Heritage students are excited to present Seussical, May 4 & 5 at 7:00 pm at the Loveland Performing Arts Center located on Heritage’s campus.
This new musical story, based on the works of Dr. Seuss, weaves together his most famous tales and characters in fun and unexpected ways! From Broadway to your own neck of the woods, audiences and cast members have been able to dive into the world of Dr. Seuss nationwide since 2000. This imaginative story helps us all believe in the power of our own imagination, shows us the value of helping a friend, and helps us remember to be ourselves.
Performing for a sold-out crowd in our state-of-the-art, 620 seat Loveland Performing Arts Center is one of many life-changing opportunities students experience at Heritage. Three months of diligent practice, getting out of their comfort zones, memorizing lines, singing and dancing finally pays off when a sold-out crowd, including members of the local community, their family members and Heritage staff, provide a standing ovation!
Directed by: Julia DuBois
Music direction by: Andrew Walsh
Choreography by: Jasmine Petrell
Learn more here.
World War II is won, but the people of Northern England are still feeling its effects. However, while thin rations and SPAM abound, local dignitaries are living it large by secretly rearing a pig named Betty for their upcoming Royal banquet. It’s up to Gilbert, a kindhearted chiropodist, and his determined wife Joyce to set things right…by stealing Betty. A hilarious musical straight from London’s West end!
Betty Blue Eyes will be playing at the Hale Center Theatre in Orem from April 20th through May 27th.
Get your tickets here!
This $2000 platinum and 1k yellow gold ring loves love. It was created to express undying love and it really wants to get back out into the world doing what it loves most. That’s where you come in. I’m not asking you to make me believe in romantic love again. I already believe. I just haven’t seen evidence of it for a long, long time. What I want you to do is to shore up my hope that romantic love can actually happen in this crazy world of heartbreak and dashed dreams. Tell me your story (or somebody else’s). Warm my heart. Make me laugh. Make me happy to cry. In return, one of you will get this $2000 platinum and 18k yellow gold men’s wedding band (size 10/11). The winner will receive the ring, the top three entries will be published on the blog for the Speak For Yourself Open Mic community (speakforyourselfopenmic.wordpress.com), and the top five writers will be invited to read from their work as special features for Speak For Yourself Open Mic in Provo, Utah (feature restricted to local writers or those who can pay for their own travel). There is no restriction on form other than that the entries must be no longer than 10 pages and should represent your own work. $19.99 entry fee. If the campaign earns more money than the ring is valued at, the two runner-up submissions will receive a cash prize.
This campaign is currently an open call but it is recommended that entries be submitted by May 30 or earlier.
Submit to: https://speakforyourself.submittable.com/submit/82538/put-a-ring-on-it
Green Gables is the home of lovable Matthew Cuthbert and his stern sister, Marilla. They agree to adopt a boy to help with the farm work. Imagine their consternation when Anne Shirley, a girl in her teens, is sent by the orphanage by mistake! Anne touches Matthew’s heart with her vivid imagination and her charitable viewpoint, but it takes time to reach the tender heart beneath Marilla’s hard exterior. Then there is young Diana Barry, a lad named Gilbert Blythe and Matthew, Anne’s kindred spirit.
This lovely classic is very simple to present and full of warmth and wit. Directed by Lynn Bronson.
Anne of Green Gables will be playing at the Covey Center for the Arts April 27-May 19.
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