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Beauty And The Beast At Yosemite High

OAKHURST – A special show is coming to “this provincial town,” as the Yosemite High School (YHS) Fine Arts Department brings to life the iconic Disney inspired musical “Beauty and the Beast” for the mountain community, beginning Wednesday, Apr. 23, at the YHS Theater. This musical adaptation of the 1991 animated film will be performed by 30 YHS students from ...

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Antsy McClain Brings Rockabilly to Coolwater

AHWAHNEE – Coolwater host Robin Ralston calls Antsy McClain “The Shel Silverstein of Rockabilly,” and a review of his song titles, including Prozac Made Me Stay seems to bear that out. McClain’s shows combine great comedy and superb musicianship, and you’ll definitely be in for something different when he takes the stage at the Coolwater Ranch on Sunday, Apr. 13, ...

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Open Auditions At Golden Chain Theatre

OAKHURST – Anyone interested in participating in a live theater production is invited to open auditions at the Golden Chain Theatre. Actors, back stage, sound and lights, marketing, directing, set construction and painting, singers, dancers, seamstresses, wardrobe, hostesses and many more positions are open. All interested are encouraged to attend.

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Golden Chain Theatre Presents Spring Show

OAKHURST – From the same team that bought you Dark Deeds and Jack the Ripper, the Golden Chain Theatre proudly presents its spring production of The Miracle Worker by William Gibson. The Miracle Worker dramatizes the volatile relationship between the lonely teacher, Annie Sullivan, and her charge, Helen Keller.

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Sierra Mono Museum Readies For Indian Days And Pow Wow

NORTH FORK – With Princess and Brave contestant applications, a handful of fundraisers, an open house and more all leading up to Indian Fair Days and Pow Wow, there’s plenty going on at the Sierra Mono Museum. This year, the Pow Wow will be one day only, Saturday, Aug. 2, with a series of supportive events leading up to the ...

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An Evening Of Ancient Rhythms

COARSEGOLD – Desert Roots is an evening of ancient rhythms, joyful songs, drumming and dancing on Sunday, Apr. 27 at 7 p.m. Experience enchanting songs and rhythms from the Middle East and North Africa by internationally known charismatic percussionist, performer, educator and sound healer Dror Sinai. Dror is an international performer, educator, and guest artist, as well as the Founder ...

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Debut Concert Of Sierra Foothill Composers

OAKHURST – Sunday, March 23 at 2:30 p.m. marks the debut concert of the Sierra Foothill Composers’ Co-operative Concert Series in the Oakhurst Branch Library’s Community Room. The concert has been organized by four local composers, and will feature music by the four co-op members — Brad Hufft, John Kilburn, Susan Moore, and Barbara Ulman — as well as Bach, ...

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Mariposa Symphony Orchestra Spring Concerts

MARIPOSA – The Mariposa Symphony Orchestra is gearing up for a pair of spring concerts, the first at Mariposa High School’s Fiester Auditorium at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Apr. 5, and then a 2 p.m. matinee concert on Sunday, Apr. 6, in the Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite National Park. Concerts will feature two soloists, including Central California’s premiere concert grand ...

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Update On Coolwater Ranch Concerts

AHWAHNEE – Coolwater Concerts host Robin Ralston reports that the Mar. 22 Dave Stamey show is full. “Please do not come hoping to ‘donate at the door,'” says Robin. “You must have passes in hand or confirmed reservations.” She is taking reservations for the Antsy McClain show on Apr. 13 and Peppino D’Agostino on May 31.

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8th Graders Present "The Headless Horseman"

Written by Robyn Flory NORTH FORK – Rehearsals are winding down for the 25th annual Eighth Grade Play at North Fork School. This year’s play is “The Headless Horseman Rides Again,” a comedy adapted from Washington Irving’s Classic Story. Crafty Mr. Van Bloom wants Bronco Bones for a son-in-law so he can gain access to Bronco’s land holdings. His daughter ...

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