In their first competition last year, Hudson competed against area schools including Somerset, New Richmond, Unity, Baldwin, and Osceola. At the end of the night the Hudson bus was the only bus running, winning the battle of the buses for 2012.
Emily Fradenburgh and Dustin Booth chatted with moviegoers and autographed posters advertising the independent film, shot over two winters at Minnesota locations along the Mississippi River near Hastings.
If the weather and the slow arrival of spring has dampened spirits this year, the Hudson High School play just may be an antidote. “Rumors,” by award-winning playwright Neil Simon, gives a talented cast of 10 plenty to work with.
The name SOS for Youth is ironic given the financial crisis the teen acting company is facing. In a March 6 letter to supporters, SOS Executive Director Sue Oberg said the company needed to raise $36,000 by April 1 or it would be forced to suspend its shows and disband its cast of young people.
A series of exhibitions featuring mixed media by various artists, including Jude Ryan Reiling, Charles A. Condon, Carol Adleman, Michael Tarr, Mark D. Roberts and Denise Rouleau will be on view through March 17 in The Galleries of The Phipps Center for the Arts.
A stand-up comedy class will be offered by Scott Novotny on six Mondays, March 4 through April 8, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., culminating in a special showcase on Thursday, April 11 at The Phipps Center for the Arts.
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