Articles tagged with "com community theatre"
Original play dives into history of community college
Laugh, explore College of the Mainland’s history and discover how the best-laid plans can have unexpected results in a new original comedy Nov. 3-20 at COM Community Theatre.
Summer musical returns to Roaring '20s
With big musical numbers, singing and the Charleston, “The Drowsy Chaperone" recreates the best of Broadway at College of the Mainland Community Theatre July 14-31. When the show’s narrator puts on the record to his favorite musical, the characters pop to life in his apartment.
Small-town secrets explored at COM Community Theatre
In sleepy little Second Samuel, Georgia, not much ever changes … until Miss Gertrude dies, setting off a revelation of the town’s not-so-simple secrets. Set in the late 1940s and filled with colorful characters, “Second Samuel” runs at College of the Mainland Community Theatre March 31 to April 17.
'Nunsense’ on parade at COM theatre
Take a seat and relax with toe-tapping tunes and witty wisecracks filling College of the Mainland Community Theatre’s hilarious musical spoof “Nunsense,” showing Jan. 28 to Feb. 14.
Swashbuckling workshop arms high school students for stage
Swords swooshed through the air and clanged as steel struck steel. “Save yourself!” a swashbuckler shouted to his partner.
Mishaps and mayhem fill comedy at COM
Merriment and misunderstandings ensue in “Round and Round the Garden,” a quintessential British comedy showing at College of the Mainland Community Theatre Nov. 5-22.
New COM theatre director trains in action and accents
Crossed pirate swords and Captain America’s star-emblazoned shield guard the walls of H. Russ Brown’s office.
COM student shines on and behind the stage
Playing the man behind the curtain, the Wonderful Wizard of Oz, in elementary school sparked Max Estudillo’s passion – theater.
COM theater presents “Steel Magnolias”
Set in a 1980’s beauty parlor, “Steel Magnolias,” the quintessential Southern tale of fierce friendship, will run at the College of the Mainland Community Theatre Sept. 10-27.