This summer a touring exhibition of rare Egyptian artifacts, some recently unearthed, will be on display at San Francisco's deYoung Museum. KTVU's Alex Savidge speaks with curator Renee Dreyfus about what you can expect to see.
The FBI swooped in on the Orlando Museum of Art on Friday and took possession of a popular collection of paintings.
Sutton Foster, who stars opposite Hugh Jackman in the Broadway hit revival The Music Man, has tested positive for Covid for a second time since December and will miss performances until Wednesday, July 6. Jackman returned to the show June 22 following his own second bout with the illness, which he announced the day after […]
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SG5 is a new J-pop group with five members inspired by characters from the popular anime series
The protesters blame the military alliance for stoking the war in Ukraine and argue that "security is not achieved with more weapons", protest organizers Extinction Rebellion and Fridays For Future said in a joint statement. In pictures and a video posted on social media, a dozen activists could be seen lying on the floor, corpse-like, in front of Picasso's masterpiece, inspired by the bloody air raid on the town of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War.
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Marvel Comics’ editor-in-chief has high praise for this Prairie Village writer: “Every comic he writes is a roller coaster, full of fun but also steeped in darkness.”
According to The Associated Press, more than two dozen paintings attributed to artist Jean-Michel Basquiat were seized from the museum on Friday.
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The top 12 dancers - strategically chosen by our dynamic judging panel - Stephen "tWitch" Boss Emmy-, Tony- and Golden Globe-nominated artist Matthew Morrison and dancer, singer and digital sensation JoJo Siwa - have made it to the first studio show of the season. Dancers will showcase their talents in various dance styles, including contemporary, tap, hip-hop, ballroom, animation, breaking and more. They also will work with world-renowned choreographers and compete each week in a variety of sty
- Mansfield News Journal
Mansfield Art Center is hosting "Paintings & Assemblages" by John Mellencamp through Aug. 7.
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Questions of authenticity are swirling around the Basquiat collection.
- Entertainment Weekly
Jim Parsons to lead Off Broadway production of Terrence McNally musical A Man of No Importance
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Antonio Banderas are teaming up to create joint production company Amigos Para Siempre (APS), aimed at producing musicals, stage plays and live entertainment for major markets in the Spanish-speaking world, including the Latino U.S. market. Upcoming productions will include Spanish-language makeovers of Lloyd Webber classics, such as “The Phantom of the […]
Garry Marshall’s romantic comedy “Pretty Woman” starring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts continues to wow audiences through both the 1990 film and subsequent musical adaptation. But how does one translate a beloved musical from screen to stage? Marshall had always wanted to create a Broadway musical. Speaking with Variety, daughter Kathleen Marshall says, “He felt […]
The mask protocols will be evaluated each month.
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Cape Cod Times photographer Steve Heaslip has photographed the same events many times but challenges himself to look at them differently each year.
- Greenville News
Originally from Cyprus, Sarkis Chorbadjian has lived in Greenville since 1978 and established Sarkis Studio, primarily working with interior designers.
EXCLUSIVE Ozark actor McKinley Belcher III will join the cast of Broadway’s upcoming Death of a Salesman revival starring Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke this fall, producers announced today. Belcher will play Happy Loman, son of Willy (Pierce) and Linda (Clarke) Loman. The revival begins previews September 19 at the Hudson Theatre for a […]
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Timeless tracks to inspire you to cut a rug.
Ralph Fiennes To Star As Robert Moses In New York Staging Of David Hare’s ‘Straight Line Crazy’; Nicholas Hytner & Jamie Armitage Direct
Following its acclaimed run at The Bridge Theatre in London, David Hare’s Straight Line Crazy starring Ralph Fiennes as New York powerbroker Robert Moses will make its Big Apple Off Broadway debut this fall at The Shed. Directed by Nicholas Hytner and Jamie Armitage, the play will run October 18-December 18. The announcement was made […]
- Cape Cod Times
Highlights include craft and antique shows, a sculpture garden, the start of concert series, more music, mud mania, science and looks at history.
- The Daily Reporter
Magician Alan Kazam will only be at the theatre for two performances on July 1 and 2 at 10 a.m.