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St. John’s Conservatory Theater (SJCT) will present their all-original musical THE ORCHARD OF HIDE & SEEK at the newly renovated million dollar Ogdensburg Free Academy Auditorium this coming June. 563 more words

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Roxane (KL Dizon) and Christian (Edward Benosa

) meet at a war encampment, while Cyrano (Boo Gabunada), who secretly loves Roxane, looks from afar. Edmond Rostand’s… 45 more words

Performing Arts


October 6, 2016

Daffodils (a play with songs) has been praised to our Kiwi skies since its opening night in 2014 – “near-iconic New Zealand theatre” 418 more words


Mikelangelo & the Black Sea Gentlemen

October 7, 2016

Last night’s performance by Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen was close to a kind of communal ecstasy – I don’t think I’ve ever seen our festival crowd quite so giddy and exuberant as with this sublime blend of the absurd, even downright silly, and the exquisite, melancholy ache of the minor key. 115 more words


St Paul St gallery

Last night, we witnessed three premieres of new work, celebrating the brown, the down, all happening in town at St Paul St Gallery.

Curated by Charlotte Huddleston and Abby Cunnane, Still, Like Air, I’ll Rise, Der Papālagi by Shigeyuki Kihara inhabit and infiltrate the three gallery spaces with Make Space from FAFSWAG, making a brief appearance last night. 11 more words


'The Ridiculous Darkness' - A Review

I’m not sure if this play can be reviewed.

At the Wardrobe Theatre from Tuesday 21st to Thursday 23rd  February 2017, Niall Potter sent out his adaption and interpretation of Wolfram Lotz’s ‘ 590 more words


Comedies, Dramas and Musicals mark the 2017-18 season at Arkansas Rep

A Southern story that is a favorite, a modern take on a classic comedy, a new musical based on a timeless Christmas tale, a contemporary drama of familial relationships, a joyous romp of a musical, a darkly comic tale of manners (without the manners), and a biting look at the madness of the holidays compose the 42nd season of the Arkansas Rep! 875 more words