Archive for October, 2010

The Halloween Countdown Has Begun!

October 25, 2010

The Performer Studio Halloween at Midvale Main Street TheatreHalloween Concert This Saturday!

The Performer Studio, under the care of Kait Kingston-Eckman, will be performing at the Midvale Main Street Theatre on Saturday, October 30th, at 2:00 p.m, giving you something new and adventurous to begin your Halloween festivities!

The band, Light Vizion, released a new CD earlier this year and will also be performing at this show!

There will be singing, dancing, laughing, chanting, and…spooking! So, bring it on! Let’s make this a Halloween to remember!

The Midvale Main Street Theatre kitchen will be open with all sorts of treats plus hot dogs, chili dogs, hoagie sandwiches, navajo taco’s, pretzels, popcorn, etc. So come ready to make a day of celebrating with the Midvale Main Street Theatre House Ghosts!


Quick Wits…Funny, funny, funny!

October 24, 2010

We just finished up our 4th show with the Comedy Improv group, Quick Wits. Just like their name implies, they kept us on the edge of our seats with wild anticipation for what may come up next! Quick Wits has joined the Midvale Main Street Theatre with a very cooperative schedule to give us something really fun to do on a weekend night. This is not your regular group of stand-up comedians (though I’m sure they are terrific at that, too). Quick Wits splits into teams and literally competes to “out-do” the other team, pushing the comedy edge into true comic genius.

Quick Wits will perform at the Midvale Main Street Theatre every Friday and Saturday night beginning at 10:00 p.m. Ticket prices are extremely affordable at $8.00 a seat (and a $2.00 discount per ticket for Seniors and Students) payable at the door the night of each performance.


Alice In Wonderland Rocked!

October 20, 2010

We recently had a group named Titus Productions produce and perform a rendition of Alice in Wonderland at the Midvale Main Street Theatre. This was a great piece of Community Theatre that added so many new faces to our stage. These delightful performances were a musical parody using modern ballads and rock music to emphasize the emotional twists of the story.

The creative story modifications were from the brilliance of Director/Producer Jake Andersen and we look forward to more productions from this group in the near future.