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Saul Chaplin

Date of Death: November 15, 1997 (85)

Birth Place: Brooklyn, NY, USA

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Review: BROADWAY BOUND - PART SIX Is a Treasurer-Hunter's Dream

Just because the show never got to Broadway doesn't mean it didn't have good songs. Proof of this is in the hearing. And they get a fair hearing at 54 Below with the BROADWAY BOUND series. Even if a project might crash and burn, there can be things worth salvaging from the ashes. Read about 'em in our write-ups on 'Broadway Bound' --- a dream, a live show series, a podcast, a pleasure.

A PARTY WITH BETTY COMDEN AND ADOLPH GREEN Starring Mallory Portnoy and Nick Blaemire to Play Cafe Carlyle

A Party with Betty Comden and Adolph Green starring Mallory Portnoy and Nick Blaemire will play its first exclusive New York engagement at the Café Carlyle. Learn how to purchase tickets!

Review: LITTLE BY LITTLE, CUT TOO SHORT, & BROADWAY BOUND Bring Some Pleasures To 54 Below

These three evenings at 54 Below celebrated what some might cavalierly dismiss as missable musical theatre “also-rans,” but they’d be missing out

SUMMER STOCK World Premiere, New Musical THE 12 & More Announced for Goodspeed Musicals 2023 Season

Goodspeed Musicals has announced its 2023 season at the Goodspeed Opera House. It will be an exciting and memorable season with stories that range from Vaudeville to Motown, from powerful to playful and everything in between, featuring the world premiere of Summer Stock, based on the Judy Garland – Gene Kelly film, and more.

Review: EYAL VILNER BIG BAND - THE JAM! ALBUM RELEASE EVENT at Birdland by Guest Reviewer Andrew Poretz

Theater Pizzazz reviewer and jazz devotee Andrew Poretz joins Broadway World Cabaret for the night, as he covers the album release party for JAM!, the new CD from the Eyal Vilner Big Band.

Review: TONY DANZA STANDARDS & STORIES at The Café Carlyle by Guest Reviewer Andrew Poretz

TONY DANZA STANDARDS & STORIES has guest reviewer Andrew Poretz praising his program.

PHANTOM OF THE OPERA AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL & More Headline BroadwayHD February Lineup

BroadwayHD is bringing a diverse roster of programming to their site this month.  Starting February 1, movie musical classics Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, which was nominated for five Academy Awards® including 'Best Picture,” and Man of La Mancha starring Peter O’Toole and Sophia Loren, will join the service. 

BWW Feature: 10 SPETTACOLI DA VEDERE NEL 2022 sulle scene romane

10 SPETTACOLI DA VEDERE NEL 2022 In un periodo così difficile per il teatro si alternano riprese e audaci nuove produzioni. Abbiamo selezionato 10 spettacoli 'to look forward to'.

Santa Barbara Symphony Presents AN AMERICAN IN PARIS, Live-to-Film Extravaganza

a??a??a??a??a??a??a??The Santa Barbara Symphony presents a musical love letter to the City of Lights featuring a screening of Academy Award-winning film An American in Paris with live accompaniment from the Santa Barbara Symphony under the baton of guest conductor Constantine Kitsopoulos, on March 21 and 22 at the Granada Theatre. This engaging and light-hearted Hollywood classic stars Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron as they dance their way through post-war Paris to the tunes of George Gershwin. 

SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS Dances Onto Hale Centre Theatre Stage

The Hale Centre Theatre in Gilbert is transformed into the Old West when Seven Brides for Seven Brothers dances onto the family-friendly stage Oct. 13 through Nov. 26. The laugh-filled musical comedy revolves around an 1850-era Oregon Territory town where one of seven brothers, Adam, ventures from the backwoods into town to find a wife. He meets Milly and the couple quickly marry. They hasten back to Adam's mountain ranch, where Milly is shocked to find Adam's six slovenly brothers living in the ranch house. Milly attempts to change their ways, teaching them order, manners, singing and dancing.

BWW Review: Like a 'Boss,' Tony Danza Celebrates His Return from Los Angeles to New York in 'Standards & Stories' at Feinstein's/54 Below

Occasionally in cabaret, one encounters a performer with 'star power.' Other times, one sees a legitimate star in a cabaret setting---say, Patti LuPone or Ben Vereen---and knows instantly why the person is a star. But in his Feinstein's/54 Below solo debut show, Tony Danza: Standards & Stories, Tony Danza reminds audiences what it means to be a star, onstage as well as off.

BWW Review: The Mabel Mercer Foundation's 26th Annual Cabaret Convention Comes Home to Town Hall, Night Two, October 14

On the second night of this year's 26th Annual Cabaret Convention, Jeff Harnar and Andrea Marcovicci hosted A Sentimental Journey: World War II Songs, inspired by Marcovicci's memorable Oak Room at The Algonquin show, I'll Be Seeing You--Love Songs of World War II. (The CD is highly recommended.) As always with this pair's Convention contribution, the show was a treat in part because of its singular glamour. Much of our audience was exceptionally familiar with and nostalgic about these songs. A few had to be politely quieted for singing along, more than a few took each other's hands. It seems I've heard that song before . . . the co-hosts begin, warming the room.

BWW Reviews: CAROLE J. BUFFORD Takes the Helm as Hostess of Birdland's Jazz Party With Hoopla, Heat & Heart

On July 5, Carole J. Bufford erupted onto the stage at Birdland for her first Sunday evening as hostess of the club's weekly Jazz Party (which had been helmed most recently by Natalie Douglas and Jane Monheit). The formidable vocalist, glamorous in clingy red, was aided and abetted by a top-notch (also well dressed—Bravo!) quartet featuring Joel Frahm on sax, Ray Marchia on drums, Tom Hubbard on bass, and Musical Director Ian Herman on piano. Special guests for Bufford's inaugural session were Janelle Velasquez and Lianne Marie Dobbs. With Bufford's audacious performance, smart choices, and attention to detail, Sundays promise to be a great deal more fun in midtown Manhattan.

Von Trapp Family Actors Recall SOUND OF MUSIC Recording Sessions

On March 2nd 1965, RCA released the soundtrack to 20th Century Fox's THE SOUND OF MUSIC, which made its debut on the Billboard album chart just eighteen days later, eventually reaching the No. 1 spot on Nov. 13, 1965.

Cole Porter's KISS ME KATE Leads Blu-ray Musical Collection, Out 3/3

Kiss Me Kate -- Cole Porter's 1953 hit musical filmed with the most advanced 3D technology during the medium's "golden era" - will be released March 3 in a new restored Blu-ray edition by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.

MUSIC MAN Among Reel 13's Classic Movie Musicals This October

Viewers may find themselves singing in the shower, and pirouetting around the house all month as Reel 13 presents a classic song-and-dance film each week in October.

Stanton Davis and the New Orleans Sound, New Jersey Ballet and More Come to Centenary Stage for 2014-15 Season

The Centenary Stage Company (CSC) is once again bringing in a variety of concerts and special events to round out their theatre season at The Lackland Center in Hackettstown. With the annual January Jazz Fest and Dance Fest celebrations, audiences can also expect an array of children's entertainment and unique musical experiences. For affordable entertainment all year long in Northwest New Jersey, CSC is the place to be.


The rapport between the two Callaway sisters, as expected being siblings, added so much to this performance,


How many shows has Saul Chaplin written?

Saul Chaplin has written 3 shows including Cotton Club Parade (Composer/Lyricist), Bonanza Bound (Composer), A Party with Betty Comden & Adolph Green (Composer).

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