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by Stephi Wild - Jul 12, 2021
Tickets are $14 for children ages 2-17; $16 for adults; and $14 for seniors, ages 60+. Advanced ticket reservation required. Learn more about the production and how to purchase tickets here!
by Stephen Sorokoff - Jun 25, 2021
Continuing the Thursday night special at Table 26, Jill & Rich Switzer brought their Jazz and Pop music to the delight of the dinner crowd at the popular Palm Beach restaurant last night. 
by Paula Kiger - Jun 22, 2021
Many people lose themselves a little bit as middle age approaches. When “Becky’s New Car” at Theatre Tallahassee puts one woman’s experience of realizing she has worked too hard and (perhaps) played too little on stage, surprises await.
by Steve Callahan - Jun 17, 2021
Juneteenth celebrations in Saint Louis got off to an early start on Tuesday, June 15. Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, in collaboration with the Missouri Historical Society, presented a gorgeous cornucopia of music—and a bit of slam poetry—in an early-evening performance on the steps of our History Museum in Forest Park. It was called 'I Dream a World'.
by Nicole Rosky - Jun 11, 2021
Lucky live and virtual campers from across the globe just passed their hump day of the week and are now in preparation for their showcase and annual KRISTI Awards presentation on Sunday night at 8pm EST/7pm CST/5pm PST.
by Nicole Rosky - Jun 7, 2021
Kristin Chenoweth’s Broadway Bootcamp is in full swing today, after last night’s orientation and Ghosts of TONY kickoff party, hosted by Julie James of SiriusXM On Broadway.
by Caroline Sposto - Jun 4, 2021
150 years after Charles Dickens' death, Atlanta's David Robert Weber and Los Angeles based Creator and co-adapter, Tim Blewitt sat to down together to adapt A Christmas Carol into the one-man show, An Actor's Carol: One Clown's Dickensian Marathon towards Redemption. Weber plays 22 distinctive characters while running tech in this one man band tour de force.
by Stephi Wild - May 25, 2021
Johann Sebastian Bach, irascible and turbulent, writes music of sensuous delight for his aristocratic patrons, and gives voice to his deep religious faith in music for the church.  He’s touchy, he’s fabulously rude, he has high standards (he stabs a bassoonist for playing badly) and he’s constantly in trouble with his employers. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 24, 2021
BKLYN the Musical is set to run at Titusville Playhouse May 28-June 20, 2021. The cast features Olga Intriago as Brooklyn, Kara Howard as Faith, Brett Jones as Street Singer, Joey Leavitt as Taylor Collins, Jocelyn Evans as Paradice, and Sam Kaufman, Josiah Randolph, and Angela Tims as the City Weeds. 
by Shari Barrett - May 18, 2021
Here is my interview with Gloria Gifford about presenting LOVERS AND OTHER STRANGERS live-streamed online as well as her Gloria Gifford Conservatory and how she is managing to keep her students active during the past year.
by Alan Henry - May 17, 2021
HADESTOWN, the recipient of 8 Tony Awards and winner of Best Theatre Album at the Grammy Awards is opening this coming August at LG Art Center in Korea as the first internationally licensed production. We've got a first look at the cast!
by Stephi Wild - Apr 15, 2021
Raleigh Little Theatre presents a concert-style production of 'The Last Five Years.' This concert version of Jason Robert Brown's Drama Desk Award-winning musical features six musicians from the Raleigh Symphony Orchestra.
by Jerri Shafer - Apr 12, 2021
Looking for love? So are two Gangsters, a Sailor, and a young woman with man hands. Intrigued? Make plans to watch our original one-act play 'Romance, Nomance!' A Slightly Romantic Comedy. Running time is 45 minutes. Streaming on YouTube April 16-18, 2021. Streaming show dates/times: Friday, April 16, 7:00 P.M., Saturday, April 17, 7:00 P.M., and Sunday, April 18, 2:00 P.M. You can purchase streaming tickets here:
by Steve Callahan - Mar 23, 2021
Winter Opera Saint Louis rises from its pandemic slumber with a very lovely production of one of Puccini’s more rarely performed works—Suor Angelica.
by Amanda Prahl - Dec 11, 2020
Bright spots in 2020 have been few and far between, but 'Legacy,' a previously-unreleased pair of song cycles from Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, is definitely one of the year’s unexpected highlights.
by Roy Berko - Nov 10, 2020
In this age of Black Lives Matter movement and other civil rights unrest, a performance piece such as, ...OR DOES IT EXPLODE?, is both relevant and fulfills the obligation of the arts to produce works that reflect that era from which is comes.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 9, 2020
Raleigh Little Theatre presents “Balloonacy,” adapted for the stage by Barry Kornhauser. “Balloonacy” will be the first live in-person theatre production at RLT since March and runs select dates November 7-15 in the outdoor Louise “Scottie” Stephenson Amphitheatre. The production is sponsored by First Citizens Bank and directed by Jesse Gephart. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 3, 2020
From the grand ballroom of The Plaza, guests received a warm virtual welcome to this year’s New York Living Landmarks Celebration from Peg Breen, President of the Landmarks Conservancy, accompanied by Stephen S. Lash, longtime Conservancy trustee and former Living Landmark honoree.
by Kay Kudukis - Oct 30, 2020
New musical based on The Palm Springs Fabulous Follies set to premiere in 2021.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 1, 2020
With a week to go until Apollo 13: The Dark Side of the Moon is available to view on (from 7.30pm on Thursday 8 October until Thursday 31 December 2020), you can now check out new production photos of Tom Chambers, Christopher Harper and Michael Salami as the astronauts Swigert, Lovell and Haise.