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Opened: January 11, 1971
Closing: unknown

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SALVATION ROAD to be Presented at Diego City College in October by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 22, 2023

San Diego City College Drama Program presents 'Salvation Road' by D.W. Gregory. The play explores the line between faith and fanaticism as siblings try to bring their sister back from a charismatic church.

Yoke Lore Releases Debut Album Toward 'A Never Ending New Beginning' by Michael Major - Sep 22, 2023

Last month, Yoke Lore embarked on the 23-date ‘Holy Havoc’ World Tour, which has seen the artist selling out numerous dates coast-to-coast including Irving Plaza in New York City and Metro in Chicago. The first leg of the tour concludes tomorrow in Vancouver, BC. It will continue in October, with the singer heading to Australia.

Review: PROFESSOR SUNSHINE'S TRAVELING POST-APOCALYPTIC ROCK 'N ROLL REVIVAL at Blue Strawberry Showroom and Lounge by James Lindhorst - Sep 21, 2023

Kelly Howe follows up her incredible performance as Linda Ronstadt with another dynamic rock ‘n roll performance highlighting her immense range. She uses every type of timbre and quality from falsetto to chest/head voice and belt. While the song set won’t be revealed in this review in order to keep some of the mysterious fun of production, Howe does get to tear into the music of Jimi Hendrix, The Animals, Led Zeppelin, Tears for Fears, Patti Smith and Roy Orbison. Howe’s big voice delivers and rocks the house in a Stevie Nicks-esque performance. The music she and Hanrahan chose to include in this show offers something for everyone across generations of music lovers. The musical highlight of the night was 1978 hit “Because the Night” by The Patti Smith Band that was again covered in 1993 by 10,000 Maniacs featuring Natalie Merchant on vocals. Howe slayed this song while the audience nodded along with the drumbeat. One thing is certain, Howe knows how to deliver a rock ‘n roll song with grand panache.

Sinach Comes to South Africa in October by Stephi Wild - Sep 20, 2023

Internationally acclaimed Nigerian gospel music sensation, Sinach will be making her way to South Africa for a much-anticipated performance at Centre Court, Emperors Palace (Kempton Park, Johannesburg) on Sunday, 29th of October. Learn more about the concert and how to get tickets here!

RESET Comes to Moving Arts Next Month by Stephi Wild - Sep 20, 2023

Moving Arts presents Reset, a Sci-Fi morality play about a man who thinks he’s at a self-help retreat that turns instead into a mind-bending experiment set to reveal the truths of what the future may hold for him. Learn more about the play and how to get tickets here!

Review: THE SOUND INSIDE at Pasadena Playhouse by Evan Henerson - Sep 19, 2023

when you’ve got a guy like Adam Rapp writing a cerebral two-handed dance between a Yale creative writing professor and her enigmatic new student, and you pepper it with scribes ranging from Dostoevsky to  Anne Tyler, and you give the whole shebang to the Pasadena Playhouse and cast Amy Brenneman in the lead role, well, what’s not to like.

Vide: Reyna Roberts Releases Music Video For 'Miranda' Off Her Debut Album 'Bad Girl Bible, Vol 1' by Michael Major - Sep 19, 2023

'Miranda' was inspired by Johnny Cash, Beyonce, and Miranda Lambert. Their artistry has raised me and raised my sound. So, you have this whole new unique style of country. I wanted to have the symbolic ring of fire, dressed in all black, like Johnny Cash, and on the run, and in love like a country version of Beyoncé and Jay-Z.” Watch the video!

Williamston Theatre to Present COMEDY IN BILLTOWN Next Month by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 17, 2023

Williamston Theatre presents Comedy in Billtown, a new second-stage program featuring stand-up comedy. Tickets are now on sale.

Reading Into It- Broadway Books for 2024 by Nicole Rosky - Sep 16, 2023

A new Broadway season is on its way, full of exciting new shows and revivals of beloved classics. While many of them are original concepts or based on plays, five are based on books that you can add to your reading list today.

New Productions Of Shaw and Sartre Kickoff A Salvation And Damnation Repertory For Quintessence Theatre Group by Stephi Wild - Sep 12, 2023

Quintessence Theatre Group launches Season XIV of epic theatre with George Bernard Shaw’s stinging comedy Major Barbara and Jean-Paul Sartre’s fierce take on the afterlife, No Exit. Learn more about the shows, and find out how to get tickets here!

Reyna Roberts Releases Her Debut Album 'Bad Girl Bible, Vol 1' by Michael Major - Sep 11, 2023

Focus track off the album “Miranda” was inspired by Miranda Lambert, Johnny Cash and Beyonce, with those influences also being seen in the upcoming music video for “Miranda” set for release on September 18th. This new album follows the success of previously released singles off the album “Country Club” “One Way Street,” and “Louisiana.'

Darren Day Joins the Cast of EVERYBODY'S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE by Stephi Wild - Sep 6, 2023

Darren Day will join the cast of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie as Hugo/Loco Chanelle from 21 November – 30 December 2023. Learn more about the show and how to get tickets to see Darren Day here!

A BEAUTIFUL NOISE on Broadway- A Complete Guide by Sidney Paterra - Sep 2, 2023

Looking for all the latest info on one of Broadway's hottest shows? BroadwayWorld has the full scoop on everything that you need to know about A Beautiful Noise on Broadway. Check out all the details below!

A PUBLIC PRIVATE PRAYER Comes to Ursinus Fringe Festival by Stephi Wild - Sep 1, 2023

After playing multiple festivals in New York City, Grant Bowen’s one-person show A Public Private Prayer will make its debut in Pennsylvania, in a new production directed by Caroline Potter Shriver. Grant is still trying to figure out whether he believes that God exists or not. Now he's resorting to one last  tactic...talking to God Himself! Through revisiting his personal stories, Grant will explore  his doubt and hopefully find real salvation.  

Review: CLYDE'S Nourishes Our Souls at Capital Stage by Courtney Symes - Aug 30, 2023

Capital Stage begins its 2023/2024 season theme of True Identity with socially relevant and thought-provoking theatre in the form of Lynn Nottage’s Tony Award-nominated play, Clyde’s. This 2022 hit is fresh, funny, and full of questions. Do your past choices define who you are, or can you reinvent your true identity?

Theater for the New City to Present New Play TAKEDOWN in September by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 29, 2023

Discover the powerful and realistic family drama 'Takedown' at Theater for the New City, running from Sept. 21 to Oct. 1. Experience the struggles, love, and wrestling of a grieving family as they navigate life and find redemption.

The Cranberries Reissues 'To the Faithful Departed' as Remastered Deluxe Edition by Michael Major - Aug 29, 2023

The Cranberries’ monumental third album To The Faithful Departed will be reissued as a deluxe edition on vinyl and CD on October 13, 2023 via Island/UMe. Selling over six million copies worldwide and reaching Number One in six countries, it became the band’s highest-charting album on the U.S. Billboard Top 200.

Esperanza Arts Center Reveals Lineup For The 2023-2024 Season by Stephi Wild - Aug 29, 2023

Esperanza Arts Center has announced its lineup for the 2023-2024 season. This year, EAC proudly shines a spotlight on the exceptional contributions of Latin Women artists as part of its annual VOCES series.

Feature: The Infernal Partnership of Peter Fenton and Avery Kellington by G K Schatzman - Aug 28, 2023

As their dark comedy Abandon All Hope sets up for a Philadelphia run at Beacon Church, writer/producer Peter Fenton and actor/producer Avery Kellington share backstory on the play's creation and their own creative partnership.

Vallis Alps Releases Debut Album 'Cleave' by Michael Major - Aug 24, 2023

Channelling the smash of Glass Animals and Biig Piig, with notes of Pretty Girl’s digital soul to Flume’s clanging percussion, Vallis Alps unveil a unique prism of electro-pop. Cleave is as sonically diverse as the stories that unfurl, balancing the affecting with club-thumping. They'll also embark on a headline tour across the US this fall.

The Brick Announces Peek Pique Peak Featuring Four Evenings Of Split Bills, Running September 7-10 by A.A. Cristi - Aug 23, 2023

The Brick presents Peek Pique Peak: Split Bills featuring Phillip Christian Smith, lumberob, Lena Engelstein and Jo Warren, Rose Tang, and Nathan Repasz, September 7-10.

EXORCISTIC The Rock Musical Extends At The Three Clubs Hollywood by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 22, 2023

Get ready to be thrilled by the must-see rock musical experience of 2023! EXORCISTIC The Rock Musical returns to The Three Clubs Hollywood for a limited run, featuring powerhouse rock tunes, iconic imagery, and a talented cast. Book your tickets now!

Reyna Roberts To Release Debut Album 'Bad Girl Bible, Vol 1' in September by Michael Major - Aug 21, 2023

For the release of “One Way Street” Roberts partnered with Nashville-based company, The General Insurance in its initiative to support rising artists. They unveiled The General Sound Studio™ and are collaborating with Epic Records to provide national exposure and give up-and-coming artists their big break.

DRAG RACE GERMANY to Premiere in September on WOW Presents Plus by Michael Major - Aug 15, 2023

“Drag Race Germany” marks the first German version of the Emmy-Award-winning franchise, and will feature 11 fierce queens from across Germany, Austria and Switzerland, including: Barbie Q, Kelly Heelton, LéLé Cocoon, Loreley Rivers, Metamorkid, Nikita Vegaz, Pandora Nox, Tessa Testicle, The Only Naomy, Victoria Shakespears, and Yvonne Nightstand.

Review: GUYS AND DOLLS Resurrects the Golden Age at Benedum Center by Greg Kerestan - Aug 15, 2023

The time period may be ambiguous in the classic Damon Runyon musical, but the laughs are undeniable.

Wadada Leo Smith Premieres 4-Day Work AMERICA TRANSFORMED At Brooklyn College, September 8�"11 by A.A. Cristi - Aug 14, 2023

At 81 years of age, Wadada Leo Smith is deep in the midst of the most creative and prolific period of an already formidable career.

Award-Winning Modern Love Story IKARIA to Embark on UK Tour by A.A. Cristi - Aug 14, 2023

Writer-director Philippa Lawford's debut play Ikaria is set to tour the UK this autumn, after a critically acclaimed London run in 2022.

Cast and Creative Team Announced For World Premiere Of HONOR By William R. Duell by A.A. Cristi - Aug 14, 2023

honor, a psychological drama written by William R. Duell, will make its world premiere this Fall in a limited engagement at the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre at A.R.T./New York Theatres, 502 West 53rd St. (at 10th Ave), NYC, October 1-29, 2023. 

Darren Day, Hannah-Jane Fox & More Complete the Cast of CLOSE UP - THE TWIGGY MUSICAL by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 14, 2023

Discover the latest additions to the cast of THE TWIGGY MUSICAL, including Darren Day and Hannah-Jane Fox. Find out when and where this highly anticipated production will be held, and secure your tickets to experience this sensational musical firsthand. Don't miss out - book your seats now!

Cast and Creatives Set for World Premiere of HONOR by William R. Duell at A.R.T./New York Theatres by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 14, 2023

Discover the casting and creatives for the highly anticipated world premiere of 'honor' by William R. Duell. Get your tickets now!

Sinach Will Perform in South Africa This Month by Stephi Wild - Aug 14, 2023

In a symphony of resounding harmony and soul-stirring melodies, internationally acclaimed Nigerian gospel music sensation, Sinach will be making her way to South Africa for a one day only performance at Centre Court, Emperors Palace on Sunday, 27th of August.

Melissa Rose's BAGGAGE to Play The United Solo Festival in October by Blair Ingenthron - Aug 12, 2023

Written and performed by Melissa Rose, directed by Mia Vance and accompanied by music from Cullen Vance, Baggage recounts the story of the playwright's experiences as a touring spoken word artist in the United States and Europe.

Previews: Midnight Company to Present PROFESSOR SUNSHINE'S TRAVELING POST-APOCALYPTIC ROCK 'N ROLL REVIVAL at The Blue Strawberry Showroom And Lounge by James Lindhorst - Aug 12, 2023

Kelly Howe and Joe Hanrahan, the creative minds behind the blockbuster Linda Ronstadt show JUST ONE LOOK are premiering a brand-new narrative driven cabaret show titled PROFESSOR SUNSHINE’S TRAVELING POST-APOCALYPTIC ROCK AND ROLL REVIVAL on September 20th and 23rd at The Blue Strawberry in St. Louis. Loosely based on Old West Traveling shows, PROFESSOR SUNSHINE’S TRAVELING POST-APOCALYPTIC ROCK AND ROLL REVIVAL will feature the music of Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Patti Smith and more.

Review: MAKESHIFTS AND REALITIES, Finborough Theatre by Alexander Cohen - Aug 14, 2023

Unearthed after decades, could this new production of two once lost plays be more than a museum piece?

Review: GODSPELL at Tower Groves Abbey by Rob Levy - Aug 11, 2023

Powerful and prophetic, Stray Dog Theatre’s Godspell is a welcome redux filled with great performances, excellent choreography, robust numbers, and even some smoke.

Love And War Erupt In Quintessence Theatre Group's 14th Season At The Sedgwick Theater by A.A. Cristi - Aug 9, 2023

Quintessence Theatre Group, Northwest Philadelphia's first professional theatre company, has produced classic works of theatre for 13 years on stage at the historic Sedgwick Theater in the neighborhood of Mt. Airy. Season XIV includes six epic productions, four in repertory, on the lasting themes of love and war.

Discussion Events And Online Programmes Set For Edinburgh International Film Festival 2023 by Stephi Wild - Aug 9, 2023

Edinburgh International Film Festival, this year hosted by the Edinburgh International Festival, has announced more information today about guests involved in its Encounters discussion sessions, along with details about this year's Curate-It programme.

EDINBURGH 2023: Review: DEUTERONOMY, ZOO Southside by Cindy Marcolina - Aug 9, 2023

Funny and distinctively Beckettian, Deuteronomy is about everything and nothing. The two men tackle the meaning of life, eternal damnation, and heavenly salvation the same way they discuss the differences between apples and peaches.

Tim Venable's BABY FOOT to Premiere at Soho Repertory Theater by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 7, 2023

Get all the details about Tim Venable's highly anticipated play 'Baby Foot' including premiere dates and venue information at Soho Repertory Theater. Don't miss this exciting new production!

Award Winning International Spoken Word Poet Brings Her Mess To The United Solo Festival With BAGGAGE by A.A. Cristi - Aug 1, 2023

Award-winning international spoken word poet brings baggage to The United Solo Festival with UNPACK YOUR MESS.

AWAACC Presents Tim Okamura's ONNA-BUGEISHA: WARRIORS OF LIGHT Exhibition by Stephi Wild - Aug 1, 2023

The August Wilson African American Cultural Center has announced the highly anticipated exhibition, Onna-Bugeisha: Warriors of Light, featuring the captivating works of Canadian-born, Brooklyn-based artist Tim Okamura. Curated by Karla Ferguson of Miami's Yeelen Group, this exhibition marks Okamura's first major institutional solo exhibition and promises to captivate audiences with its series of large-scale works, paintings, and installations.

The Negro Ensemble Company to Premiere MECCA IS BURNING at Harlem Schoool Of The Arts In August by Blair Ingenthron - Jul 30, 2023

From August 10 to 26, the Negro Ensemble Company, Inc. (NEC), in conjunction with their residency at Penn Live Arts, will perform the world premiere of 'Mecca Is Burning' at Harlem School of the Arts.

Cast Revealed For BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Panto at Wycombe Swan by Stephi Wild - Jul 28, 2023

Wycombe Swan and Imagine Theatre have announced an all-star line for this year’s glittering family pantomime Beauty and The Beast playing from 08 – 31 December.  

Photos: See Tituss Burgess and Jane Krakowski in Audible's CENTER OF THE YOUNIVERSE by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 27, 2023

Check out photos of Tituss Burgess and Jane Krakowski in Audible's Center of the YOUniverse!

Gorgon City Announce Salvation Tour Dates in North America & Europe by Michael Major - Jul 25, 2023

Gorgon City announces the Salvation Tour of North America and Europe. Pre-sale begins August 2 with general on-sale to follow on August 3. The news comes just days after the pair dropped their fourth album Salvation. The tour now gives fans the chance to experience the immersive project's hypnotic soundscape up close and personal.

Dive into The Penske File's New Introspective Indie-Punk Album HALF GLOW Out Now by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 21, 2023

Discover the introspective indie-punk album 'Half Glow' by The Penske File. Dive into their captivating new video for the focus track 'Bad Dreams' and explore themes of love, loss, and coming of age. Available now on Stomp Records.

Review: FLYING DUTCHMAN, Grand Junction by Michael Higgs - Jul 14, 2023

A mixed beast that roars when it comes to the music but is ultimately let down by issues surrounding the conception and dramaturgical realisation.

THE TIME MACHINE, KIM'S CONVENIENCE and More Set For Park Theatre's Autumn/Winter Season by Stephi Wild - Jul 11, 2023

Park Theatre have announced the new shows in their 2023 Autumn/Winter season which will explore a range of themes from cultural heritage to toxic masculinity as well as a variety of uplifting and comic work.

Review: HARRISBURG FRINGE FESTIVAL at Various Harrisburg Venues by Andrea Stephenson - Jul 9, 2023

The final day of the Harrisburg Fringe Festival was just as exciting as the previous days. In spite of the rain, there were full houses for many of the performances, and audiences and artists alike were enthusiastic and ready for another day to “do something weird.”

RSC Announces Full Cast for MACBETH Playing This Summer by Aliya Al-Hassan - Jul 3, 2023

The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) has announced the full cast for Wils Wilson’s upcoming production of Shakespeare’s gripping and brutal tragedy, Macbeth, which opens in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre from Saturday 19 August – Saturday 14 October 2023.



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