Donna’s been using her quarantine-distancing time wisely.
Article Author: Donna Rhodes
Highlands Playhouse’s embrace of innovative practices and an unstoppable “Let’s Put on A Show!” attitude ensures that live theater will survive on the Plateau.
“To be an inventor you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.” -Thomas Edison. This Month’s Feature Artist, Jonathan Langberg, has taken Mr. Edison’s advice to heart.
For photographer Dylan Lytle, capturing the drama embedded within the Wild Places lies at the heart of his art.
A long lineup of events and celebrations will restore a measure of life and generosity in the Highlands Community, extending far beyond the Plateau.
Highlands has had a long, long-term relationship with snow and ice and the complications of winter.
An appreciation for nature and tradition and a healthy sense of creative playfulness are woven into each of Michael and Joann Brown’s unique creations.
Thanks to a “Hey, let’s put on a show!” enthusiasm fostered by scores of MGM musicals from yesteryear, Highlands Playhouse is embracing its 2021 season with dazzling new upgrades and a relentlessly optimistic spirit.
A deep reverence for the miracle and mysteries embedded in a piece of wood is the animating principle for woodworker/artist Vatsal Corbett.
For Rodney Byard, the vast wild places of the Plateau (and beyond) are his endlessly surprising studio.