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Connick and The Sting

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BY BILLY SUTER

THE movie that led to The Entertainer, Marvin Hamlisch’s hit of the Scott Joplin ragtime instrumental, reaching No 3 on the US Billboard charts in 1974, is headed for Broadway as a stage musical starring crooner-actor Harry Connick jnr. 374 more words

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"In the Room Where it Happens"... HAMILTON (finally)!

Seeing as we are on a break between trips… I wanted to take a moment to share about the amazingness which is the musical, Hamilton.  I had the privilege of seeing this show at The Paramount Theater in Seattle, and I just have to say it was absolutely… 235 more words

Broadway

Harry Connick Jr signs to perform, co-write 'Sting' musical at Paper Mill

Harry Connick Jr. will play Paul Newman in the world-premiere musical production of “The Sting” at the Paper Mill Playhouse (March 29-April 29). Once again, this Tony Award-winning theater is  serving as an out-of-town launch pad for Broadway. 1,805 more words

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360° Lyrics: “King of New York” from NEWSIES

“King of New York”

Sung by Ben Fanhauser, Kara Lindsay, and Ensemble in Disney’s Newsies the Musical 383 more words

360° Lyrics

360° Lyrics: "Santa Fe" from NEWSIES

“Santa Fe”

Sung by Jeremy Jordan in Disney’s Newsies the Musical
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360° Lyrics

Philadelphia's Maggie Lakis on her Role in Something Rotten! and her Favorite Local Spots.

photo by Jeremy Daniel

The ten time Tony-nominated Something Rotten! will make its Philadelphia debut on February 27th at the Kimmel Center’s Academy of Music. Set in the late 1500s, this hilarious musical tells the story of Nick and Nigel Bottom, a pair of brothers who are desperate to write a hit play. 1,030 more words

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Audra McDonald receives MIT’s Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts -The Boston Globe

Audra McDonald receives MIT’s Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts 

By Sophie Cannon GLOBE CORRESPONDENT   FEBRUARY 16, 2018

Attending MIT with some of the best and brightest is great for your resume, but a tutorial from a six-time Tony Award-winning actress? 405 more words

Sophie Cannon