2une in to win tix. Award Winner, Margaret Brown, debuts her new documentary, “The Great invisible,” which shows inside view of the bp oilspill and its continuing, devastating effects, still ongoing four years later. The doc is already getting Oscar buzz.
Ten years ago Ray LaMontagne released his first album, TROUBLE, the gold-certified start to a fiercely ambitious, Grammy Award-winning, critically praised career that’s encompassed three more albums, several EPs, a slew of soundtrack compilations and arresting live performances fronting a variety of ensembles.
Huka/SMG proposal to run Saenger is on the table again. Huka says they already have at least ten performances ready to finalize for the remainder of 2013, and at least 64 so far for next year. Those possibilities could be lost if the City does not take action as soon as possible. The Saenger will be shut down October 1 if no decision made pursuant to the City’s agreement to finance it for one year.
Sources tell us three companies are now vying for the Saenger management job: RSA (Retirement Systems of Alabama); SMG; and Huka Entertainment. Â Last December the Center for the Living Arts […]
Listen again to roundtable discussion held this morning on the ZEW airwaves about the CLA’s recent changes to the Saenger Theatre’s direction. David Rasp (Heroes), Kevin Lee (Lagniappe) and Christine (Center for the Living Arts) with Shane as the ‘moderator’, all had interesting things to say. Listen and send us your thoughts and opinions.