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Poet Robert Frost once considered the world's demise by fire or ice, but Orlando musician Andy Matchett's vision isn't limited to such primal elements. Describing "Key of E," his apocalyptic rock musical to debut Thursday, May 16 at the Orlando...
The Beatles, who were first introduced to America in February 1964 with their appearance on the New York-based Ed Sullivan Show, will return to Broadway (sort of) this summer. According to the New York Times, the Fab Four’s musical Let It Be will...
Kids and families learned all about music at a recent event in Boca Raton. The Boca Raton Symphonia's free Meet the Orchestra program at Saint Andrew's School offered hands-on experimentation with musical instruments, tips from area experts and...
CLERMONT — "West Side Story" was a home run of a musical when it opened on Broadway in 1957. The names of those responsible for putting the show together reads like a Who's Who of American theater: Arthur Laurents, who wrote the dark book;...
Thanks to the tenacity of a director and a talented cast, fans of Cole Porter can get to know the composer's 1937 musical, "You Never Know," currently getting first-rate treatment at Prince George's Little Theatre at the Bowie Playhouse. The legendary...
Betty Buckley grew up in a home with diverging viewpoints about her love for music and storytelling. Her father, a painter, poet, writer and music lover, hailed from a small town in South Dakota. It was with him that Buckley started singing folk tunes....
Listening to Youth in a Roman Field, it's not hard to imagine the band in a shady glade singing its timeless, melancholy folk — the accordion makes the fantasy list toward the French countryside. The songs are clear, simple, a little sad and swept...
The players lift their bows with the customary this-is-the-end flourish, finishing a movement of a Shostakovich string quartet, and the audience claps. A few "Whoo!" yells escape from the back of the room. Some people whistle. As the quartet launches...
Tags: Entertainment, Culture, Music, Concerts, Customs and Tradition
When Laguna Beach Live! hosts a fundraiser Wednesday for its music education program, it will get a considerable boost: a visit from the next president. The next president of bass players, that is. Kristin Korb, whose jazz trio will perform at the...
Tags: Entertainment, Music, Entertainment Events, Theater
Songs from well-known musicals will be performed as the 2013 Super Summer Theatre presents “Broadway Meets Hollywood” on May 17 and 18 in the mountains west of Las Vegas. Numbers from such shows as "Annie," "Fiddler on the Roof," "Grease,"...
The 106th Bethlehem Bach Festival continues through this weekend, highlighting two works not by Bach, but celebratory in their own right. Beethoven's joyous "Choral Fantasy" will be performed 4 p.m. Friday at Packer Memorial Church, followed by Morten...
Tags: Culture, Entertainment, Arts, Music Industry, Reformed
As a young man, David Steinberg moved to Chicago from his native Winnipeg to study at the Yeshiva, a Jewish rabbinical school. But on the way he went to see Chicago's Second City comedy troupe and became so enamored with its style of stand-up, he...
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