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Tag Archives: Paragon Music Theatre
We’ll have a complete slide show for you Thursday, but, stealing a page from Todd Owyoung’s I Shoot Shows site, here’s a sneak peek at Paragon Music Theatre’s Hello, Dolly!
Most of us who follow musicals have had those wow moments, where we see a song we’ve known for years in the context of the show it’s from and get what it’s all about. One of the secrets to the … Continue reading
Paragon Music Theatre served up a surprise hit with its summer cabaret programs at Natasha’s Bistro & Bar last year, so they are back for another round. “We always appreciate the opportunity to feature people in ways that we simply … Continue reading
The Lexington Philharmonic‘s new music director, Scott Terrell, is going to start his tenure with more marquee names on the season schedule than the orchestra has had in quite a while. In addition to Evelyn Glennie, probably the best-known classical … Continue reading
VERSAILLES — Complete outsiders might drive into this town of 7,818 thinking it’s a really cute place, and it’s awfully sweet they’re putting up a production of Oklahoma at the local theater. Then they would settle into their seats and … Continue reading
Here’s our slide show of Paragon Music Theatre’s production of The King and I. Mouse over the bottom of the slide show to get controls. Click on the little comment cloud to the left to activate captions. If you click … Continue reading