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Musical Theater

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  • Classical: Ayreheart to play from Renaissance to rock in Bethlehem

    Who would have thought that the humble lute, that kindest and most gentle of stringed instruments, would dare tread on the gnarly landscape of acoustic rock? Grammy-nominated lutenist Ronn McFarlane, that's who, and he's out to prove it with his...
  • Family Time: Join Ivy and Bean for a musical at Symphony Hall

    A pair of unlikely best friends will take the stage Sunday in "Ivy + Bean: The Musical" at Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown. The new musical based on The New York Times best-selling children's books series by Annie Barrows and illustrator Sophie...
  • NCC play about art to be performed at Allentown Art Museum

    It seems fitting that "Red," a play about art and an artist, should be performed at Allentown Art Museum. John Logan's Tony Award-winning play about painter Mark Rothko will be presented by the Northampton Community College Theater Department Thursday,...
  • American Blues Theater announces 2015-16 season

    American Blues Theater announces 2015-16 season
    American Blues Theater announced its 2015-16 season on Thursday. The three plays and one musical will be performed at the Greenhouse Theater Center in Lincoln Park where the company is in residence. First up is “The Rainmaker” (Aug. 28 -...
  • Review: 'George Harrison: Behind the Locked Door' by Graeme Thomson

    Review: 'George Harrison: Behind the Locked Door' by Graeme Thomson
    In February 1963, the New Musical Express ran a profile of George Harrison, who was then just 19 years old. He appears to be a man of simple tastes and pleasures: His favorite food is lamb chops and chips, and his hobbies include "driving, records, girls....
  • Husband and wife (she's a Rollins grad) tour in 'Newsies,' coming to Orlando

     Husband and wife (she's a Rollins grad) tour in 'Newsies,' coming to Orlando
    When Steve Blanchard and Meredith Inglesby met in 2005, he was having serious trouble controlling his temper. She was more than a little flighty. Actually, those are descriptions of their characters in Disney's Broadway musical "Beauty and the Beast":...
  • Chili cook-off marks 30th anniversary

    Chili cook-off marks 30th anniversary
    It began with a performance by the Nitty Gritty Band. Three decades later, the headliner of Sunday's KISS Country Chili Cook-Off is one of the top country artists in the business. "Booking Brad Paisley is a pretty good way to celebrate your 30th...
  • It's Wynonna Judd, and that should be enough

    It's Wynonna Judd, and that should be enough
    Wynonna Judd has never been shy about sharing the ups and downs of her 30-plus-year career. "The truth sets you free," the country singer laughs during a phone interview. "I'm feeling very light and free today. I don't know how long that's gonna last, but...
  • 'Spelling Bee' opens at Wilmette Theatre on Feb. 28

    'Spelling Bee' opens at Wilmette Theatre on Feb. 28
    Got your Top-Sider shoes handy? Scotch tape to repair the bridge of your eyeglasses? Leave that to William Barfee, the nerdy champion of "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee," opening Feb. 28 at the Wilmette Theatre, 1122 Central Ave.. Can...
  • Call Board: Muhlenberg, 'High School Musical' auditions, more

    Call Board: Muhlenberg, 'High School Musical' auditions, more
    MUHLENBERG SUMMER THEATRE AUDITIONS Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre will hold open auditions for performers ages 16 and up on Feb. 22 and 23 for the season's mainstage productions: the raucous, pupped-filled musical comedy "Avenue Q," running June 10-28,...
  • What about the boy? In 'Tommy,' new insights into Pete Townshend

    What about the boy? In 'Tommy,' new insights into Pete Townshend
    When, in 1975, the movie director Ken Russell turned "Tommy," an album by The Who, into a film, catapulting the Pinball Wizard to further glory, he made one particularly notable change: He switched the period of the rock opera from the years following...