Tickets can now be purchased for the touring production of Broadway’s “Hamilton,” which will be performed from Oct. 4 to Oct 23 at Ohio Theatre at 39 E. State St., in Columbus.
The Columbus Association for the Performing Arts summer movie series starts June 16 and runs through Aug. 14, featuring 25 films over nine weeks at Ohio Theatre at 39 E. State St.
Israeli-American violinist David Radzynski, who grew up in Columbus, was appointed concertmaster of The Cleveland Orchestra on May 27.
Art is an integral part of our lives. Even people who don’t consider themselves artists or patrons of the arts experience its effects, whether it’s singing along to a song on the radio that raises your spirits for a few moments or tuning into your favorite television show and finding common …
As summer kicks off, arts and entertainment organizations are planning programming throughout Central Ohio. The Columbus Jewish News checked in with a number of local arts organizations about their program highlights this season.
As the artistic director of the New Albany High School theater department, I am always seeking to find musicals and plays that entertain and educate our audiences. Every few years, I select a show whose goal is to provoke thought, foster dialogue and build empathy in not only the people who …
The Jewish Community Center of Greater Columbus’ Gallery Players will present Neil Simon’s “Plaza Suite” from May 14 to May 21, providing what the JCC describes as a “witty portrayal of love, marriage and contentment.”
It’s tempting to classify the upcoming HBO Original film, “The Survivor,” which received its world premiere screening at the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival, as a sports biopic. After all, the camera lens and Justine Juel Gillmer’s screenplay focus their attention on boxer Hertzko “Harry” Haft, a Polish Jew who had a short-lived and unremarkable career as a light heavyweight in 1949 and lost spectacularly to future champion Rocky Marciano. And plenty of screen time is devoted to brutal, in-your-face fisticuffs.
Actress Barrie Youngfellow Freed, known for her role as Jan Hoffmeyer Gray on ABC’s “It’s a Living,” died March 28 in Woodstock, N.Y. She was 75.
“I don’t know where this kid gets it,” said the father of 17-year-old Danielle Finn, before postulating that it may come from his own father, who was a chazzan, or cantor.
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The Cleveland Jewish News and Medical Mutual will present “An Evening with Emmy and Tony award-winner Mandy Patinkin and Kathryn Grody” from 7 to 8 p.m. May 1 at the Maltz Performing Arts Center at The Temple-Tifereth Israel on the campus of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.