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ENTERTAINMENT HIGHLIGHTS

Midway through a recent tribute concert to Stan Getz, Fred Haas filled Dartmouth College’s Rollins Chapel with the last, melancholy chord of Jimmy...

While watching the Tony-winning adaptation of Once several years ago, Northern Stage artistic director Carol Dunne resolved to stage it someday...

Most years, The Moonlighters Big Band waits till the end of its season of concerts to help out the Hartland Food Shelf by performing for a fall...

How does the saying go? Oh, yeah: Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.So take the promos for the annual Fools Ball with a grain...

Singer-songwriters Loudon Wainwright III, his ex-wife Suzzy Roche and their daughter Lucy Wainwright Roche call their occasional concerts together ...

In the unlikely event that John 5 and The Creatures play a Celtic tune in honor of St. Patrick during their concert at Lebanon Opera House on...

Pete Sutherland will play his deep and wide repertoire of folk and traditional music from North America and the British Isles during two...

Barely a year out of college, Eric Love tackled the roles of a tony restaurant’s reservationist and of 39 entitlement-poisoned wanna-be diners in...

As much as Owen O’Leary marveled at Northern Stage’s production of Into the Woods at the Briggs Opera House in 2014, “I didn’t think directly of...

While the members of Still Hill welcome every gig, mandolinist Cody Williams particularly jumps at invitations for the Upper Valley quartet to play...

The first two times Jarvis Antonio Green featured works-in-progress by African-American playwrights, in February 2017 and 2018, he pitched them as...

Every time a theater company stages a reading of one of her plays-in-progress, Marisa Smith expects to spot holes and flaws.In January 2017, a...

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