Musical Show

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

Wedding photographer charged with ‘ghosting’ over… 2 days ago Woman wakes up during surgery, feels incisions, but… 13 hours ago Happy St. Patrick’s Day | Celebration of the Patron Saint… 5 hours ago Paraprofessionals prepare to rally for a fair raise 2 hours ago Raising the Irish flag in Springfield …

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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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Trixie Mattel and Katya Scream ‘Squid Game’ Music in New YouTube Video – ‘None of the Musical Girls Do It Like Squid’

squid game has some famous fans – Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamolodchikova among them. For a YouTube series, the RuPaul’s Drag Race the queens reacted to the music (and story) of this Netflix original series. Netflix’s ‘Squid Game’ Featured Original Soundtrack By Jung Jaeil And Other Artists Trixie Mattel and …

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‘I have no idea what you just said’: Gig drowns out AFC halftime analysis

At halftime in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game, Kansas City led the Cincinnati Bengals, 21-10. For the Bengals to win, they would have to make some adjustments. But those hoping to listen to a halftime analysis on the CBS show were unlikely to hear any comments. It was almost inaudible. As …

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Each newly vaccinated concertgoer brings Chicago concert halls closer to full reopening

Amid an uptick in COVID-19 and freezing temperatures, Chicago’s creative ecosystem took another hit this winter. As with much of the pandemic, the city’s reputation for world-class live music, comedy and theater is at stake. Independent music and performance venues are cornerstones of trust, seen as inclusive gathering places for …

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Chicago’s black musical visionaries paved the way for their communities in the 1950s and 1960s

Since the 1950s, Chicago has been home to a succession of visionary black musical groups and societies. They’re best known as purveyors of avant-garde jazz, but that characterization sells Sun Ra and his Arkestra, the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM), and Phil Cohran’s entire artistic heritage short. …

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Submissions are now open for the Relentless Musical Award – Times Square Chronicles

The highest award in American theater given to an unproduced musical. The American Playwriting Foundation (David Bar Katz, Founding Artistic Director) and Building for the Arts (Wendy Rowden, President; Josh Landay, Chief Operating Officer) announced that submissions for the Relentless Musical Award are now open and will close. on March …

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Three Faces of Donna: Multiple performers play Summer in guest musical | News

VALDOSTA – With hit songs like ‘She Works Hard for the Money’, ‘Hot Stuff’, ‘On the Radio’, ‘Love to Love You Baby’, ‘Last Dance’, it takes a lot to play Donna Summer . For “Summer,” a musical touring nationally in Valdosta this week, three performers play the singer dubbed the …

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The War on Drugs was effortlessly transcendent on their Irving Friday show

In an evening full of laid-back grandeur, the simplest sentiment made the biggest impression. Adam Granduciel (the stage name of singer-songwriter Adam Granofsky) and his fellow bandmates War on Drugs had amply demonstrated that they were capable of creating a mesmerizing whirlwind of guitars, percussion, brass and keyboards. when they …

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Cape Cod Theater the week of January 21 to January 27

The three shows coming to Cape Cod theaters next week are quite varied, so there’s a wide selection of stories to share with local audiences. Finishing his run is “Art” at Barnstable Comedy Club, a touching comedy about the nature of friendship and the nature of art, and our review …

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All ‘Saturday Night Live’ Hosts and Musical Guests in 2022

Saturday Night Live is halfway through Season 47, but there are even more special hosts and musical guests for 2022. SNL’s current season has already produced plenty of talking points with hosting Kim Kardashian, a new cast member taking over as chairman, and a heavily cut-off Christmas episode that cut …

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‘Anything Goes’ hits US theaters this spring

“It’s going to be really, really fun to be able to watch it with my daughter,” Foster told The Associated Press. “And then when I can show it to my grandkids one day, they’ll be like, ‘Wow, grandma, you could really kick it! “” The musical, centering on a ship …

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Bleachers Subs in For Roddy Ricch in First ‘SNL’ Musical Performance of 2022

Jack Antonoff does so much work writing and producing music for the biggest pop stars working today that it’s easy to forget he’s a performer himself. After Roddy Ricch had to give up Saturday Night Live due to exposure to COVID-19, Antonoff’s band Bleachers stepped in to take the rapper’s …

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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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SM Aura Premier brings the magic of Christmas with a musical light show

SM Premier Aura offers a spectacular audiovisual show, entitled “Nights of music and dazzling lights”, at 7 pm until January 2, 2022. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED SM Aura Premier’s range of seasonal activities is sure to delight holiday shopping mall enthusiasts. The choreographed sound and visual show takes place at the Skypark …

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Holiday Choices: Russian Cosmism, “All is Calm” and Dessa on New Year’s Eve

Andrea Stanislav Shifter I (Laura), 2014 In these dark winter days, a little glitter can do wonders for the soul. A visit to Russian art museum to see Andréa Stanislav’s personal exhibition, “Cosmist Reconstructions – Memories of the Earth“, lights up the season with brilliant and often macabre shots of …

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College Station homes spread Christmas cheer with musical light show

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) – Watching Christmas lights is a tradition for many during the holidays, and some College Station homes elevate their holiday exhibits and choreograph them to music. Below are a few must-see shows that will put you and your family in the holiday spirit! Court of Congress …

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Spring Awakening Revue – Desire and Fear in Coming-of-Age Musical | Theater

IRupert Goold’s daring is to stage a blazing, moody alt-rock musical about repression and teenage rebellion for a Christmas spectacle. Based on Frank Wedekind’s 1891 play – banned or censored through the ages – it doesn’t have a lot of blurry edges, and its staging now feels more refreshing. Set …

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Covid-19 updates starting Friday, December 17

PictureOn the Manhattan subway on Friday, when authorities in New York City reported more than 20,000 new cases of coronavirus in the state.Credit…Gabby Jones for The New York Times New York officials reported 21,027 new cases of the coronavirus on Friday, the highest single-day total since the early days of …

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“A Soulful Christmas”, co-produced by Anthony Wayne of Norfolk, debuts in Virginia Beach

VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia (WAVY) – It’s not the Jackson Five, it’s the Harlem Five, and it’s not Diana Ross and the Supremes but “Tiana Ross and the Extremes” that have sold Off-Broadway shows in review very popular musical “A moving Christmas. “A Soulful Christmas” debuts on Hampton Roads on the …

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Here’s how Jake Paul predicted Olivia Rodrigo’s musical success

Jake Paul is one of the most talked about internet personalities. Since switching from YouTube to boxing, the 24-year-old has turned a lot of heads. Prior to becoming a boxer, he had a thriving YouTube channel and a promising career in the film and television industry. ADVERTISING The article continues …

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Walk the Line: Has Simon Cowell finally created the cruelest reality show of all time? | Television

IIt must hurt to be Simon Cowell in 2021. For two decades, Cowell has been the undisputed master of the vocal show, trampling the charts with his relentless barrage of powerful ballads and gory stories. But then The X Factor faded away and its place was taken by countless niche …

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A MUSICAL BECOME at the American Repertory Theater

YDE (Sophia) and the Boston Children’s Chorus in WILD: A MusicalBecome at American Repertory Theater now through January 2. CreditMaggie Hall / Nile Scott Studios. “We want you to panic! We want you to take action! You have stolen our future, and we want it back!” WILD: A MUSICAL BECOMING …

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PPC, Musical Theater Club brings a slice of Broadway to campus

A man takes the stage as he sings on baritone in a performance of “If I Ever Were To Leave You”, the voice echoing off the walls of the hall and engulfing members of the audience. The Pitt Musical Theater Club and the Pitt Program Council (PPC) have collaborated to …

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Aaron Dessner, Bryce Dessner and Erica Schmidt on the music for ‘Cyrano’ – The Process – Deadline

In recent years, composers Aaron and Bryce Dessner have found a unique challenge in Cyrano, marking musical adaptations of Edmond Rostand’s classic piece from 1897 Cyrano de Bergerac first for the scene, then for the screen. Bryce says that when Erica Schmidt first approached him with her brother to work …

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Annie Live’s bearded man! hardly had a beard

Photo: Virginia Sherwood / NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images Last week, the most unlikely genre of the past decade – the live-action television musical – made a comeback to air on NBC. Annie live! Of course, it was a night of escape for its young stars, including the wonderful …

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Concert Review: Kane Brown of Country Music in Charlotte NC

Kane Brown performing at Spectrum Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina on December 4, 2021. DANIEL COSTON When I interviewed Kane Brown a few months ago, I spent a good portion of the 15 minutes I spent with him asking him what he thought of his nomination to Time magazine’s 2021 …

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SSU junior shines on stage in 9 to 5, The Musical

PORTSMOUTH – After a long hiatus without live theater throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Savannah Nell, a junior at Shawnee State University, was delighted to be back on stage. Performing in the SSU’s Musical Theater Department’s production of “9 to 5 The Musical”, she played the lead role of Doralee Rhodes. …

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World War II museum exhibit will feature stories of bravery and sacrifice

NEW ORLEANS – A New Orleans museum plans to launch an elaborate nighttime sound and light show next year to showcase individual stories of bravery and sacrifice during World War II. The National WII Museum plans to present its Expressions of America show next November, Veterans Day 2022. It will …

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Jennifer Nettles sang “She Was Mine”. But not by crying.

Sara Bareilles and Jennifer Nettles have been friends for over a decade, and Nettles had long been eager to get into Bareilles’ musical “Waitress”. “For years we kept trying to get there, but it never worked on the logistics side,” she said on a recent video call. It all finally …

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American Musical Titan Stephen Sondheim Dies Aged 91

An afternoon tutorial followed, teaching him, from Mr. Sondheim’s account, more about the trade than most songwriters learn in their lifetime. Hammerstein gave him a path of writing exercises: adapting a good piece to a musical; adapt an imperfect piece into a musical; adapt a story from another medium into …

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Musical performance by a youth orchestra, pieces from the artist’s ‘Anthology’, Woodstock tribute group

SPONSORED CONTENT The holidays are full of festive cultural events here at The Palm Beaches! The Palm Beach County Cultural Council, the official arts and culture support agency here in Florida’s cultural capital, is here to help you with three ideas for the week ahead. To enjoy and experience more, …

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How to watch the 2021 Golden Joystick Awards

Are you ready to watch the 2021 Golden Joystick Awards? We hope you are if you find yourself here as we have all the information you need to make sure you don’t miss today’s presentation. The Golden Joystick Awards for 2021 are scheduled to air on Tuesday 23 November with …

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Admirable but drunk ‘Christmas of Swing’ – Twin Cities

When decorating a Christmas tree, sometimes it’s best to leave a few ornaments in the box. This is how I felt after attending the opening night of “Christmas of Swing” at the History Theater. Basically, it celebrates the bouncy jazz and signature harmonies of the Minneapolis-born trio, the Andrews Sisters. …

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New THE CHRISTMAS EXPRESS Musical to Debut at Theater For The New City

A robot. A cowgirl. The Christmas enclosure where Father Christmas and Mother Christmas reside. Christmas Creek, a border town at the North Pole. An aging Santa Claus and his famous rickety sleigh. An evil elf who has his own plans and a new high-speed sleigh in beta testing that works …

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Host & Musical Guest – Billboard

Billie Eilish returns to Saturday Night Live stage next month – but this time she will play the dual role of host and musical guest. The late night show NBC announced hosts and musical guests for both shows in December, with Eilish leading the December 11 episode and Paul Rudd …

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What it takes to put on “High School Musical” – The Times of Noblesville

Photos from The Times by Betsy Reason. Maddux Morrison (left), high school students from Noblesville, as Troy; Lauren Rohn, as Sharpay; and Anna Schlueter as Gabriella rehearses a scene from Disney’s ‘High School Musical’, which will be on stage Thursday through Saturday at the NHS auditorium Noblesville high school students …

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SpongeBob Musical Comedy To Be Set For Two Weeks At Axelrod Theater

There is no shortage of Broadway-caliber shows at the Axelrod Performing Arts Arts Center. If you are looking to bring the kids to the theater then you should take a look at his next production of “The Musical SpongeBob”, Which will extend from November 27 to December 5. Presented by …

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The Musical, ‘Brendan James Show, More

Pretty Woman: The musical is at the Fisher Theater. // Photograph courtesy of Matthew Murphy for MurphyMade Pretty Woman: The Musical When it was released in 1990, the film A pretty woman has become an international sensation. Now, 30 years later, fans can relive all of his iconic moments with …

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Students take flight in musical QHS | Theater

QUINCY – Bella Green might not have thought that getting involved in “Wizard of Oz” would help her reach new heights. Green soared through the air before settling into a perfect landing as Glinda the Good Witch in the beloved musical that takes the stage at Quincy High School starting …

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Lesher Center to present Carpenter-inspired concert

Popular local singer Laurie Roldan is having a treat for fans with her long-awaited one-woman show, “Laurie Sings a Song for You,” November 5-14 at the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek. Inspired by the music of Karen Carpenter, the cabaret concert features Roldan with special guests Anita …

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The Recorder – Eggtooth Productions Prepares ‘Unforgettable’ Multimedia Art Exhibition at Shea Theater

Posted: 10/21/2021 16:10:32 PM TURNERS FALLS – Eggtooth Productions is hosting an “Immersive, Interactive and Vivid Art Installation” titled “A Happening” at the Shea Theater Arts Center on Friday. According to producer Sam Perry, the event will bring together 14 Pioneer Valley artists from multiple mediums for “an incredible night …

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Dave Day microwave scheduled for October 24

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – The 7the The annual “Microwave Dave Day” will take place on Sunday October 24e at Stovehouse. We sat down to talk with the man behind the music. For years, people have followed Microwave Dave and the Nukes. Dave Gallaher moved to Huntsville in the 1980s. But his …

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Actors wanted for a French musical in Chatham

Content of the article Aspiring French-speaking actors and singers are in demand for a French-language musical set to hit the stage in Chatham next year. Content of the article 2BC Media is organizing auditions for the musical Vindredi on November 6 and 7. Producers are looking for six French-speaking comedians …

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The 10 Best Broadway Shows You Must See Now

After some 18 months of grim uncertainty, Broadway is – right now – essentially back, with many shows that were shut down by the pandemic now previewing or fully open. (You don’t have to be a Bad fan for footage from the first few minutes of its opening night to …

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Cast call for “Diary of a Wimpy Child the Musical”

The Children’s Theater Company is looking for young people aged 12 to 18 to audition for the next “Diary of a Wimpy Child the Musical”, from April 22 to June 18, 2022! Find out more about the show and the auditions here: https://childrenstheatre.org/about-us/work-with-us/auditions/#auditions-listing The CTC is committed to equity, diversity, …

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Eddies Music Hall of Fame inducts largest class to date

A pair of Mechanicville brothers who led separate WWII-era bands that repeatedly appeared on the music charts, and a North Country musician who toured the United States and recorded numerous albums during a 56-year career, are among those in third class to be inducted into the Capital Region’s Thomas Edison …

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From Broadway to Here – Santa Barbara News-Press

Santa Barbara Symphony, State Street Ballet, Professional Singers and New York Actors Collaborate on “Kismet” COURTESY PHOTOSState Street Ballet rehearses “Kismet,” a Broadway musical that the Santa Barbara company performs with the Santa Barbara Symphony, professional singers and Broadway actors. “Kismet” is the most ambitious project that the Santa Barbara …

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How to explain Trump’s love for musical “cats”

The news, emanating from Trump’s aide Stephanie Grisham’s revealing new book, one more entry in a disturbing series in which people close to Trump reveal he’s just as gruesome as he looked, news that they somehow chose to keep private (you couldn’t really keep it a secret) until there was …

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The Beaumont School succeeds Nighttown by hosting performances of BW’s famous theater program; Disney’s first show is October 4th

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio – The closure of Nighttown in 2020 likely meant different things to music fans who regularly frequented the iconic Cedar Road venue. For musical theater students at Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, this meant that an opportunity to gain experience performing in front of a Nighttown audience …

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