Queen Lattifah says “I was exhausted, frankly, after a day’s work of being Bessie. She had a husband, a boyfriend and a girlfriend. She was fighting and singing. That’s a lot of woman.”
From the wicked imagination of Todrick Hall comes this LGBT version of Beauty and the Beast that has taken the nation by storm this weekend. With multi-media clips included.
Bridget Everett is just one of a dozen reasons to head to Saratoga Springs for the Orchard Project at the newly restored Universal Preservaton Hall. Music, theatre and dance are all part of their devilishly delicious lineup.
Ed Dixon transforms himself into George Rose and some 50 other famous stars in this one man tour-de-force which is under development at the TriArts Sharon Playhouse, and we offer a chance for you to glimpse some excerpts in a new video.
The celebrated pop star is also an opera composer, and the depth of musical knowledge Rufus Wainwright has accumulated has brought him fame from many sectors of the musical world.
Esposito seems to be everywhere – internet, podcasts, tv celeb, but in-person with her trademark side mullet and jean jacket she is at her personal best as she lets you into her honest and very funny world.
Burns and Murray loved this show, now playing in Troy: “Strimbeck had her cast walking, dancing, creeping, and jumping all over the theatre.” One word: GO!