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by BWW Special Coverage - Feb 7, 2014
Whether you've been living under a rock for the past week or you're just in the mood for a recap, BroadwayWorld's 'This Week in Pictures' is here to satisfy your end-of-the-week fix. Take a look below to catch up on the latest happenings from the Great White Way to The West End (and everywhere in between) with coverage of press events, rehearsals, opening nights and more. Highlights this week include a look at the cast of HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, Carly Rae Jepsen and Fran Drescher's debut performance of CINDERELLA, intermission and superbowl pictures from casts across Broadway, and more! (more...)
by BWW News Desk - Feb 5, 2014
TonyŽ Award nominee Annaleigh Ashford just brought her one woman show, Lost in the Stars, to 54 Below, and will soon return for an encore performance (February 15 at 11pm). From the haunting melodies of Kurt Weill and Stephen Sondheim, to the heyday of disco melodies, Ashford's Lost in the Stars pays tribute to the rich history of Studio 54. With story and song, this classic evening of cabaret has a touch of fun with a whole lot of heart. Tickets for Annaleigh Ashford - Lost in the Stars at 54 Below range from $25-$45, and are on sale now at www.54below.com. (more...)
by Walter McBride - Mar 30, 2013
Roger O. Hirson and Stephen Schwartz's Pippin, directed by Diane Paulus, is currently in preview performances on Broadway and will officially open Thursday, April 25, 2013 at the Music Box Theatre. Check out photos of the Pippin's 'Leading Player', Patina Miller, in the BroadwayWorld.com series 'In The Spotlight' by acclaimed photographer Walter McBride below! (more...)
by BWW News Desk - Dec 4, 2012
Prepare to experience The Nutcracker like never seen before as Flat Rock Playhouse, in partnership with Pardee Hospital and Pardee Hospital Foundation, presents the world premiere of The Nutcracker, adapted by Chase Brock from E. T. A. Hoffman's story The Nutcracker and The Mouse King onstage now through December 22 at Playhouse Mainstage. This new interpretation of the holiday all-dance classic is choreographed by Playhouse YouTheatre alum Chase Brock, choreographer of the Broadway hit, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the production in the photos below! (more...)
by BWW News Desk - Jul 9, 2012
The Glimmerglass Festival kicked off its 2012 season on July 7 with a new production of Verdi's Aida directed by Glimmerglass Artistic & General Director, Francesca Zambello. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the production photos below. (more...)
by BWW News Desk - Apr 23, 2012
The Simon Wiesenthal Center's Museum of Tolerance, played host, on Sunday, April 22nd, to an evening of theatre, music and celebrity readings, that raised thousands in emergency funds to be sent to remaining Holocaust Survivors. An evening written by TV comedy director, Zane Buzby, and produced by Conan Berkley, Zane Buzby and Frances Fisher, used true stories of Holocaust Survivors, in the own words, that were read by such noted artists as Ed Asner, Frances Fisher, Elliott Gould, Valerie Harper, Lainie Kazan, Randal Keith, Arnold McCuller, Alan Rosenberg and Brenda Russell. Additional readings were given by Rabbi Moshe J. Kushman and Consul General of Israel, David Siegel. See photos from the event below! (more...)
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Nov 16, 2011
Broadway Unplugged returned for its 8th season in a row with yet another all-star line-up on Monday, November 14. Musical theater history was revisited when these great Broadway singers performed songs from the Great White Way the way they were originally heard -- un-miked! (more...)
by Stephen Sorokoff - Jul 27, 2011
On Tuesday, July 26th, Sardi's was the setting for a most unusual benefit for The American Songbook Project, which is quickly gaining a reputation for the most creative benefits in town. Last night was no exception. Guests heard Tyler DeAngelo, author of 'Learn Just Enough to Get Laid,' read excerpts from his book, and each excerpt was followed by a song from the American Songbook which was related to that subject. For example, astronomy, cooking, magic, and construction were represented by 'Lost in the Stars,' 'I Can Cook Too,' 'Witchcraft,' and 'I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise.' These were performed by some of Broadway and cabaret's most illustrious men and, in honor of New York's recent Equal Marriage Bill, one spot was reserved for a woman. Singers included: Peter Gallagher, Jeremiah James, Christian Campbell, Robert Petkoff, Sean Harkness, John Malino, and Ms. Lea DeLaria. Lance Horne musical directed. (more...)
by BWW Photo Special - Jan 26, 2011
Lost in the Stars, the second Encores! production of the New York City Center season, running February 3 - 6, will feature Chuck Cooper, Daniel Breaker, Patina Miller, Sharon Washington, Daniel Gerroll, John Douglas Thompson and Sherry Boone. Lost in the Stars has music by Kurt Weill and book and lyrics by Maxwell Anderson. It will be directed by Gary Griffin and choreographed by Chase Brock, with music direction by Rob Berman. (more...)
by BWW News Desk - Sep 2, 2010
The New York City Center has announced that they will feature BELLS ARE RINGING, Lost in the Stars and WHERE'S CHARLEY in their 2010-2011 Encores! Season. Today, SpotCo NYC has revealed the artwork for the upcoming productions and BroadwayWorld brings you a first look below! (more...)
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