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Bryan Cranston will surprise Broadway audiences when he portrays President Lyndon B. Johnson after being so closely associated with his "Breaking Bad" anti-hero, says the producer who is luring the actor to a New York stage. "It's truly a
Death may be called the eternal slumber, but is it possible that deceased 20th century entertainers are still creating new product? That's what an 83-year-old woman in San Diego claims, though music experts are skeptical.
NBC's game show "The Million Second Quiz" is running out of time to make an impact. Oklahoma's Carrie Underwood will perform a tribute to The Beatles at the close of "The 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards" on Sunday on CBS. Tony Award winners and
Our picks for the best coming to the Bay Area Aug. 26--Hallelujah! The fall theater season is shaping up to be so divine that the eagerly awaited return of the "The Book of Mormon" almost didn't make the cut for this top five list.
The company members will sing classics from opera, operetta and Broadway crossover shows. Selections include the Flower Duet from Laakme, Rusalka's Song to the Moon, pieces from The Marriage of Figaro and O Mio Babbino Caro, the Barcarolle from
For Bobby McFerrin, breaking new ground has always been synonymous with his music. His concerts are a mixed bag of musical styles drawing from jazz, classical, blues, and numerous other styles. He's performed unaccompanied, scatting and riffing with
Blue Monday, a brief, brash work by George Gershwin and Buddy DeSylva, enacted here by On Site Opera and the Harlem Opera Theater . Taking opera out of its traditional milieu is something companies, particularly independent ones, have been doing more
He's got rhythm, and he's got music as he channels the genius of Gershwin for almost two hours...While this chatty one-man show doesn't illuminate much about the artist's life and inspiration that you don't already know, it's a heartfelt valentine to
Suggested Topics This debut programme from the gifted young violinist Tamsin Waley-Cohen is themed around Euro-American musical interaction of the inter-war years, when classical composition was becoming influenced by black American idioms. This is
CPW's mismatched windows might irk a purist, but Mr. Adams' will surely enjoy his gleaming, grandfathered-in glass. Completed in 1930, 101 Central Park West is about as famous as the Gershwins' most famous productions. And for the past three decades,