Cover art has been released for Scott Alan's newest CD, which was recorded live in April at Birdland. The two-disc recording, which is simply titled 'Live,' will be released physically and digitally June 26 via iTunes, CDbaby, Amazon, Dress Circle and everywhere digital music is available. (more...)
GHOST star Richard Fleeshman paid a visit to CBS' The Talk, filming in NYC this week. While he was there, he gave away show tickets and CDs to the studio audience and even spent some time with host Sharon Osbourne on the pottery wheel. Check out the reenactment of the iconic 'pottery scene' from GHOST below! (more...)
GHOST star Richard Fleeshman visited CBS' The Talk earlier today. While he was there, he gave away tickets and CDs to the studio audience and even spent some time with Sharon on the pottery wheel. Check out photos from his apperance below! (more...)
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK: FOLLIES travels to LA, Sumissions Only wraps Season 2, Drama Desk Nominees celebrate, and so much more! (more...)
by Jennifer Broski - May 9, 2012
Yesterday, May 8, the cast of Broadway's GHOST visited New York Citiy's 14th St. Apple Store for a performance and discussion. The event featured cast members Richard Fleeshman (Sam Wheat), Caissie Levy (Molly Jensen) and Da'Vine Joy Randolph (Oda Mae Brown), and a live performance of songs from the original score composed by multiple Grammy Award winners Dave Stewart and Glen Ballard. BroadwayWorld brings you photos from the event below! (more...)
The West End production of GHOST THE MUSICAL is now booking until 20th April 2013 and has been seen by over 430,000 people in the UK. GHOST is also now playing on Broadway, with further productions planned for Holland in September 2012, Australia and Korea in 2013. View photos of the cast in action below! (more...)
Yesterday, May 7, Magnolia Bakery honored Broadway's GHOST with a new cupcake. The 'Ditto' Cupcake is a classic vanilla or chocolate cupcake with pale blue vanilla bean meringue icing and is topped with a light and airy miniature meringue. The Ditto Cupcake will be available at Magnolia Bakery (1240 Avenue of the Americas at 49th Street) for $3.50. Check out the company with thier sweet treat below! (more...)
The full, star-filled track list been announced for composer-lyricist Scott Alan's fourth recording, 'Live,' which follows his critically acclaimed 'What I Wanna Be When I Grow Up,' 'Dreaming Wide Awake' and 'Keys.' A fall release is expected. The full track list, as featured on his blog, is as follows: (more...)
Earlier this morning, stage and screen stars Kristin Chenoweth & Jim Parsons announced this year's Tony nominees from the New York Public Library. In a season as rich as this past theatrical season though, there are only so many spots for nominees and some very talented shows and performers were not nominated. Below are the eligible performers and shows who were not nominatined in the major categories. (more...)
TheMenEvent is hosting an LGBT Night at Ghost the Musical tonight, May 1st. Details can be found at TheMenEvent.com. LGBT Night Package features pre-show reception at 5:30pm at The Ritz Bar (369 West 46th Street), including one complimentary well drink, and 7pm performance of Ghost the Musical at the Lunt-Fontanne Theater (205 West 46th Street). (more...)
Stage and screen stars Kristin Chenoweth & Jim Parsons will announce this year's Tony nominees tomorrow morning, May 1, 8:30am EST at New York Public Library. The Antoinette Perry "Tony" Awards, which are presented by The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing, will be broadcast in a live three-hour ceremony from the Beacon Theatre, on the CBS television network on Sunday, June 10, 2012.
In preparation for the big announcement, TonyAwards.com has released a Cheat Sheet that reminds you of the eligible shows/people of this season. The full Cheat Sheet is as follows: (more...)
Additional artists have been announced for composer-lyricist Scott Alan's fourth recording, 'Live,' which follows his critically acclaimed 'What I Wanna Be When I Grow Up,' 'Dreaming Wide Awake' and 'Keys.' (more...)
The 18 productions discussed include: Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman; Once; Jesus Christ Superstar; Newsies; Gore Vidal's The Best Man; End of the Rainbow; Evita; Magic/Bird; Peter and the Starcatcher; One Man, Two Guvnors; Clybourne Park; A Streetcar Named Desire; Ghost the Musical; The Lyons; Nice Work If You Can Get It; The Columnist; Don't Dress for Dinner and Leap of Faith.