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Gonzo Comic Artist

 

Stamp Collecting Never Looked So Good

 

Two for the Show

 

“#BemisPainters,1982-2015”

 

‘Subtle Surfaces’

 

Museum Quality Show

 

Group Effort

 

Enveloped in fear

 

In The Bones

 

‘Millie’ is Thoroughly Entertaining

 

No Woolf Fear for Marr and Markey

As the summer musicals blossom in the burbs and comic book characters pack onomatopoetic punches at the Shelterbelt, the Circle Theater asks the question, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Apparently Mike Markey and Laura Marr fear not the Edward Albee classic because they’re playing George and Martha, the acid-tongued couple once performed by Liz Taylor and Richard Burton. Director Denise Chapman also has Haley...


<p>  Photo of one of Jaim Hackbart's VISION TREE project's written tags of dreams.</p>

Tugboat Presents closes…Peerless opens Log Lines…

Midtown’s gallery, Tugboats Presents, is now closed. The owners are seeking new space but have not announced plans for further exhibitions. The show planned for July (Mark Andrew Stephan’s Revelation) has been cancelled.

Midtown’s Peerless Gallery opens Heidi Bartlett’s Log Lines July 13. The artist, currently working in Raymond Nebraska on Branched Oak Farm, takes interest in the “marks, bodies, light, action,...


Comic Books Inspire Beck-Welsh Play

Crash! Boom! Pow! promises comic book action, but its earlier reading at a theater conference had the audience saying, “I don’t know how you’d do this onstage.”

That didn’t stop director Ben Beck, who co-wrote the play with Molly Welsh, from tackling a Shelterbelt Theatre production opening Thursday, July 12. He’ll present Red Dove, a super-heroine who flies, an ordinary guy named Benny thrown into a comic book...


Loving Gershwin’s Porgy on Broadway

WhenA you look out the hotel window and the street sign says, “Rodgers and Hammerstein Row,” you know it’s a short walk to more shows than you have time to see on a brief stop near Times Square.

Especially when you arrive on a Monday when many theaters are dark—which may explain the long lines outside the record-running Phantom of the Opera. So we settled for strolling past the bright lights of the Great White...


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