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WBBT troupe belts out 'Dynamic Duets'

WBBT troupe belts out 'Dynamic Duets'

August 26, 2011

Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe's "Dynamic Duets of the ’70s" is a blast from the past you won't want to miss.

VIDEO: Roberta MacDonald: The golden lady

VIDEO: Roberta MacDonald: The golden lady

August 24, 2011

During Saturday's performance, Roberta MacDonald took the audience on a journey through her life in the theater, getting fired from 'The Today Show' and even showed clips of her serenading a monkey.

Scene & Heard

Scene & Heard

August 24, 2011

Future opera stars wanted; Key Chorale casting seasoned singers; Golden Apple submits nonprofit application; Players Theatre names festival winner

HIGHLIGHTS: Medieval madness

HIGHLIGHTS: Medieval madness

August 24, 2011

The returning peasants — cloaked in everything from leather gloves to knee-high boots — deftly fought with their swords, heavily grunting as they thrashed the heavy weaponry through the air.

Grace Greene: The stained glass artist (VIDEO)

Grace Greene: The stained glass artist (VIDEO)

August 17, 2011

It was while touring cathedrals 50 years ago in Europe, that Grace Greene discovered her appreciation for stained glass.

Scene & Heard

Scene & Heard

August 17, 2011

Have you seen this face?; Strauss whips Blues Fest into shape; Carreño Dance Festival features youth; Book club dons ’60s fashions for 'The Help'

Theater Review: 'Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun'

Theater Review: 'Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun'

August 17, 2011

“Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun” is a heartwarming story about a slow-witted 35-year-old man and his effect on the life of an unmarried, pregnant young woman.

Film Review: 'The Help'

Film Review: 'The Help'

August 17, 2011

The Help” is a film that exposes deplorable yet legal behavior toward blacks in 1962. It also rejoices in the idealism that brought about the Civil Rights Act in 1964.

EDIBLES: Simple dish borders on perfection

EDIBLES: Simple dish borders on perfection

August 17, 2011

Everyone knows there is no such thing as perfection, but when it comes to a recipe, Guest Food Editor Eileen Hays Wallace has an eggplant casserole that comes close to it.

The Observer interviews American Ballet Theatre soloist Sarah Lane

The Observer interviews American Ballet Theatre soloist Sarah Lane

August 10, 2011

Look out, Sarasota. Natalie Portman’s famous dancing double will pirouette her way to town this month for the Carreño Dance Festival.



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