This spine chilling musical tells the tale of an unjustly exiled barber, who returns to nineteenth-century London, seeking vengeance against the lecherous judge who framed him and ravaged his young wife. The road to revenge leads Todd to Mrs. Lovett, a resourceful proprietress of a failing pie shop, above which he opens a new barber practice. Mrs. Lovett’s luck sharply shifts when Todd’s thirst for blood inspires the integration of an ingredient into her meat pies that has the people of London lining up… and the carnage has only just begun! This special Edition has been masterfully adapted, working directly with Mr. Sondheim to retain the dark wit and grand scope of the original work. The cast includes youth actors ages 13-17 who have been developing their performance skills with Winter Springs Performing Arts education programs. Rated PG-13
Behind the glass-encased counters of Smith & Adams, a newly-opened confectionary in Colonial Plaza, the shiny, colorful gems of artisanal chocolate look more like art than candy.
The visual appeal makes sense as Kelly Smith, who handles the product side of Smith & Adams, went to art school before culinary school. Following that, she was a chef at Disney for 25 years before she and her partner, Kim Adams, decided to quit their jobs and take a risk on their own shop. Adams was previously an attorney and handles the business end of Smith & Adams.
Louisville, Ky. (AP) — A judge in Lexington has ruled in favor of a shop that refused to print gay pride festival T-shirts.
The ruling on April 27 by Fayette County Circuit Judge James Ishmael overturns a decision by the city’s Human Rights Commission.
Tampa – Talking to Carrie West about the impending closure of the MC Film Festival, the venerable shop he started with Mark Bias, his partner of 38 years, is like taking a 26-year walk though the history of the Tampa Bay LGBT community.
The shop in Ybor City at the corner of 8th Avenue and 15th Street is set to close soon.