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REVIEW: “Alice Through the Looking Glass” a charming classic

The Limelight Theater Company delighted its audience Friday night with a charming rendition of Lewis Carroll’s classic, “Alice Through the Looking Glass.”

REVIEW: “Alice Through the Looking Glass” a charming classic

The Limelight Theater Company delighted its audience Friday night with a charming rendition of Lewis Carroll’s classic, “Alice Through the Looking Glass.”

Review: New music dazzles with Formosa String Quartet

Since the late 1970s, composers have been chipping away at the myth that new music is difficult listening.

Review: ‘Elvis & Nixon’ recalls a bizarre moment in history
Review: ‘Elvis & Nixon’ recalls a bizarre moment in history

This we know: On December 21, 1970, Elvis Presley showed up bright and early at the White House gates, delivering a barely legible note he’d scrawled on American Airlines stationery to President Richard Nixon. He said he’d love to come...

Review: ‘The Jungle Book’ is a dazzling visual experience
Review: ‘The Jungle Book’ is a dazzling visual experience

You can practically feel the beating heart of the jungle in Jon Favreau’s stunning adaptation of “The Jungle Book,” which is easily the most visually dazzling movie to hit theaters this year. Like “Avatar” before it, ...

Review: It’s worth stopping into ‘Barbershop: The Next Cut’
Review: It’s worth stopping into ‘Barbershop: The Next Cut’

When you come back to a beloved place after many years, sometimes you find all the faces have changed and the vibe is completely different.

Illusionists magic show a rare treat for Charleston
Illusionists magic show a rare treat for Charleston

It seems like it’s been a while since Charleston got its last magic show. Music we get plenty of, but magic is ever in short supply.

Review: Melissa McCarthy’s ‘The Boss’ misses the mark
Review: Melissa McCarthy’s ‘The Boss’ misses the mark

The search continues for a suitable showcase for the awesome talents of Melissa McCarthy outside of films directed by Paul Feig.

Review: Old Crow Medicine Show, Parker Millsap make for a musical mismatch
Review: Old Crow Medicine Show, Parker Millsap make for a musical mismatch

If nothing else, “Mountain Stage” regularly proves that it is possible to put two different acts together on the same show and it will turn out just fine, but that’s not how it always works everywhere else.

Review: Tom Hiddleston excels in humdrum Hank Williams biopic
Review: Tom Hiddleston excels in humdrum Hank Williams biopic

If a prosaic movie can be redeemed, partially, by an excellent performance, then “I Saw the Light” and Tom Hiddleston’s Hank Williams serve as point A and point B, respectively.

Review: Worlds collide in ‘Batman v Superman’
Review: Worlds collide in ‘Batman v Superman’

Zac Snyder's thundering and grim “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” offers the kind of blunt, mano-a-mano faceoff usually reserved for Predators, Godzillas and presidential candidates.

Review: ‘Greek Wedding 2’ feels like greatest-hits collection
Review: ‘Greek Wedding 2’ feels like greatest-hits collection

As the title suggests, “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2” has quite a bit in common with its predecessor. The first became a surprise megahit through an unusual combination of elements, an ethnic immigrant romantic comedy. In 2002, when we first ...

Review: Shailene Woodley returns to dystopian Chicago wasteland in ‘The Divergent Series: Allegiant’
Review: Shailene Woodley returns to dystopian Chicago wasteland in ‘The Divergent Series: Allegiant’

Well, almost done. You know how it is. A franchise must eat, and make hay while the sun shines and the customers still give a rip.

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