12570 Jefferson Ave, Newport News, VA, US, 23602

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    Virginia Stage Company: Taming Of The Shrew - Workshop Edition
    The American TheatreOctober 10, 2014 8:00 PM
    125 East Mellen Street
    Hampton, VA 23663
    The Taming of the Shrew is a comedy by English playwright William Shakespeare, and has been frequently adapted for film and stage despite being one of the Bard's most controversial plays. The plot follows the free-spirited "shrew" Katherina whose notorious temper has kept men from seeking her hand in marriage. However, one man, Petruchio, steps up to marry Katherina and begins the long process of "training" his new bride through the use of reverse psychology, effectively molding her, as a result, into an ideal wife by the end of the play. Despite being cited by many critics (even during the time in which it was written) as being overly misogynistic, others dismiss the play's overt misogyny as being neutralized by its obvious farcical nature, and could in fact be looked at as a caricature of misogyny--highlighting the shallowness and vulgarity of the characters as opposed to presenting them in a manner to be emulated.
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    Lil Boosie Octoberfest
    Scope ArenaOctober 10, 2014 8:00 PM
    201 East Brambleton Avenue
    Norfolk, VA 23510
    Lil Boosie, born Terrence Hatch, is a hip hop artist from Louisiana, active since 2000. His rap lyrics tell stories of the drugs, violence, and prejudice he grew up with. While Lil Boosie has found success in the hip hop genre, he was sentenced to jail for drug possession in 2008, had his sentence doubled after violating probation and recently has faced murder charges. Lil Boosie has pled innocent to the murder charges and while in jail has continued to "move forward with his rap career."
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    Virginia Musical Theatre: Peter Pan
    Sandler Center for the Performing ArtsOctober 10, 2014 8:00 PM
    201 Market Street
    Virginia Beach, VA 23462
    Based on J.M. Barrie's beloved children's classic of the same name, Peter Pan the musical swept the Broadway stage in 1954, earning Tony Awards for both its stars. The story begins when Peter Pan infiltrates the Darling family home and teaches their three children how to fly before taking them to Neverland, an enchanted place where no one has to grow up. On their adventure, the children encounter mermaids, Indians, lost boys, and the dangerous Captain Hook while they learn about the perils of never becoming an adult.
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    Allan Craig Miller
    Toby Keith's I love This Bar And GrillOctober 11, 2014 9:30 PM
    711 Thimble Shoals Boulevard
    Newport News, VA 23606
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    Anniversary Concert
    Ella Fitzgerald Theatre at Downing-Gross Cultural Arts CenterOctober 11, 2014 8:00 PM
    2410 Wickham Avenue
    Newport News, VA 23607
    This celebration is in honor of the Art Center's anniversary.
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    Virginia Stage Company: Taming Of The Shrew - Workshop Edition
    The American TheatreOctober 11, 2014 8:00 PM
    125 East Mellen Street
    Hampton, VA 23663
    The Taming of the Shrew is a comedy by English playwright William Shakespeare, and has been frequently adapted for film and stage despite being one of the Bard's most controversial plays. The plot follows the free-spirited "shrew" Katherina whose notorious temper has kept men from seeking her hand in marriage. However, one man, Petruchio, steps up to marry Katherina and begins the long process of "training" his new bride through the use of reverse psychology, effectively molding her, as a result, into an ideal wife by the end of the play. Despite being cited by many critics (even during the time in which it was written) as being overly misogynistic, others dismiss the play's overt misogyny as being neutralized by its obvious farcical nature, and could in fact be looked at as a caricature of misogyny--highlighting the shallowness and vulgarity of the characters as opposed to presenting them in a manner to be emulated.
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