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“Broadway Boys” for Toys at 42 West

“Broadway Boys” for Toys at 42 West

Next Monday, “Broadway Boys” will once against host Broadway’s favorite holiday party and concert with the 9th Annual “Broadway Sings for Toys” benefit for Toys for Tots. The annual concert and cocktail party helps gather some of Broadway’s hottest talents ...

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54 Below Just Wants to Have Fun

54 Below Just Wants to Have Fun

This Sunday (December 14), 54 Below will let its multi-colored hair down with a one night only performance of “Singing Cyndi Lauper: 54 Just Wants to Have Fun.” With some of Broadway and cabaret’s most notable talents the explosive celebration ...

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Heck With The Halls: The Asphalt Christmas

Heck With The Halls: The Asphalt Christmas

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas – yuk! One of the darker new holiday traditions, The Asphalt Christmas will open once again in time for, and in protest of, annual holiday festivities. Launched in 2o11, the show presented by Gracy ...

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Ann Hampton Callaway Brings “Turning Points” to 54 Below

Ann Hampton Callaway Brings “Turning Points” to 54 Below

Beginning tonight, Tony-nominated Broadway star and multiple MAC Award winner Ann Hampton Callaway will kick off a seven day run at 54 Below with an exciting new show, Turning Points. Exploring the milestones of  life through song, Callaway is backed by the Ted Rosenthal Trip, singing ...

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Mummenschanz Returns to NYC for Limited Run

Mummenschanz Returns to NYC for Limited Run

Starting tonight, Mummenschanz, the renowned theatrical group, will return to New York City with a limited 12-performance run at the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts as part of their current U.S. national tour, from November 20-30. The show, which ...

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Cancer and Cowboys and Childhood, Oh My!

Cancer and Cowboys and Childhood, Oh My!

In You Got Older, a young woman struggles when she returns to her childhood home to help her sick father By Aine Abruscati One of the most difficult experiences in life is watching someone close to you get sick. When ...

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SoloLab Goes Where Solo Theatre Hasn’t Gone Before

SoloLab Goes Where Solo Theatre Hasn’t Gone Before

All for One Theater launches a two-week showcase of solo works-in-progress By Aine Abruscati All for One Theater (AFO), committed to developing sole performance and inspiring theatre audiences with the individual voice, is marking its fourth anniversary with the launch ...

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Rebellious Songstress at Home on Stage and in Songs

Rebellious Songstress at Home on Stage and in Songs

Storm Large Debuts New CD ‘Le Bonheur’ at Joe’s Pub By Aine Abruscati For someone who dreams about being onstage, I’m quick to critique performers, particularly singers and singer-songwriters. However, it is tough for me to find much flaw in ...

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