The cliche holds that no good deed goes unpunished. But for some music and dance students, a flash mob performance of the Waltz of the Flowers from Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker seems to be bringing more love – not more punishment – at Jerusalem’s Hadassah Hospital.
Shadowbox Live opened the Columbus Commons downtown with the musical ‘Back to the Garden’ about Woodstock Music and Art Fair.
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.
The Johnstone Fund for New Music and Columbus’s own dancers, musicians and speakers presented Stravinsky’s A Soldier’s Tale at the Columbus Foundation on May 1st.
At the Columbus Comedy Festival (2) you can expect to see sketch comedy, stand-up, comedic videos, improv, and grab some food truck food love starting at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
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.
Columbus School for Girls and Actors Theatre of Columbus teamed up for the first time to present Trojan Women, a play about the aftereffects of war.
Interview with the cast of Opera Columbus’s production of Mozart’s ‘The Marriage of Figaro.”
‘I Am My Own Wife’ is a one person show based on the life of Charlotte von Mahlsdorf – a Berlin born boy who self – identified as female at an early age.
WOSU’s theater critic Joy Reilly talks with director Alison Bomber about her staging of Shakespeare’s Othello in an upcoming production performed by OSU MFA students.