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Shakespeare in Delaware Park opens Thursday

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Kicking off the 38th season in Buffalo, Shakespeare in Delaware Park will open on Thursday with a performance of “Hamlet.” Always free to the public, “Hamlet” will run from June 20 through…

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Shea’s to honor high school thespians at Kenny Awards

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Consider this the prelude to their Academy Award acceptance speech.

Created in 1993, the Kenny Awards honor the talent and commitment of area youth. Through the years, more than 100 outstanding musical productions from area high schools have been recognized…

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‘Rock of Ages’ looks to melt your face this weekend - VIDEO

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Are you ready to rock, Buffalo?

“Rock of Ages,” the hugely popular Broadway musical set in 1987 is coming to Shea’s this weekend. The show…

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Blog Less Traveled: Interview with ‘Seeds’ playwright Donna Hoke

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{video_photo_caption}Donna Hoke is the playwright behind Seeds, now playing at Road Less Traveled Theater.

We opened the world premiere of Seeds last week at the Road Less Traveled Theater (639 Main St.,…

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Blog Less Traveled: Talking with Peter Palmisano

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{video_photo_caption}Peter Palmisano is a bulwark of Buffalo theater .

This week, I chat with Peter Palmisano, director of the Western New York premiere of Jon Robin Baitz’ Other Desert Cities,…

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Haskell looks to be triple threat - AUDIO

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{video_photo_caption}Photo credit: Ronnie Nelson / Neil-Haskell.com

WNY native Neil Haskell has been busy since his “So You Think You Can Dance” days.

Currently part of “Bring It On: the Musical”…

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Being Jekyll and Hyde with Constantine Maroulis - INTERVIEW

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{video_photo_caption}Photo credit: CHRIS BENNION - Constantine Maroulis as Henry Jekyll in JEKYLL & HYDE

Running at Shea’s through Nov. 4, Jeykll and Hyde stars former American Idol and Tony Award nominee Constantine Maroulis in the title dual role of Dr. Henry Jekyll and Edward Hyde, alongside Grammy Award nominee…

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The Albrights play ‘cool cats’ in new video

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Featuring some of the Queen City's most recognizable faces in theater, The Albrights have released a stellar new video, channeling the 1950s perfectly. Directed by Chris Kelly and produced by Everything…

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Honesty to Buffalo: Road Less Traveled plays host to short comedies

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The Western New York theater community is even more tightly knit now that there’s cooperation between Honesty Theater Presents and Buffalo’s Road Less Traveled Productions.

At…

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UB Center for the Arts reveals schedule for upcoming season

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UB Center for the Arts released the schedule for its upcoming season, and tickets go on sale Friday—and you might want to get ‘em sooner than later, because a bunch of these events have been known to sell out…

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Buff State theater department announces 2012-2013 lineup

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Buff State’s theater department announced its 2012-2012 lineup Monday, making the upcoming year one full of drama, humor, dance and more.

The information below is from the official…

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Richard the Third at Shakespeare in Delaware Park - PHOTOS

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{video_photo_caption}Scene from a performance of Shakespeare's Richard III in Delaware Park.

On this somewhat sultry summer evening the talented troupe that is Shakespeare in Delaware Park brought to the stage on the side of the hill a robust performance of Richard the Third.

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A.R. Gurney joins RLTP’s National Advisory Board

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Described by Road Less Traveled Productions executive and artistic director Scott Behrend as “Buffalo’s most successful native playwright,” A.R. Gurney has agreed to join RLTP’s National Advisory Board, which currently includes TV icon Alec…

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Blog Less Traveled: A conversation with Matthew Crehan Higgins and Donna Hoke

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{video_photo_caption}Matthew Crehan Higgins (right) and Donna Hoke have made BUA Takes Ten happen.

This week, we take a break from our usual Q&A format for a more informal roundtable chat with two celebrated local playwrights: Matthew Crehan Higgins, author of The Casual…

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Blog Less Traveled: A.R. Gurney’s Ancestral Voices opens tonight

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{video_photo_caption}A.R. Gurney's Ancestral Voices is set to open at Road Less Traveled Theater.

Beginning tonight, Road Less Traveled Productions will mount Ancestral Voices, the…

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