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Gallery Theatre Lineup
Grammy Predictions BY TOMMY DOUGLASS managing editor
The Bruin January 23, 2019
Gallery Theatre recently celebrated its 50th anniversary where they announced their 2019 season. On the mainstage, they are showing some well known shows such as The Addams Family (showing March 2019), Newsies (showing September 2019), and Beauty and the Beast (November/December 2019). In the arena, you can catch It’s Only A Play (January/ February 2019, recommended for ages 17+), Peter and the Starcatcher ( April/May 2019), The Graduate (July/August 2019), and Swimming in the Shallows (October/ November 2019). So how does Gallery come up with such a great selection? Seth Renne, the theatre manager, said, “There is a play selection committee, and they WIKIPEDIA go through and read a bunch of plays. We like to choose shows that have a wide age range so we can get people of all ages involved, especially teenagers. They are the future of the theatre.” The first play is Peter and The Starcatcher. It’s about an orphan boy that turns into Peter Pan. This show is adapted from Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson’s novels. This play, “playfully explores the depths of creed and despair…” as stated on the Gallery Theatre website. This is also a show about friendship and relying on
each other. The Graduate is a play about everyone’s nightmare: graduating and having no plan for what you want to do. Benjamin Braddock lives this for everyone, but ends up in a situation that none hope to encounter: having an affair with an older married women, and falling in love with her daughter. The show Swimming in the Shallows, which is a romantic comedy between a group of best friends. A character named Barb in the show finds out Buddhist Monks in Thailand own limited amount of things and wonders if she could do that. She trying to get rid of her stuff but her husband named Bob keeping giving her more stuff. A girl named Donna wants a character named Carla Carla to marry her, but Carla Carla has a problem with Donna smoking. Finally, in a confusing twist with a young gay man named Nick, who ends up dealing with a new, unexpected relationship. Finally the last show of the year is, Beauty and the Beast. It is about Belle, a book loving gal who ends up replacing her father in the hands of the beast.
We Three Worldwide
Local band We Three goes worldwide following America’s Got Talent BY CAROLINA ELIAS JUAREZ writer We Three, the well-known sibling trio from Oregon that made an appearance on Americas Got Talent, had announced the drop of their first debut album on Dec 14, 2018. On Nov. 29, they had an album launch party at the Crystal Ballroom in Portland. The album consists of thirteen songs, the entire album lasting about forty seven minutes. Some of the songs include Lifeline, Heaven’s Not too Far, Fall For You, Makeup, and So They Say. With 134k followers on Instagram and 43,993 monthly listeners on Spotify, We Three fans all over the world are excited for their new debut album. Comments regarding the new debut album are very clearly present on their recent and newest posts. We Three takes time out of their day to respond to questions like when the album will be on Spotify and whether it’ll be sold in other parts of the world.
We Three mentioned being able to pre-order their album on their Instagram (@WeThreeMusic) and not doing physical copies of their album quite yet, as mentioned in a comment. Their album was released on Spotify Dec. 14 and is now available to stream or buy around the world. WIKIPEDIA
Album of the Year: Drake - Scorpion Record of the Year: Drake - God’s Plan Song of the Year: Childish Gambino - This is America Best New Artist: H.E.R. Best Pop Solo Performance: Ariana Grande - God is a Woman Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: Maroon 5 ft. Cardi B - Girls Like You Best Pop Vocal Album: Ariana Grande - Sweetener Best Rap Performance: Travis Scott - Sicko Mode Best Rap/Sung Album: Post Malone ft. 21 Savage Rockstar Best Rap Song: Travis Scott, Drake, Big Hawk & Swae Lee - Sicko Mode Best Rap Album: Travis Scott - Astroworld Best R&B Performance: The Carters - Summer Best Traditional R&B Performance: Leon Bridges - Bet Ain’t Worth the Hand Best R&B Song: Ella Mai - Boo’d Up Best Urban Contemporary Album: The Carters - Everything is Love Best R&B Album: H.E.R. - H.E.R. Best Comedy Album: Dave Chappelle - Equanimity & the Bird Revelation Best Song Written for Visual Media: Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper - Shallow Best Recording Package: BTS - Love Yourself: Tear Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Kanye West Best Music Video: Childish Gambino - This is America
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McMinnville High School