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Cheboksary

, Chuvash State Puppet Theater and numerous theaters (showing productions in both Russian (Russian language) and Chuvash (Chuvash language) languages). However, a very popular gathering place for the locals is the recently completed ''zaliv'' (bay), beautifully situated in the middle of the city. There people gather to stroll, visit cafes, and socialize. Cheboksary also has beautiful boardwalks and beaches along the Volga River, where people swim in the summer. There are also

, also she was invited to other cities of Russian Federation (Ijevsk, Chelyabinsk, Cheboksary, Yoshkar-Ola, Siktivkar, Petrozavodsk, Moscow, etc.). There are more than 100 theatre productions in her art-baggage. Lyubov Speranskaya has become famous scenographic producer and master of scenic and national clothes. At the same time, in her scenic works, portraits we can see that Speranskaya is acute portraitist-psychologist. In 1919, he led the Czech and Slovak section

and down the Volga. A boat tour to the major cities along the Volga is highly recommended. See thumb 550px Cheboksary's city center over the Artificial Bay (Image:Cheboksary Artificial Bay in downtown.jpg) * Vvedensky cathedral (1657) * Saint-Trinity monastery (1566) Do Like many Russian cities, Cheboksary possesses excellent cultural opportunities. There is an Opera-Ballet Theatre, a Philharmonic Orchestra, and numerous theaters (showing productions in both Russian and Chuvash languages


Pultneyville, New York

suffrage , phrenology and spiritualism were held in the church. During the Civil War (American Civil War) the church was used for packing barrels of supplies for Union Army soldiers. In 1867, the Pultneyville Lyceum began performing improvised stage productions with gasoline lamps serving as spotlights. Contemporary community theater organizations have continuously staged productions in the building since 1961. As a result the Library of Congress found Gates Hall to be the second


Grosuplje

– The Turenček or Little Tower in English. The two-storey tower has a rich history – it was home to the first school as early as 1504 and in more recent times it hosted a library on the first floor and a small hall for theatre productions on the second. The inhabitants of Šmarje defended themselves from the Turks by building strong defensive walls around the church of Mary's birth. The original wall had four towers, of which only one remains standing and is now beautifully renovated

– The Turenček or Little Tower in English. The two-storey tower has a rich history – it was home to the first school as early as 1504 and in more recent times it hosted a library on the first floor and a small hall for theatre productions on the second. Buy Grosuplje's the closesed main shopping area is Rudnik Shopping District (take bus 3G infront of the Kongo Hotel & Casino, go down station Spodnji Rudnik). The former Rudnik industrial estate, located on the south-eastern edge of Ljubljana, has


Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

was the headliner. Other acts to perform in the Rawlinson Centre include Adam Gregory, Colin James, Rita MacNeil, Theresa Sokyrka, Arrogant Worms, Canadian Brass, Doc Walker, David Usher, Girlicious, among others. Drama Carlton High School is known for its productions dealing with topics such as Nazism, dark Gothic romances, and light-hearted children's plays. Every year, three productions are put on with one being a children's play that tours the public

Prince Albert Odyssey Theatre work publisher date url http: paodyssey.tripod.com doi accessdate March 16, 2008 Over the last three years Shakespeare in the Park has been performed in Kinsmen Park, and produced by Prince Albert's ShortStuff Productions. ShortStuff Productions is a local theatre group started by Joan and Desmond Short. Their past shows have included ''Jesus Christ Superstar'', ''Baba & Gido's 50th Wedding Anniversary

'', and The Rocky Horror Show. The group's first production was ''The Ferris Wheel'', and they have since performed numerous plays such as ''The Midlife Crisis of Dionysis'', ''Whoppers'', and many more. SmokeScreen productions has won numerous awards at Saskatchewan's Theatre


Stratford, Ontario

; Theatermania.com, August 17, 2009 Stephen Ouimette played Hysterium. Mirvish Productions presented the earlier Stratford production at the Canon Theatre, Toronto, in December 2010 through January 2011. Bruce Dow and Sean Cullen were alternates in the lead role. Nestruck, J. Kelly. "Theatre Review. 'A Funny Thing

that had been subject to Gilbert's copyright (other than Williamsons' authorised productions) was in Stratford, Ontario, Canada, in September 1961. In 1979, the Torbay branch of the Gilbert and Sullivan Society presented a centenary tribute to the world premiere performance of ''Pirates'' in Paignton, with a production at the Palace Avenue Theatre (situated a few metres from the former Bijou Theatre). A new production of Jesus Christ Superstar was mounted at the Stratford

Shakespeare Festival , in Stratford, Ontario, as part of its 2011 season. Performances began on May 16, 2011 and ran until November 6. The show is directed by Des McAnuff, director of the original Broadway productions of Jersey Boys and Big River (Big River (musical)) and of the 1993 Broadway production of Tommy (The Who's Tommy). Jesus is played sung by Paul Nolan, Judas by Josh Young, Mary Magdalene by Chilina Kennedy, Pontius Pilate by Brent Carver, and King Herod by Bruce


East Kalimantan

the Kelai River on Mount Nyapa (Njapa), Berau Regency, East Kalimantan. Robinson, A.S., J. Nerz & A. Wistuba 2011. ''Nepenthes epiphytica'', a new pitcher plant from East Kalimantan. In: McPherson, S.R. ''New Nepenthes: Volume One''. Redfern Natural History Productions, Poole. pp. 36–51. It is deposited at the National Herbarium of the Netherlands in Leiden. This taxon

as a "long sandstone ridge with several small peaks". The typical habitat of this species is mossy forest. A population of approximately 200 plants has been found growing at an elevation of around 1600 McPherson, S.R. 2009. ''Pitcher Plants of the Old World''. 2 volumes. Redfern Natural History Productions, Poole. or 1700 m. ''Nepenthes mollis


Camrose, Alberta

in'' ''Claymont, Delaware'' Two probes have been initiated into the collapse of the ''Big Valley Jamboree (w:Big Valley Jamboree)'' stage which killed one person, placed four others in the critical care unit and caused injuries to 75 others in Camrose (w:Camrose, Alberta), Alberta (w:Alberta) located in Canada. Panhandle Productions has brought in independent investigators to determine why the stage collapsed and to collect evidence. Due to the large

number of people trapped under the stage the evidence had to be moved for rescue operations. thumb left 100px w:Camrose, Alberta Camrose (File:Camrose, Alberta Location.png), Alberta (w:Alberta) The stage collapsed shortly before 6:00 p.m. local time on Saturday killing 35-year-old Donna Moore, who was attending the festival from Lloydminster (w:Lloydminster). Premier Global Productions supplies the stage for the event, which are transported from venue to venue in sections via three semi trailers. "It's their stage. In fact, I know this stage has been used by Paul McCartney, it's been used by Metallica, and by Tim McGraw on tour." said Larry Werner the producer from Panhandle Productions.


Hollywood

of the American Film'' Harcourt Brace, New York, 1930; p. 85 In the early 1900s, most motion picture patents were held by Thomas Edison's Motion Picture Patents Company in New Jersey, and filmmakers were often sued to stop their productions. To escape this, filmmakers began moving out west, where Edison's patents could not be enforced. Also

of Darkness'' via "Go-Animation" work American Cinematographer pages 74 language publisher date March 1993 url accessdate References in popular culture Burroughs B205 hardware has appeared as props in many Hollywood television and film productions from the 1960s onwards. For example a B205 console (front panel) was often shown in the television series ''Batman (Batman (TV series))'' as the ''Bat Computer''; also as the computer

the studios' biggest successes. Productions like ''Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins (film))'' (1964), ''My Fair Lady (My Fair Lady (film))'' (1964) and ''The Sound of Music (The Sound of Music (film))'' (1965) were among the biggest money-makers of the decade. The growth in independent producers and production companies, and the increase in the power of individual actors also contributed to the decline of traditional Hollywood studio production. File:Juliette Binoche and Jean Reno.jpg thumb


Ashland, Oregon

; Economy Income from tourism is important to Ashland's economy. A large number of restaurants, galleries, and retail stores cater to thousands of visitors who attend plays each year at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. In 2011, the festival sold more than 390,000 tickets to its theater productions.

, getting a job loading cameras and doing other hands-on work for John Korty’s Korty Films. He was later hired by Industrial Light & Magic in 1983, where he worked on productions for ''Twice Upon a Time (Twice Upon a Time (1983 film))'', ''Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi)'', and ''Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom''. In 1984, he left ILM to direct a commercial for the American Cancer Society, that would show

by Angus L. Bowmer on the back of an envelope based on his recollection of productions at the University of Washington in which he had acted as a student. Ashland, Oregon obtained WPA funds in 1935 to build it in the roofless shell of the abandoned Chautauqua theatre, the circular walls which remained after the dome had been removed. Bowmer extended the walls to reduce the stage width to fifty-five feet, and painted the extensions to resemble half-timbered


Niagara-on-the-Lake

of theatrical productions featuring the works of George Bernard Shaw, his contemporaries, or plays about his era (1856–1950), running from April to November. The festival operates three theatres in the centre of town: the Festival, Royal George, and Court House theatres, and features one of a repertory acting company, scenic staff, and collection of resident and guest directors considered some of the best in the English-speaking world. Along the Niagara Parkway is RiverBrink Art Museum, a popular

a large and vibrant theatre scene, with many different companies, some producing large-scale Broadway-style productions (produced by companies like Mirvish Productions), and others producing smaller-scale plays by Canadian and other playwrights. Some of the major theatre companies of Toronto include: Canadian Stage Company, Tarragon Theatre, Theatre Passe-Muraille, the Factory Theatre, Soulpepper Theatre Company, Buddies in Bad Times and Alumnae Theatre. Toronto has

in England, and the two became firm friends in Canada. '''Miranda Stone''' is a Canadian (Canada) singer-songwriter originating from the Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario region and currently based in Toronto where she operates independent record label Earthdress Productions. group2 Towns list2 Fort Erie (Fort Erie, Ontario) • Grimsby (Grimsby, Ontario) • Lincoln (Lincoln, Ontario) • Niagara-on-the-Lake • Pelham (Pelham, Ontario) group3 Townships


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