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Rebecca E. Covington is thrilled to be making her Broadway debut with Motown the Musical! National & International Tours: Mamma Mia, Ain't Misbehavin', Thoroughly Modern Millie. Regional: Aida, Little Shop of Horrors, Smokey Joe's Café, Ragtime, Hair, and 42nd Street. Sending love to Mom, Dad and Virgil for their endless love and support!! Thanks to God, BG, CRW, Stewart Talent, and Telsey. This one is for my angels DTC & AMJ! Isaiah 40:31! @RoRoCov

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[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2013
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Review: HAMILTON Brings the Musical Revelation About the American Revolution Back to the San Diego Civic Theatre

It can seem a reasonable question to ask of a musical that was so explosively popular that it dominated music charts, history lessons, current-day politics, and social issues all at once - now that some time has passed, is it worth the hype?   Well, the touring production of  HAMILTON now playing at Broadway  San Diego through November  20th yes, the hype is real and it is worth being in the “room where it happens.”

Review: OC's Segerstrom Center Welcomes Back HAMILTON Musical to Costa Mesa

Now that the initial FOMO-induced, must-see hype of its early years has quieted down, is revisiting HAMILTON again in the room where it happens still live up to the hype in 2022? The answer, at least for myself, while witnessing the recent Opening Night performance in Costa Mesa is a very resounding YES.

Review: HAMILTON at The Paramount Theatre

The juggernaut, the glory, the hot ticket in town has returned. Yes, “Hamilton”, that multiple Tony Award winning phenomenon that’s still a big seller on Broadway has made its way back to Seattle and, good news, you have a bit over a month to catch it. Even better news, they’re doing the lottery for $10 tickets again. And possibly the best news, this production and its cast are fantastic!

BWW Review: HAMILTON at Morrison Center

Starting December eighth Boise audiences have the opportunity to be 'in the room where it happens' and see the AndPeggy tour of Hamilton. With book, music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, direction by Thomas Kail, choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler and musical supervision and orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire, HAMILTON is based on Ron Chernow's biography of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. The show is, as Miranda himself put it, 'America then, as told by America now. From duels between founding fathers to his personal affairs, this national tour gave Idaho audiences a chance to see it all.

Review Roundup: HAMILTON's 'And Peggy' Tour; What Are the Critics Saying?

The 'And Peggy' touring company of Hamilton officially reopened in San Francisco on August 10.

New Interactive Short Film LIKE AFTER DEATH to Stream This Week

Like After Death, a short film produced by Heredia Vision, a digital production company founded in quarantine by Ashley Rodbro (Moulin Rouge!; Oh, Hello), will begin streaming exclusively this week through All Together Now, an interactive virtual theatre space.

Lacy Allen, Emily Bautista, Rubén J Carbajal and More Star in Interactive Short Film LIKE AFTER DEATH

Heredia Vision, a digital production company founded in quarantine by Ashley Rodbro (Moulin Rouge!; Oh, Hello), has announced Like After Death, a dynamic short film set to debut exclusively in December through All Together Now, an interactive virtual theatre space.

CAREFULLY TAUGHT, A Celebration Of Golden Age Musical Theatre, Will Benefit The Facing History School

On September 30, 2020 at 8 pm EDT, the stars of Broadway, TV, film, dance, and opera unite for a night of celebration of the Golden Age of Musical Theatre to raise money for The Facing History School.

BWW Review: CROWNS at New Haven's Long Wharf Theatre

Does anyone still wear a hat? sang Elaine Stritch in Company. The answer is a definite yes in Regina Taylor's Crowns, the final production of Long Wharf Theatre's 2017-2018 regular season.

Photo Flash: Mccarter Presents The 15th Anniversary Production Of Regina Taylor's CROWNS

Fifteen years after its world premiere at McCarter Theatre Center, Crowns is returning. When Yolanda's brother is killed on the streets of Chicago, the shaken teenager is sent to live with her grandmother in South Carolina, where she embarks on a journey toward discovering her place in the world, and in her family. Produced in association with Long Wharf Theatre, Crowns runs March 13 - April 1 in McCarter's Matthews Theatre.

Hip Hop And Gospel Unite As McCarter Presents Regina Taylor's CROWNS

Fifteen years after its world premiere at McCarter Theatre Center, Crowns is returning. When Yolanda's brother is killed on the streets of Chicago, the shaken teenager is sent to live with her grandmother in South Carolina, where she embarks on a journey toward discovering her place in the world, and in her family. Produced in association with Long Wharf Theatre, Crowns runs March 13 - April 1 in McCarter's Matthews Theatre.

New Leads Make BEAUTIFUL Debut at Bass Performance Hall

Performing Arts Fort Worth proudly welcomes the national tour of the Tony- and Grammy-winning musical Beautiful - The Carole King Musical to Bass Performance Hall September 12-17, 2017. Tickets are $50-$148.50 and are on sale NOW.

Broadway Performers Lend Their Talents to International Thespian Festival

Broadway performers Rebecca E. Covington, Arbender Robinson, and Kristen Beth Williams will join 28 students, representing 13 states and Canada, for the opening performance of the 2017 International Thespian Festival (ITF) being held June 19-24 in Lincoln, Nebraska.

BWW Interview: Salisha Thomas of BEAUTIFUL - THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL at The Bushnell

When BEAUTIFUL - THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL opens on January 17 at Hartford's Bushnell Theatre, audiences will discover that though they may think they know the songs of Carole King, there is such a rich story behind those familiar lyrics and catchy melodies. BEAUTIFUL tells the true story of King's rise to stardom and illustrates how she made more than beautiful music, she wrote the soundtrack to a generation. Taking the stage in BEAUTIFUL playing Shirley, the lead singer of the Shirelles is Salisha Thomas who I had the pleasure of speaking with and learning about her experience with this remarkable show about a remarkable woman.

BWW Review: BEAUTIFUL: THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL at Wharton Center ends Jan 15

I felt the earth move under my feet when the audience of over 1000 people jumped to their feet to give the cast of BEAUTIFUL: THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL a standing ovation, accompanied by thunderous applause. The Wharton Center showing was absolutely fabulous! Sunday night is the final performance of this amazing show.

BWW Review: BEAUTIFUL at the Paramount Lives Up to Its Name

The major problem I have seen with jukebox musicals is they may have the music to entertain with a nostalgic value but not the book. Then there's the pitfall of the music itself being so focused on one artist that, unless you're a die-hard fan, you can get bored ('Jersey Boys' falls into both traps for me). But sometimes there are shows like 'Beautiful: The Carole King Musical' currently performing at the Paramount Theatre that manage to hurtle both obstacles with seeming ease. Yes, the songs are all there but as we're looking at the career of a songwriter as well as performer we get a very diverse sound. Plus the book goes well beyond 'and then I did this song, and then I did that song' with a thoroughly engaging story making this one of those rare jukebox musicals that works on every level.

BWW Review: Aptly Titled BEAUTIFUL - The Carole King Musical Charms OC

Even without eye-popping special effects, a gimmicky storyline, or those oft-used literary or cinematic source materials, some stage musicals just manage to entertain by sheer likability alone. A big warm hug of a show that's brimming with lots of surprisingly snappy wit and, arguably, some of the previous century's most melodious pop hits, BEAUTIFUL---the Broadway stage musical based on the life of treasured Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Carole King---is a show that certainly lives up to its title. This charming, swiftly-paced bio-musical's first national tour continues performances at Orange County's Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa through October 16.

Julia Knitel Stars in BEAUTIFUL on Tour Starting Tonight in San Francisco

The National Tour of the Tony and Grammy Award-winning hit musical BEAUTIFUL - THE Carole King MUSICAL welcomes Julia Knitel (Carole King) and Erika Olson (Cynthia Weil) beginning tonight, September 13 in San Francisco, CA.

BEAUTIFUL: THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL Welcomes Julia Knitel & Erika Olson to the National Touring Company

Producers Paul Blake and Sony/ATV Music Publishing are pleased to announce that the National Tour of this Broadway sensation will star Julia Knitel (Carole King) and Erika Olson (Cynthia Weil), who will be joining a company featuring Liam Tobin (Gerry Goffin) and Ben Fankhauser (Barry Mann), with Curt Bouril (Don Kirshner) and Suzanne Grodner (Genie Klein). For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit TheSmithCenter.com.

Broadway Understudy Julia Knitel to Lead BEAUTIFUL on Tour Starting in San Francisco

Producers Paul Blake and Sony/ATV Music Publishing have announced the National Tour of the Tony and Grammy Award-winning hit musical BEAUTIFUL - THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL will welcome Julia Knitel (Carole King) and Erika Olson (Cynthia Weil) beginning September 13 in San Francisco, CA.

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