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  • Suburban theater for the week of July 27 to Aug. 2

    "The Second City's Girls' Night Out": Not to be confused with "Girls Night: The Musical," which just opened in the city. This Second City touring show is geared for the gentler sex — though anyone who has seen the work Second City's alumnae have...
  • Cast list and production notes for Saucon Valley's production of "Aida"

    AIDA CAST Aida: (Thurs., Sat., Sun.) Emily Heintzelman, (Wed., Fri., Sat. Matinee)  Amy Carr Radames: Davis Weaver Amneris: Kayli Reily Zoser: Mike Bokan Mereb: Josh Clark Nahebka: Kelsey Payung Amonasro: Brendan Weaver Pharoah: Jameson Packer...
  • Cast list and production notes for Catasauqua's production of 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat'

    Director is Robert Fahringer. “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” is a rock musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice based on the story of Joseph from the Hebrew Bible’s Book of Genesis. Fahringer says he chose “...
  • Orlando Fringe review: 'Gay Bar Star: Return from the Big House'

    Orlando Fringe review: 'Gay Bar Star: Return from the Big House'
    “Gay Bar Star: Return from the Big House” is the latest vehicle for the super-sized voice and stage presence of Orlando cabaret favorite Janine Klein, who channels her alter-ego with a formidable combination of skill, style and comedic timing....
  • Duncan Sheik enters the 'Whisper House'

    Duncan Sheik enters the 'Whisper House'
    Duncan Sheik is a skeptic of the supernatural -- "I completely don't believe in ghosts," the singer-songwriter says. Yet if his new musical “Whisper House” is to succeed in its world premiere Thursday at the Old Globe Theatre, audiences -- not...
  • The Jason Alexander era at Reprise Theatre Company

    The Jason Alexander era at Reprise Theatre Company
    "Once on This Island," a tale of love and redemption in the Caribbean, marks a new beginning for L.A.'s leading presenter of old musicals. "Island," which opens Wednesday at UCLA's Freud Playhouse, is the first show of Reprise Theatre Company's first...
  • Tom O'Horgan dies at 84; director of 'Hair' on Broadway

    Tom O'Horgan, a leader in New York's experimental theater scene in the 1960s who went on to direct the exuberant, often freewheeling Broadway productions of "Hair" and "Jesus Christ Superstar," has died. He was 84. The director died Sunday of natural...
  • PASSINGS: Willy Ronis, Dorothy Wellman, Guy Graham Babylon

    Willy Ronis French postwar photographer Willy Ronis, 99, the last of France's postwar greats of photography who captured the essence of Paris in black-and-white scenes of everyday life, died Sept. 12 at a Paris hospital, said Stephane Ledoux,...
  • Mark O'Connor, genre fiddler

    Mark O'Connor, genre fiddler
    Mark O'Connor sat in the small theater at UCLA as three earnest young music students -- a violinist, a cellist and a pianist -- determinedly worked through one movement of his Piano Trio No. 1, a piece commissioned and recorded by the Eroica Trio, one...
  • 'Mamma Mia!' dances into theaters

    'Mamma Mia!' dances into theaters
    MY 9-YEAR-OLD son asked me the other morning why I was dancing around the breakfast table singing "Take a Chance on Me." I don't usually sing in the morning. I definitely don't dance. And I didn't know I knew any ABBA songs (I've never actually bought...
  • David Henry Hwang's "Chinglish" to debut at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago

     
    David Henry Hwang's cross-cultural comedy, "Chinglish," will receive its world premiere at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago in June 2011, artistic director Robert Falls has announced. "Chinglish," which follows the adventures of an American businessman...
  • Tim Rice 'states' the case for U.S. music and nods to pal Andrew Lloyd Webber

     
    A couple of days ago, Culture Monster reported that the Broadway opening of "Love Never Dies," the long-awaited sequel to "The Phantom of the Opera," is being postponed until spring 2011 while composer Andrew Lloyd Webber recovers from prostate cancer.......