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There are two knights playing two clowns and plenty of cross-dressers, as well as a guy in a one-man show, which somehow also features Barbra Streisand.
This image released by the The O+M Co. shows, from left, Jefferson Mays as Henry D'Ysquith, Jennifer Smith, and Bryce Pinkham as Monty Navarro in a scene from "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder."
This image released by The Public Theater shows Michael Cerveris and Sydney Lucas in "Fun Home."
The theater program at Robert Redford's Sundance Institute is emerging from the shadow of the institute's star-studded annual film festival.
Arena Stage is planning a new partnership with the U.S. State Department to lead theater workshops in four cities in India next month.
It's a frosty December afternoon. A light snow falls. Settling on the old powder with the softest of sighs, it makes all sparkle anew.
1871 - Giuseppe Verdi's opera "Aida" has its world premiere in Cairo, Egypt, to celebrate the opening of the Suez Canal.
There they are, 11 famous American writers from the 19th and 20th centuries, all gathered in one room.
This photo released by courtesy of the Blanton Museum of Art shows Andy Warhol's painting of "Farrah Fawcett," 1980.
According to the Nashville Musicians Association, the gift was a surprise to symphony representatives who attended a meeting last week facilitated by musicians' union president Dave Pomeroy.
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Published by Minneapolis, MN-based Squares and Rebels Press, which primarily promotes literary works by LGBT poets and writers "who have a strong connection to the Midwest," "Queer & Celtic," a new collection of Irish memories, poetry, essays, plays, and short stories, is a powerful reflection on family, community, and Celtic culture.
Actor-writer-director Tom Laughlin, whose production and marketing of "Billy Jack" set a standard for breaking the rules on and off screen, has died.
Averyell Kessler of W. Kessler Ltd., which brings touring Broadway shows to Jackson, predicts a "chilling effect" on its ticket sales, which carry a baseline price of $20-$62.50.
"PSYCH: THE MUSICAL" _ The producers have been talking about it for years and now they've finally created a two-hour spectacle that is equal parts mystery and melody.
The campaign is based on a feasibility study by Webb Management Services of New York, which found that the 1,200-seat theater built in 1922 in downtown Wichita plays a significant and unique role in the community and can help support the performing arts in Wichita.