Feb. 20, 2018
New York Times
May 2, 2017
“Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812,” an offbeat pop opera based on a slice of Tolstoy’s “War and Peace,” earned 12 Tony nominations Tuesday morning, more than any other show, capping a remarkable journey from an 87-seat Off Broadway theater to New York’s biggest stage….
The New York Times
Dec. 13, 2015
Josh Groban is a big fan of the theater. He acted at a performing arts high school, he sees plays in Los Angeles and New York, and his latest album is a set of show tune covers.
Now, in the midst of an enormously successful career as a recording artist, this baritone balladeer is preparing to make his Broadway debut….
Sept. 28, 2015
Mimi Lien is a set designer for theater, opera, and dance whose bold, immersive designs shape and extend a dramatic text’s narrative and emotional dynamics. Lien combines training in set design and architecture with an innate dramaturgical insight, and she is adept at configuring a performance space to establish particular relationships—both among the characters on stage and between the audience and the actors—that dramatize the play’s movement through space and time….
Sept. 17, 2015
Our love for this cast lasts forever. Broadway favorite Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Finding Neverland‘s Carolee Carmello, newcomer Sarah Charles Lewis and more will star in Tuck Everlasting on the Great White Way. Performances have been pushed back from the previously announced March 23, 2016 and will now begin on March 31 at the Broadhurst Theatre. The Casey Nicholaw-helmed production will open on April 26….
Sept. 2, 2015
When nominations for the 11th annual Suzi Bass Awards were announced Monday night at the Horizon Theatre, a set of musicals dominated. Aurora Theatre and Theatrical Outfit’s Memphis, David Bryan and Joe DiPietro’s Tony Award-winning production loosely based on the life of Memphis disc jockey Dewey Phillips, led with 13 bids while the Alliance Theatre’s world premiere Tuck Everlasting, based on Natalie Babbitt’s book, was right behind in second place with 12….
Aug. 25, 2015
Misty Copeland, the ballerina who was promoted in June to principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre — the first African-American actress to make that leap — made more history Aug. 25 when she joined the Broadway cast of On the Town, stepping into the role of aspiring ballet dancer Ivy Smith, the show’s elusive Miss Turnstiles. See her first bow on the Broadway stage!
Aug. 25, 2015
Misty Copeland, the ballerina who was promoted in June to principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre, joined the Broadway cast of On the Town Aug. 25, stepping into the role of aspiring ballet dancer Ivy Smith, the show’s elusive Miss Turnstiles. After her first show, the cast and some special guests celebrated with a reception at The Lamb’s Club.
January 21, 2015
The world-premiere engagement of the new musical Tuck Everlasting began previews Jan. 21 at 7:30 PM at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta. Performances are currently scheduled to continue through Feb. 22….
January 4, 2015
A revival of the beloved musical “Pippin” closes on Broadway today, but a national touring company is criss-crossing the country . . . and that warms the heart of David Pogue, who’s been a “Pippin” follower for decades….