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One of the things you have to come away with after watching Coach House Theatre’s production of the master playwright Tennessee Williams’ famous and classic drama, “The Glass Menagerie,” is the overwhelming and oppressive notion of the struggle in these characters’ lives. Much is said about the idea of memory. The production begins with one […]

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Last weekend, “You,” a new work by choreographer Morgan Thorson, debuted at Bedlam Theatre in Lowertown. Actually, Saturday’s opening was a doubly special night, as Bedlam’s performing director Maren Ward reminded us at the close of the show, because “not only did “You” just premiere – this space just premiered.” After a series of “soft” opening events […]

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Jouvanca Jean-Baptiste

The Florida Grand Opera (FGO) presents Giacomo Puccini’s Tosca March 29th – April 12th at the Arsht Center and the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Veteran Kara Shay Thomson plays the lead role of Floria Tosca; however, newcomer and FGO Young Artist in Resident—Jouvanca Jean-Baptiste—will fill the lead role on March 30th, April 2nd and […]

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Sam Green & Yo La Tengo.

“I live on Earth at present, and I don’t know what I am. I know that I am not a category. I am not a thing — a noun. I seem to be a verb, an evolutionary process – an integral function

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Phillips Children’s Performing Arts Studio teaches dance classes to students beginning at age three. Most of the lessons consist of dance from all genres. The young ones also learn music, basic manners and oratorical skills. The combination of offering all of these subjects is geared to produce well-rounded and sound-minded young people in our troubled […]

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Romulus Linney’s “Love Drunk,” the May-December seeming romance/dark comedy/psychological teaser that’s on through this weekend at None Too Fragile Theater, is confusing – and deliberately so. The two characters, 25-year old Karen (played by Rachel Roberts) and the 65-year old Wilbur (played by Jim Viront), tell so many fanciful stories that you can’t tell whether […]

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“Textiles for Men and Machine Breakers”

Carrie Sieh’s exhibition “Textiles for Men and Machine Breakers,” curated by Bernice Steinbaum, has been extended through March 30th at the Audrey Love Gallery at the Bakehouse Art Complex (a Knight Arts grantee). Sieh’s exhibition “is anchored in the idea that the history of crafts(person)ship is central to the formation of contemporary gender identities.” However, […]

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When I read the title, “Gerald Ford Superfreak,” I laughed uncontrollably. I felt guilty for three seconds and then I chilled out. You see, it’s a comedy, so I had responded appropriately for once. “Gerald Ford Superfreak,” the latest comedy from Mad Cat Theatre

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On February 24, Park Square Theatre (a Knight Arts grantee) announced a new partnership (PDF) with three Minneapolis-based companies: Theatre Pro Rata, Sandbox Theatre and Girl Friday Productions. The “producing partnership” will mount shows for Park Square’s new Andy Boss Thrust Stage over the course of three years, beginning spring 2015: Sandbox and Theatre Pro […]

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The 11th Hour is an entertainment magazine that writes about and documents Macon’s culture and lifestyle. Each year, they host the Readers Choice Awards at the Cox Capitol Theatre, where they allow the readers to spotlight Macon’s most prominent businesses and people that range from down-home to corporate. Now, the nominees are not limited to […]

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