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“The 39 Steps” Lone Tree Arts Center Actor Marketing Video


StoryCatchers Media highlights The Lone Tree Arts Center’s latest production called The 39 Steps. Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of screwball comedy and you have The 39 Steps, a fast-paced whodunit for anyone who loves the magic of theatre! This Tony award-winning treat is packed with nonstop laughs, over 150 zany characters, played by a ridiculously talented cast of four. Click to hear from one of the actors who plays dozens of characters in this amazingly funny play.

Big River Rehearsal

Big River is based off the book by Mark Twain’s The adventures of Huckleberry Finn. This Tony-Award winning musical is both hilarious and heartwarming. The story sweeps down the mighty Mississippi as rebellious teenager Huck takes off on a raft with runaway slave Jim. The pair discovers a friendship that defies convention and defines the American dream as their adventure introduces them to unforgettable characters and tricky situations. The pair are challenged by their beliefs, by society, by each other, and by their circumstances as they join together to pass through the “Muddy Water” in an attempt to reach a better life.

Home for the Holidays 2013 at the Lone Tree Arts Center 

This holiday spectacular is an extravaganza not to be missed! Featuring songs from every decade, this is one holiday show the entire family can agree on. Back by overwhelming popular demand, we will see some of last year’s favorite performers as well as lots of new acts to enjoy. Expect everything from break dancing to powerful singing, from drum lines to The Jerseys as we put some magic into your holiday season.

Justin Reiter, Sochi Olympic Snowboard Racer 

Justin Reiter is ranked number one in the USA and number 5 in the world as a professional snowboarder with SG Pro team and Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Snowboard Race Team. Unlike the other racers he up against or the others on the US Snowboard Team Justin has to pay his own way through the world. This is very expensive and Justin does everything he can to pinch pennies even living in his truck while training in the US. His commitment to the sport he loves is very, very deep and he does everything he can for snowboarding, even giving back to grass route foundations like USASA. Justin is working towards wining medals for the USA in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi Russia, recently being named to the US snowboard team.

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