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Theatre Review: CATCO’s Evocative, Moving ‘Home’

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Theatre Review: CATCO’s Evocative, Moving ‘Home’

CATCO leans into its core strengths with an invigorating production of Samm-Art Williams’ mythopoetic 1980 Tony nominee Home directed by David S. Harewood. Home traces the journey of Cephus (Rico Romalus Parker) through a vibrant abstraction of the mid-20th century black experience (including the Great Migration and Vietnam), watching his friends die and society turn […]

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Drag Meets Opera for Nina West Debut at Southern Theatre

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Drag Meets Opera for Nina West Debut at Southern Theatre

A brand-new show featuring both drag and opera will host drag queen, actor, and RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 11 alum Nina West. While there are still very little details on the performance, it’s to be assumed West will demonstrate her singing chops. Her third studio album, “The West Christmas Ever” was released on Nov. 8. […]

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Dance Preview: North American Premiere of Radouan Mriziga’s ‘7’ Comes to Wexner Center

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Dance Preview: North American Premiere of Radouan Mriziga’s ‘7’ Comes to Wexner Center

The Wexner Center for the Arts has cultivated relationships with cutting-edge dance and theatre artists from around the world throughout its 30-year history. That trend continues this weekend as they present the North American premiere tour of Marrakech-born and Brussels-based choreographer Raduoan Mriziga’s 7. Mriziga studied in Tunisia and France before making his way to […]

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Gateway Screens Films from Sundance Indigenous Institute Fellows

Hope Madden Hope Madden Gateway Screens Films from Sundance Indigenous Institute Fellows

November is National Native American and Alaskan Native Heritage Month. It’s safe to say that this may go under-celebrated in Central Ohio, but Gateway Film Center is giving you the chance to rectify that situation. Thanks to the Sundance Film Festival and Arthouse Convergence, GFC is able to bring in a program of six short […]

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The Snowden Gray Mansion Enters a New Era

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman The Snowden Gray Mansion Enters a New Era

The Snowden Gray Mansion has had quite the turnover. The mansion was built in the 1850s by part-namesake Phillip Snowden and his wife, Abigail, who were good friends with the Kelton’s of the Kelton House, just a few doors over. After just 10 years, however, the Snowdens lost the house and eventually filed for bankruptcy. […]

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Photos: USWNT vs. Sweden

Matt Ellis Matt Ellis Photos: USWNT vs. Sweden

The U.S. Women’s National Team returned to MAPFRE Stadium on Thursday evening as an impressive Carli Lloyd captained the team to a 3-2 win over Sweden. Lloyd opened the scoring early in the first half and then provided the assist for Christen Press to double the U.S. lead before Lloyd scored her second of the […]

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Romantic Elves, Bombast and Spooky Hotels this Week in Theaters

George Wolf George Wolf Romantic Elves, Bombast and Spooky Hotels this Week in Theaters

A sequel nearly 40 years in coming tops the list in a big Hollywood week. If you’re ready for the Christmas rush, we’ve got you covered, too. Let us help you decide.  Doctor Sleep by Hope Madden and George Wolf The Shining was always going to be a hard act to follow, even for Stephen […]

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