TMR Playbook November: GCP takes center stage at CMAC special ‘We’re Still Here,’ Fresno Art Museum closes doors again, COVID arts grants and more
Updated Nov. 16: A star-studded episode of 'The Munro Review on CMAC' pays tribute to Good Company Players' resilience. Shift to Purple Tier affects museum. Plus: a review of Fresno State's 'Darkside'; checking in with Bitwise Fresno's No Place Like Home; and season tickets go on sale for Children's Musical Theaterworks.
Janine Christl, a theater professor at Fresno City College, envisioned a five-part series focusing on artistic students dealing with distance learning.
For Good Company and Selma Arts Center, clever social distancing means a glimpse at live, local theater
You know what I miss most about live theater and performance? The act of applause.
Anthony Cody finds out tonight if he’s a National Book Award winner. (But he’ll always be a finalist!)
Cody, a Fresno State MFA graduate, is nominated for 'Borderland Apocrypha.' He'll be wearing a maroon tux on Zoom.
In ‘Pandemical,’ Fresno State goes digital to showcase painting, video, poetry, theater, music and more
Cindy Urrutia, director of the Center for Creativity and the Arts, discusses the impact of the online exhibition.
Fresno-area groups struggle with uncertainty and financial hardships, but the will to survive is strong
From the Fresno Philharmonic and Fresno Master Chorale to Good Company Players and Selma Arts Center, local arts organizations are in for the long haul. Will it be enough?
THE QUARANTINE CHRONICLES
Coping with stay-at-home: In praise of ‘Band’s Visit,’ Hanford actors get spooky, and my pandemic hair agrees to a sit-down interview
Updated July 23: Wait till you see Donald's hair after not having it cut for many months. Better yet, wait till you hear what it has to say. Plus: entertainment tips, chatting with Amelia Ryan, and more.