ACMO goes green in ‘Shrek the Musical’ spring production

The fairytale characters strike up a deal with Shrek (Sponhouse). (Rachel Keslosky/Snapper)

Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor Move over, Cinderella and Snow White. In DreamWorks Pictures’ 2001 animated hit “Shrek,” the prince was anything but charming, the princess turns into a monster, a talking donkey was a waffle-making noble steed and Continue reading

Latino Arts Festival celebrates music, dance and culture

Grupo Fuego Dance Company is the oldest salsa dance company in Philadelphia. (Photo courtesy of flickr.com)

Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor Lancaster has always been known for embracing diverse artistic, cultural and musical expression, especially in the downtown area. With the inclusion of the Latino Arts Festival, that diversity only becomes much more lively and Continue reading