New York City Ballet Casts its First Black Lead in “The Nutcracker”

December 5, 2019

Written by Jasmine 11-year-old Charlotte Nebres is making history after being cast as Marie in New York City Ballet’s holiday production of “The Nutcracker”. She is officially the first black lead in the history of the dance company’s production, which dates back to 1954.   View this post on Instagram   IN THE NEWS // […]

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Rochester’s Auditorium Theater Sports New Metal Detectors

October 24, 2019

Written by Jasmine If you plan to see a show at Rochester Broadway Theater League’s (RBTL) Auditorium Theater, be prepared for their newest security feature. The theater has done away with metal detector wands and has instituted new walk-through metal detectors, opting for more safety and efficiency. With the recent increases in mass shootings, more […]

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Lawmakers Push to Allow Alcohol Sales in Movie Theaters

December 3, 2019

Written by Jasmine Have you ever wanted to go to a movie theater to catch a great film, eat some great popcorn AND have a cocktail? Well, this dream may actually be turning into reality for movie theaters in New York state. A state bill, which has actually been in the works for years, would […]

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Reign Review: Geva Theatre’s La Cage Aux Folles

September 17, 2019

Written by DJ Reign Disclaimer, I’m not a theatre geek or critic, but when a show is good – it is good! Without further ado, La Cage aux Folles kicked off Geva’s 2019-2020 season with a bang, a BIG bang!  Spectacular! It was a pleasant surprise to see Artistic Director Mark Cuddy, who outdid himself, […]

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