Review: Sting’s ‘The Last Ship’ is thrilling stuff~article from The Wall Street Journal

NEW YORK — You may be tempted upon leaving Sting’s Broadway musical “The Last Ship” to head straight to a pub to drain a pint and sing some sea shanties. Or maybe go weld something. Or do both. Such are…

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THIS IS OUR YOUTH BROADWAY REVIEWS~article from Didhelikeit.com

http://www.didhelikeit.com/shows/this-is-our-youth.html

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Sting’s the Last Ship: The Prodigal Son Returns~article from Huffington Post

If you’ve attended any of the packed previews of The Last Ship at the Neil Simon Theater, you may have noticed its originator and composer Sting lurking about. At your surprise to see him, he exclaims, “It’s my baby!” Indeed,…

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Strong Start for ‘A Delicate Balance’ on Broadway~article from The NY Times

Glenn Close at the Golden Theater, where she is appearing in “A Delicate Balance.”Credit Todd Heisler/The New York Times The starry Broadway revival of Edward Albee’s “A Delicate Balance” smashed the box-office record at the Golden Theater last week in…

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Book Review: ‘Bernstein Meets Broadway: Collaborative Art in a Time of War’ by Carol J. Oja~article from Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Just in time for the new Broadway revival of On the Town, the WWII-era musical about three sailors on a one-day shore leave in New York City, comes Carol J. Oja’s book Bernstein Meets Broadway: Collaborative Art in a Time…

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Stage Door: On The Town~article from The Huffington Post

New York, New York is a hellava town. Just ask Bernstein, Comden and Green, who fashioned a zippy tribute to 24 hours in the Big Apple, based on a ballet by Jerome Robbins. The Broadway revival of the 1944 musical…

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On The Town, Bat Boy, etc.~article from Inside Higher Ed

I recently attended the latest Broadway revival of On The Town. The music for the show was written by Leonard Bernstein, the book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green all were based on an idea and a ballet…

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Old New York in ‘On the Town’~article from The Huffington Post

The sights and sounds of old New York are just a few of the marvels of the musical On the Town, newly revived at the Lyric Theater. If you see a subway sign marked IRT, you know you are in…

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Why Live Entertainment Isn’t Going Away~article from Bloombergtv.com

Howard Kagan and Janet Kagan, producers of “On The Town,” explain why live entertainment isn’t going away. They speak with Bloomberg’s Pimm Fox on “Taking Stock.” (Source: Bloomberg)  Read more… http://www.bloomberg.com/video/why-live-entertainment-isn-t-going-away-NpGHzk2GS8eWtRaz5RdjoQ.html

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They Were Singing and Dancing in the Rain~article from The New York Times.com

Katie Huff and Tony Yazbeck were married Monday in Portland, Me. Cathy George, an Episcopal priest, officiated at Portland Yacht Services. The bride, 26, is an actress who met Mr. Yazbeck when they were starring in the 2012-13 production of…

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