March 2, 2017 Staff 0

It’s been 40 years since Debby Boone’s (pictured above) recording of You Light Up My Life spent ten weeks at the top of the charts. […]


December 8, 2016 Jamie Moses 0

On December 5th, The York Theatre Company in New York honored Broadway legend Joel Grey (pictured above) with the 25th Oscar Hammerstein Award for Lifetime […]


November 3, 2016 Jamie Moses 0

The fabulous Annaleigh Ashford (pictured left) is certainly very busy these days. First, she appeared as Columbia in The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do […]


June 16, 2016 Artvoice 0

BY JAVIER BUSTILLOS The fabulous Jayne Houdyshell (pictured left) just won the 2016 Tony Award for best featured actress for her performance in Stephen Karam’s […]


May 12, 2016 Artvoice 0

Broadway legend, lyricist Sheldon Harnick (pictured above) will receive a Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement at this year’s ceremony. Harnick, who turned 92 this past April 30th, has two of his musicals running on Broadway this season.


April 28, 2016 Artvoice 0

Three of the most popular movie musicals of the 1980s, Flashdance (1983), Footloose (1984), and Dirty Dancing (1987) have been adapted for the stage but only one of them ever made it to Broadway. Footloose opened at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on October 1998 and ran for almost two years.

Stagefright 4.14

April 14, 2016 Artvoice 0

By Javier Ten-time Tony Award winner Tommy Tune (pictured above) will be a special guest of honor this Saturday at the sold out gala event […]

Stagefright – 3.31.16

March 31, 2016 Artvoice 0

By Javier Actor/playwright/humorist Jesse Eisenberg (pictured above) is playing Lex Luthor in the current movie hit Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which broke some […]


March 17, 2016 Artvoice 0

> by JAVIER Broadway legend Joel Grey (pictured above) who will turn 84 this coming April just published his memoir Master of Ceremonies. Last year, […]


March 7, 2016 Artvoice 0

The fabulous Diane Lane (pictured above) recently announced that she will fund a grant for arts educators to honor director/composer/writer Elizabeth Swados who died on January 5th. Buffalo born Swados wrote the music for Lane’s acting debut in a production of Medea at New York’s La MaMa back in 1972 when she was six years old.