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Christian rock concert

Thursday, February 17, 2005

Christian rock concert
GROVE CITY, Pa. -- If you're looking for some righteous rock 'n' rap, check out the Audio Adrenaline/Toby Mac tour, coming to Grove City Arena at 7:30 p.m. April 10.
The co-headliners will be supported by Kutless and Hawk Nelson.
Audio Adrenaline's latest, "Worldwide," is a hook-laden rock confection, plenty loud for those who like that and reflective for those who want some thought with their rock.
Toby Mac offers a clever rap concoction on his second disk, "The Diverse City." In one cut, he pulls a cute stunt by making the bass sound like a boom car with a vibrating subwoofer.
The acts are well-known in Christian music circles, but their CDs cross over into the meanstream because of their sound.
Tickets are $20 advance, $25 at the door. Call (724) 458-2460.
Theater internship
KENT -- Kent Trumbull Theatre will have its fourth annual high school internship in technical theater. Training will include scenery, scene painting, properties, lighting, sound and costuming. Interns work 15 hours per week for eight weeks and crew a show. At the end of the summer, successful interns are paid $500. Call Dr. Daniel Nadon, (330) 847-8700.
'The Price' at Oakland
YOUNGSTOWN -- The Arthur Miller drama "The Price" will be presented at the Oakland Center for the Arts March 11, 12, 18, 19, 25 and 26. A pre-theater dinner will be catered by Winslow's Cafe in the Butler Institute of Art for the March 19 performance. Cost of the dinner is $20. Call (330) 746-0404 for tickets.
The play features Joseph Mineo of Boardman, Regina Reynolds of Poland, Glenn Stevens of Poland and David Waldnan of Liberty. W. Rick Shilling, a member of the professional staff at Youngstown State University, is directing.
'Color of Love'
YOUNGSTOWN -- You have one more chance to catch Karen Clark-Green in "Color of Love." The play will be performed at 7 p.m. Friday in the Kilcawley Center's Chestnut Room at YSU. The free performance is part of YSU's Black History Month recognition.
Musical at Playhouse
YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown Playhouse is certainly keeping active. For three weekends starting Feb. 25, the musical "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change" will be presented. Friday and Saturday performances are at 8 p.m., with Sunday shows at 2:30 p.m. Call (330) 788-8739.
David Jendre directs the comic musical featuring real-life couples Connie and Tim Cassidy and Lois and David Schneider.
Hoyt show
NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- A juried show of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh will be presented at the Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts in March. Columbus-area artist Lauren Lipinski Eisen will have a solo exhibition in the Sunroom Gallery. Shows will be on display March 1-April 8, with an artists reception 2-4 p.m. March 6.