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Articles by Lauren Shows :: Page 21
Sketch comedy show to debut
Eliot Cromer and Adam Zaremsky will present a sketch comedy show, “Wistful Meanderings of the Petty,” on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 23 and 24, beginning at 8 p.m. at the YS Arts Council.
An afternoon fair’s fare
At 8 a.m. on Sunday morning at the fairgrounds, there were no crowds, food booths were closed and the rides were dark and still. In the livestock buildings, however, the 180th Greene County Fair was in full swing.
Scenes from the Greene County Fair — Rabbit costume contest
Last Wednesday during the Greene County Fair was the 4-H-sponsored rabbit costume contest — in which youngsters and their pet rabbits dress in tandem, themed costumes.
Review— YSTC debuts compelling ‘Othello’
For those who don’t know, “Othello” concerns the secret machinations of the evil Iago against the titular Othello, “the Moor,” one of the few Shakespeare characters written as a person of color. This year’s Summer Shakespeare features a smaller cast and a strong group of leads.
‘Interrupted Motherhood’— The juggling act of single motherhood
For playwright and actor Felicia Chappelle, art is therapeutic — whether it’s being received or created.
Yellow Springs Theater Company’s annual Summer Shakespeare Shindig returns two weekends this month with a staging of “Othello.”
SpringsFest’s diverse line-up
The fourth annual SpringsFest will return to the village on Saturday, July 6, with 12 hours of music, craft beer and food vendors on the grounds of John Bryan Community Center.
Artist’s work graces magazine cover
The American Psychologist magazine, published by the American Psychological Association, recently featured the work of villager and artist David Battle on the cover of its May-June issue.
Fourth of July events slated
The annual Independence Day parade and fireworks are planned for Thursday, July 4.
Donations needed for fireworks display
The Odd Fellows depend on donations from the community to help cover the roughly $7,700 cost of the event.