Spice Girl Mel B decided to have a little fun during her last performance as Roxie Hart on Broadway Sunday night – breaking from her “Chicago” character to tell her story! Whether or not you think it’s a good idea…
A beautiful moment of music that’s worth watching… The video may not look beautiful, but the performance sure is.
At Kristin Chenowith’s concert at the Hollywood Bowl, a random audience member was invited to join her for a performance of “For Good” from Wicked. They hit the jackpot. She was a vocal teacher, and the duet was breathtaking.
Actress/singer Sheryl Lee Ralph’s star making Broadway role in Dreamgirls was perhaps a bit too close to home. In the musical, characters saw themselves being denied entertainment success because of racism, never a lack of talent. And when Ralph was…
THIS amazing performance is why they keep asking him to host over and over!
Expect him to get asked again – according to the overnight ratings (which will adjust somewhat) Sunday night’s telecast grabbed about 20% more viewers than the 2012 show.
Brandon Victor Dixon is heating up the Broadway stage. With a smooth voice, steamy good looks, sexy dance moves and style to spare, what’s not to love?
The film that made Sylvester Stallone a household name is coming to Broadway. As a musical. Will there be finger snapping in between punches?
Apparently the expression ‘Oh, keep your pants on,’ will not apply to Broadway when Magic Mike the musical hits the Great White Way. Director Steven Soderbergh and actor Channing Tatum are attached to the project, which will debut in 2013 and feature actual lap dances. For crying out loud.
Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart may be best known by younger generations for sharing the screen in X-MEN, but get ready to witness the pair together where they really belong: on stage!
You won’t see THIS song on Broadway. The cast of the Roundabout Theatre Company’s “The Mystery Of Ediwn Drood” has a YouTube video called “Bustle Fluffah.” It’s sort of a Dickensian answer to “Baby Got Back.” A rap interpretion of those frames on Victorian dresses that made women’s backsides look enormous. If the Victorian Era had an equivalent of “My Humps,” this would be it.
As someone who is still displaced by Hurricane Sandy, it’s great to see that the Broadway company of Wicked (one of my favorite shows!) is coming together on Monday, November 26 to present CITY OF HOPE: BROADWAY BLOWS BACK, a benefit concert to raise funds for New York and New Jersey.
If you missed Scarlett Johansson’s Broadway debut in Arthur Miller’s “A View From The Bridge”, get ready, because you’ll have one more chance to see her on the Great White Way!
The Beach Boys may be one of the biggest bands in music, but that still doesn’t guarantee a musical based on their songs can survive.