Happy holidays, theatre peeps!
The holiday weekend brought lots of record breakin’ and history makin’ to the Great White Way this year – one of the most successful in history. 451 more words
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More Gaudy Patter
“Bye Bye Blackbird” was written by Ray Henderson and lyricist Mort Dixon; if I seem to be relying heavily on popular songs from the 1920s, I just can’t help it. 92 more words
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Thanks to Deirdre Jennings, who joined us at my vocal showcase on Friday Nov. 22 for two tunes. Here they are; she did a great job with both of them! 11 more words
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Get ready to set sail! Now you have the chance to go aboard the 2014 Jazz Cruise through WhyHunger’s online charity auction. Jazz fans can… 163 more words
East End Findings
I couldn’t think of a better inauguration of this blog than starting with a post about the Palm Tree.
A pub that embodies everything this publication stands for: the East End’s inspiring combination of old and new, local and global, cool and mundane. 114 more words
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The Boston Harbor Picayune
Rich Dimare is one of those smooth crooners that immediately impresses with his diversity and his comfortable talents. He is nominated for 2013 as Entertainer of the Year – New England’s Best. 236 more words
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Hey, theatre fans! It’s been another week full of big news on Broadway, so here we go!
Welcome to Times Square and to Beautiful: The Carole King Musical! 587 more words