I am remiss in releasing a statement. Regardless of what I say at this point, many people will still not be satisfied. A lot goes into running a theatre and there are a lot more people than just me, but I am the leader of this organization and must address the many rumors and concerns
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Renowned singers Will & Anthony Nunziata return to Metropolis with A Broadway Holiday bringing the magic of Broadway to Arlington Heights during the Holidays.
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A Special Award was presented to Michael Halberstam, Artistic Director of Writers Theatre. Under his artistic leadership, from founding Writers Theatre in 1992 with performances in the back of a bookstore to its new state-of-the-art facility.
Complete casting and creative team have been announced for Pride Films and Plays’ production of the Tony Award-winning musical, Priscilla: Queen of the Desert, which will open in January as the company’s inaugural production in their two-stage Pride Arts Center.