Monday, January 24, 2022

New Law Could Reduce Pay Inequity On Broadway by Marc Hershberg

The curtain will soon be lifted on the salaries of Broadway jobs.

SOURCE: Forbes at 10:25PM
Saturday, January 22, 2022

This Entrepreneur And Author Says Inner Happiness Should Top Your List by Jeryl Brunner

Tia Graham is on a mission to inspire transformation through the science of happiness and neuroscience.

SOURCE: Forbes at 01:45PM
Wednesday, January 12, 2022

In The New Musical ‘Flying Over Sunset’ This Broadway Star Really Soars by Jeryl Brunner

Carmen Cusack plays Clare Boothe Luce in 'Flying Over Sunset.' The riveting musical brings together Luce, Aldous Huxley and Cary Grant in a very trippy way.

SOURCE: Forbes at 06:37PM

30 Years In, Blue Man Group Stays On Track - And Offbeat by Lee Seymour

Despite the ongoing pandemic, this $100 million pop-art show continues to evolve.

SOURCE: Forbes at 08:30AM
Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Fighting Omicron, Broadway Has Slowest Week In A Decade by Lee Seymour

Attendance dropped to a frightening low-water mark as shows pulled drastic maneuvers to stay open.

SOURCE: Forbes at 09:07PM
Thursday, December 30, 2021

This Broadway Star Plays A Powerful Eurydice In ‘Hadestown’ by Jeryl Brunner

A two-time Tony nominee, Eva Noblezada is a force on Broadway.

SOURCE: Forbes at 08:57AM
Tuesday, December 28, 2021

Hugh Jackman Has Covid, Forcing ‘The Music Man’ To Cancel Broadway Performances by Lee Seymour

Jackman's co-star Sutton Foster tested positive for the virus last week.

SOURCE: Forbes at 03:24PM

‘Ain’t Too Proud’ Is Latest Broadway Show To Close - But First To Make Profit by Lee Seymour

The Motown hit is the eighth show to announce an early closure as Omicron hammers Broadway.

SOURCE: Forbes at 11:02AM
Sunday, December 26, 2021

This Entrepreneur And Author Took Her Passion For Fashion And Built A Thriving Career by Jeryl Brunner

Meet Nancy Flaherty, Atlanta regional director of Fashion Group International and CEO of Hidden Gems with Grace.

SOURCE: Forbes at 09:00AM
Friday, December 24, 2021

Covid Fells Two More Broadway Shows Amid Social Media Firestorm by Lee Seymour

Insulting comments from an industry leader coincided with a brutal wave of cancellations.

SOURCE: Forbes at 02:04PM
Thursday, December 23, 2021
Wednesday, December 22, 2021

Making Her Broadway Debut In ‘Clyde’s,’ Kara Young Is A Force On Stage And Screen by Jeryl Brunner

Kara Young stars with Uzo Aduba, Ron Cephas Jones, Edmund Donovan and Reza Salazar in Lynn Nottage's feast of a play.

SOURCE: Forbes at 09:23PM

As Broadway Grosses Plummet, Questions Arise About Vaccines And Federal Support by Lee Seymour

The Omicron surge is forcing shows to reevaluate protocols ahead of Christmas.

SOURCE: Forbes at 08:10PM

Following Report, Theater Changes Tune On ‘West Side Story’ Sequel by Marc Hershberg

Somewhere there is a place for a sequel to 'West Side Story', but it will not be at Long Wharf Theatre.

SOURCE: Forbes at 12:45AM
Tuesday, December 21, 2021

No, Broadway Isn’t Shutting Down - But It Is Hurting by Lee Seymour

A slew of Covid cancellations are hitting the Rialto, but most shows are going on - for now.

SOURCE: Forbes at 07:33PM
Monday, December 20, 2021

Pulitzer Winner ‘A Strange Loop’ Will Open On Broadway Next Spring by Lee Seymour

Michael R. Jackson's musical has had New York buzzing since its premiere in 2019.

SOURCE: Forbes at 01:42PM
Sunday, December 19, 2021

‘West Side Story’ Sequel In The Works As Ethnic Groups Reclaim Their Stories by Marc Hershberg

Long Wharf Theatre has commissioned a sequel to the beloved Broadway musical 'West Side Story'.

SOURCE: Forbes at 11:36PM
Friday, December 17, 2021

In The Midst Of The Pandemic This Broadway Star Discovered Her Power by Jeryl Brunner

In her new album "Let The Music Play" Karen Mason shares her personal journey of discovery.

SOURCE: Forbes at 04:00PM
Wednesday, December 15, 2021

Broadway’s Recovery Perks Up Despite Cancellations by Lee Seymour

Cancellations are jarring, but the data behind them is surprisingly heartening.

SOURCE: Forbes at 07:24PM

Meet This Performing Powerhouse Who Illuminates Bob Dylan’s Songs In ‘Girl From The North Country’ by Jeryl Brunner

Jeannette Bayardelle and the cast of 'Girl From The North Country' bring a uniquely stirring show to Broadway

SOURCE: Forbes at 03:13PM
Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Closures, Accidents, Illness: Broadway’s Recovery Is A Work In Progress by Lee Seymour

Broadway has always been risky business, but this winter is looking extra harsh.

SOURCE: Forbes at 03:57PM
Monday, December 6, 2021

She Helped Turn Trevor, The Groundbreaking Oscar-Winning Short Film, Into A Musical by Jeryl Brunner

Just opened last month, Trevor: The Musical is all about finding the courage to be yourself.

SOURCE: Forbes at 05:00PM
Friday, December 3, 2021

These Women Helped Bring Winnie The Pooh To Off-Broadway by Jeryl Brunner

Winnie The Pooh is the first new Disney musical to debut since Frozen.

SOURCE: Forbes at 06:37PM
Tuesday, November 30, 2021

‘Waitress’ Producers Adapting Landmark Latinx Film Into Broadway Musical by Marc Hershberg

An award-winning film about life in the barrio soon be breaking barriers on Broadway.

SOURCE: Forbes at 11:31PM

Broadway Gets Thanksgiving Boost, But Recovery Slows As Omicron Looms by Lee Seymour

The holiday was lucrative, but Broadway is bracing for an increasingly uncertain winter.

SOURCE: Forbes at 11:23PM
Saturday, November 27, 2021

How Lindsay Crouse Discovered Her Power by Jeryl Brunner

The Oscar-nominated actress reflects on her life, career and current play, Morning's At Seven.

SOURCE: Forbes at 07:06AM
Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Broadway Box Office Holds Steady As Industry Hopes For Thanksgiving Boost by Lee Seymour

Changed buying habits and a glut of content make the oncoming holidays harder to bank than earlier years.

SOURCE: Forbes at 08:10PM
Sunday, November 21, 2021

After 66 Years Alice Childress Gets A Voice On The Broadway Stage by Jeryl Brunner

This 1955 play about racism, class, gender and what it means to be a black theater artist in America, continues to deeply resonate.

SOURCE: Forbes at 01:45PM
Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Broadway Box Office Improves, But Internal Disparity Worsens by Lee Seymour

Big hits are bigger, but smaller shows are even tougher to sell than before the pandemic.

SOURCE: Forbes at 10:04PM

Her Album Of Reimagined Sondheim Songs That She Recorded In Her Closet Is Getting Serious Buzz by Jeryl Brunner

Meet Eleri Ward who created a viral following on TikTok with haunting folk renditions of Stephen Sondheim songs.  

SOURCE: Forbes at 07:10PM
Friday, November 12, 2021

She Helms One Of The Nation’s Great Acting Conservatories That Has Thrived For More Than 92 Years by Jeryl Brunner

Meet Pamela Moller Kareman, executive director at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theater

SOURCE: Forbes at 09:18AM

All that Chat

Sep 14, 2021: Chicago - Ambassador Theatre
Oct 17, 2021: Dana H. - Lyceum Theatre
Mar 28, 2022: Plaza Suite - Hudson Theatre
Apr 07, 2022: The Minutes - Studio 54
Apr 28, 2022: Macbeth - Lyceum Theatre