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Thursday, 30 May 2013 10:56

'Anything Goes' at the Fox is a winner

Cole Porter’s 1934 hit “Anything Goes” has undergone three major revivals, each one of which involved significant alternations in the script and score. The latest, produced for New York’s Roundabout Theatre in 2011, is the version playing the Fox right now, and it’s a winner.

Published in Theater Reviews
Sunday, 26 May 2013 22:02

Rockin' Out at the Fox

The Fox was a rockin' recently with three performances of the US touring production of "Rock of Ages." Rather than having anything to do with the Christian hymn of the same name, this extravaganza of 80's rock standards had the audience playing air drums and air guitars throughout the house.

Published in Theater Reviews

December 4th, 1956, was a very auspicious day – especially for music producer Sam Phillips.

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It’s the oldest love story in the world: boy meets horse, boy loses horse, boy gets horse back. And that old story comes to the Fox in a production of "War Horse" that is visually and aurally stunning.

Published in Theater Reviews
Monday, 25 February 2013 22:50

'The Book of Mormon': Missonary positions

They say the 2011 musical “The Book of Mormon” is crude and funny and, judging from the tour at The Fox Theatre right now, it certainly is. But what you hear less often is how very smart and well-constructed it is. Anybody can be a smart-ass. Being a smart-ass with a little heart is more difficult, but this show pulls it off.

Published in Theater Reviews
Thursday, 31 January 2013 18:03

'Priscilla Queen of the Desert': thin but fun

Disco may be as dead as (if not deader than) vaudeville, but don’t try to sell that to the crowds whooping it up at “Priscilla Queen of the Desert” at the Fox.

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Blue Man Group is known for their highly theatrical productions – part concert, part comedy, part multi-media extraveganza.

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The legendary Jackson Browne packed the Fabulous Fox Theatre Friday night with former Nickel Creek member Sara Watkins opening the show and also accompanying Browne during his set.

Published in Music News

The 25th anniversary production of "Les Misérables" is a few minutes shorter than the original and makes clever use of sophisticated video projection technology that wasn't available in 1985, but it's otherwise every bit as much of a well-oiled theatrical machine as it was the first time I saw it back in the late 1980s.

Published in Theater Reviews

Load the car and write the note -- we're sending one person and their guest to meet the Avett Brothers and see their Sold Out show this Saturday, September 29 at the Fox Theatre.

Published in Music News
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