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Record, Reporter '//(~dne'Aay. Nov 7 2001 13B I I :1 teach!,, These are the relationships" means a fight school children comes to to greet attrac- between kids; and "It haslife. Barrett. come to my attention" Directed by Chris a special excite- means you're in trouble. O'Brien, last year's Quincy Walking into the Soon Sylvia finds herselfHigh School producer, stu- Pty classroom and the most involved person in dents have the opportunity writing her school--involved in- the to experience a different on the blackboard, start of a romance with tel- style of directing, and Terry into the class- low teacher Paul (Billy Ogle) Gallagher takes on the role cautious, testing, and in a near war with a dis- of producer. Simultaneous- cipline-over-everything ad- Showtime is 7:30 p.m. in e's a blizzard of pa- ministrator (Megan Wal- the QHS theater, Nov. 15, 16 warnings, contra- lace), and 17. and indeci- But most of all, she is in- Tickets are $6 for general instructions, volved in the unexpected,admission and $5 for QHS c, Sylvia (played by sometimes heartbreaking students with a student body begins to fear problems of her students,card. Seating is limited, so it even understand like Joe Ferone (Nick is recommended that you lguage. An experi- Stentzel) and Alice (Lindsay get your tickets early. Bea Schacter Davis). Gallagher reminds us that translates: A critic said of this show, this is the drama club's file in numerical "Seldom has a humorous biggest fund-raiser for the means throw in work been at the same time yearly Ashland trip, so come 'asket; "Let it be a so important." out and support QHS. ge" means you're Set in New York City, theTickets are on sale at The it; "interpersonal problems of all American Bookshelf and Carey Candy. SYlvia Bennett Riddle) is at her desk, while (Michelle Ju- eads a letter mr during re- for "Up the ." The School se- tla class will the classic through Nov. 15-17. Photos by Debra Coates Quincy High School drama student Darren Beatty strikes an accusing pose during rehearsals for "Up the Down Staircase." meet Nov. The Plumas Audubon Soci- ety is sponsoring their sec- ond program in their 2001- 2002 program series with a "'Share a Story Night--in Celebration of the Wonders of Nature and Our Part In It." It will be held at the Quincy Library meeting room this evening, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m. Instead of a lecture presen- tation, young and old are in- vited to come and share a fa- vorite story of something he or she experienced in na- ture.--you know, that experi- ence that makes you tingle all over when you think about it, and makes your heart beat with extra life. We all have them. It can be as seemingly in- significant as watching a but- terfly break out of its cocoon, or as looming as taking a break from a job and seeing a cougar pass by. Whatever your age, whatever your walk of life, rancher, biolo- gist, hunter, student, gold panner, retiree, lumber worker, recreationist, you probably have a story that is in need of being heard. RENO SHOW Reno Hilton Nov. 30, Dec. 1, 2 6uns/Knh / Cowboy/ZndU= krnmu.mon/eoo Fd-,S Sun Open to PuMlc U 15 Under FREE 775-828-2350 II Now playing thru Thursday, Nov. 8 las County Arts W. Mojave's work reflects dark stormy night, with a do- mance will allow Cawley to Welcomes you allon our place in the natural bro in his hand. He is a talent- step out front. He might even busy summer of and spiritual order of things, ed multi-instrumentalist who bring a few friends to back next Words & His work has been featured in plays bass, mandolin, and gui- him up for a change. |lrlg Thunder a variety of Northern Califor- tar--both dobro and straight. The featured presentation Nov. 15, in nia publications, among them He has played in western is followed by an "open mike" open at 7 the 2001 and 2002 Plumas swing, rock-a-billy and con- section, where new and famil- ! artist County Arts Commission cal- tra-cowboy-cajun slamgrass iar artists are encouraged to beginning endars. A writer for the bands for over 30 years, share their work with a very No-host greater part of his life, he has For the last 12 years, Caw- receptive audience. Any indi- libations will been an active open mike par- ley has been a significant as- vidual or group interested in Perfor- ticipant and featured poet in a set in a variety of musical presenting an original song, evening will variety of locations in the groups in our region, among poem or reading during this by W. Mojave Northwest. them the Post Industrial portion is encouraged to sign Cawley. Ken Cawley was born on a String Band and the Wild up at the door early in the Turkey Likkers. evening. He has also been devotingWords & Music is brought his talents to working with lo- to audiences countywide by cal singer/songwriters, in- the Plumas County Arts Com- cluding Joe Tomaselli, and mission. For more informa- most recently, with Corinne. tion, call 283-3402. Thursday evening's perfor- Playing Friday, Nov. 9 thru Thurs., Nov. 15 Nightly 7 pm Friday & Saturday 7 & 9:15 pm UP!" ii yill " Photo submitted rlil be reading poetry at tim llll un- e Photon Ban All the way from the SatUrday Night Nov. 17th 284-0879 l'Iighway 89 Crescent MiIN bar & grill at Plumas Pines Golf Resort Dance to the Trash Gordon Band Saturday, November 10th Music Starts at 9:00 pm $3/person or $5/couple cover No cover for dinner guests 402 Poplar Valley Rd. - Blairsden, CA For more information, call (530) 836-1111 PIXAR MOtM~y Ladies Night 2 for $9.00 A Wednesday Couples' Night 2 for $850 I" Adults ............. $6.00 [OPEN Children ............ $4.00 I7 DAYS Students & AWEEK Seniors ............ $5.00 iii non-profit corporation email: 283-1140 469 Main St., Quincy, CA bringing entertainment to the community.