It might have been someplace dark and seedy. Or it might just have been you older brother’s bedroom, the corner office or even the cookie jar on the kitchen counter. It doesn’t matter: it was somewhere you were told, in some fashion, not to go. But you went there anyway.
WOSU’s theater critic Joy Reilly talks with director Christina Kirk about Otterbein University’s production of ‘The Understudy,’ a comedy about ambition and absurdity.
Evil Dead: The Musical offers its audience squirts of fake blood that they might not have expected, but the musical’s audience has offered its producers something they didn’t expect: first-time theater goers.
Shadowbox Live opened the Columbus Commons downtown with the musical ‘Back to the Garden’ about Woodstock Music and Art Fair.
The Columbus Museum of Art is exhibiting the work of Aminah Robinson, a nationally recognized artist who uses paper, textiles and sculpture to explore memory and heritage.
The Actors’ Theatre of Columbus, the volunteer troupe that hosts Shakespeare in the Park, aims to present free performances of Shakespeare and other classical works with themes that are relevant today, said John S. Kuhn, the Actor’s Theatre creative director.
With the new Emerging Artists Program, ten local artists with little or no experience showing their work were chosen to come and not only occupy a booth, but learn the ins and outs of the Columbus Arts Festival.
Animator Shamus Culhane’s hid his work in abstract expressionism in frames of Woody Woodpecker cartoons he created.
If you’re looking for a way to beat the late winter blahs, there’s no better way than to see Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, at the Palace Theatre this weekend.
WOSU Theatre Critic Joy Reilly talks with Chuck Helm, director of performing arts at the Wexner Center about ‘Terminus,’ a new play by Mark O’Rowe performed by the Abbey Theatre, the National Theatre of Ireland.