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Broadway Follies: On Hal Prince, The Tony Awards & Art V. Commerce

UPDATE Wednesday morning, adding link to N.Y. Times column below. 

Earlier: Jeremy Gerard has covered the evolving fortunes of Jujamcyn Theatres since it became a formidable competitor to the larger Shubert and Nederlander organizations in the late 1980s. 1,390 more words



Dear Pete:

Let me start by saying that I am a fan. I grew up in the 1970s when the Reds were The Big Red Machine. 1,524 more words

Current Events

Pacific Overture: Hal Prince Sets Fall Japan Dates, NY Stars For Broadway Retrospective

Now here’s an out-of-town tryout: Hal Prince’s long-gestating retrospective musical Prince Of Broadway will begin performances on October 23 at Theatre Orb. That’s not the newest name-change for a Broadway house. 638 more words

Breaking News

Ramin Karimloo Set To Play Hal Prince In Japan!!!

When most people leave a big Broadway show, they take a break. Ramin Karimloo’s starring in a Hal Prince biopic in Japan. The Prince of Broadway was originally slated for New York in 2012 with Sierra Boggess attached (weirdly enough) but now it’s coming to Japan in the Fall. 103 more words

Hal Prince Will Stage New Musical World Premiere Next Season

The all-time Tony-wining champ (21) will direct The Band’s Visit for off-Broadway’s Atlantic Theater Company next spring. It’s based on Eran Kolirin’s award-winning 2007 film about an Egyptian police band stranded in a remote Israeli desert village before a concert meant to inaugurate an Arab arts center. 241 more words


A Memorable Staples-Broadway Connection

Staples Players is in the midst of another this-is-like-Broadway run. “Sweeney Todd” wowed audiences last weekend. Tickets may sell out soon for this weekend’s final shows. 275 more words


I Was Somebody. Honestly.

(Forty years ago, in 1975, is when my newest Face
of Miami decided this would be his last stop. Then a popular and inexpensive haven for retirees, Miami was sliding rapidly from it’s Magic City heyday into a senior citizen parking lot. 656 more words

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