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by BWW News Desk - Sep 23, 2010
Ghostlight Records continues their exciting Fall season with the announcement of the September 21st double-CD digital release of their Original Cast Recording of 'THINGS TO RUIN - The Songs of Joe Iconis.'
by BWW News Desk - Sep 20, 2010
Ghostlight Records continues their exciting Fall season with the announcement of the September 21st double-CD digital release of their Original Cast Recording of 'THINGS TO RUIN - The Songs of Joe Iconis.'
by BWW News Desk - Nov 2, 2009
Set in French Guiana, a region where on Christmas Eve the temperature has graciously dropped to 104 degrees, three amiable convicts are employed as roofers above the Ducotel's general store. The roof winds up being the least of the family's troubles.
by BWW News Desk - May 14, 2013
Today, May 14, Universal Music Enterprises (UMe) releases 16 new single-disc collections in its acclaimed ICON series from some of music's most legendary artists.
by Ben Peltz - Mar 18, 2011
Stephen Sondheim famously commented that his Sweeney Todd is an opera when performed in an opera house and a musical when performed in a theatre.  A similar comparison might be made for composer/lyricist Joe Iconis' Things To Ruin, which in the past several years has played New York engagements in a legitimate theatre (Second Stage), two quasi-theatre/music spaces (Ars Nova and the much-missed Zipper Factory) and two music venues (Joe's Pub and its current home for two more performances, (Le) Poisson Rouge).
by Monica Simoes - Mar 12, 2010
Joe Iconis headed into NYC's MSR Studios on February 28 with his band and the cast of his critically-acclaimed concert event Things To Ruin to lay down tracks for the show's forthcoming album. The recording, which will be released by Sh-K-Boom Records in Summer 2010, features a collection of songs by Kleban and Larson-winner Iconis as seen in Things To Ruin at off-Broadway's Second Stage Theatre in May 2009.
by Stephen Hanks - Jul 16, 2012
Joe Iconis is a Tony Award-winning composer in the making, but until he wins that ultimate prize he's making a few stops along the way, like tonight when he and his 'Family' perform a concert of his 'Greatest Hits' at 54 Below.