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AdHoc Productions Presents World Premiere of Heartless Conduct at the Historic Kelton House

  AdHoc Productions Presents World Premiere of Heartless Conduct at the Historic Kelton House

AdHoc Productions Presents World Premiere of Heartless Conduct at the Historic Kelton House November 3 – 11, 2018 Talkback and Kelton House Tour Accompany Each Performance Set in 1876, Heartless Conduct is an imagined encounter between Mary Todd Lincoln and her only surviving son, Robert Lincoln. This world premiere one-act play, written by Leslie Robinson […]

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Interview: Brother Moses

Grant Walters Grant Walters Interview: Brother Moses

The Arkansas indie rockers will preview their forthcoming EP, "Legends", during a free show at Victory's Live Friday night

Brewery District music spot Victory’s Live will bring in indie rock outfit Brother Moses for a free show on Friday night. The Fayetteville, Arkansas-based quintet, featuring James Lockhart (lead vocal and guitar), Moses Gomez (guitar), Michael Seck (drums), Matthew Heckmann (bass), and John-Lewis Anderson (keyboards and guitar), are set to release their sophomore EP, Legends, […]

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Theatre Review: The Divine Sister

Cassandra Zahran Cassandra Zahran Theatre Review: The Divine Sister

The Short North Stage’s rendition of the comedic play, The Divine Sister, was hilariously offensive, highly energetic and slightly sexual. At this past Thursday night’s performance, The Garden Theatre hosted the local theatre company, and managed to keep the small audience consistently laughing throughout the two-hour performance. The quaint performance hall located in The Short […]

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Shadowbox’s Into the Woods Got Lost

Lisa Much Lisa Much Shadowbox’s Into the Woods Got Lost

While watching Shadowbox Live’s production of the steam-punk/gypsy adaptation of the musical Into the Woods I struggled to decide how I felt. I truly enjoy the Sondheim classic as it contains excellent music and an interesting story, but the Shadowbox production omits and alters a sizable portion of the show. However, I relish creative liberties […]

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Theatre Review: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson

 Halie Williams Theatre Review: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson

I’m sure you thought Andrew Jackson was just the seventh president and a controversial populist, but what history didn’t make clear, was that Jackson was also a skinny jean-wearing, eye-liner-rocking, emo rock superstar. Okay, whether or not that is historically true, it makes for an entertaining story. “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson,” a rock musical written […]

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BalletMet Highlights Old Favorites and Gives Preview of Upcoming Season

 Briana Gunter BalletMet Highlights Old Favorites and Gives Preview of Upcoming Season

The lawn was covered with blankets and the air filled with anticipation as the crowd of many awaited Bicentennial Park’s latest offering from their Rhythm on the River series. Rhythm on the River is the Scioto Mile’s free summer-long outdoor performance series, featuring a variety of performance arts on its amphitheater stage overlooking the park. […]

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Theatre Review: Memphis dazzles Columbus Audience

 Halie Williams Theatre Review: Memphis dazzles Columbus Audience

The setting is Memphis, Tennessee in the 1950’s, and local high school dropout, goofy kid, Huey Calhoun, just wants to spread his love for the rhythm and blues music of black performers to the rest of his town through the power of radio. “Memphis,” based on Tony-winning book by Joe DiPietro and directed by Christopher […]

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