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Cash on Delivery Opens September 4 on the Old Creamery’s Main Stage PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Lily Allen-Duenas   
Thursday, 28 August 2014 13:54

Amana- Cash on Delivery, opens September 4 and runs through September 28 on the Old Creamery’s Main Stage, with shows on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays at 2:00 pm and on Fridays and Saturday nights at 7:30 pm.

When con man Eric decides to get out of the scam business, things come unglued as the tenants he made up in order to collect government money, take on a life of their own. Throw in a social worker, a couple’s therapist, a grief counselor, a mortician, an unknowing fiancée and a worried wife and you have the perfect formula for hilarity in this fast-paced Michael Cooney comedy full of BIG laughs!

The cast includes Katie Colletta, David Q. Combs, Keegan Christopher, Jeff Haffner, Mike Long, Jackie McCall, Sean McCall, Thomasin Savaiano, Marquetta Senters, and Michael Sheridan. The director is Tom Schwans and the stage manager is Briana M. Maxwell.

Tickets are $28 for adults and $18.50 for students. Cash on Delivery is Rated PG. Sponsored by Capper Auto Group. Media Sponsors are City Revealed Magazine and KKRQ. Call the box office for tickets and information 319-622-6262 or visit us online at www.oldcreamery.com.

 
Scott County Zoning Board of Adjustment August 27th PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Brian McDonough   
Friday, 22 August 2014 15:38
AUGUST 27, 2014

First Floor Board Room

Scott County Administrative Center

600 West Fourth Street

Davenport, IA 52801

4:00 P.M.

AGENDA

1. Call to order

2. Approval of Minutes: July 23, 2014 meeting

3. Public Hearing – Variance – Jay and Jean Semsch (applicants): Request for a front yard variance to allow a new 24’ x 27’ accessory pole building to be constructed on an existing concrete slab, and being located adjacent to the road right-of-way at 1678 260th Street, Part of the SW1⁄4 SE1⁄4, Liberty Township.

Public Hearing Procedure:

a. Chairman reads notice of public hearing.

b. Director reviews case.

c. Applicant/Representative speaks on behalf of request.

d. Public may ask questions or make comments.

e. Director makes staff recommendation.

f. Applicant may respond to comments and/or recommendation.

g. Board members may ask questions.

h. Chairman closes the public portion of the hearing. (No more comments from public or applicant.)

i. Discussion period to determine justification for decision.

j. Board members move to accept, reject, or modify request.

k. Final vote. Case closed. Three members of the Board constitute a quorum. The concurring vote of three members of the Board shall be necessary to reverse any decision or determination of the zoning administrator or to decide in favor of an application for a variance or conditions for a special use permit. The Board of Adjustment is “quasi-judicial” and not a recommending body. Therefore, any appeals to their decisions should be filed with District Court within 30 days of the meeting.

Please turn off or silence all cell phones and other electronic devices

 
The reviews are in: 'Art' is a smash hit! PDF Print E-mail
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Written by QC Theatre Workshop   
Friday, 22 August 2014 09:36

This time, we're just going to let the reviews speak for themselves...

"Hysterical...smart, stylish, satisfying""A tumultuous, thrilling, laugh-out-loud theatrical roller-coaster ride" -Jonathan Turner, The Dispatch-Argus

"A meaningful and utterly entertaining lesson in human relationships" "My partner and I were in almost-constant fits of giggling"-Thom White, The River Cities' Reader

"Wickedly smart and viciously funny" "Violently hilarious and intelligent, a blank slate of relationships awaiting your indulgence and interpretation" -Sean Leary, The Quad-City Times

Reserve your seats by emailing This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it letting them know which performance, which date, and number of seats requested.

 
Jeremiah Johnson Band @ Burlington Capitol Theater Sept 27 & 28 $10 ticket PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Terry Arellano   
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 13:05
Saturday September 27 @ 8 pm $10 tickets
Sunday September 28 @ 12 Noon Free Sunday Blues Brunch
All tickets to Sept 27 show entitle bearer to early admission and guaranteed seating to Sept 28 show.
Tickets - order or purchase at Capitol Theater box office or Weird Harold's on Jefferson in downtown Burlington.
Burlington Capitol Theater
211 N 3rd Street
Burlington, IA 52601
Home page of the Jeremiah Johnson Band

 
Great News about who is funding our new programs; The Nutcracker Auditions plus meet Corey Mangum! PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Joedy Cook   
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 12:36
Thank you to our genenous foundations:
  • $15,000 from The Riverboat Development
    Authority for our Dance Me A Story: Exploring Literature Through Ballet program that will be presented to area libraries, senior center and youth organizations to compliment our performance season that is based on five great pieces of literature. People of all ages will be encouraged to read using the extraordinary vehicle of dance.
  • Ballet Quad Cities received a grant award of $5,000 from Humanities Iowa, a state based affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, to support our program, Dance Me A Story: Exploring Literature Through Ballet. Area libraries, senior center and youth organizations will host this program throughout the year.
  • $500 from the Rauch Family Foundation to purchase ballet barre's and props for our DREAMS: Achieved Through Dance that will take place at The Rock Island Academy Elementary School every week during the school year.
  • $2,300 from the Rock Island Community Foundation to bring our award winning education program The Ugly Duckling: A Message of Acceptance Told Through Dance to the Rock Island Elementary Schools.
  • $5,000 from Quad City Arts supporting our pilot program DREAMS: Achieved Through Dance,  taking place at The Rock Island Academy Elementary School. DREAMS stands for Dedication, Education, Ability, Memory & Self-Confidence, life skills that are important for students as they grow into future citizens.

Funding for Arts Dollar$ is provided by The Hubbell-Waterman Foundation; Illinois Arts Council, a state agency; Deere & Company; Doris and Victor Day Foundation

Meet our new dancer - Corey Mangum

Corey studied under Mimi Worrell at the Center for Dance Education. He graduated from the South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities where he studied under Stanislav Issaeev.

He attended summer intensive programs with Ballet Austin, Bolshoi Ballet and Joffrey Ballet and he was an apprentice in programs at Ballet Austin, Kentucky Ballet Theatre, and Milwaukee Ballet II.  Corey is looking forward to his first season with Ballet Quad Cities.

 
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