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    42nd Street Moon Ends Run of VERY WARM FOR MAY, 5/23
    May 24, 2010
    42nd Street Moon's final production of the season, Very Warm for May, is the company's first show in the Jerome Kern Celebration and spotlights Kern's final Broadway score and will end its run at the Eureka Theatre on May 24.
    42nd Street Moon Presents VERY WARM FOR MAY, Opens 5/8
    May 8, 2010
    42nd Street Moon's final production of the season, Very Warm for May, is the company's first show in the Jerome Kern Celebration and spotlights Kern's final Broadway score. The show previews on May 5, 6 and 7, opens on Saturday May 8 and runs through May 24 at the Eureka Theatre.
    42nd Street Moon Presents VERY WARM FOR MAY, Previews 5/5
    May 5, 2010
    42nd Street Moon's final production of the season, Very Warm for May, is the company's first show in the Jerome Kern Celebration and spotlights Kern's final Broadway score. The show previews on May 5, 6 and 7, opens on Saturday May 8 and runs through May 24 at the Eureka Theatre.
    Donna Lynn Champlin to Promote New Album at Lincoln Center B&N, 4/28
    Apr 28, 2010
    Donna Lynne Champlin is set to appear for a CD signing/concert at the Lincoln Center BARNES AND NOBLE on Wednesday April 28th, at 6pm, rescheduled from a previous engagement that was cancelled due to inclimate weather. Champlin will promote her upcoming CD entitled 'Old Friends.'
    42nd Street Moon Presents VERY WARM FOR MAY, Previews 5/5
    Apr 7, 2010
    42nd Street Moon's final production of the season, Very Warm for May, is the company's first show in the Jerome Kern Celebration and spotlights Kern's final Broadway score. The show previews on May 5, 6 and 7, opens on Saturday May 8 and runs through May 24 at the Eureka Theatre.
    GPR Records to sponsor Haiku Twitter Contest In Celebration of POETIC LICENSE
    Apr 7, 2010
    GPR Records, the new CD label specializing in Broadway, classical, spoken word and children's music, is sponsoring a poetry contest that will take place on Twitter, called TwItsPoetic, to celebrate National Poetry Month and the release of their first CD Poetic License: 100 Poems by 100 Performers.
    STAGE TUBE: Poetic License - Jason Alexander
    Mar 28, 2010
    GPR Records' first release will be 'Poetic License' featuring 100 poems read by 100 performers of the stage and screen. The CD will be released on April 2nd in celebration of National Poetry Month and will be available on Amazon.com and on itunes. There has never been a spoken word recording that has included so many performers reading such a wide variety of poetry, each selection a personal choice of the performer. GPR Records is presenting this collection in hopes of inspiring audiences with a new appreciation of the spoken word.
    STAGE TUBE: Poetic License - Kate Mulgrew
    Mar 28, 2010
    GPR Records' first release will be 'Poetic License' featuring 100 poems read by 100 performers of the stage and screen. The CD will be released on April 2nd in celebration of National Poetry Month and will be available on Amazon.com and on itunes. There has never been a spoken word recording that has included so many performers reading such a wide variety of poetry, each selection a personal choice of the performer. GPR Records is presenting this collection in hopes of inspiring audiences with a new appreciation of the spoken word.
    STAGE TUBE: Poetic License - Greg Jbara
    Mar 22, 2010
    GPR Records' first release will be 'Poetic License' featuring 100 poems read by 100 performers of the stage and screen. The CD will be released on April 2nd in celebration of National Poetry Month and will be available on Amazon.com and on itunes. There has never been a spoken word recording that has included so many performers reading such a wide variety of poetry, each selection a personal choice of the performer. GPR Records is presenting this collection in hopes of inspiring audiences with a new appreciation of the spoken word.
    Beck, Champlin, Hickok Set for THE CHERRY SISTERS REVISITED at Humana Festival
    Mar 18, 2010
    Casting has been completed for the upcoming performance of THE CHERRY SISTERS REVISITED, which will play as a part of the Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville. The production will feature music by Michael Friedman, commissioned by the theatre.
    Beck, Champlin, Hickok Set for THE CHERRY SISTERS REVISITED at Humana Festival
    Mar 15, 2010
    Casting has been completed for the upcoming performance of THE CHERRY SISTERS REVISITED, which will play as a part of the Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville. The production will feature music by Michael Friedman, commissioned by the theatre.
    LuPone, Zeta-Jones, Henderson et al. Featured on Starry 'Poetic License' CD
    Mar 2, 2010
    Glen Roven, Peter Fitzgerald, and Richard Cohen are pleased to announce the formation of a new CD label, GPR Records, (www.GPRRecords.com) which will record and distribute Broadway, classical, spoken word, and children's music. GPR aims to surprise listeners with recordings that are both unusual and entertaining
    Donna Lynn Champlin to Promote New Album at Lincoln Center B&N, 4/28
    Mar 1, 2010
    Donna Lynne Champlin is set to appear for a CD signing/concert at the Lincoln Center BARNES AND NOBLE on Wednesday April 28th, at 6pm, rescheduled from a previous engagement that was cancelled due to inclimate weather. Champlin will promote her upcoming CD entitled 'Old Friends.'
    NYMF Next Link Grand Jury to Include Champlin, Wittman, Meehan, and More
    Feb 26, 2010
    The Grand Jury for 2010 Next Link from the New York Musical Theatre Festival will include Donna Lynne Champlin, Ken Davenport, Kimberly Grigsby, Beverley MacKeen, Tom Meehan, Jack Viertel, and Scott Wittman. Next Link is presented annually as a part of the NYMF.
    SOUND OFF: Champion Champlin, Loser for Lloyd Young
    Feb 18, 2010
    This week we are taking a look at two thrifty releases that come from very different places, from two very different performers with wildly divergent intended goals for their work. A definite case of a hit and a miss, if there ever were any. Up first is the strong debut from the first-ever female Pirelli in SWEENEY TODD...
    Laurie Beechman Theatre Announces Lineup for January: Joan Rivers, Judy Gold, Carey Anderson & More
    Dec 20, 2009
    The Laurie Beechman Theatre, located within The West Bank Café, is pleased to announce upcoming performances in January, including performances by Carey Anderson, Donna Lynne Champlin, Michele Dowdy, Joan Treacy Egan, Karen Finely, Judy Gold, Steven Lutvak, Liz McCartney, Laura Osnes & Joan Rivers.
    BWW Exclusive: Starry Holiday Traditions with Vanessa Williams, James Barbour and More
    Dec 17, 2009
    Happy Holidays to all the wonderful readers at BroadwayWorld.com! No doubt this has been quite the year for everyone, including me. With so many changes in our lives due to social and economic issues all over the world, this is a time of year when we have to look inside ourselves and find the simple things in life that we have to be thankful for and celebrate the joy of the season. Family and friends gathering and sharing some very special time with each other, reminiscing of times past and creating new ones.
    Photo Coverage: Project Shaw's 44th Presentation - WHY WE SHOULD NOT
    Dec 16, 2009
    Gingold Theatrical Group made history as the first company to present every play (including full-length works, one-acts and sketches) written by George Bernard Shaw with its 44th PROJECT SHAW presentation, WHY SHE WOULD NOT -- the author's final and unfinished play -- on Monday, December 14 at 7pm at The Players Club (16 Gramercy Park South) in Manhattan. David Staller, who has produced and directed all of the Project Shaw readings during its initial four-year series, directed the evening.
    Mara Davi, Sean Dugan, Donna Lynne Champlin Star In Shaw's WHY SHE WOULD NOT 12/14
    Dec 14, 2009
    Gingold Theatrical Group makes history as the first company to present every play (including full-length works, one-acts and sketches) written by George Bernard Shaw with its 44th PROJECT SHAW presentation, WHY SHE WOULD NOT -- the author's final and unfinished play -- on Monday, December 14 at 7pm at The Players Club (16 Gramercy Park South) in Manhattan. David Staller, who has produced and directed all of the Project Shaw readings during its initial four-year series, is set to direct.
    Donna Lynne Champlin Announces Track Listing For Debut Solo Album OLD FRIENDS, Released 12/1
    Dec 1, 2009
    Broadway veteran Donna Lynne Champlin (Sweeney Todd, Billy Elliot: The Musical, By Jeeves) has announced the track listing for her debut solo album, 'Old Friends,' due December 1, 2009 from Parting Glass Productions.

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