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Musical Theater

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  • CAA Signs Chris D'Arienzo, Now At Work on 'King of Comedy' Musical

    CAA has signed Chris D'Arienzo, the "Rock of Ages" writer who's currently at work on a stage musical adaptation of Martin Scorcese's 1982 movie "The King of Comedy" for New Regency. D'Arienzo, who penned both the "Rock of Ages" film as well as the...
  • West End Review: 'Cats,' With a Pussycat Doll and Rapping

    They say the past is a foreign country. "Cats" makes it seem like a different species as well. Back in the West End after a 12-year absence, and boosted at the box office by a star turn from Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger, Andrew Lloyd Webber's mega-...
  • Pam Dearden, executive director of the Gold Coast Jazz Society

    Pam Dearden, executive director of the Gold Coast Jazz Society
      Q: How old is the society? The Gold Coast Jazz Society was formed in 1992 by Fred Ruffner and avid jazz fans. At that time, there was not a lot of jazz offered in the area. The appetite for jazz seems to be increasing, but we need more age diversity...
  • On sale today: 'Potted Potter,' 'Motown the Musical,' more at Dr. Phillips Center

    On sale today: 'Potted Potter,' 'Motown the Musical,' more at Dr. Phillips Center
    Tickets are now on sale for several upcoming shows at Orlando's new Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts -- including "Potted Potter," a comic riff on the Harry Potter phenomenon, and "Motown the Musical," the Broadway hit stuffed full of famous...
  • Best bets for Dec. 13

    Best bets for Dec. 13
    Music WRMF No Snow Ball: Headlining is intimate, intense and emotional Gavin DeGraw. Also appearing are Christina Perri, Nico & Vinz, American Authors and Matt Nathanson. 6 p.m., Mizner Park Amphitheater, 590 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, $37.50, $100, 561-...
  • Baltimore arts organizations receive $125,000 in federal grants

    Baltimore arts organizations receive $125,000 in federal grants
    Five Baltimore arts organizations, including Center Stage and the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, have been awarded grants totaling $125,000 by the National Endowment for the Arts. The awards, announced last week, were part of $29 million in grants...
  • Nazareth native Kate Micucci to star in new cartoon based on "Elf"

    Nazareth native Kate Micucci to star in new cartoon based on "Elf"
    Nazareth's Kate Micucci will voice a main character in “Elf: Buddy’s Musical Christmas,”  a new  NBC Christmas special that combines elements of both the popular 2003 film “Elf” and the hit Broadway show “Elf: The...
  • Sarah 'Sally' Tarr, musician and teacher

    Sarah 'Sally' Tarr, musician and teacher
    Sarah Catharine "Sally" Tarr, a retired Baltimore County teacher who accompanied performers in numerous community theater musicals and church choirs, died Dec. 5 at Carroll County General Hospital. She was 64. Her sister, Nancy Tarr Hart, said she...
  • Musical 'Diner' is ready to be the special of the day

    Musical 'Diner' is ready to be the special of the day
    It was just a group of young Baltimore guys talking about nothing — and everything — during the twilight of the 1950s, when so much was about to change. How they expressed their schemes and dreams, usually while settled into booths at the...
  • Heather Alexander, Chris Leavy: 'Naughty or Nice?'

     Heather Alexander, Chris Leavy: 'Naughty or Nice?'
    WHAT: "Naughty or Nice?" No, we're not spying for Santa. That's the title of a holiday cabaret by Heather Alexander and Christopher Leavy. The pair will perform songs of the season as part of the Winter Park Playhouse Spotlight Cabaret series. The...
  • Venezia: Getting a kick out of a photo shoot

    Venezia: Getting a kick out of a photo shoot
    Sometimes I feel like I'm on a strange reality show, only mine is in print, as I intertwine with the stories I write about. Like a few months ago when I got a call asking if I'd be willing to be photographed in a pair of thigh-high, red, patent-leather,...