“ONCE,” currently performing at the John W. Engeman Theater of Northport, is a revival of the 2011 stage adaptation of the 2006 film of the same name. The show originated
“Double Portrait,” a collection of sculptures and unusual art, is currently being displayed in the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery at the Staller Center for the Arts until Feb. 17.
This year’s nominations sparked online controversy when it was announced that “The Boss Baby,” one of the year’s least liked animated films, was up for nomination.
With its uplifting story, exuberant score and likable characters, “Annie” has earned its place as one of the most famous Broadway musicals.
The show told the life story of Carlos Gardel, a singer, composer and actor known as the “Singing Thrush” of Argentina, whose energetic compositions helped spread the tango
Even fifty-eight years after blooming on Broadway, Engeman’s “Gypsy” is still turning up fresh roses.
To close its 15th year of theatrical entertainment, the Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts has revived the musical “Man of La Mancha.”