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When the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center releases its new schedule each year, the Broadway tours get the bulk of the attention.
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The Yale Whiffenpoofs made a stop at the Arbors at Crestview retirement community for two performances today.
The standing-room-only crowd went home happy after Chatham High held its annual spring fashion show on Friday, March 14. "Oceans 14" went off without a hitch, with no major wardrobe malfunctions.
Only 1,000 View Level and 500 Standing-Room-Only tickets will be available as part of the packages.
Finding Notre Dame High School Belmont's unofficial school mascot Clifford, a cocker spaniel, walking the grounds of the school is just one of the latest additions from new Head of School Maryann Osmond.
Fresh off a decade-plus as CEO of Boston Mutual Life Insurance Co., Paul Petry has been named to Belmont Savings Bank's board of directors.
Wish I knew better. The picture is so blasted fuzzy. After spending more than two and a half hours in the company of the young men who called themselves the Comedian Harmonists, I can reliably recount that -profession-wise, at least - one had been a waiter, another a doctor, an opera singer, a pianist, a musical arranger and a former Rabbi.
Singer Barry Manilow has long been a luminary in the world of music, but now, alongside his long-time collaborator Bruce Sussman, he's returned to theater with a production of the musical Harmony .
The big question surrounding the fate of Harmony : Is Broadway ready for another musical about the turbulent 30s and Nazi occupation of Germany? With The Sound of Music, Fiddler on the Roof and Cabaret firmly planted in our minds as three of the greatest musicals ever written about these themes, do we need one more? Barry Manilow has been trying ... (more)
The VFAA has been awarded a minigrant of up to $2,000 from the State of Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and Oakland County Office of Arts, Culture and Film to help fund the PAN exhibition.
The Baker's Dozen of Yale University, an a cappella singing group, will perform at 7 p.m., Friday, March 21, in the Cape Henlopen High School theater on Kings Highway in Lewes.
Huntsville Fire & Rescue Department's Fahrenheit sings for the 24th Annual Kiwanis Huntsville- Madison County Prayer Breakfast in May 2012.
On February 19, Florida Gulf Coast University added a new painting to its public art collection.
The blues is back at Howiee's on Front. The Rogue Valley Blues Summit will be held the first Tuesday of every month at the downtown club.