Iggy Azalea killed Tupac Shakur—or, rather, her music killed Holler If Ya Hear Me, the Tupac-inspired musical that recently announced it would end its dismal Broadway run. That’s what Holler star Saul Williams believes, as he tells Rolling...Show More Summary
By Michael A. Gayed: "Reality is wrong. Dreams are for real." - Tupac Shakur Last week was an important one from the standpoint of many intermarket relationships. Homebuilder stocks (NYSEARCA:XHB) continued to badly underperform the S&P 500 (NYSEARCA:SPY) as housing starts missed by the most since 2008. Show More Summary
Jon Caramanica and Charles Isherwood discuss “Holler if Ya Hear Me,” the musical based on the work of Tupac Shakur, and what its failure means for hip-hop on Broadway.
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"Rocky the Musical" will close on Aug. 17, producers announced, making it the second show in as many days to be knocked out by poor ticket sales in the wake of weak reviews. Word came on Monday that the Tupac Shakur musical, "Holler If Ya Hear Me," will close on Sunday.
Preferring that something as base as gangsta rap not sully the grand theatrical tradition of plays based on movies from TNT’s afternoon lineup, Broadway has roundly rejected Holler If Ya Hear Me, forcing the Tupac Shakur-inspired musical to close after a mere six weeks. Show More Summary
After struggling to find an audience on Broadway, the musical "Holler If Ya Hear Me" will close Sunday at the Palace Theatre in New York after running for less than two months.
After six weeks on stage, Holler If Ya Hear Me, the Broadway musical inspired by rapper Tupac Shakur’s music, is closing on Sunday, July
The musical, “Holler if Ya Hear Me,” which is based on the work of the late rapper Tupac Shakur, will close on Sunday after a run of less than two months.
In the early 1990's the very idea of a Broadway musical being focused on the work of rapper Tupac Shakur, would have been unimaginable to most Americans. At that time rap music, especially gangsta rap, was widely considered to be a moral and physical threat to the well being of our society. Show More Summary
"Holler If Ya Hear Me," which uses songs from one of hip-hop's greatest artists, is closing after less than two months
After just six short weeks on the Great White Way, the Tupac Shakur–themed musical Holler if Ya Hear Me is ending its Broadway run on Sunday. Granted, it is notoriously difficult to predict what will be a hit on Broadway — before itShow More Summary
A rare, not to say quixotic, attempt to bring rap music into the Broadway mainstream, Holler If Ya Hear Me will close Sunday at the Palace Theatre after 17 previews and 38 regular performances. Embedding the music of murdered poet and...Show More Summary
It's all over but the shouting for Broadway's "Holler If Ya Hear Me." The Tupac Shakur musical will close on Sunday, producers announced.
Post by Linda Sharps. Hey, remember when deceased rapper Tupac Shakur came strolling onto the stage at Coachella and yelled '“What the f is up, Coachellaaaaaaa?" and people totally lost their minds because it looked exactly like Tupac...Show More Summary
The CIA tweeted answers to its Twitter followers' top-five questions, including one about the late rapper Tupac Shakur.
In June, a CIA Twitter account made its debut to a humorous reception. Recently the verified handle (@CIA) made a mention to Tupac Shakur…Continue
Eighteen years after his death, Tupac Shakur is alive and well, albeit in hologram, biopic, beer commercial, and even Broadway musical form. But according to a whole bunch of people on YouTube, Pac never died at all—he faked his own death in order to avoid jail, attend the BET Awards, and of course, take Instagram pictures with Rihanna. Show More Summary
Yesterday, in a painful lunge at humor, the CIA put out this message through its official Twitter account : No, we don’t know where Tupac is. #twitterversary — CIA (@CIA) July 7, 2014 Finding Tupac Shakur is as easy as a Google search. Show More Summary
Where is Tupac? To celebrate its Twitter anniversary the CIA opened the door for questions from the internet. One of the most popular questions had to do with the whereabouts of Tupac Shakur. Unfortunately, the CIA doesn’t know where he is. No, we don’t know where Tupac is. #twitterversary — CIA (@CIA) July 7, 2014 […]