Michael Lee Brown, Mallory Bechtel, Catlin Houlahan, and Jelani Remy Join High School Musical Trilogy Concert Rise star Damon J. Gillespie will also take part in the November 3 concert at Feinstein’s/54 Below.
Posts published in September 2018
Star Kerry Washington and Director Kenny Leon On Their Intimate Collaboration for Broadway’s American Son Tony Award–winning director Kenny Leon and Emmy-nominated actor Kerry Washington deliver authenticity and artistry in the new American play.
From Ballet to Broadway With Dancer Craig Salstein The former American Ballet Theatre principal dancer recently made his Broadway debut in Carousel and talks about working in both dance worlds.
Conor Ryan, Lesli Margherita, and Tamika Lawrence Join Skivvies Halloween Hootenany Get dressed up for Halloween and join the October 31 concert at The Green Room 42.
Democrats Turned Up in Record Numbers. But One Man Held All the Power. At a Brooklyn Democratic county committee meeting, progressives tried to exert muscle, but 500 proxy votes ensured wins for the county boss.
Grace Notes: The Bells of St. Martin’s Fall Silent as Churches in Harlem Struggle Two Harlem churches have buildings that have deteriorated. They also own nearby brownstones or vacant lots. Now they are debating whether to sell some of their…
The Sons of the Desert Are True Fanatics (for Old Comedy) Local members of the Laurel and Hardy movie fan club are hoping a new biopic will swell their aging ranks.
To Flip the State Senate, Democrats Eye a Republican Redoubt. In Brooklyn. With Republicans holding a one-vote edge in the Senate, Democrats are focused on unseating Martin Golden, the last Republican senator in Brooklyn.
Broadway-Bound Tootsie Musical, Starring Santino Fontana, Opens in Chicago The musical adaptation of Tootsie, featuring a score by The Band’s Visit Tony winner David Yazbek and book by Robert Horn, opens in Chicago September 30.
From the Archives: A Conversation with The Heiress’s Cherry Jones Playbill looks back to when Jones, currently on Broadway in The Lifespan of a Fact, first broke out in her Tony-winning turn in The Heiress.
Seth Rudetsky On Being This Year’s Best in Shows Honoree “The Mayor of Broadway” talks about being honored by Bill and Dorothy Berloni at the fifth annual event October 15.
What the Constitution Means to Me Opens September 30 Off-Broadway Heidi Schreck’s play opens New York Theatre Workshop’s 2018–2019 season following an acclaimed premiere last summer.
Broadway-Bound Be More Chill Ends Off-Broadway Run September 30 The Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz musical plays its final performance at the Signature Center before heading to Broadway in 2019.
Panic in Central Park: Noise at Global Citizen Festival Was Fallen Barrier, Not Gunshots The sound sent the crowd into a panic, but there were no shots fired, the police said. The concert resumed on Saturday night.
Boy, 4, Thrown to His Death From Brooklyn Building, Police Say The boy was pronounced dead outside his Brooklyn apartment building and his brother, 20, was expected to be charged in connection with his death, the police said.