How did it come to be that some voters could be fooled again and again by being persuaded to vote Republican out of rage against “Those People,” then ignored after the election while the party pursued its true, plutocrat-friendly priorities. This film explains it all.
John Mayall reaches a creative pinnacle with, in his opinion, the best band he’s ever had with Rocky Athas on guitar, Jay Davenport on drums and Greg Rzab on bass.
As the political world around us crumbles into chaos, Vermont’s theatre community embraces the spirit of collaboration in this joint effort to present Alan Ayckbourn’s celebrated comic trilogy “The Norman Conquests.”
Most Christians believe that there are three separate persons — Father, Son, and Holy Spirit — that make up the Godhead. Michael Shannon delivers a doper’s darker view.
Scott Townsend’s story has been made into a fascinating feature film, and behind all that glamour and the sequins is a tale of a tough childhood struggle until Scott became Thirsty and found his own gender fluidity.
Hailed for his “full, exciting lyric baritone,” 24-year-old Sean Michael Plumb is one of five young singers named a winner in America’s Most Prestigious Vocal Competition, The Metropolitan Opera’s National Council Auditions.
Albany, NY – The UAlbany Performing Arts Center, operating under the auspices of the College of Arts and Sciences, is pleased to present a 24 Hour Theatre Project on Saturday, April 2, 2016 at 7:30pm. Presented in collaboration with WAM Theatre and in conjunction with the NYS Writers Institute, the event boasts the best in…