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BDC to Broadway: Drew King in “On the 20th Century”
Broadway Dance Center blog

Former BDC Front Desk Manager, Drew King, made the “leap” (well, really just a 0.3 mile walk) from Broadway Dance Center to Broadway—starring in… 2,075 more words


French Press

Well, today I had occasion to stop by Williams Sonoma. And when I walked in the door, well, guess who was standing at the door on greeter patrol? 70 more words


Sydney theatre lovers are in for a treat when the brand new Australian production of the smash hit musical comedy, “Anything Goes”, presented by leading Australian theatre producer John Frost and Opera Australia Artistic Director, Lyndon Terracini, plays at the Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House from 5 September 2015. 375 more words

Stage Door Questions

I ‘M often asked some pretty interesting questions about Broadway and theatre when I leave the stage door.   And as such I thought I’d start to share some of those questions and my subsequent answers here. 616 more words

Broadway's $8.5M 'On The Town' Revival Sets September 6 Closing

They gave it their best shot — including a vibrant, full-throttle production — but after almost a year of struggle at Broadway’s second largest theater, the producers of… 215 more words

Breaking News

Titus Burgess Was Set to Teach College Classes Before 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'

If we were forced to take one and only one thing away from Netflix’s break-out comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt — minus the Emmy nods, the incredible Jon Hamm cameo, or just the general warm feelings the show gives you — it would be the re-emergence of  the brilliant Titus Burgess. 235 more words


The Tony Awards

Well, I seem to have talked about the Tonys so much that I might as well start with it. 

The Tony Awards was founded in 1947 by a committee of the American Theatre Wing headed by Brock Pemberton, and Antoinette Perry is the woman the Tony Awards is named after, she was nicknamed Tony, an actress, director, producer and co-founder of the American Theatre Wing, and she died in 1946.

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Eric Lindsay