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BWW Feature: Spotlight On Sean Harkness - A Video Library Photo BWW Feature: Spotlight On Sean Harkness - A Video Library
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 20, 2020

Respected, revered, and loved by friends and fans, Sean Harkness is a musician to whose artistry all should be made aware. Now it happens.

TLP's A CHRISTMAS SPECIALâ€" A Virtual Production To Usher In The Holiday Season Photo TLP's A CHRISTMAS SPECIALâ€" A Virtual Production To Usher In The Holiday Season
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 19, 2020

Featuring nearly twenty Christmas songs and holiday fun, the TLP cast of singers and musicians present an unforgettable virtual holiday experience with TLP's flair for production. This show is perfect for the whole family and every audience.

BWW Review: NEIL BERG'S 110 YEARS OF BROADWAY at Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall Photo BWW Review: NEIL BERG'S 110 YEARS OF BROADWAY at Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
by Carolan Trbovich - Feb 1, 2019

Neil Berg's 110 Years of Broadway is Magical

The 2017 Baxter Zabalaza Theatre Festival to Showcase 56 Productions from All Over the Western Cape and Other Regions
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 7, 2017

The 2017 Baxter Zabalaza Theatre Festival, which takes place from 18 to 25 March, will once again showcase an exciting and diverse programme of 56 different productions, performed by nearly 300 artists, from all over the Western Cape and other regions, covering various genres, theatrical styles and languages.

Neil Berg, Stephanie Block and More Set for Covenant House NIGHT OF BROADWAY STARS at Kimmel Center Tonight
by BWW News Desk - May 13, 2013

The Covenant House 'Night of Broadway Stars' will take place tonight, May 13th at the Kimmel Center. The evening will feature performances by top Broadway stars to poignant stories told by homeless youth about how Covenant House has changed their lives. Attendees will get an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see Broadway actors and homeless youth perform live on stage together.

Neil Berg, Stephanie Block and More Set for Covenant House NIGHT OF BROADWAY STARS at Kimmel Center, 5/13
by BWW News Desk - Apr 18, 2013

The Covenant House 'Night of Broadway Stars' will take place on Monday, May 13th at the Kimmel Center. The evening will feature performances by top Broadway stars to poignant stories told by homeless youth about how Covenant House has changed their lives. Attendees will get an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see Broadway actors and homeless youth perform live on stage together.

Beth Leavel Joins THE BROADWAY MUSICALS OF 1950, 3/19
by Kelsey Denette - Mar 12, 2012

The Town Hall (123 West 43 Street) today announced that Tony Award-winning actress Beth Leavel will perform in THE BROADWAY MUSICALS OF 1950 on Monday, March 19th at 8pm. This concert is part of the 12th season of The Town Hall's acclaimed Broadway By The Year® series, which is created, written and hosted by Scott Siegel for The Town Hall.

Alice Ripley, Tom Wopat, et al. Set for Town Hall's BROADWAY MUSICALS OF 1946, 2/13
by BWW News Desk - Feb 15, 2012

The Town Hall has just announced the 12th Season of their acclaimed BROADWAY BY THE YEAR® concert series which kicks off with THE BROADWAY MUSICALS OF 1946 on Monday, February 13, 2012. The show is created, written and hosted by Scott Siegel for The Town Hall. Initial casting includes Alice Ripley, the Tony® Award winning star of Next to Normal, Tom Wopat (Tony® Award nominated for his role of Frank Butler in Annie Get Your Gun revival/Catch Me if You Can), Kerry O'Malley (On a Clear Day…Annie Get Your Gun revival) and Noah Racey (Curtains), who will also choreograph. The evening will feature songs and dance from Irving Berlin's classic Annie Get Your Gun and other musicals including Call Me Mister, St. Louis Woman and Park Avenue. Ross Patterson is the musical director.

Alice Ripley, Tom Wopat, et al. Set for Town Hall's BROADWAY MUSICALS OF 1946, 2/13
by Nicole Rosky - Jan 11, 2012

The Town Hall has just announced the 12th Season of their acclaimed BROADWAY BY THE YEAR® concert series which kicks off with THE BROADWAY MUSICALS OF 1946 on Monday, February 13, 2012. The show is created, written and hosted by Scott Siegel for The Town Hall. Initial casting includes Alice Ripley, the Tony® Award winning star of Next to Normal, Tom Wopat (Tony® Award nominated for his role of Frank Butler in Annie Get Your Gun revival/Catch Me if You Can), Kerry O'Malley (On a Clear Day…Annie Get Your Gun revival) and Noah Racey (Curtains), who will also choreograph. The evening will feature songs and dance from Irving Berlin's classic Annie Get Your Gun and other musicals including Call Me Mister, St. Louis Woman and Park Avenue. Ross Patterson is the musical director.

Photo Coverage: Capathia Jenkins, Jeffry Denman, et al. Attend Covenant House Benefit
by Nicole Rosky - Jun 7, 2011

Calling Covenant House a 'place where opportunity changes the lives of homeless kids,' Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman accepted the Covenant House Beacon of Hope Award from Covenant House board member Barbara Bush at A Night of Broadway Stars benefit on June 2nd before an audience of over 1,000 at the Rose Hall Home of Jazz Theatre at Lincoln Center.

Photo Coverage: Town Hall Presents 'BROADWAY WINNERS'
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Jul 15, 2009

The Town Hall continues to present acclaimed Broadway concerts this July with its 3rd Annual Summer Broadway Festival. Presented on three consecutive Monday nights at 8PM, The Town Hall's 3rd Annual Summer Broadway Festival began with Broadway Winners: The Award-Winning Music of Broadway! on Monday, July 13th at 8PM.

Broadway Unplugged
by Jena Tesse Fox - Nov 29, 2007

Concerts and cabarets keep Broadway music alive for other generations to enjoy and share, but the Siegel concerts do a bit more.

Broadway Unplugged: Third Time's The Charmingest
by Jena Tesse Fox - Nov 19, 2006

This year's Broadway Unplugged concert may well have been the best of the three: every song and singer were perfectly matched and beautifully performed, and almost no singers were able to leave the stage without being called back for an extra bow