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…
"Dreamgirls" at Village Theatre
Dreamgirls celebrates the advent of R&B in the 1960s with a Motown-inspired score, dynamic performances, and a moving look behind-the-scenes of the entertain...
Deal ➤ "Mamma Mia!": The Hit ABBA Musical
'The worldwide hit that\'s so far spawned two movies and a Cher album, \"Mamma Mia!\" tells the story of a mother, a daughter, three possible dads and one unforgettable trip down the aisle. Young bride-to-be Sophie wants nothing more than to have her father at her wedding. But there\'s a small problem: She has no idea which of mom\'s three former boyfriends might be the guy. So Sophie invites them all to the festivities at her mother\'s Greek isle taverna, and mayhem ensues. The show\'s tale of enduring love and friendship features all the beloved hit songs by ABBA, including \"Dancing Queen,\" \"S.O.S.,\" \"The Winner Takes It All,\" \"Take a Chance on Me\" and, of course, the title tune. Experience all the fun and excitement of \"Mamma Mia!\" at Seattle Musical Theatre. '
What makes a theatre accessible
Disabled access top tips for theatres including how to make it easier for wheelchair users, visually impaired and hearing impaired people to attend shows.
The Secret Garden opens TONIGHT!
STC's season closer, The Secret Garden, opens TONIGHT at 7:30 and runs through the 19th, plus a very special benefit performance at Bookworm Gardens on May 15th Join STC for the gorgeous musical adaptation of the beloved children's novel! Heading up the cast is young Katherine Rauscher as Mary Lennox and Grant Cassady as Colin Craven. Starring in the adult leads are Kristin Sorenson as Lily, Duncan Doherty as Archibald, Ben Johnson as Neville, Rachel Brooks as Martha, and Jeremy Lee as Dickon. Filling out some of the supporting roles are Steve Toepel, Susan Johnson, David Quinn, Bernie Starzewski, Rachel Thuermer, Patrick Schamburek, Koral Curkeet, and Berta Meyer. Making up the ensemble is Autumn Schultz, Mary…
Music video by Night Ranger performing Sister Christian. (C) 2004 Geffen Records
Ohio State Buckeyes women's basketball hosts No. 2 Maryland
No. 12 Ohio State (and All-American Kelsey Mitchell) will host No. 2 Maryland in the Big Ten women's basketball game of the year Monday night (7 p.m., ESPN2).
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
The Fine Arts Association
Thank you, Ohio Living, for supporting this fantastic series. Lake Countians LOVE it!
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…