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Review: SOMETHING MOVING: A MEDITATION ON MAYNARD at Ford's Theatre

There may be no better town for political drama than Washington, and no theater more historically consequential than Ford’s Theatre, where Lincoln was assassinated 158 years ago.
Photos: First Look at Pearl Cleage's SOMETHING MOVING: A MEDITATION ON MAYNARD at Ford's Theatre

Get a first look at photos of Pearl Cleage's Something Moving: A Meditation on Maynard at Ford's Theatre, and learn how to purchase tickets!
Cast and Creatives Set For Pearl Cleage's SOMETHING MOVING: A MEDITATION ON MAYNARD at Ford's Theatre Society

Ford's Theatre Director Paul R. Tetreault today announced the cast and creative team for the world premiere of Pearl Cleage's Something Moving: A Meditation on Maynard, directed by Seema Sueko (Silent Sky).
'Kids In The Rotunda' Spring Season Wraps Up This Month With Four Family-Friendly Shows

Kids in the Rotunda, Madison's favorite family-friendly Saturday arts performance series, wraps up its 2022/23 season on Overture Center's Rotunda stage in April with four popular returning local artists and groups.
Review: NINE NIGHT at Round House Theatre

Past secrets and traditions are remembered, present feelings and resentments are exposed, and future plans collide when the death of a beloved matriarch (of a Jamaican -British family) shatters the strictures of daily life for the celebration of Nine Night (a celebration of family/friends, food, and music for the departed).
Overture Kicks Off Free 2022/23 'Kids In The Rotunda' Series In October

Kids in the Rotunda, Madison's favorite family-friendly Saturday arts performance series, kicks off its 2022/23 season on Overture Center's Rotunda stage next month, starting with a returning favorite, Black Star Drum Line, on Saturday, Oct. 1.
Photos: Governor JB Pritzker and Mayor Lori Lightfoot at Liz and Eric Lefkofsky Arts and Education Center

Illinois Governor JB Pritzker and Chicago Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot attended the dedication ceremony and ribbon cutting for Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s new Liz and Eric Lefkofsky Arts and Education Center.
PHILADELPHIA RESTAURANT GUIDE-Thanksgiving Dinner, Meal Kits, Pies to-go, Cooking Classes and More

Check out the many opportunities to enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday in Philadelphia. Now is the time to make your plans. Whether you’re going solo, with family or friends, there’s something for everyone in the City of Brotherly Love.
BWW Review: Ford's Theatre's FENCES - A Fascinating, New Take On A Wilson Classic

It won't be the novelty of these plays that will continue to draw us to Wilson's compelling portraits of the Hill District in Pittsburgh; it will be his indelibly drawn characters given new life by artists putting their own personal stamp on his work. August Wilson is meant to be savored live; he can't be contained in a damned DVD box. And with local heroes like Craig Wallace and Erika Rose as the headliners, it's not to be missed.
Photo Flash: Ford's Theatre Society Presents August Wilson's FENCES

Ford's Theatre Society presents August  Wilson's Fences, directed by Timothy Douglas— one of the foremost interpreters of Wilson's work.
Ford's Theatre Announces Cast of FENCES

Ford's Theatre Society announced full casting and the design team for August Wilson's Fences, directed by Timothy Douglasa?" one of the foremost interpreters of Wilson's work.
Goodman Theatre Celebrates Raising Over $800,000 at Starstruck Gala

More than 450 guests were starstruck at Goodman Theatre's May 18 Spring Gala, headlined by Broadway star and Tony Award nominee Megan Hilty. The black-tie event, held at the Fairmont Chicago, raised more than $800,000 to support the theater's Education and Community Engagement programs. The gala was co-chaired by Teri and Doug Brown and Carole Wood and Carl Jenkins. The Goodman's "Starstruck" Spring Gala was presented by The Women's Board.
Milwaukee Rep's TWO TRAINS RUNNING Begins April 16

Milwaukee Repertory Theater's 65th Anniversary Season concludes in the Quadracci Powerhouse with Two Trains Running, part of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson's trailblazing American Century Cycle, April 16 - May 12, 2019.
Casting Announced For Final Shows In The 2018/19 Season At Milwaukee Rep

Milwaukee Repertory Theater announces the complete cast and creative teams for the 2018/19 Season final Spring shows including Ring of Fire, Every Brilliant Thing, and Two Trains Running. 
Megan Hilty Set to Headline Goodman Gala This Spring

Goodman Theatre announces Megan Hilty, Broadway star and Tony Award nominee, will headline its "Starstruck" spring fundraising gala. For one night only, the multifaceted songstress brings her talent and charisma to a set of musical theater favorites and classic standards.
Sony/ATV's Writing Camps Generate Over 300 Sync Licenses

Sony/ATV Music Publishing has today revealed that it has to date issued more than 300 sync licenses on behalf of its songwriters for original songs and recordings created at the company's sync writing camps.
Maltz Jupiter Theatre To Host Benefit Concert Featuring Tony Award Winner Rachel Bay Jones

You know her from her triumphant Tony Award-winning role as Heidi Hansen in the Broadway phenomenon Dear Evan Hansen. On Saturday, November 17, Jones will take audiences on an expansive musical journey at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre's sixth annual Tony Award winner benefit concert series
BWW Review: DC-Area Premiere of Fugard's THE PAINTED ROCKS AT REVOLVER CREEK at MetroStage

For more than 60 years, Athol Fugard has helped us explore South Africa through his complex, flawed, and empathetic characters. He is one of the most significant voices of our time. Fugard's most recent work, The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek, makes its DC-area premiere at MetroStage. When Producing Artistic Director Carolyn Griffin slated The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek as MetroStage's season opener, little did she know that an August tweet would thrust South African farm ownership and race relations firmly back into the world spotlight.
Photo Flash: Echo Theatre Presents Final Production of HER SONG

Each February, the team at Echo Theatre transforms the historic Art Deco Bath House Cultural Center into a 1930's-style supper club entertainment venue, complete with a live band, dance floor, musical/dance revue, food, drink, and libations! Audiences enjoy an entertainment experience unlike anything they've seen or heard as the fictional Echo Room supper club celebrates the great women songwriters of the first half of the 20th Century. HER SONG is unique entertainment and a perfect night out for Valentine's Month! "World-Famous" Entertainers! Dancers! Sparkling Wine! Eats!  All at the Historic Bath House Cultural Center on the glittering shores of White Rock Lake.

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