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Here Come The Cows Summer Melodrama At GCT

OAKHURST — Moooove over… here comes a cattle stampede live on stage, as Golden Chain Theater presents the Tim Kelly comedy ‘Here Come the Cows (or Never Say Moo in Mesa)’ beginning Friday, June 28. Photos by Steve Montalto, HighMountain Images The annual summer melodrama allows for lots of audience participation and is packed with jokes bound to have the ...

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Arthur Miller’s WWII Family Drama, All My Sons

MARIPOSA — The Mariposa Theatre Alliance, a program of the Mariposa County Arts Council, is proud to present Arthur Miller’s American classic play, All My Sons directed by Fred Friedland. Set a few years after World War II, All My Sons opens in the Keller family backyard. They look like a mid-century American success story. Joe runs the business, Kate ...

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Last Weekend For Oliver! At The Golden Chain Theatre

OAKHURST — Another sensational production completes its successful run at the Golden Chain Theatre as our local troupe of talented thespians present Oliver! — the classic musical based on Charles Dickens’ novel, Oliver Twist. The old streets of London and its surrounds come to life as young Oliver, a malnourished orphan in a workhouse, becomes the neglected apprentice of an ...

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Last Chance For Clue At Golden Chain

OAKHURST — Will it be the library, the lounge, the kitchen or the conservatory? Plum with a knife, Mustard with a rope, or Peacock with a revolver? Whom-or-whatever it turns out to be, theater-goers are virtually guaranteed to have the time of their lives figuring out the rules of death, as the Golden Chain Theatre presents an interactive whodunit, Clue. ...

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A Christmas Carol, The Musical At Golden Chain

OAKHURST — The Golden Chain Theatre brings a Christmas classic to the mountain communities this holiday season with the magical musical experience, “A Christmas Carol,” opening the weekend following Thanksgiving and playing until Dec. 23rd. The show is an adaptation of Charles Dickens’ well-known 1843 novella of the same name, with music by the composer of Beauty and the Beast ...

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Holiday Shenanigans Courtesy Of YHS Theater Arts

OAKHURST — Stop by Yosemite High School for some merry-making this week, as the Theater Arts Department presents Holiday Shenanigans, a one night comedy variety show that features 25 students from YHS’s Advanced Theater Arts class. “It’s a celebration of the holidays and a chance to laugh and enjoy the spirit of the season with family and friends,” says department chair Lars ...

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Music And Community Meet In Narnia The Musical

OAKHURST — Step into another world as the Sierra Pines Theater Company presents their long-awaited re-imagining of the classic fantasy tale by C.S. Lewis — Narnia The Musical commands the stage for just six shows, opening Friday. Directed by Ken Marks, Narnia The Musical  follows the four Pevensie children – Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy – as they enter an enchanted world through a wardrobe, ...

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The Big Local List Of Holiday Happenings

With so many special events and activities taking place over the next several weeks, we thought it would be helpful to compile a timely list of all the entertainment-related and community-oriented holiday happenings in the mountain area between now and December 25. If we missed anything, let us know and we’ll gladly add it to the Big Local List of ...

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The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time

UPDATE: Nov. 12 — Director and YHS Theater Department chair Lars Thorson says the play has been canceled at this time. No further update is available. Another production is planned for this year, and we will update when details become available. OAKHURST — Yosemite High School’s theater department invites the community to their fall play, The Curious Incident of the Dog ...

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Madame Gadzinka’s Halloween Musical Extravaganza

OAKHURST — The elegantly undead Madam Gadzinka and her traveling sideshow family are making an appearance in town to perform a special pre-Halloween revue at the Golden Chain Theater, where they’ll reveal themselves for one weekend only. They have traveled all across America performing in small towns as they go — leaving each place forever changed, or so we have heard. ...

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