Does Lex Martin wear a pinstripe suit and moon over Morticia in Good Company’s ‘Addams Family’ revival? Of corpse he does.
Find out Gomez's presidential platform when he runs in 2024, plus a lot more. The production runs Sept. 16-Nov. 7.
Special video coverage: An in-depth look at Fresno State’s ‘Stonewall’ exhibition from ‘The Munro Review on CMAC’
Featuring more than two dozen young LGBTQ artists born since the Stonewall riots, the show muses on gay rights 50 years later.
ArtHop spotlight: Michael McDowell muses on his pandemic ‘Hiatus’ in a new exhibition at Fig Tree Gallery
The 10 large works in the show capture the ephemeral experience of living through a lockdown.
With ‘Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall,’ Fresno State snags an impressive museum exhibition
The show comes to Fresno from the Brooklyn Museum, where it marked the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising. Three additional West Coast artists are featured in the Fresno State version.
Rain or shine, Joyce Yang thrills to a live performance (finally!) of Liszt with the Fresno Philharmonic
The acclaimed pianist returns to Fresno to perform with the orchestra this weekend in its first live concert since the pandemic shut things down. Concerts are Saturday and Sunday.
Vaccine or negative COVID test required to attend fall Fresno Philharmonic concerts, orchestra announces
The COVID protocols also say that audience members will be required to mask up during the performance.