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PS Classics to Debut World Premiere Recording of Vernon Duke Musical MISIA This Spring; Marin Mazzie and More Lend Vocals
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2015

According to a listing on their website, PS Classics is set to release the world premiere 2015 Studio Cast Recording MISIA, showcasing the tunes of Vernon Duke, on May 5, 2015.

Photo Flash: First Look at Two Operatic Musicals at TNC - RAPPACCINI'S DAUGHTER and OUT THE WINDOW
by BWW News Desk - Sep 11, 2014

Theater for the New City, Crystal Field, Executive Director, and The After Dinner Opera Company present "The Power of Love", two new american operatic musicals adapted from classic works: Seymour Barab's operatic parody 'Out The Window', based on Georges Feydeau's Farce "Par La Fenetre", and 'Rappaccini's Daughter', a musical tale with music by Michael Cohen and libretto by Linsey Abrams, based on Nathanial Hawthorne's Gothic Short Story. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!

TNC Stages OUT THE WINDOW and RAPPACCINI'S DAUGHTER, Beginning Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Sep 11, 2014

Theater for the New City, Crystal Field, Executive Director, and The After Dinner Opera Company present two new American operatic musical adaptations from classical works, Seymour Barab's operatic parody Out the Window based upon Georges Feydeux's farce 'Par La Fenetre;' and Rappaccini's Daughter, based on Nathaniel Hawthorne's gothic short story, with libretto by Linsey Abrams and music by Michael Cohen. Lissa Moira directs. Performances will be staged at the Cino Theatre at Theater for the New City, 155 First Avenue (bet. 9th and 10th Streets), New York, NY 10003 from tonight, September 11-28, 2014.

TNC to Stage OUT THE WINDOW and RAPPACCINI'S DAUGHTER This Fall
by BWW News Desk - Aug 14, 2014

Theater for the New City, Crystal Field, Executive Director, and The After Dinner Opera Company present two new American operatic musical adaptations from classical works, Seymour Barab's operatic parody Out the Window based upon Georges Feydeux's farce 'Par La Fenetre;' and Rappaccini's Daughter, based on Nathaniel Hawthorne's gothic short story, with libretto by Linsey Abrams and music by Michael Cohen. Lissa Moira directs.

Bronx Opera Presents Rossini's LA GAZZA LADRA, 1/12-20
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2013

The Bronx Opera asks who stole the silver spoon in its season 46 opener, ROSSINI'S LA GAZZA LADRA (The Thieving Magpie). Sung entirely in English with a full chorus and orchestra, BxO's tradition of supplying the borough with lavish musical fare as well as intimate engrossing concerts and educational programming has endured thanks to the Spierman family since 1967.

Bronx Opera Presents Rossini's LA GAZZA LADRA, Now thru 1/20
by BWW News Desk - Jan 12, 2013

The Bronx Opera asks who stole the silver spoon in its season 46 opener, ROSSINI'S LA GAZZA LADRA (The Thieving Magpie). Sung entirely in English with a full chorus and orchestra, BxO's tradition of supplying the borough with lavish musical fare as well as intimate engrossing concerts and educational programming has endured thanks to the Spierman family since 1967.

Bronx Opera Presents Rossini's LA GAZZA LADRA, 1/12-20
by BWW News Desk - Dec 3, 2012

The Bronx Opera asks who stole the silver spoon in its season 46 opener, ROSSINI'S LA GAZZA LADRA (The Thieving Magpie). Sung entirely in English with a full chorus and orchestra, BxO's tradition of supplying the borough with lavish musical fare as well as intimate engrossing concerts and educational programming has endured thanks to the Spierman family since 1967.

PINS & NEEDLES Plays Theatre80 For Howl! 10/14, 10/15
by Gabrielle Sierra - Oct 14, 2011

Downtown Music Productions and HOWL! Arts Project present the 1937 Topical Musical Revue PINS AND NEEDLES.

Photo Flash: Pins and Needles In Rehearsal At HOWL
by Gabrielle Sierra - Oct 11, 2011

As part of HOWL! ARTS PROJECT 2011, Mimi Stern-Wolfe's Downtown Music Productions and HOWL! Arts Project present Harold Rome's topical revue 'Pins and Needles' for two performances only -- on Friday, October 14 and Saturday, October 15 at 8:00pm -- at Theater 80 (80 St. Marks Place) in Manhattan.

Marc Blitstein's THE CRADLE WILL ROCK Plays The Howl Festival Thru 9/24
by Gabrielle Sierra - Sep 27, 2010

Marc Blitzstein's THE CRADLE WILL ROCK on the Howl Festival Monday-Thursday, thru September 24 at 8 PM 45 Bleecker Street Theater, 45 Bleecker Street

HOWL! Arts Project Begins Month-long Series at Theatre 80 9/10-12
by BWW News Desk - Sep 12, 2010

HOWL! Arts Project and The Actors Fund present HOWL! ARTS PROJECT 2010, a month-long series of theater, performance art, music, poetry, film, entertainment for and by kids, and much more at Theatre 80 (80 St. Marks Place). Proceeds benefit HOWL! HELP, an emergency services assistance and health fund for eligible and qualifying East Village artists, administered by The Actors Fund.

HOWL! Arts Project Begins Month-long Series at Theatre 80 9/10-12
by BWW News Desk - Sep 9, 2010

HOWL! Arts Project and The Actors Fund present HOWL! ARTS PROJECT 2010, a month-long series of theater, performance art, music, poetry, film, entertainment for and by kids, and much more at Theatre 80 (80 St. Marks Place). Proceeds benefit HOWL! HELP, an emergency services assistance and health fund for eligible and qualifying East Village artists, administered by The Actors Fund.

Howl! Arts Project Holds Labor Day Performances
by Nicole Rosky - Sep 2, 2010

Howl! Arts Project 2010 celebrates Labor Day with performances throughout the weekend at Theatre 80 (80 St. Mark's Place), as part of a month-long series of theater, performance art, music, poetry, film, entertainment for and by kids, and much more at Theatre 80 (80 St. Marks Place) in downtown Manhattan. Proceeds benefit HOWL! H.E.L.P., an emergency services assistance and health fund for eligible and qualifying East Village artists, administered by The Actors Fund.

HOWL! Arts Project Begins Month-long Series at Theatre 80 9/10-12
by Gabrielle Sierra - Sep 1, 2010

HOWL! Arts Project and The Actors Fund present HOWL! ARTS PROJECT 2010, a month-long series of theater, performance art, music, poetry, film, entertainment for and by kids, and much more at Theatre 80 (80 St. Marks Place). Proceeds benefit HOWL! HELP, an emergency services assistance and health fund for eligible and qualifying East Village artists, administered by The Actors Fund.

Cornelia Street Café Hosts 'Have Songs, Will Travel,' Matt Darriau & Pablo Aslan, 7/15
by Marivic Tagala - Jul 15, 2010

On July 15th, the Cornelia Street Café (29 Cornelia St.) hosts an evening of music with 'Have Songs, Will Travel' at 6PM and the World Tango Project with Matt Darriau and Pablo Aslan at 9PM. Cover for both shows is $10 with a $10 drink minimum for the 6PM set. For more information, please call 212-989-9319 or visit www.corneliastreetcafe.com.

AKSHARA PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE Plays Cornelia Street Cafe
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jul 12, 2010

This Week At Cornelia Street Cafe Mon Jul 12 at 9:00PM AKSHARA PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE

New York New Church's Three Chamber Opera"Triptych" Ends 6/26
by BWW News Desk - Jun 26, 2010

American composer/librettist Martin Halpern presents 'Triptych,' three one-act chamber operas freely based on classics of modern drama by August Strindberg ('The Stronger'); Henrik Ibsen ('When We Dead Awaken') and Anton Chekhov ('The Proposal'), three works that explore themes of both requited and unrequited love.

New York New Church Performs Ibsen, Chekhov, Strindberg In Three Chamber Opera
by BWW News Desk - Jun 24, 2010

American composer/librettist Martin Halpern presents 'Triptych,' three one-act chamber operas freely based on classics of modern drama by August Strindberg ('The Stronger'); Henrik Ibsen ('When We Dead Awaken') and Anton Chekhov ('The Proposal'), three works that explore themes of both requited and unrequited love.

New York New Church Performs Ibsen, Chekhov, Strindberg In Three Chamber Opera
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jun 16, 2010

American composer/librettist Martin Halpern presents 'Triptych,' three one-act chamber operas freely based on classics of modern drama by August Strindberg ('The Stronger'); Henrik Ibsen ('When We Dead Awaken') and Anton Chekhov ('The Proposal'), three works that explore themes of both requited and unrequited love.

Newman, Peters, Ventre & More Star In HOWL's THE CRADLE WILL ROCK 9/21-24
by BWW News Desk - Sep 24, 2009

HOWL is proud to present Downtown Music Productions in 'The Cradle Will Rock,' the historic musical theater work by Marc Blitzstein, whose allegory of corruption and corporate greed is as timely today as when it was premiered in 1937.

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