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Rent succeeds despite technical flaws

I was surprised when I heard that the NCC theater was performing “Rent”. John Larson’s venerable musical is not easy on actors with difficult songs, tightly choreographed dancing and a run time of nearly three hours. Despite the difficulty, the NCC production of Rent is a solid outing, albeit with some technical flaws. “Rent” which…

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NCC Theater staging great season

  Action, intrigue, scandal and revenge are some of the ingredients of this year’s theater season at NCC, with an eclectic selection of shows that include a critically acclaimed rock opera and a legendary tragedy.   “We’re looking forward to an exciting theater season at NCC,” says Theater professor Bill Mutimer, director of the first…

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Angels in America to be Staged at NCC

Angels in America: The Millennium Approaches, by Tony Kushner, will be staged on April 11, 12 and 13 at 7:30 p.m. and on April 14 at 3:00 p.m. at Northampton Community College’s Lipkin Theatre, Kopecek Hall, Main Campus, 3835 Green Pond Road, Bethlehem Township.   Described as a “gay fantasia on national themes,” the play…

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NCC to hold Poetry Day

FROM THE COLLEGE   Acclaimed poet Jimmy Santiago Baca will visit NCC for its annual Len Roberts Poetry Day reading on Thursday, April 11, with programs at the Main and Monroe campuses.   Baca learned to read and write in prison, transforming himself into an internationally known author, activist, motivator, teacher and “poet of the…

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