Wednesday, February 22, 2017

'Kid Victory': Theater Review

A teenager struggles to live with the aftermath of a horrific crime in 'Kid Victory,' a new musical by legendary composer John Kander, of 'Chicago' and 'Cabaret' fame, and playwright Greg Pi…

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Kid Victory Review: Kander Musical on Aftermath of a Kidnapping by Jonathan Mandell

There is one song by John Kander in Kid Victory that recalls the composer’s collaboration with Fred Ebb in both Cabaret and Chicago – “What’s the Point?” a jaunty, satiric tap-danc…

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Kid Victory, Kander’s New Musical: Review, Video, Pics by New York Theater

There is one song by John Kander in Kid Victory that recalls the composer’s collaboration with Fred Ebb in both Cabaret and Chicago – “What’s the Point?” a jaunty, satiric tap-danc…

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Music News: DC’s Favorite Chorus Invites You to "ROAD TRIP! Tour the USA in our Cabaret" by Self-Post News

Fasten your seatbelts and take a break from the hustle and bustle of your daily routine with the Congressional Chorus in ROAD TRIP! Tour the USA in our Cabaret at the Atlas Performing Arts C…

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Frosty & Frigid by Leah Richards

It's that time of year again: the FRIGID NY Festival is taking over the Kraine Theater and UNDER St. Marks for 19 days, with 30 plays ranging from personal narratives to parodies to scie…

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

March – April Cabaret Listings by Sandi Durell

        By Sandi Durell     With all those 50-60 degree days cropping up in February, can it be that March will come in like a lamb? Hard to guess. But be prepared for snow in …

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Arts Captain by Arts Review

Did you go to school with that overly ambitious drama student who thought they were going to be the next big thing? Or perhaps you were that poor student and can look back on how dramatic yo…

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BWW Interview: Tony Danza Makes His Return to 54 Below with STANDARDS AND STORIES by Julie Musbach

After a triumphant series of concerts at Feinstein's54 Below, the one and only Tony Danza is returning with his cabaret show Standards and Stories. Tony will be performing six shows, Februar…

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Cabaret Spotlight: Hey There, Good Times by John Hoglund

The measure of a singer's worth is in the ear of the beholder. What is one person's Piaf is another person's Barbra. There's no magic formula to being one of the great ones. All one can do i…

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Monday, February 20, 2017

Smokeytown: The Songs of Smokey Robinson by Sandi Durell

    By Marilyn Lester   By some standards, Andrea Prestinario’s Feinstein’s/54 Below debut, Smokeytown: The Songs of Smokey Robinson, might be deemed a success – most li…

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BWW Profile: LA LA LAND's Oscar-Nominated Stage and Screen Star, Emma Stone by Jeffrey Walker

Emma Stone's star is on the rise. The 27-year old actress has been a sought after leading lady for several years. Her Oscar nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role…

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Sunday, February 19, 2017

Review: ‘Mary Martello: Songs My Mother Taught Me’ at the Arden Theatre Cabaret Series by Tim Dunleavy

I’ve seen Mary Martello onstage more times than I can count. The 5-time Barrymore Award winner has played everyone from Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd to Queen Gertrude in Hamlet, from Abby B…

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Friday, February 17, 2017

On the Couch with Casey Gould by Arts Review

Who is Casey Gould? Casey is a Melbourne-born, London-based director. His work encompasses theatre, musical theatre, cabaret and physical theatre of both small and large scale. Some of his h…

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John Kander and Greg Pierce Chat New Musical KID VICTORY Today at The Drama Book Shop by BroadwayWorld

The Drama Book Shop welcomes acclaimed playwright Greg Pierce Slowgirl, Her Requiem and three-time Tony Award-winning composer John Kander Chicago, Cabaret, Kiss of the Spiderwoman, The Visi…

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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Cabaret can still entertain and unsettle us: review by Carly Maga - Theatre Critic

As the Emcee, Randy Harrison both frightens and seduces the audience, personifying the atrocities just under the surface.

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Matthew Hydzik, Aaron C. Finley & More Join Cast of JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR at Ridgefield Playhouse by BroadwayWorld

The Ridgefield Playhouse in Ridgefield, Connecticut, will present JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR onSaturday, March 25 at 200pm and 800pm. Produced by ACT of Connecticut, JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR is di…

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The New York Pops Celebrates Kander and Ebb by Matthew Wexler

              The New York Pops, led by Music Director Steven Reineke, will continue its 34th season at Carnegie Hall on March 10 by bringing to li…

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Theater notes: Trust Cabaret adds NYC mainstay Jim Caruso's Cast Party by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

 The sold-out Trust Cabaret series is adding a party night to its 2016-17 season. Jim Caruso’s Cast Party, a Monday night mainstay at New York’s Birdland nightclub since 2003, will …

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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

On the Couch with Jennifer Kingwell by Arts Review

Who is Jennifer Kingwell? I am a cabaret performer, musician and arts producer/programmer. My background is in classical music, music theatre and contemporary rock but I’m learning to reco…

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Monday, February 13, 2017

Dolly Diamond: The Lady is a Tramp by Arts Review

Following her recent critically acclaimed romp in Perth as part of the 2017 Fringe World Festival, Dolly Diamond (UK) brings her hilarious, anti-chauvinism war cry of a cabaret, The Lady is…

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Stage preview: Brandon Uranowitz, from Broadway to the Trust Cabaret by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Brandon Uranowitz has starred in two of Broadway’s most heralded musicals in recent memory, but the “American in Paris” and “Falsettos” star still feels he is introducing himself t…

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Review: ‘Blues in the Night’ at Creative Cauldron by David Siegel

Ready for top-notch singing talent that brings the “blues” to vibrant, spicy full life? Then high tail-it to Creative Cauldron (Falls Church) to take-in a cabaret-like revue called Blues…

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Review: Review: Sinners Club (The Other Room, Cardiff)

Gagglebabble stage an intimate cabaret musical about the true story of the last woman to be executed in Great Britain

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Sunday, February 12, 2017

On the Couch with Reuben Kaye by Arts Review

Who is Reuben Kaye? An international cabaret star currently residing at the junction of vanity and desperation. (He also spends 3 weeks out of every year as a hood ornament) Who inspires you…

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Trickster by Arts Review

The diabolical delight that has critics raving, dark cabaret performer Bradley Storer brings his malevolent monstrosity Trickster to La Boheme in his Adelaide Fringe debut for a strictly li…

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Top Ticket, Feb 12 to 18: Romance, rumination and Rhubarb by Carly Maga - Theatre Critic

Cabaret at the Princess of Wales Theatre, Blue Valentine at the Citadel and Rhubarb Festival at Buddies in Bad Times.

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Friday, February 10, 2017

Cabaret News: Daisy and Jordan's Sunday Brunch of Shame Makes New York Debut

Tony winner Daisy Eagan and Jordan Kai Burnett bring their musical comedy show to the Laurie Beechman Theatre.

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Thursday, February 9, 2017

Cabaret Scenes Benefit by Sandi Durell

A Splendid Show for The Invaluable Publication   by Alix Cohen     Tuesday night The Metropolitan Room hosted a benefit for the only magazine, in fact the only print venue tha…

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Stage review: 'Pump Boys and Dinettes' offers a seat the Double Cupp Diner by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

“Pump Boys and Dinettes,” the down-home musical about good ol’ folks who work hard and play harder, has pulled into the Cabaret at Theatre Square to serve up a light-hearted slice of r…

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