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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…

Nine productions set for Tallahassee Little Theatre

Nine productions set for Tallahassee Little Theatre

Tallahassee Little Theatre’s 2013-14 season will feature eight productions through its Mainstage Series and its Coffeehouse Series plus a special holiday presentation of “A Christmas Carole.” The theatre is located…

Wilson takes stage as Ophelia

Wilson takes stage as Ophelia

Local actress Molly Wilson will be starring as Ophelia in Capital City Shakespeare’s production of “Hamlet,” which opens Saturday, Aug. 31, at Young Actors Theatre in Tallahassee. The play will…

Review: ‘Planes’ is the equivalent of a cheap flight with no peanuts

Review: ‘Planes’ is the equivalent of a cheap flight with no peanuts

Disney has taken the “Cars” spin-off, “Planes,” from direct-to-DVD purgatory to the big screen, putting a full marketing blitz behind a wide-theatrical release. Arriving in an August not flush with…

Hippodrome’s season to feature seven plays

Hippodrome’s season to feature seven plays

The Hippodrome Theatre in Gainesville is preparing for its 2013-14 mainstage season, which will once again feature seven productions. The theatre is located in the historic federal building in the…

Review: ‘Elysium’ preaches too much but the sci-fi thriller is worth a visit

Review: ‘Elysium’ preaches too much but the sci-fi thriller is worth a visit

“Elysium,” starring Matt Damon (“The Bourne Identity”), Jodie Foster (“Contact”) and Copley features engaging action while also addressing social issues of the day. While “Elysium” delivers the action and should…

Artist Series to bring classics to Tallahassee

Artist Series to bring classics to Tallahassee

The Artist Series of Tallahassee’s 19th anniversary concert season launches Sept. 15, in Opperman Music Hall located on the FSU campus. The Artist Series will present five concerts featuring a…

Review: Wahlberg, Washington are fully loaded in action-filled ‘2 Guns’

Review: Wahlberg, Washington are fully loaded in action-filled ‘2 Guns’

“2 Guns” is an action thriller starring Mark Wahlberg (“Ted”) and Denzel Washington (“Flight”) from Icelandic director Baltasar Kormákur, probably best known in the U.S. for 2012’s “Contraband, also starring…