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ROMEO AND JULIET Plays The Shakespeare Tavern 2/3-3/6
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jan 28, 2011

The Atlanta Shakespeare Company at The New American Shakespeare Tavern presents an all new production of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

Photo Coverage: 'Star Wars' in Concert
by Kelly Cameron - Apr 24, 2010

Star Wars: In Concert comes to London for one day only on July 25th at the John Labatt Centre. Fresh off a very successful European Tour the show returns to North America to dazzle audiences with a full size symphony, choir and one of the largest LED screens ever featured on the tour.

The Sheldon Gallery Presents The Jesuit Influence on Baroque Architecture Feb 19 - May 15
by Chris Gibson - Feb 2, 2010

This exhibition of over 35 photographs and accompanying texts provides an overview of some of the most glorious Baroque and Baroque-inspired churches found in Italy , the Czech Republic , Mexico , Austria , and the United States . A collaborative project, the photographs were taken by John William Nagel and the descriptive texts were written by St. Louis University art historian Maurice McNamee, S.J. between 1990 and 2006.

Sheldon Art Gallery Announces Five New Exhibits this Winter
by Chris Gibson - Dec 4, 2009

The Sheldon Art Galleries announces the Winter/Spring 2010 opening of five new exhibits. Join us for an opening reception on Friday, February 19 from 5-7 p.m.! Gallery hours are Tuesdays, Noon - 8 p.m.; Wednesdays - Fridays, Noon - 5 p.m.; Saturdays, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. and one hour prior to Sheldon performances and during intermission.

FANTASY FOOTBALL:THE MUSICAL?
by Eddie Varley - Oct 9, 2009

There's a good reason for the question mark that is included in the title of FANTASY FOOTBALL: THE MUSICAL? which was part of the New York Musical Theater Festival. It's a 90 minute show that meanders for a good half hour before it decides on what it wants to be-and even then it isn't quite certain.

Theatre Notables Sondheim, Ziegfield, Simon & More Amongst 'New York City 400'
by Robert Diamond - Sep 10, 2009

The NYC400 is the first-ever list of New York City's ultimate movers and shakers since the City's founding?from politics, the arts, business, sports, science, and entertainment.

LIVE BROADCAST To Be Presented At 2009 NYC Fringe Festival Beginning 8/15
by BWW News Desk - Aug 15, 2009

Live Broadcast, a play by John William Schiffbauer, will be presented at the 13th Annual New York International Fringe Festival, a production of The Present Company. Erica Ruff will produce the presentation, which will be directed by Melissa Attebery. The cast will feature Andrea Day, Kyle Knauf, Amanda Brooke Lerner, and John William Schiffbauer. Live Broadcast was previously work-shopped as part of the Manhattan Repertory Theatre's Fall Play Festival in October 2008.

LIVE BROADCAST To Be Presented At 2009 NYC Fringe Festival Beginning 8/15
by Charlie Piane - Aug 9, 2009

Live Broadcast, a play by John William Schiffbauer, will be presented at the 13th Annual New York International Fringe Festival, a production of The Present Company. Erica Ruff will produce the presentation, which will be directed by Melissa Attebery. The cast will feature Andrea Day, Kyle Knauf, Amanda Brooke Lerner, and John William Schiffbauer. Live Broadcast was previously work-shopped as part of the Manhattan Repertory Theatre's Fall Play Festival in October 2008.

The Pearl Theater Co Presents TARTUFFE, Opens 3/30
by BWW News Desk - Mar 30, 2009

THE PEARL THEATRE COMPANY is pleased to present the fourth play of its 25 th Anniversary Season; Moli?re's riotous comedy Tartuffe. The production will open March 30, 2009. This wickedly gleeful comedy offers the story of the hypocritical Tartuffe and his designs on the affluent (and painfully gullible) Orgon. Orgon's family must find a way to break Tartuffe's hold on them before they lose everything - and it won't be easy. In THE PEARL THEATRE COMPANY'S production of Tartuffe, Moli?re's madcap dance of cunning plans and comic irrationality, the question is: what will win the day - blind faith or common sense? 'This translation is Richard Wilbur's masterpeice', says Tartuffe Director, Gus Kaikkonen. In this revival, Kaikkonen plans to explore what happens when an entire family combats each other, all in the name of love.

The Pearl Theater Co Presents TARTUFFE, Opens 3/30
by Gabrielle Sierra - Feb 17, 2009

THE PEARL THEATRE COMPANY is pleased to present the fourth play of its 25 th Anniversary Season; Moli?re's riotous comedy Tartuffe. The production will open March 30, 2009. This wickedly gleeful comedy offers the story of the hypocritical Tartuffe and his designs on the affluent (and painfully gullible) Orgon. Orgon's family must find a way to break Tartuffe's hold on them before they lose everything - and it won't be easy. In THE PEARL THEATRE COMPANY'S production of Tartuffe, Moli?re's madcap dance of cunning plans and comic irrationality, the question is: what will win the day - blind faith or common sense? 'This translation is Richard Wilbur's masterpeice', says Tartuffe Director, Gus Kaikkonen. In this revival, Kaikkonen plans to explore what happens when an entire family combats each other, all in the name of love.

A Night of Magic Starring Linda Eder
by Steve Leary - Feb 24, 2008

Last evening, the Rosemont Theatre was nearly full to capacity with fans of Linda Eder and the Chicagoland Pops Orchestra.

Casting Announced for Columbia Stages' As You Like It
by BWW News Desk - Jan 10, 2007

Columbia Stages will present 'As You Like It,' at the Theater at Riverside Church January 24th-27th. Casting has just been announced.

ACTLab Premieres Funny and Moving Absurdist Play WORSE THAN TIGERS
by Tyler Peterson - Jan 1, 2001

MOVIE STAR AND THE MOBSTER is Released
by Christina Mancuso - Jan 1, 2001

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ On the rainy night of April 4, 1958, inside Lana Turner's rented home in Beverly Hills, the body of gangster Johnny Stompanato lay motionless. With only a small knife wound in his upper abdomen, hidden beneath his clothes, one might think he was only sleeping, but he was dead.

Photo Flash: First Look at LOVE'S LABOR'S LOST at Quintessence Theatre
by - Jan 1, 2000

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