Any Shakespeare lover who doesn’t feel like driving to Canada’s Stratford Shakespeare Festival this summer has a few choices closer to home.
Two of the emerging American playwrights celebrated by Geva Theatre Center this month happen to come from Rochester and Brighton.
When a theater critic says that an actor’s performance is totally lifeless, it’s usually no compliment.
Norwegian conductor Arild Remmereit has a knack for saving the day. He has been a last-minute replacement for such illustrious conductors as Riccardo Muti and Christoph von Dohnanyi. Now he replaces Yoav Talmi for a concert with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.
"Evie’s Waltz," a drama showing at Geva Theatre Center’s Nextstage through May 24, has gained new authenticity in light of a recent tragedy at Canandaigua Academy. Geva has decided to hold a discussion of the play’s controversial issues after each performance.
Two stars of the original Broadway production of Rent will reprise their roles in that musical April 21-26 at the Auditorium Theatre.
Dust off the old trombone or clarinet and donate it to kids in need during the Rochester International Jazz Festival starting Friday through June 20.
Disney’sThe Lion King premieres this weekend in Las Vegas. And Rochester choreographer Garth Fagan, who created dances for this musical, has been rehearsing its cast - as he often does when the show heads to a new locale.
Mayor Robert Duffy today announced the details of his city budget cuts for the 2009 to 2010 budget. In it were a few surprises for arts organizations in Rochester, who are included in the trimming efforts.
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