Broadway Musicals Themed Cafe in Manila

iChill Theater Cafe

Coffee is nice. But since some coffee shops are marketing their respective establishments as “something to experience” apart from excellent beverages served, how about a theatrical experience? iChill Theater Cafe is one of the first underground theater cafes in the Philippines; one where the underground theater is on the 2nd floor. That is where the Broadway-themed events are staged. If

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Nicole Scherzinger: From Pussycat Dolls to Grizabella and Other Film-Inspired Musicals

Usually, it would be a musical that would get a film version. Apparently, some classic films get a new lease on life as Broadway musicals. These and more plus interesting updates regarding the latest in musicals. “Chicago” goes country as Broadway.com and CountryWeekly.com reported. Sugarland star Jennifer Nettles is set to debut on Broadway as the latest Roxie Hart. It would

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Caddie Woodlawn a Musical Drama

For those looking for new musicals here goes a new adventure! Book, Music, and Lyrics by Susan C. Hunter and Tom Shelton Based on the book by Carol Ryrie Brink “As cream rises to the top, so did Caddie Woodlawn… – Wisconsin News-Leader “Young audiences adore Caddie Woodlawn!” –Springfield News-Leader Carol Ryrie Brink’s Newbery Award-winning novel Caddie Woodlawn is brought

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Nuts and Bolts, Opera Style

MusicalsOnline.com

Several articles proliferate online regarding opera despite the misconception that it is dead. It is not and folks would still flock to opera houses to get their does of quality singing and acting. As much as some opera fans could be the most notorious fans ever of the performing arts, the fact that they stuck around to keep themselves updated

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Sting joins THE LAST SHIP on Broadway

Breaking news! The NY Times reports that Sting will be joining the cast of the musical he penned, The Last Ship for a constrained run from December ninth to January 10, 2015. He will be supplanting performer Jimmy Nail, who is said to have “favored” the move. The generation has been allegedly losing $75,000 a week since exhibitions started on

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At Washington National Opera, 20-moment musical dramas are more right than wrong

The Washington National Opera’s American Opera Initiative commissions work from adolescent writers. This is a good thing. I am not totally prepared to grasp its start that the most ideal approach to begin is by charging 20-moment musical shows, in light of the fact that I’m not certain precisely what composition a short-structure piece demonstrates around a writer’s capacity to

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The Met’s crazy year

From blood-scattered men in wedding dresses in front of an audience to incensed dissenters off and furious inner disagreement, the Met Opera has had a rollercoaster year. Anticipate that more show will come. A week ago amid Shostakovich’s Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk at the Metropolitan Opera, I was viewing an old man bump a table before a pile of refuse

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