Women's Basketball Guard Named All-American

Grant Funds Health Care Career Training at Cambridge Campus

Music Faculty Anderson Elected President-Elect of MN Music Educators Association

College Offers Free Suicide Prevention Workshop April 29

College Presents Reading/Discussion with Author Scott Wrobel, April 23

College Contributes $327 Million, 3,235 Jobs to Regional Economy

Anoka-Ramsey Women’s Basketball Team Wins Region XIIIA Championship

Open Houses: April 2 and 4

College Offers Minnesota Manufacturing and 21st Century Career Paths Discussion, April 17

Kent Hanson Named President of Anoka-Ramsey Community College

Cambridge Campus Student Newspaper Wins Top Award

College Invites Public to Attend Anti-Science: A Challenge to Modern Science, March 7

College proudly presents The Last Night of Ballyhoo Feb. 28 - March 3

Anoka-Ramsey Provides Free, Public Screening of Latina Film, Quita Mitos, March 5

College Annual Scholardazzle Fundraiser Sets New Fundraising Record

Theatre Students Gain Experience/Distinctions at Largest Region Theatre Festival

Cast Announced for College Production of Last Night of Ballyhoo, Feb. 28 – March 3

College Presents Free, Public Discussion with Penumbra Theater, Feb. 27

Public Invited to Ceramics Workshops at College, Feb. 13 and Feb 25

Need a Good Laugh? Urinetown Playing at College, Feb. 8 – 16

Three Semifinalists for President of Anoka-Ramsey Community College and Anoka Technical College Named

Scholardazzle Jan. 25 Offers Opportunity to Support Community

Three College Faculty Members Earn State Arts Grants

Join College for Candlelight Ski Feb. 2

College Invites Public to Music Building Grand Opening, Jan. 14

Support Higher Education in the Community: Attend or Support Scholardazzle Scholarship Fundraiser, Jan. 25

Cast Announced for Winter Musical

Cast Announced for College Production of Urinetown, Feb. 8 - 16

January 03, 2013

Twenty-two talented Anoka-Ramsey Community College students have been cast in the college’s winter production of Urinetown, scheduled to hit the stage at the Performing Arts Center (Coon Rapids Campus): Feb.  8, 9, 14, 15 and 16 at 7:30 p.m.

  • Quinn Bradley, graduate of Totino-Grace High School: Billy Boy Bill
  • Renee Chizek, graduate of Fridley High School, Penelope Pennywise
  • Salomey Dankwah, graduate of Watertown-Mayer High School: Cladwell Secretary
  • Christa Ferguson, graduate of George Whitefield Academy: Mrs. Millenium
  • Robert Fix-Kelther, graduate of Coon Rapids High School: Robby the Stockfish
  • Taylor Geisness, graduate of Main Street School of Performance Arts: Tiny Tom
  • Jonathan Hall: UGC Executive
  • Trevor Healy, graduate of Blaine High School: Mr. McQueen
  • Kort Lindblad, graduate of Fridley High School: Old Man Strong
  • Stephanie Manion, graduate of Blaine high School: Soupy Sue
  • Emily Moulds, graduate of Elk River High School: Ma (Josephine) Strong
  • Emily Picardi, graduate of Andover High School: Hope Cladwell
  • Autumn Sisson, graduate of Anoka High School: Little Sally
  • Jarome Smith, graduate of Blaine High School: Bobby Strong
  • Phil Smith, graduate of Spring Lake Park high School: Officer Lockstock
  • Melissa Rijos, graduate of Redondo Union: UGC Executive
  • Sierra Steenhoven, Home Schooled: UCG Executive
  • Jasper Thomas, Graduate of Pine City High School: Senator Fipp
  • Mandi Trandem, graduate of St. Francis High School: Little Becky Two Shoes
  • Conrad Ward, graduate of Blaine High School: Hot Blades Harry
  • Chris Woodbury, graduate of Blaine High School: Officer Barrel
  • Ted Yang, graduate of Blaine High School: Caldwell Cladwell

The Anoka-Ramsey production of Urinetown will be directed by Speech faculty member, Scott Ford.

Considered one of the most uproariously funny musicals in recent years, Urinetown is a hilarious tale of greed, corruption, love and revolution in a time when water is worth its weight in gold. In a Gotham-like city, a terrible water shortage, caused by a 20-year drought, has led to a government-enforced ban on private toilets. The citizens must use public amenities, regulated by a single malevolent company that profits by charging admission for one of humanity's most basic needs. Amid the people, a hero decides he's had enough, and plans a revolution to lead them all to freedom.

Tickets are $8 in advance at the college bookstore, online at (Buy Tickets Now), or at the door an hour prior to the performance.