Weekend Poll: Which Presidential TV Series Should Become a Broadway Show?

first_imgPresidents’ Day is just around the corner, and the Broadway.com staff will celebrate by sleeping late, ordering Thai food on Seamless and catching up on the binge-watching House of Cards. In fact, a lot of our favorite TV shows from past and present take place on Capitol Hill—The West Wing, Scandal, Veep and Political Animals, just to name a few. Performances are officially underway for the new bio-play All the Way, starring Bryan Cranston as President Lyndon B. Johnson, but we think there’s more than enough room for a few more presidents (even fictional ones!) to join him on the Great White Way. So, we need to know: Which series about presidential politics do you want to see jump from your TV screen to the Broadway stage? Cast your vote below! View Commentslast_img read more

Partial lineup for ‘Fall 2018 Chautauqua’ released

first_imgGreensburg, In. — Greensburg Community High School teacher John Pratt has announced the lineup for the fall edition of “Chautauqua.”On November 8 Award-winning country music star Jamie O’Neal. Actress Alison Amgrim(Nellie Oleson on Little House on the Prairie), Romanian film critic Inna Margareta Nistor, paleontologist Dr. Peter Larson, Holocaust survivor Frank Grunwald and Bob Gimlin who filmed the Bigfoot video in Northern California in 1967.Additional guests could be announced soon.Chautauqua was founded locally by Pratt and is designed to bring guests to the area with experiences to share with resident that will enrich their lives.Five dollar tickets will go on sale on September 4 at the Greensburg Community High School or Greensburg Public library.last_img read more