A play springs forth from an iconic photo, and a photography exhibit transports visitors back to the Civil War.
Payday will be here before you know it. Until then, you can keep yourself entertained at two free performances.
Are you a fan of the opera? Three local companies get spooky, spoofy and serious with very different productions.
You can see two plays about women facing challenges and confronting their own desires.
Two musical productions are set in Spanish-speaking countries, but are performed in other languages.
A play explores the relationships that shaped a resilient, yet stubborn, woman, and a sculptor molds his own “people” in a solo exhibit of unfired clay figures.
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