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firstname.lastname@example.orgAlex Moore said some of his friends joked with him that he was already like Professor Callahan because Moore can be evil. But the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts student doesn’t see himself that way, and Moore said he had to work at perfecting...
email@example.comElle Woods has impeccable style and grace. But after her boyfriend dumps her and heads off to law school, Elle decides to follow him. With her trusty dog Bruiser by her side, Elle proves to her ex — and everybody else — that she’s...
firstname.lastname@example.org“Could it be? Yes, it could. Something’s coming, something good, If I can wait!” The wait will not be long. “Something” is coming this weekend. The words are Stephen Sondheim’s in “Something’s Coming,&...
Here are some of the things happening this week in Washington County Public Schools: Monday, April 15 2013-14 kindergarten registration — Applications available at all elementary schools Grade five and eight MSA testing — All week ...
email@example.comThe scene outside the auditorium of Williamsport High School was bustling Monday evening as parents, staff and choral booster members helped cast members put on makeup and costumes and rehearse music to prepare for the school’s production of “...
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Here I go again. Although I've said many times that I'm not a "music writer," I often find myself writing about music. Well, of course. I've been previewing Maryland Symphony Orchestra concerts for years. But here and now, I'm talking about my column...
The Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre has announced auditions for "Legally Blonde," will be Monday, April 8, beginning at 7 p.m. at the theater, 5 Willowdale Drive, Frederick. Those auditioning are asked to bring a headshot and resume, as well as 16...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSeven-year-old Madison Hartman inched forward on the piano bench to reach the keys so she could play “Mulberry Bush” at Saturday’s Performathon to benefit the Cumberland Valley School of Music. After giving a flawless performance, the...
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email@example.comThe Maryland Symphony Orchestra will present "A Night at the Opera" this weekend at The Maryland Theatre. A warning label might be in order: This is not your father's "Night at the Opera." Yes, selections from some of the most beloved and well-known...
A Waynesboro girl who has her sights set on the Broadway stage traveled to New York City last weekend to audition for a televised singing contest. Hannah Richardson, 11, said she got cut in the audition process for “La Voz Kids” on Telemundo,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMichael Thorsen slapped high-fives with some dance students as they returned from a performance last Wednesday afternoon at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts. Earlier in the day, he chatted with students excited about the announcement for the...
Special to The Herald-MailFor the past few months, just about every movie I've seen has been preceded by a short documentary on the making of "Les Miserables." The point most stressed in these previews is that every song in the movie is being sung live; that unprecedented steps...
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