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What To Watch April 16th To Take Away The Blues

What To Watch April 16th To Take Away The Blues

2pm: National Theatre at Home: Treasure Island

On Seth Rudetsky fabulous series Stars in the House the show that has two performances everyday. At 2pm: Variety Thursday! and 8pm ET: Jessie Mueller

2pm: Lincoln Center at Home – Pop Up Classroom

2pm: Live With Carnegie Hall: Beethoven 250th Birthday Celebration

5pm: Watch Me Work: Suzan-Lori Parks Sign up by 3pm each day and you will be sent a link at 4:30pm to log in to the class at 5pm*.

Brandon Uranowitz during the 2019 Drama Desk Awards at Steinway Hall on June 2, 2019 in New York City.

6pm: Classic Stage Company: Brandon Uranowitz Introducing ClassicConversations, a free virtual series of conversations between CSC Artistic Director John Doyle and the cast of Assassins. On Facebook and Youtube!

6:30pm#54BelowatHome: The Jonathan Larson Project.  Click here to view. Starring Nick Blaemire (tick tick BOOMFoundGodspell),Lauren Marcus (Be More Chill, Beatsville, Company), AndyMientus (NBC’s “Smash,” Spring AwakeningLes Misérables), Krysta Rodriguez(Spring AwakeningFirst DateThe Addams Family), and George Salazar (Be More ChillThe Lightning Thief, tick tick BOOM), with special guest Adam Chanler-Berat.  

Directed and conceived by Jennifer Ashley Tepper. Assistant produced by Alexa Spiegel. Music supervision, orchestrations and arrangements by Charlie Rosen (Be More ChillPrince of BroadwayHoneymoon in VegasCharlie Rosen’s Broadway Big Band). Featuring a five-piece band including musical director Natalie Tenenbaum, Charlie Rosen, Cody Owen Stine, Megan Talay, and Marques Wallswith Danielle Gimbal as copyist. Annastasia Victory serves as the associate musical director.

7pm: Ailey All Access: Lazarus

7pm: Paper Mill Playhouse Vault: The Creators of Applause The Creators of Applause on the set in 1996 – hosted by Mark Waldrop. Featuring Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Charles Strouse and Lee Adams talk about their collaboration and their careers. Highlights from their shows are performed by Janet Aldrich, Belle Calloway, Darell Carey, Judy McLane, Bruce Moore, and Bill Ullman.

7:30pm: The Metropolitan Opera: Rossini’s Le Comte Ory Rossini’s French farce is seldom heard—it premiered at the Met in 2011 and was last revived two years later—but remains one of the composer’s most fascinating works. Set during the Crusades in 13th-century Touraine, the opera chronicles a caddish count who cross-dresses as a nun (along with the rest of his footmen, no less) in order to hide in a convent and snag his love-interest, a virtuous countess named Adèle. Hilarity ensues, as do several of the composer’s most piquant and cleverly orchestrated musical moments—including a powerful gender-bending trio featuring a man dressed as a woman, a woman dressed as a man, and a noblewoman masquerading as an abbess.

8pm:  LIVESTREAM  The Producers Perspective Live with Gideon Glick.

8pm: Katsura Sunshine in New York

8pm: Disney Family Sing-A-Long on ABC

Ryan Seacrest hosts this television spectacular, featuring a vocal warm up by Kristin Chenoweth, a special introduction by Elle Fanning, and performances throughout the evening will include the following:

“A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes” – Demi Lovato and Michael Bublé
“A Spoonful of Sugar” – Little Big Town
“Be Our Guest” – Derek Hough and Hayley Erbert, with a special appearance by Julianne Hough
“Can You Feel the Love Tonight” – Christina Aguilera
“Colors of the Wind” – Tori Kelly
“Do You Want to Build a Snowman” – Thomas Rhett
“Friend Like Me” – James Monroe Iglehart with Broadway Company of Aladdin
“Gaston” – Josh Gad, Luke Evans and Alan Menken
“How Far I’ll Go” – Auliʻi Cravalho
“I Won’t Say I’m In Love” – Ariana Grande
“I Wan’na Be Like You” – Darren Criss
“I’ll Make A Man Out Of You” – Donny Osmond
“It’s a Small World” – John Stamos
“Let It Go” – Amber Riley
“The Bare Necessities” – Erin Andrews, Bobby Bones, Carrie Ann Inaba and Marcus Scribner
“Under The Sea” – Jordan Fisher
“You’ve Got a Friend In Me” – Josh Groban

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Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret, opera and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. She has a screenplay and a TV show in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She is a proud member of the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle and was a nominator. Email: suzanna@t2conline.com

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