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How the Parsis Shaped Theatre in Colonial Bombay

Flops, frauds or community disapproval did not prove obstacles to the growth of the theatre enterprise. Elphinstone Circle in Bombay in the 1870s. Photo: Lee-Warner Collection/Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA When one thinks of Horniman Circle – the ring of elegant old buildings in south Mumbai – today, several associations spring to mind: the glossy storefronts of Starbucks and Hermes – the temples of neoliberal globalism; men snoozing on the garden’s shaded benches – a respite from...
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The New Frontier Cookbook Tour! by The Pioneer Woman

My new cookbook, The New Frontier, will be out in less than two months! I remember when I first started it over a year ago, it felt like it would be forever before it finally came. And then I blinked and here we are–exactly eight weeks away. (And ten years–yes, ten!–since my first cookbook was released. I can’t believe it.)   Part of the fun and joy of releasing a new cookbook is the fact that I’ll get to travel to different places to meet so many fantastic folks. I’ve spent the past few weeks...
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President and CEO - Victoria Theatre Association

The Victoria Theatre Association, one of Ohio's premier arts organizations, invites applications and referrals for the position of President and CEO. BACKGROUND AND CURRENT ENVIRONMENT One of Ohio's premier arts organizations, the Victoria Theatre Association presents more than 430 performances annually for audiences of all ages, operates and maintains three major arts facilities and the Arts Garage, and additionally serves its community with thriving events that include a restaurant and caterin...
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Vice President of Ticketing Sales

Victoria Theatre is Seeking A Vice President of Ticketing & Sales to serve as a vital member of our Organization and an active and collaborative member of our Senior Leadership Team. Responsibilities includes growth in sales and development for the business operations of Ticketing Center Stage including Box Office, Group, and Telemarketing sales initiatives. . This position also serves as the liaison and company representative amongst other arts organizations and licensees utilizing Ticket Cente...
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The Stone Roses – what we learned from their gigs this week

They sound good, the fans still love them, and they matter – even if the world they sing about has changed beyond recognitionEver since they started, the Stone Roses have made a habit of playing surprise gigs in unusual locations, from railway arches to disused warehouses. They’ve tapped into this tradition again with the suggestion that they will be playing some gigs in towns big bands rarely visit, which began with last week’s surprise gigs in Halifax and Carlisle. I wasn’t at the latter, but ...
Tags: Music, Culture, Pop and rock, Manchester, Yorkshire, Halifax, Carlisle, Stone Roses, Ian Brown, Victoria Theatre


Back To The Sixties

On May 24, 1966, one of my favorite musicals opened on Broadway. Not only did Mame receive rave reviews from critics, Jerry Herman's musical catapulted Angela Lansbury into a new phase of her remarkable career. As we look back from a vantage point of 50 years, it becomes obvious that the success of Mame stood smack in the middle of a golden age of musical theatre. Not only did 1966 begin with several long-running hits packing in audiences, some great talents were entertaining audiences. Over at ...
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