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Gary Gunas Dies: Broadway Executive Producer Of ‘The Who’s Tommy’, ‘Jekyll & Hyde’, ‘Ragtime’ Was 73
Gary Gunas, executive producer of such Broadway musicals as The Who’s Tommy, Jekyll & Hyde and Ragtime, died today at his home in London, England, of pancreatic cancer. He was 73. His death was announced by his husband Bill Rosenfield. Born in Manchester, Con…
Gary Gunas, executive producer of such Broadway musicals as The Who’s Tommy, Jekyll & Hyde andRagtime, died today at his home in London, England, of pancreatic cancer. He was 73. His death was a… [+2219 chars]
Greg Evans
2021-02-22 23:22:40




Review: Ragtime and much more from jazz pianist Emmet Cohen
Stride provides a starting point on jazz pianist Emmet Cohen’s new album
Emmet Cohen, "Future Stride (Mack Avenue Records) Stride provides a starting point on jazz pianist Emmet Cohen's new album. The opening cut, Symphonic Raps, is a New Orleans ragtime tune recorded by… [+1049 chars]
Via AP news wire
2021-01-26 17:11:05




Legendary Choreographer Twyla Tharp Gets Documentary Portrait in ‘Twyla Moves’
The American Masters series explores the iconic choreographer's storied career, including her three films with Miloš Forman.
Arguably the most important choreographer living today, Twyla Tharp continues to push herself to new creative heights even in the midst of the pandemic. The unstoppable force of modern movement will … [+2896 chars]
Jude Dry
2021-02-04 23:30:42




Cartoons, JFK’s Victory and Other Letters to the Editor
Readers respond to recent issues of the Sunday Book Review.
David Tulanian Las Vegas To the Editor: Well, that was a surprise! I actually read a book, Wild Minds, by Reid Mitenbuler, before it was reviewed in the Book Review (Jan. 10). Growing up with a ch… [+2460 chars]

2021-01-29 10:00:00




Swing primer
“It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing, doo-wah doo-wah doo-wah doo-wah doo-wah doo-wah doo-wah doo-wah” – Duke Ellington Aside from the blues, swing is the…
“It don’t mean a thingif it ain’t got that swing, doo-wah doo-wah doo-wah doo-wah doo-wah doo-wah doo-wah doo-wah” – Duke Ellington Aside from the blues, swing is the United States’ most significant… [+12941 chars]
Ethan
2021-02-14 14:32:07




The soundtrack of history: How Black music has shaped American culture through time
"Every genre that is born from America has Black roots," says music journalist and podcast host Sidney Madden.
Music and the performing arts have not only entertained the masses; they have also served to document history from early American music like ragtime and jazz to R&B and hip-hop and several genres… [+3378 chars]
Maya Eaglin
2021-02-21 18:51:00




New Raya and the Last Dragon – New Clip
A new extended video clip from Disney’s “Raya and the Last Dragon” just dropped. It introduces Boun, the self-styled “owner, manager, chef, and captain” of his boat, the Shrimporium. In the movie, Raya travels on the boat while she assembles a ragtime band of…
A new extended video clip from Disney’s “Raya and the Last Dragon” just dropped. It introduces Boun, the self-styled owner, manager, chef, and captain of his boat, the Shrimporium. In the movie, Ra… [+2601 chars]
John Frost
2021-02-23 11:02:00




Review: Ragtime and much more from jazz pianist Emmet Cohen
Stride provides a starting point on jazz pianist Emmet Cohen’s new album
Emmet Cohen, "Future Stride (Mack Avenue Records) Stride provides a starting point on jazz pianist Emmet Cohen's new album. The opening cut, Symphonic Raps, is a New Orleans ragtime tune recorded by… [+1048 chars]
STEVEN WINE Associated Press
2021-01-26 17:17:14




Forensic Mom and Unnamed Creepout Boy
The rollicking times continue in the Court's Chambers as we clear the docket! The number of holes in a straw, homemade washcloths, Philadelphia sports fandom, Bioshock, and much more! Plus the possible conclusion of the segment CREEPY COOL BABIES and a brand …
The rollicking times continue in the Court’s Chambers as we clear the docket! The number of holes in a straw, homemade washcloths, Philadelphia sports fandom, Bioshock, and much more! Plus the possib… [+488 chars]
shows@maximumfun.org (John Hodgman, Jesse Thorn), John Hodgman, Jesse Thorn
2021-01-27 21:29:51




Symphony Orchestra and Royal Ballet join forces in ode to Stravinsky
When Igor Stravinsky's 'The Soldier’s Tale' first opened in 1918, its tour was cut short by the outbreak of influenza.
When Igor Stravinskys The Soldiers Tale first opened in 1918, its tour was cut short by the outbreak of influenza. The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and the Royal New Zealand Ballet will have the… [+3659 chars]
KATE GREEN
2021-02-22 16:00:00




Live Broadway productions poised for a South Florida comeback
Like Broadway itself, touring versions of big New York shows have been on an extended hiatus during the pandemic – as have the South Florida performing arts ...
Like Broadway itself, touring versions of big New York shows have been on an extended hiatus during the pandemic as have the South Florida performing arts centers that rely on the productions broad p… [+7715 chars]
CHRISTINE DOLEN
2021-02-09 21:00:00




Glenn Adamson on the perfect reading chair and books organized by color
In his new book, “Craft: An American History” Adamson chronicles how “makers” and “making,” long before they became buzz words, contributed to the story of our country, from Jamestown until today.
ADAMSON: James Meeks To Calais, in Ordinary Time. Its set in the Middle Ages during the plague, and is a weird experiment of a novel. He did a great deal of linguistic research and came up with a way… [+3550 chars]
Amy Sutherland
2021-02-25 18:54:11




NZSO and RNZB start tour of The Soldier's Tale in Kāpiti
The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra is joining forces with the Royal New Zealand Ballet to perform Igor Stravinsky's mesmerising "pocket theatre" experience The Soldier's Tale around the country starting in Kāpiti on February...
NZSO principal conductor in residence Hamish McKeich and RNZB choreographer in residence Shaun James Kelly.The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra is joining forces with the Royal New Zealand Ballet to pe… [+3305 chars]
newsfeeds@nzherald.co.nz
2021-02-03 22:10:33

Taco Tapes – Trad Is Rad (2021)
Inspired by the spirit of Garcia and Grisman’s The Pizza Tapes, Taco Tapes are a pacific northwest duo comprise Jeremy James Meyer and Ben Walden. Augmented on true tracks by Joe Hein on pump organ, Trad Is Rad is a collection of traditional and contemporary …
Inspired by the spirit of Garcia and Grismans The Pizza Tapes, Taco Tapes are a pacific northwest duo comprise Jeremy James Meyer and Ben Walden. Augmented on true tracks by Joe Hein on pump organ, T… [+2706 chars]
exy
2021-02-03 00:05:48




ONTD Original: Forgotten/Underrated black Oscar nominees
I have been thinking of this topic for awhile and since it’s Black History Month and this usual the time when the Academy Awards would be upon us (it’s on April 25th this year), I thought it would be great time to showcase Black Oscar nominees that are underr…
I have been thinking of this topic for awhile and since its Black History Month and this usual the time when the Academy Awards would be upon us (its on April 25th this year), I thought it would be g… [+7253 chars]
kobewife1
2021-02-17 01:50:29




My Updated “I Want” List, Post-Pandemic
Before the Coronavirus pandemic, I had a list of places I wanted to travel. It was part bucket list and part points and miles unicorns. Think Sydney on New Year’s… The post My Updated “I Want” List, Post-Pandemic appeared first on Your Mileage May Vary.
Before the Coronavirus pandemic, I had a list of places I wanted to travel.It was part bucket list and part points and miles unicorns. Think Sydney on New Year’s Eve and seeing the Northern Lights fr… [+5091 chars]
Your Mileage May Vary
2021-02-15 23:09:06




Legendary Choreographer Twyla Tharp Gets Documentary Portrait in ‘Twyla Moves’
The American Masters series explores the iconic choreographer's storied career, including her three films with Miloš Forman.
Arguably the most important choreographer living today, Twyla Tharp continues to push herself to new creative heights even in the midst of the pandemic. The unstoppable force of modern movement will … [+2879 chars]
Indiewire
2021-02-04 23:30:42




Best whiskeys for a Manhattan
Manhattan cocktail Great rye whiskeys for your Manhattan... The post Best whiskeys for a Manhattan appeared first on Decanter.
This iconic cocktail first appeared in the late 19th century, with its origins still shrouded in mystery. Some insist that it first featured at the Manhattan Club in 1878. Others state it made its fi… [+5313 chars]
Alex Layton
2021-02-03 14:30:14




Boston musicians on the Black composers to hear now
Orchestras and ensembles should start programming their works immediately, for digital programs and our concert-going future.
We often recognize Scott Joplin [1868-1917] as being the king of ragtime, for only his rags and piano music, but he very much wanted to be considered a serious composer. He wrote an opera that we no … [+6632 chars]
A.Z. Madonna
2021-02-11 17:41:00




‘Rojos’, la película sobre el comunismo que financió una “torre del capitalismo”
Hace 40 años, que son los que cumple Rojos, se estrenaban películas de grandes dimensiones y grandes formatos. Se proyectaban en enormes pantallas y en magnas salas de cine en el centro de nuestras ciudades, estupendas salas hoy desparecidas. Fue el caso de R…

LeoKirk
2021-01-29 19:09:23
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