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Hear! Hear! - 1955 - Broadway

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Ziegfeld Theatre

(New York, NY)
6th Avenue at W. 54th St., Roof
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by Miriam Zendle - Sep 25, 2009
Miriam Zendle finds out about London's fringe theatre scene.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 9, 2018
Riverside Symphony opens its 38th season on Friday evening, November 16th at Alice Tully Hall. Music Director George Rothman will lead the orchestra in a boldly innovative program headlined by American composer Stephen Hartke's new piano concerto, Ship of State and featuring Xak Bjerken, the pianist for whom the piece was written. Franz Schreker, known mainly as an opera composer in a short but illustrious career derailed by rising anti-Semitism in early 1930s Germany, is enjoying something of a worldwide revival. His otherworldly, hyper-Romantic Chamber Symphony-which has attained an almost cult-like status- and Kurt Weill's universally adored Little Threepenny Music, complete the program.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Nov 23, 2018
The Victorian Music Development Office (VMDO), in partnership with the Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR) and Association of Artist Managers (AAM), will accept applications for the next Fast Track Fellowship program.
by BWW News Desk - May 8, 2014
From May 2014 - March 2015, Sadler's Wells presents its biggest ever programme of inclusive dance. =dance is a new series featuring some of the most exciting and innovative work created and performed by deaf and disabled artists.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 2, 2019
Conductor George Rothman will lead Riverside Symphony in a wide-ranging program at Alice Tully Hall on Thursday evening, June 6, as the orchestra wraps up its 38th New York Season in typically adventurous fashion. The program will open with the New York Premiere of Kalevipoeg in California, a vibrant imagining of an encounter between a mythical creature from Californian-born composer Lembit Beecher's Estonian roots and modern-day San Francisco. Prize-winning Canadian violinist Blake Pouliot will then take center stage in his New York debut with Bartók's two gripping Rhapsodies for Violin and Orchestra, with Beethoven's exquisite Fourth Symphony concluding the program.
by Nicole Rosky - May 16, 2016
Feinstein's/54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club, presents Every Little Step star and multiple Helen Hayes Award winner Natascia Diaz in her New York City solo debut on Wednesday, June 15 at 7:00 pm, following her acclaimed and nominated performance as Anita in Signature Theatre's sold out run of West Side Story in Washington DC.
by BWW News Desk - May 13, 2014
From May 2014 - March 2015, Sadler's Wells presents its biggest ever programme of inclusive dance. =dance is a new series featuring some of the most exciting and innovative work created and performed by deaf and disabled artists.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 28, 2015
Omaha-based nonprofit Hear Nebraska announces “Hear Hear,” an inaugural fundraising event featuring an intimate performance by legendary musician Matthew Sweet, tonight, March 28 at the Holland Performing Arts Center's 1200 Club.
by - Jun 2, 2010
BWW Reader Feedback for 6/2/10.
by - Jun 1, 2010
BWW Reader Feedback for 6/1/10.
by Pat Cerasaro - Jul 14, 2015
Candid memories of a 'lovely' Broadway original!
by Tyler Peterson - Jan 9, 2014
George Rothman will lead Riverside Symphony in a performance of Arthur Honegger's masterful Symphony No. 2, a meditation on the horrors of World War II whose hopeful ending echoes the chorale finale of Bach's heart-stopping Cantata No. 51 featuring soprano sensation Nell Snaidas. Featured in the film classic "Black Rain," Takemitsu's exquisite modern Romantic opus, Death and Resurrection, reveals spiritual concerns similar to those of Honegger over the same cataclysmic event as experienced in the Pacific theater, while the brilliant early 18th century English composer Charles Avison - unsung to this day - is represented by one of 12 luminescent, unique creations fashioned around works for solo keyboard by Bach contemporary Domenico Scarlatti.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 26, 2019
Conductor George Rothman will lead Riverside Symphony in an adventurous program today evening, January 26, at Alice Tully Hall. The orchestra's principal trombonist, Michael Lormand, will be featured in Romanian-French master Marius Constant's Gli Elementi, a gripping essay for solo trombone presented for the first time on an American stage. A rare performance of Mozart's Divertimento K. 251 for strings, solo oboe and two horns offers up a depth of expression not often associated with the form, while Dvorak student (and eventual son-in-law) Josef Suk's captivating string serenade completes this wide-ranging journey through the centuries.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 20, 2018
Riverside Symphony will open its 37th season today evening, January 20th at Alice Tully Hall in a program entitled 'Antecedents.'
by Tyler Peterson - Feb 13, 2015
Omaha-based nonprofit Hear Nebraska announces “Hear Hear,” an inaugural fundraising event featuring an intimate performance by legendary musician Matthew Sweet, Saturday, March 28 at the Holland Performing Arts Center's 1200 Club.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 8, 2017
Riverside Symphony will open its 37th season on Saturday evening, January 20th at Alice Tully Hall in a program entitled 'Antecedents.'
by - Dec 27, 2010
BWW Reader Feedback for 12/27/10.
by - Dec 26, 2010
BWW Reader Feedback for 12/26/10.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 2, 2020
Playwrights from across the country join together for an upcoming anthology of drama. Contributors include Chicago writers Emma Rund and John Joseph Enright, Baltimore actor Alexander Scally ,and several other playwrights.
by Julie Musbach - Dec 18, 2018
Conductor George Rothman will lead Riverside Symphony in an adventurous program on Saturday evening, January 26, at Alice Tully Hall. The orchestra's principal trombonist, Michael Lormand, will be featured in Romanian-French master Marius Constant's Gli Elementi, a gripping essay for solo trombone presented for the first time on an American stage. A rare performance of Mozart's Divertimento K. 251 for strings, solo oboe and two horns offers up a depth of expression not often associated with the form, while Dvorak student (and eventual son-in-law) Josef Suk's captivating string serenade completes this wide-ranging journey through the centuries.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 22, 2017
Navy Pier, Chicago's mission-driven cultural district, is set to showcase the works of world-renowned contemporary artist Nick Cave and international architect and MacArthur Fellow Jeanne Gang this September.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 14, 2017
In case you weren't excited enough for your yearly live music pilgrimage to Brisbane's Fortitude Valley Live Music Precinct for a sensory overload of music, BIGSOUND Festival has shown all its cards, dropping all the tools you need today to choose your own sonic adventure. 
by BWW News Desk - Apr 6, 2016
Country music legend Merle Haggard, well known for his such as 'Okie From Muskogee' and 'Mama Tried,' passed way today, April 6th, his 79th birthday. Celebrities from the country music world have expressed their sadness today at Merle's passing. See what some of them had to say below!