Tag Archives: Shannon Haugland

The one compliment that never fails

6-IMG_5677Sitka Community Theater brought new life to a nearly 100-year-old play in their spring performance (Friday, 3-27-15 to Sunday, 3-29-15), The Flattering Word.

An old story, ‘Flattering Word’ plays on modern sensibilities

FlatteringWordSitka Community Theater presents The Flattering Word this weekend (7PM Fri Mar 27, Sat Mar 28, and 5 PM Sun Mar 29, Sitka Performing Arts Center, $10/8 Old Harbor Books or at the door). The one-act play was written in 1915, but touches humorously on modern themes of morality in the church and theater. With producer Shannon Haugland, actor Destony Rosas, and techie Monica Ague. Downloadable audio.

Sitka Community Theater staging a 1920s play

Sitka Community Theater is holding auditions for "The Flattering Word," a 1920s one-act, and hosting Broadway Night, featuring show tune performances by local singers.

Movies in Your Mind: Radio Theater 2014

The radio theater show featured a 1950s Western, a Sherlock Holmes mystery, and four original plays by John Longenbaugh. (Mike Hicks/KCAW photo)Gather round, close your eyes and listen closely...as the Sitka Community Theater presents an evening of radio drama.

Radio Theatre auditions this week for December performance

A host of radio plays will begin production this week, including a Western, a Sherlock Holmes period piece, and four John Longenbaugh plays. Directors Megan Pasternak and Suzan Brawnlyn were joined by producer Shannon Haugland of the Greater Sitka Arts Council Community Theater to talk about the staging of stories with sound.

Broadway Night an evening of song

Shannon Haugland and Tracy Turner, with Sitka Community Theater, outline the bill for this Friday's Broadway Night fund raiser (6 PM Fri Jan 24, Odess Theater, $30 at Old Harbor Books, includes wine & hors d'ouevres). 12 performances in all.

Breaking the new American class system

Shannon Haugland, with the Sitka Film Society, discusses this Friday's screening of Inequality for All, a documentary featuring former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich. (5:30 PM Fri Jan 10, Coliseum Theater downtown, tickets $8 in advance at Old Harbor Books)