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Musical Theater

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  • Norwegian Escape bringing Broadway, Latin food, Wynwood beer and John Hughes to Miami

    Norwegian Escape bringing Broadway, Latin food, Wynwood beer and John Hughes to Miami
    New shows and dining options will make their debut on the Norwegian Escape when it arrives in Miami this fall. Norwegian Cruise Line announced two Broadway shows and a slew of partnerships as more details arrived for what will be the line's largest cruise...
  • Boca theater hosts concert staging of 'Song of Solomon'

    Boca theater hosts concert staging of 'Song of Solomon'
    In a one-night-only performance, the musical "Song of Solomon" gets a concert staging at The Wick Theatre in Boca Raton on Jan. 19 starting at 7:30 p.m. The musical is about an orphan girl in ancient Israel who captures the heart of King Solomon with...
  • Review: 'The Who's Tommy' at Paramount Theatre

    Review: 'The Who's Tommy' at Paramount Theatre
    In the summer of 1968, Pete Townshend gave a lengthy interview to Jann Wenner of Rolling Stone about the future direction of The Who, Townshend's rock band. "We've been talking about doing an opera," he said. "We've been talking about doing, like, albums,...
  • Plan seeks diversity at SoCal theater companies — but some question it

     Plan seeks diversity at SoCal theater companies — but some question it
    A group of Los Angeles theater leaders will announce this week an aggressive plan to diversify Southern California theater companies, the productions they present and the audiences they draw. Tim Dang, producing artistic director of East West Players,...
  • Hathaway sings again in 'Song One'

    Anne Hathaway didn't sing in "Interstellar," but she does croon a tune in her latest. When the movie's titled "Song One" and is set in the lively indie music scene of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, it's to be expected. But it's not like she's dying to cut a...
  • 'Empire,' 'Gotham' renewed; meet new Rizzo

    'Empire,' 'Gotham' renewed; meet new Rizzo
    Fox has picked up freshman dramas "Empire" and "Gotham" for next season and renewed "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" for a third season. "Empire" has connected with young adults in two telecasts on Wednesdays after "American Idol." "Gotham," the Batman prequel, won...
  • Canadian actor-writer Don Harron, who appeared on "Hee Haw," dies at age 90

    Don Harron, who entertained TV audiences in Canada and the U.S. with his comic alter ego Charlie Farquharson and helped bring the Canadian classic novel "Anne of Green Gables" to the stage, died Saturday. He was 90. Harron's eldest daughter Martha said...
  • Vega Quartet concert spans four generations

    Music, like all great art, evolves over time, with ideas passing from generation to generation, teacher to student, and, in some cases, father to son. It's a living process that will be vividly illustrated when the Vega String Quartet appears at the...
  • ArcAttack playing 300,000 volts of musical electricity

    ArcAttack playing 300,000 volts of musical electricity
    Music comes in all forms and styles, and for ages, musicians have found ways to push the boundaries of delivering the arrangements of pitches and tones into musical expressions. For ArcAtttack, a Texas based musical group demonstrating at Otronicon,...
  • Michael Keaton wins Golden Globe for best actor in musical or comedy for 'Birdman'

    Michael Keaton has won the Golden Globe for best actor in a musical or comedy for "Birdman." Keaton, in a career-topping performance, plays an aging movie actor trying to exorcise his superhero past — and jumpstart his fading career — by...
  • Chita Rivera takes a 'Visit' to Broadway

    "PERSEVERANCE is the foundation of all actions," wrote the Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu. CHITA RIVERA will give it the old razzle-dazzle when she returns to Broadway in March. The tireless Tony winner will be showcased in a "streamlined" version of Kander...