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Musical Theater

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  • Theater review: Act 1's 'Little Women' is warm and welcoming

    Theater review: Act 1's 'Little Women' is warm and welcoming
    Act 1 has staged a heartwarming musical version of Louisa May Alcott's classic book "Little Women" that makes Jo March and her family seem like familiar friends as they contend with life in Massachusetts in the 1860s. The show is adeptly directed by...
  • 15 things to do with your kids: Dec. 8-14

    Monday, Dec. 8: "HOLIDAYS OF LIGHT" AND "CHRISTMAS AROUND THE WORLD" Monday and Tuesday are the Illinois Free Days this month at MSI, which means general admission is gratis for state residents. That makes it the perfect chance to catch the popular...
  • Bob Greenblatt on 'Peter Pan' ratings: 'A great night for NBC'

    "Peter Pan" may not have soared to the ratings heights many expected, but NBC's live telecast was still "a great night," according to network chief Bob Greenblatt. The three-hour musical extravaganza, starring "Girls" co-star Allison Williams in the...
  • 'Reefer Madness' comes to Lehigh University

    'Reefer Madness' comes to Lehigh University
    A counterculture musical based on a 1936 anti-pot propaganda film might seem like an unusual choice for a student-run production at a university. But Lehigh University student Emma Gifford says the outrageous tongue-in-cheek "Reefer Madness" is an ideal...
  • NBC's 'Peter Pan Live!' raises stakes with flashier set, bolder cast

    In a soundstage on a particularly desolate patch of Long Island, Allison Williams is dangling in the dark from a 25-foot harness. The "Girls" star floats stealthily above a brightly lighted bedroom where a make-believe family belts out the "Peter Pan"...
  • Saints misbehaving: Praise for 'The Book of Mormon' at the Arsht Center

    Saints misbehaving: Praise for 'The Book of Mormon' at the Arsht Center
    "The Book of Mormon," playing through Dec. 14 at the Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami, can be read at least three ways. 1. As a bona fide hit show that adroitly uses its badass reputation to camouflage that it is essentially an old-fashioned Broadway...
  • 'Newsies' delivers at the Hippodrome

    'Newsies' delivers at the Hippodrome
    Dings soitanly was rough for da boys who hadda sell papes on da streets o' New Yawk in 1899 to earn a pidaful livin'. No wonda dey wennon strike when da big publishas raised da cost da newsies had to pay for dem papes. Yudda done da same. If you need...
  • 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...
  • Calendar

    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'...