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Original Broadway Cast And Crew of FOLLIES To Reunite This Weekend Photo Original Broadway Cast And Crew of FOLLIES To Reunite This Weekend
by Stephi Wild - Apr 1, 2021

Follies at 50: A Conversation with the Cast and Crew of the Original Broadway Production is a one-time event, featuring a panel of people involved in the creation of one of the most groundbreaking musicals of all time, Follies.

Luckinbill Presented NATIONAL ARTS STAR AWARD to James Nederlander At Star Studded Gala In Rancho Mirage
by David Green - Nov 29, 2013

The American Foundation For Arts Education presented its annual National Arts Star Awards on November 20 in a Star-Studded Gala at The Helene Galen Performing Arts Center in Rancho Mirage. Among the honorees, James Nederlander was presented with The Legacy Award for creating The National High School Musical Theatre Awards and his ongoing commitment to arts education. The awards were presented by actor/writer Laurence Luckinbill. The National Arts Star Awards are presented to individuals and organizations that have made a significant impact on Arts Education in America's public schools. The AFAE, originally founded by Carol Channing and her late husband Harry Kullijian, works to restore the arts to our nation's public schools and insure an arts education for every child in America through advocacy and partnering with schools and communities to create specialized arts instructional opportunities for children.

STAGE TUBE: Watch Lost Documentary Footage from SONDHEIM: A MUSICAL TRIBUTE
by Stage Tube - Sep 23, 2013

'Sondheim: A Musical Tribute' was the title given to a benefit staged in March 1973. American Musical and Dramatic Academy and the National Hemophilia Foundation first wanted to honor Harold Prince, but he declined, so they chose Stephen Sondheim. Sondheim thought it would be 'merely a dinner,' but it was actually a full-scale production with 33 performers and a 30-piece orchestra, staged on the set of the then-running 'A Little Night Music' at the Shubert Theatre. Below, check out footage from a short documentary that was made about the show.

Whatever Happened To Kurt Peterson?
by Joseph F. Panarello - May 15, 2005

After Tony in West Side Story, Dear World, and Follies, Kurt Peterson left the world of performing. Now he's back producing Stephen Schwartz's Captain Louie....

Coverage of Wall to Wall Stephen Sondheim
by Adrienne Onofri - Mar 21, 2005

Report and photos from the 12-hour celebration of everything Sondheim, which was held at Symphony Space three days before his 75th birthday.

Additional Stars Added to Sondheim 'Children and Art' March 21 Benefit
by BWW News Desk - Mar 9, 2005

Bucchino, Buntrock, Esparza, Farrow, Gemignani, Golden, Hammond, Harris, Hathaway, d'Arcy James, Mitchell, Morrison, Nixon, Panaro and more...

Tickets now on sale for Sondheim "CHILDREN AND ART" All-Star Gala Benefit
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2005

The Honorable William Jefferson Clinton and Barbra Streisand (Honorary Chairs), with Young Playwrights Inc. and producers Richard Maltby, Jr., Kevin Stites and Sheri M. Goldhirsch are proud to present 'CHILDREN AND ART,' a spectacular musical gala evening in celebration of Stephen Sondheim's 75th birthday, for one performance only at Broadway's New Amsterdam Theatre (214 West 42nd Street) on Monday, March 21, 2005 (7:30 p.m. curtain), the eve of Sondheim's birthday.