Mar. 25—TUPELO — Mary Conlee Wilson was in the sixth grade when she performed in Tupelo Ballet’s 2015 production of “Coppelia.” Six years later, Wilson is once again cast in the company’s version of the ballet. The high school senior now plays the lead role of Swanilda, who interacts with […]

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before… A stand-up comic from San Francisco gets on a plane bound for South Florida to spend some time with her mother in Boynton Beach. Then, a global pandemic strikes. Now, what began as a two-week vacation gets stretched out into a year-long […]

Break out the wine and join the party by watching the debut of “Aged to Perfection,” a short comedy written by The Belmont Theatre’s Artistic Director, Rene Staub. Simply go to February 14 – March 14 and click on the video to view. The play is free to view, […]

Jason Segel has always been a goofball. The charming, 6-foot-4 fixture in Judd Apatow’s universe writes, produces and stars in mostly comedies.  As a teen, Segel was a cast member of the critically acclaimed yet short-lived “Freaks and Geeks” before eventually appearing in other Apatow projects like “Knocked Up,” “Get […]

Ten minutes into Seth Rogen’s Netflix stand-up special, it’s clear that the loveable comedian, who’s built a blockbuster-studded career off playing a relatable weed savant on screen, isn’t joking around. Well no … he is. And he’s recruiting names like Nick Kroll and Ike Barinholtz for bits about vaping through […]

For comedian Ayo Edebiri the coronavirus pandemic has been no laughing matter – in more ways than one. People losing their lives to a deadly virus – or Black Lives Matter protests in the wake of the shocking death of George Floyd – hardly provided rich picking for jokes. And […]