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‘Charley’s Aunt’ at Harbor Playhouse will keep family laughing
The road to love can be a drag. Just ask the cast of Harbor Playhouse Theatrical Co-Op’s three-act family comedy “Charley’s Aunt.”
‘The Rocky Horror Show’ is well performed, funny and worth seeing
Mention “The Rocky Horror Show” and almost everyone has an opinion, whether they've seen the movie or stage adaptation or not. It has been a cult classic for over three decades, since its release in 1975, and it has garnered plenty of criticism and negative commentary. Because public reaction to this extremely odd piece of musical comedy has been so strong for so long, many with an opinion have never even seen the movie or play. And many certainly do not understand that it is a spoof of shock theater. Yet they continue to berate the show as immoral and lewd.
Ashtabula native nominated for Daytime Emmy
Freddie Smith was thrilled to hear of his nomination for a Daytime Emmy for his role on “Days of Our Lives.”
Music, art worldwide at Lakeside festival
A celebration of folk arts from around the world is the theme of the “Big, Wide, Wonderful World” festival Saturday at Lakeside High School.
ARTS IN BRIEF
The May art exhibit at the Ashtabula Arts Center will feature “Lake Shore Artists Presents...” On display today until May 29, the exhibit will feature works by local artists.
Country star George Jones dead at 81
George Jones, the peerless, hard-living country singer who recorded dozens of hits about good times and regrets and peaked with the heartbreaking classic "He Stopped Loving Her Today," has died. He was 81.
Strike up the orchestra in Ashtabula
WEEKENDER for April 26, 2013: The St. Peter's Fine Arts Concert Series' “Great Music Without Barriers” will present an ensemble of Cleveland Orchestra members at a May 19 concert.
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Young cast excels in ‘Adventures of Tom Sawyer’
Few novels have been adapted for the stage as many times and different ways as Mark Twain’s “Tom Sawyer.”
Monday deadline for Rabbit Run artwork collection submission
WEEKENDER FOR April 26, 2013: The 22nd annual Juried Art Show, sponsored by Rabbit Run Community Arts Association and the Madison Public Library, opens May 4 and the deadline for artwork submission is Monday.
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