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Broadway review: Renee Fleming in 'Living on Love'

Outside of the Met or La Scala, portrayals of the opera world are seldom understated. In Living on Love, a kind of new chestnut that opened tonight at the… 481 more words

Renee Fleming on Broadway, Dirt Cheap

In an upcoming Broadway comedy, opera superstar Renee Fleming plays a temperamental diva flouncing around the glamorous, swanky world of 1957 New York. And in a nod to the mid-century setting of the show  216 more words


Barrington Stage to test New York waters with musical Presto-Change-O

(Updated on December 10, 2014). In a rare departure from the Berkshires, Barrington Stage Company (BSC), the award-winning theatre in Downtown Pittsfield, MA will present an industry reading of a new musical, … 354 more words


"Living on Love" brings classy comedy to Williamstown Theatre Festival

Douglas Sills and Anna Chlumsky

Renee Fleming and Douglas Sills

Justin Long and Renee Fleming

Anna Chlumsky and Justin Long

Douglas Sills and Anna Chlumsky… 1,174 more words


New Addams Family audio

ADDAMS FAMILY – Limited Trade crazytrades‘s master
Tour, 5th Avenue Theatre Seattle, Washington, November 10, 2012 Evening Performance
Douglas Sills (Gomez Addams), Sara Gettelfinger (Morticia Addams), Blake Hammond (Fester Addams), Cortney Wolfson (Wednesday Addams), Curtis Holbrook (Lucas Beineke), Gaelen Gilliland (Alice Beineke), Martin Vidnovic (Mal Beineke), Patrick Kennedy (Pugsley Addams), Pippa Pearthree (Grandma), Tom Corbeil (Lurch) 34 more words

new videos (part 2)

New York, March 30, 2005
Douglas Sills, Margo Skinner, Matthew Arkin, David Rasche

Pittsburgh, PA, July/September 1993, 2nd National Tour…
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'The Addams Family' Musical Now Playing At The Pantages Through June 17

STUDIO CITY (CBS) — Douglas Sills, star of The Addams Family musical now playing at the Pantages, visited the KCAL9 studios Thursday!

Sills plays Gomez Addams in the production based on the bizarre and beloved family of characters created by legendary cartoonist Charles Addams. 172 more words

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