By Jil Picariello, ZEALnyc Theater Editor, January 12, 2017
I'm what you might call a Candide virgin. Or close, whatever that means (we've gone to th...
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Max Adrian, Louis Edmonds, Barbara Cook and Robert Rounseville
in original 1956 production
ZEALnyc, December 12, 2016
It's 1956: Dwight Eisenhower h...
Lonny Price, Ann Morrison and Jim Walton
on the stage of the Alvin (now Neil Simon) Theatre
Photo: "Best Worst Thing That Could Have Happened"
A performer of talent and promise, she died on December 3, 1999 after what Madison paints as a troubled and surprisingly mirthless fifty-seven years.
"If anyone had told me I was going to spend one day of my career in Las Vegas, much less six years, I wouldn't have believed it. But these last six years have been amazing."
Even if you haven't seen "Phantom of the Opera" before, you know what it's about: Disfigured musical genius in mask seduces innocent young opera singe...
Time was, audiences went to musicals--more often called musical comedies then--to see famous entertainers sing great songs written by first-rate lyric...
I have always been struck by the paucity of interest and support our government gives to the arts. In Obama's opinion it appears the arts have become essential to reengage our standing in the world.
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