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Welcome to the Renaissance

So begins the opening number of the new musical Something Rotten, and what a welcome it is. For the first time ever, we found ourselves in the audience of a show just after its Broadway opening, which felt rather special. 348 more words


Mayor de Blasio Appoints Lin-Manuel Miranda and Daryl Roth to Theater Subdistrict Council

Mayor de Blasio today appointed Lin-Manuel Miranda and Daryl Roth and reappointed George C. Wolfe to the Theater Subdistrict Council. As members of the Theater Subdistrict Council, they will be responsible for administering the Theater Subdistrict Fund and allocating grants with the goal of promoting the production of new theater work, developing new audiences, and showcasing Broadway’s role in the history of American theater. 658 more words


If Happy Little Bluebirds Fly Beyond The Rainbow, So Can the Harris Family!

Anyone who has ever availed themselves of the Off-Off-Broadway experience in New York City, whether as a performer, a crew member or simply “one of those little people out there in the dark,” will truly sink their literary teeth into… 757 more words


Planning a Trip to New York City as a First-Time Visitor

Getting to New York City is easy. This exciting city welcomes over 50 million visitors every year. Whether you are arriving from another U.S. state, or making an international trip, … 489 more words


TOMMY TUNE AWARDS : “The Biggest Celebration”

Whenever he was distressed about disturbing current events in the news, it was not uncommon for my late father to announce, “The world is going to hell in a handbasket!” If he could have been with me for the recent… 963 more words

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Broadway Comes to Greeneville and Living on an Island of Singleness

One of the best things about having a friend whose father works at a large theater, is that every so often you get free tickets to things you probably would not have been able to afford to attend as a poor, art loving, college student. 413 more words


The best looks from the White House Correspondents Dinner

Tonight the White House rolled out its red carpet for the annual Correspondents Dinner and here were some of the best looks on hand.

 Jenna Dewan-Tatum looks exquisite in her Reem Acra black gown with a blinged-out top. 203 more words