Breadcrumb Links local arts Publication date : December 03, 2021 • December 21, 2021 • 4 minute read • Join the conversation The Grand Theater’s holiday home is unlike the heartwarming, emotion-filled holiday spectacles audiences have seen in previous seasons, writes critic Joe Belanger. On the contrary, the original productionRead More →

Ruben Santiago-Hudson, playwright and “Lackawanna Blues” performer (Photo by Emilio Madrid for Broadway.com) The Manhattan Theater Club has provided an update on its 2021-2022 season. The full cast for all productions will be announced at a later date. Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Tony winner Lackawanna Blues will make its Broadway debut atRead More →

(MCS) – As part of its ongoing 25th anniversary celebration, the Mount Carmel School Drama Club presents its next production, ‘Zero2Hero,’ which will reopen in Hollywood theaters on May 21. A sequel to “Zero to Hero,” released 10 years ago, “Zero2Hero” continues a club tradition of having direct student broadcasts,Read More →

(MCS) – As part of its ongoing 25th anniversary celebration, the Mount Carmel School Drama Club presents its next production, ‘Zero2Hero,’ which will reopen in Hollywood theaters on May 21. A sequel to “Zero to Hero,” released 10 years ago, “Zero2Hero” continues a club tradition of having direct student broadcasts,Read More →

(MCS) – As part of its continued 25th anniversary celebration, the Mount Carmel School Drama Club returns to William Shakespeare with an adaptation of his comedy classic, ‘As You Like It’. While the club has presented 12 Shakespeare productions, including a feature film, the last time the club staged ShakespeareRead More →

Wednesday, July 25, 1962 was quite pleasant for a summer eve in Washington, with the temperature hovering around 70 (though the humidity lingered near 80%). Excited spectators piled into the Washington Theater Club’s carriage theater to watch a performance of Tennessee Williams’ racy farce Adjustment periodthen into its eighth straightRead More →

Lynne Meadow (Artistic Director) and Barry Grove (Executive Producer) have announced that Tony Award winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson will join the Manhattan Theater Club as Artistic Advisor. Santiago-Hudson will work closely with Lynne Meadow and the MTC artistic staff on planning and programming. Artistic Director Lynne Meadow said: “I have knownRead More →

Lynne Meadow (Artistic Director) and Barry Grove (Executive Producer) announced this year’s six recipients of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Initiative commissions. The commissioned authors are Kate Attwell, Mia Chung, Noah Diaz, Julia Izumi, Ife Olujobi and Stacey Rose. “In these trying times, we’re excited to look ahead with this exceptionalRead More →