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Broadway in Chicago presented the ‘Anastasia’ tour, a majestic and magical musical – Chicago Tribune

I remember back in 1997, eyebrows were raised when 20th Century Fox Studios announced that Angela Lansbury would lend her voice as one of the main voice cast characters for the animated feature ” Anastasia”. Lansbury, supplying his pipes to Maria Feodorovna Romanov, the Dowager Empress, joined other star talents, …

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GOLDSTEIN: PM slammed for ‘deaf’ musical performance

Breadcrumb Links Columnists Publication date : September 19, 2022 • 1 hour ago • 3 minute read • 58 comments A short video posted on YouTube shows Prime Minister Justin Trudeau singing in the lobby of a British hotel on Saturday during the Queen’s mourning period. Toronto Sun Content of …

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The high school musical star doesn’t know what Disney is paying her

High School Musical: The Musical: Series star Joshua Bassett isn’t sure what Disney is paying him for the show — and he prefers it that way. High School Musical: The Musical: The Series star Joshua Bassett reveals he doesn’t know how much Disney is paying him. Although it doesn’t have …

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Launch of the “Women in Music” series – The Bradley Scout

Photo via Kaitlyn Walls The first of the “Women in Music” concert series, created by alumnus Jerry Kolb in honor of his mother, former Bradley teacher Doris K. Kolb, was held at Bradley’s Dingledine Music Center on September 9. The concert featured two folk-pop bands – The Crane Wives as …

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Laura Hall from the line of Who Directs the Musical Improv Show

**Events may have been canceled or postponed. Please contact the venue to confirm the event. Date and hour Sun 18 Sep 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Address (map) 4916 Carpinteria Ave, Carpinteria CA 93013 Whose Line Musical Director, Laura Hall, and her husband, Rick Hall (The Second City, Curb Your …

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Toyota Center will host “Peppa Pig’s Adventure!” in December

September 12, 2022 3:16 p.m. Job : September 12, 2022 3:16 p.m. KENNEWICK, Wash. – Coming soon to the Toyota Center in Kennewick, “Peppa Pig’s Adventure!” will provide a live music experience that is sure to excite the kid in your life. According to an announcement from Toyota Center, the …

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The musical Matilda breaks a three-year pandemic drought for Showbiz theater

Provided The Showbiz production of Matilda opens in Christchurch next week and marks the end of a three-year drought. Christchurch theater company Showbiz will lift the curtain this week on its first show in three years, after the pandemic led to the cancellation and postponement of a series of productions. …

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Heathers: The Musical Comes to Roku!

One of my favorite movies from the late 80s is Heathers. The dark teen comedy stars Shannen Doherty, Winona Ryder (stranger things) and Christian Slater (Dr. Death) – A List Cast! Ryder plays Veronica, a girl who is part of her high school’s popular girl clique – the Heathers. However, …

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The 2022 inductees, ceremony, performers

It’s been three years since the Memphis Music Hall of Fame last inducted a new class of honorees. But after a long pandemic hiatus, the event will return on September 15, with the Hall entering eight more music legends, just in time to mark the organization’s 10th anniversary. This year, …

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The series season 3 episode 7 broadcast on Disney Plus? Details Explored

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series will premiere Episode 7 of its third season on Wednesday, September 7, 2022, at 12 p.m. PT / 3 a.m. ET, on Disney+. This will be the penultimate episode before the season finale on September 14. Created by Tim Federle, High School Musical: …

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XIMER, An Electronic Concept Musical, Debuts at ATA in October

Producers John Lant and Markus Ferraro in association with Write Act Repertory today announced their new Off-Broadway production, concept music, XIMER, (pronounced “shimmer”). It will make its debut at the American Theater of Actors (314 West 54th Street, New York). Performances take place from October 19 to 30. XIMER is …

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The public is invited to the “Never Forget 9/11” ceremony

The public is invited to a 9/11 memorial event to be held at 9:11 a.m. at the Clark County Government Center in downtown Las Vegas at 500 S. Grand Central Parkway. A free car show will follow in the Government Center parking lot from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday …

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Sky Show draws thousands for a day of music and a night of fireworks

Justin Spencer of Recycled Percussion was the driving force behind the revival of the Arms Park Sky Show, which drew thousands to Manchester city center on Saturday. Photo/Stacy Harrison MANCHESTER, NH – It was clear from the huge turnout – and general good behavior – that Manchester was ready for …

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“Lyric and Beat” receives rave reviews for its jaw-dropping musical numbers

iWantTFC’s first original music series, Lyric and Beat, has been making viewers sing and dance to its jaw-dropping performances since its premiere on the streaming platform. Seth Fedelin (left) and Andrea Brillantes share a special on-screen bond as Beat and Lyric, respectively The series features the powerful vocal numbers and …

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“People come to me and say, you saved my life” – how we created the TV series Fame | Culture

Lee Curreri (Bruno Martelli) I didn’t really want fame. It was never about ego for me, just music. I wanted to be Lalo Schifrin, who wrote the theme for Mission: Impossible. I was this little misfit Italian kid who went to a Catholic school in the Bronx and had special …

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Demi Lovato sang Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go on” for her kindergarten talent show

Demi Lovato is the artist behind ‘Skin of My Teeth,’ which is releasing her album Saint-Fvck in 2022. This artist has been releasing original music for several years, even performing an empowering Celine Dion song during her kindergarten talent show. Here’s what we know about the “Substance” singer. Demi Lovato …

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Eli Golden on Starring in 13: The Musical & Wanting to work with Tom Cruise | The Broadway Buzz

Fourteen-year-old Eli Golden is ready to step into the spotlight. Newcomer stars as Evan Goldman in Netflix’s film adaptation of Jason Robert Brown’s Broadway musical13. To celebrate the film’s premiere, Golden sat down with Broadway.com Editor-in-Chief Paul Wontorek at CitizenM to talk about starring in the film, his musical dreams …

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Carol Burnett Proves She’s a Star Again in ‘Better Call Saul’

Carol Burnett’s defining appearance in the final episodes of “Better Call Saul” is a reminder of the remarkable career the talented artist has had on the small screen. Yes, Burnett did movies and appeared in theaters before and after her television success. Television is where she shined. His technique is …

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Steve Martin may have given up on acting, but he’s worn many hats during his career: NPR

Charles (Steve Martin), Mabel (Selena Gomez) and Oliver (Martin Short) are featured in the third episode of Hulu’s Only murders in the building. Craig Blankenhorn/HULU hide caption toggle caption Craig Blankenhorn/HULU Charles (Steve Martin), Mabel (Selena Gomez) and Oliver (Martin Short) are featured in the third episode of Hulu’s Only …

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South Park celebrates its 25th anniversary with the concerts of the Red Rocks

MORRISON (KDVR) — South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker are celebrating 25 years in the business with a musical concert at Red Rocks. It’s been a quarter of a century since two unknown boys from Colorado started a phenomenon. “I think it’s the fact that they’re not afraid …

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Central Kitsap Arts Center Hosts ‘Willy Wonka’ Musical

SILVERDALE — When Don Fox made his way through a legion of Oompa-Loompas Friday at the Central Kitsap Performing Arts Center, he couldn’t help but smile at the sight of youngsters wearing neon colored wigs candy on the head. “They’ve never worn them before, so they’re thrilled,” Fox said. As …

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The keys to Tiber Reardon’s musical improvisation are eloquence and empathy

Improvisational musician Tiber Reardon enjoys making music that evokes a feeling in the listener rather than conveying a distinct message. “That combination of sounds is up to you how you feel,” he says. (Ritche Perez / Submitted by Lynette Adams) Tiber Reardon says he wants his first solo album to …

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Megan Thee Stallion and Demi Lovato to Co-Host ‘The Tonight Show’ – Deadline

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has new co-hosts. Megan Thee Stallion and Demi Lovato are heading to Studio 6B to join Jimmy Fallon on the NBC late night series in a move they’re calling Fallon’s Superstar Super Summer. This comes as many of Fallon’s late-night peers are on a …

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The Iron Horse Theater presents a musical about a young woman who finds her way

AMBRIDGE — A youthful cast leads “The Mad Ones,” the off-Broadway hit presented by the Iron Horse Community Theater. “‘The Mad Ones’ is an extremely written and composed contemporary musical about a young woman trying to navigate her way through the big decisions she faces as she grows older,” said …

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Madonna puts on a stunning show as she shows off her bra and undies

Madonna turned heads as she stepped out for a night at the theater in New York on Saturday. The 63-year-old Queen of Pop stunned in a sheer black dress she wore over a black bra with high-waisted black underwear when she was seen leaving MJ: The Musical at the Neil …

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Good Vibes Theater Co. will present the rock musical “Rent” at the Oviedo Mall

OVIEDO, Florida. — Good Vibes Theater Co. is set to perform its take on the Broadway rock musical “Rent” at Penguin Point Productions in the Oviedo Mall in August. According to the band, the show – set in New York’s East Village at the height of the AIDS crisis – …

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Grease at Historic Savannah Theater

This summer in Savannah, Grease IS the word. From the first moment, when the smoke hits the stage and the actors of the Historic Savannah Theater begin to sing the first lines of the musical’s iconic opening chorus, the audience is transported. You are no longer a Savannahian dodging summer …

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Corbin Bleu reveals how “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” helped him fall in love with the stage again | Entertainment

Disney/Anne Marie Fox The new season of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series premieres July 27 on Disney+, which sees the return of Disney Channel veterans Corbin Blue and Jason Earle. Speaking to ABC Audio, the two said it was a no-brainer for them to be part of the …

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Wakanda Forever brings the emotion with an epic first sequence

BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER As T’Challa memorably said in 2018’s BLACK PANTHER, “Death is not the end. It’s more of a starting point. Remembering the late Chadwick Boseman, that line now means more not just to us, but to the people of Wakanda in BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER. In Marvel’s …

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Zac Efron returns to East High from High School Musical in new image

Zac Efron, who played Troy Bolton in the hugely popular High School Musical films, shares a photo taken outside the actual high school. Zac Efron revisited high school in the musical high school series in a nostalgic image posted on social media. The star, who has since moved on to …

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Flower festivals are blooming around the world

Lavandula (lavender) fields in bloom, Provence, Sault, France Raimondo Restelli/Getty “I must have flowers, always and always,” said French painter Claude Monet. Around the world, green thumbs who share her sentiment are gearing up for a litany of festivals and flower shows. Many of them not only pay homage to …

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Will Schneider takes musical road less traveled as jazz French horn player – BG Independent News

By David Dupont BG Independent News At 11, Will Schneider decided to play the French horn. This was before his passion for jazz improvisation blossomed. Although some musicians have explored the jazz potential of the horn, the instrument still remains marginal. Schneider discovered it when he arrived in high school. …

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Granite’s ‘Shrek the Musical’ is a fun one-show extravaganza | Entertainment

A REVIEW “Shrek the Musical” – on stage at the Granite Theater until July 24 – is so enjoyable, so fun, such an extravaganza and so packed with top-notch performances (there’s a huge cast with huge talent, lots of dancing and singing, live music, a great set and wonderful costumes), …

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL EXPANDS ITS PARTNERSHIP WITH MGM RESORTS INTERNATIONAL & BETMGM

MGM Rewards Named Title Sponsor of All-Star Celebrity Softball Game and Presenting Sponsor of All-Star Musical performance of Saturday’s extra rounds; BetMGM continues to be an official sports betting partner NEW YORK, July 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Major League Baseball (MLB), MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM) and BetMGM, a leading …

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What to expect at the Memphis concert

By 2020, Memphis rapper Yo Gotti’s annual Birthday Bash concerts had become an iconic summer event in the town of Bluff — a star-studded celebration of Gotti, his label CMG, and his evolution from street rapper to mainstream star. After seven successful gigs — which have grown in size and …

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George Clinton opens exhibition at Cecret by CE Gallery in Nashville

From July 9 to July 31, the art can be viewed by appointment. The Cecret exhibition by CE Gallery at 516 Houston Street. Reservations can be made by emailing [email protected] Parliament-Funkadelic visionary George Clinton brings his groovy art to Nashville. And in true George Clinton fashion, the process of sharing …

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Canceled musical about soldiers testifying about West Bank rights abuses sparks outcry

Dozens of Israeli cultural figures signed a letter published Wednesday calling on Culture Minister Chile Tropper to intervene after the cancellation last month of a performance of a musical featuring the testimonies of female IDF soldiers serving in the West Bank who were picked up by a left-wing group. wing …

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Fockler takes first place in First Town Days talent contest

Belle Fockler, 17, took first place in the 14+ category on Sunday afternoon at the Talent Show at the First Town Days Festival. Fockler sang “Don’t Rain on My Parade”, from the musical Funny Girl. She will be a senior at Dover High School this year “I just got back …

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Westworld Composer Ramin Djawadi on the Exciting Musical Twists Season 4 Promises

The post Westworld Composer Ramin Djawadi on the Exciting Musical Twists Promised by Season 4 appeared first on Consequence. [Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers for Westworld, Season 4 Episode 2, “Well Enough Alone.” To read about the music of Episode 1, click here.] There may not be a big …

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How a musical by Tamara de Lempicka portrays the bisexual artist

Tamara de Lempicka’s best-known work is a self-portrait. The renowned artist, wearing a silver helmet and a matching scarf, is at the controls of an emerald green Bugatti, his gloved hand resting nonchalantly on the steering wheel of the sports car. She is glamorous, confident and bossy; she is visibly …

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‘Anything Goes’ shows begin for Surrey’s renowned Fraser Valley Musical Theater – Surrey Now-Leader

The Fraser Valley Musical Theater in Surrey is sailing again with a summertime musical that has hit choppy waters during the pandemic. The company has been trying to stage Cole Porter’s ‘Anything Goes’ for three years, and it’s finally hitting the Surrey Arts Center Main Stage this week, for broadcast …

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Longtime NEPM Classical Music Host Walter Carroll Retires

AMHERST — Fairly early in his life, Walter Carroll developed a great interest in classical music. But it was not clear that this would be his calling in life. He also loved the theater, and after graduating from university he spent two years in the Netherlands with a theater company …

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Musical ‘The Last Five Years’ debuts at Studio Grand Central • St Pete Catalyst

by Jason Robert Brown The last five years is the story of a relationship: One man, one woman, from euphoric highs to tearful lows. From the first days, full of promise, until the end, when there is nothing more to settle. It’s also a musical, so instead of he said/she …

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Local music community mourns after virtuoso collapses and dies on stage | New

Some have described it as the performance of a lifetime. The Kern County music community is in mourning this week after one of their own collapsed and died during a performance at the Bakersfield Jazz Workshop on Tuesday night. Held at the Petroleum Club at Sundale Country Club in South …

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It’s Fly-In time! | News, Sports, Jobs

LOCK HAVEN — Attention Lock Haven… The 36th annual Sentimental Journey to Cub Haven air travel takes place next week, Tuesday, June 21 through Saturday, June 25, and there’s a variety of things to look forward to. This year’s event is expected to attract approximately 350 aircraft flown …

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Lady Gaga Rumored to Play Harley Quinn in ‘Joker’ Musical Sequel

Lady Gaga attends the 2022 New York Film Critics Circle Awards at TAO Downtown on March 16, 2022 in New York City. Lady Gaga is in early talks to become the next Harley Quinn, starring Joaquin Phoenix in the 2019 Oscar winner’s sequel Joker. By The Hollywood Reporterdirector Todd Phillips …

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Tony Awards: A Diverse Group of Shows for Top Music Awards

NEW YORK — The Tony Awards take place on Sunday night, and CBS2’s Dave Carlin takes a look at the shows up for two of the top awards — Best Musical and Best Revival of a Musical. At the top, Michael R. Jackson’s “A Strange Loop” with a total of …

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Musical Theater West presents a reimagined rockin’ revival of GREASE

Musical Theater West has announced the return of one of the world’s most popular musicals, Grease, to the stage this summer! Fifty years after the original show’s Broadway debut, MTW’s 2022 production of Grease will tell the classic love story of Danny and Sandy, featuring a talented cast that reflects …

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Yellowstone recording mixers Diego Gat and Samuel Ejnes make it sound real

“Yellowstone” fans expect viscerally charged action tied to the intense emotional and political entanglements of the Dutton family. But even by those standards, Season 4’s opening sequence is a game-changer: The episode begins with three main characters targeted for assassination in a 13-minute gunfight and chase that incorporates nearly all …

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May We All: A New Country Musical Begins Previews at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center on June 7

Regional News Can we all: A new country musical Begins previews at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center on June 7 The Shelley Butler-directed work features stage favorites Lauren Pritchard and Heidi Blickenstaff. May We All: a new country musical begins previews at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center on June 7, …

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“Fiddler on the Roof” – A musical cry from beleaguered Ukraine

NEW | FEATURES | PREVIEWS | EVENTS By Bruce Chadwick originally published: 06/05/2022 The musical told fiddler on the roof comes to Morristown Mayo Performing Arts Center June 17 and 18. In case you’ve forgotten, it’s a wonderful story of a family headed by a tough old father, Tevye, who …

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André De Shields will resume his solo exhibition of Frederick Douglass in Queens

Off-Broadway News André De Shields will resume his solo exhibition of Frederick Douglass in Queens Both performances are part of the rising queens celebration in honor of June 19. Andre DeShields Broadway favorite Andre De Shields returns to Flushing Town Hall to reprise his role as abolitionist Frederick Douglass in …

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Making Memories in ‘Matilda the Musical’ | New

Roald Dahl’s beloved classic ‘Matilda’ comes to life with song and dance when Livermore’s Royal Theater Academy performs ‘Matilda the Musical’ at Hayward in June. Six shows across two casts are slated for production next month, showcasing the bravery of a young girl who stands up to bullies and discovers …

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Pink Martini and China Forbes bring “musical adventure” to Mercyhurst

The numbers are an impressive part of the history of the highly demanded and world-traveling band, Pink Martini. A dozen musicians. Songs performed in 25 languages. Shows on six continents. Over 3 million albums sold worldwide. U.S.-based genre-bending Pink Martini with singer China Forbes brings her multilingual repertoire to Mercyhurst …

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Offstage cast: High school musical Shrunken Heads on stage!

Courtesy of Shrunken Heads Production Company From May 27 to May 28, Shrunken Heads Production Co. present their take on the nostalgic and iconic Disney Channel Original Movie “High School Musical” at the Thunderdome. Shrunken Heads is UCSB’s premier musical theater company that presents performances and is run entirely by …

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SWAN creates a community of songwriters on campus

Podcast (sound source): play in a new window | To download Subscribe: Spotify | One of the newest clubs on campus, the Songwriters Association at Northwestern is building a community among Northwestern songwriters. Eddie Ko, Founder and Co-Chair of the club, spoke about SWAN’s mission to make songwriting accessible to …

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The ghost with the most is back on Broadway

Beetlejuice is back, baby! beetle juice is sacred to horror fans everywhere, which is probably why sequels and remakes never materialized. How can you properly reinvent a classic that means so much to so many people? The answer: turn it into a musical. *Original cast What struck me in the …

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KFAI’s “Crap from the Past” Community Radio Show Turns 30

Radio DJ Ron Gerber, who currently hosts the show every Friday night on KFAI, started it when he was in college. MINNEAPOLIS — When darkness falls in Minneapolis every Friday night, if you tune your radio correctly, you might hear the boogiemonster. Ron “Boogiemonster” Gerber, that is. Gerber is the …

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Music Theater International launches social media marketing kits

Industry News Music Theater International launches social media marketing kits Developed by Subplot Studio, the kits help schools and theaters promote their productions with customizable graphics and content designed specifically for social media platforms. Theater licensor Music Theater International has added the Social Media Marketing Kits to its list of …

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Concert at Hawk Mountain to Benefit Injured Chainsaw Carver [Spotlight] – Reading eagle

Concert at Hawk Mountain to Benefit Injured Chainsaw Carver [Spotlight] – Reading eagle

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Kempton, will host Road to Recovery, a concert in aid of Todd Gladfelter, the chainsaw carver who created artwork for the sanctuary’s amphitheater, on May 28, from 11:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. . Gladfelter suffered a spinal cord injury. during a fall last November. Free entry; donations …

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Helen Wooten, Chicago music promoter, booker, manager and club owner, dead at 72

At a time when Chicago nightclubs were buzzing with the sound of the Jackson 5 and the Chi-Lites, Helen Wooten stood out. And not just for her flamboyant red hair, her sharp way of dressing and the golden Rolls-Royce Corniche she drove. Miss Wooten has promoted, booked and managed hot …

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With BTS shows packed and BamBam joining the Warriors, the Bay Area has become a K-pop hotspot

BTS performs “Butter” at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards in Las Vegas in April. Photo: Chris Pizzello/Associated Press What a time to be a K-pop fan in the Bay Area. The region has become a top destination for top artists from the hyperkinetic and mind-blowing genre of Korean pop music …

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Musical about the equal pay strike in Petersfield

THEATER LOVERS at Petersfield Festival Hall will have the chance to enjoy an ‘immersive theatrical experience’ – including a pre-show dinner – as part of the Petersfield Theater Group’s upcoming production of the uplifting musical Made in Dagenham. The show, based on the 2010 film of the same name, tells …

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Musical ‘Waitress’ will make a stop in Melbourne

BREVARD COUNTY, Florida. – The American Theater Guild is set to present the Broadway musical “WAITRESS” in June at the Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts in Melbourne. The show will take place at 7:30 p.m. on June 7 and 8 as part of the “Broadway at the …

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College of the Desert Musical Theater Program Returns with “Cabaret”

The College of the Desert’s musical theater program will perform its first live show on Thursday since the COVID-19 pandemic began. The University Department is pulling out all the stops for its comeback, staging a grand production of the Broadway musical “Cabaret” with carefully refined orchestration, costumes, and talent from …

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Drama Diary: Old Globe’s ‘Almost Famous’ Musical hits Broadway later this year

The producers of the musical “Almost Famous,” which had its world premiere in fall 2019 at the Old Globe in San Diego, have announced that the show will premiere on Broadway later this year. No date has been announced, but the musical’s website (almostfamousthemusical.com) has been updated with the words: …

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What Music Man songs does Sutton Foster connect to as a mother?

Double Tony winner visited CBS Matinees April 28 to chat with Hugh Jackman in the star-studded Broadway revival. Two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster passed CBS Matinees April 28 to talk about starring in Meredith Willson’s current Broadway revival The music mancovering what it feels like to be a mother to …

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Downton Abbey’s Lesley Nicol talks about a new musical

‘Downton Abbey’ star Lesley Nicol has a new adventure – an autobiographical musical titled ‘How the Hell Did I Get Here?’ – and she brings it to the McKittrick Hotel in New York. Nicol took the time to speak with Gay City News about his latest work. Christopher Byrne: So …

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Call for peace, Ukrainian musicians unite for a world tour

The Russian invasion devastated cultural life in Ukraine, forcing renowned musical ensembles to disband and leading to an exodus of conductors, composers and performers. Today, some of Ukraine’s greatest artists, with the help of the Metropolitan Opera in New York and the Polish National Opera in Warsaw, are uniting to …

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A new musical about Ukraine will hit the stage in time to help Ukrainians

A new musical, highlighting a horrific moment in Ukraine’s history, will take the stage at the Eccles Theater in Salt Lake City on Saturday, to help Ukrainians during this dark time in the country’s history. (Matt Rascon, KSL-TV) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – A new musical, …

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Alfie Allen enters the zone with gospel music and pineapples

In Martin McDonagh’s play “Hangmen,” set in the 1960s, a mysterious guy named Mooney appears out of the blue in a London pub. He describes himself as “vaguely menacing”, but he’s also rather coldly charismatic: he’s a “posh young devil”, as Ben Brantley of The New York Times put it …

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MISS AMERICA 2022 EMMA BROYLES and Musical Theater

Last year, thousands of young women competed to become Miss America and on December 16, 2021, as the organization celebrated its 100th anniversary, Emma Broyles of Anchorage, Alaska became the first Miss Alaska to win the coveted Miss America crown and was rewarded. a record $100,000 in scholarships. A gifted …

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New Ahrens and Flaherty Musical Knoxville begins previews April 15 at the Asolo Repertory Theater

Lead by Ragtime and seustic director Frank Galati, musical stars Jason Danieley as Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist James Agee. The first world production of Ahrens and Flaherty KnoxvilleIt begins previews April 15 ahead of its April 23 opening night at Florida’s Asolo Repertory Theater. The show will continue until May 11. …

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Sech achieves his dream in Puerto Rico with 3 sold-out shows in El Choli

Last weekend (April 8-10), Sech kicked off a series of three sold-out concerts at Puerto Rico’s biggest venue, the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum, or “El Choli,” as it’s known. more commonly among locals. With 45,000 tickets sold, he became the foreign el movimiento artist with the most tickets sold in …

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Jake Gyllenhaal belts Celine Dion’s song on ‘SNL’ comeback: video

Sing, Jake! Jake Gyllenhaal returned to the saturday night live stage with a musical trick up his sleeve. the Ambulance star, 41, belt Celine Dion‘s “It’s all coming back to me now” during the Saturday, April 9 episode after noting that he thought his variety series’ return would be difficult …

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Upcoming arts events include a rock concert, cultural festival and musical performance – Oxford Observer

Pan Rocks, a renowned group of steelpan players founded by musician Tracy Thornton, are set to perform classic rock-inspired covers at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 9 at Millett Hall at the University of Miami. Thornton’s band will be joined by electronic violinist Mark Wood and the Mason, Centerville, Greenville …

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Singer Carmen Ruby Floyd returns home for her “musical journey” | The music

Carmen Ruby Floyd had a lot of decisions to make when creating her show, “Buffalo 2 Broadway & Beyond.” The concert, which will take place at 8 p.m. on April 9 at Shea’s 710 Main, is captioned “A Musical Journey,” and what a journey it’s been for this Buffalo-born Broadway …

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The ever-unpredictable Grammys face new surprises

Follow our live coverage of the Grammy Awards 2022. It was supposed to be the year the Grammy Awards got back to normal. In 2021, the pandemic delayed the ceremony by six weeks and led organizers to stage a stripped-down outdoor show without an audience, which charmed critics with its …

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Sondheim back for next show by musical theater company Kettering

A musical theater group from Kettering are ready to hit the stage once more and step into the limelight at the Lighthouse Theater as the curtain rises on their latest show. After a two-year hiatus, the Kettering Operatic Society (KOS) has promised to come back strong in its next production …

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CANTERVILLE Original Musical Comedy! will take place on April 15 and 16, 2022 at the Lakewood Theater Company

Lakewood Theater Company has announced the launch of a new program called The New Treasures Series. Similar in style and presentation to Lakewood’s Lost Treasures program, which features rarely produced musicals in a concert version, this series will instead explore new, original musicals composed by local and regional artists. For …

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‘AGT’ Alum Yoli Mayor Stuns During Musical ‘American Idol’ Comeback

TALENTRECAP.COM Singing american idol Corey Cesare Corey Cesare Corey Cesare is a content writer and YouTube host at Talent Recap. With a love of all things pop culture and an unhealthy obsession with reality TV (especially Catfish The TV show), she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Film/Screen …

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Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins dies at 50

Taylor Hawkins, drummer for multi-platinum rock band Foo Fighters, died on Friday. He was 50 years old. Hawkins was in Bogotá, Colombia to perform with the Foo Fighters, two nights before the band’s headlining show at Lollapalooza Brazil on Sunday. The news was announced on the Foo Fighters Instagram account. …

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The Lees-McRae Theater Arts Department will present 9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL

When three talented and strong women, Jane Fonda, Dolly Parton and Lily Tomlin, came together in 1980 to make the hit comedy “9 to 5”, they brought conversations about women’s rights and workplace sexism into the public consciousness. Now, over 40 years later, that conversation is brought to Lees-McRae with …

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Shooting at Arkansas auto show leaves 1 dead, 24 injured

DUMAS, Ark. – One person was killed and at least 24 others, including children, were injured in a shooting at a car show in Arkansas on Saturday night, authorities said. State troopers were dispatched to Dumas, Ark., a town of 4,000 about 90 miles southeast of Little Rock, at around …

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“The Celtification of Emily Dickinson”: A performance of original music

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The Community Theater of Paris presents ‘Plaza Follies: A Musical Revue’ this weekend

The “Plaza Follies: A Musical Revue” will be on stage this weekend, presented by Paris Community Theater and featuring some of by director Alaina Downing all the time favorite music scenes. sabrina cooper “It’s hard to say which parts are my favorites because the whole production is the culmination of …

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The show will go on: Boston’s new concert hall opens up a different world for concerts

Tucked behind the tallest seats is a lounge-style seating area with a large “Roadrunner” sign, fashioned from reflective road markers.Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Five years in the making, the hall cost $20 million to build, said Josh Bhatti, Boston vice president of The Bowery Presents, which operates the concert hall. The …

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How to Make a Hit Musical

So while a familiar face won’t hurt your chances of success, viewers have been more than willing to throw their money at works that don’t feature a single recognizable name on the marquee. ONCE MORE WITH FEELING Industry wisdom has always been that a revival of an already cherished musical …

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THE DONNA SUMMER MUSIC at the Fisher Theater!

Unless you’ve lived under a rock, you’ve heard a Donna Summer song. Summer: The Donna Summer Musical premieres in Detroit at the Fisher Theater, March 8-20, and BroadwayWorld Detroit got a chance to talk about the show with Detroit native Francisco Risso. “summer East uplifting, moving, thrilling, entertaining and moving,” …

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‘American Idol’ 20: Who is Aaron Westberry? Singer, 20, started making music recently

“American Idol” with its historic 20th season aired on the ABC network for the fifth consecutive season. It aired earlier on Fox for 15 seasons. Fans of the singing reality show got to see the crackling chemistry of the judges again, namely Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan. The …

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LANDMARK MUSICAL THEATER Announces Cast and Creative Team for YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN

The Landmark Musical Theater of San Francisco (Jon Rosen, Artistic Director) is pleased to announce the full cast and creative team for the company’s first production of 2022, YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIES BROWN. The production will run from March 11 to April 10, 2022 at the Landmark Musical Theater …

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Richmond’s Lucy Dacus headlines sold-out shows at Jefferson Theater – Reuters

Indie rock and folk singer-songwriter and producer Lucy Dacus performed Friday at the Jefferson Theater. The sold-out show drew people from across the state on the 13th show of her 2022 winter tour. Dacus herself is from Richmond and was very familiar with the Jefferson as a venue. The concert …

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FENDER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CORPORATION PRESENTS ‘VOTE ARTS AND MINDS SESSIONS’

Music has been a major source of inspiration for all the artists involved and those who have received instruction from teachers or mentors have been given the necessary foundation to learn the skills needed to succeed in their careers. As they envision the next generation of performers, these artists have …

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Shortage of funds delays repair of musical fountain and laser show | Mangaluru News

Mangaluru: The much publicized musical fountain with laser show installed at Old Deer Park near Kadri Park in the city four years ago has died due to lack of maintenance and shortage of funds has hit its restoration plans. A musical fountain with laser show was built at Old Deer …

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The Noyes gallery stages the imagination and music | neighborhood supplement

Noyes Art Gallery, 119 S. Ninth St., will open a new exhibition featuring 10 artists with imaginative visions, including five guest artists and five Noyes artists, in a premier event Friday, March 4 from 6-8:30 p.m. The gallery will stream the vernissage live on Facebook at 7 p.m., and the …

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A large musical piece on the life of Ambedkar will be screened in Delhi from tomorrow

“Babasaheb: The Grand Musical,” a play about the life of India’s father of the Constitution, BR Ambedkar, is set to screen in Delhi on February 25. More than 160 dancers and several Delhi-based artists will light up the stage at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium for the grand musical spectacle about the …

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The Architecture of Music series explores the interiors of musical instruments

A stunning new set of photos has shed light on the remarkable interiors of a range of musical instruments. Images captured by Auckland-based photographer Charles Brooks show the hidden ‘architecture’ that goes into creating some of the world’s most unique cellos, flutes, pianos and saxophones. The stunning array of shots, …

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Josie Dunne added to Dancing Rabbit Music Fest June show | Local News

Singer Josie Dunne has been added to the Dancing Rabbit Music Festival lineup. Dunne is set to perform at the festival’s show scheduled for June 11 in downtown McAlester, with California band Stroke 9. The headliner for the June 11 show, which will be presented free to the public, is …

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Heritage Music Series returns for a third installment | Local News

Kentucky Country Music and London-Laurel County Tourism are pleased to announce the third installment of the Heritage Music Series coming March 4-11. Both shows will start at 7 p.m. each evening and offer a listening room experience at the Heritage Hills Theater, located at 472 Falls Street in London. Tickets …

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The Kennedy Center looks back on 50 years of theatrical ambition. Is there any left for the future?

After two years of pandemic-generated disappointments for the performing arts, the two sold-out “50 Years of Broadway at the Kennedy Center” parties were designed for uplift — and a reminder of the role that the arts center in country performed as an amplifier for musical theatre. The roaring reception from …

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Why Eminem feels nervous about Super Bowl halftime performance

Some Super Bowl viewers this year will focus on which team comes out on top, but others will focus more on the halftime show. For Super Bowl 56 on February 13, halftime entertainment will be provided by hip-hop heavyweights Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem and Kendrick Lamar as well as …

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The Roots’ Tariq Trotter has a new Afrofuturist musical

Tariq Trotter took his first meeting on the making of George S. Schuyler’s 1931 satirical Afrofuturist novel More black in a musical in 2015. The timing was fortuitous. Trotter sat down to talk about Schuyler’s novel Harlem Renaissance with writer John Ridley and director Scott Elliott right after seeing a …

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‘Groundhog Day: The Musical’ review: Show misses the mark at Paramount Theater

The book is repetitive, even for a show about an issue in the space-time continuum. The score is forgettable, even if there’s a full fanfare involved. And while the story closely follows the beloved 1993 film that inspired it, Paramount Theater’s production of “Groundhog Day: The Musical” just doesn’t capture …

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The Northerner | ‘The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical’ is set to hit the Corbett Theater later this month

The regional premiere of “The Lighting Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical” is set to open at the Corbett Theater from February 25-March 6, 2022. “The Lighting Thief: The Percy Jackson musical,” tells the story of Poseidon’s son, Percy Jackson, and his newly discovered powers as he tries to find the …

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‘Feelin Like’: Hui joins Pentagon celebrations after nationwide TV first music show win

The Pentagon is garnering a lot of attention for their latest comeback with the release of their 12th mini-album “In:vite U” and debut single “Feelin Like.” ‘Feelin Like’ is an electronic dance-pop single with an addictive chorus and equally fun choreography. And it looks like it’s finally caught the mainstream’s …

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