The rich sound of layered violins, violas, cellos and string basses playing Beethoven filled the auditorium of Gov. Thomas Johnson High School on in the eastern U.S. state of Maryland on Saturday evening.
The winter storm that barreled into New York over the weekend made a mess of Broadway box office receipts, with most shows reduced to six performances instead of eight when Saturday went dark.
A decision by officials at a Connecticut high school to drop a student production of the Green Day rock opera "American Idiot" drew an online rebuke from the band's frontman.
Canadian-based Cirque du Soleil, acquired last year by Chinese and U.S. investors, has undertaken changes that have been criticized internally but which should allow it to win over Broadway and China.
White makeup covering their aged faces, Chinese performers -- all aged over 50 -- don richly colored robes and false beards to belt out tunes passed down for more than two centuries.
Sets built for British television show "Jekyll and Hyde" have been shipped to the Calais "Jungle" as shelters for migrants and refugees after the series was cancelled, its creator has announced.
Playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis is turning the 1975 bank robber movie "Dog Day Afternoon" into a stage play.
Such was the profusion of large-scale musicals in 2015, it's pretty safe to predict that there will be fewer of them this year in Thailand.
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London is marking the 400th anniversary of the bard's death with a "Wonder Season" of some of his most famous plays.
Historic Charleston in the southeastern U.S. state of South Carolina is a large focus of this spring's 40th edition of the Spoleto Festival USA, from glimpses of the city in the iconic opera "Porgy and Bess" to the tragedy of the Emanuel AME Church shootings.