Frank DiLella Hosted The Lion King’s 25th Anniversary Special on NY1!

“On Nov. 13, 1997, “The Lion King” burst onto the Broadway stage when it reopened the historic New Amsterdam Theatre on 42nd Street. 

In 2006, the show moved to The Minskoff Theatre, where it’s been playing to sold out crowds nightly.

“On Stage” host Frank DiLella spoke with Tom Schumacher, Disney Theatrical Productions president, Julie Taymor, a Tony winning director and designer, and actor L. Steven Taylor, who plays the character of Mufasa.​” – NY1

Frank DiLella to Host “On Stage Presents: Phantom of the Opera: The Final Curtain” on NY1!

“After nearly 14,000 performances, the final chandelier in Broadway’s “The Phantom of the Opera” will fall on Sunday, April 16. In the week leading up to the last performance, NY1 is celebrating the history-making musical phenomenon by taking viewers behind the mask that has captivated audiences for more than 35 years. Join NY1 for a look behind the curtain and a sit-down interview with Andrew Lloyd Webber, the composer of the iconic production. Hosted by Frank DiLella.” – NY1

Frank DiLella Walks the Runway at New York Fashion Week’s Blue Jacket Fashion Show!

Tonight in New York City, the Blue Jacket Fashion Show founded by fashion designer Frederick Anderson and marketer, Laura Miller, united the worlds of fashion, entertainment, sports, and healthcare to drive an open dialogue about the impact of prostate cancer. The Event featured appearances by Frank DiLella, Mario Cantone, Don Lemon, Bill Nye, Dominic Fumusa, Marcus Samuelsson, Eric West, & Alex Lundqvist among others. – The Hollywood Times

Frank DiLella Interviews Phantom of the Opera Stars About The Show’s Final Chapter

“NY1 entertainment journalist Frank DiLella recently caught up with the musical’s Phantom and Christine, Ben Crawford and Emilie Kouatchou, to chat about their show’s final chapter. The current company celebrated the show’s milestone 35th anniversary months before the musical plays its final performance on April 16.” Broadway Direct