Judy Garland's Last Concert to Be Released on High-Definition Audio In 2018Judy Garland's Last Concert to Be Released on High-Definition Audio In 2018
by BWW News Desk - Oct 2, 2017

High Definition Tape Transfers, which specializes in high-definition releases of classical, jazz and pop classics and whose extensive catalogue goes from Duke Ellington to Gustav Mahler, is proud to announce the high-definition release in 2018 of Judy Garland's very last concert, recorded at Falkoner Centret in Copenhagen, Denmark on March 25, 1969. (more...)

VIDEOS: Barbra Streisand's Broadway! Part Five: The 2000s
by Michael Dale - Jun 14, 2016

The fifth of a six-part, decade-by-decade video series sampling the legendary artist's performances of musical theatre classics. (more...)

BWW CD Reviews: Kimberly Faye Greenberg's FABULOUS FANNY: THE SONGS & STORIES OF FANNY BRICE Channels the Icon
by David Clarke - Jan 28, 2015

Kimberly Faye Greenberg, again playing the legendary Fanny Brice, released FABULOUS FANNY: THE SONGS & STORIES OF FANNY BRICE last summer. With deft skill, she brings Fanny Brice back to life on the recording, allowing modern audiences a chance to enjoy a taste of the woman who inspired the hit musical FUNNY GIRL. (more...)

BWW Reviews: MARK NADLER Is Deliciously Scandalous As His New Show Transforms 54 Below Into a Decadent Jazz Age Speakeasy
by Stephen Hanks - May 1, 2014

When Mark Nadler last performed a solo show at 54 Below, it was a very personal musical exploration of Germany's Weimar Republic of the 1920s, a place and an atmosphere that was dark, dangerous and decadent. I'm a Stranger Here Myself was such a compelling tour de force that it was expanded into a highly praised off-Broadway piece that Nadler staged at the York Theatre last Spring. Nadler's new 54 Below effort, Runnin' Wild: Songs & Scandals of the Roaring Twenties, (which opened last Sunday, ran last night, and will also play on May 7 at 9:30pm and May 14 at 7pm) is like a playful and debauched sequel to Stranger, only in this show—which would be more aptly titled “Reckless Abandon”--Nadler is clearly a gleeful member of the club. To this passionate piano man, America's big cities in the pre-Depression era 1920s were happy, hungry, and hedonistic. There was always a party filled with sex, drugs and booze looking for a place to happen. And goodness knows, Mark Nadler wishes he'd been invited to every one of them. But since he was born too late, all he can do is serve as congenial host in re-creating the speakeasy ambiance and in this show he manages to accomplish that--only without the sex and drugs. Damn! (more...)

AOP Presents The Voice of Brooklyn June 21
by BWW News Desk - Jun 20, 2011

Brooklyn's AMERICAN OPERA PROJECTS (AOP), 'known for bringing cutting-edge vocal production to the masses,' (New York) will present The Voice of Brooklyn, its third annual free outdoor concert of new songs and old standards in Fort Greene Park in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. (more...)

AOP Presents The Voice of Brooklyn June 21
by BWW News Desk - Jun 9, 2011

Brooklyn's AMERICAN OPERA PROJECTS (AOP), 'known for bringing cutting-edge vocal production to the masses,' (New York) will present The Voice of Brooklyn, its third annual free outdoor concert of new songs and old standards in Fort Greene Park in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. (more...)

AOP Offers Free Opera In Fort Greene Park 6/21
by BWW News Desk - Jun 21, 2010

AMERICAN OPERA PROJECTS (AOP), 'known for bringing cutting-edge vocal production to the masses,' (New York) will present The Voice of Brooklyn: Opera and Song from the People's Republic, a free outdoor concert of new songs and beloved classics on the eve of the longest night of the year. (more...)

AOP Offers Free Opera In Fort Greene Park 6/21
by BWW News Desk - Jun 17, 2010

AMERICAN OPERA PROJECTS (AOP), 'known for bringing cutting-edge vocal production to the masses,' (New York) will present The Voice of Brooklyn: Opera and Song from the People's Republic, a free outdoor concert of new songs and beloved classics on the eve of the longest night of the year. (more...)