Starring in The Mint Theatre Company’s Partnership are Sara Haider and Gene Gillette. Partnership by Elizabeth Baker and is about what working women had to do to survive and become emotionally more than a century ago.
In Partnership Kate Rolling (Sara Haider) is the ambitious owner of a small fashion boutique in Brighton. When the owner of the largest shop in town proposes a merger on favorable terms—including matrimony—Kate sees an irresistible business opportunity. “Oh, don’t worry about me,” Kate assures her friends, “I never expected anything great in the way of love.” But isn’t romance most likely to happen when it’s least expected?
Elizabeth Baker’s charming comedy premiered in 1917.
To see T2C’s review click here.
Ken Fallin’s Broadway: Make Me Gorgeous’s Wade McCollum
Attending the opening of Make Me Gorgeous starring the fabulous Wade McCollum as Kenneth/Kate Marlowe inspired this caricature.
Make Me Gorgeous is the reworking of the original script, Mr. Madam by donnie that premiered at triangle in June 2022.
Make Me Gorgeous is a one-person show based upon a true story, taken from several books by Kenneth aka Kate Marlowe. Kenneth has been described as one of the gayest and most openly homosexual personalities of the late 50s and early 60s. He went from a 1940s/1950s drag performer to being a madam (for Hollywood gays), to being the author of several books, and at the age of 50 began transitioning, soon after marrying a man in prison. You just cannot make this stuff up
It now has a new name, but the same playwright and actor now are bringing the story to the stage at Playhouse 46th at St Luke’s, 308 W 46th Street. With the encouragement of the Tony Award-winning playwright of “Memphis” Joe DiPietro and many others, the show will have a limited run off-Broadway run until December 31, 2023.
Ken Fallin’s Broadway: Sutton Foster and Kelli O’Hara With The NY Pops
One Night Only: An Evening with Sutton Foster and Kelli O’Hara with the NY Pops is happening Friday 8pm, at Carnegie Hall. This unique program by NY Pops conductor Steven Reineke, pays homage to earlier icons of stage and screen who teamed up for memorable concerts.
Ken Fallin’s Broadway: Happy Anniversary Wicked
On October 30, Wicked will celebrates 20 years on Broadway. Look to the Western sky! as the Empire State Building goes green in honor of Wicked on that day as well.
Did you know you could join Wicked composer Stephen Schwartz, bookwriter Winnie Holzman and producer David Stone for a panel discussion at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts on October 31 at 6pm.
Here’s to remembering those memorable performances of Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth.
Happy, happy anniversary from T2C
Ken Fallin’s Broadway: Lynn Nottage
Nottage was the first woman to win two Pulitzer Prizes for drama. The prolific playwright has penned Intimate Apparel the Opera, Clyde’s, The Secret Life of Bees, Sweat, Ruined, and more.
The evening featured performances and appearances by Patti LuPone, Deborah Cox, Eric McCormack, Collin Hancock, Adrienne Warren, Margo Seibert, Kate Whoriskey, Jhardon Dishon Milton, Matthew Griffin, Lynn Ahrens, Todd London, Rebekah Greer Melocik, Sarah Ruhl, Stephen Schwartz, Benjamin Velez, Jacob Yandura, and Dramatists Guild president Andrew Lippa.
The gala supports playwrights, composers, lyricists, and librettists through financial resources and education-driven programming, and was held at the Ziegfeld Ballroom October 23.
I was there, and met Lynn in front of my drawing of her.
Ken Fallin’s Broadway: Merrily We Roll Along
With the world premiere opening of Here We Are Stephen Sondheim’s final musical tonight, I decided to do my caricature of Merrily We Roll Along. Here are the stars Daniel Radcliffe, Jonathan Groff, and Lindsay Mendez who bring this first revival to life.
Here We Are, just extended its run through January 21 at The Shed.
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