Revue at Theater at the Center sounds terrific but falters whenever the music stops and the attempts at dialogue begin.
I have never been a “bird person.” I like to watch them and find them fascinating at a distance but that’s all. I have always had cats and so never wanted to attract birds to be dinner for them. I knew that birds have feathers, …
You feel worse about ripping some films than others. If it’s exploitative dreck or cynical torture porn or a brainless sequel, you just fire away, grateful for the opportunity to vent and to warn movie-lovers to stay away.
This is not the case with “Son …
Here is a look at music events. Suggestions include gigs at Blue Chip Casino’s Rocks Lounge in Michigan City, the Venue at Horseshoe Hammond, Majestic Star Casino & Hotel’s Lakeshore Lounge in Gary, and Star Plaza Theatre in Merrillville.
Bob Craig’s arts column includes 4th Street Theater’s “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” in Chesterton, Valparaiso Theatrical Company’s “Barefoot in the Park,” Crown Point Community Theatre’s “Time Stands Still” and the Genesius Guild’s “Carousel” in Hammond.
Here is a look at things to do. Suggestions include Keenan Baxter’s St. Patrick’s events in Michigan City.
“This is my new chapter of rebirth,” says the Sugarland singer.
RICHARD ROEPER: In this sort-of sequel, the performances are uniformly good, especially Eva Green as a complex, colorful villain.
“Sex and the City” star comes to Chicago to tout her footwear partnership with the CEO of Manolo Blahnik.
Local “Jeopardy” champ says Arthur Chu is definitely not “an evil genius.”
The trophy for Steve McQueen’s brutal, unshrinking historical drama “12 Years a Slave” marks the first best picture Oscar-winning film directed by a black filmmaker.
I love “action books” — books that have the reader interact in some way other that just the story. Kids need multi-sensory activities to really draw them in. Yet, the physical nature of a book can make that difficult. The easiest way is with the …
Bob Craig’s arts column includes Memorial Opera House’s “Anything Goes” in Valparaiso and auditions for Crown Point Community Theatre, 4th Street Theater in Chesterton, Genesius Guild in Hammond, Gary Shakespeare Company and Towle Theater in Hammond.
Here is a look at music events. Suggestions include several gigs at Blue Chip Casino’s Rocks Lounge in Michigan City.
Trisha Yearwood should consider recording a cover of “The Happiest Girl in the Whole U.S.A.” The country music star-turned-best-selling cookbook author-turned Food Network show host just gushes happiness. And what about that joint tour with hubby Garth Brooks?
Here is a look at things to do. Suggestions include “Region United, Nation Divided: Following Lincoln” at the Indiana Welcome Center in Hammond.