Professional Bull Riders

Edge-of-the Seat Action Hits Town as the Professional Bull Riders Buck-Off Returns @ Madison Square Garden

By: Ellis Nassour

Want to ring in the New Year with a buck instead of a bang? Then the
place to be is with the international bull riders – but, unless you are brave and wear chaps, on the sidelines. NYC gets a huge influx of brawn and bravado in addition to winter chill for three intense days, January 6-8, as the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) mount and bravely try to stay on monster bulls for eight seconds. Sounds easy, you say! Not on your life!

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White Rabbit Red Rabbit

Brian Stokes Mitchell Will Perform White Rabbit Red Rabbit
November 28

By Beau Jared

Two-time Tony winner Brian Stokes Mitchell will join the legends of A-List names to perform in young Iranian playwright  Nassium Soleimanpour’s internationally-acclaimed black comedy White Rabbit Red Rabbit -one-night-only, Monday, November 28, at West Side Stages at 8 P.M.


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Paulanne Simmons Unscripted

Best Seats In The House

Orchestra seats. We all want them. And many of us are willing to pay top dollar to get them. However, it’s remarkable how a $200 seat can turn into a fiasco, making us long for a more modest place in the balcony. 


We all know what happens when a six-foot-three bruiser sits down in front of us.
Or how about when your next-door-neighbor takes up a seat and a half?

But size is not everything. Not at all.

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She Loves Me

Tony Award winning production will appear in cinemas nationwide.

By Patrick Christiano

On December 1st Fathom Events and BroadwayHD launches their partnership with the Tony Award winning Roundabout Theater Company’s production of She Loves Me in select cinemas nationwide. This past Thursday October 10th Bonnie Comley and Stewart F. Lane hosted a special screening of She Loves Me at UA 25 on 42nd Street in New York City. 

DSC03845David Horn, Bonnie Comley, Stewart F. Lane, Zachary Levi

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Glenn Close Sunset Boulevard

Three Time Tony Award-winner Glenn Close  returns to Broadway in her most iconic role as Norma Desmond in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Tony Award-winning Best Musical Sunset Boulevard with opening night set for on February 9, 2017.

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Best in Shows @ 54 Below

Farah Alvin, Roger Bart, Haven Burton, Eden Espinosa, Capathia Jenkins,  Andy Karl, Orfeh, Gabriella Pizzolo, Keala Settle, Margo Seibert, Rob McClure (Chaplin), Charles Strouse (Annie) and Shanice Williams will star in Best in Shows, a star-studded cabaret evening benefitting  the Humane Society of New York, on Sunday, October 23 , 2016 at 7 pm at Feinstein’s/ 54 Below. 


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The Flea Presents 28 Hours

The Flea presents The Every 28 Hours project Tuesday, October 25th

A black man and a white man stand on a cliff, overlooking a vast expanse of land representing America. A family builds a bunker made of books. Two young black men in hoodies lie in pools of red light, being held by their mothers.

These are just some of the responses from 72 playwrights across the country who were given a writing prompt: “Every 28 hours a black man is killed by police.”  Each of these playwrights wrote a one-minute play inspired in some way by this statistic, and the result is a play cycle called Every 28 Hours.

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Laura Benanti @ Cafe Carlyle

Laura Benanti Has Tales from Soprano Isle

By Sandi Durell

Tony Award Winner Laura Benanti must have had quite a nightmare dreaming that all sopranos would one day be shipped out and banished to an island! Well, who knows, maybe they will . . . but she will be left behind to weave her magical soprano web on audiences now awaiting her at Café Carlyle. She is the perfect representative of the group as she plies her warm, delicious purring well trained voice along with her quick-witted humor in this debut performance.



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Ave Q Presidential Debate

Long-running Best Musical Avenue Q Offers a Live-Streamed ‘Presidential’ Debate Monday at New World Stages

By: Ellis Nassour

The cast of long-running Best Musical Avenue Q, in the tradition they began in 2004 with a bully puppet ‘presidential’ debate between faux furry George W. Bush and John Kerry, will host another bully puppet debate Monday at noon at New World Stages.


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New York Pops Undergound

The New York Pops presented “The New York Pops Underground”, featuring Tony nominees Montego Glover and Tony Yazbeck, hosted by New York Pops conductor Steven Reineke to benefit The New York Pops’ PopsEd music education programs at Feinstein’s 54 Below SSC_1025Montego Glover, Steven Reineke

There was a champagne reception and dinner with wine pairings, and a special treat  with performances from two of Broadway’s finest performers Montego Glover and Tony Yazbeck
Sept 19, 2016. Photography: Maryann Lopinto

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