Posts Tagged ‘stage’


The Sound of February

Friday, February 1st, 2013

Music you’ll love. by John D The beginning of the year sometimes seems like the slowest time of the year for music, mostly because many bands are taking a break (some getting ready to release new music), and everyone is waiting for the release of all of the music festival line-ups. Luckily Birmingham has quite… Read More

Make Some Noise for the New Year

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

Where to go and what to hear. by John D For those of you looking for an album of the month, i.e. the album I can’t stop listening to and the album I am listening to as I write this column, there is not one. There is a good reason for this. It seems that… Read More

Lear

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

LEAR Photography by Chuck St. John William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of King Lear is exactly that — tragic. Filial ingratitude, betrayal, deception, torture, madness, suicide, murder… what better way to spend a fall term in college? This fall, Samford’s theatre department has asked MUSE OF FIRE: Shakespeare at Sloss creator Elizabeth Hunter to tackle the Bard’s… Read More

The Wardrobe

Saturday, September 1st, 2012

Birmingham Childrens Theatre costume shop makes magic happen. Article by Chuck St John and Megan LaRussa for Southern Femme, Photography by Chuck St. John “I am not an actor! I’m a movie star!” With that perfectly placed shout by Peter O’Toole in the film My Favorite Year, we see how the actor can place himself… Read More

B-There! This Week’s Birmingham Events News

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

B-There! Metro Events This Week | B-Metro Magazine Having trouble viewing this email? Click here Upcoming  Metro Events    8/22/12 – 8/28/12 Hello!!   This week’s edition of B-There features the best of events and destinations in and around the city! Fireworks, fine food, football and fish (of all things) lead the ‘happening this week’ highlights…with… Read More

Legally Blonde

Sunday, July 1st, 2012

From MTV to Broadway to Birmingham, Bailey Hanks is now Legally Blonde at Red Mountain Theatre Company by Tom Wofford Any performer who lands a role in a Broadway show undoubtedly endures a rigorous audition process. Probably no one has undergone as intriguing, and as public, a tryout as Bailey Hanks. Hanks took over the… Read More