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Politics. Sex. Love. Secrets. Intrigue. Power. Betrayal. All elements you’d find in a good spy thriller are also to be found in the new opera Fellow Travelers, receiving its New York premiere at the 2018 Prototype Festival. With music, story and perf …Read more

Sarah Rothenberg’s exquisite A Proust Sonata: 7 Tableaux En Musique debuted January 10th at The French Institute’s Florence Gould Hall, produced by Da Camera of Houston Productions. It’s easily the most ravishing event I’ll see this year. If you are …Read more

Four extraordinary women are the visionary producers behind the Prototype Festival: Beth Morrison (President, Beth Morrison Projects), Jecca Barry (Executive Director, Beth Morrison Projects), Kristin Martig (Artistic Director, HERE) and Kim Whitener …Read more

There’s no question 2017 was a breakout year for stage phenom Eva Noblezada. With a highly anticipated Broadway debut, a much-lauded Tony nomination, and even a marriage to her longtime boyfriend, it’s safe to say that the spunky starlet has indeed “ …Read more

“Almost no one loves Liza as much as I do.” Such is the bold and ballsy statement made by longtime superfan Rick Skye. He’s probably right, though. Considering the “Liza” in question is none other than Ms. Minnelli herself, whom he’s been lovingly im …Read more

Lauren Molina of The Skivvies (Nick was out with a pulled muscle, hope you feel better Nick!) talks about the duo’s upcoming engagements at Feinstein’s/54 Below, their wishes for the new year, what’s it like to have done almost all the songs in the w …Read more

Join cabaret sensations Kim David Smith and Molly Pope as they ring in 2018 with No Thrill from Champagne at Pangea. The dazzling duo will pay tribute to Noel Coward, Cole Porter and Marlene Dietrich during a night full of glamour, laughs, and two of …Read more

The star of Frozen and Hair will headline the New Year’s show at Feinstein’s/54 Below. We caught up with her to talk about her wishes for 2018, putting together her setlist, and how she hits that note on “Let It Go” every night. …Read more

Tony nominee Norm Lewis return to Feinstein’s/54 Below with a new holiday show called Santa Baby! We spoke to him about his success this year with the immersive production of Sweeney Todd, his favorite holiday music and what’s on his letter to Santa. …Read more

Great American Songbook expert Michael Feinstein returns to his prestigious concert venue with a series of shows where he will celebrate Christmas Crooners. We spoke to Mr. Feinstein about selecting the songs for a holiday show, his favorite Christma …Read more

American Lyric Theater presents ALT Alumni: Composers and Librettists in Concert on January 14, 2018

Mr. Joe Iconis and Family return to Feinstein’s/54 Below for their 10th annual Christmas Extravaganza. We spoke to the bandleader about keeping the show fresh, getting to work with incredible artists and what’s on his plate for next year. https://you …Read more

Robert Creighton, the star of Frozen and Cagney talks about his holiday show at Feinstein’s/54 Below, his favorite holiday traditions and why Christmas jazz is his favorite music genre. For more information on Robert Crei …Read more

While many holiday albums are populated by fanciful snowmen, flying reindeer, and jolly old men, Loose Cattle’s Seasonal Affective Disorder features stories about people living different kinds of Christmases. In songs like the affecting “Please Daddy …Read more

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American Lyric Theater presented A Toast to Ten Years

The capstone event of the REEEC symposium 10 days that shook the world is the Lyric Theatre at Illinois’ production From …Read more

Celebrated tenor Amine J. Hachem will make his Carnegie Hall debut with A Middle Eastern Christmas: From the Mediterranean to the Americas on December 13. We asked him about the music he loves, his favorite Christmas traditions and getting to sing at …Read more

Associated Chamber Music Players (ACMP) presents its first Live Stream Chamber Music Masterclass on Saturday, February 1 …Read more

Alice Ripley and Emily Skinner are back at Feinstein’s/54 Below with their show Unattached! in which they revisit some old favorites and introduce material they didn’t get to perform in the first installment of the series in 2016. We spoke to Ripley …Read more

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