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Shannon Heupel


Montgomery, AL, United States

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Recent articles by Shannon:

Coronavirus and theater: New plans arise while doors remain closed

A glance at ongoing efforts at Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Capri Theatre, Cloverdale Playhouse, Davis Theatre, Millbrook Community Players, Prattville WOBT, and Wetumpka Depot. → Read More

Josh Turner rescheduled for Nov. 5 at Montgomery Performing Arts Centre

Turner is one of several acts that had been rescheduled at MPAC because of the coronavirus pandemic → Read More

Coronavirus caution prompts recital with opera stars to move to Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts

Coronavirus caution causes venue change from usual location at Huntingdon College → Read More

Freedom Riders: Nonviolence won the day in '61 against Montgomery mob

Bernard Lafayette Jr. was in multi-racial group of men and women bus riders attacked on May 20, 1961; He speaks Thursday at Freedom Rides Museum → Read More

Montgomery artist YunRo wants to use rap to spread positive message

YunRo is a rapper and producer from the west side of Montgomery who wants to be a difference maker. → Read More

Champs, hopefuls compete Monday at Alabama Shakespeare Festival's Feast of Flavours

Cork and Cleaver, Taste and Vintage Year won in 2019 → Read More

Chinese New Year celebration continues to bridge cultures in Montgomery

Central Alabama Association for Chinese celebrates Year of the Rat with night full of dancing, singing and music → Read More

Creating downtown Montgomery's Rosa Parks sculpture: From ideas to clay to bronze

On May 16, 2019, Montgomery artist Clydetta Fulmer was commissioned to create a life-size bronze statue of Rosa Parks. → Read More

Divided no more: Montgomery rapper Doe B's team puts differences aside for new album

Doe B's sister reunites producer Bao Pham and manager Frank White; interview to air Thursday on Hot 105.7. → Read More

Christmas dinners for all: Montgomery's Heart To Heart one of several groups offering meals for hungry

Free meals also being served at Friendship Mission, Mercy House, Reality and Truth and Salvation Army → Read More

Montgomery's HateLess Foundation expands, spreads Christmas cheer with new Liberia chapter

HateLess Liberia holds Christmas Sausage Jamboree for group known as car loaders → Read More

Charles Shannon exhibit highlights his work, influence at Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts

Artist Charles Shannon, known for work with Bill Traylor, has his work on exhibit now through Jan. 5 at Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts → Read More

'My roots are still here': Montgomery's own Eddie Floyd in lineup for Alabama bicentennial finale

Saturday's two-hour free concert kicks off at 4 p.m., followed by a laser light show → Read More

Bicentennial events: Three-day Alabama celebration in Montgomery this weekend

Although the vast majority of fun is happening Saturday in downtown Montgomery for Alabama's Bicentennial celebration, there are events on Friday and Sunday as well. → Read More

200 years later, Montgomery's Old Elam Baptist Church's beacon still shines

The church, which is slightly older than Alabama, formed on June 19, 1819. → Read More

A flexible life: Montgomery's Bella Kash on a mission to share contortionist gift

Repetition and consistency key to training, says Kash, who is an instructor in Montgomery and offers private lessons as well → Read More

Tonea Stewart: Actress & retired Alabama State dean and educator returns for tribute show Saturday

ASU alumni in theatre and dance are back to reprise roles for night in Stewart's honor → Read More

Five exceptional families honored by Family Guidance Center of Alabama

Five area families from Montgomery, Pike Road, Hope Hull and Opelika were recently honored as the 2019 Families of the Year → Read More

Ruby: Little girl's stance against racism on stage at Alabama Shakespeare Festival

Alabama Shakespeare Festival production of Ruby Bridges' first year in school runs through March 22 → Read More

Honor in the ink: Melissa B. Tubbs' drawings are awards for Montgomery area businesses that support arts

This is the second time Tubbs has been asked to create the awards for Montgomery Area Business Committee for the Arts; Ceremony is on Nov. 7 → Read More