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The second annual Tilt Kids Festival came to a close on Easter Sunday with a performance of Cuisine & Confessions, an energetic spectacle by Montreal-based collective The 7 Fingers (best known in the States for their work in the revival of Pippin …Read more

Stanley Kubrick’s contributions to cinema extend well beyond his innovative way of juxtaposing images to tell stories and his symmetrical compositions; he was also a master at using music to heighten and highlight emotions. Whether he was using Jocel …Read more

The Sheen Center for Thought & Culture in NoHo was the perfect setting for Tony and Grammy Award winner Michael Cerveris to display his musical talents on guitar and vocals. The former Fun Home star performed a set of original music spanning two …Read more

From their first collaboration in 1965 to 2015’s The Visit, composer John Kander and lyricist Fred Ebb have cemented their place as musical theatre icons. The songwriting team penned such legendary hits as Cabaret, Chicago, and NYC anthem “New York, …Read more

Two-time Tony winner Michael Cerveris is part of The Sheen Center’s exciting spring programming. On March 16th, the Broadway icon will be joined by his band to play songs from his album Piety, a celebration of New Orleans culture featuring some of Ce …Read more

From Bridget Jones to Bollywood, the influence of Jane Austen’s beloved Pride and Prejudice is undeniable, and yet we don’t have an ultimate musical theatre adaptation! This might change with Lawrence Rush’s take on the novel, which he presented in c …Read more

To celebrate the release of his album Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs the Tony-winning showman held a concert at the legendary Carnegie Hall, which at one point saw him singing an Adele/Lady Gaga/Katy Perry medley backed up by the New York Gay Men’s C …Read more

On two consecutive nights in early August, The New York Pops took over historic Forest Hills Stadium in Queens to begin their annual summer residency. It seems as if the elements conspired to make both nights unforgettable, as the hot, humid weather …Read more

Sutton Foster is so generous a performer that she celebrated her upcoming birthday by giving the audience a present. The night of March 13, 2015, as she joined The New York Pops to make her solo debut at Carnegie Hall, she announced at one point she …Read more

The Halloween decorations are just starting to come down, the first leaves have just began to fall, when suddenly there it is in every store, corner and radio station: Christmas music. With businesses highlighting the season’s consumerism by bombardi …Read more