You learn how to read minds.
It’s a non-traditional music/variety show.
It’s the Dudley Birder Chorale’s 41st annual concert.
The exhibit continues at the Neville Public Museum.
Strong leads fuel the enduring musical.
The search is in the ’70s at an exclusive school.
But first, the monowheel will be restored.
The musical “Camelot” recalls idyllic times.
The aim is family appeal.
Ray and Jackie Nitschke are the focus of inspiration.
It’s the first book show of Birder Players.
But only the name is going away.
The play visits aspirations in the 1970s.
The play digs into family and faith in the ’50s.
Charlie Brown and Dr. Dolittle are the “stars.”
Actor Ian Ruskin assays the firebrand.
“Rest Assured” visits greed vs. family.
Wen-Lei Gu masters a masterpiece.
The story continues to have youth appeal.
A UWGB professor will speak Tuesday.
The musical comedy is a modern classic.
He’s top shelf all around.
Set work boosts the Dolly Parton musical.
It’s a one-of-a-kind show.
The show is a giant spoof.