McCallum Theatre reveals its 2020-21 season featuring show business royalty, a robust comedy lineup, and an impressive array of Broadway shows.
McCallum Theatre’s series of tribute performances this season, like Bob Anderson’s as Frank Sinatra, proves the truly great never really leave us.
The non-stop laughter begins with “The Play That Goes Wrong” and continues with Renée Taylor in “My Life on a Diet” – both in January at McCallum Theater.
Prior to her show at McCallum Theatre, Melissa Etheridge opens up about her career milestones, personal victories, and how she remains true to herself.
Manuel Vignoulle, the choreographer with a fiery mane of burnt-orange hair, returns after winning last year’s festival at McCallum Theatre.
The McCallum Theatre Muses, who raise funds to to benefit the education programs, have totaled more than $5 million and enabled 40,000 children from the community to attend.
J. Scott Beaty is celebrating 25 years as house pianist at the McCallum Theatre, a gig he got on the recommendation of former President Gerald Ford.
The Muses & Patroness Circle, a women’s fundraising and leadership group for the McCallum Theatre, held its annual Muses Tea at the home of philanthropist Donna Macmillan. Nearly 300 women spent the afternoon enjoying Macmillan’s whimsical and important art collection while noshing on elegant bites from Carousel Catering. Guests gathered under Macmillan’s neon “Happy” sign (created by Tim Noble and