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Actors’ Theatre presents ‘Frankenstein’ by Mary Shelley

Kylie Harwell-Sturgill Kylie Harwell-Sturgill Actors’ Theatre presents ‘Frankenstein’ by Mary Shelley

Season Presenter: Fortner Fine Living Production Sponsor: Antolino & Associates Appearing on the English stage only five years after Mary Shelley’s groundbreaking novel Frankenstein; or the Modern Prometheus, Richard Brinsley Peake’s Frankenstein, or the Dangers of Presumption is the first adaptation of that venerable novel. Peake’s monster is an early version of the horror that […]

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Free Drive-In Movies Come to the Wex

Hope Madden Hope Madden Free Drive-In Movies Come to the Wex

What’s more fun in the summer than a drive-in movie? How about a free one? The Wexner Center for the Arts once again brings 35mm prints to Wexner Center Plaza (15th Ave. and High Street) for free, open-air screenings beginning at dusk (generally around 9pm). According to Chris Stults, co-curator for the Film/Video department at […]

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GCAC Presents: The Actors’ Theatre proves the play’s the thing

 Carol Mullinax GCAC Presents: The Actors’ Theatre proves the play’s the thing

“All the world’s a stage.” Shakespeare penned it more than six centuries ago and Actors’ Theatre of Columbus (ATC) has been proving it for more than 30 years with live, open-air productions in historic German Village. Every summer, from Memorial Day to Labor Day on Thursday through Sunday evenings, families and friends gather in Schiller […]

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GCAC Presents: Stream moves the audience through a changing landscape

 David S. Guion GCAC Presents: Stream moves the audience through a changing landscape

Stream is an evening length, site-specific dance performance in which the audience travels through the changing landscape of the Dublin Arts Center grounds. In taking the dance out of the traditional theatrical venue, Stream asks the audience to reimagine their place in, and their relationship with, the natural world. Stream seeks to foster a sense […]

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Review: The Complete Works Makes Stuffy Shakespeare Accessible to All

 Briana Gunter Review: The Complete Works Makes Stuffy Shakespeare Accessible to All

Admittedly, it’s been since high school that I’ve read any Shakespeare. So I probably should have dusted off and perused my copy of Shakespeare for Dummies before I went to see The Complete Works of Shakespeare Abridged, if only to review the plays I’ve already read and familiarize myself with the ones I haven’t. But […]

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Theatre Review: Lots of laughs with Scapin

Anne Evans Anne Evans Theatre Review: Lots of laughs with Scapin

Another option for outdoor theatre popped up last night in Hilliard. The New Players Theater Company opened their festival -The Clown and the Crown- last night with the hilarious Scapin. The stage is located on a little island. To get there, head to the Mill Run Amphitheater at 3500 Mill Run Drive. Park in the […]

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Evil Dead vs. Evil Dead – Two Theatre Groups Fill the Summer with Blood!

Anne Evans Anne Evans Evil Dead vs. Evil Dead – Two Theatre Groups Fill the Summer with Blood!

Most of you may have heard, there are two theatre groups doing performances of Evil Dead the Musical this summer. So if you love Evil Dead and are thinking of which one to see… see both! Each of the performances are hilariously campy renditions of the movies and are packed with jokes, dancing and plenty […]

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