John Miller-Stephany, who had been Joe Dowling's right hand at the Guthrie, assumed leadership of Arkansas' flagship theater 18 months ago.
Originally slated for a summer 2018 opening, Soap Factory reconsiders after financial complications.
Buckingham is being replaced on the tour by Crowded House's Neil Finn and Heartbreakers guitarist Mike Campbell.
When Harrison David Rivers wrote "This Bitter Earth," he borrowed details from his own life.
The event takes inspiration from the "Battle for the Axe" football games.
Priest and Deep Purple will pair up outside the casino on Sept. 20.
Judges called '74 Seconds' a remarkable podcast series.
Troy Carter, entertainment adviser to Prince's estate, revealed the news in an exclusive interview with variety.com
Marcela Lorca announces her first season at the helm of Ten Thousand Things.
Ashley Hanson won an Obama Foundation fellowship to support her work with rural artists.
The longtime Prince protege is returning to music after starring in the movies "Hidden Figures" and "Moonlight."
The Purple One's disciples tore it up live and entertained and informed during panel discussions.
The beloved comedian challenged audience with readings from literary giants and songs from musicals.
The London appearance comes just before the orchestra's five-city South Africa tour.
The former "Silicon Valley" star insisted that the show must go on.
It is a produced version of the original demo he recorded to teach the song to the Family, who released it five years before Sinead O'Connor covered it.
The comedian's Friday night show has him backed by a cellist and other classical performers.
Alingon Mitra is at Acme Comedy Co. through the weekend.
It was the second performance for the Minneapolis guitarist's new jazz-rock fusion instrumental group.
Wednesday's panel by the PRN Alumni also revealed he once wrote a movie for New Kids on the Block.