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Eddie George is shown here with Angel Reda (left) and Jennifer Dunne (photo by Jeremy Daniel)

Chicago Razzle-Dazzles DPAC Again May 12-14!

No matter how many times you hear the familiar “Razzle Dazzle” or see the iconic Bob Fosse “jazz hands,” you can never get enough of Chicago, now playing at the Durham Performing Arts Center. There’s a reason why this 1920s jail-house musical is the #1 longest-running American musical in Broadway history. It’s delicious. It’s decadent…. Read More ›

Eddie George, shown here with the Ladies Ensemble, stars as Billy Flynn (photo by Jeremy Daniel)

Eddie George Will Star as Defense Attorney Billy Flynn in Chicago on May 12-14 at DPAC

Football great Eddie George will star as ultra-slick and completely unscrupulous criminal defense attorney Billy Flynn in the razzle-dazzling U.S. Tour of Chicago that will put the roar back in the Roaring Twenties for five divinely decadent performances on May 12-14 at the Durham Performing Arts Center. The 43-year-old Philadelphia, PA native previously played Flynn… Read More ›

Cast of "THE WINNER OF OUR DISCONTENT"

Winning… in the Second City

World famous comedy club and Chicago institution, The Second City presents the 105th Mainstage Revue, “THE WINNER… OF OUR DISCONTENT.” The politically themed show debuted just over a month after the most recent election and reflective of its title, the performers project the feelings of disappointment, anger, and fear that the current administration has aroused…. Read More ›

Bianca Marroquin’s Charismatic Characterization of Roxie Hart in “Chicago” Will Dazzle DPAC Patrons

Chicago is one of the shows that causes people to develop the annoying habit of humming or singing the tunes the next day. “He Had It Coming” has been on my lips since we left the theater, but not because the men in the play “had it coming” — rather it’s because the actresses who… Read More ›

“Chicago” Razzle-Dazzles at DPAC

  Durham Performing Arts Center’s production of Chicago opens with a snazzy rendition of “All That Jazz,” featuring knee-swinging choreography re-created by Gary Chryst, sultry costumes by William Ivey Long, and too many beautiful people to count. The fast-paced opening number effectively sets the tone for the rest of this fabulously fun show. Each of… Read More ›