, Jr. June, 2005 i Eau Claire High School No Half. Stepping Marching Band and W.J. Keenan High School Marching Raider Rubber Band invites the public to the 5th Annual Palmetto Invitational Show Band Festival to be held at Memorial Stadium October 30 at 2 pm. 735-7610 Country singer Josh Gracin will per- form at Columbia College November 5, outside on the Green. Opening acts begin st 8 pro, and Gracin's performance d_ll begin at 9 pro. 786-3649 The USC Symphony and the USC Opera company will perform The Seven Deadly Sins November 4 and 5 at the Koger Center for the Arts. 251-2222 Parks Congaree Swamp National Monument formally will be re-designat- ed Congaree National Park by Senator Ernest Hollings, Congressman James Clyburn, and National Park Service director Fran Malnella during a dedica- tion ceremony October 25. The designa- tion distinguishes Congaree as the first trait of the National Park System in SC to carry the National Park title. 776- 4396 Potpourri 24