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October Theatre at a Glance

October Theatre at a Glance

Curtain up, everyone! Buffalo celebrated the opening of the theater season downtown on Sept. 19 with a bang. There were fireworks, vendors, musicians and 19 professional productions happening all across the city. Now that we’ve embraced all the shows September had to offer, it’s time to look forward to what October brings. Here are my […]

Theater Etiquette: A Lament

Theater Etiquette: A Lament By Jenna Rich “Ah yes. Theater etiquette. It is obviously not instinctive; it must be learned.” – Anthony Chase, Artvoice Now, for many who might attend theater and performances quite frequently, good behavior is practically common knowledge, but for those of you who may not go as regularly, this could be […]

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See Art Run Opens Falls Group Show

The latest See Art Run exhibit had its opening this past Thursday on Halloween. See Art Run is a student-run gallery that features original student work, showcased all year. The featured work, some by Walter Robinson, Katie Riter, Rena Lyon, Dante Feliciano, and Alex Fisher, ranges from paintings to photography. The gallery opening attracted students […]

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Spider-Man: Dangling From a Web All the Dirt on the ‘Most Controversial Musical in Broadway History’

Though I’ve never been a huge superhero person, I was drawn into the multi-million dollar web of “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.” A musical about Spider-Man? It sounded absurd, but with music by Bono and The Edge (of U2 fame), and boasting cutting-edge stunts and innovative technology, I was certainly enticed. Back in 2011 I […]

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Let Her Entertain You: Bernadette’s Back

Returning to Kleinhans Music Hall after a five year absence was Broadway goddess Bernadette Peters, who opened the 2013-2014 BPO Pops series Saturday evening. Peters is known for her Tony Award-winning roles in “Song and Dance,” as well as “Annie Get Your Gun,” but is perhaps best known for her iconic work in the musicals […]

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