BWW TV: Broadway Beat - Pirate Queen, McDonald and Freshness
This week on Broadway Beat get up close and personal with the cast and crew of The Pirate Queen starring Stephanie J. Block with tons of clips and inteviews. Also on this episode is Daniel McDonald and "Sealed For Freshness". Click now to watch!
The new Boublil and Schonberg musical The Pirate Queen, starring Stephanie J. Block as the swashbuckling title character, will begin previews at the Hilton Theatre on Broadway beginning March 6, 2007 for an opening night on April 5th. The cast recently took part in a press and performance preview.The Pirate Queen combines classic storytelling with a sweeping score and joyous dancing to celebrate the real-life story of legendary Irish Chieftain Grace O'Malley: a compelling, inspiring heroine who led an extraordinary life as a pirate, chieftain, lover and mother in 16th Century Ireland. To protect her people and save her one true love, O'Malley must confront the one woman more powerful than her her fierce rival, Queen Elizabeth I of England. Broadway Beat, the popular weekly television program for and about the theatre world, right here on the web site. Broadway Beat is the premier, award-winning half hour television program covering theatre, music and performers. Each week, the show's popular and knowledgeable host, Richard Ridge, takes you behind-the-scenes for a look at the very best of New York Theatre on Broadway, and beyond. The show always features beautiful footage shot by video veteran Bradshaw Smith. Now, in its 16th year, Broadway Beat takes you from the rehearsal studios to opening nights, including in-depth interviews with Tony Award winning stars and directors. Broadway Beat is your front row seat to all the music, all the magic, and all of the magnificent drama that is Broadway. BroadwayWorld.com has the most comprehensive video coverage of broadway on the web and is pleased to present via "state of the art" streaming video: show highlights, interviews, special programming, behind-the-scenes and makings of, Broadway Beat and That's Kentertainment. So sit back, relax and see why BIGGER is indeed better!
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