Join Julie Verrell, Nick Ono, and Julie Gaines of Bakersfield's Stars Theatre as they sit with Kern Living host Ryan Nelson and give the details on Stars' performance of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella. The Stars cast will be performing a re-scripted version of the classic musical. The cast also talks about season ticket deals and the dinners available at the theatre.
- Miami Herald
“I doubt anyone was expecting a find like this under these circumstances.”
- Robb Report
Dia Beacon, LACMA, David Zwirner and more are showcasing new events throughout 2023.
- The Tuscaloosa News
Renovation work on Bryce Main on the campus of the University of Alabama continues with the addition of a new portico to the central building.
- Star News
It's been 6 months since Tony Rivenbark, the longtime director of Wilmington's Thalian Hall, died after leading the institution for 42 years.
The run kicks off June 27 in New York.
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The architect's works have helped define the look of cities around the world, but it's their interiors where he makes remarkable use of light and space, through which Holl hopes to express "the joy from the creative act."
- The Columbus Dispatch
"Dignity: Tribes in Transition" and "... of Black Skin" are on display through April 1 at Capital University's Schumacher Gallery.
- Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
“I looked around at one point and realized these people and others like them were ready to run, and I didn’t feel like I needed to be standing in their way.”
- The Daily News Journal
MTSU Monday: Framptom special concert, teacher alumni honored, special art exhibit
- Miami Herald
Germane Barnes was a young architect and recent graduate when he was faced with two choices. Move to Paris to work at a renowned architectural firm or design community spaces for a South Florida city he had never heard of, Opa-Locka.
- The Telegraph
A single great performance is sometimes enough to carry an operatic evening. Covent Garden had caught the Norwegian soprano Lise Davidsen at the perfect moment to take on the daunting role of Elisabeth in Wagner’s opera. Representing virtue and strength (against the more fleshly attractions of Venus, played here by Ekaterina Gubanova) Davidsen sings with total poise, control and projection, radiant in tone, the phrases perfectly shaped. She is saintly in sacrificing herself, and fierce in the pa
- The Progress-Index
Benefit concert ticket proceeds benefit suicide prevention: Sadly, it's a cause Brockwell has been personally touched by
- The Bergen Record
Your favorite rapper's favorite photographer discusses upcoming projects and being honored as a cultural documentarian since the 1970s.
- The Telegraph
Twenty young composers capture the zeitgeist in Birmingham, plus the best of January’s classical concerts
Among the many artistic spectaculars derailed by the pandemic was the CBSO’s celebration of its 100th anniversary with no less than 40 specially commissioned works. Twenty of these were by emerging composers, and it was only yesterday, more than two years late, that they finally received their premieres. The orchestra under conductor Clark Rundell performed them with incredible concentration and stamina.
- The Des Moines Register
"Forbidden Broadway" is an off-Broadway show with a dozen iterations for more than 40 years. Now the latest heads to Des Moines.
In Fighting to Breathe: Race, Toxicity, and the Rise of Youth Activism in Baltimore, Dr. Nicole Fabricant of Towson University, chronicles the participatory action research of local students between 2011 and 2021, organizing and mobilizing their communities to fight back against a century of environmental injustice.
- Times Recorder
“In high school, I most enjoyed my time in art class or band. Both of these were fun creative outlets for me," said Paige Hough.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
First Stage's production for ages 3 and older is a bright and colorful story about a girl's neighborhood adventures on her seventh birthday.