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Who’s soirée now?
Who’s soirée now?
Making up is hard to do in Neil Simon’s “The Dinner Party”

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It’s all looking Rosie
It’s all looking Rosie
“Really Rosie” is another case of great theater, in Newport
Make a change, with “Funny Money”
Make a change, with “Funny Money”

The Tillamook Association for the Performing Arts will hold auditions for its next production, “Funny Money,” on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 24 and 25.

Written by Ray Cooney, and directed by Becki Wilhelm, this madcap farce needs a...

Plot a course to Tillamook
Plot a course to Tillamook

Life imitates art with fatal consequences this Friday, Feb. 17, as the curtain goes up on “A Sting in the Tale,” the latest production from the Tillamook Association for the Performing Arts.

Written by Brian Clemens and Dennis...

Claim asylum, in Nehalem
Claim asylum, in Nehalem

Nehalem’s Riverbend Players will kick off their 2017 season this weekend when the curtain goes up on “The Curious Savage,” by John Patrick.

The heartwarming comedy chronicles the adventures of Mrs. Ethel P. Savage, whose...

More bang for your buck
More bang for your buck

A beloved-car movie contest would probably come down to a face-off between “Herbie the Lovebug” and “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,” with Chitty coming out on top thanks to a last-minute rendition of...

She’s no pipsqueak
She’s no pipsqueak
Elizabeth Black’s zest shines through in latest Lemon Ladies show
Schticking it where the sun don’t shine
Schticking it where the sun don’t shine

Story & photos by Rebecca Stone

For Oregon Coast TODAY

With this Lewis and Clark team, you won’t need a map and compass to find the laughs.

A shot of schmaltz here, a dash of bitters there, and the second offering in...

Smee kids on stage
Smee kids on stage

The characters of Neverland will come to life in Lincoln City this Saturday, Dec. 31, as the Missoula Children’s Theatre presents “Peter & Wendy” at Taft High 7-12.

When Captain Hook sends his right-hand man Smee on a...