Monthly Archives: October 2011

Oct 25th

2011

Student crafts scenes of ‘Drood’

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East Ridge High School senior Joe Johnson has taken on the role of set designer for East Ridge High School’s production of “The Mystery of Edwin Drood.” The role means Johnson is responsible for designing and painting the entire set for the production. (Credit, Amber Kispert-Smith)

Read the full story at the Woodbury Bulletin

Oct 17th

2011

Ticket Delivery Notice

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Due to an unforseen issue, we have been unable to mail out tickets yet. If you chose for your tickets to be mailed to you, please know that you will be receiving them in the next week or so. If you have any questions, please email store@theloftstage.com. We appreciate your understanding as we work resolve the issue.

Jimmy Stocco III
Technical Director
The Loft Stage at ERHS

Oct 17th

2011

2011 Halloween Theatre Volunteer Event at Tartan Park

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Pictures from the LoftPAC volunteer event at Tartan Park

 

 

Oct 17th

2011

Setting the Stage at East Ridge

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East Ridge senior Joe Johnson is heading up the set design for the high school’s upcoming performance of The Mystery of Edwin Drood. It’s the first time a student has been in charge of that aspect of a student play at East Ridge. (Credit Kris Janisch)

Read the full story at the Woodbury Patch

Oct 2nd

2011

An Evening of Inspiration and Learning

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Community Ed. Holocaust Event

Holocaust Survivor and Author Anita Dittman Shares Her Inspiring Story of Survival & Hope

Monday, October 17th
6:30pm – 8:00pm
The Loft Stage at ERHS

Anita Dittman was just a little girl when the winds of Hitler and Nazism began to blow through Germany. By the time she was 12, the war had begun. Abandoned by her father when he realized the price of being associated with a Jewish wife and family, Anita and her mother were ultimately left to fend for themselves. Anita’s teenage years were spent desperately fighting for survival, yet learning to trust the One she discovered would not leave her. Anita’s book, “Trapped in Hitler’s Hell” is described as “shocking and disturbing, yet hopeful and inspiring … an incredible story you will never forget.”

For more information, please see the flyer from Community Education.