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20 years of memories from Change of Pace Productions

There was the time during “Beehive” when one of the actors was taken away by ambulance between Act I and Act II.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/13/2014

Duo behind Duluth's Change of Pace Productions to retire from dinner theater

Twenty years ago, Tim and Peggy White kicked off a new dramatic venture with a musical that considered a fictitious couple’s 50 years of marriage.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/13/2014

Review: Matuszak stunning in 'Macbeth' - no joke

Brian Matuszak is not a man easily parted from his Rubber Chicken Theater T-shirt. The comedic actor with the comedic theater company favors localized humor and funny voices. So the person who decided he should play the darkest character in one of Shakespeare’s darkest plays was either a visionary - or crossing her fingers super hard.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/08/2014

Live painting lends a backdrop to Northland church service

Paul Oman was set up to paint a dinner theater backdrop on a 13-by-13-foot canvas at a Bible camp in his hometown when the production’s choir began rehearsing.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/08/2014

Comic actor explores his dark side in ‘Macbeth’

He’s the guy wearing a chicken-shaped hat in his Duluth Budgeteer News column photo. He convinced Duluth Mayor Don Ness to dance Gangnam Style for a sketch in his theater company’s holiday revue. He’s a wide-eyed caricature and a rubber-limbed physical comedian.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/06/2014

Traveling troupe creates comedy on the spot

Say you’re on a stage and your scene mate has her arms cradling a fictitious bundle and she asks you, “Sweetie, can you watch the baby for a minute? I have to go to the bathroom.”

Duluth News Tribune, 03/06/2014

A&E Notes: Art ideas sought for Grand Chalet at Spirit Mountain

Attention artists: What would you do to artistically enhance a ski area?

Duluth News Tribune, 03/06/2014

PBS North documentary looks back to yesterday’s Iron Range

“Train engine turns turtle,” according to a headline in the July 5, 1916, edition of the Hibbing Daily Tribune.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/03/2014

‘Triple threat’ guitarist is ready for the spotlight

The video for Lindsay Ell’s debut single has the country star barefoot and still wearing her pajamas as she rips rock-like at her guitar and sings about a new love. This might not be fiction — at least the guitar part. Ell plays in Duluth tonight, opening for The Band Perry.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/01/2014

5 seasons, 100 shows: ‘The PlayList’ spotlights regional artists

Ninety-nine episodes ago, Karen Sunderman found herself with a unique vantage point. She was on stage at Pizza Luce behind a bearded bluegrass band that hadn’t quite busted out to Letterman level.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/27/2014

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