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  • Travel the world in PYT's 'Christmas City's Holiday Spectacular'

    Pennsylvania Youth Theatre explores all aspects of the holiday in the original musical "Christmas City's Holiday Spectacular" Friday through Dec. 21 at the Ice House in Bethlehem. The show, written and directed by John Anker Bow, tells the story of...
  • Pa. Playhouse relives heyday of radio

    Pa. Playhouse relives heyday of radio
    Travel back to Christmas Eve 1946 when radio was king. Pennsylvania Playhouse has been transformed into a 1940s-style radio station for "It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play," based on the beloved 1946 film produced and directed by Frank Capra....
  • 'Spamalot' will open Orlando Shakespeare Theater's 2015-16 season

    'Spamalot' will open Orlando Shakespeare Theater's 2015-16 season
    Patrons at Wednesday night's preview performance of Orlando Shakespeare Theater's "A Christmas Carol" were given a preview of next season's season-opening show. The troupe announced that the musical comedy "Spamalot" will open the theater's 2015-16...
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    December isn't all sing-alongs and tree lightings. The holiday season also brings its share of drama (on stage in addition to your homes) and jazz performances. Lunch Alone, As Ever In the late 1970s, Lydia Lunch was an integral part of New York City'...
  • L.A. theater openings, Dec. 7-14: 'Sleeping Beauty and Her Winter Knight' and more

    L.A. theater openings, Dec. 7-14: 'Sleeping Beauty and Her Winter Knight' and more
    The Troubies will rock you with a Queen-inspired take on a classic fairy tale, the witches of "Wicked" are back on the boards at the Pantages, and Lucy Lawless is looking pretty wicked herself in "Sleeping Beauty and Her Winter Knight." The Odyssey:...
  • Gwendolyn Pippin, cabaret singer and music teacher, dies at 65

    Her voice and piano playing talent made Gwendolyn "Gwen" Pippin a popular figure in Chicago piano bars and clubs, but her greatest impact may have been on the hundreds of students she taught in voice and performance classes at Chicago's Old Town School of...
  • Melon Patch Players stage classic 'The Sound of Music'

    Melon Patch Players stage classic 'The Sound of Music'
    LEESBURG — Director John Turcotte thinks "The Sound of Music" is a perfect musical for the holiday season. It's a classic, for one thing. And it's wholesome. And it makes a great gift for a family treat. But as the Melon Patch Players open the...
  • 'Gabba!' creator still rocking the cradle

    'Gabba!' creator still rocking the cradle
    As co-creator of the hit children's show "Yo Gabba Gabba!" and a founding member of the crime-fighting, guitar-strumming Aquabats, Christian Jacobs has been a robot, a superhero and a rock star. Fathers, take heed. This is the kind of résumé that you...
  • 'A Chorus Line' comes to Crest

    'A Chorus Line' comes to Crest
    High kicks in "A Chorus Line" will kick off the first-ever, in-house production at Delray Beach's Crest Theatre. The musical-comedy is directed and choreographed by Kimberly Dawn "K.B." Smith, who not only appeared in the show on the Great White Way but...
  • Magik Markers' Frontwoman Elisa Ambrogio Plays Solo In New Haven

    Magik Markers' Frontwoman Elisa Ambrogio Plays Solo In New Haven
    That's Elisa Ambrogio behind the DIY Waka Flocka Flame mask on the cover of her solo debut, "The Immoralist," which came out in October. Ambrogio normally fronts the art-noise garage-rock no-wave trio the Magik Markers, a band that got its start in...
  • 10 Chicago events not to miss in 2015

    10 Chicago events not to miss in 2015
    The Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival Jan. 14-Jan. 25, various locations Forget Sesame Street. Chicago's aiming to establish itself as the new hub of contemporary puppetry with this inaugural fest, a 12-day event that includes make-your-...