MAC Center for the Arts Hosts Behind the Curtain
OnFriday, September 5, from 5-7 p.m., MAC Center for the Arts will host the event «
Have you ever wondered what it takes to put on a play or a full-scale stage production? Join the team behind the resident theatre company of the Haskell Opera House, QNEK Productions, for a look behind the curtain; an interactive discussion on creating an entire season of theatre and everything that comes with it. From inspiration to applause, you’ll know exactly what it takes to put on a theatrical event the next time you sit down to enjoy one. This event is led by QNEK Founder and Artistic Managing Director Lynn Leimer and Associate Director Susan-Lynn Johns.
The event is free but donations are appreci-
Queen Street was packed with pedestrians, last Saturday, for Lennoxville’s 5th Annual Street Festival.
Aboutfive thousand turned out for the Lennoxville Borough’s annual Street Festival, held last Saturday all along Queen Street. “We had sixty-seven kiosks, local merchants, artisans and local organizations, all along the street,” said Emilie Durocher, in charge of recreation for the Borough. “The musicians were really appreciated by everyone and so were the pretend police officers who were going around giving pretend tickets to people,” she added. There was also a huge garage sale, inflatable games for the kids and lots of food and refreshments.
Behind the Curtain -- Producing On Stage for the Theatre Lover.”