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54 Girls (and Women), 4 Trophies, One Miss Flagler County Title in Sunday’s Pageant

| June 25, 2011

It must be summer: it’s time for the Flagler County Scholarship Pageants. Meet them all, the 54 contestants in each category, as they vie for the crowns in Sunday’s pageants at the Flagler Auditorium.

Spotlight on Flagler Youth, the Annual Talent Show, Raises $1,000 for Carver Gym

| May 27, 2011

Krystene Maceda’s solo performance of Chopin’s Waltz in C-sharp minor for piano won her the Entertainer of the Year award in the senior division, while Kayla Byrne won the honor in the junior division. Complete list of performers and winners.

State of the Ax: from Flagler to Tallahassee To D.C., Arts Funding Is Under Siege

| April 25, 2011

The NEA’s federal arts dollars are on the defensive. Florida cut back its arts funding to almost nothing. Palm Coast, Bunnell and Flagler Beach are just as stingy. The county and school district alone still support art and culture.

Dust Up Those Squeals, Venus: Frankie Avalon At the Flagler Auditorium Tonight

| April 12, 2011

Frankie Avalon, now 70, is making the Flagler Auditorium one of just 12 stops on his 2011 tour. He’ll be singing the hits that made him famous in pre-Beatles days, along with songs from his 30 movies that kept him famous.

Digital Video Awards’ 73 Contestants Spotlight School District’s Click on Technology

| March 19, 2011

Computer-generated art, podcasts, digital photography and more: A complete list of contestants and winners from the second annual Flagler Digital Media Awards, held Friday at the Flagler Auditorium.

Reversing Bad Run, Flagler Auditorium Scores $5,000 Grant from Tourist Council

| March 16, 2011

After losing out on at least $15,000 for various reasons, the Flagler Auditorium managed to eke out $5,000 from the Tourist Development Council, a small but significant financial boost to a budget of over half a million dollars.

“In the Mood” Tonight at the Auditorium: 1940s’ Swing, Romance and a Simpler Age

| March 14, 2011

String of Pearls brings its swing, jazz and other big band sounds and dance of the 1940s to the Flagler Auditorium for one performance March 14, recalling what Woody Allen called “a more charming time and a better time.”

Led Zeppelin Revival, Minus Groupies and Sharks: Zoso Plays Flagler Auditorium

| March 6, 2011

Part tribute part imitation part improvisation, Zoso is Led Zeppelin all over again, the 1970s heavy rock band. In performance at the Flagler Auditorium at 7:30.

Memory for Cause: Flagler Youth Orchestra In Concert For Founder and The Sheltering Tree

| February 26, 2011

Members of the Flagler Youth Orchestra and Caren and Paul Umbarger’s Island Duet will perform Sunday, Feb. 27, at 3 p.m. at Bunnell’s Methodist Church in memory of Jobnathan May and to benefit the Sheltering Tree, Flagler County’s cold-weather shelter.

Scout’s Up: Mockingbird‘s Real Stars Take the Auditorium Stage Thursday for 3-Day Run

| February 23, 2011

The controversies over, cast members of the Flagler Palm Coast High School Drama Club production of “To Kill a Mockingbird” talk about their roles in the show at the Flagler Auditorium Feb. 24-26.

Despite Successes, Flagler Auditorium Loses Out on at Least $15,000 in Tourism Funding

| February 21, 2011

The first $10,000 were lost when the tourism council’s logo did not appear in a TV ad. Another $10,000 are in jeopardy because of a missed deadline, though the auditorium is having a successful year, with three sold-out shows so far.

Memories of River City: “The Music Man” Then and Now

| February 13, 2011

Caren Umbarger, artistic director of the Flagler Youth Orchestra, grew up in Mason City, the real setting for “The Music Man”‘s River City, and both her grandfather knew Meredith Willson, the musical’s author, personally. She recalls her youth–and previews the show.

More Power to Principals, Less Transparency as Board Kills Policy Inspired by Mockingbird

| February 2, 2011

The rejected policy had called for supporting plays “that challenge, nurture and extend student skills” while respecting community sensibilities. Instead, the board retreated to more general “tweaks” of two existing policies.

Leak at the Flagler Auditorium Pushes
Ten Tenors’ Gigs to Wednesday and Thursday

| January 25, 2011

A leak in the middle of the Flagler Auditorium caused by the heaviest rains of the winter caused the Ten Tenors’ performance Tuesday, Jan. 25, to be rescheduled to Thursday, Jan. 27. Wednesday’s performance will go on as planned.

Ten Tenors, Two Nights, One Flagler Auditorium

| January 24, 2011

The Ten Tenors made the Flagler Auditorium part of their inaugural US itinerary in 2002. They’ve performed here every year since, and will be there Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 25-26.

Ballroom Dancing’s Homage to Glee–and Arts Education–at the Flagler Auditorium

| January 19, 2011

Charlotte Marten met up with Jim and Suzanne Carter of the Fred Astaire Dance Studio at City Market Place to talk about Saturday’s “Big Stage Ballroom” show and fund-raiser at the Flagler Auditorium.

These Dorks’ Fun Begins After They Get Hit By a Bus: “Forever Plaid” At Flagler Auditorium

| January 14, 2011

“Forever Plaid” is a musical tribute to the 1950s, to innocence, to lovable dorkiness and to four-part harmonies. The show has been pleasing audiences for more than 20 years across most continents.

Belle Terre’s Agatha Lee and Maggie Carcagente Are the Year’s Top Teacher and Employee

| January 13, 2011

It’s Belle Terre Elementary’s year: Agatha Lee is a second grade teacher there, and Maggie Carcagente is a special education paraprofessional. Their district victory gave Belle Terre a sweep this year.

On Point: “Tonight They’re All Stars”: A Preview of the Teacher of the Year Gala

| January 13, 2011

In this week’s On Point, Charlotte Marten’s recap if main headlines is followed by a special report on tonight’s celebration of teachers and employees at the Flagler Auditorium.

Youth Orchestra’s “Gift of Music” Concert Kicks Off Auditorium’s Holiday Extravaganza Tonight

| December 8, 2010

Close to 300 students in the Flagler Youth Orchestra take to the stage at the Flagler Auditorium for their 16th major concert in six years, their second under the direction of Caren Umbarger.

It’s On: FPC Will Stage To Kill a Mockingbird At the Flagler Auditorium Feb. 24-26

| December 3, 2010

FPC Principal Jacob Oliva and Drama Director Ed Koczergo finalized plans for staging Mockingbird over four performances as part of Black History Month, with many innovative stage elements to be incorporated into the production.

Music, Dance, Art: Auditorium’s 5-Day Holiday Extravaganza Will Boost Art in Education

| December 2, 2010

With arts funding in free fall in Florida, the Flagler Auditorium’s series of concerts, performances, art showings and auctions Dec. 8-12, half of them free, will raise money to help art programs in Flagler schools.

On a Mission From God: Blues Brothers Tribute Friday at the Flagler Auditorium

| November 18, 2010

It’s Jake and Elwood all over again Friday evening as Bluzmen recreate the great Blues Brothers band that featured Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi in a romp through blues, R&B, jazz and those dance moves with no likeness.

Starry Saturday: Theater, Art, Grit and Glitz from Bunnell to Palm Coast

| November 14, 2010

Staring with FPC’s courageous thespians, the visual and performing arts had a fabulous Saturday in Flagler, with two gallery openings and two local theater productions. That’s what the county’s unbound cultural scene should be about.

Dracula Brings Fangs, Foes and a Costume Contest to the Flagler Auditorium

| October 30, 2010

If Stephenie Meyer could turn teen sighs and stares into a 2,000-page epic, why not make a ballet of Bram Stoker’s Dracula? Gainsville’s Dance Alive National Ballet brings that production to the Flagler Auditorium for a Halloween special.

Miss Flagler County 2010
It’s Amanda Dack

| June 27, 2010

Amada Dack has achieved more in her 21 years than many people do in an average lifetime.

Youth Orchestra’s 200 Take a Bow in Year’s Final Concert

| May 26, 2010

The Flagler Youth Orchestra’s musicians, under the new direction of Caren Umbarger, dedicate the final concert to Superintendent Bill Delbrugge.

Ed Asner Takes on FDR at Flagler Auditorium

| April 8, 2010

Ed Asner channels his liberal sensibilities as “FDR” in a one-man show on Roosevelt’s four-term presidency (and longer affair).

Jonathan May, Conductor of Youths’ Fugues

| March 14, 2010

To perform with Jonathan was to love him, and to love him was to live the joy that was his musical offering.

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