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Shadowbox Live hosts biggest Brew Ha Ha yet

Shadowbox Live’s third Brew Ha Ha, a festival celebrating comedy (sketch and standup), music and beer, is its biggest yet. Brew Ha Ha grew out of Shadowbox’s annual Sketch Comedy Competition after the theater company moved from Easton to the Brewing District and wanted to expand offerings to include standup and music.
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Arts preview: “Footloose the Musical” at Weathervane Playhouse

Newark’s Weathervane Playhouse is bringing the classic teen-angst dance film...
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Arts preview: “Along the Shore” at Cultural Arts Center’s Loft Gallery

Artist Deb Baillieul fell in love with the ocean during her childhood summers...
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Columbus natives honored at Lincoln Theatre’s Walk of Fame

It may not be along Hollywood Boulevard, but Columbus has its own Walk of...
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Shadowbox Live hosts biggest Brew Ha Ha yet

Shadowbox Live’s third Brew Ha Ha, a festival celebrating comedy (sketch and...
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Theater review: Otterbein University presents “Dames at Sea”

Stories of the ingénue arriving on Broadway, falling in love, stepping in for...
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Arts preview: “Unfolding the Periphery” at Hopkins Hall Gallery

The short-run exhibition (July 22-25) means this is the last call to...
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Arts preview: BalletMet hosts free classes for National Dance Day

In honor of National Dance Day, BalletMet is offering free dance classes...
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