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Who’s in Town? A Conversation with Adam Pascal, Performing in Concert with ‘Rent’ Costar Anthony Rapp at Strathmore This Friday, April 28th at 8pm

Rent fans are in for a treat as Adam Pascal and Anthony Rapp team up for a one-night-only concert event at Strathmore this Friday, April 28th at 8 PM. Pascal and Rapp are forever joined in the hearts of musical theater fans thanks to their portrayals of Roger Davis and Mark Cohen in the original […]

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Review: ‘Something Rotten!’ at Hippodrome Theatre

Fans of Broadway musicals won’t get more bang for their entertainment buck this whole season than at Something Rotten! Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theatre has been on a roll when it comes to offering great touring shows with top-flight casts. But Something Rotten! is something else. The musical by Wayne and Karey Kirkpatrick (score) and John O’Farrell […]

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Review: ‘DISASTER!’ at The Nederlander Theatre in NYC

If you’re in the mood for a visit with a shipload of fun loving actors, many of whom you’ve seen and enjoyed in shows like Guys and Dolls (Faith Prince), The Producers (Roger Bart), Rent (Adam Pascal), The Addams Family (Kevin Chamberlin) and the like, then you can have a swell time enjoying this unpretentious […]

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Adam Pascal at The Barbara Cook Spotlight Series at The Kennedy Center by David Friscic

Adam Pascal, Broadway singing and acting sensation of such past hits as Rent, Aida, and Cabaret, walked out on to the stage of The Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater and held the audience in the palm of his hands, with a combination of full-throttled singing, edgy banter and a distinctly urban New York City demeanor and flair. Currently starring on the […]

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Barbara Cook at Barbara Cook’s Spotlight at The Kennedy Center by David Friscic

Who is Barbara Cook? Kennedy Center Honoree, peerless  Broadway, concert and cabaret star —or simply a legendary icon? Barbara Cook stepped out on the stage of the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater Friday night to prolonged “bravos” and applause which befits the reputation of this beloved iconic  performer but also showed the deep affection and love that her audience feels for […]

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