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Vivian Beaumont Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
150 West 65th St. at Broadway
by Jim Munson - Sep 27, 2019
Keith Pinto is one of those fortunate stage actors who seems to work almost constantly. If you attend Bay Area theater with any regularity, chances are you've seen him, most likely in a role that showcases his energetic performance style and talent for movement. His latest role is the iconic a?oesweet transvestitea?? Frank-N-Furter in San Jose Stage Company's new production of a?oeThe Rocky Horror Show.a?? Mr. Pinto recently chatted with BroadwayWorld about his process while he was between rehearsals.
by Joseph Baker - Oct 16, 2015
From what I've gathered, the original production of CARRIE THE MUSICAL would have been a dream project for Bialystock and Bloom, THE PRODUCERS: There's something eyebrow-raising about taking Stephen King's novel CARRIE and drenching it - not just in blood, but in music and lyrics. Evidently, Michael Gore and Dean Pitchford felt up to the task, and with a book by Lawrence D. Cohen, the musical version became a theatrical reality. However, it's a 'slippery slope' they tread: Do you play something like this 'straight' - or do you decide to go in the direction of 'camp'?
by BWW News Desk - May 2, 2007
Obie Award-winner Lisa Kron (writer, star of Well) will join the cast of the acclaimed Naked Angels production of Spalding Gray: Stories Left To Tell beginning tomorrow (Wednesday) through June 3rd at the Minetta Lane Theatre, taking on the role of 'Love' during Kathleen Chalfant's vacation.
by BWW News Desk - May 15, 2007
Author/actor Charles Busch will be the next guest actor to join the cast of the Naked Angels production of Spalding Gray: Stories Left To Tell.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 7, 2007
Spalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell, which combines the late actor-writer's monologues and stories with unpublished letters and journal entries, officially opens at the Minetta Lane Theatre March 6; previews began Feb. 20. Featuring Frank Wood, Kathleen Chalfant, Hazelle Goodman and Ain Gordon, this limited engagement will play through May 13.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 30, 2007
The Naked Angels production of Spalding Gray: Stories Left To Tell has been extended through June 10 at the Minetta Lane Theatre Rachel Dratch ('30 Rock,' 'Saturday Night Live' will appear in the show April 10-15, and current guest star Josh Lucas has extended his appearance an additional week, through April 8.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 12, 2007
Tony Award-winning stage and film star Glenn Close visited Oscar-winner Estelle Parsons in her last night performing in Spalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell at the Minetta Lane Theater.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Feb 26, 2012
I'm happy to report that director Clarke and her capable actors have delivered a well-paced, thoughtful iteration of Fawcett's work, one that is certain to promote conversation and introspection, and which TWTP audiences have taken to their collective heart. In fact, The Disappearance of Janey Jones fits perfectly into TWTP's mission of giving women their full voice via the theater arts while provoking thought and discussion through the company's continued examination of the very things in life that affect-and confound-us all.
by Richard Sasanow - Aug 26, 2013
It's a slippery slope--when an orchestra commemorates the career of a famous singer, featuring other, less well-known artists. That's exactly what the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment did last Thursday at Mostly Mozart in Alice Tully Hall. In an all-Handel concert, the group remembered its long collaboration with the late, celebrated mezzo Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, conducted by Laurence Cummings. Would the concert bring the discovery of exciting talent who had yet to make their mark in New York? Would the soloists--both unknown to me--thrill us while paying homage to the person they were celebrating, in music that she made famous? I kept wondering about this before the concert began, with feelings of expectation and exhilaration.