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  • Up North for May 28

    Up North for May 28
    Things to do and see in southern Wisconsin. ART ANDERSON ARTS CENTER: 121 66th St., Kenosha. (262) 653-048. Solo Show Winners of 2014 Winter Juried Exhibition: Kathy Barnes, Christopher Johns, Karen Murphy, Suellyn Scoon & Jean Sobon; "Retrospective"...
  • Take note of these four musicals for a Tony, then vote for 'Fun Home'

     Take note of these four musicals for a Tony, then vote for 'Fun Home'
    Sometimes a musical finds its ideal home away from home. "Fun Home," the show based on Alison Bechdel's graphic novel about growing up as a lesbian with a closeted gay funeral director father, opened off-Broadway at the Public Theater in 2013 and became...
  • 'Amazing Grace,' Which Began At Goodspeed's Chester Theater, Heading To Broadway

    'Amazing Grace,' Which Began At Goodspeed's Chester Theater, Heading To Broadway
    There's another new musical that began at a Connecticut theater heading to Broadway. "Amazing Grace," which had a fully produced public workshop run at Goodspeed Musiclas' Norma Terris Theater in Chester in 2012 will open on Broadway's  Nederlander...
  • Sibling directors Kathleen and Rob Marshall help each other

    When you're a respected, Tony-winning director and choreographer, who do you turn to for a second opinion? If you're Kathleen Marshall, you go to your older brother, Rob. The Marshall siblings have had a creative one-two punch on stage and screen,...
  • Tony nominations 2015: Unexpectedly edgy with Hand to God and more

    Tony nominations 2015: Unexpectedly edgy with Hand to God and more
    For years, theater pundits have complained that Broadway and the Tony Awards have become staid and spineless, filled with unnecessary play revivals and musicals adapted from old movies. On Tuesday, Tony nominators offered their rejoinder. The U.S....
  • New in town? Think beyond theme parks

    New in town? Think beyond theme parks
    So, you're the new kid in town, huh? First and foremost, welcome to Orlando, a city with many nicknames. In your time here you'll find it's officially called "The City Beautiful," and sometimes people refer to it as "O-town." Perhaps, and even more...
  • Orlando Cabaret Festival is where the boys are

      Orlando Cabaret Festival is where the boys are
    For its 13th Orlando Cabaret Festival, Mad Cow Theater has turned to familiar faces. Two of the three headliners — the Broadway Boys and brothers Will and Anthony Nunziata — are making return engagements. The third, The Edge Effect, is based...
  • '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...
  • Baseball is the theme of new Bucks Playhouse musical

    Baseball is the theme of new Bucks Playhouse musical
    Baseball takes center field in the new musical "National Pastime" premiering Thursday at Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope with a cast that includes performers from Broadway's "Book Of Mormon" and "Les Miserables." The show opens the playhouse's 76th...
  • With Indiana in mind, the divide between art and religion

    With Indiana in mind, the divide between art and religion
    On the face of it, the now-notorious Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act would appear to be something a liberal secularist — or, at least, a liberal secularist with libertarian tendencies — could embrace. The idea of government being...
  • Hollywood & Broadway: Studios rush to the stage despite clashing business models

    When Hollywood merges with Broadway, there are always fender-benders. Just ask Harvey Weinstein. As the movie aficionado and awards maven steered "Finding Neverland," his first venture as a lead theater producer, toward the Great White Way, eyebrows...