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Goodness gracious: Million Dollar Quartet rocks the Citadel

In the world of what-if? dream dinner parties, fantasy chance encounters in airport departure lounges, and starry impromptu jam sessions, you’d have to go some to top the convergence in a down-market Memphis recording studio one December day in 1956. 835 more words

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Citadel unleashes a vision of rock future in Million Dollar Quartet

On a December afternoon 60 years ago, four young musicians — rising stars at varying locations on the galactic career trajectory — happened to find themselves together in an indie recording studio on Union Avenue in Memphis. 1,105 more words

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Ep 116: The New Kid in Town


Guest: Daryl Cloran
With #theatremari
Hosted by Taylor Chadwick
Creative Commons Music by Josh Woodward

It’s one-on-one with Taylor Chadwick and new Citadel Theatre Artistic Director, Daryl Cloran. 69 more words

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Bittergirl the Musical: having fun with the familiar pain of getting dumped

“Just remember, everything happens for a reason.”

The world’s No. 1 most aggravating piece of useless advice finds its way into Bittergirl, the chamber musical currently generating amusement and hilarity and catharsis in the Citadel Club. 810 more words

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Getting over getting dumped: Bittergirl The Musical knows how

Getting dumped. Can there possibly be anyone in the world who doesn’t have first-hand experience in this field — and the scars to prove it? … 1,503 more words

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Curiouser and curiouser: a new production of The Curious Incident

“I think I’d make a very good astronaut,” says the 15-year-old math whiz/stargazer hero of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, opening the Citadel’s 51st season in an original Canadian première co-produced with the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre. 876 more words

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Total immersion in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

The magic of theatre for me has always been its ability to totally absorb me into another reality – whether that’s another world, another town, or the experience of another person. 1,031 more words

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