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The National Tour of HAIR Will Perform at the Marcus Center in Milwaukee 2/27
February 27, 2011

HAIR: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical is playing its last performance at the Marcus Center on February 27. This Milwaukee engagement is presented by Broadway Across America-Milwaukee and the Marcus Center as part of the Time Warner Cable Broadway at the Marcus Center Series.
25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE Closes at Paper Mill Playhouse, 2/13
February 13, 2011

The Paper Mill Playhouse (Mark S. Hoebee-Producing Artistic Director, Todd Schmidt-Managing Director) production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee will close on February 13. The production is directed by Marc Bruni, with choreography by Wendy Seyb.
Mac Gollehon to Play at Port 41, 2/3
February 3, 2011

Mac Gollehon to play at Port 41 on Thursday Feb. 3rd at 8pm featuring Mac Gollehon on trumpet and trombone, Michael Grey on trombone, Noriko Kamo on organ, and Craig Haynes on drums. Port 41 is located at 355 W. 41st St. For more information call 212-947-1188 or visit http://www.port41bar.com/. There is a $10 cover charge. Visit http://www.mac-nyc.com/ for more information regarding Mac Gollehon's new CD, 'Straight Ahead,' featuring Mac Gollehon, Ron McClure, Ronnie Cuber, Victor Lewis, Warren Smith. American Showplace Street Date: 2011.
25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE Cast Announced at Paper Mill Playhouse, 1/19-2/13
January 19, 2011

Paper Mill Playhouse (Mark S. Hoebee-Producing Artistic Director, Todd Schmidt-Managing Director) is proud to announce casting for The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Directed by Marc Bruni, with choreography by Wendy Seyb, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee will run at the Millburn theatre from January 19 through February 13, 2010. Family Week is January 19 to January 23 and during this period children's tickets are half off the regular price (certain restrictions apply). This show is recommended for patrons 13 years and older.
Goodman Theatre Hosts Chicago Screening of Spalding Gray Biopic 'And Everything Is Going Fine' 1/18
January 18, 2011

Goodman Theatre is proud to announce the Chicago screening of Steven Soderbergh's art house biopic, 'And Everything Is Going Fine,' about the life and work of the late celebrated monologist Spalding Gray, presented by IFC Films. This 89-minute film, declared 'a valuable coda to the storyteller's cinematic legacy' (The Hollywood Reporter), features footage from Gray's numerous stage appearances at the old Goodman Theatre between 1985 and 1999.
Howard County Center for the Arts Features Two New Exhibits, Fastidious Studies & Source 1/14-2/25
January 14, 2011

The Howard County Arts Council announces the opening on January 14, 2011 of two new exhibits in the galleries at the Howard County Center for the Arts Gallery I will showcase three Maryland artists who have used light as a subject matter. The exhibit, entitled Source, features a video installation by Symmes Gardner, selfilluminated light totems and wall sculptures by Melissa Burley, and stunningly simple black & white photography by Lynn Silverman. In Gallery II, small and meticulous is the theme in Fastidious Studies with embroidery pieces by Catonsville artist Suzanne Herbert-Forton, photography by Maryland artist Anne Chan, and sculpture by North Dakota artist Donovan Widmer.
BG5 Prepares for New Single Release, Tour and TV this Fall
January 10, 2011

California girls BEACH GIRL5 are preparing to make waves worldwide with the November 30th US release and January 10th UK release of the club banging single, SCRATCH. The girls are ready to take the world by storm beginning with a five-week road trip across the UK and a 15-city American tour starting in November. With a long line of credits including opening for Justin Beiber and Selena Gomez at this year's PopCon as well as having their debut album produced by Armato/James, who have worked with the great pop talents including Miley Cyrus and Mariah Carey, BG5 is ready to prolong a summer of fun with the contagious and fresh single, Scratch.
Special Angels in America Performance to benefit Empire State Pride Agenda Scheduled for 1/6
January 6, 2011

A second set of tickets have been released for the January 6, 2011 benefit performance of ANGELS IN AMERICA, Part 1: Millennium Approaches and this may be your only chance to see this incredible work!
Jubilee Theatre Announces Return of GOD'S TROMBONES for 30th Anniversary Season 11/19-12/26
December 26, 2010

God's Trombones returns to the Jubilee Theatre stage later this month as the premier musical production of the 30th Anniversary Season. Created by Jubilee founder Rudy Eastman and composer Douglas Balentine, God's Trombones has entertained audiences since 1990.
Goodman Theatre Hosts Chicago Screening of Spalding Gray Biopic 'And Everything Is Going Fine' 1/18
December 22, 2010

Goodman Theatre is proud to announce the Chicago screening of Steven Soderbergh's art house biopic, 'And Everything Is Going Fine,' about the life and work of the late celebrated monologist Spalding Gray, presented by IFC Films. This 89-minute film, declared 'a valuable coda to the storyteller's cinematic legacy' (The Hollywood Reporter), features footage from Gray's numerous stage appearances at the old Goodman Theatre between 1985 and 1999.
Howard County Center for the Arts Features Two New Exhibits, Fastidious Studies & Source 1/14-2/25
December 21, 2010

The Howard County Arts Council announces the opening on January 14, 2011 of two new exhibits in the galleries at the Howard County Center for the Arts Gallery I will showcase three Maryland artists who have used light as a subject matter. The exhibit, entitled Source, features a video installation by Symmes Gardner, selfilluminated light totems and wall sculptures by Melissa Burley, and stunningly simple black & white photography by Lynn Silverman. In Gallery II, small and meticulous is the theme in Fastidious Studies with embroidery pieces by Catonsville artist Suzanne Herbert-Forton, photography by Maryland artist Anne Chan, and sculpture by North Dakota artist Donovan Widmer.
FringeNYC Hit CLEMENZA & TESSIO ARE DEAD Returns For 12 Shows Only 12/2-12/19
December 19, 2010

Fresh from its sold-out run at the 2009 New York International Fringe Festival, Gregg Greenberg's comedy-drama CLEMENZA & TESSIO ARE DEAD returns with a look at mob life from the bottom up. Starring Frank Senger*, Anthony Gallo and Troy Dane*, this tale of two men's attempts to climb the criminal corporate ladder begins performances December 2nd at the Shell Theater, at 300 West 43rd Street. The show is directed by Frank Senger and produced by Gregg Greenberg. The production is an Equity Showcase.
DRIVING MISS DAISY Screening to be Shown Following 'Monday Nights with Oscar' 12/13
December 13, 2010

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 'Monday Nights with Oscar' will close the year with a screening of 'Driving Miss Daisy' (1989), on Monday, December 13, at 7 p.m. at the Academy Theater at Lighthouse International in New York City. Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Alfred Uhry, who received an Adapted Screenplay Oscar for 'Driving Miss Daisy,' will join the film's director, two-time Academy Award nominee Bruce Beresford, in an onstage discussion about the original play's journey from Off-Broadway hit to Best Picture-winning film. The play's current revival marks its Broadway debut.
WICKED Breaks Canadian Box Office Record at Toronto's Canon Theatre 10/21-11/28
December 7, 2010

The Broadway smash WICKED, which ran October 21 - November 28 at Toronto's Canon Theatre, shattered its own house record five times. For the week ending November 28th, the musical grossed $1,986,319 making it the highest-grossing week for a touring Broadway show in Canadian history. Over its sold-out, 6-week engagement, WICKED took in $11,459,475, grossing over $1,900,000 in 3 of those weeks.
NVOH Presents Performing Pets, Comedian Dana Carvey, and Jazz Musician David Benoit 12/3-12/21
December 5, 2010

Napa Valley Opera House Presents Performing Pets, Comedian Dana Carvey, and Jazz Musician David Benoit this December.
Southern Theater Holds Benefit Event for Krista Langberg, Terry Chance, and Family 12/4
December 4, 2010

The benefit event is a benefit for Krista Langberg, Terry Chance, and their family. Krista, a longtime member of the Minnesota dance community, and her husband Terry are both battling cancer. This event is a 100% volunteer effort, including the generous contribution of the Southern Theater as a venue. All donations go directly to Krista and Terry and their family.
Utah Cultural Center Winter Market Features Handmade Artisan Treasures, 12/4
December 4, 2010

Utah Cultural Celebration Center presents the Winter Arts Market on Saturday, December 4, 2010 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at 1355 West 3100 South West Valley City, UT 84119.
NVOH Presents Performing Pets, Comedian Dana Carvey, and Jazz Musician David Benoit 12/3-12/21
December 3, 2010

Napa Valley Opera House Presents Performing Pets, Comedian Dana Carvey, and Jazz Musician David Benoit this December.
Special Angels in America Performance to benefit Empire State Pride Agenda Scheduled for 1/6
December 2, 2010

A second set of tickets have been released for the January 6, 2011 benefit performance of ANGELS IN AMERICA, Part 1: Millennium Approaches and this may be your only chance to see this incredible work!


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