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Month: August 2016

What a Beautiful NIGHTSCAPE!

Thank you to 7th Anomaly, Brandon Provost, Hollice Clark & the Bourbonnais Township Park District, Dance in the Light, the singers and dancers representing Acting Out on stage, and our many volunteers behind the scenes for making N I G H T S C A P E a huge success! Please enjoy this review in photos!

WHAT IS N I G H T S C A P E?

  By Brandon Provost You’ve been seeing the online and newspaper ads and seeing it on Facebook. You heard about it at Acting Out’s Sweeney Todd, but what is Nightscape? The short answer: Nightscape is an outdoor fundraiser pop/rock concert hosted by local band 7th Anomaly, featuring guest performances by Acting Out Theatre veterans of…
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N I G H T S C A P E

By Brandon Provost Night has come! A starry sky covers the world like a dark cloak. Like all things do, we must go to sleep. Now, what do you see when you close your eyes? The opening dialogue of “Adventures Through an Unconscious Mind”, a pop musical experience presented in 2009 and 2010 by myself…
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So Many 1sts!

By Sharon Richardson It is our 6th year – but oh so many 1sts! When I sat down to write a final wrap up of our 2016 summer production of Sweeney Todd – words just kept “popping into me head.”  Words like humidity – talent – bloody – rain date – trap door – razors –…
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NIGHTSCAPE

About N I G H T S C A P E – Friday, August 26 at 8 PM – 11 PM at Perry Farm Park, 459 N. Kennedy Drive in Bourbonnais Local band 7th Anomaly and Acting Out Theatre Company will join forces to create NIGHTSCAPE, a concert event that will ignite the night with music and dance!…
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10 Things I’ve Learned In Community Theatre

By Mayalyn Cott With an emphasis on community. I’ve never been super passionate about acting, but I decided to try my hand at it this summer when my community theater announced that they were doing “Sweeney Todd.” After being exposed to this cast for the last four months, I’ve caught on to a few common…
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