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  • 50 Things to Do in 2023

    50 Things to Do in 2023

    Every year, we bring you our 50 Things to Do in the year ahead. Yet again, we’ve rounded up what we think are 50 pretty great ideas for having an amazing year, whether it’s visiting fancy restaurants, seeing your favorite band, laughing at live comedy, walking on a hidden trail, climbing among the trees, or one of many other unique options. Read More
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  • Review: 'The Book of Mormon' at Miller Auditorium is Huge and Hilarious Review: 'The Book of Mormon' at Miller Auditorium is Huge and Hilarious

    A community of Ugandans giving God the middle finger in a most exuberant and tuneful way in response to the poverty and AIDS that has befallen them is but one of many surprisingly delightful numbers in the musical The Book of Mormon.

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  • Review: Talent and Joy Abound in 'Once On This Island' Review: Talent and Joy Abound in 'Once On This Island'

    Anyone reading Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Little Mermaid” after watching the Disney film will find much that’s familiar. Its title character, who lives with her father and sisters, dreams of the world above her watery home.

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  • January 2023 Arts Calendar January 2023 Arts Calendar

    In 2023, arts organizations are ready and raring to go, with incredible lineups of concerts, symphonies, dance performances, art exhibitions, musicals, plays and more. Heading into the new year, we have art from around the world, theater classics, and a smorgasbord of music. Due to the ever-changing nature of the pandemic, we suggest checking websites or contacting organizations to learn about safety measures in place.

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  • Review: 'Six' is a Boldly Dazzling Musical for Today Review: 'Six' is a Boldly Dazzling Musical for Today

    From all accounts, the six wives of King Henry VIII did not have a good time of it. Divorced, betrayed, beheaded, otherwise dead are just the headlines of their famous victimization. Or, as the rhyme that British school children learn to help them remember the fate of each wife goes: “Divorced, Beheaded, Died: Divorced, Beheaded, Survived.”

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