5 Actors You Never Knew Starred in Musicals

5 Actors You Never Knew Starred in Musicals

Musicals have always been a hallmark of Hollywood. For actors and actresses, musicals are one the biggest cinematic challenges they can take on. While there are performers that have become synonymous with musicals, like Hugh Jackman and Julie Andrews, there are many...

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5 of Broadways Most Talented Young Stars

5 of Broadways Most Talented Young Stars

Being truly talented at something means a lifetime of practice and patience, at least that’s what it means for regular people. The talented performers on this list somehow packed all those years of hard work and experience into their short lives and are lighting up...

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5 Cult Musicals You Should Know

5 Cult Musicals You Should Know

Whether it’s because these musicals are weird, hilarious, or irrelevant, they’ve gained a small but passionate following among fans that is keeping them alive much longer than anyone probably thought they would be. Here are 5 musicals with cult followings. 1. Bat Boy...

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In Handel Opera, Everyone But Alcina Is Looking for True Love

In Handel Opera, Everyone But Alcina Is Looking for True Love

By Beck Feibelman When Georg Friedrich Händel’s Alcina premiered in London in 1735, it was a triumphant success. Three centuries later, to hear the voluptuous beauty and drama of the opera’s music is to understand why. Based on renaissance poet Ludovico Ariosto’s epic...

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National Opera Week has begun!

National Opera Week has begun!

Opera companies, schools and organizations across North America will celebrate the ninth annual National Opera Week from Friday, October 27 through Sunday, November 5, 2017, with nearly 200 opera activities in their communities. National Opera Week celebrates the...

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5 Musicals That Didn’t Make it to Opening Night

5 Musicals That Didn’t Make it to Opening Night

There’s no telling how an audience will react to a musical. That’s why Broadway producers test their shows in out of town tryouts and previews before opening night. In the case of these productions, it was pretty clear early on that something was wrong causing them...

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Show for Show: Part 4

Show for Show: Part 4

By: Samantha Robins So, you’ve decided it’s time to immerse yourself in the never-ending beauty that is, New York theatre for your splurge night, but you don’t know just what to see! Well, do I have good news for you! There is not a bad choice in the bunch! You...

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In Rural Vermont, Technology Drives Performing Arts

In Rural Vermont, Technology Drives Performing Arts

By Leonard Jacobs I visited with the Cennarium Backstage editorial staff recently to brainstorm story ideas. We covered much ground: worldwide performance arts festivals; new plays Off-Broadway and at US regional theaters; the state of European ballet. But one thing,...

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Alonzo King’s Poetry in Motion

Alonzo King’s Poetry in Motion

Remember, the first free streaming performing arts festival, Promenade begins on September 15th! Click here to learn more!   By Fabiana Gutierrez Fluid. Sexy. Vibrant. Powerful. Unpredictable. Transcendent. All of these adjectives are often used to describe American...

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  • Musical Actors5 Actors You Never Knew Starred in Musicals
    Musicals have always been a hallmark of Hollywood. For actors and actresses, musicals are one the biggest cinematic challenges they can take on. While there are performers that have become synonymous […]
  • 5 of Broadways Most Talented Young Stars
    Being truly talented at something means a lifetime of practice and patience, at least that’s what it means for regular people. The talented performers on this list somehow packed all those years of […]
  • 5 Cult Musicals You Should Know
    Whether it’s because these musicals are weird, hilarious, or irrelevant, they’ve gained a small but passionate following among fans that is keeping them alive much longer than anyone probably thought […]
  • In Handel Opera, Everyone But Alcina Is Looking for True Love
    By Beck Feibelman When Georg Friedrich Händel’s Alcina premiered in London in 1735, it was a triumphant success. Three centuries later, to hear the voluptuous beauty and drama of the opera’s music is […]
  • National Opera WeekNational Opera Week has begun!
    Opera companies, schools and organizations across North America will celebrate the ninth annual National Opera Week from Friday, October 27 through Sunday, November 5, 2017, with nearly 200 opera […]