“At the beginning of a sprint, I felt like a gladiator, ready to do anything to keep my place. And when I lost, I wasn’t capable of going to congratulate whoever had beaten me, like Andy Schleck did at the Tour. Me, I’d hate him because he’d taken the bread from my mouth.”.
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Keiko Green, Eyes, Bainbridge Performing Arts: Green, a recent island arrival who is hereby invited to stay as long as she pleases, sizzles throughout as Lisa. She ranges from guileless innocent to shameless provocateur in a performance of endless skill and inginuity that gives both (castmates Ricky) Coates and (Ken) Enright a leg up in this tour de force trifecta. It could all get confusing. Instead, BPA staging often teeters at the edge of surreal without ever losing its footing, thanks not only to Dietz machinations but to Carruthers taut pace and attention to detail, the intensity and believability of the performances and a set and lighting environment (both by Mark Sell) that contributes to the off kilter feel of things, sometimes gliding fluidly on and off stage behind scenes that already gotten under way. Also noted: Rana Teresa Tan, 39 Steps, Bremerton Community Theatre; Lawrason Driscoll, Art of Dining, Key City Public Theatre; Ron Milton, Pirates of Penzance and Fair Lady, Ovation! Musical Theatre Bainbridge; Steven Fogell, Women; Bainbridge Performing Arts; Soozie Hummel, L Baltimore, WWCA; Teresa Thuman, Who Tommy, Bainbridge Performing Arts..
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The town gets its name from Buffalo Bill Cody. The founder of the town laid out the streets back in the 1800s and was a consummate one man promoter of tourism in the area. He used his own money to build the first hotel and recognized the potential profits from a town so close to Yellowstone.
Christian said he first explored holding political office eight years ago, when he invited Crouse to lunch. Crouse advised Christian to become a precinct committee officer, and he did so. Since then Christian has been heavily involved in local party politics and has worked on the campaigns of several local Republicans.