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Jesus Christ Superstar (musical)

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  • Satori looks east to traditional Japan

    Chamber music ensemble Satori has brought us music from across the globe, with stops from Armenia to Zanzibar. But rarely does it stay in one place for long — it loves to mix things up. Not so with "Satori East," a concert featuring the...
  • Casting Auditions for 'Jesus Christ Superstar' in New Britain

    Casting Auditions for 'Jesus Christ Superstar' in New Britain
    NEW BRITAIN - The Phoenix Theater Company is holding auditions for its spring 2015 production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's "Jesus Christ Superstar." Available roles include Mary Magdalene, apostle and ensemble members including several female...
  • Theo Ubique announces 'Superstar' cast

    Theo Ubique announces 'Superstar' cast
    It’s been over six months since the mammoth ill-fated arena tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s “Jesus Christ Superstar” was set to play the United Center. That 51-city tour, of course, was cancelled.  But “...
  • 'Songs for a New World,' with Broadway actors, has 1-night benefit performance in Florida

    Broadway stars with Florida roots — including Orlando's Michael James Scott — will perform a one-night benefit featuring dinner and the musical "Songs for a New World" in Cocoa Beach on Friday, Jan. 23. Scott, a graduate of Dr. Phillips High...
  • Best of 2014: Kerry Reid picks her favorite theater productions

    Best of 2014: Kerry Reid picks her favorite theater productions
    In addition to the "On the Fringe" column I share with Nina Metz, I review many other individual shows for the Tribune over the year. Below are my picks for the 2014 productions that shone most brightly. "Monstrous Regiment" by Lifeline Theatre:...
  • Ben Vereen goes back to his roots

    Ben Vereen goes back to his roots
    In the much buzzed-about film "Top Five," opening in South Florida theaters this weekend, director and star Chris Rock plays a comedian who wants to become a serious actor and change public perception about his one career-defining role. Rock's star-...
  • Late-career love affair with Canada keeps DeYoung sailing

    Late-career love affair with Canada keeps DeYoung sailing
    The suburb of Burr Ridge was founded in 1956, when Dennis DeYoung was a tiny 9-year-old boy living in the Chicago neighborhood of Roseland, fooling around with an accordion and dreaming some sort of musical dreams. Whatever those might have been —...
  • Broadway singers ramp it up for Allentown Symphony concert

    Broadway singers ramp it up for Allentown Symphony concert
    Broadway vocalists ramp it up with "Broadway Rocks!" on Saturday at Allentown's Miller Symphony Hall. Join three high-energy veterans of the Great White Way — Christiane Noll, Rob Evan and Capathia Jenkins — as they join the Allentown...
  • 'Jesus Christ Superstar' production is abruptly called off

    'Jesus Christ Superstar' production is abruptly called off
    A planned production of "Jesus Christ Superstar" that was set to tour North America this summer has been canceled before the show even hit the road. Featuring a cast filled with pop stars -- including Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd, Michelle Williams...
  • Back to 'Oz' with extra tunes by Andrew Lloyd Webber

    Back to 'Oz' with extra tunes by Andrew Lloyd Webber
    The strange journey of Dorothy, courtesy of a tornado, from Kansas to Oz was so indelibly committed to celluloid in 1939 that it might seem unnecessary — even a little sacrilegious — to transform the MGM classic into a stage show. But...
  • 'Cats' to be revived in London, and maybe made into movie too

    'Cats' to be revived in London, and maybe made into movie too
    In John Guare's "Six Degrees of Separation," an urbane New York society lady is called out for having once dismissed the musical "Cats" as being an "all-time low in a lifetime of theatergoing." Her distaste for the popular Andrew Lloyd Webber production...