The Orpheum's first High School Musical Awards have come and gone and the winners are...
According to The New York Times, The Pee Wee Herman Show is leaving the left coast and moving into the Stephen Sondheim Theater for a six week run starting in October.
"The subject matter for my solo shows has often been Jews in America," Brown says. "I've written about being Jewish from a variety of perspectives within a variety of different 'lives', always with the intent of engendering more understanding of who Jews are to themselves as well as to others, and attempting to expose the demons of social and religious alienation that have molded their experience throughout history."
Voices of the South's annual Children's Theatre Festival is one the best family-centric arts events going. I say that both as an arts writer and as the father of seven-year-old twins who can't seem to get enough of what VOTS has to offer.
Classic Comics this isn't...
After her failed suicide attempt Juliet becomes a skilled freedom fighter. Othello, guilt ridden after murdering his beloved Desdemona, becomes a reckless sword-for-hire. Hamlet flees Denmark to fulfill his destiny. In Kill Shakespeare , a new independent comic book title, these well known characters join with the fairy Robin Goodfellow and the irascible Falstaff in an epic struggle against Richard III, Lady Macbeth, and the scheming Iago. It's like The Justice League vs The Injustice League, only with lots of thees and thous thrown in.
Sister Myotis prepares for an Off-Broadway run.
The nominees for the 2010 Orpheum High School Musical Theatre Awards are: