By Wei-Huan Chen Published 3:13 pm CST, Thursday, November 29, 2018 Eva Noblezada and Samuel Li Weintraub in a scene from the Broadway production of "Miss Saigon." Eva Noblezada and Samuel Li Weintraub in a scene from the Broadway production of "Miss Saigon." Photo: Matthew Murphy Photo: Matthew Murphy Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Eva Noblezada and Samuel Li Weintraub in a scene from the Broadway production of "Miss Saigon." Eva Noblezada and Samuel Li Weintraub in a scene from the Broadway production of "Miss Saigon." Photo: Matthew Murphy Tickets for Broadway's Miss Saigon go on sale Friday 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Tickets go live at 10 a.m. Friday for the new touring … [Read more...] about Tickets for Broadway’s Miss Saigon go on sale Friday
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Joan Marcus/SHN "Hamilton," the blockbuster musical fusing hip-hop and American history, is returning to San Francisco for what is essentially an open-ended run. Warner Bros. Arguably the world's big-screen lizard returns to movie theaters May 31 in "Godzilla: King of the Monsters." Sound The gallery will resume inseconds Andrew Eccles/Courtesy of Esa-Pekka Salonen Esa-Pekka Salonen, who was recently named S.F. Symphony's next conductor, has a pair of engagements in early 2019. HBO Will Jon Snow (played by Kit Harington) wind up triumphant (or at least less mopey) in "Game or Thrones?" We'll find out when the final season debuts in April. D. Ross Cameron/staff archives Rock singer-songwriter Bob Seger bringts his Silver Bullet Band to Sacramento in February, as part of his farewell tour. Ross Halfin/Black Sabbath Singer Ozzy Osbourne's postponed farewell tour makes a re-scheduled stop in Mountain View in July. Andrew Eccles/Alvin Ailey American Dance … [Read more...] about ‘Hamilton,’ Godzilla, ‘GOT,’ Ozzy — here’s what we are looking forward to in 2019
Students of West Genesee High School will perform the musical “Bye Bye Birdie” as their spring show 7 p.m. Thursday, February 7, and Friday, February 8, and 2 p.m. Saturday, February 9, 2019.The following information was provided by Bonnie Russell: "The year is 1958, and the rock-and-roll idol making every teenage girl swoon, Conrad Birdie (Matthew Aldinger), has been drafted into the US Army. His fans are devastated, but none more than his songwriter and agent, Albert Peterson (Matthew Cabiles). Rose Alvarez (Anna Kate Waters), Albert’s more-than-a-secretary, schemes a farewell performance to take place on the Ed Sullivan Show. It is a desperate attempt to save Albert’s career, and any hope of their romance. The Almaelou record company is also at stake, as Mrs. Mae Peterson (Ella Moran) very subtly points out."Albert pens a new song, “One Last Kiss,” for Conrad to sing to fan club member Kim MacAfee (Cassidi Callaghan) bidding her farewell with an … [Read more...] about High school musicals 2019: West Genesee High School presents ‘Bye Bye Birdie’
Valentine’s Day 2019 may be history, but the romance continues over at Queensbury with the world premiere of For Tonight, by Spencer Williams, Shenelle Salcido and Whitney Rhodes, with music and lyrics by Williams and Salcido.Inspired by journals belonging to Williams’ great-great-great grandfather, the story begins in Wales, 1832, when a young boy, Haydon Parry, befriends a group of Romani. He connects with them through their music, which they share with him, and they even loan him a guitar. When Haydon finds that the village wants them to leave, he (with just a little help from his siblings, Thomas and Nettie) convinces his father to let them stay on their farm.Continue ReadingThe sweet story ends here, as we find that ten years later, the three Parry children live alone, their parents long deceased from an illness that swept through the village. The Romani that Haydon knew are long gone as well, believed to have perished when someone set fire to their vardos (wagons). … [Read more...] about Romance and Family are Alive and Set to a Beat in Queensbury’s For Tonight
An island romance with magical overtones. A plucky waitress in distress. And that classic tale about a guy who stole a couple of candlesticks.All of these are on the agenda for the next Broadway in Birmingham series. Four shows were announced today by the American Theatre Guild for its 2019-2020 season at the BJCC Concert Hall, 2100 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd. North.Here’s the agenda:“Once On This Island,” Dec. 13-15, 2019.Winner of the 2018 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical, “Once on This Island” tells the story of a peasant girl who’s befriended by four gods who oversee a tropical island. With their help, she manages to bring together people of different social classes, using the power of love as a unifier.The original Broadway production of “Once on This Island” ran from 1980 to 1981, with a book and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens and music by Stephen Flaherty. The show was revived in 2017 at Circle in the Square Theatre. (Note: The … [Read more...] about Broadway in Birmingham announces ‘Waitress,’ ‘Les Mis,’ ‘Once on This Island,’ more for 2019-20 season
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Even when you’re dealing with one of the most diverse and all-around best Rock and Roll Hall of Fame classes in quite some time, the debate never ends.On Friday, The Cure, Roxy Music, Def Leppard, Radiohead, Stevie Nicks, The Zombies and Janet Jackson will be inducted into the Rock Hall during a ceremony in New York City. Tickets for the ceremony can still be purchased via Ticketmaster or StubHub, and for the museum’s annual simulcast in Cleveland. As is the case every year, you’ll find fans willing to argue for and against each act. Some simply don’t “get” Radiohead, Roxy Music or The Cure. They’ll wonder if Stevie Nicks solo career Rock Hall worthy or if The Zombies lacking in the fame department. And how good of a band is Def Leppard?Thankfully, we have all the answers. Just kidding.This is one of the more subjective topics you can tackle. Still, let’s go ahead and rank this year’s Inductees based on their … [Read more...] about Which 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee is most deserving?