Tuesday, November 26, 2013

The Pearl Theatre in Las Vegas by Admin

Las Vegas is of course well known for its gambling. However, it has also become a top spot for other forms of entertainment as well. In fact, many gambling casinos have become part of larger…

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Sunday, October 6, 2013

WaveFest: Go West! by John Paul Karliak

“WaveFest: Go West!” – A series of theatrical shorts about the SoCal experience. 15 pieces, 15 playwrights, 5 plays a night over 6 weekends. Wave One – September 7th, 8th, 14th &…

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Friday, April 19, 2013

Elaine Stritch Isn’t Leaving New York Quietly… And We Wouldn’t Want it Any Other Way! by Derrick Jones

Elaine Stritch Isn’t Leaving New York Quietly And we wouldn’t want it any other way If April hasn’t already been declared “Elaine Stritch Month” in New York, it should be. After se…

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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

The Grand Irrationality by Michael Donatich

The first thing you notice when watching The Grand Irrationality, despite the Los Angeles location of The Lost Studio, is the very British setting of the play. That would be due to the fact …

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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Smash: The Complete 1st Season on DVD by Dan Deevy

*please note the actual release date for this set is Jan 8, 2013 A lot of new television shows come and go without so much as a single wave in pop culture being made; Smash, on the other han…

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Monday, November 5, 2012

Gates McFadden Interview for The Fisherman’s Wife by Dan Deevy

Written By: Rocco Passafuime RoccoPassafuime@TheCinemaSource.com 25 years ago, Gates McFadden scored an opportunity to be a part of one of Hollywood’s biggest franchises with the TV series…

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Friday, October 26, 2012

The Fisherman’s Wife by Dan Deevy

At a time when we can create almost anything we can imagine through the wonder of CGI, it’s nice every now and then to get back to the basics of storytelling. And what could be more basic …

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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

The Little Dog Laughed by Admin

The Little Dog Laughed premiered back in 2007, as written by Douglas Carter Beane who is perhaps best known for penning To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, and has been nominated for a Tony …

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Sunday, August 12, 2012

Donna / Madonna by John Paul Karliak by Admin

Donna/Madonna is a 70 minute one-act from Writer/Performer John Paul Karliak, as seen at the Lyric Theatre on July 24th without intermission. In his opening, Karliak explains how he entertai…

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Saturday, August 4, 2012

Brent Spiner to Dream the Impossible Dream? by Cheryl Hufnagle

Brent Spiner, of Star Trek: The Next Generation fame, wants to bring the classic musical Man of La Mancha back to the New York or London stage, he said in an interview with The Cinema Source…

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Thursday, May 17, 2012

Anna Haas Talks “Crazy Is,” Birth Control and Broadway Roles by Carey Purcell

Former lovers of Anna Haas, beware. You may turn on the radio soon and hear a song that sounds a little too familiar. The 27 year old singer-songwriter from Nasvhille, Tennessee, whose album…

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Sunday, May 13, 2012

The Caretaker by Carey Purcell

“He wasn’t even listening,” a lonely man says when he realizes another has secretly slipped out the door while he was talking. This could be read as a matter-of-fact statement, but whe…

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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

2012 Tony Award Nominations – Josh Young, Norm Lewis, Jeremy Jordan, Michael Cerveris and More Talk to the Press by Carey Purcell

The 2012 Tony Award Nominations were announced on Tuesday, May 1. On Wednesday, May 2nd the nominees met with the press to discuss their reactions to being nominated. Da’Vine Joy Randolph,…

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Leap of Faith by Carey Purcell

And on the seventh day, God made Raul Esparza. Unfortunately, even he cannot perform miracles, as proven by Leap of Faith, the latest film-to-musical adaptation to hit Broadway. With songs b…

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Saturday, May 5, 2012

Brendan Griffin Talks about Clybourne Park’s Journey to Broadway by Carey Purcell

Good news for all the chatterboxes out there: there is one actor on Broadway who doesn’t mind if you’re loud in the audience. Brendan Griffin, currently making his Broadway debut in Bruc…

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Nice Work If You Can Get It by Carey Purcell

One of the more amusing moments of Nice Work If You Can Get It occurs when Eileen Evergreen, a rich, spoiled woman played by Jennifer Laura Thompson is relaxing in her bathtub (for what she …

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Don’t Dress for Dinner by Carey Purcell

“It’s all beige,” the woman next to me sighed when the curtain rose on the set of Don’t Dress for Dinner. Little did she know that John Lee Beatty’s set would be the least of her c…

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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

The Columnist by Carey Purcell

There are few noises that sound as hopeful or as ominous as the clicking of keys on a typewriter, which makes it an appropriate noise for the opening scene of David Auburn’s historical…

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Monday, April 30, 2012

Ghost by Carey Purcell

Lines are blurred at Ghost, the synthetic video game of a musical currently in performances at the Lunt-Fontanne Theater. These are not the lines between life and death, but rather between t…

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A Streetcar Named Desire by Carey Purcell

“I was sort of thrilled by it,” Stella says of her husband Stanley’s display of brutal strength on their wedding night. The same could be said of my response to the latest …

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Thursday, April 26, 2012

One Man, Two Guv’nors by Carey Purcell

Theatre-goers, you have been warned. If you have entered the Music Box Theater to see the new comedy One Man, Two Guv’nors, you are in for much more than just watching a show. You may beco…

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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Clybourne Park by Carey Purcell

“It’s all right. Nothing’s broken.” That statement is spoken during Clybourne Park, currently in performances at the Walter Kerr Theater. Triumphantly arriving on Broadway after a ro…

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Sunday, April 22, 2012

The Three Sisters by Carey Purcell

Whoever said Russians are cold-hearted creatures hasn’t seen The Three Sisters. The new staging from the Maly Drama Theater of St. Petersburg, Russia, which can be seen at the Harvey Theat…

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Saturday, April 21, 2012

Lauren Elder Talks Broadway, Ukuleles and Getting Naked by Carey Purcell

Lauren Elder’s path to songwriting did not begin with a brilliant moment of inspiration or shattering heartbreak. Instead, her introduction to playing the ukulele and writing her own music…

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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Peter and the Starcatcher by Carey Purcell

In the years that have passed since childhood, the magic of a bedtime story has not faded. In fact, its seemingly mystical ability to transform and delight might have grown. And an opportuni…

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End of the Rainbow by Carey Purcell

It’s a love story, but not the kind you would expect to find on Broadway. Peter Quilter’s play End of the Rainbow, which visits Judy Garland close to the end of her life, is a disturbing…

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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Naked Boys Singing! by Paulwinkler

Taking on multiple roles and "showing-off" their best assets, each boy has a moment to shine in this brand new production.

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Saturday, April 14, 2012

Evita by Carey Purcell

“Who would underestimate the actress now?” is asked of the titular character in the revival of Evita, currently in performances at the Marquis Theater. Well, one person, at least. That w…

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Friday, April 13, 2012

The Mikado by Carey Purcell

It almost felt wrong to laugh this much at an opera. Sure, The Mikado, by Gilbert and Sullivan, is a comedy, but the performance by The Collegiate Chorale at Carnegie Hall on Monday night, f…

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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

The Best Man by Carey Purcell

The times they are a-changing’ – at least in some ways. In others, they have not changed at all. While America may be steeped in nostalgia for “the good old days” and “the grea…

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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

“Nice Work If You Can Get It” – Kelli O’Hara talks Mean Girls and “The Mikado” by Carey Purcell

I would never associate Kelli O’Hara with Mean Girls. The actress, who has been performing on Broadway since 2000, is known for her blonde hair, big smile and warm, lilting soprano. In man…

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