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Oscars: Who won the Oscar?

Well, that happened. We officially had a Kanye West moment at the Oscars, but the fault lies simply with negligence, not pride. The instant that Warren Beatty squinted and completed a hurried hand off to his former co-star and fellow […]

Oscars: Who won the Oscar?

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Well, that happened. We officially had a Kanye West moment at the Oscars, but the fault lies simply with negligence, not pride. The instant that Warren Beatty squinted and completed a hurried hand off to his former co-star and fellow […]

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Disney On Ice: Dream Big to bring magic to Royal Farms Arena

Whenever Midori Sano returns to her native Tokyo, which isn’t often, her parents always greet her with the same question: How much longer are you going to remain a

Something ‘Beautiful’ about Carole King’s ups and downs

Sometimes when things take a downward turn in life, something beautiful emerges from the dark. That’s the story of the Broadway fast-paced hit Beautiful: The Carole King Musical that graced

Kevin Massey and Mary VanArsdel in the touring production of A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder.

A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder: Slow torture at the Hippodrome

If there was ever an apt admonishment to set the stage for a Broadway musical, it occurs in the opening moments of A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder

Paul Morella as the narrator in a one man production of A Christmas Carol at Olney Theatre. (Stan Barouh)

Olney offers A Christmas Carol as Dickens intended

Screen adaptations and theatrical productions of Charles Dickens’ timeless classic, A Christmas Carol, abound, but few have ever experienced the story as Dickens intended – in a homespun Victorian

Mickey and Minnie bring Disney Magic to The Lyric

If you can’t make it to the Magic Kingdom in Orlando, head to downtown Baltimore, where the Modell Performing Arts Center at The Lyric will welcome “Disney Live! Mickey

‘A Christmas Story: The Musical’ comes the Hippodrome

Myles Moore knew exactly what he needed to do two years ago after accepting the role to play Ralphie Parker in “A Christmas Story:” watch the film. “I had heard

Cinderella carriage ride at Hippodrome Theatre

Cinderella: Fanciful fairy tale takes flight at Hippodrome Theatre

Is it possible for a television classic to become a Broadway staple? It’s possible – if the classic is Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella , the latest offering at the

Couple sees fairy tale ending with Disney on Ice

Before becoming a Disney princess, marrying her prince and becoming professional ice skater, Jessica Hatfield’s fairy tale started at a place that will never be mistaken for the Magic Kingdom: the

Blue Man Group to play The Lyric

Daniel Carter has been feeling blue for the past decade - and he couldn't be happier. When the London native isn't in England enjoying one passion - cheering for his

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