REVIEW: BONNIE & CLYDE Steal Hearts at The Henegar

From left: Joseph Kienstra, Olga Intriago and Cameron Elliott in BONNIE & CLYDE at the Henegar Center. Photo by Dana Niemeier. By KEENAN CARVER Brevard Culture Theater Critic Are you ready to have your heart stolen? The Henegar Center’s ruthless “Bonnie & Clyde” aim to do just that. Boldly directed and...

A Door into Delight

By PAM HARBAUGH I love how the internet can add to our humanity. Sure, it can madden us with widely circulated stories of atrocious behavior. But there is that other side. It can become like an art magazine, highly adapted for your own personal viewing. This is where it took me...

REVIEW: SYLVIA at MCT is perfection

From left: Shane Frampton, Mark Blackledge and Jessica Foix in SYLVIA at Melbourne Civic Theatre. Photo by Max Thornton. By PAM HARBAUGH There are laughs aplenty and even big of heart-tugging poignancy at MCT’s “Sylvia.” Just hope you can find tickets. Written by A.R. Gurney, the play moves swiftly and with...

REVIEW: TPI’s LA CAGE Sparkles with Love

From left: Sarah Biggs, AJ Makielski, Steven j. Heron, Jacob Govatos and Daniel McDonald in LA CAGE AUX FOLLES at Titusville Playhouse. Photo by Niko Stamos. By JOAN TADDIE BREVARD CULTURE Theater Critic Glitter and feathers and lights may play tricks with your eyes as the Master of Ceremonies introduces the...

GET OUT! January 18 to 20

By PAM HARBAUGH A basket o’ kittens…Now that we have your attention, fill your cultural basket to the brim this weekend with fresh fare opening at area theaters and art galleries and more. You might still find tickets to some crowd pleasing shows and to a big symphonic concert. Be sure...

HAMILTON Digital Lottery Starts Sunday

Joseph Morales and Company in HAMILTON National Tour. Photo by Joan Marcus. By PAM HARBAUGH Didn’t get, or couldn’t afford a ticket to HAMILTON? Keep your fingers crossed, because you could be a lucky one. So could I. We might both be one of 40 lucky people…at each performance no less…who...

BSO Concert Designed to Delight

By PAM HARBAUGH The Brevard Symphony Orchestra is set to please audiences Saturday when it presents its TCHAIKOVSKY & FRIENDS concert. Truly, everyone loves the grand sweep of Tchaikovsky’s compositions. Saturday’s concert will feature the acclaimed and award-winning pianist, Ani Gogova, performing his Piano Concerto No. 1. Add to that Johann...

THE CRUCIBLE at Surfside

Rhett Pennell and Steven Wolf in “The Crucible” at Surfside Playhouse. Photo by Pam Harbaugh By PAM HARBAUGH Given our rampant political disharmony, “The Crucible” is theatrical fruit ripe for the picking. Indeed, its universality is one of the reasons Surfside Playhouse chose last year to mount a production of the...

GET OUT! January 11 to 13

By PAM HARBAUGH Plenty poppin’ this weekend. A lot of theater and music, that’s for sure. Head to “Evita” and then “The Crucible” and you will discover how art continues to imitate life. Be sure to click on ads for the organizations and businesses supporting Brevard Culture. Thank you. THEATER: EVITA...

EVITA Thrills at Riverside

Enrique Acevedo and Natalie Cortez in EVITA at Riverside Theatre. Photo by Holly Porch By PAM HARBAUGH The musical may have been around for decades, but Riverside’s triumphant production of “Evita” proves that the show has a strong universality that rings as loudly today as it did 40 years ago. The...