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Les Miserables (musical)

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  • Sundance: Festival Suffers From Too Much Brooklyn

    Robert Redford had said that he wanted this year's Sundance film festival, which celebrated its 30th anniversary, to go back to its independent roots. But even as some of the films felt smaller and took bigger risks, that didn't mean they struck a chord...
  • International classical crossover group to play at Sands Bethlehem Event Center

     
    An international classical crossover group will play at Sands Bethlehem Event Center this spring, it has been announced. The Ten Tenors, an Australian troupe that sings Broadway’s most-loved classics, will perform at 8 p.m. April 10, the venue...
  • Japan Box Office Flat in 2013

    TOKYO - Ticket sales in Japan edged up fractionally in 2013, but total box office were down by a whisker. Attendance climbed by 0.5% to 155.9 million, according to figures released on Tuesday by the Motion Picture Producers Association of Japan (Eiren)....
  • Oscars: Inconvenient Truths at Heart of Best Picture Race

    What a difference a year makes. 2012's best picture nominees tended to look on the salvageable side of life. "Les Miserables," "Lincoln," "Life of Pi," "Beasts of the Southern Wild" and certainly winner "Argo" all suggested there exists a "Silver...
  • Super Bowl referee Terry McAulay whetted his whistle calling local high school games

    Super Bowl referee Terry McAulay whetted his whistle calling local high school games
    As a kid, Terry McAulay watched football games on TV and practiced the moves he saw — not the spins and jukes of the players, but the gestures and actions of the officials. Hands on hips? Offside. Arms folded? Delay of game. At age 9, McAulay knew...
  • Rollins College mixes Shakespeare, improv in new show

     Rollins College mixes Shakespeare, improv in new show
    William Shakespeare didn't write "The Lost Comedies of William Shakespeare," but he did inspire the production debuting Friday, April 18, at Rollins College. The real authors are in the audience, and they're different every night. That's because "Lost...
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    Dudu Fisher: No one weaves sacred cantorial music and showstopping contemporary songs quite like Fisher, best known for his critically lauded Broadway turn as Jean Valjean in "Les Miserables" and the PBS special "In Concert From Israel." Fisher's debut...
  • Watch: Neil Patrick Harris and Jason Segel Sing 'Les Miserables'

    Lest nine seasons of the sitcom not be enough as "How I Met Your Mother" nears its swan song, the cast provided a few more laughs while visiting "Inside the Actors Studio," thanks to Neil Patrick Harris and Jason Segel's musical talents. During the show,...
  • Figure skaters glide out with spring show

    Interest in ice skating peaks every four years during the Olympics. The 2014 Sochi games might be over, but swirling figures on ice are still dancing in the dreams of young would-be Meryl Davis and Charlie White, the Olympic gold medalists in ice dancing....
  • Theater review: 'Nicholas Nickleby,' part 1, from Orlando Shakespeare Theater and Theatre UCF

    Theater review: 'Nicholas Nickleby,' part 1, from Orlando Shakespeare Theater and Theatre UCF
    Imagine the sigh of relief breathed collectively by cast and crew at the conclusion of Friday's opening-night performance of "The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby." Presented by Orlando Shakespeare Theater in collaboration with Theatre UCF, it's...
  • Growing Popularity of A Cappella Groups

    Growing Popularity of A Cappella Groups
    Ben Watsky was born to sing a cappella. Well, if not born, then certainly bred to it. The Woodbridge native first learned The Whiffenpoof Song (“We’re poor little lambs who have lost our way, baa, baa, baa….”) in eighth grade,...