This was Burlesque Broadway

Based on memories of burlesque by Ann Corio

An old-style burlesque show.


Hudson Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
141 W. 44th St.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 26, 2007
A memorial service will be held tomorrow, Tuesday March 27 at 2 PM at the Shubert Theatre for Darlene Wilson, Spamalot's Associate Choreographer and a former cast member.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 25, 2019
American Renaissance Theater Company (ARTC) will present the World Premiere of Mark Levine's new play Fast Food Voices. The site-specific immersive production will take place at Ryan's Daughter on the Upper East Side. The limited engagement runs April 4 - 12 and is directed by John D. McNally. The evening features a dynamic series of vignettes that highlight an eclectic mix of New Yorkers that are often ignored, forgotten, and marginalized. Fast Food Voices showcases a diverse, multi-generational cast that includes emerging talent and Broadway veterans.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 21, 2007
A memorial service will be held on Tuesday March 27 at 2 PM at the Shubert Theatre (225 West 44th Street) for Darlene Wilson, Spamalot's Associate Choreographer.
by Rachael Ellis - Feb 23, 2017
The Hudson Theatre, over its long history, has put the spotlight on some of the best in the business including Louis Armstrong, Elvis Presley, Barbra Streisand, Helen Hayes, Ethel Barrymore, Judith Anderson and many more! Now, Annaleigh Ashford and Jake Gyllenhaal are taking the stage in the revival of Sunday in the Park with George. But the venue has gone through quite the journey over the last 114 years.
by Don Grigware - Apr 9, 2018
On Friday April 6 and Saturday April 7 actress/author/minister Adrienne Barbeau brought An Evening with Adrienne Barbeau: There Are Worse Things I Could Do to the Debbie Reynolds Mainstage Theatre of the El Portal in NoHo. Playwright Brian Christopher Williams, a good personal friend of Barbeau's, moderated the evening. For 95 minutes Barbeau and Williams sat in comfortable chairs onstage and talked about her life which began in California and then moved onto New York and back. Barbeau is still youthful and beautiful at 72 and has such warmth and honesty oozing from every pore that the audience hung on every word. The evening never lagged..The time moved too quickly and an enthusiastic Q and A followed with Barbeau still beaming.