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New Book 'Beyond Ridiculous' Chronicles Gay Theatre in the 80s in New York
by Stephi Wild - Sep 13, 2023

The rise of the legendary, groundbreaking troupe THEATRE IN LIMBO – co-founded Off-Broadway by Charles Busch and Kenneth Elliott in the 1980's – is chronicled in the new book “BEYOND RIDICULOUS: Making Gay Theatre with Charles Busch in 1980s New York.' Learn more about the book and find out when you can purchase it here!

Tony Winner Melba Moore Honored with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
by Nicole Rosky - Aug 10, 2023

Award-winning performer Melba Moore will be honored on August 10, with the 2,760th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The star will be unveiled at 1645 Vine Street near the historic corner of Hollywood & Vine. Moore will be awarded her star in the category of Live Theatre/Live Performance.

Review: ASSASSINS Hits the Mark at Rise Up Theatre Company
by Courtney Symes - Aug 9, 2023

Rise Up Theatre Company is moving on to a bigger and better theatre space in Rancho Cordova but, before they do, they are gracing the MACC with a nail-biting production of Assassins. This Sondheim work lives in the shadow of his more popular pieces like Sweeney Todd and Into the Woods, but it stands on its own merit for its originality and varied score. Its 2004 Broadway debut garnered five Tony Awards, including Best Revival of a Musical. Now Rancho Cordova’s own rising community theatre brings the story of America’s most famous assassins to you, featuring robust local talent that sets their sights on your support.

LA Big Band Alumni to Celebrate 25th Anniversary with Select Sunday Series
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 1, 2023

Join the renowned LA Big Band Alumni as they celebrate their 25th anniversary with a series of monthly performances at Hollywood Post 43. Don't miss the opportunity to witness their musical excellence and enjoy their iconic Big Band Jazz, Swing, and Classic Vocal Pop Standards. For more information, visit their website.

Two Hell's Kitchen Restaurants Invite Striking Writers & Actors to Dine for Free and Pay Later
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 21, 2023

Discover how Marseille and Nizza, two Hell's Kitchen restaurants, are offering free dining to striking writers and actors in support of the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes.

SAG-AFTRA Officially Calls Strike Against Film & TV Industry; Broadway Will Not Be Affected
by Michael Major - Jul 13, 2023

Contract negotiations between SAG-AFTRA and the AMPTP ended, failing to make a deal. An actors strike is now imminent with the union meeting to vote on an official approval of the strike. This signifies that the Wicked movie musical, which is currently in production in the U.K., could potentially be shut down.

Interview: Writer/Performer Romy Nordlinger on GARDEN OF ALLA: The Alla Nazimova Story at Theatre West
by Shari Barrett - Jun 28, 2023

During the Roaring 1920s until its closing on July 27, 1959, West Hollywood’s landmark Garden of Allah Hotel on Sunset Blvd. hosted the Hollywood elite looking to have a great time socializing and mingling without the prying eyes of the media or autograph seekers in their faces, or their beds for that matter. I decided to speak with Romy Nordlinger, the playwright and performer of Garden of Alla in which she shares the life of Alla Nazimova, a Jewish immigrant from Tsarist Russia who became a Broadway and silent film superstar, visionary Hollywood director and producer, LGBTQIA trailblazer, and creator of the hotel which became world famous on many levels, both famous and infamous.

Review: RENT at Cain Park
by Roy Berko - Jun 18, 2023

What did our critic think of RENT at Cain Park?

Martha Graham Dance Company to Present GRAHAM100, A Three-Season 100th Anniversary Celebration
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 7, 2023

The Martha Graham Dance Company will present GRAHAM100—The First and The Future, a three-season 100th anniversary celebration of Martha Graham’s work and legacy to begin September 2023 and continue throughout 2026.

Review: Central Square Theater Presents Spellbinding ANGELS IN AMERICA, PART I: MILLENNIUM APPROACHES
by R. Scott Reedy - May 18, 2023

What did our critic think of ANGELS IN AMERICA, PART I: MILLENNIUM APPROACHES at Central Square Theater in Cambridge, MA?

Society Of Composers & Lyricists President Testifies At House Committee Hearing On AI And Intellectual Property
by A.A. Cristi - May 17, 2023

Today, the president of the Society of Composers and Lyricists, Ashley Irwin, testified on behalf of the SCL before the Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet of the House Committee of the Judiciary (HCJ) Hearing on Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property: Part I - Interoperability of AI and Copyright Law.

PERFECT CRIME Off-Broadway to Celebrate 36th Anniversary in April
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 28, 2023

The longest running play in NYC history, PERFECT CRIME will celebrate its 36th Anniversary on Monday, April 18th in the Anne Bernstein Theater at The Theater Center Theater Center.

Songbook Foundation Will Host Free Public Screening Of New THE MUSIC MAN Documentary
by Stephi Wild - Mar 10, 2023

The Great American Songbook Foundation will host the Indiana premiere screening of a new public television documentary that draws heavily from its vast music archives.

Phoenix Boys Choir Announces Events Lineup To Celebrate Its 75th Season
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 1, 2023

The 2022/23 Season marks the 75th Anniversary of the Phoenix Boys Choir (PBC).

Review: THE OLDEST PROFESSION at Burbage Theatre Company
by John McDaid - Jan 29, 2023

What did our critic think of THE OLDEST PROFESSION at Burbage Theatre Company?

by Blair Ingenthron - Jan 14, 2023

Decca Classics has announced the release of Jessye Norman – The Unreleased Masters, showcasing never-before-heard recordings of one of the greatest classical singers of all time.

Industry Pro Newsletter: Roundabout Going Dark on Broadway
by Alex Freeman - Dec 12, 2022

New research from IMPACTS highlights the importance of mission in soliciting both donations and membership renewals, the Met works to recover from a cyber attack, and as Cara Joy David reports, Roundabout will be dark on Broadway this Spring.

Review: ASSASSINS at Columbus Performing Arts Center
by Paul Batterson - Nov 14, 2022

What did our critic think of ASSASSINS at Columbus Performing Arts Center? Stephen Sondheim issued a not-so-subtle warning to critics attending his musical ASSASSINS. In the song, 'the Ballad of Booth,' the balladeer questions the Abraham Lincoln killer for his motives: 'Some say you killed a country, John/Because of bad reviews.'

Decca To Release Never-Before-Heard 'Jessye Norman - The Unreleased Masters', Out January 27, 2023
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 28, 2022

Decca Classics has announced Jessye Norman – The Unreleased Masters, showcasing never-before-heard recordings of one of the greatest classical singers of all time. The set, out on January 27, 2023, includes an extraordinary performance of Tristan und Isolde with Ms. Norman performing the multiple roles of Isolde and Brangäne, Wagner and Strauss song cycles, and a live recording of an eclectic program of cantatas by Haydn, Berlioz and Britten.

National Youth Theater to Present TOTALLY 80S, THE MUSICAL in November
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 7, 2022

National Youth Theater will present Totally 80s, The Musical in November! Totally 80s, The Musical is a totally tubular comedy musical that follows a group of friends who come of age in the 80s, when Ronald Reagan was president, the Berlin Wall came down and the hits of Madonna, Genesis, Sting, Duran Duran and Michael Jackson filled the airwaves.

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