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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Stephen Sorokoff My View: Meet The New Cinderella and Madame Sunday at Noon by Suzanna Bowling

Stephen Sorokoff My View: Meet The New Cinderella and Madame Sunday at Noon: Backstage with Peter LeDonne will have Paige Faure (Cinderella) and Nancy Opel (Madame) in the studio this Sunday…

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 10:44AM

Shakespeare in Love Opens in London by Suzanna Bowling

Shakespeare in Love Opens in London: Produced by Disney and Sonia Friedman Productions and based on the Academy Award®- winning screenplay by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard, Shakespeare in Lo…

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 02:26AM
Wednesday, July 23, 2014

NYMF: The Gig, WikiMusical and Mother Jones‘ Children‘s Crusade by Suzanna Bowling

NYMF: The Gig, WikiMusical and Mother Jones‘ Children‘s Crusade: An excellent cast, decent songs and a great idea do not always a musical make.

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 11:45PM

Tom Dugan is Simon Wiesenthal by Suzanna Bowling

Tom Dugan is Simon Wiesenthal: Tom Dugan, has written and stars in Wiesenthal, a one-man play about Simon Wiesenthal.

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 08:17AM

Nellie McKay Is a Girl Named Bill by Suzanna Bowling

Nellie McKay Is a Girl Named Bill: Nellie McKay recently finished an extended run in the off-Broadway hit Old Hats (winner of the Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Alternative Theatrical …

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 05:00AM
Tuesday, July 22, 2014

NYMF: Deployed….Should be Revoked by Suzanna Bowling

NYMF: Deployed....Should be Revoked: In writing a musical about the Iraq War one must consider the different sides and the not drift off to the maudlin.

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 09:00PM

The New York Innovative Theatre Foundation Announces Their 2014 Nominees by Suzanna Bowling

The New York Innovative Theatre Foundation Announces Their 2014 Nominees: The New York Innovative Theatre Foundation, the organization who for the past 10 years has been dedicated to celebra…

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 08:00PM

Stephen Sorokoff My View: Breaking the Code at Barrington Stage by Suzanna Bowling

Stephen Sorokoff My View: Breaking the Code at Barrington Stage: It was ironic that Mark H. Dold, who so expertly portrayed Alan Touring in Barrington Stage’s production of Breaking the C…

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 09:18AM
Sunday, July 20, 2014

NYMF: Academia Nuts is Just Crazy Enough to Make it by Suzanna Bowling

NYMF: Academia Nuts is Just Crazy Enough to Make it: Academia Nuts borders on Spelling Bee and Smile with just a touch of every after-school special about high school moms who go over the to…

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 01:38AM

NYMF: Bayonets of Angst by Suzanna Bowling

NYMF: Bayonets of Angst: Looking for the dumb and dumber version of NYMF?

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 01:27AM
Thursday, July 17, 2014

Malcolm Gets Closer Than Ever at 54 Below by Suzanna Bowling

Malcolm Gets Closer Than Ever at 54 Below: Tony nominee Malcolm Gets is thrilled to make his 54 Below debut!

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 05:13PM

Here’s to the Lady Who Lunched Good-Bye Elaine Stritch by Suzanna Bowling

Here's to the Lady Who Lunched Good-Bye Elaine Stritch: Elaine Stritch left The Carlyle Hotel to live a more peaceful life at her home in Birmingham, Michigan.

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 03:23PM

Lillias White The Interview Before Her Return to 54 Below For Her Birthday by Suzanna Bowling

Lillias White The Interview Before Her Return to 54 Below For Her Birthday: After taking 54 Below by storm this spring, Lillias White returns with a brand new show.

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 03:53AM
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Stephen Sorokoff My View: Backstage with Peter LeDonne This Sunday at 12 Noon by Suzanna Bowling

Stephen Sorokoff My View: Backstage with Peter LeDonne This Sunday at 12 Noon: Richard Maltby, Jr. will be this Sundays guest on Backstage with Peter LaDonne.

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 04:36PM

Hedwig Makes Back it’s Money by Suzanna Bowling

Hedwig Makes Back it's Money: Hedwig and the Angry Inch starring Tony Award winning Neil Patrick Harris and Lena Hall has recouped it's investment and now whatever they make is gravy.

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 11:04AM

Richard Skipper Celebrates Penny Fuller by Suzanna Bowling

Richard Skipper Celebrates Penny Fuller: In Celebrating Penny Fuller’s stellar career, she will be sharing the stage with Richard Skipper recounting a 50+ year career in theater, televisio…

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 10:44AM
Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Rocky Has Been Knocked Out of The Ring by Suzanna Bowling

Rocky Has Been Knocked Out of The Ring: The Broadway musical Rocky is hanging up its gloves after being battered at the box office.

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 08:33PM

Fireworks May Hit Broadway With Katy Perry in Clueless the Musical by Suzanna Bowling

Fireworks May Hit Broadway With Katy Perry in Clueless the Musical: Broadway is roaring with the buzz about pop star Katy Perry taking on the Clueless role of Cher Horowitz is a good-natured…

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 10:16AM
Monday, July 14, 2014

Atomic The Musical Is So Intelligent The Times Will Murder It by Suzanna Bowling

Atomic The Musical Is So Intelligent The Times Will Murder It: The story seems unlikely, but, Atomic the Musical that opened tonight at the Acorn Theater on Theater Row, is intelligent, thou…

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 12:05PM

NYMF: The Mapmaker’s Opera Needs a Better Map by Suzanna Bowling

NYMF: The Mapmaker’s Opera Needs a Better Map: The Mapmaker’s Opera is an interesting piece based on the novel of the same name by Béa Gonzalez and is being presented by Stella Entertai…

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 11:46AM

NYMF: Searching for Romeo Has An Audience by Suzanna Bowling

NYMF: Searching for Romeo Has An Audience: Searching for Romeo needs to be commended for overcoming adversity.

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 11:39AM

A Time Gone By With Laura Pedersen and Ludovica Villar-Hauser by Suzanna Bowling

A Time Gone By With Laura Pedersen and Ludovica Villar-Hauser: This Will All Be Yours, is a new play with music running July 14 - Aug.10th as part of The Midtown International Theatre Festiv…

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 03:35AM

Extended At NYMF Yet Again Fable by Suzanna Bowling

Extended At NYMF Yet Again Fable: H. S. Kaufman (Book) and Christopher Anselmo (Music and Lyrics) are twenty year-old artists who have written Fable, a highly anticipated and groundbreaking …

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 02:56AM

NYMF: Jay Thomas and Somewhere With You by Suzanna Bowling

NYMF: Jay Thomas and Somewhere With You: Somewhere With You is a country-rock musical with music by country song writer JT Harding and features many of his hit songs made famous by Kenny Che…

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 01:07AM

Kate Shindle Discusses Her Role in Revolution In the Elbow of Ragnar Agnarsson Furniture Painter and Her New Book by Suzanna Bowling

Kate Shindle Discusses Her Role in Revolution In the Elbow of Ragnar Agnarsson Furniture Painter and Her New Book: Kate Shindle is an American actress, singer, book writer, AIDS activist and…

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 12:57AM
Sunday, July 13, 2014

The Wind Will Sweep You Away at Wayra by Suzanna Bowling

The Wind Will Sweep You Away at Wayra: Fuerza Bruta: Wayra, the new installment at the Daryl Roth Theater, is part “Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon” and part mild Cirque du Soleil.

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 11:30AM

NYMF: Coming of Age and Finding Oneself by Suzanna Bowling

NYMF: Coming of Age and Finding Oneself: I am vision, I am hope, I am promise of the future. I am every girl who knows how her life will be.

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 11:24AM
Saturday, July 12, 2014

Contemporary Theatre of Dallas’ New York Debut Is A Lone Star by Suzanna Bowling

Contemporary Theatre of Dallas' New York Debut Is A Lone Star: I just do not understand why the Contemporary Theatre of Dallas' chose their New York City off-Broadway debut at Theatre Row's …

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 05:26PM

NYMF: Rescue Rue is Top Dog by Suzanna Bowling

NYMF: Rescue Rue is Top Dog: The first show I saw at The New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) was by accident and in accidents good things happen.

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 04:54PM

T2C Talks To NYMF’s Honorary Chair and Director Extraordinaire Jack O’Brien by Suzanna Bowling

T2C Talks To NYMF's Honorary Chair and Director Extraordinaire Jack O'Brien: Jack O'Brien is a producer, writer and lyricist.

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 06:22AM

Cady Huffman Discusses Her Role in Revolution In the Elbow of Ragnar Agnarsson Furniture Painter by Suzanna Bowling

Cady Huffman Discusses Her Role in Revolution In the Elbow of Ragnar Agnarsson Furniture Painter: Cady Huffman first came to Broadway as a replacement cast member in the hit musical La Cage …

SOURCE: Times Square Chronicles at 06:04AM

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