Our first weekend of THE BELDENVILLE TROLL was completely sold out and we heard so much praise from our audiences! Don't wait to get your tickets—we're expecting more packed houses for this mythic and mysterious new show by the creators of our smash hit THE RED SHOES!
L.E.D. Talks (League Embraces Democracy)
This third program in our Democracy Series is modeled after TED Talks. Selected ‘talkers’ from the community will present their perspectives on various aspects of making democracy work. A fun night when our neighbors will educate us about what's at stake if we don’t pay attention. Facilitated by f
Beginning of the End: KISS launches End of the Road farewell tour tonight
KISS kicks off the first leg of their massive End of the Road farewell tour tonight in Vancouver, Canada. Singer/guitarist Paul Stanley tells ABC Radio that the trek likely will last about three years, while…
15 Photos Of What Actors See When They’re Onstage
Photographer Klaus Frahm has documented the eye-opening views seen from theatre stages.
Music video by Night Ranger performing Sister Christian. (C) 2004 Geffen Records
10 Untapped Beer Cities Poised to Blow Up
It's not all poutine and hockey in Toronto after all...
2017 OHSAA Individual Wrestling State Tournament Coverage
Digital Publishing: What Hyperlocal Can Teach Newspapers
If it seems like the media has been covering the growth of the hyperlocal news industry for an eternity, that’s because we have CapeCodToday, one of the first hyperlocal news websites in the country, will celebrate its 20 year anniversary in February. There are plenty of other sites, such as Baristanet, Oswego County Today and the Gotham Gazette, that have managed to keep the lights on and the news stories flowing for over 10 years. Unfortunately, the growth in the hyperlocal market has too often been viewed solely through the prism of the failures of legacy media companies. As the logic goes, with shrinking ad revenue comes smaller newsrooms at newspapers, creating openings for competition online. But what if the rise of hyperlocal journalism has less to do with the failure of the…
Song of The Mermaid at New York City Center Mainstage
Making the company's North American Premiere. K'Arts Ballet of Korea - Song of The Mermaid at the New York City Center Mainstage, New York, NY. October 20 - 21, 2018. Buy tickets online now or find out more with New York City Theater
Deal ➤ 51% off at Drunk Shakespeare
The Deal One ticket to Drunk Shakespeare This event is 21+, and Groupon customers most provide a 21+ ID for entry When: select dates Where: The Lounge Door time: 30 minutes before showtime Full offer value includes ticketing fees Theater is wheelchair accessible Click here to view the performance schedule Ticketing Options $29 for balcony seating (up to $59 value) $39 for mezzanine seating (up to $73 value) $49 for stage-side seating (up to $93 value) Drunk Shakespeare TimeOut New York calls Drunk Shakespeare a “live-action Drunk History,” and every performance starts the same way: one member of the five-person cast downs at least four shots of whiskey, one right after another. From there, though, it’s…