After the first season of American Idol, Doylestown native Justin Guarini became a winner — in more ways than one.
He says he comes by his interest in performing quite naturally since his mother was an opera singer.
When Rich Little was about 5 or 6, he would stand in front of his class and just ramble on, much to the delight of his teachers — until they couldn’t stand his constant chatter anymore.
Sarah Colonna, a writer for the late-night talk show Chelsea Lately, will perform at the Keswick Theatre next week.
Singer/actress/multi-award winner Audra McDonald said she knew from the time she was 9 years old that show business was for her.
Thirty years ago, the Capitol Steps began as a group of Senate staffers who set out to satirize the very people and places that employed them.
When Lionel Richie left the Commodores in 1983, many fans wondered where that would leave the group. Fortunately, they didn’t have to wonder for long.
The Fringe brings outsider art to your doorstep, including a show at the Performance Garage on Brandywine.
In some respects, Harrisburg native Jessica Bedford’s career could be compared to a Cinderella tale.
Growing up in Ocean City, Md., with parents who owned and operated their own theater company, Jennifer Hope Wills had a dream: To one day appear in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit, The Phantom of the Opera.