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    Don’t Dress for Dinner

    9/30 – 10/19  Bernard is planning a romantic weekend with his chic Parisian mistress in his charming converted French farmhouse, whilst his wife, Jacqueline, is away. His plan is foolproof; what could possibly go wrong?
    Genre: Comedy  Cost: $13 K-12; $15 college; $28 adult Buy Tickets
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    Lotela Gold

    10/13/14 – Enjoy an evening of the great songs from the ’50s and early ’60s. Many great artists from this past Golden Era will be re-awakened in your memories with tributes to Elvis, Sam Cooke, Buddy Holly and Ricky Nelson.
    Genre:    Concert     Cost: $20    Buy Tickets
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IN THE PINKERTON
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    Disney’s Alice in Wonderland Jr.

    Closing Sunday – Lewis Carroll’s unflappable young heroine takes a tumble down an enchanted rabbit hole to an off-kilter world where nothing is as it seems. All performances are sold out except Thurs. at 7 p.m.
    Genre: Musical Cost: $10 K-12; $13 college; $17 adult Buy Tickets
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    The Rocky Horror Show

    10/10 – 11/1  Let’s Do The Time Warp Again! The all-time cult classic is back just in time for Halloween! Get ready to talk back and play along with your newspapers, noisemakers and boas. “Don’t dream it, be it.” (Oct. 25 is sold out!)
    Genre: Musical Cost: $15 students age 16+; $28 adults Buy Tickets
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Clarifying Misinformation Regarding Your Personal Injury Claim

A personal injuries lawyer can help you with all the complex legal matters involved in litigating a car accident personal injury case.  There are a lot of misinformation regarding personal injury claims that you should be aware of.  Some of this misinformation includes;

  1. You might not collect huge amounts of money!  Insurance companies have very skilled lawyers who do nothing all day except mitigating the damages down as much as possible.  The award of multi-million pound damages you may have seen on TV, or on the Internet, are extremely rare and only for the most serious cases.  The bulk of the multi-million pound pay-outs are for future financial losses incurred, for example, if you can no longer work then you could claim for your wages you would have received but for the accident, or if you need permanent care or support, then you could claim for future medical care.  If you are a young person, then this could amount to a serious amount of money.  A good, honest personal injury lawyer will maximise the award you are entitled to.
  2. Damages relating to non-financial heads are limited in many jurisdictions.  Just because you have experienced some pain and suffering, doesn’t necessarily mean that you will be awarded damages.  Of course, the more extreme the damage to you, the better chance you will have of being awarded damages.  If you have been permanently scarred by fire in the accident, for example, the pain and suffering is extreme and therefore you will be in a better position to be awarded damages for non-economic reasons.
  3. It is not always true that holding out for a better offer is the best thing to do!  There are lots of reasons why this is true.  The most important thing to do when negotiating your car accident personal injury claim is to speak with a professional personal injury lawyer as soon as possible.  A personal injury professional will be able to advise you on what they consider a “good” settlement amount, based upon years of experience on these matters.
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’14-’15 Shows at-a-glance

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Alice in Wonderland
Sept. 11 - 21

Don’t Dress For Dinner
Sept. 30 - Oct. 19

The Rocky Horror Show
Oct. 10 - Nov. 1

Lotela Gold
Oct. 13

The Full Monty
Nov. 4 - 30

Late Nite Catechism
Nov. 9 & 10

God of Carnage
Nov. 13 - 30

... Trailer Park Xmas Musical
Dec. 5 - 21

Our Daily Bread
Dec. 12 & 13

A Christmas Carol
Dec. 18 - 21

Sounds of Christmas
Dec. 21 & 22

Red, Hot & Blue!
Dec. 27 & 28

British Mania
Dec. 29 - 31

Buddy, The Buddy Holly Story
Jan. 6 - 25

By the Way, Meet Vera Stark
Jan. 8 - 25

Surf's Up
Jan. 11 & 12

Capitol Steps
Jan. 18 & 19

Girls Night: The Musical
Jan. 25 & 26

Harry James & Andrews Sisters Tribute
Feb. 2

Ring of Fire
Feb. 6 - March 1

Mary Poppins
Feb. 17 - March 15

Showtime for Hospice
Feb. 21

Kingston Trio
Feb. 22 & 23

Back Home Again,  A Tribute to John Denver
March 1 & 2

The Diamonds
March 8 & 9

Road to Nirvana
March 12 - 29

Let's Hang On
March 15 & 16

The 23rd Annual Silver Fox Show
March 18 - 22

The Fox on the Fairway
March 31 - April 19

Next to Normal
April 9 -  26

Monday, Monday
April 12 & 13

The Miracle Worker
May 5 -  24

Children's Letters to God
May 14 - 24

Loveland presents Ride the Wild Surf
June 4 - 7