Give them your money, all that you got! Fork it on over— or some puppets will get shot! And you don’t want these adorable, hand-crafted, furry little monsters and non-monsters to be obliterated before you get a chance to see them sing and dance their way into your squishy little emotional heart, do you? Give them your money, give them your money, give them your gosh-darn money!! By going to The Highwood Theatre and seeing Avenue Q!
There is a universe of people outside and you’re responsible for it. A profound life learning lesson, far deeper than the simple application of the butterfly effect. In a time-honored American dramatic classic, The Students’ Theatre of The Highwood Theatre bring an all-student production of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons to the stage and it nothing short of phenomenal. Directed by Christopher Brown, this evocative and gripping drama in three acts spins the story of the aftermath of war— the lesser acknowledged All-American struggle that all too often accompanies that coveted All-American dream.
Variety is the spice of life. An American aperitif, an Italian main course, and a German dessert, who could choose? But what if one didn’t have to? What if the proverbial cake could be had and eaten too? And all thanks to the singular brilliance of the time tables, the airline timetables that is. Three fiancés, one hedonistic bachelor, his neurotic friend, and a fed-up French maid surely spells disaster. Don’t panic. It simply means Boeing Boeing is taking flight at The Highwood Theatre.