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ARTS Pick: South Pacific
Ash Lawn Opera heats up summer with Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific, the popular musical about love in the...
Just before his wedding night, a 1920s playboy runs into a bit of a mess that results in bootleggers on his tail and...
Edinburgh Festival Fringe...
Every August, tens of thousands performers from all over the world flock to Edinburgh, Scotland, and transform the...
Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance brings the high seas into the theater as young Frederic battles a...
“This is just a glorious space,” says the artist, his eyes drinking it all in. Many people would probably balk at...
Offstage Theatre recasts...
Though Jean Genet’s 1947 play The Maids (Les Bonnes) is known as a sadomasochistic, cruel and absurd work, director...
ARTS Pick: The Maids
Domestic roles and social identity form the nexus of Jean Genet’s The Maids, in which sisters in service mock,...
Thirty-two years after an informal beginning, The Charlottesville Women’s Choir continues to perform in honor of its...
Kyle Dunnigan brings cast...
Craig Pullin, Deputy Trudy Wiegel’s bespectacled, slack-jawed boyfriend in the cult comedy “Reno 911!,” isn’t who...
Experience the splendor of well-loved hits from film, theater and television with Pops at The Paramount, performed by...
PICK: Muscle Shoals
PICK: Kenn Kaufman
In the trenches
Students grab healthier options, and the Downtown Mall faces French paradox