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Homer-Center: A musical to take audiences back to the 80s | School News

This weekend, the music department of the Homer-Center will present its annual production. This year’s show is “Back to the 80s,” and it will premiere today and Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. at the JS Byers Auditorium. “Back to the 80s” tells the story of Corey …

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‘Come From Away’ finds grace and joy 1,500 miles from Ground Zero

There will be plenty of time for the eccentric inhabitants of Gander, on Canada’s remote North Atlantic coast, to return to their usual troubles and bickering. But for five days after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, these ordinary people hovered above themselves, coming together to offer shelter, food and hospitality to …

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“The Bachelor” Season 26 Episode 2 Live Stream: How To Watch Online, TV, Time

Clayton Echard’s journey of finding love continues tonight, with episode two of season 26 of ABC’s reality show “The Bachelor” airing at 7 p.m. CST. The premiere of “The Bachelorette” starring Clayton airs on Monday, January 10. The show will be broadcast live on fuboTV. Which women are already winning …

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Stephen Lawrence, whose music enriched “Sesame Street”, dies at 82

Stephen Lawrence, who provided some sort of soundtrack to countless childhoods as musical director for the album and TV special “Free to Be… You and Me” and as a longtime songwriter for “Sesame Street,” died Dec. 30 at a medical center in Belleville, NJ He was 82 years old. His …

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Temptations’ musical “Ain’t Too Proud” opens in Washington

He was nominated for 12 Tony Awards in 2019, including a win for Best Choreography. Now, DC audiences can experience the nationwide tour of the hit musical “Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations” at the Kennedy Center through January 16. OMCP’s Jason Fraley Presents ‘Ain’t Too …

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Tickets on sale now for the 2022 Jacksonville Image Awards

JACKSONVILLE, Florida – You can now reserve your place to watch Black History in the making. The 3rd Annual Jacksonville Image Awards, presented by Porter Firm, will be handed out on Saturday, February 5, and tickets are now available for purchase here. The Jacksonville Image Awards recognize difference-makers in the …

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“The Company”, “Cowboy Bebop”, More

One and it’s done. Netflix has presented its viewers with many unique TV shows over the years – but not all original series can explore their history beyond one season before being canceled. Julie and the ghosts developed a rapid cult following when it hit the streaming service in September …

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Dangerous: “MJ” MIchael Jackson Musical cancels tonight’s show for “unrelated COVID reason”

Homepage Theater Dangerous: “MJ” MIchael Jackson Musical cancels tonight’s show for “unrelated COVID reason” Very clever from “MJ The Michael Jackson Musical”. They not want to start something. So there is no show tonight after last night’s show had two performers with an undisclosed illness. Their ad says “unrelated to …

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Major Australian Musicals Cancel Shows As Over 90 Performers Contract Covid | Stage

Covid is sweeping away castings for musical theater shows in Sydney and Melbourne, with major live productions being forced to cancel performances. At least 90 artists have tested positive for the highly infectious virus and entire businesses have been forced to isolate themselves. The Sydney festival production of Qween Lear, …

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What three Broadway shows tell us about racial progress

Instead, “Caroline, or Change” is a semi-autobiographical exploration of how the country’s racial dynamics affected an 8-year-old boy named Noah Gellman, his middle-class South American Jewish family, their governess. 39-year-old black Caroline Thibodeaux (played by the stunning Sharon D Clarke) and her three children. When we first meet Caroline, she’s …

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