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
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They are read.  We are Quoted!!!
  Best Art Event of February: The Quilters of NOVA