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  • “The Producers” auditions in DeLand

     
    The Sands Theater Company will hold auditions in January for their production of the Mel Brooks musical “The Producers.” From the press release: Sands Theater Company will hold open auditions for Mel Brooks’ THE PRODUCERS on January 4 and 5....
  • Sands Theater Company’s ‘Noises Off’ opens at Athens Theater

     
    Sands Theater Company's fourth production of the season is the farce “Noises Off!” by English playwright Michael Frayn. It opens Friday, Jan. 21. The plot tells the story of a hapless acting troupe while the real-life audience watches the cast...
  • Buy one, get one at Sands Theater Co. Thursday

     
    Thursday is “Buy One Get One” night for the Sands Theatre production of “Noises Off” at the Athens Theatre in DeLand. The deal makes tickets available for $8 per person when bought as a pair. Use the code BOGO when you buy your...
  • Man, 19, shot dead in Athens neighborhood of L.A. County

     
    Authorities were seeking suspects Sunday in the shooting death of a 19-year-old man in unincorporated Athens, near the 105 Freeway. Edwin Jose Perla was found on a sidewalk in the 11100 block of South New Hampshire Avenue at about 6:30......
  • Theater review: 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' at South Coast Repertory

     
    Southern California can once again boast about having some of the sunniest weather in our snow-blanketed nation. But now it has a big, bright, daffy rainbow to brag about as well. Mark Rucker’s staging of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” at......
  • Greek politics in disarray after call for rescue-plan referendum

     
    Greek debt crisis: Greek politics were in disarray after a call for a referendum on the euro rescue plan....
  • Papademos named Greece's transitional leader

     
    After days of haggling, Greece's two main political parties agreed Thursday on the appointment of Lucas Papademos, a trained economist and former governor of the Greek central bank, to serve as the financially troubled country's new leader through the...
  • Greece's Papademos wins confidence vote on austerity measures

     
    Greece's new prime minister, Lucas Papademos, won a crucial confidence vote Wednesday on sharp austerity measures in exchange for more bailout funds to help the country step back from the brink of bankruptcy. The ringing endorsement is a first step toward...
  • Sands Theater Company announces 2011-12 season

     
    The Sands Theater Company, which performs at the Athens Theater in DeLand, has announced its 2011-2012 season. The lineup includes five shows, including a joint holiday production with the Sands Youth Theater Company, plus a collaboration with Stetson...
  • LIBYA: Dutch marines captured in Libya appear headed to Athens

     
    Thanks to a deal brokered by Greek officials, the Libyan government has agreed to allow three Dutch marines captured after a failed evacuation mission in Libya last month to leave Tripoli for Athens Thursday, according to the Associated Press, quoting.......
  • Thursday-only discount to Sands Theater’s ‘The Producers’

     
    Here's a deal from Sands Theater in DeLand, which is staging “The Producers” at the Athens Theatre there: Book a ticket online for the Thursday, March 31, show only — and get a second ticket free. Go to http://www.athenstheatre.org to...