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Supes: Dell’Arte enriches, expands, builds community

Supes: Dell’Arte enriches, expands, builds community

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union ​HUMBOLDT – In the midst of Dell’Arte International’s five-week Mad River Festival event, Humboldt’s Board of Supervisors has honored the theater school and performance company as a cultural asset that’s inspired by – and enriches – the county’s communities. ​At their July 2 meeting, supervisors approved a resolution honoring the

Janine Volkmar Review: A love fest and great theatre in Blue Lake

Janine Volkmar Mad River Union It is difficult to write a critical review about what was so clearly a love fest at the opening night of Turning Gray Skies Blue: The Music of Timmy Gray. The Dell’Arte company celebrated Gray’s work on over 50 productions by reprising songs from many of those plays, many with

Behold the spectacular 2019 Mad River Festival

Dell’Arte International BLUE LAKE – Dell’Arte International has been bringing original entertainment to local, national and international audiences for over four decades. As one of a handful of rural, professional ensemble theatres in the United States, Dell’Arte is internationally recognized for its unique contribution to American theatre and is proud to call Humboldt home!  At

Jeff DeMark’s ‘Writing My Way Out of Adolescence’ – ‘It changes, it evolves, it’s elastic’

Janine Volkmar Mad River Union BLUE LAKE – Jeff DeMark will perform his one-man show, Writing My Way Out of Adolescence, for the 89th time on Father’s Day, June 17 at 2 p.m.in the Pierson Big Tent as part of the Mad River Festival in Blue Lake. It may be the last time, but I don’t

Dell’Arte, Mad River Union to tell your ‘Stories in the Tent’

Dell’Arte International BLUE LAKE – Dell’Arte International, in collaboration with the Mad River Union, puts out a call for stories from the residents of Humboldt County. From those submitted, five stories will be chosen and adapted by five actor-creators from the Dell’Arte Company and performed at Stories in the Tent at the 28th Annual Mad

Humboldt Can Help: Blue Lake brings it home for Puerto Rico

Janine Volkmar Mad River Union BLUE LAKE – We read the news or see it on television and it’s horrific. Puerto Rico was devastated by Hurricane Maria in September and 1.2 million people are still without potable water and many without electricity. But talking with former Dell’Arte International students from Puerto Rico about the situation

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