Performing Arts

Happy days are here again for those who like to swing. The three day Lindustrial Revolution makes its way around town starting on Friday. Photo credit: Eric Esquivel

ARTS Pick: Lindustrial Revolution

If you’re looking for some movement that challenges the monotony of modern dance, then take part in the Lindustrial Revolution, a three-day dance fest that celebrates the glamor and freedom of ’30s swing. Hosted by a core of expert dancers determined to get you hopping with instruction in two classic American styles: Balboa and the […]

Villains unite in song during this musical review. Photo credit: Play On! Facebook page

ARTS Pick: Now That’s What I Call Evil

It’s time to get your evil on, or at least enjoy the sound of evil as your favorite Broadway baddies and Disney villains display their wickedness through song. Play On’s musical revue Now That’s What I Call Evil brings together the most vile characters from the screen and stage for a single evening of musical […]

Ash Lawn Opera’s Fiddler on the Roof stars baritone David Kravitz as Tevye, a father’s struggling to maintain a traditional European Jewish upbringing amidst political unrest in Tsarist Russia. Photo credit: Ben Moore-Coll

ARTS Pick: Fiddler on the Roof

Now in its 50th year of production, Fiddler on the Roof has seen eight consecutive seasons on Broadway, nine Tony Awards, and countless audiences. In the capable hands of Ash Lawn Opera, the classic musical continues to deliver an iconic score, a well-loved story and timeless depictions of tradition, love, and survival. Through 8/8 . $12-65, […]