Written by: Peter Libbey
Written by: Logan Culwell-Block
NBC has set the Broadway musical Annie as its next live TV musical, planning a holiday 2021 broadcast. The production will be the latest in NBC’s string of live TV musical broadcasts, which have included takes on The Sound of Music, Peter Pan, The Wiz, Hairspray, and Jesus Christ Superstar.
Though most area theaters are still firmly closed for indoor productions, some smaller venues around South Florida have already opened their doors, with a few notable precautions in place. Each pod of audience members at the Lake Worth Playhouse’s current production of Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar And Grill by Laine Robin, playing there until this May 16th, were seated at a healthy social distance from all others and instructed to wear their masks throughout the performance.
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On March 18, 1990, at 1:18 am, 1/2 billion dollars worth of irreplaceable artwork was stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston and hasn’t been seen since.
For some women in theatre, even the decision to become mothers may be a complicated one.
Written by: Marc J. Franklin
Broadway fans wear their heart on their sleeve, but if given the chance, many would like to add their favorite costumes to their personal collection. And, with a plethora of worlds explored onstage, Broadway has provided fans with quite the dream closet, from ready-wear to the otherworldly.
Even if you’re a seasoned theatergoer, you’ve probably never experienced anything quite like the Art Heist Experience.
Imagine you’re running one of the largest, most successful regional theaters in the country. Imagine you’ve planned to implement a massive, multimillion-dollar renovation of your building in stages over several years. Imagine planning your upcoming season around all of that.
Marilynn Wick pictured at Costume World (photo courtesy of Sun-Sentinel)