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Musical Theater

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  • The ballad of 'Bonnie & Clyde'

    The ballad of 'Bonnie & Clyde'
    There are some shows, such as Slow Burn Theatre's "Bonnie & Clyde" in West Boca Raton, where the space around you just falls away. You forget about the seats around you, the proscenium loses your focus, and all that is left is the musical. You even...
  • Belle and Sebastian's 'Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance' finds its soul

     Belle and Sebastian's 'Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance' finds its soul
    The world is a disaster, we're all getting older, and a higher power may not be there to save us. So let's get a groove on. Welcome to the universe of Belle and Sebastian's ninth studio album, "Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance," out Jan. 20, which...
  • Aimee Mann and Ted Leo: Having it Both ways

    Aimee Mann and Ted Leo: Having it Both ways
    The Sunshine Music and Blues Festival is not a name coined by the Department of Redundancy Department, but rather a gentle way of acknowledging the diversity of the live-music scene in South Florida. While organizers of the event — called the...
  • On Theater: Hershey Felder revives the genius that was Irving Berlin

    On Theater: Hershey Felder revives the genius that was Irving Berlin
    There is, as Irving Berlin once famously observed, no business like show business. When Jerome Kern was asked what he deemed was Berlin's place in American music, he replied, "Irving Berlin has no place in American music — he is American music."...
  • Chris Mann goes from 'The Voice' to the Phantom

    In the case of Chris Mann, fourth place will get you first. Mann, who placed fourth on NBC's "The Voice" in 2012, went on to land the title role this fall in "The Phantom of the Opera." The blockbuster touring musical opens Thursday in Norfolk's Chrysler...
  • 'Louis & Keely' finds its Louis and Keely

    'Louis & Keely' finds its Louis and Keely
    Casting was announced for “Louis & Keely ‘Live’ at The Sahara” on Wednesday. Produced by Hershey Felder, the musical show is set to begin performances at the Royal George Theatre in March. The musical by Vanessa Claire Stewart,...
  • See art of Highwaymen

    More than six of the primary self-taught Florida Highwaymen artists, known for their Florida landscape paintings depicting vibrant sunsets, moonlit beaches, winding rivers lined with herons to their signature bright red royal poinciana tree, will be in...
  • Old friends to meet again on the jazz stage

    Old friends to meet again on the jazz stage
    In the early 1980s, a group of hot young players from around the country made names for themselves in New York. They weren’t free-jazz avant-gardists, neo-beboppers, electronic funksters or a part of Wynton Marsalis’ “young men in suits&...
  • TCM honors Debbie Reynolds, Rod Taylor

    TCM honors Debbie Reynolds, Rod Taylor
    Turner Classic Movies does the best job of honoring veteran performers, and the invaluable channel continues the trend this month. TCM will salute Debbie Reynolds, who receives the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award later this month, and Rod...
  • Record-breaking 'Into the Woods' is a surprise hit

    "Into the Woods" has fast become a record-breaking, box-office hit musical with three Golden Globe nominations, a hot-selling soundtrack and kudos from audiences, critics and even fans of the original Broadway show. For a popular but complicated Stephen...
  • Theater review: 'The Rat Pack Lounge' from Winter Park Playhouse

    Theater review: 'The Rat Pack Lounge' from Winter Park Playhouse
    If you want tickets to Winter Park Playhouse's "The Rat Pack Lounge," go buy them right now. No, really, put down the newspaper and head for the phone or computer. Of course, it might already be too late. I say this because as of opening night on...