Where has Leona Lewis been, you ask? Everywhere and nowhere. Soon, she’ll be on Broadway, starring in the Cats comeback as Grizabella. Read more...
British pop star Leona Lewis will make her Broadway debut in the upcoming revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber's hugely successful musical, Cats. Lewis will star as Grizabella the "Glamour Cat" — who sings one of the show's most memorable songs, "Memory" — replacing former Pussycat Doll singer Nicole Scherzinger. "I will never forget seeing [Cats] as a...
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Always up for a challenge, Leona Lewis will be heading to Broadway as part of the forthcoming “Cats” stage revival. The “X Factor” babe will play Grizabella, a role originally filled in London by Nicole Scherzinger. The “Boomerang” singer...Show More Summary
Purring love! The New York Times reports that singer Leona Lewis has signed on to play the role of Grizabella the Glamour Cat in the upcoming Broadway production of Cats. She'll replace Nicole Scherzinger, who played the mournful feline in the revival's West End production but allegedly dropped out of ... More »
If there's one thing Broadway musicals could use a little more of, it's the danger of the performers potentially becoming roadkill.
The 2015–16 season saw several newcomers and veterans alike working at the top of their game—and on Broadway, the highest platform a theater star can reach. Get to know the 20 brilliant Tony-nominated actors in this year’s plays below. And...Show More Summary
During a season where Broadway is grossing a record high of $1.37 billion, lead producers Stephen Byrd and Alia Jones-Harvey of Front Row Productions are making history of their own with “Eclipsed.” Starring Lupita Nyong’o, Pascale Armand,...Show More Summary
Mark Shenton’s list includes old Broadway/West End hands, two classical guys, and a rock star. Prepare to agree and/or argue about. (And as you fume about the names missing from the list, don’t forget that this is the final installment of Shenton’s top 50, and there are links to the others toward the end of […]
There are a handful of death-defying acts in Cirque du Soleil’s Paramour, which opened on Broadway last night at the Lyric Theatre. They are of the kind you expect from the world-renowned acrobatic troupe: like a pair of, er, very attractive and very… Read The post Cirque du Soleil Attempts a Broadway Musical With ‘Paramour’: REVIEW appeared first on Towleroad.
Every day, we get online, look our computers in the screens, aim no higher, summon all the courage we require, then suffer the humiliation of losing our chance to see Hamilton on Broadway. Despite our better logic, we'll never be satisfied until our names are finally called for those coveted tickets. Show More Summary
The show, at the Lyric Theater, features a story, set in old Hollywood, that adds the company’s usual circus acts to a traditional musical.
NEW YORK (AP) — The first signal you get that “Paramour” is no ordinary Broadway show is the size of the playbill. It’s a monster, easily dwarfing the regular booklets you get handed at every other theater. That makes sense. “Paramour” wants to be different, outsized and brash. It’s the first Cirque du Soleil show […]
Henrik Ibsen is often considered the father of realism, but the citation is, more likely than not, a result of plays written later in a career that began in1850. It was Ghosts (1879) and A Doll's House (1881), that we think of as having...Show More Summary
The lovestruck heart doesn’t merely leap in Paramour. It flips, flies, frolics, flits, flounces, trips to the moon on gossamer wings, beats like a boogie and jumps like a bean — everything exactly as one should expect from romance as filtered through the prism of Cirque du Soleil. Show More Summary
Award-winning new musical Dear Evan Hansen, which world premiered at Arena Stage in Washington, DC this past summer and will wrap its New York premiere at Second Stage this Sunday, is headed to Broadway. The show will begin performances...Show More Summary
Tuck Everlasting, the Broadway show about a family who discovers a magical, life-giving stream in a forest, could have used its own magical, live-giving stream, maybe in the gutter of 44th Street, because the musical is closing. Regardless of praise from the New York Times (a critic’s pick!), or the Tony-nominated credentials of the cast and writer […]
“Dear Evan Hansen,” the musical birthed at Arena Stage last July about a troubled teenager who lies his way to internet popularity, is making the leap to the theater world’s most prominent platform. The musical’s lead producer, Stacey Mindich, who has been attached to the show by Benj Pasek, Justin Paul and Steven Levenson since […]
Arthur Miller’s The Price will take over the American Airlines Theatre, Roundabout Theatre Company’s flagship home on Broadway, beginning in February 2017. Directed by Steppenwolf... To view the full story, click the title link.