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The Camel's Back - 1923 - Broadway


Vanderbilt Theatre

(New York, NY)
148 West 48th St.
by Carolan Trbovich - Sep 30, 2019
The Players Centre Goes Technicolor for 90th Birthday
by Krista Garver - Sep 20, 2016
It seems like every time a previously docile animal, like a pet dog or an animal at the zoo, does something unexpectedly awful (usually in the form of harming a person), we hear things like, 'I don't know what happened. He's never been aggressive before.' When it's a person who commits a terrible act of violence, we say they 'just snapped.' In any case, we generally have the idea that one day someone is fine and the next day they just lose it.
by Stage Tube - May 11, 2015
When artists get together, magic happens. When they get together for social issues, change happens. That is what Daniel J. Watts (Whorl Inside A Loop, After Midnight), Wilkie Ferguson (Porgy n' Bess, Post Modern Jukebox), and Nicholas Christopher (Motown, Whorl Inside A Loop) hope to achieve upon the release of a new track and concept video entitled Another One. Check it out below!
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 1, 2017
On Tuesday, May 30th, Queens Theatre will host 'Queens Pride at 25', an event making the opening of a one week exhibition of photos, video and film of 25 years of Queens Pride by Richard Shpuntoff.
by Student Blogger: Annie Coulson - Jun 29, 2020
When the time came to pick which musical I was to write about for my NYU outsider class, I combined my two classes and loves and landed on one of my favorite musicals, Parade.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 20, 2020
Julien's Auctions' marquee two-day music auction event MUSIC ICONS culminated today in a world record-breaking sale of one of the most recognized and important guitars in Rock 'N' Roll history: the acoustic-electric guitar played by Kurt Cobain during Nirvana's acclaimed MTV Unplugged performance.
by Lynn Beaver - Jun 15, 2018
Different Stages has a reputation for bringing excellent theatre to the Austin stage and THE BOOK OF LIZ is no different. Supreme silliness and laughs galore fill the performance space at Trinity Street Theatre for the space 90 minutes of great, quirky entertainment.
by Kayt MacMaster - Jul 9, 2013
Zustiak's trilogy The Painted Bird is rare in the sense that it is as intimate as a personal narrative and as authentic as historical nonfiction. Collaboratively, The Painted Bird is a genius production. The full experience is accessed because of the multi-dimensional approach to dance theater production - superb lighting, brilliant musical composition, skillful and straightforward performers, and authentic costuming. Essentially, Zustiak conveys many visions as one vision. He tells many stories in few words.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jul 20, 2017
BWW speaks to Stuart Black about his 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe show It's the End of the World as We Know It.
by Jared Reynolds - Jul 14, 2019
'Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike' is one of those shows that has the potential to make you laugh, cry, cheer, jeer, sympathize, and feel hopeful and uncomfortable all within the span of a single conversation. It takes a tight cast and crew to capitalize on that potential, and TheatreWorks New Milford made the grade.
by Anton Anderssen - Aug 2, 2013
An atheist, womanizing, 316-pound communist spy brought controversy to Detroit when he painted murals on the walls of the newly constructed Detroit Institute of Arts in 1931. Workers in gas masks making poisonous effluvium, ugly women posed topless, doctors and scientists posing with a child in a mock nativity scene; ahh ... this is art - the art of Diego Rivera.
by Bryan-Keyth Wilson - Apr 13, 2015
Pompoms, popularity, sorority life and a mid-life crisis are just the tip of the iceberg in VANITIES, the musical. VANITIES, a play by Jack Heifner, opened Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons in New York in 1976. The cast included Kathy Bates as Joanne, Jane Galloway as Kathy and Susan Merson as Mary. In 1981, the play was taped and televised on HBO starring Annette O'Toole, Meredith Baxter Birney and Shelley Hack. Needless to say, this script is powerful. The musical was adapted by Jack Heifner with music and lyrics by David Kirshenbaum. When a popular play is transformed into a musical, I am doubtful, but this musical had its moments.