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One of Broadway's biggest stars is coming back: Sutton Foster. The Roundabout Theatre Company said Monday that the two-time Tony Award winner will star in the musical "Violet" directed by Leigh Silverman. Previews begin in March with an opening
If you're stumped in the middle of the night about whether it was Velma St...Martin who played the comic ingenue in the 1919 hit, "The Chorus Girl Who Saved Boston," ask The Man in the Chair. If he's bloviating to anyone and everyone at an
The piece of theater about the wonder of theater and the magical feeling of being carried away into another world by imaginary characters and fictional plots simply puts a smile on your face and a bounce in your step. The new Fair Oaks Theatre
A way to keep up with Seattle theaters, concert halls, galleries, museums and other fine-arts events...The 35-year-old theater company, formerly known as Civic Light Opera, presents Broadway musicals in Magnuson Park. Chenovick is charged with
Sugden Community Theatre, 701 Fifth Ave., Naples Tickets: $35; $25 for Tobye shows. A Subscription for the five Blackburn performances is $150 and three show Tobye subscription is $60.00 To buy: Office, call 239-263-7900 or online at naplesplayers.
When he plays his favorite cast album, a now-forgotten 1928 smash hit called "The Drowsy Chaperone," the show magically bursts to life in his room. The audience is instantly immersed in the silly tale of a celebrity bride and her wedding day, with
But such is the case for "The Drowsy Chaperone," the Mundelein High School Theatre spring musical...Auditorium, with the Thursday, Friday and Saturday performances at 7 p.m. and the Sunday show at 2 p.m. Ticket prices are $10 for adults and $5 for
A musical comes to life in the comedy with Ahlersmeyer's character watching the action happen. On Saturday, when the Fort Wayne Civic Theatre premieres its musical The Drowsy Chaperone, there won't be the usual opening overture or dance number.
Mountain Lakes High School Theatre will perform this show the weekend of March 1. Theatergoers will find senior Travis Shingledecker playing Man in Chair, the narrator. His scenes are designed to make the audience members feel as if they are visiting
The show starts with a monologue from the Man in Chair (Clayton Barry), our evening's guide and commentator...This show is all about escaping from harsh reality through the wonder of musical theater, and these intensely animated performances provided