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Cabaret (1972)

Since the beginning of commercial cinema, filmmakers have been adapting stories that were successful in other forms. There are a few different reasons for this. Sometimes it’s just because producers feel safer investing in a property that’s made money for somebody else. 1,672 more words


Happy Birthday Bob Fosse

Today is the 88th birthday of the choreographer Bob Fosse.  I am partial to Sweet Charity, but Cabaret is pretty much perfection.  He helped propel dance into the widely-recognized and appreciated art form that it is today.   477 more words

Billie Joe Armstrong, Harold Prince Bring New Musicals to Off Broadway's Atlantic Theater

Rocker Billie Joe Armstrong and Broadway royalty Harold Prince each have a place in the 2015-16 season at Off Broadway’s Atlantic Theater Company, with new musicals from each landing at the New York company co-founded by David Mamet and William H. 277 more words


Selected events (01/12) + Today’s Featured Neighborhood: Times Square/ Theater District

Today’s “Fab 5″+1 / Selected NYCity Events – MONDAY, JAN. 12, 2015.
“We search the internet everyday looking for the very best of What’s Happening on Manhattan’s WestSide, so that you don’t have to. 1,618 more words

September 26, 1957 - West Side Story Opens on Broadway

On September 26, 1957, West Side Story, a modern musical take on Romeo and Juliet based on rivalries between white and Puerto Rican teenage street gangs, opened at the Winter Garden Theater on Broadway in New York City.  531 more words


REVIEW: Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me

Just last weekend, I curled up in bed with my laptop to watch “Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me” on Netflix.  I found myself pleasantly entertained, but in the midst of an onslaught of new releases, I didn’t have a chance to bang out a quick review.   387 more words

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film feature: sondheim, company, paley, and serendipity

Company: Original Cast Album (1970) + Chance + Zelig-Like Friend Stephen Paley

This is a post about serendipity: new friends, old passions, theatrical design, and Stephen Sondheim. 1,274 more words

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