The New play at the Center for performing Arts called The Quilters, captures the hearts of women. Why? Because it is adapted from a slender book of oral history by Patricia Cooper and Norma Bradley Allen, this show means to celebrate those hearty pioneer women who turned a domestic craft into a spirited native form of autobiographical art. A Powerful story that weaves together very different but highly meaningful stories from a pioneer woman, Sarah, and six women, who are called her daughters. The story and characters of “Quilters” reflect the values of an 18th century life. The show contains a continuous flood of incidents - births, baptisms, adoptions, marriages, deaths, natural disasters. Throughout the play, the audience experiences different emotions: laughter, fear, sympathy, horror, joy, understanding, acceptance, concern... Through all these characters in the pioneer women story, the audience is made to feel the intimate touch of difficulties and joys of that time. Casting can truly make or break a project. And concerning The Quiters was made incredibly good case decision. Kristy Dallas, Susan McCaughey, Kim Shroyer, Mikayla Bullman, Carolyn Clark, Janie Sutton and Jane Van Dyk are very talented and blessed actresses. The director is Gary Treglown, he is a current volunteer at Nova and also jk serves as manager of the costume shop. Assistant Director is Lynn DeBree Al The band: Kathy McLain, Alicia Thomanson and Karen Hudak. The crew Dan Nickerson, Cy Ellerd and Debra Gloor. So this is really the best show of the last winter.
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Best Art Event of February: The Quilters of NOVA
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The New play at the Center for performing Arts called The Quilters, captures the hearts of women. Why? Because it is adapted from a slender book of oral history by Patricia Cooper and Norma Bradley Allen, this show means to celebrate those hearty pioneer women who turned a domestic craft into a spirited native form of autobiographical art. A Powerful story that weaves together very different but highly meaningful stories from a pioneer woman, Sarah, and six women, who are called her daughters. The story and characters of “Quilters” reflect the values of an 18th century life. The show contains a continuous flood of incidents - births, baptisms, adoptions, marriages, deaths, natural disasters. Throughout the play, the audience experiences different emotions: laughter, fear, sympathy, horror, joy, understanding, acceptance, concern... Through all these characters in the pioneer women story, the audience is made to feel the intimate touch of difficulties and joys of that time. Casting can truly make or break a project. And concerning The Quiters was made incredibly good case decision. Kristy Dallas, Susan McCaughey, Kim Shroyer, Mikayla Bullman, Carolyn Clark, Janie Sutton and Jane Van Dyk are very talented and blessed actresses. The director is Gary Treglown, he is a current volunteer at Nova and also jk serves as manager of the costume shop. Assistant Director is Lynn DeBree Al The band: Kathy McLain, Alicia Thomanson and Karen Hudak. The crew Dan Nickerson, Cy Ellerd and Debra Gloor. So this is really the best show of the last winter.
Johnson’s Billings News
Art
Hosted by Johnson Computing
They are read.  We are Quoted!!!
Best Art Event of February: The Quilters of NOVA