These brick-and-mortar funds bring Fox Theatre Institute’s grant-making for the calendar year to a record-breaking $470,541.
See and hear the toe-tapping spiritual and gospel-infused story of that historic time in Jersusalem, first written by playwright Langston Hughes. And do it at a discount.
Bob Farley’s biological and theater families will gather Dec. 18 to remember the director, mentor, dad and husband who had been part of the metro theater scene for more than three decades.
It’s Christmastime in 1815 England. Cozy up with your favorite “Pride and Prejudice” characters and take a second look at middle sister Mary Bennet.
The company’s merry mayhem makers invite you to kick conventional theater in the behind with their off-the-hinges take on “A Christmas Carol.”