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ALICE IN WONDERLAND AUDITION INFO AND SCENES

The ETC production of Alice in Wonderland is scheduled for two weekends in June: Thursday through Sunday, June 9-12, and Thursday through Saturday, June 16-18. The play requires a cast of twenty to fifty middle and high school aged young adults and some adults.

Directors for the play are Phil Warner and Mike Clay, with Dan Hoffmann as artistic director, Jeremy Westin lighting designer, Larry Warner publicity director, and Roger Thorp Theater Manager.

Auditions for the play are at the ETC Theater downstairs on
Thursday February 25 from 6pm to 9pm, and Saturday February 27 from 9pm until noon.

All middle school and high school males and females, as well as a handful of adults, are welcome to try out.
Alice Audition Info and Scenes...




BBQ and Bluegrass featuring The Stringsmiths
Saturday, February 27 6pm BBQ, 7pm Show

On Feb. 27, ETC will present some hot music for a cold night in our second annual Barbecue & Bluegrass event. The Stringsmiths, our local bluegrass group, will play after a pulled-pork dinner served by Vickie Komarek, owner of Peter & Annie's World Market. Tickets are $20 for the dinner and concert and $10 for the concert only. Dinner is at 6 p.m., and the concert begins at 7. Last year's B&B was a full house. If you want to reserve tickets, call Peter & Annie's at 715-822-9959.







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Handicap accessible restroom project update

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November 10, 2015
Ground Breaking on the new bathroom.



October 12, 2015
We are very excited about our handicap accessible restroom plan which will result in a larger deck in front of the building. This will enable everyone to use the existing main front door. It will also provide an outdoor performance area for summer concerts and events. Inside, the former "crying room" off the entry will be turned into a handicap accessible restroom. Last week we picked up our building permit so we are ready to begin construction. The people from Diggers Hotline marked the underground utilities and nothing interferes with our plan. We hope to get footings poured this fall so construction can continue during the cold weather and our project could be completed by spring. We feel confident that the generous people of Cumberland have contributed a sufficient amount of money so that the basic plan can be completed. We are still accepting donations which would allow us to add tile to the walls and improve our existing deck and outdated electrical.






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PO Box 191
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