Right now, a trip to New Jersey can take you to the farthest reaches of Hell's Kitchen, circa 1957. I just made that ride and I wouldn't have missed i...
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When Encores! clicks, it renders the imperfect to perfection. Do I Hear A Waltz? is a famously imperfect Broadway musical that very few ever got to see. (It ran for roughly six months, after opening in March 1965, and rarely gets revived.)
I was obsessed with New York, early on. I was watching sitcoms that were set in or around New York, like The Dick Van Dyke Show.
Two missing person mysteries recently took center stage in San Francisco. One was a contemporary drama making its debut as part of the National New Play Network's Rolling World Premiere program.
A touch of old Hollywood convened at Broadway's New York Institute of Technology's auditorium on Tuesday night for an anniversary screening of West Side Story.
This certainly isn't music to Barbra Streisand's ears.
The stage and screen veteran confirmed early this year that she was close to nailing the fil...
Barbra Streisand has confirmed her intention to tackle the role of Madame ("Mama") Rose in a second silver-screen adaptation of the venerable musical Gypsy.
Barbra Streisand may be bringing her love of Broadway and Hollywood together in a big screen revival of 'Gypsy.'
According to the New York Post, Stre...
Although I did not see the original production of West Side Story, I've been lucky to see several others.
The Big Apple Corps started out as a social organization, and continues today to offer a place where people can make friends -- and even fall in love.
In song-writing, where success is ideally a matter of fifty percent lyrics and fifty percent music, Stephen Sondheim almost always achieves the delicate balance.
How nice to have the plot of Guys and Dolls explained to me. I don't think I've seen it more than a dozen times.
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