MCT brings the play, costumes, set and sound, as well as two directors. The participating children (entering first through 12th grade) go through auditions, daily rehearsals and two performances, all in the space of one week. This production will be “Blackbeard the Pirate,”
Fashioned from the heart of tradition and infused with adrenaline, the Urban Monroes’ contemporary bluegrass style is an outgrowth of the combined skills of some of the Pacific Northwest’s finest talent. As individuals the Urban Monroes have earned bluegrass instrument championships, a National Endowment for the Arts award and songwriting accolades. They have been featured on the Emmy award winning PBS series Art Beat and their musical experiences have taken them around the world. As a band they have excited audiences from some of bluegrass’ biggest venues with a fully charged stage presence and an intricate delivery.
Every July members of the Lincoln City Cultural Center submit artwork for a show that promises creativity and diversity. Oregon’s coast is a hot spot of creative people, and they enter their best work for this show. To become a member and enter your work, call 541-994-9994 or visit us, at 540 NE Hwy. 101.
Membership starts at $30 a year. www.lincolncity-culturalcenter.org.
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