High school presents ‘Charlie Brown’

“I know it’s nothing personal,” La Grande High School junior Austin Guze said of his role. “Somebody has to play the guy who always messes up.” It’s a very Charlie Brown thing to say, and is perhaps a prime example of how the students cast in “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” have adapted to their roles almost perfectly. Charlie […]

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Tragedy strikes at EOU

King Lear

Shakespeare company joins students to produce ‘King Lear’ Israel Bloodgood stands center stage, reading his lines to a darkened auditorium. He navigates through Shakespeare’s iconic verse, but he is interrupted by his director. “Israel is a very intellectual man,” Grant Turner says to the actor. “He speaks in a very polished manner. That’s a problem.” Turner tells Bloodgood to run […]

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Artist Q&A: photographer Michael Sell

Go! interviews photographer Michael Sell of La Grande. Go!: What kind of art do you do? Sell: I mostly make photographs, but I’m also interested in drawing and installation. Long ago (it feels like) I made handbound books, but I’ve fallen out of practice. Go!: How’d you get started?  Sell: Art class in early elementary school. I learned early on […]

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Eastern Oregon announces theater season

University’s first play, ‘Death by Design,’ set for late October LA GRANDE — The Eastern Oregon University theater program has announced its upcoming production schedule, along with details for patrons interested in buying season tickets, according to a press release from Eastern Oregon University. “We selected our six shows and then realized that each dealt in one way or another […]

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