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  • Celebrating Shakespeare with books
    Celebrating Shakespeare with books
    April 23 is St. George's Day and William Shakespeare’s birthday. The Bard turns 451 years old today. Some have gone so far as to declare today “Talk Like Shakespeare Day,” so, “speak the speech I pray you as I...
  • Uplifting ‘I and You’ explores connection and communion via Walt Whitman
    Uplifting ‘I and You’ explores connection and communion via Walt Whitman
    Revered American mystic and poet Walt Whitman becomes matchmaker in the uplifting Los Angeles premiere of “I and You” by Lauren Gunderson. Worthy winner of the 2014 Harold and Mimi Steinberg/American Theatre Critics Association New...
  • Two shows for the price of one, in the city of Lancaster
    Two shows for the price of one, in the city of Lancaster
    Arbor Court Community Theatre presents The Snow Queen and The Little Mermaid, two shows for the price of one. For the remainder of April, shows will take place on Friday and Saturday evenings in the City of Lancaster. The City of Lancaster already...
  • The New York Shakespeare Convention is being held in honor of the playwrights 451st birthday.
    New York Shakespeare Convention—April 25, 2015
    New York City is a hub of arts and entertainment and no entertainment is more historically beloved than the works of William Shakespeare. To mark his 451st birthday next week, the first annual “New York Shakespeare Convention” will be...
  • 'The Philadelphia Story' to open at Theatre Memphis soon
    'The Philadelphia Story' to open at Theatre Memphis soon
    Randall Hartzog, Theatre Memphis, Director of Marketing and Communications announces that "The Philadelphia Story" will run from April 24 through May 10, 2015. The press release follows.'The Philadelphia Story opens April 24 and runs...
  • First class ‘Class’ at the Falcon
    First class ‘Class’ at the Falcon
    Gildart Jackson captured the audience the moment stepped onto the stage as Elliott, aging actor turned teacher giving a new class of wannabe actors anything but a pep talk. His power was palpable. Charles Evered has provided Jackson with a tour de...
  • Shaw’s ‘Pygmalion’ true to period with a bit of modern sensibility
    Shaw’s ‘Pygmalion’ true to period with a bit of modern sensibility
    George Bernard Shaw’s “Pygmalion” addressed many early 20th Century British issues, including the importance of language and how the way it was spoken influenced place in society, as well as the limited options available to women...
  • A performance by the Living Space Players.
    Unique Theater: Living Space Players
    The theater can take many forms—from traditional dramas, to outlandish comedies and avant gaurde productions, the theater is a place that caters to all tastes. “Living Space Players” (LSP) is one of the newer theatrical offerings...
  • "Einstein Is A Dummy"
    Double-cast musical ‘Einstein Is A Dummy’ in rep at Sierra Madre Playhouse
    Ever wonder what Albert Einstein was as a child? Karen Zacarias did, so much so that she wrote a musical (book and lyrics), “Einstein Is A Dummy,” currently on stage at Sierra Madre Playhouse in repertory with “Putting It...
  • Robin Hood production at The Arkansas Arts Center
    Robin Hood production at The Arkansas Arts Center
    The legendary Robin Hood has been the inspiration for one of the most enduring and beloved characters in literature. Some believe that this British medieval outlaw who lived in Sherwood Forest and made it his mission to take from the rich and give...
  • Top 8 Irish books to add to your reading list
    Top 8 Irish books to add to your reading list
    With St. Patrick’s Day on its way, it’s a great time to brush up on your favorite Irish authors or discover some new ones. From Jonathan Swift, George Bernard Shaw and James Joyce to bestselling authors Maeve Binchy and Colum McCann,...
  • Chock full of fun “Figaro” is a fast-paced, colorful and witty romp
    Chock full of fun “Figaro” is a fast-paced, colorful and witty romp
    Chock full of fun A Noise Within’s production of “Figaro” is a fast-paced, colorful and witty romp in the finest French farce tradition. Freely adapted by Charles Morey from Beaumarchais’ “The Marriage of Figaro,...
  • ‘A Carlin Home Companion’ offers rare and heartfelt look at iconic comedian
    ‘A Carlin Home Companion’ offers rare and heartfelt look at iconic comedian
    Currently on stage at the Falcon Theatre “A Carlin Home Companion” offers a rare and heartfelt look at the life of iconic comedian George Carlin through the eyes of his daughter Kelly Carlin. Written by Carlin and directed by Paul...
  • Ground-breaking “Jesus Christ Superstar” DOMA-style
    Ground-breaking “Jesus Christ Superstar” DOMA-style
    Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice wrote their ground-breaking and controversial (at the time) rock opera “Jesus Christ Superstar” as a concept album in 1970; it quickly became a whole new kind of musical when it debuted on Broadway....
  • Don’t miss intriguing “The Missing Pages of Lewis Carroll” at Boston Court
    Don’t miss intriguing “The Missing Pages of Lewis Carroll” at Boston Court
    Intriguing, well-acted and beautifully staged “The Missing Pages of Lewis Carroll” opened to a sold out house on Saturday, January 31, 2015. Between hallucinatory dreams and “real life” Lily Blau’s new play takes the...
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