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    The Disneyland Star Wars 10K is runDisney's single greatest race

    Before we even try to convince you of the superiority of this particular runDisney event, it is imperative you accept Star Wars as a now integral part of the Disney experience. No, it does not mesh seamlessly with the Disney on which we were raised. Given the Walt Disney Company's $4-billion...
  • Benjamin Scheuer in 'The Lion'

    Singer-songwriter's gentle roar emboldens 'The Lion' in Long Wharf engagement

    When this reviewer first encountered “The Lion,” singer-songwriter Benjamin Scheuer’s gripping and compelling stage play with music several years ago, I was stunned into silence by the autobiographical piece’s emotion, honesty and intimacy, especially since Scheuer was performing his own deeply...
  • It's a canine cabaret with "Mutts Gone Nuts" for 2 shows

    'Mutts Gone Nuts' will be in JAX for two shows

    This is a great weekend treat for young and mature alike. Mutts Gone Nuts is coming to Jacksonville’s Wilson Center for the Arts, January 31, 2016 for two performances only! The disorderly duo, Scott and Joan Houghton and their hilarious pack of pooches have created a comedy dog thrill show like...
  • The second 'Art of the State' opens soon at The Arvada Center

    The second 'Art of the State' opens soon at The Arvada Center

    The diversity and talent found within the artistic community in Colorado is truly something amazing to behold. If you’ve never taken the time to check out all the different art galleries along Santa Fe or walked with a friend along the Tennyson Street First Friday Art Walk, then you’re missing out...
  • YA learning element

    National Arts in Education Conference in Florida Announced

    New York, NY – January 15, 2016 – Growing Up with the Arts, a three day national arts-in-education conference, will take place April 14-16, 2016 in Miami, Florida at the Eden Roc Miami Beach resort. Growing Up with the Arts is co-hosted by Arts for Learning Miami and the national organization, Young...
  • Book of Mormon Tour, used with permission

    The Book of Mormon makes every day a "Latter-Day" in Atlanta

    The Book of Mormon is back at Atlanta's Fox Theatre for a two-week run, ready to light up your January with a few hours of laughs. The musical, which basically swept the Tony Awards in 2011, taking home ten trophies, holds up well on tour. There is something that just feels right about setting the...
  • "The Good Peaches" will premiere at the Allen Theatre from April 15 through 17, 2016.

    Cleveland Play House and The Cleveland Orchestra to debut new work

    In April of 2016, Cleveland Play House will be collaborating with The Cleveland Orchestra for the debut of a world premiere production “The Good Peaches.” The performances will take place from April 14 through 16, 2016 in the Allen Theatre at Playhouse Square. Tickets for the performances will go...
  • Good solid family entertainment awaits you in the Connor Palace.

    Playhouse Square’s production of ‘Annie' has cuteness written all over it

    No matter how many times Cleveland audiences have flocked to see “Annie” it is a pretty much surefire hit even as overexposed as it is to Northeast Ohio (four productions in as many years). Most of us can sing at least a verse or two of the show’s main hits such as “Tomorrow”, “It’s the Hard Knock...
  • Blue Man Group winter performances

    Blue Man Group, family entertainment on a vacation day

    With cold weather finally enveloping Chicago, families look for indoor activities to keep the kids occupied on vacation days. Instead of giving kids an electronic device and a spot on the couch, an afternoon at the theater can be a great way to spend the day. Blue Man Group is a family friendly...
  • Christopher Lloyd

    Christopher Lloyd to join Michael J. Fox and Lea Thompson at Philly Comic Con

    The rule of three. It’s not just a saying, it’s real. Things that come in threes simply have a greater impact. Look at Steve Austin (“The Six Million Dollar Man”), he wasn’t just better and stronger, he was “better, stronger, faster!” You can’t just stop and look, you also have to listen! I came, I...
  • Riverdance: Irish spectacular taps into fun at Arizona's Mesa Arts Center

    Riverdance: Irish spectacular taps into fun at Arizona's Mesa Arts Center

    The Irish dance and music spectacular Riverdance is now celebrating its 20th anniversary and has begun a six-day run in the Ikeda Theater at the Mesa Arts Center in Mesa, Arizona, which is in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The show opened to a packed house on Jan. 12 and will continue with nightly...
  • Eric Anthony Johnson, Kaitlyn Davidson and Chip Abbott in a scene from "Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella"

    National tour of 'Cinderella' offers pleasures in Hartford engagement

    Although it took a while for Rodgers and Hammerstein’s television classic “Cinderella” to reach Broadway, the resulting 2013 production, for some reason officially titled "Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella," was lovingly sumptuous and entertaining, perfect for adult theatergoers who fondly recall...
  • John Lennon's guitar used during the "bed-ins for peace."

    Rock Hall and Newseum to partner ‘Louder Than Words: Rock, Power & Politics’

    For the third time in history the Republican National Convention will be held in Cleveland, Ohio (the first two being in 1924 and 1936). In honor of this audacious occasion, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum will be partnering with The Newseum (located in Washington, D.C.) for a one of a...
  • Cleveland Play House salutes National Blood Donor Month with a blood drive.

    Cleveland Play House to host blood drive in honor of National Blood Donor Month

    Perhaps it is only appropriate that January is National Blood Donor Month. It is the month that sees the sharpest need for donations and also the month that has the fewest donations coming in due to a variety of factors. This January, Cleveland Play House is staging their production of “Little...
  • When it's too cold to fish its time for F3T at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History on March 5, 2016

    Cleveland Museum of Natural History to host sixth annual Fly Fishing Film Tour

    Without a doubt, this has been one of the most unusual years for fly fishing in Northeast Ohio. Warm temperatures and strategic abundant rain kept casters on the waters far longer than expected. However, the inevitable old man winter has come roaring across the plains putting a temporary kibosh on...
  • Chinese New Year party planner: Lunar New Year spring festival for children

    Chinese New Year party planner: Lunar New Year spring festival for children

    The Year of the Monkey in the Chinese New Year lunar calendar begins on February 8, 2016. Ring in the Chinese New Year, also called Lunar New Year and Spring Festival, with a party planner for your classroom, home-school group, scout troop or 4-H club. This Spring Festival party planner is perfect...
  • Three activities to enjoy as a family on Valentine’s Day

    Three activities to enjoy as a family on Valentine’s Day

    Don’t leave the kids out of the fun for Valentine’s Day this year. Sure, you can set aside the actual night of February 14 to spend with your sweetheart, but make sure to find some time the week before the big day to show your kids that they can have fun on Valentine’s Day too. In fact, here are...
  • Experience San Diego: Most unique museums

    Experience San Diego: Most unique museums

    There is no question that San Diego is a wonderful and unique place. It has awesome weather, beautiful beaches, a great craft beer scene, an abundance of things to do, and a lot of history. This amazing city is home to many museums, some very well known as well as some out of the ordinary. Often...
  • Bring to entire family for a day of railroad fun at the Carnegie Science Center.

    Carnegie Science Center to host ‘Locomotion Weekend’ for model train buffs

    It is a hobby that many of us grew up with our first Lionel Set under the Christmas tree so many years ago. Years later, model railroading is still uniting generations of railroad fans across the world. One of the most popular exhibits at the Science Center is the gigantic Miniature Railroad &...
  • Family Valentine's Day fun: 'The Sound of Music' live at Wharton Center

    Family Valentine's Day fun: 'The Sound of Music' live at Wharton Center

    If you’re looking for something fun for the whole family to do over Valentine’s Day weekend, pick up some tickets for the Tony Award-winning musical which was later adapted for the silver screen in the 1965 iconic musical film “The Sound of Music.” The show will play at Wharton Center for the...
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