Arts Stories & Interviews

Well-Worn 'Nunsense' at Porthouse Theatre Doesn't Quite Hit the Heavens

Sisters throw a variety show to raise some dough, and that's where the miracles are supposed to happen

By Christine Howey

In the vast world of musical comedies, there is one undeniable truism: The older the jokes are, the better the production must be. And many of the jokes in Nunsense, the clerical warhorse now at the Porthouse Theatre, were already old when it opened 40 years ago...

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Photos From CAN Journal's "CAN Full of Summer" Fundraiser at BAYarts

The Collective Arts Network Journal held its annual fundraiser on the campus of BAYarts in Bay Village. The evening featured cocktails, silent…

By Emanuel Wallace

CAN Full of Summer Fundraiser at BAYarts
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Photos From the "Descendants" Opening Reception at Kaiser Gallery

Kaiser Gallery's latest exhibition, "Descendants," held its opening reception during this month's Walkabout Tremont. The exhibition is showcasing artworks that reflect personal…

By Emanuel Wallace

"Descendants" opening reception at Kaiser Gallery
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Photos: Deep Roots Experience Art Gallery Celebrated its Sixth Anniversary with She Art 6

The Deep Roots Experience Art Gallery in Cleveland's Central neighborhood celebrated its six year anniversary with the sixth incarnation of its She…

By Emanuel Wallace

She Art 6 at Deep Roots Experience Art Gallery
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Photos: MoCA Cleveland Opens its Summer/Fall Season With Three New Exhibitions

The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland recently opened its doors for the Summer/Fall season. The newest exhibitions are: "Message from our Planet:…

By Emanuel Wallace

Summer/Fall Exhibition Celebration at MoCA Cleveland
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July 3, 2024

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