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Two local dancers tap, shuffle, stomp with Rhythm...
A quartet of dancers tapped into each other’s lives when they crossed paths performing on the Minneapolis arts scene seven years ago. When he’s not dancing around the world with Rhythmic Circus, Nick...
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Noli Me Tangere: A must see
WHEN I emceed the Peoples’ Ball, celebrating Philippine Independence with more than 1000 kababayans in Washington DC last June, I had the privilege of being serenaded by amazaing vocal talents singing...
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John Adams talks storied career, Cabrillo Festival
Composer John Adams often has described his transformation from born-and-bred New Englander to born-again West Coaster. He finished up a master's degree at Harvard in 1971 and hit the road, just like...
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ArtsBuild Received $91,400 Grant From Tennessee A...
ArtsBuild (formerly Allied Arts) received $91,400 in grant funding from the Tennessee Arts Commission (TAC). TAC awarded a total of three grants to ArtsBuild including: Major Cultural Institutions...
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Local theater community rallies behind Philadelph...
Peter Dobrin, Inquirer Classical Music Critic Last updated: Thursday, July 17, 2014, 1:07 AM Playwright Terrence McNally said his four world premieres produced by the PTC - including the Tony-winning...
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Electrifying science experiments with Doktor Kabo...
Get ready for some electrifying lessons in science. Out favorite, goofy scientist Doktor Kaboom stopped by the show today with some fun ways to conduct electricity through everyday items! Doktor...
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Bakersfield's Peck ties the knot
Both are principal dancers with the New York City Ballet Co. Each will take a break from ballet in September, however, to start rehearsals in singing and acting roles in Broadway-bound musicals. Peck...
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Tom Rush Brings His Vintage Folk To The Kate
Tom Rush, an iconic singer, songwriter and guitarist who helped shape the great folk revival in the '60s and its resurgence in the '80s and the '90s, is still very much a spirited, spirit-lifting...
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Singing songs of ourselves
Apl.de.ap, Lea Salonga, Darren Criss, Lou Diamond Phillips, Christine Rocas and Rodell Rosel perform at the John F.
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, DC “Music, like the visual arts, is rooted in our...
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Comedian Chris Fonseca staged for a comeback
The Colorado Springs-based comedian, who has TV credits, famous friends and a trail of laughter 30 years long behind him, has enjoyed his life as a busy touring comic. But after a hot streak in the...
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