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FRIDAY NIGHT: RAÚL ESPARZA 2nd SHOW ADDED!

August 7, 2019

If you know an actor more versatile than Raúl Esparza, then you probably just know Raúl Esparza acting like someone else. No one moves with such elegance through the entire range of performing styles – an inventive, challenging actor; a dynamic, heartbreaking singer; a showman, a star, an artist. We have had a fantastic timeRead More »

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13 THINGS ABOUT THE NEW MOVIE OF “13”!

August 18, 2022

To my utter astonishment, as of right now, you can turn on Netflix and see the film adaptation of my musical 13! Directed by Tamra Davis, produced by Neil Meron, with a screenplay by Robert Horn based on the original script written with Dan Elish, choreography by Jamal Sims, and new (and old) songs byRead More »

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BIRMINGHAM AL: JRB in concert at RED MOUNTAIN THEATRE 10/07

https://redmountaintheatre.secure.force.com/ticket/#/events/a0S5b00000Bz3GJEAZ

Kick off the 22-23 Season with Broadway legend Jason Robert Brown in Concert. Hailed for his “extraordinary, jubilant theatre music” (Chicago Tribune), Brown is equally skilled as a composer, lyricist, conductor, orchestrator, director, and performer. His theatre work has spanned the generation-defining The Last Five Years, the seminal Parade, (winner of the 1999 Tony Award for Best Score), and the sumptuous The Bridges of Madison County (2014 Tony Awards for Best Score and Orchestration). Brown has also received acclaim for his orchestral work, including a stage adaptation of E.B. White’s novel The Trumpet of the Swan. As a soloist or with his band, he has sold out shows around the world. Among his albums of solo work are How We React and How We Recover and Wearing Someone Else’s Clothes.

BIRMINGHAM AL: JRB in concert at RED MOUNTAIN THEATRE 10/08

https://redmountaintheatre.secure.force.com/ticket/#/events/a0S5b00000Bz3GJEAZ

Kick off the 22-23 Season with Broadway legend Jason Robert Brown in Concert. Hailed for his “extraordinary, jubilant theatre music” (Chicago Tribune), Brown is equally skilled as a composer, lyricist, conductor, orchestrator, director, and performer. His theatre work has spanned the generation-defining The Last Five Years, the seminal Parade, (winner of the 1999 Tony Award for Best Score), and the sumptuous The Bridges of Madison County (2014 Tony Awards for Best Score and Orchestration). Brown has also received acclaim for his orchestral work, including a stage adaptation of E.B. White’s novel The Trumpet of the Swan. As a soloist or with his band, he has sold out shows around the world. Among his albums of solo work are How We React and How We Recover and Wearing Someone Else’s Clothes.

SONDHEIM: THE MAN, THE MENTOR AND HIS MUSIC at New York Public Library 10/17

https://playbill.com/article/ny-public-library-for-the-performing-arts-and-dramatists-guild-to-present-sondheim-talks

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts and Dramatists Guild are collaborating to present a free public talk highlighting the work and legacy of Stephen Sondheim October 17 at the New York Public Library.

On October 17 at noon, lyricist Amanda Green (Mr. Saturday Night), composer Jason Robert Brown (The Last Five Years), and composer Tom Kitt (Almost Famous) will hold a conversation entitled Sondheim: The Man, The Mentor, and His Music, about Sondheim’s works, the craft behind them, and how he mentored the following generation of theatrical composers.

The programs are presented concurrently with the availability of The Dramatist magazine’s special Sondheim issue, guest edited by Tony winner Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton).

Registration for Sondheim: The Man, The Mentor, and His Music is being offered first to high school, undergraduate, and graduate students studying playwriting, musical theatre writing, and musical composition via ZohoPublic.com. Tickets for the general public will be made available at a later date.

To register, visit ZohoPublic.com for Sondheim: The Man, The Mentor, and His Music.

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