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The Zephyr Theatre Presents Shakespeare on the Point The Comedy of Errors

The Zephyr Theatre performed the their annual “Shakespeare on the Point”, taking their revolving set to three different locations for 2019. This year’s play was one of William Shakespeare’s earlier plays, “The Comedy of Errors”. Filled with the typical comedy tropes of Shakespeare, the play is also one of his more whimsical plays, relying heavily on slapstick.

Travis filmed the last performance of the show at Pioneer Park in Stillwater, Minnesota.

Cal Ripkin Senior Foundation ceremonial first pitch with the Minnesota Twins

The Cal Ripkin Senior Foundation is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works with at-risk youth by creating safe opportunities for them to develop valuable life skills, build character, connect positively with local law enforcement, and learn how to make productive choices for their future through the foundation’s youth programs and Youth Development Parks.

The organization was honored recently at Target Field during the Baltimore Orioles series with the Minnesota Twins by throwing out the ceremonial first pitch before the ball game. Representing the foundation was supporter Daniel Neiditich.

Mediamazing served as lead camera operator on the event, in collaboration with Northern Lights Video.

Thrilling courtroom drama in the historic Washington County Courthouse

Murder and mayhem was rampant at the historic Washington County Courthouse in March thanks to the amazing performance put forth by the Zephyr Theatre troupe. Agatha Christie’s Witness for The Prosecution is one of the great courtroom dramas, and the Courthouse provided the perfect backdrop for the ten-show run.

Mediamazing was excited to once again record the performance for the archives of the theatre, capturing the historic occasion.

Alex Galick’s Leonard Vole denies the allegations against him for the murder of Emily French in Agatha Christie’s “The Witness for the Prosecution”.

Alex Galick’s Leonard Vole denies the allegations against him for the murder of Emily French in Agatha Christie’s “The Witness for the Prosecution”.