Greetings, adventurous film lovers, and welcome to another week’s worth of area alternative cinema previews.
Take one big band, 120 singers, a tap dancer and a world-renowned conductor and mix well.
Do editor Heather Henley joins Kim Gusby and Renee LaSalle on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer.
There are a great many people who eagerly await each week’s issue of Do, and either receive it along with their regular Thursday copy of the Savannah Morning News or grab one from a nearby box or rack each Thursday morning.
If you relish the opportunity to see and experience locations and sensations far from the norm, then the 2017 Banff Mountain Film Festival has your name written all over it.
At 78, Gordon Lightfoot is nowhere near retirement.
Audience members of all ages will delight in the Savannah Ballet Theatre’s March 10 production of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.”
Do editor Heather Henley joins Kim Gusby and Renee LaSalle on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer. Read more in Renee's weekly column.
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.”
Anyone who’s followed Film Scene for the past few years will likely recall my enthusiastic trumpeting of Armstrong State University’s annual Francophone Film Festival.
After being denied a liquor license by the Savannah City Council, The Stage on Bay has moved a Feb. 3 performance by the Marshall Tucker Band to the Lucas Theatre.
Looking ahead to the next seven days or so, the 2017 Savannah Jewish Film Fest winds to a close with two more screenings at the Jewish Educational Alliance on Abercorn Street.
Savannah Sings, an invitational youth choir festival, returns for the fourth year at 7 p.m. Feb. 9 at the Lucas Theatre.
St. Paul and The Broken Bones, a six-piece soul band based in Birmingham, Ala., will perform at Savannah's Lucas Theatre this spring.
In December 2006, singer/songwriter Will Downing woke up to a nightmare. “I was very, very sick,” he says.
Russian ballerina Anna Radik estimates she has danced in at least 200 “Nutcracker” ballets.
Do editor Heather Henley joins Renee LaSalle and Kim Gusby on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer. Read more in Renee's weekly column.
Tickets for the Saturday night Lucas Christmas Cabaret are already gone. After just four years, the annual event is so popular, tickets go quickly.
Allow me to impress upon you just how cool it is that the Tybee Post Theater is screening the infamously steamy 1981 neo-noir “Body Heat” on Dec. 8.
Not only is it a holiday tradition, but it’s the only Savannah-themed production of “The Nutcracker.”
Do editor Heather Henley joins Renee LaSalle and Kim Gusby on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer.
Blues, gospel and rock singer Jonny Lang is looking forward to returning to Savannah.
I hope all you loyal Film Scene readers (and yes, I have met a couple) had the opportunity to catch at least a few screenings at the Savannah Film Festival.
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