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  There is a line in Joel Drake Johnson’s Rasheeda Speaking that states, “Not everybody is a racist.” After this play you will be. I have never b...

The world premiere of The Nomad, with book and lyrics by Elizabeth Swados and Erin Courtney now at The Flea Theatre, is a show that is invigorating an...

Rio's Anniversary was yesterday, despite the fact that only 10 days ago, it was Carnival. Many celebrations have started all over the city. It certain...

I was excited to see The Light Princess at the New Victory Theater, due to the Tori Amos musical that was at the National Theatre. This version for ch...

In 2013, Mayor Bloomberg claimed March was Cabaret month. The Bistro Awards turns 30 on Wednesday, March 4, with ten honorees from the past appearing...

There was astonishment on the faces of a packed Concert Hall at Lynn University in Boca Raton Florida, as Tommy Tune at the end of the show asked the...

March is loaded with events and with spring just a whisper away, St. Patrick getting greener and Easter just around the corner; it's time to start boo...

At a a special cocktail reception and sneak peek of the new Broadway musical Doctor Zhivago at Celsius at Bryant Park, Kelli Barrett and Lara Lee Gaye...

On March 13, 2015, The New York Pops continues its 31st season with two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster in her solo debut at Carnegie Hall. Among...

Directed by Stephen Schwartz Date: Mid April -- Exact dates TBA Time: All sessions begin at 7PM Sharp. Please submit the following: Submissions will n...

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  There is a line in Joel Drake Johnson’s Rasheeda Speaking that states, “Not everybody is a racist.” After th...

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