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Musical Theater

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  • Singer Andrew McMahon has really gone solo, sort of

    When indie-pop singer Andrew McMahon dissolved his band Jack's Mannequin in 2012, six years after dissolving his previous band Something Corporate, the idea was for him to finally go solo. But after a quickie four-song EP, "The Pop Underground," in...
  • Siblings go 'Into the Woods' at the Arsht Center

    Siblings go 'Into the Woods' at the Arsht Center
    "Into the Woods," which recently made it to the big screen as a hit holiday movie, will return to the stage Jan. 22 through Feb. 15 at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami. The Stephen Sondheim musical is the inaugural production...
  • 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."...
  • Deerfield hosts 68th annual Founders' Days Feb. 14-15

    Deerfield hosts 68th annual Founders' Days Feb. 14-15
    — The city will honor its pioneers Feb.14-15 at its yearly festival. Activities at the 68th Annual Founders' Days festivities include carnival rides, arts and crafts, musical entertainment and a motorcycle show from 10 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Feb. 14....
  • Concert review: Dianne Reeves at Orchestra Hall

    Concert review: Dianne Reeves at Orchestra Hall
    This may sound strange, but the most spectacular singing Dianne Reeves offered Friday night in Orchestra Hall occurred when she was introducing the band. That came toward the end of the show, and Reeves sang, scatted and swung her way through a guided...
  • Beloved children's book 'Goodnight Moon' comes to life

    Actors will bring to life a pajama-clad bunny and other characters from the beloved children's book "Goodnight Moon" this February. "This is a show you have to see," said Debra Goldman, who directs the musical by the Highland Park Players. Based on...
  • Boca High School musical performance takes aim at bullying

    Boca High School musical performance takes aim at bullying
    The devastation of bullying will take center stage at four Palm Beach County high schools Tuesday — and its organizers believe the musical performance of "The Weight of Words" has something to say to people of all ages. As teen suicides and...
  • Late conductor remembered for his achievements

    Late conductor remembered for his achievements
    Norman Mamey, former conductor of the Glendale Symphony Orchestra and founder of the new Premiere Orchestra, is being remembered not just for his musical talent but his drive to achieve goals before his death at the age of 66 Thursday following a battle...
  • NAMM 2015: Turnaround study touts benefits of arts education for kids

    NAMM 2015: Turnaround study touts benefits of arts education for kids
    Though topics at the National Assn. of Music Merchants (NAMM) convention in Anaheim most often trend toward musicians, musical instruments and how they interact, one panel at the annual industry gathering tilted in a decidedly socially conscious...
  • The synth is back: KORG and Moog revive golden-era analog synthesizers

    The synth is back: KORG and Moog revive golden-era analog synthesizers
    The word "vintage" has carried drastically different meanings within the world of musical instruments. In the realm of electric and acoustic guitars and amplifiers, "vintage" in recent years has translated into an important, and lucrative, facet of the...
  • Harmonious pairing of Love and music at Columbia Orchestra

    Despite dismal wintry weather, 40 people of all ages turned out recently to watch the Columbia Orchestra rehearse. The event — one of three open rehearsals offered each season — occurred midway through preparations for the all-volunteer...