RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Musical Theater

A collection of news and information related to Musical Theater published by this site and its partners.

Top Musical Theater Articles

Displaying items 100-110
  • L.A. duo Sparks to play 1974 'Kimono My House' live

    L.A. duo Sparks to play 1974 'Kimono My House' live
    A little more than 40 years ago, forward-looking L.A. rock band Sparks released their third album, “Kimono My House,” a work that influenced a lot of glam-rock, dance and electronic music that followed. This weekend, founding members Ron and...
  • A welcome 'Cabaret'

    A welcome 'Cabaret'
    The production of "Cabaret" at Broward Stage Door Theatre in Coral Springs is just twisted enough. That's high praise for director Dan Kelley's take on the venerable musical, which was a Broadway smash in 1966 and a Oscar-magnet movie in 1972. On a...
  • S. Florida native reflects on production of 'Rent' in Cuba

    S. Florida native reflects on production of 'Rent' in Cuba
    Three nights a week since Christmas Eve, an all-Cuban cast of performers has danced and belted out songs, bringing the American rock musical, "Rent," to life in Havana. As they perform in Spanish to sold-out audiences at the Bertolt Brecht Theatre,...
  • Notre Dame's Ben Koyack looks to strike chord with scouts at Senior Bowl

    Notre Dame's Ben Koyack looks to strike chord with scouts at Senior Bowl
    MOBILE, Ala. — One of Notre Dame tight end Ben Koyack's off-field passions is helping him this week among the NFL draft prospects participating in the Senior Bowl. Koyack recognizes how his musical talents overlap with football, and he's...
  • Hollywood Bowl's 2015 season strives to offer something for everyone

    Hollywood Bowl's 2015 season strives to offer something for everyone
    The Hollywood Bowl is going especially big — and broad — this summer. On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Philharmonic is expected to announce a 2015 lineup that is particularly diverse, in keeping with the Bowl's longtime philosophy of offering a...
  • Winter Park Playhouse opens 'Rat Pack Lounge'

    Winter Park Playhouse opens 'Rat Pack Lounge'
    The Winter Park Playhouse presents the Central Florida premiere of musical comedy "The Rat Pack Lounge," which brings Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. back to life. The show opens Friday, Jan. 16, and runs through Feb. 14.   In "The...
  • Spring, summer festivals abound in Europe

    Spring, summer festivals abound in Europe
    Travelers planning a trip to Europe this spring or summer have an abundance of events to choose from. These fairs and festivals open a window to Europe’s culture and traditions and give visitors a chance to mix with the local people when they are in...
  • 'Gotta Dance' is next pre-Broadway tryout in Chicago

    'Gotta Dance' is next pre-Broadway tryout in Chicago
    Chicago is getting another pre-Broadway tryout: “Gotta Dance,” a new musical based on a 2008 Dori Berinstein documentary about the New Jersey Nets’ hip-hop dance team made up of senior citizens. The documentary followed the neophyte team...
  • With attendance up, ESO looks to next season

    With attendance up, ESO looks to next season
    Two seasons ago the Elgin Symphony Orchestra averaged 73 percent of capacity at the Hemmens Cultural Center, according to ESO Director of Marketing & Development Cheryl Wendt. Last season that average grew to 79 percent, and the current season...
  • Marriott's dazzling 'La Cage' is bright and bold

    Marriott's dazzling 'La Cage' is bright and bold
    There's a make-or break moment that comes roughly midway through "La Cage Aux Folles," a number that –— done wrong — renders everything before it meaningless and everything after it anticlimactic. It starts unassumingly enough, with a...
  • Ease up, Grammys: No need to force the TV-music magic

    Ease up, Grammys: No need to force the TV-music magic
    Last night was the Grammys, also known as The Show Determined to Make You Never Want to Hear One Note of "Stay With Me " Ever Again. And that was the record of the year in the music industry's annual celebration of (what's left of) itself. Imagine how...