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Kid-friendly musicals, Pete the Cat, YA authors, and egg hunts galore
Getting a cease and desist notice from Morgan Freeman may be one of the best things that’s happened to Mark Kendall.
Step into spring (and festival season) with fairy houses, dinosaurs, science fun, and cherry blossoms galore.
“It’s a story of an unsung human rights leader who applied the tenets of his faith to encourage a reticent congregation to stand up against segregation,” says Jimmy Maize, writer and director of a new play based on the events, The Temple Bombing, which makes its debut at the Alliance Theatre on February 22.
As Shaffer began to flesh out her characters, she moved Nashville star Billy and son Joe’s estrangement center stage, along with Joe and songwriter Inez’s love story. There was just one problem: If you’re writing a play about country music, you’re going to need, well, country music. And Shaffer’s facility with words did not extend to scoring. Then a friend mentioned that she’d once sat next to Kristian Bush on a flight and came away with his email address
Get into the holiday spirit with caroling, light displays, the Pink Pig, and more
The gleaming Regional Theatre Tony Award in the lobby speaks volumes about the Alliance’s stature as a creative incubator for hits like Bring It On and Sister Act, and Tony winners The Color Purple and Aida.
Adapting the 135-chapter Moby Dick—a novel that’s equally famous for being a literary masterpiece and one of the most difficult-to-read books of all time—for the stage is an epic task on par with killing the white whale itself. But that doesn’t stop writers from trying.
Have a ghostly good time with Headless Horsemen, spooky storytelling, kite flying, carnival games, and more