Red Mountain Theatre presents “Fiddler on the Roof” in Birmingham from Alabama NewsCenter on Vimeo.
“This will be the ‘Fiddler’ that you know and love,” Cromwell said. “I think we will be drawn to things that will stick out from the story as history regrettably repeats itself.”
Kyle Holman (son of Cliff “Cousin Cliff” Holman), plays Tevye. Holman is a familiar face among the RMTC cast and said he is honored to play this iconic role. To Holman, the production is special because his acting career was sparked by the movie and live show of “Fiddler on the Roof” when he was a child.
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“Chapter Seven: In a Lonely Place” covered so much ground. This episode of Riverdale did a great job at moving the story forward and giving us more backstory. *Warning: Spoilers Ahead* We are still looking into Jason’s ( Trevor Stines ) murder but now we know that Jason and Polly ( Tiera Skovbye ) have a baby on the way.
Review – Riverdale S01E07: “Chapter Seven: In a Lonely Place” – Word of The Nerd
This past weekend, Intel Extreme Masters, Canada East Champions 4, Smash Summit, The PG Key 2GGC and SMITE Pro League all took place. Twitch accounts broadcast from all over the country, complete with commentators giving the play by play. We’ll catch you up on everything that happened over the weekend.
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Take the Pledge this Spring Break to Drive Safe
March 6, 2017
It is time for Spring Break, and everybody is heading out of town for fun. As we pack up a week’s worth of clothes and load our vehicles, let us take time to reflect on this:
Distracted driving is an epidemic that takes so many lives
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By Keyanna James For The Birmingham Times
Cultivate 4 Mentoring marked its one-year anniversary with its inaugural Heritage Ball on Feb. 4 at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens auditorium. Founder Leavil Binion established Cultivate 4 Mentoring, otherwise known as C4 Mentoring – in 2016 to inspire and encourage young men to discover their purpose through heritage, education, leadership and manhood.
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