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Radio City Music Hall Rockettes reveal how they roll

Two veterans — Bailey Callahan of Melbourne, Florida, and Alissa LaVergne of Houston — reveal all the backstage secrets

Writers Theatre's Michael Halberstam to retain his job

Halberstam, according to Thursday's official statement, will participate in compliance training and executive coaching sessions.

'Red Velvet' role a Shakespearean revelation for Dion Johnstone

Johnstone has a deep love of Shakespeare’s canon, which goes back to his high school days in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Like candy corns and syrup, 'Elf The Musical' overpowers at Paramount

WEISS: The exuberantly performed holiday musical can't overcome its essentially annoying quality.

Saving Shakespeare according to 'The Book of Will'

WEISS: A lively Northlight cast plays out the path taken to get the Bard's 36 plays on paper.

They've been Blue for 20 years — and couldn't be happier about it

It's no secret Chicago loves the blues. Especially when it comes from three blue-headed, bald-capped gents.

Radiant voices are the charm in Lyric's 'Pearl Fishers'

Georges Bizet was just 24 years old when his opera, "The Pearl Fishers" ("Les pecheurs de perles") — now in a new-to-Chicago production at Lyric

Actors recall their time as Tiny Tim in Goodman's 'Christmas Carol'

Nearly 1.5 million holiday season theatergoers have seen the annual production, which celebrates its 40th anniversary season beginning Saturday.

Zany 'Margaritaville' finds the joy of living in the moment

Think of it as a sort of "SpongeBob Square Pants" for adults.

Entertainment Calendar: Things to do in Detroit

Concerts, stage events, shopping and more around town Nov. 30-Dec. 6

Christmas shows pop up all over Metro Detroit

Choices range from the ‘Christmas Wonderland Holiday Spectacular’ to A Very Country Christmas

Park Players leaving 64-year home for Redford Theatre

Detroit’s oldest and longest-running community theater group is leaving its North Rosedale Park neighborhood

‘The Color Purple:’ Musical joy inspired by Motown

Detroit native Allee Willis co-wrote the Tony Award-winning musical despite lack of theater training

Opera legend Kathleen Battle performs at MOT recital

Legendary soprano Kathleen Battle will return to the Michigan Opera Theatre for a recital Sunday, 41 years after she made her professional operatic debut with the company.

Reality TV king Andy Cohen dishes at MotorCity Casino

The television producer, talk show host and game show host will be an ‘open book’ on stage Thursday at Sound Board.

‘An American in Paris’ musical stands on its own

The national touring production comes to the Detroit Opera House on Tuesday