Sean Cheesman to Choreograph APRIL FOOLS at the Segal Centre!

“The Segal Centre is reopening and putting theatre back in the spotlight with the upcoming English-language premiere of April Fools, a pop/rock cabaret musical from Israeli superstar and two-time “Israeli Singer of the Year” Keren Peles… As a cherry on top of the scintillating creative team is the internationally renowned So You Think You Can Dance choreographer Sean Cheesman.” – Broadwayworld Montreal

Sara Mearns Will Perform in New York City Ballet’s Upcoming Spring Season!

The centerpiece of Spring 2022 is a two-week celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Company’s legendary 1972 Stravinsky Festival, with four thrilling programs including a premiere by Silas Farley and the now-classic trilogy inspired by Greek mythology and concepts. Guest artists from the Dance Theatre of Harlem grace the stage in the NYCB premiere of Gustave le Gray No. 1 by Pam Tanowitz, who also contributes her second world premiere for the Company, and the season comes to a close with the perennial favorite A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Click here to visit the New York City Ballet’s website for tickets and more information!

Lorin Latarro to Choreograph New York City Center’s Production of Into the Woods!

The upcoming New York City Center Encores! production of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Into the Woods is set to run May 4-15 at the New York venue. The cast includes Heather Headley as the Witch, Sara Bareilles as the Baker’s Wife, and Christian Borle as the Baker. Encores! Artistic Director Lear deBessonet will helm the production, with choreography by Lorin Latarro and music direction by Rob Berman. Click here for tickets!

Ben Vereen Featured in TV Line Interview with B Positive Executive Producer Chuck Lorre!

“One of the best parts about this job is you get a ringside seat to watch great actors work, and Ben Vereen is a legendary performer. It was an opportunity to show not only his extraordinary abilities as an actor, but to take a moment and show that [caring for Peter] is not just a job for Gina. This isn’t business, it’s personal. The one thing this giant corporation [that wanted to acquire Valley Hills] couldn’t offer was this personal connection — that human being there who knows you and cares for you, not as a number or as a source of income, but as a human being.” Read the full interview here!