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Jena Tesse Fox Jena Tesse Fox is a lifelong theatre addict who has worked as an actress, a singer, a playwright, a director, a lyricist, a librettist, and a stage manager. While a student at Wells College, she also wrote for and edited the student newspaper, reviewing books, movies, and local theatre. By the time she graduated, Tesse knew that she was destined to be a theatre journalist, and so she is very excited to join the team of BroadwayWorld.com.


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BWW Recaps: Broadway by the Year - 1997
June 28, 2011

The 11th season of Broadway by the Year came to an end with this retrospective of the 1997 season.

BWW Recaps: Broadway by the Year - 1982
May 26, 2011

A plus side of the concert series edging ever closer to the present is the inclusion of songs sung by their originators.

BWW Recaps: Town Hall 90th Birthday Celebration
May 12, 2011

The Town Hall turns 90 this year, and Scott Siegel brought some of his regular stars together to celebrate.

BWW Interviews: Anika Noni Rose Talks COMPANY
April 8, 2011

The Tony winning star, who is playing Marta in this weekend's concert at Avery Fisher Hall, talks about creating an iconic musical theater role from scratch.

BWW Reviews: THE WHIPPING MAN - Why Is This Night Different?
March 29, 2011

Matthew Lopez's gripping new play is running at Manhattan Theater Club.

Still Daisy Eagan After All These Years
March 27, 2011

The youngest female ever to win a Tony award, now all grown up, talks about her new one-woman show at the Laurie Beechman Theater.

BWW Interviews: Nathan Gunn & Kelli O'Hara: I'm a Little Bit Broadway, I'm a Little Bit Opera
March 17, 2011

Next Monday, Kelli O'Hara and Nathan Gunn will perform a concert of Classic Broadway at Avery Fisher Hall.

BWW Recaps: Broadway by the Year: 1921
February 25, 2011

If 1921 was not a memorable year in terms of shows on Broadway, it certainly had plenty of memorable songs...

2011 Nightlife Awards Report
February 13, 2011

Last week's concert moved faster than previous years' had, but also felt calmer and gentler, with plenty of ballads and crooned jazz standards.

Cooper, Breaker & Boone - Three Stars Get 'Lost'
February 5, 2011

Chuck Cooper, Sherry Boone and Daniel Breaker talk about 'Lost in the Stars' at Encores!

BWW Interviews: Brian Stokes Mitchell Talks Pops, 'JAM,' RAGTIME and More!
December 10, 2010

Brian Stokes Mitchell talks about this weekend's holiday concert at Carnegie Hall, Women on the Verge and the role he wants to play again.

Judy Kaye Rings Some Bells
November 21, 2010

The Tony-winner, currently in Bells Are Ringing at City Center, talks about Comden and Green and the importance of real orchestras.

BWW Reviews: Broadway Melody Makers
October 28, 2010

The Broadway Cabaret Festival at Town Hall kicked off with a concert of hit songs that started on Broadway.

BWW Reviews: If It Only Even Runs a Minute 4
October 18, 2010

Fans of forgotten musicals should be flocking to this freshman concert series, which celebrates Broadway's hidden treasures.

BWW Interviews: Bryan Batt on a Hot Tin Roof
September 29, 2010

Bryan Batt will make his Feinstein's at Lowes Regency debut next week.

Natascia Diaz Talks Return to The Capeman
August 16, 2010

As The Capeman returns to New York, actress Natascia Diaz is also returning to star in a show she's loved for 12 years.

BWW Recap: All Singin,' All Dancin' at Town Hall
August 3, 2010

The Summer Broadway Cabaret event at Town Hall drew to a close on Monday with another celebration of the power of pure song and dance.

BWW Interviews: Bill Schermerhorn & Liz Callaway - Free to Dream
August 2, 2010

Liz Callaway and Bill Schermerhorn talk about their upcoming concert, young artists and the future of music and musical theater.

BWW Recap: 'Broadway Winners' with Baldwin, Kudisch, Gemignani and More!
July 20, 2010

With a title like Broadway Winners, and the simple concept of presenting songs from award-winning musicals (or songs that have won Grammys or Oscars in their own right), it's a fairly safe bet that a concert is going to be pretty damn great. And so it was at Town Hall on Monday, when Scott Siegel's Summer Cabaret Festival kicked off with the latest edition of the concert series. Directed by Alexander Gemignani and with musical direction by David Hahn, the concert focused on musical triumphs, and that sense of accomplishment carried across the evening as each song's pedigree was announced.

BWW Interviews: Melissa Driscol: Uncensored, Unedited and Uncut
July 14, 2010

Fans of piano bars and downtown cabarets have known Melissa Driscol for years as the perky and sweet songstress who cheerfully blends the sex-kittenish charm of Brigitte Bardot with the burlesque wit of Mae West. After a cabaret/one-woman-musical last year that narrated her dating life from adolescence to the present, she recreated the show to include some hot chorus boys and other performers, adding scenes and sketches as well as some original songs to round out the narrative. The final product, called Uncut, has been playing at the Stonewall Inn and other venues in the Village, and ends its current incarnation at the Triad tonight.



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