The Tuscaloosa News: “Best musical acts in Tuscaloosa for 2013”

From an article published in the Tuscaloosa News, December 27, 2013:

Contending for the MVP award is the Prentice Concert Chorale, known formerly as the Tuscaloosa Community Singers and renamed for its founder, Fred Prentice. The chorale worked with the TSO and Alabama Choir School on the symphony’s recent holiday concert, but also produced a pair of new concepts, in spring and fall, intended to reach audiences beyond the classical: “Hot n’ Cole,” featuring the music of songwriter Cole Porter, performed at the Bean-Brown Theatre, and “Shakespeare Spoken and Sung,” a teaming with the Rude Mechanicals in 45 minutes of song and 45 minutes of scenes and soliloquies, from “Much Ado About Nothing,” “As You Like It,” “Twelfth Night,” “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “Hamlet,” “Taming of the Shrew,” “Romeo and Juliet” and “Macbeth.” The latter ran for two nights in the Dinah’s black-box theater.

Read the full article on the Tuscaloosa News site.