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If performers generally need to be quick on their feet, that's especially the case for Rhythmic Circus. Its energetic show "Feet Don't Fail Me Now!" — part of the Columbia Festival of the Arts that runs through June 29 — is likely to get the...
Tags: Festive Events, Genres, Music
The racy, mega-selling novel "Fifty Shades of Grey," by E. L. James, has spawned a stage parody that is heading to Baltimore. "50 Shades! The Musical," which has been quite a hit in Chicago, New York and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, will be performed...
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Johns Hopkins University students scramble to sign up for a coveted spot in the acting and directing classes taught by John Astin. After all, who wouldn't want to study theatrical techniques with a famous actor? Internationally known for his role as...
For the past 10 years, the annual CCBC Women's Expo has attracted 1,200 to 1,500 people per day for a weekend of motivational speakers, workshops and booths for and by women. This year, organizers want to give the number a boost. "We've been pretty...
Summer is a good time to catch professional dancers with Howard County roots on hometown visits between gigs. Some are now dancing professionally in other parts of the country, and others are gearing up for big fall tours. Ashley Blair Fitzgerald is...
Special to the SunSiesta Key is for snobs. Sand snobs, that is. The sand of Siesta Beach is soft and smooth, like velvet beneath your toes, silk between your fingers. It stretches out in an expanse of white lapped by turquoise water, and even on warm days the sand is...
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Special to the SunAmong the major tourist attractions in Philadelphia are the city's many and varied festivals. This multiethnic, culturally diverse town loves to put on a show. Whatever your interest, Philadelphia probably has a festival to match it. For a full listing...
Former Orlando prosecutor-turned-stand-up comedian Elizardi "Eli" Castro speaks two languages — and he translates Spanish and English alike into humor. Castro, 41, a Puerto Rican playwright, actor and attorney who lives in New York, will present...
EUSTIS — It's a good thing musician, actor and comedian Chase Padgett doesn't get tired of performing his one-man show, "6 Guitars." The tour-de-force show, which features six different types of musicians, debuted at the 2010 Orlando International...
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Orlando Fringe revivals: 'Dance for Grandma, 'Little Miss Fringe Festival,' 'Pillow Talk,' 'Field Guide to Gays'Here are Orlando Fringe Festival shows that are getting additional performances post-Fringe. • "Dance For Grandma" will be perfomed at 9:15 p.m. Saturday, June 8, at Breakthough Theatre of Winter Park, 419A W. Fairbanks Ave. Winter Park. All...
MiddletownOddfellows Playhouse is pleased to announce that is has received a $225 quick grant from the Connecticut Humanities in support of its production of "Hear What's In the Heart: A Shoemaker's Tale." The play stars Middletown native Steve Scionti. Scionti co-...
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