The National Symphony Orchestra will return to the Kennedy Center Concert Hall on Jan. 14 for what the arts center hopes will be the first regular-capacity performances of a revised 2021 season.
The Greater Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting its annual carnival owned by Triple T Amusements starting today at 6 p.m. and running through August 2, at 10 p.m.
The LeTourneau University Belcher Center is moving forward with plans for its 14th performance series, “Heart & Soul,” after the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the rescheduling of one of its performances.
Theatre Longview has rescheduled its production of Neil Simon’s “Barefoot in the Park” after July performances were postponed because of social distancing and COVID-19 concerns.
What American Shakespeare Center in Staunton, Va., is doing would have been considered unremarkable a few short months ago. Now, to some people, it will seem unthinkable.
WASHINGTON — The National Gallery of Art will open the ground floor of its West Building on Monday, becoming the District of Columbia’s first major art institution to welcome visitors back after an 18-week shutdown to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Although performance dates are yet to be set, ArtsView Children’s Theatre organizers want the community to know productions for the upcoming 17th season are still happening.
Joffrey Ballet dancer Victoria Jaiani hadn’t performed for three months as a result of pandemic shutdowns, and she was doubtful she’d dance this fall.
JEFFERSON — This fall’s annual Texas Sounds International Country Music Awards in Jefferson, sponsored by the East Texas Performing Arts Inc., is set to feature singers and performers from across the globe, incaluding The Voice star Peter Donegan.
JEFFERSON — About 150 classic, vintage and unique cars will again cruise into downtown Jefferson July 10-11 for the 20th annual Outlaw Nationals Car Show, which benefits the Percy R. Johnson Burn Foundation and Camp I’m Still Me.
UNCERTAIN — While some local events are being postponed or outright canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, one annual tradition on one of Texas’ few natural lakes remains on the calendar.
The city of Longview’s annual Fireworks and Freedom Celebration on July 4 will be a little different this year, thanks to COVID-19 restrictions.
Throughout history, especially during tumultuous times, cinema has provided a way to escape reality and served as entertainment. After the movie portion of the Marshall Cinema, located at 1901 East Travis Street, has been closed for several months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is now reopened, providing a sense of escapism to local and area residents.
With uncanny timing, MarqueeTV, a performing-arts streaming service, debuted in this country in February. None of its leaders could have predicted the global crisis to come, but the bittersweet irony is that it created ideal conditions for Marquee’s high-definition dance, theater and opera o…
NEW YORK (AP) — Padma Lakshmi has watched in anger as some politicians denigrate immigrants. She’s been left seething as newcomers are discriminated against or targeted.
Kilgore Main Street is working to get back to normal as Texas continues to open up, with the planning of its new Truck and Tractor show for June 6.
WASHINGTON — When speaking about the Smithsonian’s plan to reopen its museums, Secretary Lonnie Bunch III has told staff that they have to stop thinking of an on-off switch and instead consider the modulated approach of a dimmer switch.
NEW YORK (AP) — Imagine being a young songwriter and getting tips from a creative team who really know how to construct a tune. After all, they wrote “Let It Go.”
JEFFERSON — Originally scheduled to debut in April, then canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Jefferson’s East Texas Performing Arts has now announced new June show dates for its production of “The Diary of Anne Frank.”
When the Splash Kingdom water parks in Canton and Nacogdoches open for the summer season on Friday, guests will quickly notice changes.