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  • Michigan Shakespeare Festival
    Summer brings Shakespeare to Michigan
    There’s something about summer we just associate with Shakespeare. Many of us include a trip to Canada in our vacation plans in order to visit the Stratford Festival, which is always a treat. But the wonderful thing about summer is that...
  • The month opens with play openings and other theater events
    The month opens with play openings and other theater events
    Polarity Ensemble Theatre presents its annual Dionysos Cup Festival of New Plays (July 9-19) with readings of new works by Chicago-area playwrights at Chicago’s Greenhouse Theater Center on 2257 N. Lincoln Avenue. For tickets ($10-$15) and...
  • Twelfth Night with Sara Topham as Olivia
    “Twelfth Night” Opens Globe’s Outdoor Summer Season
    San Diego, CA--- Twelfth Night or What You Will is said to be one of Shakespeare’s most favored romantic comedies. It also shares the same elements of Comedy Of Errors. Both are plays about identical twins, separation (“How have you...
  • Boston Pops celebrates 42 years
    Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular celebrates 42 years with new contest & more
    As acclaimed composer Keith Lockhart celebrates 20 years with the Boston Pops and the July 4 concert, he will once again lead the Boston Pops into 42 star-studded, sensational years of 'Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular' on Saturday, July...
  • "Murder for Two"
    "Murder for Two" Extended at Geffen Playhouse
    Mahvelous “Murder for Two”At The Theatre with Audrey LindenThe new musical comedy, “Murder for Two” has been extended at the Geffen Playhouse. The run of this wacky, wonderful, energetic musical who-dun-it will run through...
  • 'Closure'
    'Closure’ is a new mystery with a surprising finish
    Theater goers who enjoy mysteries will be delighted with a new play titled “Closure” by Richard Dresser which is having its premiere run this month at the New Jersey Repertory Company. Mr. Dresser has seventeen previously published...
  • Lenny Kravitz
    Lenny Kravitz to debut at Wolf Trap September 1
    Wolf Trap announces the addition of Lenny Kravitz to the Summer 2015 season. The Grammy-winning chart-topper will make his Wolf Trap debut September 1. Tickets go on sale to Wolf Trap members beginning today, and are on sale to the general public...
  • Audra McDonald
    Audra McDonald concert lives up to expectations and then some
    Singer Audra McDonald was originally scheduled to appear with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra in December but the concert had to be cancelled because of a scheduling conflict. The concert was rescheduled for March but she was forced to bow out...
  • July offers planned laughter with theatrical comedies
    July offers planned laughter with theatrical comedies
    “Oedipal Arrangements is a sketch comedy revue about finding where you belong, being who you are, and going after what you want,” says Amy Anderson, producer of the show that opens this month at Chicago’s Gorilla Tango Theater...
  • John Gielgud performing Ages of Man, Hamlet Act V
    Sir John Gielgud's magnificent Shakespeare's "Ages of Man" finally comes to CD
    Columbia Masterworks has released a compact disc version of Sir John Gielgud's magnificent Shakespeare's "Ages of Man." The original production opened on Broadway three days after Christmas in 1958, and played a scant 40...
  • 21st annual Jersey Voices One-Act Festival
    21st annual Jersey Voices One-Act Festival at Chatham Playhouse
    The Chatham Community Players (CCP) will host its 21st annual Jersey Voices One-Act Festival with four performances between July 31 and August 9. This year’s production will include six original short plays and one original dance piece...
  • Boston Pops on Nantucket
    Top Boston restaurants create special celebrations for Independence Day
    Independence Day is only a few days away and anticipation is building to take the family for fireworks, entertainment, and the red, white, and blue. Boston is brimming with activities for the entire family and plenty of places to dine along the...
  • BCCF
    Border City Comedy Festival
    In honor of Canada Day, I'd like to talk a little bit about our neighbor to the south, Windsor Ontario. That's right, I said south. Yes, Canada is north of the U.S., but what many people don't realize is that Windsor is actually south...
  • Sparkles, sequins escort 'Pippin' to Kansas City's Starlight Theatre
    Sparkles, sequins escort 'Pippin' to Kansas City's Starlight Theatre
    Colossal, big-top circus acts combined with Bob Fosse inspired dancing ignites Kansas City Starlight Theatre’s current production of “Pippin” that opened Tuesday night, June 30, for a one week run at the famous outdoor venue...
  • Ray Charles tribute show at Centenary
    Ray Charles tribute show at Centenary Stage Company
    The name Ray Charles is a Star on Hollywood Boulevard’s Walk of Fame. The name Ray Charles designates a superstar worldwide whose legacy shaped and forever changed the face of American music. Fellow musicians called Charles "The Genius,...
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