As its oldest
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With the help of some enthusiastic praise from celebrity blogger Perez Hilton, Washington, D.C., pop-rock songwriter Eric Hutchinson rebounded from an unproductive stint on Madonna's Maverick Records, which shut down before...
Waukesha Civic Theatre looking to cast for its production of STATE FAIR
By Russ Bickerstaff
� � In a different era it probably would’ve been titled State Fair: The Musical! As the 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein film musical State Fair debuted in 1945. Years later in 1962, it was first adapted for the stage. It’s the story of the Frake family going to the Iowa State Fair. This week, the Waukesha Civic Theatre�will be casting for its production of the classic musical, due to hit the sta...
For as great of a band as they are, Steely Dan hasn’t inspired much in the way of tribute and cover bands (which is a particular shame when you consider how many dozens of Genesis cover bands dominate the market). The San Francisco cover band Aja Vu, then, is left to pick up much of the slack, playing tight . . .
State Fair’s Main Stage usually welcomes family-friendly events—last night, for instance, the Doodlebops headlined—but tonight’s entertainment is for more mature audiences: It’s the 8 p.m. “MMA In The Cage” Gladiator Fighting event, a local mixed martial arts (MMA) competition. MMA allows for the . . .
They have orange, pink and blue faces, with hair to match. They pretend to play musical instruments. And, apparently, they are as big as the Beatles among the pre-High School Musical crowd—which, in this case, would be kids between the ages of 18 months and 5 years old. The Doodlebops’ musical . . .