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Every theatergoer knows the power of a good story and how it can transport the audience to another time and another place. It’s easy to focus on the actors that bring these stories to life, but what about the work that takes place behind the scenes?

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NorthStar Arts will host auditions from 6:30-9 p.m. Feb. 19 and 21 for the family classic “Annie” in the Elk River High School Little Theater, 900 School St. NW. Enter Door H off of Jackson Avenue for a chance to be part of the cast.

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The smart and beautiful young Ella lives in the care of her wicked, self-absorbed stepmother Madame and Madame’s two daughters, Charlotte and Gabrielle. Ella’s only friends in the world are the animals in the woods, “crazy Marie” and the revolutionary student Jean-Michel. Meanwhile in anothe…

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Many kids dream of being on stage. For elementary and middle school students in Elk River, that dream can be a reality right here at Elk River High School.

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Entertainers of every age are encouraged to put their talents before a live audience by taking part in the talent contest at the Sherburne County Fair in Elk River on July 21. Prizes are awarded to the top three winners of each category.

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Spectrum High School theater students will be throwing it back to the late 1950s with an upcoming production of the “Happy Days” musical at 7 p.m. on both Friday, April 20 and Saturday, April 21, at the high school. There also will be a 2:30 p.m. showing on Sunday, April 22.

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Zimmerman High School received second place at the 7AA subsectional one-act competition in Princeton on Jan. 27. As a result the drama team advanced to Sections to be held Feb. 3 at Elk River High School.

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Members of the cast and crew of Rogers High School’s production of “The Little Mermaid” were nominated for Awards from Spotlight Education, a program run by Hennepin Theatre Trust, where the Twin Cities theatrical program evaluates overall performances, technicians, actors, pit orchestras an…

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By: Jared HinesContributing Writer Erik Saxton was sitting with his bass guitar in a practice room at McNally Smith College of Music when he decided to take a quick break to check his email. The 2017 Rogers High School graduate attended the St. Paul school on a scholarship, looking to finish…

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Handmade dolls, holiday decorations and jewelry items are just a sampling of what you could find at this year’s annual installment of the Elk Pride Craft Bazaar.