Columbus Performing Arts Center

Theatre Preview: Maroon Arts Group Presents Rarely Performed A Real “Nigga” Show as Part of a Slate of Grassroots Art Activism

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Theatre Preview: Maroon Arts Group Presents Rarely Performed A Real “Nigga” Show as Part of a Slate of Grassroots Art Activism

The choreopoem is a theatrical medium that collages poetry, dance, music, and dialogue in a way that lets each art stand on its own instead of integrating them like a more mainstream musical. It creates its effect through coalescence and subtle addition. The form was popularized, and the term coined, by Nzotake Shange who brought […]

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Ellis Paul: Crowdsourcing and Songwriting

Tyler Clementi Tyler Clementi Ellis Paul: Crowdsourcing and Songwriting

How do you convince hundreds of people to contribute hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund your permanent vacation? Ellis Paul, in town on March 6 for a performance with Six String Concerts, knows. The folk singer/songwriter from Maine has been able to crowdfund his last two albums. His most recent release, Chasing Beauty, was […]

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Review: God of Carnage brings the chaos to Columbus

 Halie Williams Review: God of Carnage brings the chaos to Columbus

There’s nothing quite as amusing as watching adults throw children-like tantrums. Something about normally civilized parents, throwing their manners out the window and revealing their natural, savage tendencies brings a demented smile to your face. That’s exactly what you get with “God of Carnage.” “God of Carnage,” a play written by French playwright Yasmina Reza, […]

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