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by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2005
An array of stars will perform the songs of the great composer on November 12th in Hooray for Love: A Celebration of the Music of Harld Arlen
by BWW News Desk - Oct 18, 2005
On November 12th in LA, Tonya Pinkins, Billy Porter, Alice Ripley, Lillias White and others will take center stage for Hooray For Love: A Celebration of the Music of Harold Arlen, a concert presented by the Actors' Fund
by BWW News Desk - Nov 7, 2005
Alice Ripley, Alan Cumming, Lillias White and others will take part in Hooray for Love: A Celebration of the Music of Harold Arlen on November 12th
by TV News Desk - Nov 29, 2011
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame Committee has selected a groundbreaking production team, an iconic executive, an internationally renowned TV variety show host, a leading actor, an award-winning lighting designer, a multiple Emmy®-winning producer, and one of television's most beloved comedy couples as the newest inductees into the Hall of Fame, announced Television Academy Chairman and CEO John Shaffner.
by Adrienne Onofri - Nov 25, 2004
Review of the all-star concert...
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
by BWW News Desk - May 17, 2019
According to Forbes, the son and estate of Broadway composer Harold Arlen has filed a lawsuit against Apple, Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and Pandora, for selling over 6,000 unauthorized recordings of his music.
by Michael Dale - May 15, 2006
Encores!'s latest production helps prove this classic and wholly original musical deserves a higher place in the standard American theatre repertory
by Michael Dale - Mar 24, 2008
You wouldn't expect a 1937 Broadway musical that satirized American profiteering from wartime rumblings in Europe and was written to showcase the unique comedy talents of 'The Perfect Fool' Ed Wynn to be especially playable in the year 2008, but The Medicine Show, on their tiny stage way out west on W. 52nd Street, do a bang-up job with Hooray For What!
by BWW News Desk - Mar 12, 2011
Tony Award and Academy Award nominee Hugh Martin died in California of natural causes on Friday, March 11. He was 96.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 14, 2005
Judy Kaye will croon the songs of Harold Arlen on August 3rd and 4th at the Cabaret at Caramoor
by Michael Dale - Jun 10, 2016
The first of a six-part, decade-by-decade video series sampling the legendary artist's performances of musical theatre classics.
by Pat Cerasaro - Jul 31, 2015
A rare original TV musical comes to DVD at last!
by BWW News Desk - Jul 24, 2012
The hills are alive as Surflight Theatre continues its 2012 season with The Sound of Music. Directed and choreographed by Charles Abbott, with music direction by Ben Krauss, The Sound of Music opens tonight, July 24 and runs through August 25, 2012. Tickets ($36-$54) are available by calling 609-492-9477 or at www.surflight.org.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 23, 2012
The hills are alive as Surflight Theatre continues its 2012 season with the heartwarming family classic, The Sound of Music. Directed and choreographed by Charles Abbott, with music direction by Ben Krauss, The Sound of Music opens July 24 and runs through August 25, 2012. Tickets ($36-$54) are available by calling 609-492-9477 or at www.surflight.org.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 20, 2012
The hills are alive as Surflight Theatre continues its 2012 season with The Sound of Music. Directed and choreographed by Charles Abbott, with music direction by Ben Krauss, The Sound of Music opens July 24 and runs through August 25, 2012. Tickets ($36-$54) are available by calling 609-492-9477 or at www.surflight.org.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 13, 2005
Judy Kaye will toast legendary composer Harold Arlen at the Cabaret at Caramoor on August 3rd and 4th
by BWW News Desk - Jan 21, 2013
The Town Hall will present the first of four concerts of their acclaimed series BROADWAY BY THE YEAR on Monday, February 11th. The season begins with 1937, a year that witnessed the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge, the sudden death of George Gershwin, the Hindenburg disaster and a world on the brink of war.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 6, 2017
The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra and Conductor John Morris Russell welcome Sutton Foster to the stage at the Taft Theatre February 24-26 for her Pops debut.
by Ben Peltz - Feb 25, 2013
If the Broadway revival of a few years back demonstrated the deadly results that can occur when overthinking and underplaying a quality farce, the new Paper Mill mounting is a fast a furious example of Ken Ludwig's madcap Lend Me A Tenor done right.  Director Don Stephenson doesn't throw any fancy curveballs with the material, but he and his perfectly cast company of Broadway vets nail every door slam and verbal ping-pong volley with hilarious aplomb.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 24, 2017
The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra and Conductor John Morris Russell welcome Sutton Foster to the stage at the Taft Theatre this weekend, February 24-26 for her Pops debut.
by Stage Tube - Feb 15, 2016
Today in 1905, Harold Arlen was born. Having written over 500 songs, a number of which have become known the world over, Arlen is best known for writing the songs for The Wizard of Oz, including the classic 1938 song, 'Over the Rainbow.' Arlen is a highly regarded contributor to the Great American Songbook. Harlen's music has been featured in a number of other early Broadway shows including Hooray for What!, Bloomer Girl, St. Louis Woman, House of Flowers, Mr. Imperium, Jamaica, Saratoga, and many more.
by - Feb 15, 2015
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by Stage Tube - Feb 15, 2015
Today in 1905, Harold Arlen was born. Having written over 500 songs, a number of which have become known the world over, Arlen is best known for writing the songs for The Wizard of Oz, including the classic 1938 song, 'Over the Rainbow.' Arlen is a highly regarded contributor to the Great American Songbook. Harlen's music has been featured in a number of other early Broadway shows including Hooray for What!, Bloomer Girl, St. Louis Woman, House of Flowers, Mr. Imperium, Jamaica, Saratoga, and many more.
by Stage Tube - Feb 15, 2014
Today in 1905, Harold Arlen was born. Having written over 500 songs, a number of which have become known the world over, Arlen is best known for writing the songs for The Wizard of Oz, including the classic 1938 song, 'Over the Rainbow.' Arlen is a highly regarded contributor to the Great American Songbook. Harlen's music has been featured in a number of other early Broadway shows including Hooray for What!, Bloomer Girl, St. Louis Woman, House of Flowers, Mr. Imperium, Jamaica, Saratoga, and many more.
by - Feb 15, 2014
Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from Saturday, February 15, 2014.
by Stage Tube - Feb 15, 2013
Today in 1905, Harold Arlen was born. Having written over 500 songs, a number of which have become known the world over, Arlen is best known for writing the songs for The Wizard of Oz, including the classic 1938 song, 'Over the Rainbow.' Arlen is a highly regarded contributor to the Great American Songbook. Harlen's music has been featured in a number of other early Broadway shows including Hooray for What!, Bloomer Girl, St. Louis Woman, House of Flowers, Mr. Imperium, Jamaica, Saratoga, and many more.
by Stage Tube - Feb 15, 2012
Today in 1905, Harold Arlen was born. Having written over 500 songs, a number of which have become known the world over, Arlen is best known for writing the songs for The Wizard of Oz, including the classic 1938 song, 'Over the Rainbow.' Arlen is a highly regarded contributor to the Great American Songbook. Harlen's music has been featured in a number of other early Broadway shows including Hooray for What!, Bloomer Girl, St. Louis Woman, House of Flowers, Mr. Imperium, Jamaica, Saratoga, and many more.
by Michael Dale - Feb 15, 2004
The Medicine Show Theatre Company brings back Porter's charming 1933 Gertrude Lawrence star vehicle
by Stephen Sorokoff - Feb 12, 2013
The Town Hall just presented the first of four concerts of their acclaimed series BROADWAY BY THE YEAR last night, February 11th. The season begins with 1937, a year that witnessed the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge, the sudden death of George Gershwin, the Hindenburg disaster and a world on the brink of war. BroadwayWorld was there for the concert and you can check out full coverage below!
by BWW News Desk - Feb 11, 2013
The Town Hall presents the first of four concerts of their acclaimed series BROADWAY BY THE YEAR tonight, February 11th. The season begins with 1937, a year that witnessed the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge, the sudden death of George Gershwin, the Hindenburg disaster and a world on the brink of war.
by Don Grigware - Feb 10, 2016
On Monday, February 8 LA's Next Great Stage Star 2016 Presented by Princess Cruises came to an exciting conclusion on the mainstage of the NoHo Arts Center. After an amazing 90-minute program in which the 20 contestants gave 150% to their uptempo songs from Broadway shows, fifteen contestants were eliminated and the top five finalists selected during the first intermision. It was decided, like last year from the consensus of the judges, to add a sixth contestant. But when judges' votes were tabulated, there emerged a three-way tie between contestants James Padilla, Bethany Baderdeen and Edward Anderson. Each of these three presented a song and Edward Anderson was announced as the sixth finalist. Then each of the six proceeded to perform a second number after which the distinguished panel of 15 judges made the final decision during the second intermission. Musical director par excellence James Lent accompanied at the piano throughout the three hour show.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 6, 2018
Philadelphia Theatre Company welcomes back everyone's favorite princesses for a heart-warming afternoon and evening concert for the entire family. During A Dream Is A Wish: Holiday Princess Concert audiences will sing-along with a gathering of  princes and princesses from popular movie musicals and television shows in a one-day-only event on Sunday, December 16, at 3:00pm and 6:00pm. Children are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite prince or princess. After the show, the cast will host  a meet-and-greet reception with holiday cookies, apple cider and photo opportunities. The Holiday Princess Concert will take place at Philadelphia Theatre Company at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre (480 S. Broad Street). Tickets are on sale for $35 at philatheatreco.org, at the box-office, or by calling 215-985-0420.  Note: The 6:00pm show will feature a relaxed performance that welcomes children with autism or sensory or emotional sensitivities. 
by Eugene Lovendusky - Dec 19, 2006
Bay Area favorites, Meg Mackay and Billy Philadephia, bring a special holiday concert tribute to Cole Porter to Berkeley's Aurora Theatre. 'A Little Cole in Your Stocking' runs Dec.20-23 and 27-30.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 9, 2012
The Litchfield hills are alive as TriArts Sharon Playhouse continues its 2012 season with the heartwarming family classic, The Sound of Music. Directed and choreographed by Gary John La Rosa, with music direction by Artistic Director Michael Berkeley, The Sound of Music opens tonight, August 9 and runs through August 26, 2012. Tickets ($16-$47) are available by calling 860.364.SHOW (7469) or at www.triarts.net.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 3, 2012
The Litchfield hills are alive as TriArts Sharon Playhouse continues its 2012 season with the heartwarming family classic, The Sound of Music. Directed and choreographed by Gary John La Rosa, with music direction by Artistic Director Michael Berkeley, The Sound of Music opens August 9 and runs through August 26, 2012. Tickets ($16-$47) are available by calling 860.364.SHOW (7469) or at www.triarts.net.