A new stage production based on the memoir “My Brother Marvin” looks to go beyond the music and enlighten fans about Marvin Gaye the man.
“It’s been twenty-four years!” declared Gregg Allman in a rare bit of on-stage banter at Friday night’s (March 1) kickoff to the Allman Brothers Band’s annual “March Madness” at New York City’s Beacon Theatre.
WFAN co-hosts Craig Carton and Boomer Esiason wanted to stand up for their neighbors affected by Superstorm Sandy — so they got together the top names in comedy for a one-night-only event.
Artie Lange, Nick DiPaolo, Michael Che, Sherrod Small, John Pizzi and Colin Quinn are all scheduled to take the stage at Manhattan’s historic Beacon Theatre on Wednesday, Nov. 21, with more names expected to join the lineup.
The low-tech musical “Once” based on the love story of a Czech flower seller and an Irish street musician and vacuum cleaner repairman in Dublin got a leading 11 Tony Award nominations Tuesday.
The profane and hysterical “The Book of Mormon” took an early lead at the Tony Awards, snagging honors Sunday for best book, best direction of a musical, best featured actress and two technical awards.
Tony nominees are being told if they win Sunday night, they’ll have 90 seconds to offer up an acceptance. And that includes the time it takes to get from seat to stage.