“A CHRISTMAS STORY LIVE! aired last night on FOX… The broadcast was inspired by the holiday classic feature A CHRISTMAS STORY and the Tony Award-nominated Broadway production A CHRISTMAS STORY: THE MUSICAL.”
Watch all 10 numbers from A Christmas Story Live here, choreographed by Zach Woodlee!
“EST and The Radio Drama Network (Melina Brown, President) will present AGAINST THE HILLSIDE, written by Sylvia Khoury and directed by William Carden. AGAINST THE HILLSIDE will begin performances on January 31, 2018 and officially opens February 8, for a limited run through February 25, 2018.”
“On Tuesday, December 12th, WAITRESS co-stars Jason Mraz and Betsy Wolfe stop by Rachael Ray’s daytime talk show to perform It Only Takes a Taste from the hit musical! BWW has a first look at the performance below!”
“But as much as we may need a life-changing lesson, the joy abounds in Immerwahr’s production as well. With music by the late composer Michael Friedman and choreography by Lorin Latarro, the raucous party scenes lift the soul out of any darkness.
These various celebrations also allow the cast’s diversity to shine – actors of all shapes, sizes, colors, ages, and types make up the cast and the community ensemble with an effortless flair throughout the stage, aisles, and lobby.”
“Ana Gasteyer and more take you behind-the-scenes of rehearsals for A CHRISTMAS STORY LIVE!, airing Sunday, December 17th at 7/6c on FOX!”
“It was a dream come true for the hundred-plus Eastern Connecticut Ballet students performing in their annual production of The Nutcracker at the Garde Arts Center Saturday afternoon — for them, it was their chance to dance alongside their ‘Queen,’ New York City Ballet principal dancer Sara Mearns.
‘She looked at me!’ one young dancer, who just finished her performance next to Mearns, said after running offstage.”
“As a young black man, playwright Nathan James often felt like he had to mask his emotions. The Pittsburgh native returns to the August Wilson Center this week to perform his one man play Growing Pains. 90.5 WESA’s Virginia Alvino Young recently spoke with James about his show, which looks at how and where we grow up impacts who we become. ”