SpongeBob Star Lilli Cooper Toplines September 1 Concert of Chemical Drive Musical Janet Krupin’s score will be performed at Feinstein’s/54 Below.
Posts published in August 2017
Modern Love: Who’s Allowed to Hold Hands? A Jamaican woman chafes at the reality that expressing affection for her wife can lead to confrontations with her fellow immigrants in New York.
Watch Laura Osnes and Corey Cott Perform “First Step’s First” An exclusive look back at the stars’ intimate performance during the Bandstand pop-up event at SubCulture August 17.
9 Former Broadway Theatres Still Visible Today Are you walking past a Broadway theatre without knowing it?
Remembering Barbara Cook, the Soprano Who Breathed New Life Into Every Lyric A personal recollection of the late Tony-winning artist through her concerts, recordings, and interviews.
From Falsettos to Finding Neverland: Celebrating Carolee Carmello on the Stage Three-time Tony Award nominee Carolee Carmello celebrates her birthday on September 1.
Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: September 1
Album: Drag Racing for Any Car: 12 Seconds of Pure Adrenaline A photographer captured the rush of “Race Your Own Ride” night at Raceway Park in New Jersey.
Big City: What Sandy Can Teach Harvey About Recovery Five years after the storm that wreaked havoc in New York, some victims are still rebuilding their homes. What can Houston learn from the city’s mistakes?
Sunday Routine: How Shelley Worrell, Creator of CaribBeing, Spends Her Sundays The creator of the Brooklyn-based Caribbean culture hub likes to garden, buy Caribbean produce and check out neighbors’ West Indian Day Parade costumes.
In Brooklyn, Challenging the Party Establishment The New Kings Democrats, formed in 2008, continue to lobby for reform with the Democratic Party and to engage more of the community.
Village Voice Lays Off 13 of 17 Union Employees The cuts are a manifestation of tensions that some staff members said have roiled the newsroom for the last few months.
About New York: A Troll in Staten Island Politics A local political operative said that fake Facebook pages were just “dirty tricks” and a time-honored practice in campaigns.
Chairwoman Steps Down at New York City Police Oversight Agency The departure of Maya Wiley, a former lawyer for Mayor Bill de Blasio, creates fresh turnover at the Civilian Complaint Review Board.
Original Barnum Backers’ Audition, Including Unheard Cut Songs, to Be Released Sept. 1 Jim Dale and Glenn Close co-starred in the 1980 Broadway musical by Cy Coleman and Michael Stewart about the life of circus showman P.T. Barnum.