We’ve just had one of those bittersweet, end-of-summer weekends in the Twin Cities. The seasons plainly pivoted in the last two days: not only did the air turn a little cooler, along the river I saw an early-turning tree, half ablaze with orange already, as if calling to his green-leaved fellows to get a move [...]
Last Thursday night PAX (Performing Arts Exchange) hosted Velvet Glove, an underground circus held above ground because if you dig too deep in Little Havana, you hit limestone and then saltwater. The night featured local musicians, rappers, break
Macon Little Theatre’s 2012-13 season is called “A Season of Renewal: One To Grow On.” As the title suggests, there have been a lot of changes at MLT, including the long-awaited renovation of the historic building and an exciting year of musicals and comedies to delight the entire family. “Boeing, Boeing” is the second production [...]
Life is absurd. It’s a divine comedy that makes absolute sense and non-sense at the same time. That’s what makes life fun and fundamentally unstable and challenging. In honor of this psychotic tumbleweed of an existence, FUNDarte, the University of Miami Ring Theatre, and the Department of Modern Languages and Literature present the First International [...]
William Shakespeare’s “The Merry Wives of Windsor” premiered in the Bowl at Clark Park on Wednesday July 25th to a crowded hillside of attendees. Families on blankets, couples, picnickers and dogs alike came out to catch the seventh summer of Shakespeare in Clark Park, a free outdoor theater production in West Philadelphia. The only one [...]
“Nada Del Amor Me Produce Envidia” (“I Don’t Envy Love”), presented by Flor de un Dia, is an extraordinary one-woman play about envy and the profound black shadow of solitude that will come for us, all of us, one day.
Everyone who walks in is a suspect. Why? Because at Shadows Interactive Dinner Theater, which recently opened in downtown Macon, every Friday night is an interactive mystery event. “When you walk in the door you get an envelope,” explained Jacqueline Akins, who is the visionary behind this new venture. “Inside the envelope is a badge. [...]
Next Friday, July 27th from 4-8 p.m., experience the inspirational power of art for free at “Discover Art! Family Festival” at the Little Haiti Cultural Center.
Now in his third week of rehearsals for the national tour of “Book of Mormon,” Macon native Grey Henson is just beginning his professional career in musical theater. He will be playing Elder McKinley, the part originally performed by Rory O’Malley, who was nominated for a Tony Award for his portrayal in the original Broadway [...]
When guests board the Jonathan Padelford Riverboat on Harriet Island for the “River City Revue” this Wednesday night, they’ll be greeted by the lively, New Orleans-style jazz of the Southside Aces brass band, who’ll continue playing throughout the evening from the boat’s top deck. The “Revue” is a joint project by many of the same [...]