Film and theatre

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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Detroit bankruptcy documentary to open 2022 Freep Film Fest

Detroit’s historic bankruptcy will be in the spotlight on the opening night of this year’s Freep Film Festival. “Gradually, Then Suddenly: The Bankruptcy of Detroit” will premiere to the public on April 27 at the Detroit Film Theater at the Detroit Institute of Arts. The documentary will also be streamed …

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Film Festival and Little Theater organize fundraiser for Ukraine | local government

Chagrin Documentary Film Festival has partnered with Chagrin Valley Little Theater to raise funds to support the people of Ukraine in the face of the Soviet invasion in their home country. The 2014 documentary Music of Survival: The Story of the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus will premiere at Chagrin Valley Little …

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Attend the Time for Three concert | Electronic News

The College of Creative Arts announces the return of the Canada Chamber Series as we welcome “Time for Three” to the Clay Theater at the Canada Creative Arts Center for a 7:30 p.m. performance on Tuesday, March 22. This is a free event and all seats are general admission. Linked …

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Tony Walton, award-winning stage designer and stage designer, dies at 87

Tony Walton, a production designer who brought broad visual imagination to creating distinct stage looks for Broadway shows for half a century, which won him three Tony Awards, died Wednesday at his Manhattan home . He was 87 years old. His daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton, whose mother is Julie Andrews, …

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Hundreds sign petition backing Kent Film Foundation bid for Granville Theater – Reuters

Granville Theater and Cinema Photo Frank Leppard Some 1,600 people signed a petition in less than 24 hours urging Thanet Council to reconsider its rejection of a bid by the charity Ramsgate Kent Film Foundation to take over the Granville Cinema building. The foundation had hoped to create a new …

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A lonely woman lost in a hall of mirrors

OPENING NIGHTBelvoir Street Theatre, March 2Until March 27★★★ You know how you can line up two mirrors, so that the image in each repeats and repeats endlessly? This game is like that. The raw material for director/adapter Carissa Licciardello was the script for John Cassavetes’ masterful 1977 film, Opening nightdepicting …

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Once at the UO’s Robinson Theater

Ready for a theatrical trip to Ireland? The production of the award-winning musical Once, at the Robinson Theater at the University of Oregon, will transport you to a rowdy Dublin pub. All the regulars play guitar or some other instrument while they sing and tap their feet all night long. …

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Back to the Future and Frozen Dominate WhatsOnStage Awards | Theater

The West End musical Frozen, the story of an ice queen and her fearless sister that captivated an entire generation, topped the only major theater awards decided by public vote. But the lavish production lost out in the Best New Musical category for Back to the Future: The Musical, an …

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Movie Review: “Dog” – SM Mirror

MOVIE REVIEW: DOGRated PG-13101 minutesReleased February 18 Kudos on a job well done to Channing Tatum and his longtime collaborator Reid Carolin, each on his first outing as a director on the movie Dog. Tatum’s career began in 2000 when he was cast as a dancer in a Ricky Martin …

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The State Theater brings stage productions to a wider audience

Thembinkosi Chagwe plays Shaka. (Mpilo Zondi/ State Theatre) In the first half of 2022, three theatrical productions will adorn the cinemas of Ster-kinekor. The screenings are part of the ongoing collaboration between the State Theater and Ster-kinekor. After debuting in July 2021, the deal saw five productions exhibited. In the …

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Mrunal Thakur: I danced when Jersey’s new release date was announced, but I’m also nervous | Bollywood

Actor Mrunal Thakur is more concerned than relieved now that his film Jersey, opposite actor Shahid Kapoor, has finally been given a release date Actor Mrunal Thakur is more worried than relieved now that his film Jersey, opposite actor Shahid Kapoor, has finally been given a release date. The film, …

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Ken Ludwig Comedy LEADING LADIES opens at Lakewood Theater Company, March 4

Lakewood Theater Company continues its 69th season of live theater with Leading Ladies directed by Stephanie Mulligan. In this hilarious comedy from Ken Ludwig, the author of Lend Me A Tenor and Moon Over Buffalo, two English Shakespearean actors, find themselves so unlucky that they perform “Scenes from Shakespeare” on …

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Bizarre Cats windfall turns Whitley Bay audiences’ heads

Strolling along Whitley Road on a blustery Saturday evening, you could easily pass the cozy Laurel Theater and never think of the odd TED talk that might be taking place upstairs. Two stories above the street, a small crowd gathered in the Independent Theater to hear Linus Karp explain how …

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The brilliant GILES DAVIES will take your breath away in Ronan Noone’s THE SMUGGLER at the Urbanite Theater

“If you can use exotic alcohol/There’s a bar away from Bombay/ Come fly with me, let’s fly, let’s fly…” — from “Come Fly With Me”, which opens THE SMUGGLER I will drop anything, travel anywhere, to experience certain things in life. My anywhere list includes Vermeer exhibits at any museum; …

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‘Hamilton’ returns to the Pantages Theater with a show for LA high schoolers

After nearly a month and a half without a performance, the Broadway production of “Hamilton” in Hollywood returned to the Pantages Theater on Wednesday with a special audience: 2,600 public high school students from Los Angeles. “I can’t think of a better way to start our last six weeks here …

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FABBA pays tribute to ABBA at the Keswick Theater [Events roundup] – Reading eagle

The following events are planned across the region for the coming week: • The FABBA Show, an authentic tribute to Swedish pop sensation ABBA, kicks off a tribute band weekend at the Keswick Theatre, Glenside, with a show on Thursday at 7.30pm. Marie-Claire Follett, who lives in California but is …

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The Da Vinci Code at Theater Royal Plymouth – review

How do you turn a fast-paced action thriller that travels between multiple countries into a theatrical performance on stage? For the playwrights who adapted Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, this was undoubtedly the puzzle they had to solve. The bestselling novel and blockbuster film, about a symbologist embroiled in …

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New Apple TV+ movie: Cameos and hands-on experience for students

February 06, 2022 – Aileen Yoo Visual and performing arts students often apply what they learn. Their projects include everything from producing a film on campus (pictured) to working on the set of a new feature film – one of the benefits of living in an area that often attracts …

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After fumbling over announcement, new Castro Theater pledges to be a good neighbor

Management changes at the Castro Theater took center stage at the Castro Merchants Association’s first meeting of the year on February 3, with neighborhood leaders asking Another Planet Entertainment to be proactive in reaching out to them. . The January 19 announcement in the San Francisco Chronicle that the Castro …

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St. Louis Opera Names New Principal Conductor and Extends Artistic Director Appointments

The Opera Theater of Saint Louis announced that the contracts of Artistic Director James Robinson and Artistic Director of Young Artist Programs Patricia Racette have been extended through 2026, and conductor Daniela Candillari has been named first. Chief Conductor of OTSL for a new three-year term. In a statement, Managing …

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Penn State Festival Theater Studies Original Student Stage Plays

In association with the School of Theatre, Penn State’s BA Theater Studies Society is hosting a festival to showcase original productions from January 31 through February 6. Frederick Miller, a theater studies and comparative literature major two, was one of the artists whose work was selected to be presented, as …

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Why Spider-Man Deserves a Best Picture Oscar Nomination

WHAT’S THE LAST movie you saw? Not at home, but in a theater. A movie where you stood in line, bought a ticket, then walked in, walked past the concession stand and immediately did a double take wondering, “Am I hallucinating? Or does a small bucket of popcorn really cost …

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THE SHOW is coming to the Madison Theater at Molloy College

This spring, Molloy College’s Madison Theater toasts entertainment with Cocktail Hour: The Show, by New York-based dance company Ballets with a Twist. The performance will take place on Friday, April 1 at 8:00 p.m. and will feature the stage premiere of Mirage, a four-part sequel choreographed, rehearsed and produced safely …

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BOONE DOCS and Cinema Classics Return to App Theater Screenings Scheduled for “Casablanca” and “My Name is Pauli Murray”

Humphrey Bogart (1899 – 1957) and Ingrid Bergman (1915 – 1982) star in Warner Brothers’ 1942 film ‘Casablanca’. (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images) Continuing their philosophy of presenting classic cinema with a fresh, daring and original documentary film, the Théâtre des Appalaches du Haut-Pays offers two screenings in February for film …

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Russian Ballet Theater Swan Lake Returns to Weinberg Center for the Arts | News

FREDERIC, Md., January 21, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The Russian Ballet Theater brings unparalleled classical ballet returns to the Weinberg Center for the Arts with its breathtaking production of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake on Friday, February 18, 2022at 20:00. Tickets start at $56.75 and can be purchased online at WeinbergCenter.org, by calling …

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How Sankaradas Swamigal shaped Tamil theater before he was ‘forced’ out

Sankaradas Swamigal is the lyricist for the song “Gnana Palathai Pizhinthu” from the 1965 film Thiruvilaiyadal. Pictures: Wikipedia It’s hard to find a Tamil movie lover who hasn’t heard the song “Gnana Palathai Pizhinthu” from the 1965 movie Thiruvilaiyal. Unfortunately, it is equally difficult to find anyone who knows the …

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Allu Arjun’s old movie dubbed in Hindi to be released in cinemas

New Delhi: Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo, a 2020 action drama starring Allu Arjun will now be dubbed and aired in Hindi to take advantage of the actor’s new fan base in North India following the success of his latest action film Pushpa-The Rise: Part One. The film, also available on Netflix and …

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Detroit Film Theater’s new program features bold fare, documentaries and classics

A visually stunning film that takes viewers to a remote corner of the globe — and has a totally unexpected connection to Detroit — is one of the highlights of the Detroit Film Theater’s Winter-Spring 2022 schedule. For the venerable cinema housed inside the Detroit Institute of Arts, the new …

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Film exhibitors’ association urges Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jagan to increase ticket prices – The New Indian Express

Through Express news service VIJAYAWADA: With the government putting in place a nighttime curfew in the state starting January 18, the association of film exhibitors has called a meeting here on Wednesday to discuss how to manage the theaters at 50% occupancy with three shows per day. The meeting rose …

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Dancer / choreographer Shade Théret THROWAWAY LINE transferred to the Odyssey theater

Berlin-based dancer and choreographer Shade Théret returns to the Odyssey Theater series Dance at the Odyssey for a single performance of her latest work, Throwaway Line. Throwaway Line is a tragi-romantic-thrill-comedy dance solo composed for a ruthless actress. The story unfolds like an open journal. Fragmented accounts of the actress’ …

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Bend Man’s Work to Help Bring Home MIAs Featured in New Documentary

Special screening of “To What Remains” on January 20 at the Tower Theater BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) – More than 75 years after the end of World War II, an estimated 80,000 American soldiers remain unaccounted for, their last remaining unknown. A new documentary, “To What Remains,” screened at Bend’s Tower …

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The Connection to Old Hollywood: Peter Bogdanovich (1939-2022) | Tributes

Bogdanovich took a minute to dust himself off but came back with an extremely enjoyable set of failures. “Illegally yours, “Texasville, “Noises off,” and “The thing called love”All underperformed, but they are all good. “Texasville” in particular is gorgeous, best seen in a BETA copy of the Gray Market Director’s …

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The Mix: Things to do in Chicago January 6-12, 2022

Theater The Tony Award-winning cover of “Oklahoma!” is redesigned for the 21st century. The classic story takes place amid the frontier life that shaped America and, without changing a word from the original text, director Daniel Fish has created a production that The New Yorker says allows audiences to “relive …

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Cortland Repertory Theater announces auditions for young artists

The Cortland Repertory Theater in Cortland NY has announced youth auditions for central New York City actors ages 8 to 13 for the summer production of Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s “Mary Poppins”. This musical is based on the stories of PL Travers and the Walt Disney film, featuring a book …

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‘Mean Girls’ Actress Nadina Hassan Talks About Playing Regina As A Woman Of Color | Arts-and-theater

Here’s what these Okies and other stars with Oklahoma ties have been up to lately: It’s been an active year for Broken Arrow-born Kristin chenoweth. The Tony and Emmy Award winner was one of the stars of “Schmigadoon!”, The Apple + limited series which was both a tribute and a …

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Northport film project culminates with the premiere of ‘Protect and Serve’ | ETC

SUTTONS BAY – A dedicated police officer who goes to extremes to confront a woman who cheated on him is the subject of a short film premiering in Suttons Bay. The 30-minute “Protect and Serve” was produced by Northport couple Lydia Keen Woodruff, a 2015 Northport School graduate, and Christopher …

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – YEAR REVIEW 2021: Park Theater opens after years of hard work

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript Posted: 12/29/2021 17:01:50 PM Modified: 12/29/2021 17:01:25 PM After more than a decade of fundraising and planning, Jaffrey’s Park Theater opened in August as a movie theater and performance venue. In the five months since its opening, it has welcomed over 5,000 visitors]to see films and artists. “I …

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Theater for New Town to Present World Premiere of I JUST WANT TO TELL SOMEONE

Smokey Stevens, one of Broadway’s great musical performers, has adapted his autobiographical novel, “I Just Want To Tell Someone: The Autobiography of Ronald Smokey Stevens,” into a One-Man and Two-Way theatrical production. characters. The play dramatizes Stevens’ lifelong battle with drugs, in which he finally triumphed. “Smokey” plays both himself …

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Curtains for South Asia’s biggest screen as Andhra Pradesh’s V Epiq cinema closes – The New Indian Express

Through Express news service NELLORE: Expressing their inability to run theaters with the new state government guidelines, managements have voluntarily closed their establishments across the state. Following the reduction in cinema ticket prices, the owners of V Epiq Cinema, which is said to have South Asia’s largest multiplex screen in …

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83 Movie Release & Live Update Review Ranveer Singh Deepika Padukone

After long delays and a pandemic, Kabir Khan’s labor of love, 83 hits theaters today. The film which dramatizes India’s iconic 1983 World Cup victory received positive reviews ahead of its release as the film beats down as well as the perfect portrayal of Ranveer Singh as India’s team captain. …

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Ottawa has a free movie theater made in snow and it’s the most Canadian thing ever

It’s time to get dressed, a special movie night awaits on a giant outdoor screen made of ice and snow in Ottawa. In February, you can join the Asinabka Festival for their annual outdoor film event showcasing movies on a larger-than-life snow screen, and it’s free! There will be three …

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The award-winning film will premiere at the Jefferson Theater on December 23

Lincoln Edwards, actor and director of 01 Escalade, won the award for best youth film at the Lake Travis Film Festival. BEAUMONT, Texas – A filmmaker from Southeast Texas to release his new short film ‘01 climbing, December 23 at the Jefferson Theater. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m., the …

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Things to do in Cincinnati this week: December 20-26

Monday, December 20 HOLIDAYS: Christmas at La Jonction, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Saturday, noon to 8 p.m. Sunday, Entertrainment Junction, 7379 Squire Court, West Chester. Open from November 16 to Jan. 1. Closed on December 25. 513-898-8000; entertrainmentjunction.com. HOLIDAYS: Living crèche, 1 pm-7pm daily, St. Francis Seraph, …

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Santa’s Biggest Elf Comes to the Big Screen at the Appalachian Theater | Mountain timetable

BOONE – Audiences will be laughing all the time when the Appalachian Theater Cinema Classics series presents “Elf,” the hilarious holiday movie about the infinitely cheerful pal, the elf. It’s a family favorite with comedic performances exaggerated by a stellar cast that audiences can enjoy on the big screen on …

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Theater diary: the San Diego Musical Theater unveils its 2022 season

The San Diego Musical Theater has announced its 2022 season, which will premiere in its new home in Kearny Mesa, SDMT Stage. Former home of the co-founders of SDMT, Gary and Erin Lewis, the longtime Tupperware sales and distribution company, the now-retired couple are transforming the building’s former events and …

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West Side Story wins particularly disappointing weekend

The disappointment felt at the box office this weekend shouldn’t be that a critically acclaimed musical and possibly an Oscar favorite failed to score a higher total at the top of the box office. We should not yet be completely out of the woods when it comes to the pandemic. …

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Drury Lane Theater announces the 2022/2023 season

Featuring Tony Award-winning musicals A Chorus Line and The King and I by Rogers and Hammerstein, as well as the inspiring story of Steel Magnolias, the classic Agatha Christie Murder on the Orient Express thriller and the Elf family vacation show the Musical, Drury Lane presents what is sure to …

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The film “Oildale” focuses on the veterans

In the feature film “Oildale” (shot entirely in Bakersfield), two strangers one day meet in “the streets of Bakersfield”, and to the beat of the Bakersfield sound that it is paved with, human kindness gradually eased these wounds. “Everyone is going through something,” said Jessica Castello, who plays “Carlie” in …

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‘Extraordinary and Influential’ Playwright Robert Holman Dies Aged 69 | Theater

Robert Holman, the playwright’s playwright who was revered for his finely crafted, extremely insightful and humane dramas, has died at the age of 69. His death on Friday evening was announced by the agency. Casarotto Ramsay & Associates who called him an “extraordinary playwright and extraordinary human being”. Among the …

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The City Theater presents “Home for the Holidays … Welcome!” “- City Express Bag

The City Theater was back last weekend to wrap up its 2021 season with “Home for the Holidays… Welcome Back,” a live-streamed show consisting of nine short, vacation-themed plays accompanied by new monologues. The second series of performances will take place from Thursday, December 2 to Sunday, December 5 at …

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The Musical, “comedian Killer Beaz on the Springfield show schedule

Son of the nutcracker! Buddy and his friends from “Elf,” the 2003 movie turned musical, return to production at the Springfield Theater Center on Friday. We can also recommend a ride on “The Polar Express” at the Legacy Theater and “A Schmaltzmark Christmas”, an adjustment of all those “made for …

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Memories from downtown: Memories of the glorious Regent Theater, Sudbury’s first cinema palace

Bruce Bell is back for another virtual tour of historic downtown Sudbury. This month, it takes us back inside Sudbury’s first and arguably most opulent cinema palace, long gone. Some of my earliest and best memories of growing up in Sudbury in the late 1950s and 1960s are going to …

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Black Diamond Ballet will perform “The Nutcracker”

Presenting a holiday tradition has been a labor of love for Black Diamond Ballet Artistic Director Sharon Sobel Idul. After nearly two years in cinemas, the Black Diamond Ballet, Pittsburg’s professional dance company under the artistic direction of Sobel Idul, will be back on stage from December 10 to 12, …

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Dolph Lundgren relieved Sylvester Stallone survived his near-fatal punch on the set of “Rocky IV”: “Glad he did”

EXCLUSIVE: Dolph Lundgren tells his side of the story and talks about his relief after almost killing his pal Sylvester Stallone decades ago. In early November, Stallone recalled when Lundgren “sprayed” him on the set of “Rocky IV“during an intense boxing scene between their characters Rocky Balboa and Ivan Drago. …

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Top 5 shows of the week

November 7 – 14, 2021 1. “Disney Beauty and the Beast” on the main stage of the Olney Theater “The production of Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’ by the Olney Theater Center is transformative.” – Susan Brall READ the review. Synopsis: It’s a tale as old as time, but it …

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