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  • Exit, Mr Goodspeed: Floods, Flops and Tonys, Michael Price Saw It All

    Exit, Mr Goodspeed: Floods, Flops and Tonys, Michael Price Saw It All
    Exit, Mr. Goodspeed It's going to be strange not to see Michael Price in his office tucked away off the cozy lobby of the Goodspeed Opera House, sitting in his barber chair, holding court with guests during intermission. Or stationed at the bottom of...
  • Taj Mahal Continues His Mission Of Global Music

    Taj Mahal Continues His Mission Of Global Music
    It's hard to believe, but Taj Mahal has been around long enough to have a listing — squeezed between Mad River and Mamas and the Papas — in Lillian Roxon's seminal 1969 Rock Encyclopedia. Harder to believe that, every year, his name never...
  • 'Broadway Idiot' Offers a Backstage Pass to Green Day Play

    'Broadway Idiot' Offers a Backstage Pass to Green Day Play
    The point of assembling Broadway Idiot, a new documentary opening on Friday, Nov. 22 at Real Art Ways in Hartford, one quickly realizes, was to get people excited about the newest touring season of American Idiot, the musical, which commenced in Portland,...
  • Florida Travel Tips & Deals

    Florida Travel Tips & Deals
    Check this list often as new tips, events and deals around Florida come in: New outdoor lounge space in Fort Lauderdale The Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort recently opened an adults-only hideaway, BalQony. A sophisticated lounge experience with...
  • Florida travel calendar for May

    Florida travel calendar for May
    Check out festivals and events in May across the state. This list is organized by region. Central Florida (including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford, the Space Coast, Lakeland/Polk and Lake County) May 1: Jazz Friday at Foosaner Museum...
  • Amusing, sensitive 'Immediate Family' tackles sexual orientation, race

    Judged by the lofty standards of dramatic literature, Paul Oakley Stovall's "Immediate Family" isn't all that impressive. But as dramatic entertainment, it's often touching and amusing and through its sensitive handling of topical subjects it means to...
  • 'Rituals' takes over the Storefront Theater

    'Rituals' takes over the Storefront Theater
    Restless minds produce a restless work in "Rituals of Abundance for Lean Times #14: Curious Reinventions," as Margi Cole and the Dance COLEctive join the Peter Carpenter Performance Project in Carpenter's 14th dance-theater investigation of politics,...
  • Phylicia Rashad on directing 'Immediate Family' at Mark Taper Forum

     Phylicia Rashad on directing 'Immediate Family' at Mark Taper Forum
    Poet Vivian Ayers once told her daughter Phylicia Rashad that being an actress made her one of the "magic" people. "I said, 'What do you mean, Mama?'" said Rashad. "She said, 'You create so much out of nothing.'" And for the majority of her career,...
  • In 'Sunset Baby,' a reunion sets the stage for rage

    In 'Sunset Baby,' a reunion sets the stage for rage
    Playwright Dominique Morisseau displays plenty of fire in “Sunset Baby,” her heartfelt but undisciplined drama now in its West Coast premiere at the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble. A melodramatic mélange, the play vacillates between the riveting...
  • 'My Barking Dog's' two souls belatedly rediscover the natural world

    'My Barking Dog's' two souls belatedly rediscover the natural world
    For nimble minds seeking a more cerebrally challenging alternative to the commercialized platitudes that tend to crop up around Earth Day, the Theatre@Boston Court’s West Coast premiere of “My Barking Dog” could be just the ticket....
  • Family history upended in 'After the Revolution'

     Family history upended in 'After the Revolution'
    Vera, the old Greenwich Village lefty with bad hearing and some trouble remembering words, was the main attraction of "4000 Miles," Amy Herzog's critically acclaimed drama about progressive politics and the generation gap. The character makes a more...