Jamie Laval and Ashley Broder

by Jane Belden

November 10th Jamie Laval and Ashley Broder played to an audience of approximately 150 patrons at the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center on a Friday night.

The Weir

by Jane Belden

Shasta College's first touring production to the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center seems to have been a success. The experience for them warranted a future return to Weaverville for another visit to this venue.

Boo

by Jane Belden

At the beginning of the week I went to see the High School production of "Boo, Thirteen Scenes from Halloween" by Pat Cook, held at the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center on Monday night.

W;t

by Jane Belden

In an essay on John Donne, T.S. Eliot writes "With sincerity in a practical sense, poetry has little to do; the poet is responsible to a much more difficult consciousness and honesty. And it is because of this honesty, because he is so often expressing his genuine whole of tangled feelings, that Donne is, like the early Italians, like Heine, like Baudelaire, a poet of the world's literature."p

In "W;t" we find Vivian Bearing, PH.D...

The DooWah Riders

by Jane Belden

Earlier in the week The DooWah Riders came riding into town in their big bus to perform on Wednesday night.

1st Annual Fiddle Contest

by Jane Belden

Saturday morning the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center came to life with the gathering of 42 fiddlers and their entourage of musicians and family to compete in the First Annual Fiddling Competition.

Nick Palance - A Wonderful Tenor

by Jane Belden


"Bravo! Bravo! Encore Encore!" the crowd shouted as Nick Palance left the Stage.

The Pirates of Penzance

by Jane Belden


June 7, I went to see the Pirates of Penzance. It was a full house at the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center and it was the first school performance to be held there.

The Fantasticks

by Jane Belden


The Fantasticks closed on Friday night May 19 to an audience of ninty seven and the cast celebrated with a party in the foyer of the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center.

Alastair Fraser and Natalie Haas

by Jane Belden

March 25 was a red letter day for the Trinity Players as they prepared for the promised performance of Aliatair Fraser and Natalie Haas in the Trinity Alps performing Arts Center. This performance was sponsored by The Trinity Players, Inc., Trinity Arts Council and Drew Franklin.