Favorite number from the “golden age” of Broadway.
The “golden age” of Broadway was from 1943 to 1959 (PBS). The Sound of Music opened in 1959 and won the Tony for Best Musical, tying with 16 more words
I will admit I have unique taste in movies veering from the ridiculous to the sublime. This extends to my Christmas movie viewing.
It is not that I dislike… 291 more words
Christopher Durang may have written ‘Dentity Crisis in 1978, but Amy Dettling believes it tells a story that still resonates in 2014.
“‘Dentity Crisis is about a girl named Jane,” says Dettling, “and she’s really trying to figure out what her identity is in this world of complete absurdity.” 303 more words
There are certain TV events that you have to watch live if you’re going to watch at all, and awards shows are most definitely in this category. 1,033 more words
Broadway musical “Matilda” has recouped its $16 million capitalization costs, according to the show’s producers, officially making the strong-selling family show a hit.
After recoupment, all subsequent box office revenue (minus weekly running costs and other ongoing expenses) will funnel back to producers and investors as profit. 299 more words