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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 beloved West Ham United soccer team – he’s immersed in his […]

Blue Man Group to play The Lyric

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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 beloved West Ham United soccer team – he’s immersed in his […]

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Ali MacGraw, Ryan O’Neal mark long friendship with ‘Love Letters’

Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal admire the official proclamation welcoming them to Baltimore. (Anthony C. Hayes) For almost half a century, movie fans have known that love means never having

Romeo et Juliette to bring tragic love story to The Lyric

Sarah Joy Miller wants to make it perfectly clear as to what the audience should expect when Romeo et Juliette takes the stage for two shows at The Lyric this weekend. "We are giving you

With Toruk, Cirque du Soleil to turn Royal Farms Arena into Pandora

Consider yourself forewarned: Cirque du Soleil’s latest show isn’t like anything the world’s largest theatrical producer has ever assembled. Toruk - The First Flight, which will play at Royal Farms

Detroit ’67: Centerstage offers tough, touching look at turbulent era

Michelle Wilson (Chelle) & Amari Cheatom (Lank) in the Centerstage production of Detroit '67. (Richard Anderson) A year after the death of Freddie Gray and the violent uprising which followed,

Dial ‘M’ For Murder: Olney Theatre takes surefooted stab at sinister whodunit

Margot (Nisi Sturgis) and Max (Cameron McNary) share a light moment in Dial 'M' For Murder. (Stan Barouh) Can a theatrical murder mystery still be considered a mystery if halfway

Falling Out of Time: Mélange of metaphors shape allegory at Theatre J

Michael Russotto and Edward Christian in Falling Out of Time at Theatre J. (C. Stanley Photography) “In August he died, and when that month was over, I wondered How can

The Barber of Seville to make Lyric history

Rossini’s The Barber of Seville will hit the Lyric on Friday night and Sunday afternoon for a historic performance in which Sara Jobin will become the first female to conduct an

Carmen: An Afro-Cuban Jazz Musical worthy of an embargo

Karla Choko and Caesar Samayoa in CARMEN: AN AFRO-CUBAN JAZZ MUSICAL. (photo: Stan Barouh) Exactly thirteen hours ago, I fled the mournful jungle which was the middle of Act II

Jeff Dunham brings laughs to Royal Farms Arena

In the end, a near-capacity crowd filled Royal Farms Arena to see, of all things, a disgruntled old man, a sexist hillbilly, a crazy purple-furred creature and a racist

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