“Mamma Mia!” is coming to Columbus on Friday. The musical is based on the songs of ABBA, and is known for its catchy melodies and humor. It ran for 14 years on Broadway, and is now in its national farewell tour.
In the early 1980s, Mary Hart became the face of a new breed of TV show, the entertainment news magazine pioneered by "Entertainment Tonight." Hart will be honored for her work with a lifetime achievement award at Sunday's Daytime Emmys ceremony.
A teen suicide portrayed in the new Netflix series '13 Reasons Why' has triggered criticism from some mental health advocates, who say it romanticizes suicide and has prompted many schools nationwide to send warning letters to parents and guardians.
Director Shane Hall says “Avenue Q” is like no other show you have seen before. And he believes you will thoroughly enjoy this unique presentation. “It has great music and a lot of really funny moments,” Hall said. What makes the show so extraordinary is the use of puppets, similar to those seen on “Sesame Street,” which are controlled by the actors.
Mike HaskeyThe Ledger-Enquirer
Performers bring puppets to life in Springer's "Avenue Q."
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