Activism and artistic practice intersect in Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties, a presentation of 103 works by 66 artists that is among the few exhibitions to explore how painting, sculpture, graphics, and photography not only responded to the political and social turmoil of the era but also helped to influence its direction. Debuting at the Brooklyn Museum, where it will be on view from March 7 through July 6, 2014, the touring exhibition marks the fiftieth anniversary of the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the events leading to this historic moment, and the aftermath of the legislation. (more...)
Lee Street theatre presents I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE, running September 26-28 & October 3-5, 7:30pm.I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change explores contemporary heterosexual courtship by using two time-tested coping mechanisms for the traumas and elations of love-humor and music. (more...)
Jim Caruso's Cast Party continues to dazzle packed houses of showbiz insiders and the folks who love them every Monday night at the historic music room, Birdland. This past week, Carol Woods, currently Mama Morton in Chicago on Broadway, delighted the audience with a soulful performance of 'God Bless The Child,' and her co-workers, Amra-Faye Wright (Velma Kelly) and Patrick Rinn led the applause. Scroll below for photos from the concert! (more...)
"Strippers and Satchmo and guys who sing gospel' sounds like a bastardized Rodgers and Hart lyric, but it helps explain the variety of talent that showed up for Jim Caruso's Cast Party at Birdland on Monday evening. David Phelps, the award-winning tenor best known for his work with the Gaither Vocal Band absolutely thrilled the crowd with "You'll Never Walk Alone" and "Nessun Dorma" (a Birdland first). Jeremy Giraud Abram is currently portraying jazz legend Louis Armstrong at Theater 3 in Manhattan, and impressed everyone with his "Wonderful World." Jaymes and James, Chippendales dancers from Las Vegas currently heating up small screens on "The Amazing Race," charmed the room and gained even more fans! Adan Canto, starring in the new Fox thriller, "The Following," is not just another good looking TV star…he's a first-rate singer. Australian bff's Matthew Newton and Matt Baker performed a gorgeous standard together. Dawn Derow showed off her musical stuff, and promoted her upcoming cabaret act. William Blake sang the blues, like he will at his upcoming Sidewalk Cafe gig. The Cast Party Symphony Orchestra (Tedd Firth, Steve Doyle & Daniel Glass) accompanied the extraordinary talent into the wee hours, as they do every single Monday night. (more...)
At Jim Caruso's Cast Party this past Monday, October 22nd, there was an autumnal cornucopia of talent, with impromptu performances by two original cast members of Sophisticated Ladies, Terri Klausner and Ty Stephens. Check out photos of them and more at the concert below! (more...)
Broadway leading man Robert Cuccioli has high standards, and they revealed themselves in his music on Monday night, when he joined the Broadway at Birdland concert series and celebrated his debut solo CD, "The Look Of Love." Below, check out photos of Cuccioli and more performing at the concert! (more...)
Today, July 30, the cast members of 'The X Factor' pose for photos during a media call in Sydney, Australia. The show is a music talent competition created by Simon Cowell. The judges for the 2010 season include Kyle Sandilands, Ronan Keating, Guy Sebastian and Natalie Imbruglia. This year's host will be Matthew Newton. BroadwayWorld brings coverage of the event below.
Sydney Theatre Company, Melbourne Theatre Company and Qantas by arrangement with Poor Boy Enterprises Pty Ltd and Llegup Pty Ltd present Poor Boy a play with songs by Matt Cameron and Tim Finn 6 July to 1 August 2009. Opens 9 July 2009 at 8pm at Sydney Theatre, 22 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay (more...)