Spokane Falls Community College

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Spokane Falls Community College Spartan Theatre is producing the world premiere of "Fire Melt Stone," Kemuel DeMoville's historical drama about the Great Fire of Spokane. Cast members Sarah Plumb, Megan Barlow Jones, and Chris Hansen perform a preview and discuss the play.

"Fire Melt Stone" opens Friday, March 6, at 7:30 PM, and continues through March 15. For tickets and more information, visit https://sfcc.spokane.edu/For-Our-Students/Around-Campus/Spartan-Theatre.

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"Tales of the American" is a new exhibit and documentary film, now at the Spokane Falls Community College Fine Arts Gallery, about the lives of the artists and occupants of the historic American Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. The film's writer and editor, Pamela Wilson, and director, Stephen Seemayer, visit the studio to talk about the history of the hotel itself, and the genesis and creation of the film and the accompanying art exhibit, which features the works of some of the artists who lived and worked at the hotel.

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Spokane Falls Community College Director of Drama, Ashley DeMoville, brings a preview of the Falls' final theatre production of the season, "Bonnie & Clyde: The Musical." Joining her are actors Jennifer Tindall and Jaycelane Fortin, and Music Director Andrea Olsen, sampling songs from the show and discussing their roles.

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It was lovely to have Director Ashley DeMoville and actors Conner Gracio, Arthur Riese-Freeman and Jennifer Tindall from SFCC’s Spartan Theatre in our studio today to discuss their current stage production: “Shakespeare in Love.” Adapted from the film of the same name, this play depicts the legendary William Shakespeare as a young playwright tormented by writer’s block who finds his inspiration in a wealthy merchant’s daughter that secretly longs to be an actor.

The next performances will be at 7:30 PM on March 7, 8 & 9 and 2 PM on March 10.

Candidate Lisa Brown Courts College Students

Oct 3, 2018
Doug Nadvornick/SPR

On Tuesday, when Cathy McMorris Rodgers was welcoming Vice President Mike Pence to Spokane, her opponent was courting college students.

Lisa Brown visited Spokane Falls Community College Tuesday for a noon hour gathering, part of a series of college visits for the former chancellor of Washington State University Spokane.