Where to Find Arts & Culture in Sacramento

by Anthony Manzanares on May 17, 2017

From show-stopping musical acts to Broadway productions, to world-class museums – the arts are thriving in every corner of [easyazon_link identifier=”B00B3M46YA” locale=”US” tag=”thetravelersway-20″]Sacramento[/easyazon_link], California’s capital city. The city offers an ideal mix of large-scale exhibits and performances, along with intimate theaters and galleries to explore. Here are a few suggestions to whet your cultural appetite. For […]


Los Angeles Night Out: The Ford

by Guest Contributor on April 14, 2014

TTW suitcase

With its many music venues, movie theaters, and comedy clubs, Los Angeles offers ample options for a great night out. When the weather’s nice, though, you might not want to spend the night indoors, and you don’t have to. The Ford Amphitheater brings you dance, theater, and more in an intimate outdoor setting. A bit […]

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Sister Act Sets Stage for Ladies Night Out

by Jenni Ingersoll on April 8, 2013

Murat Theater in Indianapolis

As all mothers know, a weeknight out of the house can be too few and far between.  So when the chance for me to let the dust lie, the laundry pile up and the kids settle their own squabbles, I shouted “Thank Heavens!” and headed to the theater. Quite an appropriate response really, as the […]


A Taste of British Culture Through the Arts

by Jenni Ingersoll on November 26, 2012

The British Isles have long been on my bucket list of travel destinations.  Not only the sights of Ireland, Scotland and Great Britian, but be immersed in the culture – I want to experience it all!  I recently had the opportunity to watch two productions that brought me one step closer. Watching Brave, the newest Disney/Pixar feature released on DVD, […]


A Traveling Tribute to the King of Pop

by Greg Seiter on March 6, 2012

Picture a quick-hit combination of elaborate costumes, stunning visual effects, impressive acrobatics, 1980s style dancing and music made popular by the late Michael Jackson and you’ll have a pretty good idea of what to expect in Cirque du Soleil’s traveling tribute to the King of Pop – Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour. I saw the […]


Las Vegas: Viva ELVIS Will be Leaving the Building

by Greg Seiter on December 6, 2011

34 years after his death in 1977, Las Vegas is still paying homage to Elvis.  In 1963, Elvis Aron Presley spent several weeks in Las Vegas filming the movie “Viva Las Vegas,” and was well on his way to having his name synonymous with the city. A fitting tribute, Viva Elvis, has been playing at Aria Resort […]

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Blue Man Group at Universal Orlando

by Greg Seiter on November 17, 2011

From live musical performances to stunt-heavy productions, Universal Orlando is home to a variety of shows but in my mind, there’s one in particular that stands out. The Blue Man Group show at Universal CityWalk is a one-hour and 45 minute production that focuses on the theatrical antics of three bald, enigmatic characters who entertain their […]


A Broadway Tale As Old As Time

by Jenni Ingersoll on November 14, 2011

Beauty and the Beast

It’s a tale as old as time.  Well at least since 1991 when Walt Disney Studios released the highly anticipated animated film, Beauty and the Beast.  An instant hit with both fans and critics alike, Beauty and the Beast received six Academy Award nominations and won for Best Original Score and Best Original Song. With […]


Planning a Cultural Weekend in London

by Jessica Colley on August 26, 2011

In a sprawling city like London, it can pay to have a game plan for a cultural weekend. One strategy is to choose a genre and pack your weekend with London attractions under a certain topic. This way, you can scratch beneath the surface of the London art scene, get your finger on the pulse […]


Rock of Ages Asks Do You Wanna Rock?

by Jenni Ingersoll on May 4, 2011

There are a lot of things happening in the world today that can keep you up at night worrying — increasing gas prices, declining home values, job security, problems in the Middle East, I mean seriously do I need to go on?  Wouldn’t it be great to roll back the clock to the 1980’s and […]