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  • Things Your Man Won't Do
    Things Your Man Won't Do is coming to Chicago
    Award winning writer, director and producer, Je'Caryous Johnson, kicks off a limited engagement tour of his latest stage play,Things Your Man Won't Do.The play premieres on Feb. 27, in Detroit; and comes to the Arie Crown Theatre on March...
  • Irish writer Michael Harding woos and wins Donegal audience
    Irish writer Michael Harding woos and wins Donegal audience
    Novelist and playwright, Michael Harding, has become a popular on-stage performer throughout Ireland, a fact reflected in the eager, packed audience at An Grianan theatre in Donegal this Friday during a stopover on his latest national tour.Harding...
  • TUTS brings Tony-Award winning Kinky Boots to Houston
    TUTS brings Tony-Award winning Kinky Boots to Houston
    A pair of red boots never got so much attention except for the Tony-Award winning show, Kinky Boots, coming to Theatre Under the Stars’ (TUTS) stage at the Hobby Center from February 10-22, 2015.Kinky Boots, the winner of six Tony Awards...
  • The Arts in Winter in New England Do Not Hibernate
    In Boston, the Arts Do Not Hibernate
    It may be nasty cold here in Boston, but the arts are thriving indoors. Babson College's BabsonArts, for example, brings actor Seth Gilliam here for a two-day event, beginning with a screening and pre-show conversation of his film "...
  • "Disconnection" Religious Good Intention to Controlled Thought
    "Disconnection" Religious Good Intention to Controlled Thought
    "Policyof Mass Alienation" and "Dogma" are words used to describe the Church in the play "Disconnection" from the Skylight Theatre Company currently at the Beverly Hills Playhouse. The play written by Allen Barton...
  • CanStage's 'The Other Place'
    CanStage's 'The Other Place' a marvel of theatre and acting
    There is theatre, the entertainment form of people interacting on a stage in real time. They are given lines, they memorize their lines, and then they recite their lines in front of an audience, doing their best to shed their skin and don that of...
  • Théâtre français de Toronto's 'Flesh and Other Fragments of Love'
    Montreal's Espace Go takes a turn at 'Flesh and Other Fragments of Love'
    Occasionally, the response from a play translates to prolonged exposure for it; how long that is depends on the play's popularity. Some, like "Phantom of the Opera" or "Macbeth", are available for years and years, while...
  • 'The Elephant Wrestler' at Scottsdale Center for the Arts - January 2015
    ArtsBlast: 'Elephant Wrestler' from New Zealand via India in Scottsdale
    Laugh, seriously. The Indian Ink Theatre Company is crossing the ocean, according to starring actor and co-playwright Jacob Rajan who spoke with Examiner yesterday from his New Zealand home, to invoke a most serious laugh during Scottsdale Center...
  • Quick roundup of more events in the Bay Area and beyond
    Quick roundup of more events in the Bay Area and beyond
    This weekend, Society Cabaret at the Hotel Rex presents Wesla Whitfield - described as “a San Francisco treasure” - and acclaimed pianist and arranger Mike Greensill (author of Playing for Singers) performing the songs of Harry Warren....
  • TUTS Underground brings Waiting for Johnny Depp to stage
    TUTS Underground brings Waiting for Johnny Depp to stage
    Who wouldn’t want to work alongside Johnny Depp? TUTS Underground addresses that and more in their upcoming World Premiere of Waiting for Johnny Depp.This one-woman musical, running from January 22-31 at Zilka Hall at The Hobby Center for...
  • Bailey Peyton Walton as Tracy Turnblat and Jordan Centeno as Link Larkin
    Review: Candlelight Dinner Playhouse serves up lots of heart with 'Hairspray'
    When the musical “Hairspray” first burst onto the scene in 1988, the John Waters film was only a moderate success, though it grew in popularity, eventually reaching cult status. Since then, the musical made the transformation from...
  • See 'Caught in the Net' and 'The Dixie Swim Club as part of Milton Players 82nd season!
    Milton Players debuts their 82nd season 'Caught in the Net' Friday, January 30
    Milton Players will continue their 82nd season ‘Caught in the Net!’‘Caught in the Net’ is the sequel to the adult comedy by Ray Cooney, ‘Run for Your Wife.’ This adult comedy explores an online love story...
  • 'That Championship Season' is Jason Miller's Pulitzer Prize-winning play
    'That Championship Season' — An Analysis of a Play
    Author Jason Miller was only 33 years old when he won the Pulitzer Prize in 1973 for That Championship Season. His most famous claim to fame was starring as Father Damien Karras in William Friedkin’s film of William Peter Blatty’s...
  • Exciting times throughout Houston in 2014
    Exciting times throughout Houston in 2014
    From artists to fashion designers, theatre, chefs, sports figures and spectacular museum events, Houston has seen some of the best this city has to offer with unbelievable talents, sites to see and places to go.Here are some of the highlights...
  • Gregg Daniel
    Gregg Daniel looks back on 'True Blood,' ahead to stage and teaching
    Gregg Daniel hasn't missed a step since finishing his role as Reverend Daniels on HBO's True Blood. The journeyman actor headed back to the stage, where he's currently starring as Jacob Marley's ghost in A Christmas Carol for South...