Features, art and entertainment reporter
Linda Sickler is the features, art and entertainment reporter for Do Savannah and the Savannah Morning News.
It’s not every day that a community theater group gets to do a world premiere production.
There’s nothing else quite like Rockin’ Road to Dublin.
Fans of doo-wop will get their fill Feb. 25 at the Lucas Theatre as three top music groups perform the hits that made them famous in the stage show “Doo Wop with a Twist and a Whole Lotta Soul.”
Fans of bestselling author Christina Baker Kline’s “Orphan Train” are in for a real treat at this year’s Savannah Book Festival.
In “News of the World,” author Paulette Jiles has created characters as endearing as they are unusual.
Author Terry Kay was the keynote speaker at the first Savannah Book Festival, and he’s been a fan ever since. He’ll return to the 2017 festival with his newest book, “The King Who Made Paper Flowers.”
With seven novels to her credit, Tama Janowitz is coming to the Savannah Book Festival in support of her new book, “Scream: A Memoir of Glamour and Dysfunction.”
Tess Gerritsen’s dream was to be a writer, but she grew up to be a physician.
“Lose yourself in books” is the motto of the Savannah Book Festival, and it’s certainly possible to do exactly that.
Stephen Dobson has a definite edge on other contestants in the American Traditions Vocal Competition.
The American Traditions Vocal Competition, known informally as the ATC, is going to be one wild ride this year.
There’s no doubt James Patterson, who will present the sold-out opening address Feb. 16 at the Savannah Book Festival, is one busy writer.
For author Jennifer Keishin Armstrong, telling the story of the beloved television sitcom “Seinfeld” was a real joy.
Since leaving Savannah for the bright lights of Atlanta, performer Cyrus Steele has garnered some serious national attention.
The Savannah Friends of Music goes all-out to support music programs and music students.
There will be stand-up comedians, sketch comedy, improv groups and lots of laughs at the first-ever Savannah Comedy Fest.
In December 2006, singer/songwriter Will Downing woke up to a nightmare. “I was very, very sick,” he says.
Meredith Harper wants nothing more than to be a novelist.
Sid Davis turned misfortune into an opportunity to live his lifelong dream of being a comedian.
“South Pacific,” “The King and I,” “The Sound of Music,” “Oklahoma” and “Carousel” — these Rodgers & Hammerstein Broadway musicals are beloved by audiences.
The Ogeechee Riverkeeper’s first oyster roast in Richmond Hill will offer food, music and a peek into Georgia’s oyster industry.
A love of special effects, monster movies and special-effects makeup shops led Michael Carbonaro to a magical career.
When Wayne Colley started posting his comedy bits online, he discovered he had an adoring audience.
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