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Neptune’s 2 Pianos, 4 Hands confusingly entertaining

Two gleaming grand pianos facing one another are surrounded by nearly all black.  A large empty photo frame hangs above each piano.  It’s simplicity to the point of excess.  As the house lights dim, two men dressed in tuxedos with shiny, patent leather shoes walk confidently across the stage.  It takes them a moment to…

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Arts Briefs

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This week in the Gazette‘s Arts Briefs we have the most recent earth-shattering celebrity divorces, the year’s top musicals and one Grammy nominee who wishes he wasn’t being recognized for an award. Brand and Perry call it quits British comedian Russell Brand and pop singer Katy Perry have officially filed for divorce, according to the…

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Local production of RENT a great success

DMG Music Inc. pays tribute to the hit Broadway musical. One of the most beloved Broadway plays of all time, RENT, had a well-received opening night at the Spatz Theatre at Citadel High School on Oct. 13. Written originally by Jonathan Larson, RENT is about an impoverished group of Lower East Side New York artists…

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Rent: the rock-opera with a message

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Spatz Theatre hosts Broadway hit Rent How do you measure a year – 525,600 minutes — when you’re dealing with AIDS? The hit Broadway musical Rent suggests you measure it in love, a notion shared by DMG Music Inc.’s cast of the same show. In a joint effort with the AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia, the…

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