Film and theatre

Rogers and Hammerstein must be rolling in their graves

Do not mistake yourself. I encourage creativity and thinking about ways to present a classic in an unconventional way. What comes to mind is the Shakespeare in the Park version of “The Taming of the Shrew” set in the Wild West with Morgan Freeman and Tracy Ullman. Ethan Hawke did …

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News | City of West Hollywood

The City of West Hollywood Announces Upcoming Moving Image Media Art (MIMA) Program Exhibit and Launch of 59, a film by artist Leslie Foster. 59 will air at the top of each hour on the digital billboard at 8743 Sunset Boulevard (Invisible Frame) on the Sunset Strip from Saturday, October …

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Spokane Civic Theater gets off to a good start at ‘Oz’

Sept. 18 – Spokane Civic Theater’s production of ‘The Wizard of Oz’ opened Friday to an enthusiastic audience. It was community theater in the best way. Based on the classic tale by L. Frank Baum, “The Wizard of Oz” features the iconic music from the 1939 film of the same …

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New York Film Academy Launches World-Class Bachelor of Fine Arts

New York, NY, Sept. 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The New York Film Academy (NYFA) launches its groundbreaking WSCUC-accredited Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) program in Musical Theater at the heart of the film industry. musical theatre, New York City. Eligible students can apply now for admission to the program …

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Theater Diary: Bonitafest Melodrama Returns for 45th Season Next Week

For 45 years, Max Branscomb has written and directed the annual Bonitafest Melodrama. Branscomb said the audience-interactive melodrama project about the true history of San Diego County is San Diego County’s longest running continuous theater project. The shows blend true stories from San Diego history with motifs of 1880s Western …

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‘To Barbra With Love’: Barbra’s Baptism of Canberra

posted on September 12, 2022 We all know and adore her, a revered pioneer whose voice and words have the power to move the earth, shape culture and transcend it. And now Barbra Streisand’s legacy comes to life at the Canberra Theater Center from Wednesday 28th to Thursday 29th October. …

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Mississippi film by Meriwether Lewis premiering

By BROOKE BULLOCK BURLESON, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal BALDWYN, Miss. (AP) – Clark Richey of Baldwyn heard legends of the Natchez Trace throughout his life, growing up just miles from the 444-mile stretch of ancient land. “I’ve always been interested in the time when northern Mississippi was part of the …

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Love and Thunder, Pinocchio and more

— Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. Marvel fans Thor (Where Obi Wan Kenobi Where Frozen), get ready, because the day of Disney+ has arrived. The streaming celebration is here a little earlier this year than last year’s …

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Urbanite play tackles Asian stereotypes and Mickey Rooney

In an age when actors have to think twice about whether it’s appropriate to take on a role based on their gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity and physical attributes, it can It might come as a surprise that Mickey Rooney’s performance as a Japanese entertainer in 1961’s romantic drama “Breakfast …

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Documentary “Just a father from Akron: the movement”

AKRON, Ohio – When visitors meet Kenny Lambert at his “Just a dad from Akron” clothing store or one of the many community events he has organized, they are greeted by a tall, heavily tattooed, energetic young man with cool hair and a genuine smile. It is not surprising that …

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Memoirs of Aspen: Utility Work on Garmisch, Programming Set of Aspen Film

S. Garmisch intended for utility work South Garmsich Street, from Main Street to Hopkins Avenue, will be closed for public works on Thursday, September 1 from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Friday, September 2 from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The driveway will remain accessible from the first street. …

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A Hard Journey: Why I Crossed the Country to See Lawrence of Arabia | Features

I was quite impressed with how Lean put together all of these desert extras for scenes that would most likely be put together via CGI technology today. (Yeah, “Avengers: Endgame” had a triumphant climax, but you knew damn well all those people weren’t there in the same scene.) In fact, …

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Photos/Recap – ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ returns to Hollywood’s El Capitan Theater with preview of ‘Andor’

Last week we learned that the hit 2016 movie Rogue One: A Star Wars Story would return to Hollywood’s El Capitan Theater for a week and a half, in addition to playing select IMAX screens across the country. A thug originally played El Capitan when it first hit theaters, but …

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The Washington Improv Theater celebrates 25 years with a theater studio residency

As it enters its 25th anniversary season, Washington Improv Theater (WIT) will begin a year-long residency at the Studio Theater. WIT will mount six productions (listed below) in three separate performance spaces within the newly renovated Studio, in addition to the free weekly Harold Night series for ages 12 and …

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Plaza Theater Co.’s Chitty Car Is a Wonder Machine | Living

Cars frequently fill the parking lot of the Plaza Theater Co., but hardly anyone ever drives one inside the theater. That changed with the opening last week of “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,” which runs until September 10. It’s quite a car. “Probably the most elaborate set we’ve ever had for …

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SohoPlace to open with transfer of Young Vic’s Marvelous in October

Last updated August 21, 2022 The New Theater @ SohoPlace will open with the transfer of Young Vic’s production of Neil Baldwin and Malcolm Clarke’s Marvelous in October. The cast of Wonderful. Photo: Andrew Billington Nica Burns is thrilled to announce that @sohoplace’s opening production will be New Vic’s highly …

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Byrd Theater shares an update on why it’s now closed for upgrades

RICHMOND, Va. — The historic Byrd Theatre, located in the Carytown neighborhood of Richmond, recently shared photos of the ongoing effort to modernize the 1920s movie palace. While it’s exciting to see these photos, we wanted to ask a few questions about the work and what moviegoers can expect when …

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Fort Peck Summer Theater Wraps Up 53rd Season With Thriller “Wait Until Dark”

Courtesy photo / For mail Shelby Art will portray Suzy in “Wait Until Dark,” the final show of the 53rd season. In the Oscar-nominated film version, Audrey Hepburn plays Suzy Hendrix, a blind woman who must use her wits to outsmart con artists and solve a mystery unfolding before her …

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Obituary of Anne Heche | Movies

Anne Heche began acting as a teenager, but despite her success in television, film and on stage, her career was overshadowed by a life of tragedy and controversy. Heche, who died at the age of 53 after a car accident, rose to tabloid prominence in the late 1990s as the …

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Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of “Event Horizon” at the Hollywood Theater

Event Horizon (1997) Set in the year 2047, the paranormal sci-fi spirit of Paul WS Anderson stars Sam Neill and Laurence Fishburne as crew members of the rescue ship Lewis and Clark. Their mission? To recover the Event Horizon, a spaceship that disappeared into a haunted black hole seven years …

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‘Bullet Train’ topped the charts in opening weekend with $30.1 million

Find out what clicks on FoxBusiness.com. Sony Pictures’ “Bullet Train” starring Brad Pitt hit theaters this weekend and took the No. 1 spot, earning $30.1 million, according to studio estimates on Sunday. “Bullet Train’s” opening weekend, while strong, remains underperforming for a movie starring the likes of Pitt that cost …

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Major Punjabi feature film shot in a BC ghost town explores the history of the province’s early Sikh settlers

In the early 1900s, a young man travels to Canada to earn money for his family back home. After joining a small group of fellow Punjabis working in a sawmill, he faces harsh working conditions, harassment and discrimination. This is the synopsis of a new breakthrough movie titled “ਛੱਲਾ ਮੁੜ …

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Broadway Palm helps raise funds for the Gulf Coast Humane Society | News, Sports, Jobs – SANIBEL-CAPTIVA

PROVIDED PHOTO The Tin Man (Chris Lewis), Cowardly Lion (Victor Legarreta) and Scarecrow (Nik Olson) with a pup from the Gulf Coast Humane Society. The Broadway Palm is raising funds this summer for the Gulf Coast Humane Society. “The Wizard of Oz” plays now until August …

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Opening of Salt Shed, Broadway in a Park, Queer Cinema and Bats

Join local musicians Makaya McCraven and Sons of Kemet for an outdoor performance to celebrate the inaugural night of the Salt shed (1357 N. Elston), Chicago’s new independent concert hall, which occupies the site of the former Morton Salt complex. They will be joined in the line-up by British jazz …

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Ek Villain Returns: Arjun Kapoor and John Abraham’s Painful Film Makes Original Oscar-Worthy

There’s a fight in the subway. There is a fight in an old building. There is a fight on a busy road. But why are they fighting? The question persists for a long time watching Mohit Suri’s Ek Villain Returns. Billed as a spiritual successor to his 2014 film Ek …

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Sally Phillips: ‘I gave myself a headache pretending to laugh at Alan Partridge’ | Movies

Your new movie, How to Pleasure a Woman, looks great. With Good Luck to You, Emma Thompson’s Leo Grande, isn’t it time to talk about the pleasure of women on screen? Vicky Tupper The pleasure of women has been discussed non-stop on the screen, although generally it’s just: which angle …

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Young Frankenstein at La Mirada Theater September 16, 2022

La Mirada, Calif.… LA MIRADA THEATER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS & McCOY RIGBY ENTERTAINMENT will present the monstrously hilarious first show of their 2022-2023 season, Sally Struthers as “Frau Blücher” at the Southern California premiere of the new revised version, London version of YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN by Mel Brooks. YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN …

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New cast announced for RSC’s Matilda The Musical

A new cast has been announced for the Royal Shakespeare Company’s West End production Mathilde the musical which is now in its 10th year and continues to perform to packed houses at the Cambridge Theatre. Victoria Alsina, Laurel Sumberg and Heidi Williams will join Maisie Mardle in the title role …

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I Can’t Help But Be Baffled When My Husband’s Novel Comes to Life on Film | Rachel Cooke

I often feel that other human beings are essentially unknowable; don’t even our loved ones do such strange and unjustified things? But the feeling has surely never been stronger than when, at the beginning of this month, I went to the scene of The critica film based on my husband’s …

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‘The Last Movie Stars’ is a celebratory canonization of Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward

The six-part, six-hour HBO Max series “The Last Movie Stars,” a documentary about Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, directed by Ethan Hawke, is a work of unequivocal hagiography, even canonization. Its tone of reverence goes beyond the two leads (who were married for fifty years, until Newman’s death in 2008) …

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Review of “Song of Songs” by Pam Tanowitz

“Let him kiss me with kisses from his mouth.” How do you translate this, the first line of the Song of Songs from the Bible – or the rest of that ancient collection of erotic poems – into a dance? And how do you do it in pure dance, without …

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‘The Band’s Visit’ is the Cincinnati Broadway show we’ve been waiting for

No offense to “Moulin Rouge” or “Hadestown” or any of the other shows the Cincinnati Broadway series will be bringing to town over the next few months. But the show I’ve been waiting for is “The Band’s Visit,” which opens an all-too-short week at the Aronoff Center on July 19. …

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The King’s Theater in Stratford turns to Scotland for its film screenings

LISA BURD/Stuff Tony ‘Baz’ Gordon (Baz), left and Patsy Commerford show off the new cinema. The King’s Theater in Stratford may have operated in the central town of Taranaki since New Year’s Eve 1917, but its films are now broadcast from Scotland. Between two large projectors, which would have turned …

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‘Heathers’ and America’s Great Divide – The Durango Herald

“Heathers: The Musical” is currently staged at the MainStage Theater at Fort Lewis College. (Courtesy) Cole Davis Musical staged at FLC’s MainStage Theatre. If you’re up for a lively intergenerational discussion, check out “Heathers: The Musical” at Fort Lewis College. Part of a trilogy of theatrical presentations organized by Durango …

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Lesser Known Facts About Tun Tun’s Birthday

Singer, actor and comedian Uma Devi Khatri is better known as Tun Tun. Described as “the very first actress in Hindi cinema”, Tun Tun was born 99 years ago, on July 11, 1923, in Uttar Pradesh. Tun Tun started her career in the Hindi film industry as a playback singer. …

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The world is a stage and communication can be a bridge

“The whole world is a stage, and all men and women are just players.” This might very well be the most recognizable quote from william shakespeareit is As you like it. Life often imitates the dynamics of theatre, and vice versa. They are like two mirrors facing each other, making …

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Theater Review: “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” at Port Tobacco Players

Left to right: Lumiere (Benjamin Simpson) and Cogsworth (Bradley Evans). Photo provided by Jason Klonkowski. Musicals adapted from blockbuster films, both animated and live-action, have been a staple of the theater industry for many years due to their broad appeal and family-friendly marketing. While they’re not always adored by the …

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Mona Hammond dead: EastEnders star was 91

Mona Hammond, a former ‘EastEnders’ star and West End pioneer, has died. She was 91 years old. No cause of death was given. Hammond was best known for playing matriarch “EastEnders” Blossom on the long-running British soap opera as well as co-founding the black British theater company Talawa alongside Yvonne …

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From RRR to Gangubai Kathiawadi, best movies of 2022 so far

Halfway through 2022, we’ve seen movies brimming with a variety of rich genres and colorful characters. Films include unconventional badass female narratives, slice-of-life tales, and epic period films. From a few surprise hits to shocking rebuffs, here’s a list of our picks for the best movies of 2022 so far. …

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2022 Kresge Artist Fellowships and Gilda Awards spotlight film, music and performing arts

Thirty-one artists from Metro Detroit will share $550,000 in Kresge and Gilda Emerging Artist Awards. The awards were announced today by Kresge Arts’ Detroit office located at the College for Creative Studies, which administers the organization on behalf of the Kresge Foundation. The 14th cohort of winners includes 15 Kresge …

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‘Fourth of July’ 2022: How to buy tickets to see Louis CK’s new movie at the Beacon Theater

Controversial comedian Louis CK is hosting a special screening of his upcoming film “Fourth of July” at the Beacon Theater on Thursday, June 30. The one-night-only screening will be accompanied by a Q&A with CK who wrote and directed the film. Joe List, the star and co-writer of “Fourth of …

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Frank Williams obituary | daddy’s army

Actor Frank Williams, who has died aged 90, was best known as Rev Timothy Farthing in Dad’s Army, one of the BBC’s most popular television series. Although this mild-mannered vicar was a bit of a jokester and dither, Williams himself was a deeply religious man, a practicing Anglican. Indeed, in …

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AP Film Corporation launches movie ticket sales portal

The Andhra Pradesh Film, Television and Theater Development Corporation (APSFTTDC) will launch a portal titled “Your Screens” to sell cinema tickets at affordable prices stipulated by the government without hefty extra charges. APSFTTDC chief executive T. Vijay Kumar Reddy in a press release on Wednesday said theaters could still sell …

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Netflix and ‘Chosen One’ Producer Release Statements About Fatal Accident

Netflix and Redrum, producers of “The Chosen One” series, have released statements about the traffic accident in Baja California that killed two of their actors on Thursday. Two other cast members and four crew members were injured, but remained stable and returned home to recover. Netflix said: “We are deeply …

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Want to watch Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 online? Read the details here

The comedy-drama horror film by Kartik Aaryan, Tabu and Kiara Advani, Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, was released on May 20. Since its debut in May, it has been one of the most successful box office films of the year, earning over 175 crores. The film is set to make its OTT …

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James Patterson apologizes for saying white writers face racism

Crime novelist James Patterson issued an apology on Tuesday following an earlier remark about racism. Speaking to the UK’s Sunday Times over the weekend, Patterson said ‘older white male writers’ aren’t being hired to ‘write gigs in film, theatre, TV or publishing’ in this moment – claiming the phenomenon is …

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How Hollywood cinemas conquered the world

When Ross Melnick arrived in Los Angeles in 1996, his first apartment overlooked the historic Fox Theater in Westwood. Taking a break from unpacking his boxes, he stepped out onto his balcony and watched the hundreds of people below queuing to see the hit alien invasion drama. Independence day. “Between …

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Check out “Wild and Scenic” at the Science North Short Film Festival

Taking place at the Science North IMAX Theater on June 9 at 7 p.m., the film festival features 10 award-winning short films about nature, adventure, conservation and climate change, and Indigenous cultures. If you love the beauty of the natural world, Science North’s newest event, the Wild & Scenic Film …

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Jaadugar release date; Jitendra Kumar’s film will premiere in July

Jitendra Kumar is riding high after a successful second season at the Panchayat. Kumar has a new project with one of the most renowned streaming platforms. The film, titled Jaadugaris billed as a sports comedy-drama starring Kumar in the lead role. The streaming company teased the announcement with a 20-second …

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MIFF: Admitted by Chandigarh-based filmmaker wins award

The docu-drama ‘Admitted’, directed by Chandigarh-based Ojaswwee Sharma, won Best Documentary Film (over 60 minutes) in the National Competition section at the 17th edition of the Mumbai International Film Festival (MIFF ) for documentaries, short fiction and animated films. ‘Admitted’ is a biographical docudrama about the inspiring life of Dhananjay …

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Adams offers a great opportunity to the People’s Theater Project | The Riverdale Press

STAFF REPORT Big changes are coming to the People’s Theater Project, considered Manhattan’s largest performing arts organization north of Harlem. And Mino Lora de Spuyten Duyvil – who founded the theater troupe – is very grateful. City officials chose her as a non-profit to operate a one-of-a-kind performing arts center …

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ABORTION WEEKEND – NoHo Arts District

[NoHo Arts District, CA] – JAM Productions’ dynamic creative duo, Jairis Carter and Mareshah Dupree, make their Hollywood Fringe Festival her Fellowship debut with a production of the new feminist black comedy “ABORTION WEEKEND.”

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Lenny Henry Criticizes TV Streamers’ Commissioning Tactics | television broadcast

Sir Lenny Henry has criticized the way streaming services commission content, saying: “They want to know if it’s going to sell before they think it’s going to be good.” The comedian, who has been appearing on TV screens for nearly 50 years, believes the BBC has a better approach to …

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“The Little Mermaid Jr.” from the Pike Road Theater Company coming June 17-18

The June 17-18 performance of The Little Mermaid Jr. will feature 45 children whose talents blossomed during the Pike Road Theater Company’s summer camp. James Keith Posey, Founder and President of the Theatre, said the number of children who have signed up for the camp is indicative of how the …

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See the League of Chicago Theaters summer theater guide, featuring the Black Ensemble Theater, Goodman Theater and more

Chicago will continue to produce some of the country’s most exciting works this summer. Offerings from the city’s more than 250 production theaters include a wide variety of plays and musicals, as well as comedy, dance and outdoor events. For a complete listing of Chicago productions, including a guide to …

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GODSPELL opens at Music Mountain Theater

Godspell was the first major musical proposed by three-time Grammy and Oscar winner Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin, Children of Eden), and it took the world by storm. Led by the international hit “Day by Day”, Godspell offers a parade of beloved songs including “Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord”, …

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Sportin’ Life: John W. Bubbles, an American classic book review

Placeholder while loading article actions There’s a fascinating scene in the 1943 film “Stormy Weather” that, brief as it is, encapsulates the virtuoso brilliance of dancer John W. Bubbles. According to the penetrating and revealing new biography, “Sportin’ Life: John W. Bubbles, an American Classic,” it also helps explain why …

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Glove Theater interviews candidates for the position of manager

For the first time in more than a decade, the Glove Theater is interviewing applicants to hire as a full-time paid employee to manage the day-to-day operations of the nonprofit theater. James Hannahs, chairman of the board of the Glove Theater, said an increasing number of ongoing programming events at …

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Tom Cruise Jets in Cannes – and leaves with a Palme d’Or

The Palme d’Or is the Cannes Film Festival’s most prized possession – the highest award given at the end of the festival to the jury’s choice for the best film in the competition. But much like how the Oscars bestow honorary awards on a handful of recipients at a separate …

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Media Theater Veterans Alliance Honors U.S. Navy Veteran Dick Wilson – Delco Times

MEDIA — The cast of “Sister Act,” which is currently playing on stage at the Media Theater until June 5, weren’t the only ones to receive a standing ovation last Saturday night. Audience members rose to give thunderous applause to Navy combat veteran Richard “Dick” Wilson, 97, who was honored …

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Jug Jugg Jeeyo First Look, Check It Out Here

Jug Jugg Jeeyo, a film featuring the stalwarts of Hindi cinema, is directed by Raj Mehta. The film is special because it marks the return of Neetu Kapoor to the screen after seven long years. It is supported by Karan Johar’s Dharma Production. The first look of the film was …

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TOWARDS T, OR NOT TOWARDS T? Coming to the Kirk Douglas Theater in June

Block Party: Celebrating Los Angeles Theater returns with the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s production of “To T, or Not To T? A Comedic Trans Journey through (T)estosterone and Masculinity” from June 25 to July 10, 2022. Opening is scheduled for June 29. Written and performed by renowned Tamil-Sri Lankan-American actor/screenwriter/comedian …

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New York Theater Guide News

The nominees for the 2022 Tony Awards have been announced, honoring shows that reopened Broadway after the pandemic during the 2021-22 season. A total of 29 productions received at least a nod, including pandemic-postponed productions, star-studded revivals, and new plays and musicals that span the gamut of musical and dramatic …

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Martin Scorsese presents a buried gem and a pitch for cinema’s past with a new virtual theater

Martin Scorsese and the Film Restoration Association he founded will launch a new virtual theater, the Film Foundation Restoration Screening Room.FADEL SENNA/AFP/Getty Images As Martin Scorsese and Thelma Schoonmaker were locked in a cutting-edge “Raging Bull” apartment — an intense process that would have consumed the thoughts of most filmmakers …

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The Dogwood Festival returns for the 85th year and counting

The City of Fairfield has proclaimed April 30 as National Therapy Animal Day in honor of companion animal partners. Pet Partners teams make millions of visits each year to schools, hospitals, nursing homes and hospices. Their therapy animals partner with human companions to bring comfort and healing to those in …

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The cast announces the world premiere of a new adaptation of A SINGLE MAN by Christopher Isherwood at the Park Theater

Troupe today announces the world premiere of a new adaptation of A Single Man by Christopher Isherwood by Simon Reade. Directed by Philip Wilson, the production opens in Park200 at the Park Theater on October 21, with previews from October 19, and runs through November 26. California, 1962. College professor …

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Cameron Mackintosh Judi Dench Damian Lewis Celebrates Sondheim – Deadline

All eyes were on Judi Dench. The legendary actress sat on stage right performing one of Stephen Sondheim’s greatest hits. The sound of his voice, accompanied by a 25-piece orchestra conducted by Alfonso Casado Trigo, amazed a hushed audience. There was spontaneous applause. The leading lady was taken offstage. She …

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May weekend releases, here’s a list of new shows and movies to watch

This weekend, keep an eye out for the latest releases from your favorite Bollywood, Hollywood or Tollywood stars, as many new series and movies are releasing on OTT platforms as well as in cinemas. These movies cover a wide range of topics, including sports, comedy, horror, suspense, thrillers, and romance …

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Was the Cleveland International Film Festival at Playhouse Square a success? The organizers say yes

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland International Film Festival saw an attendance of 77,531 for the 46th annual event, which ran from March 30 to April 17. The number includes 28,567 people who attended Playhouse Square in person and 48,964 people who watched online. “We are so grateful to everyone who …

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State Theater Hosts Farm Party to Celebrate Centennial Anniversary

NEWS | FEATURES | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 04/26/2022 (NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ) — New Jersey State Theater will host Party on the Farm, a gala to celebrate the centennial anniversary of State Theater New Jersey on Saturday, May 7, 2022. The State Theater Benefit Gala will be held at …

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Arts Beat: Sevenars announce summer classical and jazz concerts

Tony and Chita in the Berkshires! Broadway award-winning singer-dancer Tony Yazbeck, Tony Award nominee for “On the Town” (who was born on Barrington Stage), and Chita Rivera, a Broadway legend, will appear at the Berkshire Theater Group’s Colonial Theater on 28 and May 29, respectively. . Yazbeck starred in “Flying …

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Ten tips about the Tibbs Drive-In Theater – Indianapolis Monthly

Tibbs is Indy’s newest drive-in theater. In 1967, when the venue opened, the city had many places to see a movie outside. But one by one they fell either through lack of interest or rising property values, which saw the real estate they sat on used for housing estates and …

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7 movies released in April that you should pay attention to

Two years after the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world, everyone is experiencing some semblance of normalcy with governments lifting restrictions. The cinemas that have been closed the longest are back in business and people are returning in droves to see movies on the big screen. The last two Fridays of …

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Theater Review: “Sense and Sensibility” at Everyman Theater

The Sense and Sensibility Company. Photo by Teresa Castracane. Jane Austen is one of Britain’s best-loved writers on both sides of the pond thanks, in part, to A&E first delivering 1995’s fan-favorite ‘Pride and Prejudice’ starring Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle. But it was PBS’ Masterpiece which ran the complete …

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Screening of historical films at the Village Theater on April 13

Dragon Painter film still of Sessue Hayakawa and Aoki in Coronado Tea Garden Courtesy of Milestone Films and Kino Lorber. The Coronado Historical Association (CHA) in partnership with the Coronado Island Film Festival will host a special screening on Wednesday, April 13, 2022 at 5 p.m. of the silent film, …

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Musical ‘Tootsie’, adapted from the classic 1982 film, makes its first visit to San Diego

San Diego theater fans will see “Tootsie: The Comedy Musical” for the first time when it premieres at the San Diego Civic Theater next week. The musical was based on the 1982 Oscar-nominated film starring Dustin Hoffman as struggling New York actor Michael Becker, who dresses up as a woman …

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The Bishop’s Stortford Musical Theater Company will perform songs from the musicals in a two-night cabaret-style show at the Manuden Village Community Center

Enjoy Hollywood razzmatazz this spring with the hit cabaret show Magic at the Movies from the Bishop’s Stortford Musical Theater Company (BSMTC). Much-loved tunes from movies, including West Side Story, The sound of music, Mary Poppins, Back to the future, Mom Mia and A star is born will be performed …

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Bill Caldwell: The Coleman Theater lives on as the legacy of George Coleman | News

The region’s mining capitalists often had mixed heritages. Some focused solely on their wealth while others invested in civic enterprises that endure to this day. One of the finest of these is the Coleman Theater in Miami, Oklahoma, built by George L. Coleman Sr. George Levi Coleman Sr. was born …

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Kano, Jedaiah Bannerman lead Kibwe Tavares’ ‘The Kitchen,’ co-written by Daniel Kaluuya | News

Rapper Kano and newcomer Jedaiah Bannerman to lead cast in Netflix production of Kibwe Tavares The kitchena dystopian drama co-written by Daniel Kaluuya. Production will soon begin on location in London and Paris. The film is produced by Daniel Emmerson for DMC Film and Kaluuya for its 59% Productions; it …

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Highlights and full list of winners from the 94th Academy Awards

Will Smith accepts the award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for ‘King Richard’ onstage during the 94th Academy Awards at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California on March 27, 2022. Robyn Beck | AFP | Getty Images The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences hoped moviegoers would …

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Putin invites Valery Gergiev to unite Bolshoi and Mariinsky Theatres, compares West to Nazi Germany

Russian President Vladimir Putin invited the artistic director of the Mariinsky Theater, People’s Artist of the Russian Federation Valery Gergiev, to unify the Bolshoi Theater and the Marrinsky Theater. During a press conference, the Russian leader mentioned that the Directorate of Imperial Theaters was under single governance under the Russian …

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Rachel Zegler will present at this year’s Oscars

Zegler, who starred as Maria Vasquez in an Oscar-nominated musical drama, revealed this week that despite receiving the best film nomination, she was not invited to this year’s ceremony. “I’m not invited so sweatpants and my boyfriend’s flannel,” Zegler wrote to a fan who asked her on Instagram what she …

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Single-screen cinemas struggle even as Covid third wave wanes

NEW DELHI : Single-screen cinemas in small towns across India said they have yet to see audiences return to cinemas as before, despite the setback from the third wave of Covid. Small-town audiences have discovered the charm and convenience of video-streaming platforms, and movie theaters aren’t offering any mainstream content …

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US movie editors urge Oscars to restore cut categories

In a letter Saturday morning, American Cinema Editors (ACE) urged the Academy to reverse its controversial decision to feature eight of this year’s Oscars in a pre-recorded segment. “The treatment of certain categories differently from others has struck a chord within our community, with the overwhelming majority of our members …

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A duo of digital theater productions

After the live production of bad parent by Ins Choi has been cancelled, Prairie Theater Exchange (PTE) presents a digital theater performance duo that will run throughout March and early April. Projects can be viewed free of charge on the company’s website. PTE artistic director Thomas Morgan Jones maintains that …

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