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Review: ‘Jaime Lozano: Songs by an Immigrant’ at Joe’s Pub

For his smashing debut at Joe’s Pub, Mexican-born and New York-based composer and music director Jaime Lozano gathered a roster of his talented family,...

Review: ‘Waiting for Johnny Depp’ in the Rave Theater Festival

This month marks the premiere of the Rave Theater Festival, playing Off-Off-Broadway at The Clemente Solo Velez Cultural Center, the former home of FringeNYC....

Review: ‘Michael Feinstein: I Happen To Like New York’ at Feinstein’s/54...

For his annual summer engagement at Feinstein’s/54 Below, the eponymous multi-platinum Grammy-nominated artist celebrates the songs, entertainers, and musical history of our city in...

Review: ‘Bat Out of Hell’ at New York City Center

Loud, flashy, dissipated, and crass – Bat Out of Hell is everything you’d expect in a rock-n-roll jukebox musical based on the 1970s mega-hits...

Review: ‘Sea Wall/A Life’ at the Hudson Theatre

Following its sold-out Off-Broadway run at The Public Theater this past winter, Sea Wall/A Life has made its transfer to Broadway for a limited...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Olivier Award Winner Lesli Margherita

Just back from her native California after a run in the Broadway At Music Circus production of Guys and Dolls in Sacramento, Broadway veteran and...

Review: ‘The Gazillion Bubble Show’ at New World Stages

Tiny bubbles, huge bubbles, round bubbles, square bubbles, long bubbles, clear bubbles, white bubbles, floating bubbles, bouncing bubbles, stacked bubbles, bubbles within bubbles, rainbow-colored bubbles,...

Remembering Harold Prince

On Wednesday, July 31, Broadway lost a legend, when producer/director/writer Harold Prince died at the age of 91, in Reykjavik, Iceland, following a brief...

Review: ‘Alive!’ in the New York Musical Festival

Presented at the Pershing Square Signature Center as a one-night-only featured concert in this year's New York Musical Festival (NYMF), Alive!, with book, music,...

Ari Afsar Pays Homage to America’s First Congresswoman in ‘Jeannette’

Ari Afsar is a singer/songwriter, stage and screen actress, and an advocate and activist for a variety of socio-political causes, including The Women’s March...

Review: ‘Broadway Bounty Hunter’ at Greenwich House Theater

It comes as no surprise that the sensational Joe Iconis and Family have done it again, following the phenomenal digital-age journey of one of my...

Review: ‘Bar Dykes’ at The Flea Theater

The oldest professional LGBTQ+ theater company in New York, TOSOS (The Other Side of Silence) celebrates Pride not just in June, but all year...

Part 2: The Women of ‘Broadway Bounty Hunter’ Dropkick the Patriarchy!

Among the diverse and inclusive team working on the Off-Broadway production of Broadway Bounty Hunter, by longtime collaborators Joe Iconis, Jason SweetTooth Williams, and...

Review: ‘Leaving Eden’ in the New York Musical Festival

In the early literature of the Judeo-Christian tradition, Lilith - mentioned in the Dead Sea Scrolls (ca. 4-10 BC) and developed in the Babylonian...

Review: ‘I Spy A Spy’ at The Theatre at St. Clement’s

Part espionage story, part rom-com, and part socio-political commentary, I Spy A Spy by Jamie Jackson (book and lyrics) and SoHee Youn (book and...

A Conversation with Aubie Merrylees, Making his Broadway Debut in ‘To...

From the first time I saw the young Aubie Merrylees in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest in 2010, at People’s Light & Theatre...

Review: ‘The Presented’ at 59E59

A recurrent favorite at 59E59’s annual “East to Edinburgh” line-up, California native Chris Davis returns to New York with his latest original solo show...

Review: ‘LadyShip’ in the New York Musical Festival

Making its debut in this year’s New York Musical Festival (NYMF), LadyShip - with book, lyrics, music composition, and orchestrations by twin sisters Linda...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Rob McClure from ‘Beetlejuice’

Currently featured as the nerdy dead guy Adam Maitland in the award-winning Broadway premiere of the new musical adaptation of Beetlejuice, Rob McClure keeps...

Bringing ‘Savage the Musical’ to the Concert Stage of the New...

Wanda Savage was a trailblazing Chickasaw woman, American sharp-shooter, silent-film actress, and divorced single mother, whose life provides a telling illustration of the racism,...

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