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Romp through the last dog days of summer with Plays for Non-Profits production of the Rodgers and Hammerstein acclaimed musical Oklahoma! The show comes to life on stage at the Hood River Middle School opening August 5.
Bob Connolly plays July 28; Mesa, Reynolds play July 24; Kolberg at Stave & Stone; more
Entertainment update for July 20.
Shakespeare in the Park; Tess Barr Blues Band Saturday at HoodCrest
Hit Machine Block Party for United Way Friday; more
Rain-out, actor injury complicate Plays for Non-Profits opening
Hood River’s first adult outdoor dramatic production in memory got off to a memorable start last week.
Rain on Thursday evening cancelled the opening night of “Much Ado About Nothing,” directed by Lynda Dallman for Plays for Non-Profits, at Stonehedge Gardens.
Bram Brata’ Steel Band at Mt. Hood Winery July 9; more
Skye Weiseth, as Princess Leia, strikes a pose with her father, Teg, as Chewbacca, and her brother, Jack, as Boba Fett, while Ben Bonham and his “alien band” play swing tunes, at Friday’s Star Wars-themed Hood River Library District celebration fifth anniversary at Georgiana Smith Gardens.
Bram Brata’ Steel Band at Mt. Hood Winery July 9; Skamania Lodge hosts annual free Live Music Series; more
Entertainment update for July 2, 2016
Art on Oak celebrates; STEM Fair on Oak Street Friday; more
Lavender DAZE July 2-3; HR County Fair July 27-30; more
“Much Ado About Nothing” preparations began with an unusual rehearsal arrangement: one of the leads, Paul Bowen (Benedick), who was traveling out of state, “phoning it in,” yet giving it his best, via Facetime.
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