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And it's not just trying on a new role. He is lowered to the stage in a jumpsuit and ferociously feathered blond wig and immediately begins the show's first rock-punk song, getting down on all fours, grinding into the microphone stand or licking the guitarist's strings.
The city is an unusual choice for the awards because it's not known for having one of the largest Indian-American populations in the U.S., but tourism officials hope it will be an economic boon.
A former Nevadan who's the resident conductor at the San Francisco Symphony has been named the new conductor of the Las Vegas Philharmonic.
This fall, the Atlantic Theater Company will present the world premiere of "Found," a show built around discarded notes and other ephemera that litter the streets.
Hey, did you hear? Madonna 's album is totally done...and a famous photographer has heard it! Except...it's not, and he didn't, and the whole thing is a lie.
A Maine theater company is suing a New Jersey school district with a complaint that the school damaged costumes loaned for a production of the musical comedy "Spamalot."
By now, some young musical theater fans have received an email from Stephen Schwartz asking them to stop illegally downloading sheet music from any of his shows.
An assortment of established and up-and-coming musical theater composers are hoping to raise awareness of sheet music piracy.
Plaintiff Michael Egan III, center, 31, his mother Bonnie Mound, left, and attorney Jeff Herman take questions from the media during a news conference in Beverly Hills, Calif., Monday, April 21, 2014.
An unidentified guest wipes away tears during an homage to Colombian Nobel Literature laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez at the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City, Monday, April 21, 2014.
The Canadian literary world is remembering Alistair MacLeod as not only a great writer but also an amiable person and gifted academic who inspired generations of students and scribes.
Now, she's deep into her most challenging project yet: writing songs for a stage musical.
Claudia Rankine, a poet born in Jamaica whose experimental verse and bracing social commentary have earned her high praise from her peers, has won a $50,000 prize designed to help her gain more attention from the general public.
In the late 1870s, Seifert began painting watercolors of Richland City area farms and scenes and continued into the early 1900s.
At a reception, club president Marilyn Meredith presented the awards to the winners selected by judge Elden Weber.