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Shelby Lynne Returns With New Album 'Consequences of the Crown'
by Josh Sharpe - June 18, 2024

GRAMMY Award-winning singer, songwriter, and musician Shelby Lynne will release her highly anticipated new album, Consequences of the Crown, August 16 via Monument Records. This is Lynne’s first new album since returning to Nashville after 25 years away and is her most raw and authentic work to date.

Review: 4 MUSICAL TENORS Make Heavenly Harmonizing at Carnegie Hall
by Sharon Ellman - May 25, 2024

The Czech-Slovak vocalists who compose the 4 Musical Tenors - Michael Bragagnolo, Janm Kriz, Pavel Vitek, and Marian Vojtko - each hails from an extensive background in musical theater or opera productions performed throughout Europe. This reviewer was completely overwhelmed by the powerful and intense vocals of these talented artists.

Wake Up With BroadwayWorld March 15, 2024
by - March 15, 2024

Rise and shine, BroadwayWorld! It is March 15, 2024 and it's time to catch up on all of the theatrical happenings you may have missed in the last 24 hours.

Amas Musical Theatre To Honor Patricia Birch And Len Cariou At 55th Annual Benefit Gala Concert
by A.A. Cristi - February 28, 2024

Amas Musical Theatre will celebrate its 55th Anniversary at its annual Gala Benefit Concert on Monday, May 13, 2024 at Baruch Performing Arts Center.

Album Review: Ted Nash and Kristen Lee Sergeant Give Reason To Celebrate The HOLIDAYS
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A jazz album for the holidays that packs a serious artistic and emotional wallop.

Interview: Hannah Corbin of PELOTON
by Jared Fessler - December 11, 2023

Before becoming a popular Peloton Instructor, Hannah underwent training at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre. She graduated from high school ahead of schedule and secured a scholarship to move to New York City for intensive training at Ailey. Subsequently, she shifted her focus, attending college for theatre and musical theater while actively participating in concert dance. Fast forward to her involvement in performances such as Fuerza Bruta and Queen of the Night, where she crossed paths with her Production Stage Manager, now her husband. Initially, Hannah dedicated six nights a week to performing during her initial two years at Peloton, before it eventually took precedence and became her primary focus. Recently, she has reignited her passion for dance and performance, venturing back into auditions and pursuing her original love.

Historic Theatre Season Breaks New Ground For Jewish Culture & Brings New Voices To The Stage
by Blair Ingenthron - October 07, 2023

The Braid's 16th season offers a historic lineup of Jewish stories brought to life on stage. Don't miss these powerful and authentic performances that celebrate shared humanity through storytelling. Featuring acclaimed writers like Rob Eshman and André Aciman.

Music Review: Brandi Burkhardt Captures That Feeling Of Falling Hopelessly In Love With Her New Single DAYDREAM
by Bobby Patrick - September 29, 2023

Dance to it or make whoopie to it, for Brandi’s DAYDREAM is a truly nice place to visit.

Interview: Meet the Magic Man Behind EL MAGO POP on Broadway
by Nicole Rosky - August 03, 2023

Do you believe in magic? You sure will if you head to the Ethel Barrymore Theatre this month. That's because Antonio Díaz, the highest grossing European illusionist in the world, is getting ready to make his highly anticipated Broadway debut with a special version of his wildly successful, eponymous show, El Mago Pop.

Setting Sun Share 'Overjoyed' (Live On The Hudson River) From First LP in 10 Years
by Michael Major - July 11, 2023

The long-awaited album meets the band where they are now. Through driving upbeat rhythms and introspective, optimistic lyrics, the group looks back at what made them who they are today and discovers more of who they would like to be in the future. Plus, join Setting Sun live on July 16 in Saugerties, NY at Opus 40.

New York City Arts in Education Roundtable, Educators, Students, and City Council Members Call On Mayor To Address Inequality In Schools
by A.A. Cristi - June 15, 2023

The New York City Arts in Education Roundtable, educators, students, and City Council Members including Majority Leader Keith Powers, Chair of Education Committee Rita Joseph and Chair of Committee on Cultural Affairs, Libraries, and International Intergroup Relations Chi Ossé will called on the Mayor and the City Council to guarantee all schools have a certified arts teacher and address systematic inequality.

HERE Will Honor Jason Baruch and Machine Dazzle at HERE's Extra Gala
by Stephi Wild - May 26, 2023

On June 5, HERE (Kristin Marting, Founding Artistic Director) will honor HERE former board member and entertainment lawyer Jason Baruch and conceptual artist, designer, and musician Machine Dazzle at HERE’s Extra Gala.

Video: Eddi Reader Sings 'Sharing Your Heart' From BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN
by Stephi Wild - April 26, 2023

A brand new song has been released from the world premiere stage adaptation of Annie Proulx’s short story, Brokeback Mountain, a new play with music. In the video, Eddi Reader sings ‘Sharing Your Heart’. This is the moment where Alma (played by Emily Fairn) realises that her husband, Ennis Del Mar (played by Lucas Hedges), also loves another.

Setting Sun Share Single 'Same Face' Ahead of LP Release
by Michael Major - April 19, 2023

With the newest, most comprehensive body of work yet on the horizon, Setting Sun is ready to re-introduce themselves. In the band's current iteration, alongside Levitt are long-time collaborators Lawrence Roper (keyboards, vocals) and Jonathan Hambright (drums) and John Burdick (bass/vocals).

NY Philharmonic Performs Zosha Di Castri's LINEAGE And Nadia Sirota Hosts Di Castri's Kravis NIGHTCAP SERIES Concert, April 27-29
by A.A. Cristi - March 21, 2023

From Thursday, April 27 to Saturday, April 29, 2023, the New York Philharmonic will present its first-ever performance of a full orchestral work by New York-based, Canadian composer Zosha Di Castri at the Wu Tsai Theater in David Geffen Hall.

NY Phil Performs Zosha Di Castri's Lineage and Nadia Sirota Hosts Di Castri's Kravis Nightcap Series Concert at David Geffen Hall
by Stephi Wild - March 21, 2023

From Thursday, April 27 to Saturday, April 29, 2023, the New York Philharmonic will present its first-ever performance of a full orchestral work by New York-based, Canadian composer Zosha Di Castri at the Wu Tsai Theater in David Geffen Hall.

MY STELLAR PERFORMANCE, BUT I DIGRESS! Makes Its NYC Debut in April
by Stephi Wild - March 16, 2023

Acclaimed actress, Harriet Robinson (National Theatre's Sweet Bird of Youth) makes a triumphant return to theatre with the debut of her one-person play, 'My Stellar Performance, But I Digress!' written and performed by Ms. Robinson.

Interview: Composer Frank Wildhorn on the Evolution and Enduring Appeal of BONNIE & CLYDE
by Kat Mokrynski - March 08, 2023

BroadwayWorld had the chance to sit down at the Garrick Theatre and talk with Frank Wildhorn, the composer of Bonnie & Clyde. We discussed the evolution of the show, audience reactions around the world, and why the show is so relevant today.

Setting Sun Announces Sixth LP & Shares Single 'Feelings Cure'
by Michael Major - February 23, 2023

With the newest, most comprehensive body of work yet on the horizon, Setting Sun is ready to re-introduce themselves. In the band's current iteration, alongside Levitt are long-time collaborators Lawrence Roper (keyboards, vocals) and Jonathan Hambright (drums) and John Burdick (bass/vocals).

Review: GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER? at the Carrollwood Players
by Peter Nason - February 11, 2023

Based on the classic 1967 film, it's mightily entertaining with a great message and a strong cast led by Kym Welch.

Philadelphia Premiere of CLYDE's Extends at Arden Theatre Company
by Chloe Rabinowitz - February 10, 2023

Arden Theatre Company will extend the Philadelphia premiere of  Lynn Nottage’s Clyde’s through March 12.

Arden Theatre Company Presents Philadelphia Premiere Of Lynn Nottage's CLYDE'S
by Stephi Wild - January 11, 2023

Arden Theatre Company is presenting one of the hottest shows in American Theatre this season. The Arden will welcome audiences back to the Arcadia Stage and into the world of the Philadelphia premiere of  Lynn Nottage's Clyde's.

Kate Davis Announces New Album 'Fish Bowl'
by Michael Major - January 10, 2023

Across ‘Fish Bowl’’s 12 deeply personal tracks Davis traces her very own hero’s journey, from the moment she steps away from her old life to the moment she finds inner peace. She follows these steps through the eyes of ’Fish Bowl’’s central character, FiBo, who starts out on opening track “Monster Mash” realizing the community she cultivated.

Photos: Inside 54 SINGS FOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD
by Stephi Wild - December 02, 2022

Broadway’s best banded together for one night only to raise spirits and funds for Planned Parenthood in a special evening of music that aims to empower, inspire, and uplift. Featuring chart-topping hits by women for women, audiences heard a star-studded Broadway cast cover the music of Ragtime, Jekyll and Hyde, Lesley Gore, Janis Joplin, ABBA, Stephen Sondheim, Ben Platt, Brandi Carlile, and much, much more. Check out photos below!

Student Blog: Hell Week: Surviving Finals
by Student Blogger: Meagan Rousse - December 03, 2022

I am still in denial that I am about to finish and graduate college. Granted, I am getting my master’s so I’m not fully done. As finals week approaches, I am getting my schedule ready so I can be as prepared as possible. Let me know what some of your tips for exam week are!



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