Josh - thanks for the article helping to publicize the new Walkabout Tremont. As you mention, Tremont has become much more than art, which is why the monthly ArtWalk is being transformed. As for more details about art on display and artists, those are on Facebook now. The map and these details will be on the website soon. Walkabout Tremont is being organized by a grassroots group of volunteers who have been putting in a ton of work. We expect the monthly event will be a big hit, but there will be a few bumps in the road as we work on all the details in getting everything ready for Friday.
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Sounds fun. Wish I could check it out.
Sometimes, like during RNC, artists need to just accept their own irrelevance. No one needs to convince anyone that Cleveland still has some bad neighborhoods.
I wanted most this season to see IF/THEN. So glad that I did. Waiting in the balcony for some of the crowd to leave, the diverse occupants of seats in the row I was in began talking....gender and ages notwithstanding, we all thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Was it emotional? Nobody in reviews has found much emotion, yet all of us admitted to damp cheeks during Act II. This was a show worth experiencing! Enjoyed it more than Bullets Over Broadway and Gentleman's Guide to Murder.
PS---would I have liked seeing/hearing Idina Menzel? Of course! But Jackie Burns IS actually worth the price of admission.....really she is....
So. Much. Stuff!
Lost in the shuffle is the first patriotic superhero from MLJ Magazines, writer Harry Shorten and artist Irv Novick -- the Shield....chemist and FBI agent Joe Higgins, the son of Lieutenant Tom Higgins.
Rebel Bass: After party at the Agora theater Friday and Saturday night.
Excellently written review.
You always know when a show isn't worth con$ideration. The frequency of commercials for the event on local television rival that of a national political campaign, and free tickets are flying out of local media outlets like the Buzzards in Hinckley.
She doesn't sleep with her boss in either storyline, although she tries to.
I was mystified by the scenic design. I thought there was smoke behind the house and I had to idea what the ziz zags on the stage were. I also found the "store" set up very confusing, scenically. That said, I tremendously enjoyed the story, characters and dialog, but also felt emotionally a bit cut off. The acting seems top notch and I very much felt they all had the potential to take the story to a higher plane.
Fred Bidwell has lots of money, but poor taste in art.
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A primer on why Hough finally exploded in frustration and rage can be found in the book -- "A Ghetto Takes Shape: Black Cleveland, 1870-1930" by Kenneth L. Kusmer.
Next year hire a critic who actually cares about theatre and giving awards. It's a disservice to the creative actors and actresses who are reviewed with a disclaimer that the accolades are essentially stupid.
Thanks Josh for this piece on the CWF and all the wonderful artist that are being rewarded. Just a quick note, the photo of Lauren Herzak-Bauman's piece was taken by Jerry Mann.
Are you guys looking to hire an editor?
Lakewood Community College? Not a thing.
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