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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | December 6, 1999
The Children's Theater Association is trying something new for its holiday production. The company, which conducts after-school classes for children ages 3-13, is mounting an adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen" that incorporates scenes scripted by children who play roles in the ensemble."
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By MARY JOHNSON and MARY JOHNSON,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 14, 2006
Anne Arundel Community College's Moonlight Troupers put on two shows each academic year that typically have been recognized for the quality of students' performance and for superior costuming and sets, also largely the product of student efforts. The Troupers hope to continue that tradition with their musical comedy adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's The Emperor's New Clothes, which opens today at 7:30 p.m. at Anne Arundel Community College's Pascal Center for the Performing Arts.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck | April 3, 2003
Ah, vanity! Hans Christian Andersen satirized the vice in his fairy tale The Emperor's New Clothes, and Jim Eiler and Jeanne Bargy made it something to sing about in their musical version of the tale, which will make its Maryland debut at Pumpkin Theatre this weekend. Roger Schulman plays the preening monarch, Tiffany Walker Porta is his wife, and Shawn Doyle and Dana Whipkey are the con men who pull the wool over the emperor's eyes (without adding a stitch of it to his wardrobe). Direction and choreography are by Todd Pearthree.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck | April 3, 2003
Ah, vanity! Hans Christian Andersen satirized the vice in his fairy tale The Emperor's New Clothes, and Jim Eiler and Jeanne Bargy made it something to sing about in their musical version of the tale, which will make its Maryland debut at Pumpkin Theatre this weekend. Roger Schulman plays the preening monarch, Tiffany Walker Porta is his wife, and Shawn Doyle and Dana Whipkey are the con men who pull the wool over the emperor's eyes (without adding a stitch of it to his wardrobe). Direction and choreography are by Todd Pearthree.
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By Karin Remesch | March 21, 1996
Cartoonist at workCheer on Cartoonists Across America's founder Phil Yeh when he paints a new cartoon mural Saturday at Borders Books and Music in Towson and meet one of his creations, "The Winged Tiger." He will also sign copies of his new book, "The Winged Tiger's World Peace Party Puzzle Book," which contains 28 new oil paintings featuring well-known places around the world.Mr. Yeh will be painting the mural from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Borders Books and Music, 415 York Road. The book's main character, "The Winged Tiger," will step off the pages from 11 a.m. to noon.
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By MARY JOHNSON and MARY JOHNSON,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 14, 2006
Anne Arundel Community College's Moonlight Troupers put on two shows each academic year that typically have been recognized for the quality of students' performance and for superior costuming and sets, also largely the product of student efforts. The Troupers hope to continue that tradition with their musical comedy adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's The Emperor's New Clothes, which opens today at 7:30 p.m. at Anne Arundel Community College's Pascal Center for the Performing Arts.
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By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,SUN STAFF | November 29, 1997
The descent into madness began in 1989. It was the year we lost control of our children, the year the oversized mitts of Mickey Mouse grabbed us by our bank accounts and refused to let go.Since then, a few parents were able to forget the madness. Through 12-step programs and the help of loyal loving friends, we were able to put 1989 behind us. Until now."The Little Mermaid" -- which in 1989 marked Disney's return to movie-animation world domination -- is back. "Only Disney. Only in theaters through Nov. 30," the chipper print ads read.
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By Tim Warren and Tim Warren,Book Editor | April 30, 1993
"TC Think fairy tales are just kid stuff -- innocuous stories that tykes can get all warm and fuzzy about? Consider the following:* In Jacksonville, Fla., the school system has banned "Snow White" for students in kindergarten through second grade after a parent complained the story gave her child nightmares. One passage that the parent particularly objected to read this way:"And when a young boar suddenly sprang into view, the hunter stabbed him, removed his lungs and liver, and brought them to the Queen.
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June 16, 1999
"I like 'The Ugly Duckling,' written by Hans Christian Andersen and made up from his life. My favorite part is when the duckling says to the three swans, 'Kill me. I would rather be dead then be beat by everybody.' Then he turned into a beautiful swan."-- Chris BannonJacksonville Elementary"I enjoy reading 'Arthur's New Puppy' by Marc Brown. In the story Arthur loved his new puppy, Pal. Pal stayed in the kitchen because he didn't like the garage. The first night, Pal yelped all night and wanted to play.
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By Stephen Hunter | December 10, 1991
The Senator Theater, that venerable icon of 1939-style picture-house beauty, has begun a Christmas Festival to carry through to the day itself.Today, the highly fanciful Danny Kaye musical bio "Hans Christian Andersen" plays with the classic 1952 adaptation of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," starring Alistair Sim, in what is considered the best film version of the story.Opening tomorrow and playing through Dec. 14 will be the Frank Capra chestnut, "It's a Wonderful Life" with James Stewart and Donna Reed.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | December 6, 1999
The Children's Theater Association is trying something new for its holiday production. The company, which conducts after-school classes for children ages 3-13, is mounting an adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen" that incorporates scenes scripted by children who play roles in the ensemble."
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By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,SUN STAFF | November 29, 1997
The descent into madness began in 1989. It was the year we lost control of our children, the year the oversized mitts of Mickey Mouse grabbed us by our bank accounts and refused to let go.Since then, a few parents were able to forget the madness. Through 12-step programs and the help of loyal loving friends, we were able to put 1989 behind us. Until now."The Little Mermaid" -- which in 1989 marked Disney's return to movie-animation world domination -- is back. "Only Disney. Only in theaters through Nov. 30," the chipper print ads read.
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By Karin Remesch | March 21, 1996
Cartoonist at workCheer on Cartoonists Across America's founder Phil Yeh when he paints a new cartoon mural Saturday at Borders Books and Music in Towson and meet one of his creations, "The Winged Tiger." He will also sign copies of his new book, "The Winged Tiger's World Peace Party Puzzle Book," which contains 28 new oil paintings featuring well-known places around the world.Mr. Yeh will be painting the mural from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Borders Books and Music, 415 York Road. The book's main character, "The Winged Tiger," will step off the pages from 11 a.m. to noon.
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By Tim Warren and Tim Warren,Book Editor | April 30, 1993
"TC Think fairy tales are just kid stuff -- innocuous stories that tykes can get all warm and fuzzy about? Consider the following:* In Jacksonville, Fla., the school system has banned "Snow White" for students in kindergarten through second grade after a parent complained the story gave her child nightmares. One passage that the parent particularly objected to read this way:"And when a young boar suddenly sprang into view, the hunter stabbed him, removed his lungs and liver, and brought them to the Queen.
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March 31, 2005
Stage Rick Shelley will present nine shows of his elaborate but very small Theatre Serenissima at the American Visionary Art Museum. Page 12 Outside The Maryland SPCA holds its annual March for the Animals fund-raiser Sunday at the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus. Page 27 Scene Humorist and NPR commentator David Sedaris will speak Sunday at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. Page 18 Family The Enoch Pratt Free Library begins a month devoted to Hans Christian Andersen and his fairy tales.
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By Jess Blumberg | December 19, 2002
What do trolls, polar bears and evil snow queens have in common? They each are the subject of a story to be read at this afternoon's winter bash at the Hampden Branch Library. "Polar Bears and Ice Queens," an event for kids ages 6 to 12, will present stories, crafts and snacks all related to wintry weather. The 45-minute program, which also expresses the values of different cultures, will kick off with the reading of three culturally varied tales. The Snow Queen by Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen is a classic fairy tale chronicling a girl's quest to rescue her friend from an evil snow queen.
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