News Tribune editorial assistant and arts reporter
To celebrate what would have been Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday, Capital City Players is presenting his life in music in “My Way: The Life and Music of Frank Sinatra.”
The new year is starting with a zany comedy by Scene One Theatre titled “Wonder of the World” by David Lindsay-Abaire.
The Missourians, a Dickens-style caroling group, is beginning its 29th and final season in December.
Scene One Theatre is presenting the classic drama “Ordinary People.”
The story of a priest and deacon is told in the play “Mass Appeal,” written by Bill C. Davis and produced by Capital City Players.
The classic comedy “The Odd Couple” by Neil Simon is on the stage for The Little Theatre of Jefferson City.
The Jefferson City ArtsLive Weekend begins tonight and runs through Saturday in downtown Jefferson City. The action is located in the 100 and 200 block of East High Street and the 100 block of Madison Street.
Scene One Theatre in Jefferson City is presenting the drama “Grounded” by George Brant.
The rock musical “Rent,” the play loosely based on Giacomo Puccini’s opera “La boheme,” is the current production for The Little Theatre of Jefferson City.
Capital City Players is producing what director Rob Crouse said is one of the most difficult shows they have attempted.