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"The Lion King" still roars. This 1997 Broadway musical is still running in New York. A touring version was a box office smash during a 14-week run at Baltimore's Hippodrome Theatre in 2005 and now the musical has returned for a month-long stay. Judging...
The Kentucky School for the Deaf Christmas Tea and Tour will be 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday at Jacobs Hall, 303 S. Second St. on the KSD campus, with tours of six other historic homes and buildings around town included. Advance tickets are $15 and may be...
Say you're a teenager. It's June and summer is ready to roll around. You have a few choices. You can get a summer job, spend your summer sleeping in late and hanging at the pool, or go right back into a school building and learn more. Few would...
Tags: High Schools, Tony Awards, Education, Arts, Broadway Theater
‘Honus and Me' A young boy finds himself face to face with baseball legend Honus Wagner, after finding the player's 1909 baseball card. Part of Totem Pole's family friendly series. Continues through Sunday, Aug. 7. Totem Pole Playhouse, 9555 Golf...
Orlando Theater BlogHere's an audition notice for “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” from The Little Theatre of New Smyrna Beach: The Little Theatre of New Smyrna Beach announces auditions for: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor® Dreamcoat Music by...
Orlando Theater BlogHere's the announcement from In the Limelight for its upcoming season of shows: In the Limelight announces their 2011-12 Theatrical Season August 25, 2011 – Orlando: In the Limelight, a theatrical production company and performing arts school for...
Every year, the La Cañada High School theater department hopes to go out with a bang. This year, they'll look to accomplish that with an all-school production of “Beauty and the Beast,” based on the 1991 Disney movie of the same name. A 50-...
Tags: Howard Ashman, Alan Menken, High Schools, Education, Schools
"Fortune favors the brave," sing the Egyptian soldiers in the musical "Aida," and Greater Orlando Actors Theatre must have been feeling brave indeed to take on such a show. "Aida" made a splash on Broadway in 2000 with big set pieces, dramatic lighting,...
Tags: Concerts, Music, Romance (genre), Elton John, Arts and Culture
email@example.comSOMERSET — B.J. Hogue knew what they were saying. The talk was that Casey County was as good as dead, with virtually no chance of advancing in the girls 12th Region Tournament with its top scorer in street clothes. That’s one reason why Casey&...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Unlike most frantic new fathers, Elton John isn't stressed out about the two very different offspring in his life: newborn Zachary Jackson Levon and "Gnomeo & Juliet," an animated film that he's been parenting for more than a...
Long before "Evita," "The Phantom of the Opera" and the musical version of "Sunset Boulevard," composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and his lyricist buddy Tim Rice teamed up on what they termed a "pop cantata" for a school choir that ran for all of 20 minutes....
State officials and the horse-racing industry vowed on Tuesday to try to salvage live thoroughbred racing in Maryland next year, though it remains unclear if the various stakeholders can come together to forge a viable plan. With just five weeks before...
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