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CTC's Lizzie - Photo by Joe del Tufo

As my theater companion and I rose enthusiastically for a well-deserved standing ovation to City Theater Company's cast of LIZZIE, I smiled and told him, “Sisters are slayin’ it for themselves.”  He laughed and nodded and told me to

Lizzie

At the root of the mayhem, blood, and psychosis that is the rock musical Lizzie, opening this weekend at The Black Box Theater presented by City Theater Company, is a historical tale of patriarchy, justice and the truth. Four leading women sing the story of the INfamous Lizzie Borden, the 19th century gal accused of chopping her mother and father to death with an ax. The rock musical subverts the prevalent patriarchy of the time, and uses the story and protagonist as an allegory for modern-day female empowerment...

 

Ginger Coyle

With an arresting presence on stage, and a sophisticated understanding of her forebearers, coun on Ginger Coyle's 2017 Ladybug perfomance to INspire and amaze!

Hurricane Hoss

Whether plying through songbook standards or lavishing the crowd with one of her original pieces of brilliantly rebellious country music, each note of a Hurricane Hoss performance is a moment shared around her campfire as the sun sets, the whiskey flows and the blues drift away...

June Divided

June Divided's post rock leanings, electronic dalliances and powerful vocals guarantee a blazing performance on the main stage of Ladybug 2017, while lead singer Melissa Menago gets things started a little earlier with a softer, folksier set at Brew Ha Ha on Market... 

I Am Snow Angel

I Am Snow Angel enmeshes the music she creates with her compassionate verse, delivered with empathetic elegance and a cloying, sweltering susurration. The sound is both dreamlike and enigmatic, as bits and pieces float in and out, tempos shift up and down, all the while elements of her musical foundation flit into view, seeming to vanish immediately, only to resurface later in the mix.

Maya Belardo

With her youthful vigor and rejection of typical teenage tropes, we are convinced that Maya Belardo will be a powerful voice on stage and in the musical community, as well as a classy and sophisticated representative of our city for years to come...

Angela Sheik

Entwining a vintage jazz and vocal style with innovative novelty and studiously cultivated musical and production techniques, Willmington's own Angela Sheik ropes in your pain and spins out only awesome velvet bliss. We're happy to see her back on the local stage again. Welcome home, Angela!

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