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Oct. 1st, 2010 @ 01:56 pm
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Student Productions Association of Lane Community College Presents the Eugene Premiere of RENT the musical!

A portion of this weekends proceeds will go to HIV Alliance


October 1st-2nd, 7th-9th, 8pm curtain
Matinee on October 3rd, 2pm curtain

Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the production.

No late arrivals will be seated

Reserve tickets on-line at lanecc.edu/tickets,
Call 541-463-5761,
Or buy them at the door before the performance.

Location: Main Stage, the Ed Ragozzino Performance Hall at Lane Community College

Tickets: General-$15
Student/Staff/Senior-$10

Box office opens @ 7:00pm

If you need disability accommodations to attend this event, please call Disability Services 541-463-5150, 541-463-5150, or 541-463-3079 one week before the event.

RENT follows eight friends living in New York City facing the trials of HIV/AIDS and being homeless while maintaining importance of being alive and staying in the present. Rent, written by the late Jonathon Larson, is the eighth longest running show on Broadway history, which is 8 years behind of phantom of the opera. The rock opera musical brought in a whole new generation of musical attendants and inspired future rock opera, such as American idiot and Spring Awakening.

Want to End Marijuana Prohibition in Oregon? May. 15th, 2010 @ 05:22 pm
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Find out where to sign the petition

cannabistaxact.org

Nov. 1st, 2009 @ 11:24 pm
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The Student Productions Association of Lane Community College will stage Dwarfman, Master of a Million Shapes, a comedy in two acts by Michael Weller.

Performances are in the Blue Door Theater at L.C.C.’s main campus, Thursday through Sunday, November 5-6-7; 12-13-14; and 19-20-21. Curtain is at 8:00 P.M. There will be one matinee, Sunday, November 15 at 2:00 P.M.

Tickets are $10 for general admission; $8 for seniors, students and staff.

November 12, 13, 14, 15 bring 3 cans of food and get in for $5! (Food will be donated to Food for Lane County)

For more information and tickets, call 541-463-5761, or purchase tickets online at www.lanecc.edu/tickets.

Audience members must be age 10 or older.

Dwarfman is an unpublished work, produced only twice before - at Chicago’s Goodman Theater, and in 1995 at Eugene’s Lord Leebrick Theater (which had in the cast both artistic directors, Randall Lord and Christopher Leebrick.)

In the play, comic-book creator Stanley Dorfman is having a nervous breakdownCollapse )
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Some wine? Sep. 28th, 2009 @ 03:34 am
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The Student Production Association of Lane Community College presents the classic Joseph Kesselring comedy Arsenic and Old Lace on the Main Stage of the Performance Hall at Lane Community College; directed by Michael P. Watkins.

Arsenic and Old Lace opened on Broadway on January 10, 1941; providing much-needed comic relief to New Yorkers fearful of the war raging in Europe. The play revolves around two spinster aunts and their innocently sinister way of helping lonely old men seeking lodging in their home find peace. A review in Theatre Arts Magazine at the time called Arsenic and Old Lace “the ultimate in the genre. Arsenic and Old Lace lives up to its beguiling title and succeeds in turning homicide into side-splitting farce.” The play continued on Broadway for 1,444 performances. It was such a hit in London that the English lined up for tickets during the London Blitz. In 1944, Arsenic and Old Lace was made into a hit movie starring Cary Grant.

Arsenic and Old Lace opens Thursday, October 1 on the Main Stage in Lane's Performing Arts Hall, which was renovated this summer with new seating. Performances continue on weekends through October 17. Curtain is at 8:00pm. A Sunday matinee is scheduled on October 11th at 2:00pm.

Tickets for the show are $12.50 for Adults, $10 for Students. Tickets may be reserved by calling the Student Production Association office at 541-463-5761; purchased at the door or in advance at Lane's on-line box office.
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Hey Oregon! What's with the fires?? Sep. 26th, 2009 @ 12:03 am
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Hi guys and girls, as you must already take for granted (which is good!) is our freedom to love. Right now our rights are being stolen away, little by little, and our lifestyles are under the attack. Please read this and use your young and energetic minds to do and think of ways to combat this evil so that we can all enjoy what we love.

I got his e-mail, it's extremely important! If you live on this planet Earth, then you MUST make yourself aware of this growing pandemic! Please read all the way through this before you judge anyone. I left off the last name of the person who wrote this email so he won't be bombarded with hate mail, everything else is copied and pasted exactly how it is in the e-mail I got.

For the livejournal community goers, I realise this might be seen as spam, but I assure you, it’s not. This is not a chain mail or spam or hate mail, this is an e-mail I got personally from an odler gentleman who is very wise and very brave. I realise it might get deleted, which is exeedingly deplorable, scince no one will be exempt from the pervasive evil from the US and other nations, and everyone needs to know. This is one of the only ways I can get as many people’s attention as possible, so please don’t delete this, please read it, research it, and don’t scoff just becuase it’s shocking. I would not being doing this if I didn’t care about each and every person in this community!

It's very important that you copy and paste this into word program and print it out. Share this information with everyone you know and don't worry about looking foolish, the only thing you are doing is offering them a chance to get some information about the government.

God or Goddess Bless. (or anything else you believe in, because as a human being you have the right to believe in whatever you want).

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Nothing planned for the 4th? Jun. 30th, 2009 @ 03:55 pm
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Good. Check out my friend playing with the Cocker Spaniels at the Tiny Tavern at 8p. Led by Sean Padilla, they are catchy, quirky and fun. Really creative melodies with just the right amount of humor. Check their myspace for a taste of their music. Listen twice before you decide.

It'll be right here in Eugene. Sadly, I will not be able to make it as I'm working a double shift at work that day (and night).

Links below. I hope a few of you are able to go and enjoy!


www.myspace.com/cspaniels

www.myspace.com/tinytavern

Apr. 12th, 2009 @ 03:43 pm
nathaniel_elias
Can someone lead me in the right direction?

I plan on moving to Oregon sometime this year, and would like to know a few things. I work in the vet field, and would like to know of good veterinary hospitals I can apply to. Websites, or general info are appreciated. Also: Good community colleges/universities that offer great biology and zoology programs.

I am going to apply for a job, and hopefully get on before I make the move. I'm really interested in either moving to Portland, or Eugene.

Thanks a bunch!

-Nathan

Sex, literature, and death Mar. 30th, 2009 @ 12:00 am
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Student Productions Association(S.P.A.) of Lane Community College presents Tom Stoppard's ARCADIA, directed by Mary Unruh.

One of Stoppard's best loved plays, ARCADIA is fast paced comedy that combines Stoppard's quick wit and mastery of language with the beauty of poetry and the elegance of math. It is a story of love, sex scandal, philosophy, and grouse. The characters engage in torrid love affairs, while dueling with each other both literally and intellectually. The plot shuttles back and forth through time; starting in 1809, and then jumping to the present, and then back again. We watch as the both those in the past and future struggle to understand life through poetry, landscaping, mathematical chaos theory, and history. ARCADIA is a masterful mix of light hearted comedy, and bitter-sweet drama; just like life.

ARCADIA runs April 3-4, 9-12, 16-18. Curtain is at 8 PM, with a Sunday April 12 matinée at 2 PM. Tickets are $10 general admission, and $8 for students, staff, and seniors. Performances are in The Blue Door Theatre, Building 6, at LCC. Advanced reservations are recommended.

Buy tickets online at www.lanecc.edu/tickets, or call the box office at 463-5761 for reservations.

(Audience members must be 10 years of age or older.)
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Prepare ye to come sing about love! Feb. 3rd, 2009 @ 04:25 pm
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Coming to Lane Community College just in time for the end of the cold and dreary winter is GODSPELL, one of the most famous Broadway musicals of all time. Student Productions Association presents GODSPELL at Lane Community College, February 5-7, 12-15, 19-21. Performances are at 8 PM with a Sunday matinee at 2 PM, February 15. Tickets are $12.50 general and $10 for students, staff, and seniors. Advanced reservations are recommended.

For ticket reservations, call the box office at 463-5761, or buy tickets online at www.lanecc.edu/tickets


For this SPA production of GODSPELL, director Chris Pinto chose to give the characters some undeniably humble beginnings. The show is set on bleak city streets, where Jesus befriends 12 homeless individuals. In the course of the show, the group comes together to form a community. Prostitutes, drug-addicts, and general miscreants, they are the rejects of society; exactly the kind of people that Jesus would befriend.

The show depicts the adult life of Jesus Christ: His baptism by John the Baptist, the selection of His 12 apostles, and His inevitable betrayal by his most dedicated follower, Judas Iscariot. However, the show also stands for a more universal concept: When the world looks bleak, when we are down and out, when times are rough and when we are
hungry and poor, the only thing to do is to focus on building your community and do what you can to help your fellow man.

With its positive message, GODSPELL, based on the gospel according to St. Matthew, is an up-beat show featuring pantomime, improvisation, charades, and vaudeville. Everybody involved in the play brings something to the table: thier own creativity! When people see it on stage, they're really seeing an intense collaboration between director
and cast.

Scored by Stephen Schwartz, GODSPELL is probably best know for the international hit, "Day By Day," which reached #13 on the Billboard pop singles chart in 1972.

GODSPELL is directed by Chris Pinto, who was last seen on stage in the VLT's Stage Left production of GLENGARY GLEN ROSS and directed the VLT's FUNNY MONEY, ON THE RAZZLE, and the SPA's BUYING TIME and HOT' L BALTIMORE. Music director is Vikki Brabham, who has appeared in many musical theater shows and concerts including shows at Lane Community College and the Very Little Theater, and with the Eugene Concert Choir. She is also a veteran member of OFAM's Emerald City Jazz Kings.The dance is choreographed by Michael Watkins, who has acted and directed in Eugene for almost 20 years. He has recently appeared in ROCKY HORROR and OR NOT TO BE, and has directed numerous shows around town including HAIR, FORTINBRAS and PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE.
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Join us in Cloudcuckooland! Nov. 14th, 2008 @ 01:33 am
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The Birds


Aristophanes’ The Birds was first performed in spring of 414 BC, and has remained a favorite through the ages. It has been called many things: an escape to Utopia, a play for peace, a political commentary, and always a comedy. The Birds, not to be confused with Alfred Hitchcock’s film, is much like an ancient Greek Saturday Night Live.

Historically The Birds parodies and lampoons the local, popular culture and politics, and throughout the years has been adapted to fit which ever era it was produced in. Lane’s production will be no exception with bawdy references to present day pop figures and political controversies.

As part of an experimental collaboration, Lane Community College Student Productions Association’s production of The Birds is directed by James Aday. Cast members have had their own creative hand in making the masks, which they will be wearing on stage. The technical design and construction is completely student generated and executed.

The Birds opens Friday November 14th, and runs for two weekends with shows on the 15th, 20th, 21st, and 22nd. The show begins at 8pm. The November 16th matinée will begin at 2:00pm.

Tickets are $10 for general admission, and $8 for students, seniors, and staff.

Due to its bawdy and irreverent nature no children under the age of 13 will be admitted.

For reservations or ticket information call (541) 463-5761.
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