Badfish: a Tribute to Sublime Beyond the Sun Tour Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH Friday, February 14, 2020; Doors open at 7:00 PM $20.00 In Advance / $25.00 Day of Show $60.00 4 Pack of tickets General Admission – All Ages Opening Artist: Tropidelic, Little Stranger, Quasi Kings The phenomenon known as Sublime, arguably […]
JJ Grey & Mofro – Presented by WCBE Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH Wednesday, February 12, 2020; Doors open at 7:00 PM $29.50 In Advance / $35.00 Day of Show $65.00 Premium Seating General Admission – All Ages Opening Artist: Neal Francis Official Website: http://www.jjgrey.com/home Tickets are on sale online at www.ticketmaster.com. For more […]
Historical drama and varying accents can prove difficult for even experienced, adult actors, a difficulty that’s compounded for actors still learning their craft. So OSU’s local premiere of Lolita Chakrabarti’s British hit Red Velvet, set in the rough-and-tumble London theatrical scene of the 1830s (with a framing sequence in 1867), and given a vibrant mounting […]
Whitney plays Newport Music Hall on Feb 10th. Tickets on sale 11/22 at 10am! Pre-sale 11/15 at 10amCST/11amEST. Text “whitneyband” to 31996 for presale code and to enter to win 2 tickets!
The Wexner Center has done an outstanding job of cultivating international relationships with companies, curators, and performers, for longer than I’ve been a regular attendee (about 25 years of its 31-year run). They’ve outdone themselves with their February offering. One of the most vivid, stunning, moving ensembles I’ve ever seen on a stage, Australia’s Back […]
Preview: Wex Presents Acclaimed Choreographer & Writer Miguel Gutierrez’s “This Bridge Called My Ass”
The Wexner Center for the Arts resumes its performing arts season with one of the most intriguing mixes of dance, music, and text you’re likely to see anywhere. NYC-based choreographer Miguel Gutierrez uses a variety of tools, intellectual rigor, and abstraction to get to the most visceral of ideas. As he says on his website, […]
Upon reflection, hibachi places were doing a BYO (build-your-own) schtick before it was cool. Sure, it’s a ubiquitous eating format now: BYO Asian, Mexican, Italian and organic eats are commonplace – all of them with ordering processes where customers point and pick ingredients. But hibachi joints were always kinda doing the same thing, right? Maybe it wasn’t […]