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A Broadway Salute to Richard Rodgers on His 100th Birthday

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by Student Blogger: Alexandra Boccone - Sep 24, 2021
I was instructed to write my reflection in this format: favorite character, song, actor/actress, and production. While many of the shows my teacher told me to listen to were ones I was familiar with, it brought me great joy to explore musicals I have yet to discover then.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 14, 2021
MPAC features a robust lineup of classic pop, contemporary and rock in October as it continues its return to full capacity events.
by Elliot Lanes - Sep 14, 2021
While Labor Day weekend marked the unofficial end of summer it also marked Signature Theatre’s return to presenting LIVE entertainment. In this case, it was not in the cozy confines of their home in Shirlington but at the Filene Center at Wolf Trap. The concert entitled Broadway in the Park marked the first of what we hope to be many collaborations between these two giants of the arts organizations.
by Stephen Mosher - Sep 14, 2021
The winners have been chosen, the EP has been recorded, and the next contest winners have been chosen... but there's some unfinished business: the concert! Last night was the night and it was a night to remember.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 4, 2021
The Coral Springs Center for the Arts today announced “The Real Deal” concert series featuring two actual superstar legends from the 1960s: Blood Sweat & Tears, and Herman's Hermits Starring Peter Noone with Special Guest Gary Puckett & The Union Gap.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 21, 2021
Spencer Howard and Kate Rockwell have a new company to promote and that led to a wonderful evening of musical entertainment at Birdland this week.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 13, 2021
Lantern Theater Company announced today that its world premiere digital production of Me and the Devil, the Lantern's first collaboration with nationally prominent director and playwright Steve H. Broadnax III, will extend its streaming run through Sunday, November 21, 2021, to meet audience demand.
by Gigi Gervais - Oct 11, 2021
Stars of the Sixties, a reunion of four of the biggest hit-makers of the 60s, is coming to Madison for an unforgettable event. Tickets are already on sale for this one-night-only concert.
by Peter Nason - Nov 27, 2021
The most important figure in musical theatre history is gone; let's celebrate his life by listening to his incredible works. Reviewer Peter Nason gets you started by listing his choices for the 91 greatest Sondheim songs.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 23, 2021
Paul Kelly has released an extraordinary 22-song double album that travels across the centuries, from a Latin hymn to well-known carols, from a traditional Irish folk ballad to songs with an unmistakable local flavor, and more.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 2, 2021
See The reigning Queen of funk, soul, and R&B—and ten-time GRAMMY winner—Chaka Khan with special guest Leela James this weekend at either NJPAC on Saturday, November 6, at 8:00 p.m. or Kings Theatre on Sunday, November 7th at 7:00 p.m.
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 19, 2021
A prestigious learning institution and a crackerjack impresario make for a great night of cabaret.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 16, 2021
The Lantern’s first collaboration with nationally prominent director and playwright Steve H. Broadnax III, this world premiere play with music shows the dramatic confrontation between the great American blues musician Robert Johnson and the Devil from whom, legend has it, Johnson received his extraordinary talent.
by Michael Major - Nov 12, 2021
“Stretchy Pants” was written by Carrie Underwood, Hillary Lindsey and Chris DeStefano, the songwriting combo who have written such hits as Underwood’s “Little Toy Guns” and “Smoke Break.”  Their most recent collaboration, “Favorite Time Of Year,” appears on Underwood’s My Gift (Special Edition).
by Stephen Mosher - May 6, 2022
With a special group of galpals for life, Andrea McArdle is at 54 Below celebrating a time, just a few years back, when she and her girls were having the time of their lives.
by Marissa Tomeo - May 4, 2022
The first museum exhibition of its kind, Regeneration: Black Cinema 1898–1971 opens at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on August 21, 2022. It offers the public a chance to learn more about how Black performers and filmmakers have helped define cinema in the United States. The exhibition explores the achievements and challenges of both independent production and the studio system, from cinema’s infancy in the 1890s through the height of the civil rights movement. Regeneration features rarely seen excerpts of films restored by the Academy Film Archive, as well as other narrative films and documentaries; newsreels and home movies; photographs; scripts; drawings; costumes; equipment; posters; and historical materials, such as entrance tickets, note cards, and telegrams; along with augmented reality experiences (AR) designed specifically for the exhibition.
by Michael Major - May 4, 2022
The new album features tracks from Phantom of the Opera, West Side Story, Porgy & Bess, Rent, Annie, Sweeney Todd, the Lion King, Dear Evan Hansen, and Hamilton. One of the 14 songs on The Soul of Broadway – Deluxe Album is a very special duet of “What About Love” from The Color Purple with Keala Settle (This Is Me, The Greatest Showman).
by Stephi Wild - May 3, 2022
Oliver Ragsdale, Jr., President and CEO of the Carr Center, the legacy Black arts presenter located in the heart of Detroit's downtown cultural district, today announces that multi-award-winning dancer, choreographer, actor, and director Debbie Allen will once again oversee The Carr's Summer Dance Intensive program for a fourth year.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 20, 2021
Gabe Dixon got his start as a teenager playing keyboards professionally around Nashvillle, before studying classical piano at the University of Miami and launching the Gabe Dixon Band with his then roommate Jano Rix (The Wood Brothers).
by A.A. Cristi - May 2, 2022
Stars of the Sixties presents HERMAN'S HERMITS Starring PETER NOONE at Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall at FSW on Thursday, October 27, 2022 at 7:30PM.
by Marissa Tomeo - May 1, 2022
Today, songwriter Pete Muller has shared a new video for his song “The Other Side,” the latest single from his upcoming record Spaces. “‘The Other Side’ is a highlight of our live set, and we usually get a lot of people singing along with us on the chorus,” writes Muller. “The song is about doing everything you can to get a grumpy partner back to a better frame of mind, and the benefits that might ensue to both of you from doing that. ‘Something good is waiting on the other side!’”
by Joseph Harrison - Mar 6, 2022
There’s something special about being the first audiences to see a new musical. For a musical theatre nerd like me, it is a thrill that is practically unmatched. And since I don’t live in New York City or thereabouts anymore, it is not something that happens that often. Which is why I was excited to be sitting in the audience for the first performance of an original musical, GORGEOUS, at the Renaissance Theatre Company. As Donald Rupe, Artistic Director and Co-founder of the Renaissance Theatre Company and creator (Book/Music/Lyrics) of GORGEOUS, shared during his curtain speech, the Ren aims to produce new and original theatre in Central Florida and beyond. And I am confident to say, as evidenced by this hilarious, irreverent and entertaining production, that mission is being lived out well by this not-even-a-year-old company, with a level of talent and passion that could hold its own with some of the most established theatres in the country.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 31, 2021
Home Town Takeover will feature celebrity guests who lend their talents to the town’s overhaul. These include: Grammy Award® winning, music megastar Sheryl Crow who will dazzle fans with an intimate main street concert; and more.
by Marina Kennedy - Mar 30, 2022
Check out the over 75 events that are incredibly engaging in the greater Philadelphia area.  Mark your calendars for theatre, music, food event, festivals and so much more that are happening through the end of 2022.  Make Philly your all-season’s destination and start planning.
by Amanda Prahl - Mar 29, 2021
Far from being musical heresy, R&H Goes Pop! instead serves as a reminder of how Rodgers and Hammerstein were at the forefront of musical theatre during their time, and how their music is truly timeless.
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 27, 2022
The leader of the Latinx cabaret and concert community is making some big moves these days.
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 7, 2021
The West Bank Cafe continues to bring interesting, diverse, and entertaining nightclub entertainers in to perform for their patrons, and Sunday night was an evening of variety... in fact, it was like two Variety TV Shows back to back.
by Nuria Pedret - Jun 28, 2021
Con motivo del aniversario del compositor americano, que es uno de los únicos EGOT, queremos hacer un repaso de sus obras más conocidas.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 22, 2021
SJ Presents announces Chaka Khan with Special Guest Leela James on Sunday, November 7, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. You know it's going to be a party when Chaka Khan hits the stage!
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 19, 2021
Singer-songwriter Lauren Marcus has a unique voice as an artist and at her 54 Below debut last night, she brought the house down and brought home some new fans.
by Gil Kaan - Jun 10, 2021
The Fountain Theatre will inaugurate their new outdoor stage with Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ 2014 Obie Award-winning AN OCTOROON, with previews beginning June 11, 2021. Judith Moreland directs the cast of Leea Ayers, Matthew Hancock, Mara Klein, Hazel Lozano, Rob Nagle, Kacie Rogers, Vanessa Claire Stewart and Pam Trotter. Between final rehearsals, Matthew, who plays the playwright’s alter-ego among other characters, made some time to answer a few of my inquiries.
by TV News Desk - Jun 10, 2021
Dixon has previously shared two tracks from the album – the blissful debut single “Something Good” and the soulful title track “Lay It On Me.”
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 9, 2021
Harrington, Delaware's Dutchman have arrived, and this four piece are on the 'Run Run Run' with this, their new single - available now.
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 23, 2021
The singer-songwriter with the voice of gold debuts her first solo show in New York twice in one weekend, starting tonight... and she has a lot to say with the music she has chosen to introduce herself to the city. And it's all beautiful.
by Cindy Marcolina - Feb 4, 2022
The last time we had a chat with Michele Austin we lived in a different world. It was 2019 and we were talking about The Hunt at the Almeida. It's shocking to think how much everything has changed since then. Now she's reprising her role in Jamie Lloyd's Cyrano de Bergerac starring alongside James McAvoy. 
by Michael Major - Dec 7, 2021
Since it was released last month, Wisdom Tooth has already amassed 300,000+ streams and topped various playlists around the globe. Wallice first made her mark with debut single ‘Punching Bag’ late last year. Wallice will then tour North America in January with Still Woozy, check out the new tour dates now!
by Bobby Patrick - Dec 6, 2021
You see my dear ones, in the end, it’s all in his singing. Moss has one of those rare tonal qualities that can only be described as, “A tear in the voice” and it is this heartfelt vulnerability that draws you into his music as he travels from Hilariousville to Haunting Town and back again.
by Gil Kaan - Dec 3, 2021
The national tour of THE BAND’S VISIT has landed in Los Angeles at the Dolby Theatre. The opening night audience gave the all-round talented cast a most deserved standing ovation. I had the pleasure of chatting with Joe Joseph (who’s silky vocals inhabit the character of Haled) the afternoon post-opening night.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 16, 2021
Running from January 13 to February 5, 2022, To  Save and Project: The 18th MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation includes more than 60 newly preserved features and shorts from 19 countries, many having world or  North American premieres and presented in original versions not seen since their initial  theatrical releases.
by Rosanna Liuski - Dec 12, 2021
'I’m never in a situation where I’m thinking that now I’m gonna direct a pause. I answer the same way as in the previous one that if it makes sense to me then I let it be. But if it doesn’t make sense I start discussing with the actor why are you doing like this? What are you thinking, what are you feeling? And then you go through that' - Harjanne
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 6, 2021
Did you miss some of the many, many musical theatre references on Schmigadooon? We've got you covered! Find out where you first heard those references to Brigadoon, The Music Man, Oklahoma!, and more.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 6, 2021
Terron Brooks, two-time NAACP Award-nominated singer-songwriter, actor and writer announces the release of his new single “Something's Coming,” now available for download. (https://orcd.co/somethingscoming)
by James Lindhorst - Aug 4, 2021
Tonight, the classic musical, The Sound of Music, opened as the second offering of The Muny’s 103rd season. According to the show’s director, Matt Kunkel, The Sound of Music, is a show about love of God, family, and country. Kunkel is helming his first full scale production after serving as a Muny directing intern during college. In a previous interview, he told Broadway World that this production would strive to give people what they remember from the movie while staying true to the original theatrical source material. To connect to the movie, this production included the songs ‘Something Good’ and ‘I Have Confidence’ that were written for the film.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 29, 2021
Scotty Productions, in association with Pop Rock Doo Wopp Live, presents Herman's Hermits Starring Peter Noone on October 23 at 7:30 p.m.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 6, 2021
Terron Brooks, two-time NAACP Award nominated singer-songwriter, actor and writer announces the release of his new inspirational single 'Tomorrow,' available for download May 7.
by Michael Quintos - Apr 27, 2022
THE SOUND OF MUSIC's built-in charm and charisma is indeed very much present in McCoy Rigby Entertainment's latest stage iteration of this classic stage production, now playing at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts through May 15, 2022. Filled with visually-captivating production values, a gorgeous-sounding orchestral sound, and an overall, infectiously winning spirit, this new production is a fun, pleasantly nostalgic throwback to the old-fashioned Broadway book musical.
by Carian Lynée Parker - Apr 21, 2022
Terron Brooks is a powerhouse vocalist and best known for his critically acclaimed role as the great Eddie Kendricks in the Emmy Award-winning NBC mini-series The Temptations. He is no stranger to the Broadway stage; performing in The Lion King and Hairspray. He was featured in the World Premieres of Sleepless in Seattle: The Musical and First Wives Club: The Musical. For his role as Daddy Brubeck in Sweet Charity, Terron earned an Ovation Award nomination. We sat down with two-time NAACP Award nominee to talk about his new album, The Soul of Broadway (Deluxe Album).
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 19, 2021
“Something Good To Miss” is the lead single off the duo’s self-titled EP, which will be released in early June.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 15, 2021
“‘Something Good’ is about that feeling you get when you just know it’s gonna be a good night,” explains Dixon. “It’s about going out and having a good time with your friends, something we’d all love to do more of these days.”