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On May 28, 2010, the short and largely unhappy life of former child star Gary Coleman came to an end. He was born with an autoimmune kidney disorder that required two transplants during his adolescence; because of this, his growth stopped at 4-foot-...
Tags: Music, Entertainment
Last year, the Crowded Kitchen Players revived "Animal Crackers," a 1920s slapstick comedy created to show off the skills of the Marx Brothers. On June 7, the company will produce the area premiere of another Marx Brothers comic extravaganza, "The...
Ooh, do I sense backstage tension in the cast of Mad Cow Theatre's "Dreamgirls"? It's early May — a month before the show opens — when I sit down with Orlando actresses Cherry Hamlin, Jasmine Thompson and Jayne Trinette. They'll portray...
A 20-time Grammy Award winner, a former late-night talk show bandleader and a performance by the winners of the NBC-TV show "The Sing Off" will highlight the 25th anniversary year of the KU Presents! performing arts series at Kutztown University. •...
Tags: Kutztown, Allentown, Music, Arts and Culture, Music Theater
Spanish retailer Zara is coming to downtown Los Angeles, bringing a dash of fast fashion to a district increasingly pegged as a potential shopping powerhouse. The 27,000-square-foot store that the trendy chain plans to open in the Figat7th shopping...
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It's the time of year for audacious new musicals. Even before the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Waterford gets going with its slate of readings of brand new musicals at the 2013 National Music Theater Conference, and even before the International...
NEW YORK — The 2012 Tony Awards drew some of the best reviews of any award ceremony in years, picking up an Emmy in the process. The telecast saw bits that included Neil Patrick Harris descending upside-down from above the stage in a sly homage to...
Sting returns to his roots for "The Last Ship," a new musical based on the singer-songwriter’s childhood, with an eye toward Broadway. The show, set in a struggling English shipyard in the 1980s, also has spawned an album of the same name -- his...
The Hartford CourantThe show: The national tour of the musical "Catch Me If You Can" at Hartford's Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts. First impressions: Broadway musicals love their con men: Harold Hill, Sky Masterson, Billy Flynn, and now with "Catch Me If You Can,"...
Tags: FBI, Music, Arts and Culture, Entertainment, New York City
In "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," corporate climber J. Pierrepont Finch is on his way up. The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra closed its 20th-anniversary pops series Saturday with two performances of the Broadway musical, conducted...
It's no big thing to play the music of Duke Ellington. That's done all the time: in cabarets, concert halls, movies, Broadway theaters and anywhere jazz musicians assemble. Ellingtonia, a word coined by admirers who realized that no existing musical...
Tags: Lincoln Center, Music, Arts and Culture, Culture, Music Theater
“American Idiot,” the 2010 Broadway hit musical — the first punk rock opera, really — now at the Hippodrome, paints a searing portrait of restless, reckless youth, with all the sex, drugs and violence you’d expect from a...
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