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Grace Notes - 7/5/2012
Thursday, July 5, 2012
Comments from Missoula Children's Theatre residency-production of The Secret Garden April 9-14, 2012
"A great experience to learn more about theatre from incredible actors-instructors. I love the quick turn around even though it’s a pretty intense week! Confidence and patience was learned by our daughter." the Mom of a cast member.
Comments from "Bella Gaia" March 4, 2012
"I just saw this brilliant presentation! This is a must see for all human inhabitants of Earth. We are truly in need of this modality of presentation concerning our planet! It was breathtaking." Terry G.
"The sun’s arrival this a.m. in Northern Wisconsin seemed much more meaningful after being immersed in your beautiful presentation on Sunday." Louie L.
"Thanks for a a great show!" Clint G.
"We DID enjoy the performance! My 5th grader came home with a very unique, mature, in depth view of the performance - WOW - it was more than we expected it to be. Excellent!!!" Christina B.
Other thoughts from Viewers:
"We are very pleased with the variety of good, wholesome shows the LTCA makes available to us. They are always at affordable prices. The Center itself is clean, fresh and very comfortable. Not to miss mentioning the fact that is convenient to get to. The "pick and choose" ticket sales option is wonderful." David & Carol H., Granton, Wisconsin
"When thinking about the LTCA, we marvel at the tremendous variety of entertainment and cultural events this venue affords us and the residents of this largely rural area. As seniors living in the Neillsville, Wisconsin, the LTCA gives us opportunities to partake in "big city" performances at a reasonable cost within a manageable driving distance. Without the LTCA, our options for learning, enjoying and being entertained would be diminished." Kurt & Joyce B., Neillsville, Wisconsin
"Living in Central Wisconsin can be a challenge when one thinks of cultural appreciation and experiences. The LTCA provides an excellent opportunity through its Art Gallery and Theatre. The exhibits featured in the gallery are exceptional; they are beautifully displayed and offer an array of different mediums. It is uplifting to browse (and purchase) the inspiring work of the gifted artists. A stop at the Gallery transports one to another place... perhaps the serenity of the garden depicted in a watercolor; or the relaxed feeling of being at the lake; enjoying the touch and feel of a piece of pottery. One feels the warmth generated by the fiber art pieces and appreciates the peaceful Amish culture represented in artwork and photography We are grateful to the LTCA for making all this possible in rural Wisconsin. " Carol & Steven H., Greenwood, Wisconsin
"I believe the LTCA is a wonderful addition for Spencer. I do realize the hard work it is for a few people, but I would hope it would keep going. I know I don’t get the opportunity to attend very often, but I do enjoy some of the shows. It gives me an opportunity to attend something great or funny with my sister. Good luck for another successful season in 2012 and beyond." Barbara N., Middleton, Wisconsin
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Grace Notes - Our New Project
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Welcome to our new project-- GRACE NOTES!
The LuCille Tack Center for the Arts wants to hear how the arts have made an impact on your life and your community. Whether through a memorable concert or theatrical production, a favorite art teacher, an engaging book group or a popular local musician, the arts play a very important part in everyone's life. We believe that our work at the LuCille Tack Center for the Arts brings GRACE to our community. The graceful, transformational power of the arts encourages creativity and innovation, brings healing, hope and renewal, and educates and inspires our youth. The arts bring a graceful respect to diversity, and also to wholeness. GRACE touches your inner voice; affirming your sense of wonder.
Do you have a story to share?
How has this GRACE at the LuCille Tack Center made a difference in your life?
We look forward to hearing your story and sharing it on our Web site with people throughout Wisconsin and, quite possibly, the nation. Each submission will be reviewed by the LuCille Tack Center for the Arts' Executive Committee and posted within three to four business days on the GRACE NOTES page. The most recent submissions will be viewable on this blog.
SUBMIT YOUR STORY HERE
We hope you enjoy learning more about how the arts impact our lives and our communities.
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Feel free to contact us with questions and/or comments.