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  • Virgil and Lenny: Their words about music defined an era

    They don't make American icons like Virgil Thomson and Leonard Bernstein anymore. For decades during the last century, each artist reigned with unchallenged authority in his particular sphere, Thomson as the nation's most brilliant and erudite music...
  • Heartbreak leads Alain Johannes to 'Fragments and Wholes'

    Heartbreak leads Alain Johannes to 'Fragments and Wholes'
    Music and loss sent Alain Johannes on some unexpected paths in recent years, including his newest method of charting the creative highs and personal lows: sharing video of songs-in-progress on Instagram. A year ago, his mother was in the final stages of...
  • Brian d'Arcy James and Christian Borle to head back to Broadway in 'Something Rotten!'

    Christian Borle and Brian d'Arcy James, two leading Broadway stars and former cast mates in the TV show "Smash," will head back to Broadway together in the sly new musical "Something Rotten!" Producer Kevin McCollum said Thursday that Tony Award-winner...
  • Sinatra show to open Jan. 24 at Las Vegas' Palazzo

    Sinatra show to open Jan. 24 at Las Vegas' Palazzo
    Ol’ Blue Eyes is back in Las Vegas, courtesy of singing impressionist Bob Anderson. “Frank – The Man. The Music” opens Jan. 24 at the Palazzo theater in Las Vegas. The 90-minute production takes guests on a journey through...
  • Donate books and save $5 on "Sid the Science Kid"

    Donate books and save $5 on "Sid the Science Kid"
    Bring your books to the State Theatre and get a discount on tickets for Jim Henson’s "Sid The Science Kid Live" Sunday. The State Theatre Center is holding a book drive to collect books for the Easton Area Public Library. Donate books at the...
  • Lifetime's 'Whitney' suffers from predictability

    "Whitney" is everything you'd expect from an unauthorized Lifetime biopic about Whitney Houston. That's not good news for Houston fans. Aside from strong lead performances from Yaya DaCosta and Arlen Escarpeta, "Whitney" is mostly a mess. It's not as...
  • TV show 'Jeopardy!' to highlight Broadway musical 'Aladdin,' the third time show gets category

    The actor who plays Aladdin on Broadway has gotten yet another cool wish — a spot on "'Jeopardy!'" Adam Jacobs, who plays the title role in the new Disney blockbuster, will help represent the show Thursday when it appears as an entire category of...
  • 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...
  • L.A. theater openings, Jan. 11-18: 'Time Stands Still' and more

    L.A. theater openings, Jan. 11-18: 'Time Stands Still' and more
    Aquila Morong Studio stages the Donald Margulies drama “Time Stands Still” at the Secret Rose in NoHo, Cloud Eye Control brings its new work “Half Life” to REDCAT, and “Billy Elliot: The Musical” has its SoCal regional-...
  • Tammy Wynette Show Heads To Ivoryton Playhouse

    Tammy Wynette Show Heads To Ivoryton Playhouse
    A show about the life and music of Tammy Wynette opens the 2015 season at the Essex's Ivoryton Playhouse. "Stand By Your Man" by Mark St. Germain ("Freud's Last Session," "Becoming Dr. Ruth") and featuring 26 country music classics, runs March 18 to...
  • Golden Globes 2015: A surprisingly mature broadcast

    Golden Globes 2015: A surprisingly mature broadcast
    The Golden Globes is all grown up. As the first gathering of Hollywood in the wake of the Sony hacking scandal and the terrorist attacks in Paris, the awards show known for boozy outrageousness admirably balanced humor with meaning, self-...