The Mount Gretna Playhouse is in its 88th year of its summer season. After 88 years they still continue to capture their audeiences through live storytelling. The cast portrayed "Murder on the Nile" in true Agatha Christy form. The set and the costuming were true to the 1940s time period and helped make the audience feel as if they were taken back in time to watch this story unfold. I did not know what to expect waiting for this 1940s murder mystery to start, but from opening of the curtain to the final bows I was encapitivted with the whole story. You are kept on edge in this classic 'who done it' type story and find yourself playing detective trying to figure out who the murderer is. From the beautiful set to the well selected actors, The Mount Gretna Playhouse sure does know how to keep filling up their audiences. The cast was not only the great part about this show: the hard working staff all make sure that you are enjoying yourself and your experience at their theatre. The Mount Gretna Playhouse continues to entertain families with their Broadway shows and their children's shows through the Gretna Theatre for Young Audiences. If you have not been to the Mount Gretna Playhouse or even if you have, I recommend going and enjoying some live theatre put on by a group of very talented people.
A video of a girl dropping a BABY to catch the bouquet at a wedding is going viral. She looks like she's in her teens. According to the video, it was her little sister and she's okay. Another woman caught the bouquet though, so it was all for nothing.
There's a 22-year-old in Egypt named Medhat Mamdouh who taught himself how to beatbox AND play the recorder at the same time, then posts songs on his YouTube channel.
He did one called "My War Freestyle" that went viral recently, and he's also covered the "Mission: Impossible" theme, and "Billie Jean". Here's that performance of the Michael Jackson 80's classic...
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