Day: February 4, 2021

Paintings (Graphic Arts)

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Andrew Lloyd Webber Teases Changes at Her Majesty’s Theatre Make It Even More ‘Phantom-Like’

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, work is underway on Her Majesty’s Theatre in London, in preparation for the return of The Phantom of the Opera on the West End. In a recent interview with The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show, Andrew Lloyd Webber teased that Phans will be pleased with the theatre’s improvements.

“I was in Her Majesty’s Theatre yesterday, with Cameron Mackintosh actually,” he said. “It’s going to be when it comes back, better than ever. We’ve been able to do things to the theatre to make it even more Phantom-like.”

Click here to listen to the full interview.

The show’s official Twitter account shared a video of the theatre, in its various stages of renovation. “With the new year almost upon us, we are excited to see work at Her Majesty’s underway and are looking forward to sharing updates as we prepare to return the Phantom to its London home

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Margo Price Slams Luke Combs’ For Saying He Avoids Being ‘Political’

With a handful of No. 1 singles under his belt, country singer Luke Combs continues to grow his already-enormous platform. Unlike other country musicians such as The Chicks or Maren Morris, Combs has stayed tight-lipped about his political views amid the election and Black Lives Matter protests. But with his new song “The Great Divide,” Combs offers a lukewarm take about how our country’s politics seem more divided then ever.

Combs shared his new song with a lengthy explanation about the single. In it, he said he wrote the track last June when there were “a lot of crazy things going on in the world.” But in the same breath, Combs said the single is “not meant to be political.” Fellow country singer Margo Price took issue with his argument, calling out Combs for other times he had no problem being political.

Sharing a video clip alongside his single, Combs

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Light Work Presents the 2021 Transmedia Photography Annual

Light Work has announced the 2021 Transmedia Photography Annual exhibition of photographs by seniors from the art photography BFA program in the Department of Transmedia in the College of Visual and Performing Arts.

Dan Lyon, “Purgatory,” 2020, courtesy of Light Work

The exhibition will run through March 4 at Light Work. As Light Work’s galleries remain closed to the public because of the COVID-19 pandemic, patrons are encouraged to exhibitions online and participate in online events.

The exhibiting artists are Sam Bennett, Li Chen, Kate Hall, Torian Love, Dan Lyon, Neva Knoll, Jillian McHugh, Natalie Richard, Alana Swaringen, Bailey Thurmond, Sarah Vinette and Ally Walsh.

 

Gregory Eddi Jones, founding editor and publisher of In the In-Between, served as juror and selected images for Best of Show and Honorable Mention awards. Dan Lyon was awarded Best of Show, and Honorable Mention honors were awarded to Kate Hall, Sarah Vinette and

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