It’s his debut play, though actor-turned-director Stuart Frazier hedged calling it that.
Chicago’s “Second City” sketch and comedy theater troupe comes to the Clay Center Friday night for “The Best of The Second City,” an evening of songs, sketches and improv, some of them made famous by former troupe members like Bill Murray, Tina Fey and Stephen Colbert. Tickets are $25. For i…
Contemporary Youth Arts Company director Dan Kehde never gets tired of a challenge.
For people who’ve never seen an opera, Georgio Lalov said “Madame Butterfly” is a perfect introduction.
Saturday afternoon, there’s a kind of homecoming at the Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center’s Little Theater with the Charleston Light Opera Guild’s 70th anniversary gala.
The Charleston Light Opera Guild premiered its latest staging of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical “Oklahoma!” at the Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center Little Theater on Friday evening to a solid crowd that was obviously excited to be part of the show.
The Charleston Light Opera Guild continues its production of “Shrek the Musical” at the Charleston Coliseum Little Theater this weekend. The musical, based on the popular animated film “Shrek,” stars Michael D. Gore as Shrek, with Dominick Gray as Donkey, Sara Golden as Princess Fiona and Ch…
The Marshall Artist Series has been announced for the 2019-2020 season in Huntington and sees a mix of music, theater, lectures and a visit from a Baseball Hall of Famer.
Theater companies say it all the time:
If the stars align and everything goes well, a distinctly West Virginia story could find its way to the bright lights of Broadway.
The Clay Center has announced its upcoming Broadway in Charleston series, which brings back some familiar shows as well as some newer touring productions.
On Friday night, the Charleston Light Opera Guild welcomes Kathy Mattea to its theatre on Tennessee Avenue as part of the theater troupe’s 70-year celebration.
Dawn Wells said she didn’t need much encouragement to come to West Virginia for a visit.
Fans of ABBA came out in force to the Clay Center Friday night for the Charleston Light Opera Guild’s production of “Mamma Mia!”
Derek Keeling, Broadway actor and one-time reality competition contestant, has died. The Scott Depot native was 38.
Dancer Alan Bersten said he doesn’t mind touring through the holidays.
“The Laramie Project” is not the kind of play meant to entertain. It’s not a distraction or a diversion, but is meant to spark thought — and maybe change.
This weekend, the Charleston Light Opera Guild strayed from their normal fare of glitz and glam to delve into a more complex and gut-wrenching portion of American history with “Ragtime.” Still culturally poignant today, in an America of closed borders and maligned kneeling athletes, “Ragtime…
For many actors, cherished roles only come once in a lifetime. But for Kevin Hardy, who plays jazz musician Coalhouse Walker in the Charleston Light Opera Guild’s production of “Ragtime,” a lifetime role has come around twice.
The Contemporary Youth Arts Company will begin performances of “Sad Mad Glad: The Musical” next week, based on children’s books by Chuck Stump and Jim Strawn. “Sad Mad Glad” helps teach children life lessons by linking their body parts to positive thoughts and behaviors. The musical adaptati…
By the end of “The Last Five Years,” which finished up Saturday at the Monongalia Arts Center in Morgantown, the audience has witnessed the destruction and birth of a young couple’s marriage, which somehow seems new, even though the breakup happened in the very first scene of the musical.
There’s a lot of community theater in the Kanawha Valley.