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 […]
There is no shortage of great community theater in Macon, and this summer is no exception. Theatre Macon, located downtown, and Macon Little Theatre, located on Forsyth Road, have both featured entertaining and fun musicals as an escape from the sweltering summer heat. Theatre Macon’s production of “Anything Goes,” featuring the legendary music of Cole […]
Sometimes love and marriage are monumental Sisyphean phenomenons that can often feel like rolling a boulder up Mount Everest and riding a bed on wheels down the backside ’til death do us part.
It’s almost Friday and I’m in love with Big Night Little Haiti at the Little Haiti Cultural Center (LHCC). Now it’s time for you to fall in love.
Ann Marsden, 55, a lifelong St. Paulite and photographer of record for Twin Cities actors, musicians, writers and artists for 30 years, died this weekend. Two years after her initial diagnosis, she succumbed to cervical cancer on Sunday evening with loved ones by her side, according to press reports. Marsden has been a fixture in […]
Eight plays each lasting 10 minutes. That’s a heap of theater variety. It gets better. You can watch all eight plays for $10. That’s a no-nonsense bargain. Weathervane Playhouse, a Knight Arts grantee, will be holding its 2nd annual “8 x 10 Theatrefest” this weekend. The key to the whole thing, according to Eileen Moushey, […]
When all else fails, dance. That’s what I do when the world seems out of whack or wacky. When I dance, everything disappears, including myself. Unfortunately, there’s always someone there to remind me that people are watching and that I should settle down.
There’s much ado around town about off-broadway hit “The Donkey Show,” and the buzz is almost deafening. The critically acclaimed supersonic disco extravaganza, inspired by Studio 54 and Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” opens next week on July 13.