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Quincy Music Theatre opens season Sept. 27

The Quincy Music Theatre opens its 2013-14 season tonight (Friday) with “Shrek the Musical,” based on the hit animated film franchise. The production will be at The Leaf Theatre in…

Review: ‘The Family’ brings the laughs while on the run from the mob

Review: ‘The Family’ brings the laughs while on the run from the mob

With Scorsese as executive producer, and directed and co-written by action film guru Luc Besson (“The Professional,” “The Fifth Element”), “The Family” follows former wiseguy Giovanni Manzoni (Robert De Niro,…

Broadway Series brings musicals to Tallahassee

Broadway Series brings musicals to Tallahassee

The Tallahassee Broadway Series returns with a season bringing five professional touring productions to the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center. Season passes are available and individual tickets went on sale…

Review: ‘Riddick’ is back in bloody good form

Review: ‘Riddick’ is back in bloody good form

Following 2000’s “Pitch Black” and 2004’s “Chronicles of Riddick,” we now have “Riddick,” returning our ruthless killing machine back to his roots as he finds himself once again stranded on…

NFCC Artist Series has entertainment variety

North Florida Community College’s 2012-13 Artist Series season will once again feature a wide variety of entertainment events including a cappella music and a pet theatre. The season begins in…

The Imposters to perform in Gainesville Sept. 13

The Imposters to perform in Gainesville Sept. 13

Gainesville’s Free Fridays Concert Series will host The Beatles tribute band, The Impostors, tonight (Friday, Sept. 13) at 8 p.m. at the Bo Diddley Community Plaza. A perenniel “Free Fridays”…

Review: Badly directed ‘Getaway’ can’t even get the car crashes right

Review: Badly directed ‘Getaway’ can’t even get the car crashes right

“Getaway” is a car chase thriller starring Ethan Hawke (“Gattaca”) and Selena Gomez (“Wizards of Waverly Place”) that on paper would seem to have a lot of popcorn potential, but…

FSU School of Theatre plans six productions

The Florida State University School of Theatre has unveiled its 2013-14 performance season, which will include six productions set at three of the university’s theaters. Season subscriptions are now on…

Curtains for a Cause sets auditions set for Sept. 7

Have you ever envisioned yourself hitting a Broadway stage or gracing the silver screen? Want to discover how to share your talents with the community while giving back to a…

Review: Who knew a pub crawl could save–or destroy–the world?

Review: Who knew a pub crawl could save–or destroy–the world?

“The World’s End” is non-stop hilarity combined with madcap action, a story bordering on the absurd and surprisingly deep characters with great acting to bring them to life. I’m not…