Rogue River Theater takes ‘The Light of Heaven’s Dove’ on the road Local actors group, the Rogue River Community Theater, took their talent on tour as they offered “The Light of Heaven’s Dove” to a variety of venues. Playing at the restored and historic Kent Theater in Cedar Springs, the group presented a musical drama about the life of Christ. The story depicts the changes that Christ’s life has had historically and currently, impacting the lives of people. Jesus of Nazareth is played by John Hogan, with Mary portrayed by Teresa Lautenbach. Patricia Rose Boersak of Rockford wrote, staged, choreographed and directed the show. The final performance will be December 6 at the Basilica of St. Adalberts Cathedral, 701 Fourth Street, downtown Grand Rapids, at 7:30 p.m.
The Light Of Heaven’s Dove
Be part of the magic of theater Rogue River Theatre is continuing auditions through the end of September for their musical “The Light of Heaven’s Dove,” which will be performed Nov. 17-19. Needed are men ages 17-70 for 12 apostles, women ages 16-40 for lead roles and bit parts, children and teens ages 6-14 for various singing roles, and people of various ages to sing and play as extras. Interested persons should contact the theatre at (616) 874-5264 for details.
Rogue River Community Theatre is getting ready for their fall production. They will be holding auditions for “The Light Of Heaven’s Dove,” a musical drama about the life of Christ, on Wednesday, Sept. 7 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. The Theatre is looking for actors, singers and musicians of all ages, including adults, teens and children, to fill roles of major characters in the drama. Tryouts are at the Community Center, 8450 Shaner, in Rockford. Please phone (616) 874-5264 for more information. Actors del Arte Ensemble (adult) Dinner Theater group auditions for Shakespearean Comedy are set for Thursday, Sept. 8 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Reformed Church, 4890 11 Mile Rd., Rockford, as well.