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April in Paris Photos

by BWW News Desk - Apr 18, 2019
Barry Bostwick (Tony Award winner; Brad in The Rocky Horror Picture Show); Laraine Newman (original cast of Saturday Night Live); Dana Gould (The Simpsons); Maggie Wheeler (Friends); Marcia Rodd (Tony nominee); and Lynne Stewart (Pee Wee's Playhouse) are among the cast of the April 16 edition of The Pack at the Pico.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 5, 2018
The Broadway at Birdland concert series was proud to once again present singer/pianist Steve Ross in a new show called "An American In Paris" on Monday, October 1.
by Walter McBride - Sep 20, 2017
Three-time Olivier Award winner Maria Friedman makes her Feinstein's/54 Below solo debut this fall with shows, continuing September 20, 21, 22, and 23 at 7pm.
by Stephen Sorokoff - Oct 14, 2015
GRAMMY Award-winning jazz vocalist Kurt Elling made his Cafe Carlyle debut last night with Elling Swings Sinatra and BroadwayWorld was there. 
by Shari Barrett - Apr 7, 2014
On the first Sunday of each month, Bruce Kimmel's Kritzerland Records' presents a supper club musical cabaret at Sterling's Upstairs at the Federal in NoHo. Sunday, April 6, 2014, the group celebrated its two-year anniversary with THESE APRIL FOOLISH THINGS with not only foolish songs but ones having to do with Spring or the month of April in general.
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Mar 23, 2011
The Town Hall's critically acclaimed Broadway by the Year's®11th Season continues with The Broadway Musicals of 1932, a year that brought us famous shows by musical theater icons such as Kern and Hammerstein (Music in the Air), Irving Berlin, (Face the Music), Cole Porter (Gay Divorce) and Dietz and Schwarz (Flying Colors), among others. Produced by The Town Hall, The Broadway Musicals of 1932 was created, written and hosted by Scott Siegel. Siegel took the audience on a musical travelogue, exploring the history of the Great White Way and providing social anecdotes while showcasing the beloved hits and lesser-known gems from the golden age of Broadway. The show was directed by Scott Coulter and choreographed by Jeffry Denman, who both performed in the show as well. Ross Patterson was the musical director. BroadwayWorld was on hand as usual and brings you photo coverage below!