The new series '"Back Stabber" has become one of the most anticipated new shows this year, and with its record breaking low budget, the surprising success of the show is now rumored to be in the running for multiple Golden Globe Awards.Read Press Release
Svetlana Kouznetsova, author of "Sound Is Not Enough: Captioning as Universal Design" warns that businesses who ignore deaf and hard of hearing people are missing out on a market that tops 600 million people around the world.Read Press Release
Muay Thai Live at Asiatique, Bangkok is hosting a charity event on March 31, 2016, on the occasion of International Women's Day. We are proud to partner with The Paveena Foundation for Women and Children - who will receive a portion of every ticket sold.Read Press Release
Movieland Musical Tales of Tinseltown and (the complete) madcap Charlotte Sweet will be released on CD this spring. Both feature all-star casts and employ a signature Colby device: each score uses a different musical genre to tell its story. Tales of Tinseltown, which has had several productions uses a 1930s Hollywood movie musical style, and Charlotte Sweet, one of the most acclaimed musicals of 1982 uses British Music Hall turns.Read Press Release
A Different Theatrical Experience Where Attraction Battles Suspicion! 39 Defaults is a play that explores the trust between two strangers in an era where hospitality meets surveillance by situating both performers and spectators in an immersive theatrical environment.
Alexis Renee Ruby, an award-winning choreographer, performing arts instructor and actor/performer has been asked to choreograph and assist with auditions for a DVD choreography opportunity in New York City at the Junior Theater Festival.Read Press Release
There's nothing like live Salsa dancing and Cuban-pop rhythms to spice up a cold winter night. Strings and Salsa, Charleston, S.C.-based Latin-pop music and dance ensemble, will swing into Columbia for one night only at Harbison Theatre at Midlands Technical College on Friday, January 22, 2016 at 7:30 p.m.
On December 9, International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of the Crime of Genocide and of the Prevention of this Crime, New York based writer, actress and filmmaker Nora Armani released Sojourn at Ararat on CD and DVD. Written by Nora Armani and Gerald Papasian in the mid 1980s, this two-actor stage play spans 2,000 years of history. Presented as a simple love story, it evokes the identity, homeland, and culture of the Armenian people through poetry, literature and legends.Read Press Release