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Young Musicians Showcase features original works from the 21-and-under set

If you’ve ever wished you could have seen your favorite musical act “before they got big,” you may want to check this out. The Young Musicians Showcase will featu ...

It’s rabbit season: ‘Harvey’ opens on the State Theatre stage

Social drinking and mental health treatment. Hot button issues that need to be addressed? Not today. Instead, we’re going to look at them from a 1940s sensibility, when Cha ...

There’s no mistaking Take Note Troupe's passion

Charlie Chaplin will never be confused with William Shakespeare, but when you look at the latter’s “Comedy of Errors,” considered one of his most farcical works, ...

True-life story of survival

AUBURN JOURNAL PHOTO A showing of the World War II story of survival “Unbroken” at Auburn’s State Theatre provides an opportunity for a pre-Memorial Day talk on ...

All Those Years Ago ... from the pages of the Auburn Journal, May 20 and 27, 1965

‘Meter maid’ to replace popular city patrolman City manager Robert K. Rogers announced this week that he plans to recruit a woman to mete out parking tickets, thus re ...

Reader Input: ‘Calendar Girls’ inspires awe

I am a visitor to Auburn from Philadelphia and was invited to attend the local performance of the hit play “Calendar Girls” which is now at the State Theatre. I have ...

'Calendar Girls' brings writer to tears, laughter

An extraordinary production of Tim Firth’s play “Calendar Girls,” going on now at State Theatre, is billed as dazzlingly funny, shamelessly sentimental and utterl ...

Meals, music and imagination making a splash in Auburn

First came the Think Auburn First Chamber promotion, encouraging us to shop here. Now there’s Dine Auburn First. Coordinator Kathleen Shaffer asked me to tell you about the p ...

The Floyd welcomes audience to the machine

More than 300 Pink Floyd fans filled the State Theatre on Saturday, April 11, to see The Floyd, a multi-media, family-friendly rock ’n’ roll experience, complete with l ...

Jack Gallagher's comedy is for – and from – the everyman

When Jack Gallagher decided to name his live act, he chose a line from a Pete Townsend song. And since his comedy show does not contain the element of pathos that his one-man plays ...