Theater might be coasting a bit for the summer, but the new season lineups offer something for everybody. We've got musicals and experimental plays, Broadway legends and Shakespeare coming. Advance tickets are available for many, so if you want to be sure to catch the Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker Dec. …
NEW YORK — Misty Copeland, whose openness about race in ballet helped to make her one of the most famous ballerinas in the United States, was promoted Tuesday by American Ballet Theater, becoming the first African-American female principal dancer in the company's 75-year history.
ST. PETERSBURG — Putting It Together, a revue of Stephen Sondheim songs loosely arranged around a Manhattan couple's cocktail party, aims to please devotees of the composer.
The first time Miley Cyrus acquainted us all with the sight of her twerking behind more than two years ago, people could barely contain their hysteria. Half of her critics considered the dance scandalous and hyper-sexual; the other half were frustrated she had claimed ownership of a dance that had existed in black …
TAMPA — At this point, you don't go to Mamma Mia!, the touring Broadway show playing at the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts, without some idea of what to expect.
Performing in a theatrical production was just something young Garrett Davis wanted to check off his to-do list.
NEW YORK — Swan Lake is always one of the most popular ballets for dance fans. But the whoops and cheers from a packed crowd at the Metropolitan Opera House signaled something more this time.
HUDSON — Fans of Alfred Hitchcock will get a chance to see a spoof of one of the famed director's best-known movies, the mystery-thriller The 39 Steps, when the Show Palace Dinner Theatre presents the award-winning Broadway show July 3 to Aug. 2.
When Mike & Molly hit its 100th episode in January, Billy Gardell wasn't gifted with a fancy Ferrari or a brand new beach house in Cabo.
I spent several hours this week watching dozens of clips of stage performances from Mamma Mia!, the hit Broadway musical opening Tuesday at the Straz Center in Tampa. The show centers on a young woman's search to learn the identity of her father.