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Jamie Bartlett, associate professor of music at the College of William and Mary, will participate in the Williamsburg Choral Guild's Summer Sings Actress Sally Struthers plays the irrepressible Dolly Levi in a touring production of "Hello, Dolly!" coming to the Ferguson Center for the Arts in November. Comment?
FIVE WOMEN WEARING THE SAME DRESS BY ALAN BALL Duke City Repertory Theatre 5/16-5/26/2013 Two estranged friends, a petulant younger sister, conservative cousin and a lesbian walk in to a wedding... Join DCRT for this wickedly funny and irreverent comedy about the fairer sex from the writer of American Beauty, Six Feet Under and True Blood. Comment?
View All Show Listings for Montana Click Here to View BroadwayWorld.com Montana Calendar BECKY'S NEW CAR Whitefish Theatre Company 5/23-6/8/2013 "Becky's New Car" by Steven Dietz "takes the audience on a smart, comic cruise through the perils of middle-aged longing and regret" - Variety. Comment?
After 4 1/2 years behind bars, battling weight gain and depression, O.J. Simpson is hopeful freedom is just around the corner. Comment?
And it has bravura performances from film stars Matt Damon as a hunky, often bewildered Thorson and Michael Douglas as Liberace himself, letting his middle-aged paunch show in an explicit depiction of a sex and drug-laced relationship that puts a new, jarring vision of the easy listening pop culture icon onscreen. Comment?
Orla Brady has revealed how filming the new series of Poirot was tricky as almost every character has a different accent. Comment?
TV has become like Florida - one long, hot season. Take the hugely anticipated reboot of "24," the gripping Fox drama starring Kiefer Sutherland that was canceled in 2010 but will return next year ... in May. Comment?
This past week, Kristin Bien of WSBT-TV 22 News gave away several pairs of tickets to see Disney's Beauty and the Beast live on stage at the Mendel Center of Lake Michigan College's Napier Avenue campus. Comment?
... the Weinstein Co. picked up the film for release July 16, won both the Grand Jury prize and the Audience Award for a drama at Sundance. Cannes has a tradition of cherry-picking the best of Sundance. Much as "Beasts of the Southern Wild" did last ... Comment?
What a long, strange trip it's been this season, Jukeboxers. After this week's column, we shut down for the summer and welcome the onslaught of depressingly music-free reality TV. Comment?
Today in show business news: Not many people watched the American Idol finale, The Voice is still going strong, and Pete Campbell takes to the stage. Comment?
"Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted: And All the Brilliant Minds Who Made The Mary Tyler Moore Show a Classic" by Jennifer Keishin Armstrong. Comment?
When beer bars and gastropubs started sprouting up en masse across Los Angeles a few years ago, not many could have predicted the rise of Beer Belly . Comment?
... Imagine series, Friday Night Lights, and they will likely use crowdfunding to directly tap the rabid fan base of that drama for some of the budget. "We made a terrific feature with Pete Berg, turned it into a terrific TV series and will now make a ... Comment?
Star-studded collaborations are on tap for this Sunday night's Billboard Music Awards, airing live from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on ABC. Comment?
Gomez, Morticia, Pugsley, Wednesday, Uncle Fester, Lurch and all the other members of that creepy, crawly Addams clan are, first and foremost, a family. Comment?
State Rep. Paul Heroux, whose district includes most of Attleboro, has introduced a bill that would prohibit smoking in a vehicle when children are present. Comment?
With the fall schedules of the five broadcast networks announced, there's much to be anticipated. Comment?
Cynthia Nixon makes her directorial debut with a benefit reading of Jules Feiffer's 1967 comedy Little Murders May 19 at Off-Broadway's Acorn Theatre. Comment?
Each year, "General Hospital" fans from all over the world make the journey to California for "General Hospital" Fan Club Weekend. Comment?