Bless us, we residents of the Coastal Empire do love our homegrown hero, Johnny Mercer.
The American Traditions Competition ended a week of American song with five finalists competing at the Historic Savannah Theatre on Bull Street.
The third time’s truly the charm. In 2001, Kim Michael Polote captured the gold medal in the American Traditions Competition portion of what was then called Savannah OnStage.
The stage of the Lucas Theatre makes a great cabaret.
What could be more “Savannah” than hanging out with “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil” author John Berendt and enjoying a night of Johnny Mercer tunes at the Jepson Center for the Arts?
Some of the greatest music ever written was produced in the 1920s, ’30s and ’40s.
Many terms could be used to properly describe downtown’s Lucas Theatre for the Arts: Grand, ornate, majestic, impressive, art deco and breathtaking, to name but a few. But intimate? Hardly.
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