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July 25 Symposium: Tennessee Williams

July 25 Symposium: Tennessee Williams Location: Stark 103 just off the Science Center Atrium | map As GRSF includes American classic The Glass Menagerie* into their 12th Season, join in the conversation to discuss the importance and dynamics of Tennessee Williams’ work. Featuring: Jeff Hal-Flavin (Director of the annual Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival in…
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Will Run: 28 Furlong Results!

Will Run: 28 Furlong Results! WORLD RECORD!! Below are our results for the 3rd Annual GRSF Will Run and 2nd EVER 28 Furlong! Artistic Director Doug Scholz-Carlson running across the finish line, coming in 17th place! PLACE NAME M or F TIME 1) Carter Briggs M 20:54 2) Sean Gotz M 22:52 3) Linda Williams F…
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The reviews are in!

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING “Overall, this Much Ado is really not about nothing, for there is a genuine something there. There is performance and production of high caliber; a story that constantly amuses and at times generates gales of laughter, while always maintaining a tender heart; and there is the satisfaction of things coming to an end…
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July 11 Symposium: Shakespeare On-Stage vs. On-Screen

GRSF Company Member and Video Team Leader Christopher Gerson will discuss both Romeo & Juliet and Much Ado About Nothing from the perspectives of of both videographer and stage actor. GRSF company members will do a live demonstration of how acting techniques change when performing Shakespeare live vs on camera. John Kerr (St. Mary’s University English…
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July 18: Tim Federle

GRSF is so pleased to welcome author Tim Federle to the Front Porch event line-up. Federle is an award-winning American writer and former Broadway dancer. He was born in San Mateo, California, and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His debut novel, Better Nate Than Ever, was named a New York Times Notable Book of 2013.  Five,…
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July 19: “Still Dreaming” Special Presentation with Frozen River Film Festival

Presented in partnership with another acclaimed Winona arts organization, Frozen River Film Festival, “Still Dreaming” is a documentary about a group of elderly entertainment retirees, as they mount a production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. It follows an unusual acting troupe, as they cast, rehearse and perform a Shakespearean play. The candid, open and life-affirming story…
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4th of July Front Porch: The Magna Carta (FREE!)

Celebrate the great-grandparent of our liberties, the Magna Carta, the Great Charter. This season’s Apprentice/Intern production of King John coincide with the 800th anniversary (June 15, 1215) of England’s barons forcing John to acknowledge rights and limits to power whose echo we find in our own revolution and Bill of Rights. Medieval and Renaissance documents,…
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Will’s Opening Weekend 2015

Are you ready to discover "What Love Dares" with GRSF this season? Make plans to join GRSF for their Will's Opening Weekend, or WOW festivities! On Friday, June 26, we kick off our free Concerts on the Green series with Simon Perrin featuring Dan Chouinard from 5:00-7:00 p.m. All concerts are held on the Winona State…
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