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Once (musical)

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  • 'Finding Neverland' treads an increasingly common screen-to-stage path

    'Finding Neverland' treads an increasingly common screen-to-stage path
    Anointed with a fresh sprinkling of pixie dust, the Harvey Weinstein-produced musical "Finding Neverland" bowed on Broadway this week after spending nearly five years — and about $20 million — in the making. Based on the 2004 film starring...
  • 'Finding Neverland' ready to fly after a bumpy trip to Broadway

    'Finding Neverland' ready to fly after a bumpy trip to Broadway
    A week from opening night, what might charitably be called a charge of creative tension ripples through a rehearsal for the new Broadway musical "Finding Neverland." The show's choreographer is jumping on the stage of the Lunt-Fontanne theater to switch...
  • Ferguson Center for the Arts announces 2015-16 Broadway shows

    Ferguson Center for the Arts announces 2015-16 Broadway shows
    Hit favorites "Chicago" and "Disney's Beauty and the Beast" join new shows such as "Once" to make up the Ferguson Center for the Arts' Broadway Series for the 2015-2016 season. The coming season includes a four-show package plus two additional shows....
  • Weekend: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Weekend: Eat. Drink. Do.
    'Game of Thrones' events, an art sale and more weekend things to do in Chicago April 10-12. EAT 'Game of Thrones' Wild Boar Dinner Frontier 1072 N. Milwaukee Ave. 773-772-4322 Eat like royalty while watching the last three episodes of the HBO...
  • David Bowie co-writing stage play of 'The Man Who Fell to Earth'

    David Bowie co-writing stage play of 'The Man Who Fell to Earth'
    One of our favorite David Bowie moments is in the film "The Man Who Fell to Earth," where Bowie's clandestine interstellar traveler drops his human facade, and shows Candy Clark's Mary-Lou that he's actually a yellow-eyed space creature. Now fellow fans...
  • David Bowie will help write a New York stage musical

    David Bowie will help write a New York stage musical
    David Bowie will be the latest rock star throwing his hat in the musical theater ring. The New York Theatre Workshop said Thursday that Bowie will team up with "Once" playwright Enda Walsh to create the musical "Lazarus" this winter. The show is...
  • David Bowie will help write a New York stage musical

    David Bowie will be the latest rock star throwing his hat in the musical theater ring. The New York Theatre Workshop said Thursday that Bowie will team up with "Once" playwright Enda Walsh to create the musical "Lazarus" this winter. The show is...
  • Shake Off The Winter Blues With Spring Arts Around Hartford

    Shake Off The Winter Blues With Spring Arts Around Hartford
    So, spring already. Spring into the air with the P&G Gymnastics and Secret U.S. Classic June 3 at the XL Center in Hartford. Bounce along with the New England Region Volleyball Association — Northeast Junior Championships at the Connecticut...
  • 'The Book Of Mormon' To Open Shubert's Next Season

    'The Book Of Mormon' To Open Shubert's Next Season
    The Shubert Theatre in New Haven is ending its 100th anniversary season with an announcement of some major touring shows for its 101st . The national company of the Broadway smash "The Book of Mormon" will open the 2015-2016 season and play an eight-...
  • Oscar song nominee Danielle Brisebois wasn't afraid to 'Begin Again'

    Oscar song nominee Danielle Brisebois wasn't afraid to 'Begin Again'
    Danielle Brisebois has never been afraid of taking risks. One of the biggest she ever took was to walk away from acting when she was 18 to concentrate on her music career. Though there have been struggles and disappointments along the way, Brisebois...
  • Gabriel Kahane's moving love letter to L.A., 'The Ambassador'

    Gabriel Kahane's moving love letter to L.A., 'The Ambassador'
    Gabriel Kahane hearts L.A. Although the Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter has been heralded as a star of New York's new-music scene, his latest album is a love letter to the City of Angels. Now, "The Ambassador" — 13 songs, each based on a...