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  • Young Frankenstein
    DOMA Theatre Company presents new Mel Brooks musical Young Frankenstein
    Los Angeles – DOMA Theatre Company brings the comedic genius of Mel Brooks to the stage with a new musical adaption of Young Frankensteinto The MET Theatre in Hollywood September 26 – November 16. The production is adapted for the...
  • Auditions for 'A Christmas Carol: The Musical' take place on Monday, Sept 15 and 16!
    Audition for Hingham Civic's 'A Christmas Carol: The Musical' Sept 15-16
    If the thought of the holidays have been more like “bah humbug” than “dashing through the snow,” you might be the perfect fit for a part in Hingham Civic Music Theatre’s upcoming production of Charles Dickens holiday...
  • FUNNY FACE
    Twig-Malion
    A movie about transformation and beautification ironically gets the home video makeover it so richly deserves via the spectacular new Blu-Ray of 1957's FUNNY FACE, now available from Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. and Paramount Pictures.This...
  • Footlight Parade
    Daily film recommendation: 'Footlight Parade'
    Airing on TCM September 5 at 11 PM ESTFollowing the huge success of their iconic musical “42nd Street”, director Lloyd Bacon and choreographer Busby Berkeley topped it the next year with a bigger, better film: “Footlight Parade...
  • 'Les Miserables' is a film that defines the essence of an epic masterpiece
    'Les Miserables' is a film that defines the essence of an epic masterpiece
    Les Miserables is stunning. There is no other word that would so perfectly describe this epic masterpiece of exceptional music, powerful emotion, and stellar acting. Set in Paris, the movie follows the life of Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman) as he...
  • “Duke Ellington Plays ‘Mary Poppins'”
    "Mary Poppins" at 50: Recalling a jazzy session with Duke Ellington
    It is nigh on impossible to fully comprehend the impact Walt Disney had on not just American society but the world itself. We’re not just talking the characters he created, from Mickey Mouse moving forward, or the classic movies –...
  • 42nd Street
    Daily film recommendation: '42nd Street' (1933)
    “42nd Street” is the definitive backstage musical. It’s also the film that likely saved the movie musical genre. In the early 1930s, a slew of poorly made musicals following the advent of talkies failed to gain a following...
  • 'Once:' Tony Award winner coming to the Orpheum Theatre in Memphis
    'Once:' Tony Award winner coming to the Orpheum Theatre in Memphis
    Tickets for the Tony Award winning musical, "Once," go on sale August 22, 2014 at 10AM. In a statement released by Christina Torres, Press Relations Manager for the Memphis Orpheum Theatre, she details the show."ONCE, winner of...
  • Broadway Baby
    Broadway to big screen
    In the last decade Hollywood and New York have gone hand in jazz hand. Here are a few films which have gotten the silver screen treatment over the past decade.Others to get the treatment include:"Les Miserables""Nine""The...
  • REVIEW: Company Theatre of Norwell's epic musical, 'Les Miserables' is a gem
    REVIEW: Company Theatre of Norwell's epic musical, 'Les Miserables' is a gem
    A proud moment gripped the Company Theatre of Norwell when it was announced that the rights will be released off-Broadway for the epic musical, ‘Les Miserables.’ They could hardly wait to bring it to the stage, a fulfillment of an...
  • Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma - A Little Night Music
    Ticket Stubs: A Little Night Music at Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma
    It’s hard to imagine that Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma could have topped their summer season opener of Les Miz, with a seasonal punctuation production as elegant, but they did with Stephen Sondheim’s, A Little Night Music.Sondheim’s...
  • Bob Christianson Brings New Musical Joy To The Classic "Christmas Carol"
    Bob Christianson Brings New Musical Joy To The Classic "Christmas Carol"
    "A Christmas Carol" is one of the most famous and popular Christmastime stories that has pretty much transcended into the conciousness of everyone in this world. The story is simple, riveting and true to life. Those are the things that...
  • The Devil's Carnival
    Movie review: The Devil's Carnival
    Arriving at a carnival in hell run by the devil, three lost souls must confront the since they have committed during their lives.Sean Patrick Flanery (John), Emilie Autumn (Painted Doll), Shem Byron (Hellharmonic Musician), Dayton Callie (Ticket...
  • "Begin Again" press conference
    'Begin Again' review: Music as redemption
    From the writer/director of “Once,” John Carney, “Begin Again” is another film centered on music, filled with the charm of indie music over commercial success. Not as touching as “Once,” “Begin Again&rdquo...
  • FAME, I'm gonna live forever...
    Only 5 performances of 'Fame - the Musical' will be in JAX
    FSCJ Artist Series, sponsored by Chase and The Nathan H. Wilson Center for the Arts are proud to present the 9th Annual High School Summer Musical Theater Experience! This year, participants will perform “FAME - The Musical”.This...