Jesse Mashburn, a Hartselle native, is participating in the Merola Opera Program in San Francisco.
With a cast and crew consisting of Athens State University, Calhoun Community College and community members, “Something Rotten,” which opens tonight, will fulfill a long-term goal for the Alabama Center for the Arts.
C. Thomas Howell, the actor who portrayed Ponyboy in the movie “The Outsiders,” will come to the Princess Theatre in October for an evening of music and storytelling.
LOS ANGELES — Biz Markie, a hip-hop staple known for his beatboxing prowess, turntable mastery and the 1989 classic “Just a Friend,” has died. He was 57.
Dream Weavers Children’s Theatre celebrated a successful season, which concluded with more than 1,500 people attending four showings of “Mary Poppins” last weekend at the 677-seat Princess Theatre, by announcing the shows selected for the 2021-22 season.
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LOS ANGELES — Actor William Smith, who played bikers, brawlers, cowboys and no-nonsense tough guys in films and television shows including "Laredo," "Rich Man, Poor Man" and "Any Which Way You Can," has died at 88.
CANNES, France — The veteran provocateur Paul Verhoeven premiered his lesbian nun drama "Benedetta" at the Cannes Film Festival with a solemn vow to resurrect sexuality in movies.
The Princess Theatre has announced performers for the summer and fall season of the performing arts center’s Singer-Songwriter Series. The lineup includes an Academy of Country Music Award winner and a Grammy Award winner.