If you missed the Banff Mountain Film Festival in Spokane in November, you have a couple of chances to catch it in the Idaho Panhandle.
The festival will be screened at the Panida Theater in Sandpoint at 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Then it comes to the Salvation Army Kroc Center in Coeur d’Alene at 6 p.m. Jan. 27 and 28. Tickets are $14 in advance and $15 at the door.
In Sandpoint, buy tickets at Eichardt’s Pub, Outdoor Experience, Burger Express and Maps & More. They’re also at Far North Outfitters in Bonners Ferry. In Coeur d’Alene, tickets are on sale at Vertical Earth, Camera Corral, Two Wheeler Dealer and Zip’s on Sherman Avenue. Or purchase tickets online at www.mountain-fever.com.
A different program will be shown each night in the various cities. To see each night’s program, visit the website.
Flinging at the Bing
A show hitting the Bing Crosby Theater next weekend promises a cheerful break from these drab winter days.
“A Fling at the Bing” will kick off a two-day run on Friday. It will feature Krista Kubicek, Jadd Davis, Kasey Nusbickel, Jessica Skerritt, Dane Stokinger, Katherine Strohmaier and Brandon O’Neill , most of whom are veterans of Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre.
Organizers promise a family-friendly event with songs from opera, musical theater and the Great American Songbook.
Tickets are $12, and are available at the door, or any TicketsWest outlet, (800) 325-SEAT or www.ticketswest.com. Show times at 7:30 p.m. Friday, and 2 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Living the acting dream
Spokane’s Will Cowles Meyer is among the collegiate actors who will be participating at the Region VIII Kennedy Center College Theater Festival.
Cowles Meyer is a student at California Lutheran University. He plays a soldier and is the sound engineer for the school’s production of “The Trojan Women.” The play will be staged twice next month in Los Angeles in competition with plays by schools in Southern California, Arizona, Utah, Guam, Hawaii and Nevada. Four to six plays from eight regional competitions will be selected to be showcased at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
“The Trojan Woman” was adapted by Jean-Paul Sartre from a play by Euripides. This marks the fourth time a CLU production has been selected for competition.
Cowles Meyer graduated from St. George’s School in 2011.
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