BWW TV Premieres EXCLUSIVE New Series - CHEWING THE SCENERY With RANDY RAINBOW
BroadwayWorld.com is thrilled to add to our roster of exclusive talent and programing, introducing you to Mr. Randy Rainbow.
If you'll recall, we first introduced you to Randy Rainbow (yes, real name) back when he became a YouTube sensation. BroadwayWorld.com fans 'ate him up' as did an immediate national and world following.
The Broadway community quickly took note and Randy started appearing around town, meeting Broadway stars, and hosting a number of popular events.
As Randy and the subsequent videos continued to hit YouTube, and ascend his noteriety, we decided to sit down with him to see if he'd like to join us and to create exclusive content for the site.
Welcome to his series PREMIERE! We're rolling out the red carpet and banging the drums!
Twice a month, Randy will be bringing you his signature brand of commentary on the latest in theater news (at least HIS theatre news), right here on BWW TV... featuring the 'likeness' of all of your favorite stars and personalities...whether they like it or not.
YOU WON'T WANT TO MISS IT!
Randy Rainbow is a writer, actor, comedian and Internet celebrity based in New York City. Rainbow is most notable for a series of humorous YouTube viral videos which appear regularly on popular sites such as PerezHilton.com, Towleroad, Queerty and VH1's BestWeekEver.tv. His breakout video, “Randy Rainbow is Dating Mel Gibson,” received more than 70,000 views in one week and has since surpassed 113,000 views. Randy was a theatrical critic/interviewer for HX Magazine (one of New York's most prominent gay publications) and has hosted and performed in numerous theatrical concerts and benefit performances around NYC. He has been heard as both a guest and guest co-host on Sirius XM OutQ's "Derek and Romaine Show". Randy most recently appeared on the VH1 special, "The 100 Greatest Songs of the 2000's" and is slated to appear on their upcoming special “The 100 Greatest Child Stars”. He is currently working on a live stage show. His mother thinks he is very talented.