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    Canton Symphony Orchestra to present ‘The Earth As Seen From Above’

    In 2014, The Canton Symphony Orchestra performed the work “The Planets – an HD Odyssey” which had originally been commissioned by the Houston Symphony. On Jan. 23, 2016, CSO will be performing the sequel to that work titled “The Earth As Seen From Above.” Celebrated documentary filmmaker, Duncan...
  • Check out which exhibits, book discussions, shows, sports, and concerts will be in Philadelphia this Thursday.

    What to do in Philadelphia on Jan. 21

    This Thursday (Jan. 21), don't be shy to check out the City of Brotherly Love. Philadelphia plans on offering various forms of arts, culture, and entertainment. Don't be afraid to go downtown because of the possibility of snow the following day. At 8:30 a.m., Free Library of Philadelphia (central...
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    'Phantom of the Opera' announces stars in JAX presentation

    Casting has been announced for Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA for the premiere Jacksonville, Florida engagement at the Times-Union Center. With newly reinvented staging and stunning scenic design, this new version of PHANTOM is...
  • The Cast of Beatlemania: The Ultimate Beatles Tribute coming to Waltham

    The Cast of Beatlemania: The Ultimate Beatles Tribute coming to Waltham

    Love The Beatles? Get a taste of what it was like to watch them perform live thanks to the cast of Beatlemania. They will be performing on February 21, 2016 at 2 p.m. at the Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston in Waltham, MA. The show will feature a cast of talented musicians who will play a...
  • Installation view of 'From the Cradle to the Grave'

    Childhood friends and artists unveil inspiring new work at Chelsea gallery

    The Joshua Liner Gallery in Chelsea is currently presenting a collaborative show featuring work by artists Sam Friedman and Josh Sperling for the show From the Cradle to the Grave. Best friends since birth, the artists share a lifetime of shared personal and artistic experiences. About his friend...
  • Broadway's production of 'The Phantom of the Opera' comes to JAX

    Broadway's production of 'The Phantom of the Opera' comes to JAX

    Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA” will be premiering in Jacksonville, Florida at the Times-Union Center’s Moran Theater. With newly reinvented staging and stunning scenic design, this new version of PHANTOM is performed by a cast and...
  • Just Kidding is a series that caters to children.

    Symphony Space presents ‘Just Kidding,’ a series for children

    Symphony Space is a New York based multi-disciplinary performing arts center that has a mission to offer artistic leadership that promotes innovation, excellence, engagement, and accessibility to artists and audiences alike. Uniquely, Symphony Space is also interested in producing content for...
  • Get ready for museum exhibits, live theater, Big 5 men's basketball, and concerts.

    What to do in Philadelphia on Jan. 20

    In exactly one year, the 45th President of the United States will be inaugurated. While we continue to experience the campaign debacles, visit Philadelphia on Jan. 20. This would be a great time to explore the city's arts and culture. For those interested in history, come to the Independence Seaport...
  • Scholastic pulls Washington book: Children’s slavery book sparks outrage, pulled

    Scholastic pulls Washington book: Children’s slavery book sparks outrage, pulled

    Scholastic pulls the Washington children’s book after a nationwide outrage has ensued. The publisher announced on Sunday that “A Birthday Cake for George Washington," is being pulled from the shelves and that it would accept all returned books. The publisher, Scholastic Inc. is pulling the George...
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    What to do in Philadelphia on Jan. 19

    We could experience a mostly sunny but cold day this Tuesday. The weather conditions shouldn't hinder your plans to visit Philadelphia on Jan. 19. Come on down to enjoy a variety of the city's arts, culture, and entertainment. Perhaps you should walk around F.A.N. Gallery from noon to 5 p.m. for New...
  • Left to right: Niclas Olson (Romeo) and Jenna McRill (Juliet) in New Muses Theater Company's play.

    New Muses Theater Company's 'Romeo and Juliet' writ small scores big

    A table, a chair, and a ladder. With such materials, a special show can be constructed. Entering its seventh year, New Muses Theater Company produces hits on stages with minimal sets and spare set design. The company opened "Romeo and Juliet" at Dukesbay Theater this weekend, and did it with style...
  • Even though this Monday is known as the Day of Service, Philadelphia offers plenty of programs.

    What to do in Philadelphia on MLK Day

    This Monday, schools are closed to observe the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service. Make sure to spend your day off in Philadelphia on Jan. 18. You won't know how excited your day could be unless you explore the city's arts and culture. To commemorate the holiday, the National Constitution Center...
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    Event alert: Central Park Ice Festival

    Valentine's Day is less than a month away and if you're looking for the perfect way to spend the occasion, then Central Park has just what you're looking for. On Saturday, Feb. 13, The Central Park Ice Festival returns for its fifth consecutive year and it's free for everyone! Leaving a toasty bed...
  • Left to right, Sammy Cattin (Junie), Sam Tebb (Herb), Isaiah Parker (Sheldon) and Francesca Guecia (Lucille) in TMP Family Theater's "J

    TMP Family Theater opens Junie B. Jones to wild acclaim

    TMP Family Theater is the youthful arm of Tacoma Musical Playhouse. As such, they present fully produced theater with an eye to a younger audience. Far from being something less than legitimate theater (as some have claimed) it fills a valuable place in the landscape of South Sound theatrical...
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    Free Holocaust Museum 2016 Calendar

    ​ Keeping track of appointments and meetings has become a breeze thanks to smartphones, but that doesn't mean a print calendar can't come in handy every now and then. The United States Holocaust Memorial museum has released its official 2016 calendar, and it's free for you to own! The Museum’s 201...
  • John Jorgenson: Gypsy jazz man coming to the Musical Instrument Museum, Phoenix

    John Jorgenson: Gypsy jazz man coming to the Musical Instrument Museum, Phoenix

    If you’re going to try and tell someone about the music of John Jorgenson, you’d better have them sit down and get comfortable first, because it’s going to take a while. Known as one of the world’s preeminent performers of gypsy jazz, the guitarist also fronts a bluegrass band, was a founding member...
  • Dr. Izzy Band plays for Children’s Hospital

    Dr. Izzy Band plays for Children’s Hospital

    The Dr. Izzy Band will play a live acoustic concert for the patients at Children's Hospital Colorado in Aurora, Colorado on Friday, Jan. 22 at 1 p.m. (MST). Specifically, the act will perform in the hospital’s 1,000 square foot, state of the art Seacrest Studios. The venue is actually a multimedia...
  • The cast of "Little Shop of Horrors" rocks out the opening "Skidrow" number.

    Cleveland Play House’s “Little Shop of Horrors” is bloomin’ great

    Spoiler Alert! By the end of the Cleveland Play House production of “Little Shop of Horrors” (now playing at the Allen Theatre at Playhouse Square) all four of the principle players die. What makes this show such a delight is the “death by plant” method in which Orin (Audrey’s abusive biker...
  • The City of Brotherly Love is prepared to fascinate you with music, live theater, ice skating, and exhibits.

    What to do in Philadelphia on Jan. 17

    The Eagles don't have another game until the summer. Don't spend this Sunday solely watching playoff football. Check out what you could do for fun on Jan. 17 by visiting Philadelphia. Families and friends can investigate Hucksters: The Tumult of Dock Street at the Independence Seaport Museum. Now...
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    Cartoon Art Museum teams up with MOAD

    By now, many Bay Area residents and visitors have been aware two or its museums, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) and the Berkeley Art Museum, have been hosting travelling exhibitions in other institutions, while their sites remained closed for expansion procedures. But while those two...
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