The fact that there was absolutely nothing new or creative about Paul Rodgers & Company's set Friday at the Anson Ford Theater didn't deter several hundred classic rock fans and guitar-god wannabes…
More than 200 comics from 16 countries will descend on Montreal for the 11th annual Just For Laughs comedy festival, to take place July 22-Aug. 1 around town.
John Epperson, a k a Lypsinka, isn't so much a drag artist as a channeler for nearly every camp goddess who ever strutted in spike heels. Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Mae West and lesser divas too…
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The Goo Goo Dolls would make the perfect textbook example for a Rock Music 101 class: straight-ahead rock anthems, a touch of punk, well-executed metal licks, all in a pop coating.
Operas' mad scenes are the stuff that legends are made of. And Sunday, when soprano June Anderson reached the end of hers, as the demented heroine in Donizetti's "Lucia di Lammermoor," the ovation…
With the curtain rising Friday on the touring production of "Crazy for You," the tuner arrives in Los Angeles with more than $ 2 million in advance sales for its three-month run at the Shubert.
Few writers have followed the dictum "write what you know" as faithfully, even doggedly, as A.R. Gurney. Let others experiment with new forms and strange locales; Gurney takes as virtual mandate his…
Far too often star vehicles attempt to emphasize the personality's range rather than the qualities that made them famous. Unfortunately, such is the case in Long Beach Civic Light Opera's latest…
Actors Richard Thomas and Stacy Keach will play the title roles in "Richard II" and "Cyrano de Bergerac," respectively, in the 1993-94 season of D.C.'s Shakespeare Theater.
Blues baroness Shirley Dixon, daughter of the legendary Willie Dixon, was taught early on to sing it hard but play it safe.