The Show Palace Dinner Theatre and Palace Grand managers found themselves with a few nights not filled with Broadway shows, banquets, weddings, fundraisers or award dinners and decided it was the perfect time to make those "specialty show" nights.
NEW PORT RICHEY — In the mood for a folksy, homespun story with some hummable Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II tunes?
Wanda Sykes doesn't give a damn what Kanye West thinks after bum-rushing Beck at the Grammys. • "He's crazy. He's just an egomaniac. He's nuts," Sykes said by telephone from Los Angeles, just getting warmed up about what occurred the night before. • "I wanted someone to ask him, when he's going off about …
Bright Lights, Big City
If anything could make the nightclub and cocaine whirl of Jay McInerney's 1984 novel Bright Lights, Big City feel more stimulating, it's music. The story of one man's spiral into the excesses of New York City takes the stage at Freefall Theatre with artistic director Eric …
Margaret Cho has been everywhere lately — playing a North Korean military official on the Golden Globes awards show and being interviewed about images of Asians on TV with the debut of Fresh Off the Boat. Now she'll be in Tampa, returning to her roots in no-holds-barred standup comedy that critiques social …
Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks spent six days filming locally in 2013, mostly exterior shots to disguise the fact that the "St. Pete Beach" where it's set is really Budapest, Hungary, where principal filming occurred.
In his latest tour, tap master Savion Glover takes his flying feet to sets of staircases, slamming the bass line and surfing the melodies of everyone from funkmaster Prince to Russian composer Shostakovich.
Oscar sprouted wings Sunday when Birdman or (the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) was named 2014's best picture at the 87th Academy Awards.
TAMPA — Everyone wants to hear Beethoven's Symphony No. 5. It's the one everyone knows, the one that transcends space and time. Beethoven was confronting his worsening deafness in the Fifth, and it's tinged with doom and madness, and finally, victory!
TAMPA — If you're taking in a performance of Annie, leave your cold, crusty, cynical hearts back in the meat locker. It's about to get real cute.