Six million murders is a statistic we can’t truly fathom, but the killing of a teenage girl, her family and others feels far more tangible after spending even 90 minutes with them.
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Madera South High School’s play “Museum” ends with a cacophony of voices. Though I could see the actors and sense the words, I could barely pick out phrases from the flood until it eased.
Steele (Sarah Folsom) startled me when she suddenly sang lyrics from a 1969 Motown song by Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong: “War … what is it good for?
The Greatest Show on Earth is back in the Valley, and there are a few new acts that make the trip to Fresno’s Selland Arena worthwhile.
MADERA RANCHOS — A mostly empty stage backed by the silhouette of a western landscape lies before you as you sit through a five-minute orchestral overture.
“The Wedding Singer,” that campy, funny, love story, which wraps an honest-to- goodness struggle of the heart in the garb (literally) of the ’80s, has come to Madera South High School.
Madera South production opens tonight