Category Archives: Scene

Theatre guild revamps ‘Good Man Charlie Brown’

SHERIDAN — In celebration of the 45th anniversary of the Broadway production “You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown: The Musical” the WYO Theater and Sheridan Civic Theatre Guild are bringing the beloved play to local audiences. Director Pat Tomsovic said the play has actually been performed by the guild once before, 40 years ago. However,… Continue Reading

SC professor giving Swedish fiddling presentation

SHERIDAN — A presentation of Swedish folk music will be March 21 at the C-Tel Hall at Sheridan CollegeThis presentation will include personal stories and Swedish folktales by Keri De Deo. DeDeo is a classically trained violinist who lived in Sweden for one year while learning to play Swedish folk music on violin. Continue Reading

The ‘Gruffalo’ at the WYO April 2

SHERIDAN — The WYO Theater’s Children’s Educational and Family Series presents Tall Stories Company’s “The Gruffalo” at the WYO Theater on April 2 from 7-8:30 p.m. Britain’s most prized children’s theater company brings the beloved story of the magical Gruffalo and a very brave mouse. Continue Reading

SC students make trip to Calif.

Recently, 10 lucky theater students from Sheridan College were able to attend this year’s John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ American College Theater FestivaL in Sacramento, Calif.During the week-long event, they competed in an acting competition, saw many college, university and professional plays, attended theater workshops and lectures, and made many academic and… Continue Reading

Sheridan has talent in abundance

By Dave Munsick We’re all real proud of our town, and with good reason. We have the perfect sized place to live in where most of us know the people that we want to know. We have access to an airport, a college, an award winning YMCA, a superb library system, forward thinking politicians, tangible… Continue Reading

‘Behind the Scenes’ in March at Sheridan County Museum

SHERIDAN — The March 16 “Behind the Scenes Saturday” at the Sheridan County Museum will provide an opportunity to view the museum’s newest exhibits during their installation process. Attendees can help the museum staff evaluate how the exhibits are coming together by sharing thoughts and questions. Those interested should stop by the museum between 10… Continue Reading

UW professors present show at Sagebrush Art Center

SHERIDAN — Sagebrush Community Art Center presents the work of husband and wife art professors from the University of Wyoming, in the show entitled, “Affinities: Works by Leah Hardy and Mark Ritchie.” The exhibition runs from March 8-April 13 at the Sagebrush Community Art Center’s Main Gallery at the Historic Train Depot, 201 E. 5th… Continue Reading

Fort Mackenzie students performing two plays

SHERIDAN — The Fort Mackenzie High School drama students will be giving two performances of two plays on March 14 and 15 in the Carriage House Theater behind the Trail’s End Museum. Both plays are short one-act productions that will be presented each night beginning at 7 p.m. Eleven Fort Mackenzie students have been preparing… Continue Reading

Vince brings her vocal talent back to Sheridan

SHERIDAN — It’s been said that jazz music is 95 percent head knowledge and 5 percent improvisation. Stepping out from the ensemble and using voice or instrument to dance solo — to bend, shake and syncopate as the soul moves — is accomplished solely when the musician knows exactly what she is doing. In many… Continue Reading

New year brings new resolution

It’s New Year’s again, and traditionally, it’s time for reflection and change. This time of year, millions of Americans resolve to lose weight and live healthier lives. Myriad diets abound. An internet search reveals more than 57 million results, so how do people decide which plan is best for them? Well, in Sheridan, a support… Continue Reading

ZooZoo at the WYO Theater Jan. 23

SHERIDAN — Imago Theatre, based in Portland, Ore., will perform their hit “ZooZoo” at the WYO Theater on Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. The play combines vaudeville, mime, dance, acrobatics and illusions. The playful show consists of a series of short vignettes accompanied by fun music and colorful lighting. Featured characters in the January performance… Continue Reading

‘Heart in Hand’ performance Feb. 1 & 2

SHERIDAN — Sheridan playwright Chris Browne’s play “Heart in Hand” will be performed at the WYO Theater on Feb. 1 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 2 at 2 p.m. Browne’s play centers around a young medical practitioner whose fascination with healing turns into an obsession when he meets Sarah. Sarah is a young addict who… Continue Reading

Maria Stuarda at the WYO

SHERIDAN — Donizetti’s opera “Maria Stuarda” will be shown at the WYO Theater, broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera in New York, on Jan. 19. “Maria Stuarda” is the story of Mary Stuart, also known as Mary, Queen of Scots, who lived in the 1500s. Mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato portrays the role of the doomed Mary. Continue Reading

Carroll photos on exhibit at Fulmer in January

SHERIDAN – The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library will host an exhibit by Lisa Carroll for the month of January. Carroll’s photos will hang on the Fulmer Library Mezzanine through Jan. 29 according to a press release from Fulmer Public Library. A reception for the artist is scheduled on , Jan. 8 from 4 –… Continue Reading

Trails End Museum gets festive

SHERIDAN — More than 30 volunteers gathered at the Trail End Museum on Saturday, Nov. 17 to help decorate the museum for the holidays. While the museum has relied on adult volunteers for most years, curator and assistant superintendent Sharie Prout began incorporating younger volunteers three years ago. “This the third year the kids have… Continue Reading

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