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Roundabout Theatre Company – Director of Human Resources

Organization Founded in 1965 and based in New York City, Roundabout Theatre Company (Roundabout) has grown to become one of the country’s largest nonprofit theatrical institutions. Roundabout operates three venues on Broadway— American Airlines Theatre, Stephen Sondheim Theatre, and the historic Studio 54—and two venues off-Broadway—Laura Pels Theatre and Roundabout Underground Black Box Theatre, which are housed in the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre. With a mission to cel...
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Only Murders In The Building Season 1 Ending Explained: The Podcasters Crack The Case

At long last, "Only Murders in the Building" has solved its central mystery. Our podcasting trio came together just in time to prevent more death, while just barely escaping with their lives. Not too long ago, the neighboring crime solvers were complete strangers — Charles (Steve Martin), a lonely, washed up TV star; Oliver (Martin Short), a hyperactive, struggling Broadway director; and Mabel (Selena Gomez), an artist still stuck in the past. And while they certainly retain all their quirk and ...
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Small Business Expo Relies on Zoho One for Its Expansion

Sponsored Post No matter where you live in the US, The Small Business Expo is coming to a city near you. As a small business owner, you’d be wise to attend.  The Small Business Expo is the largest business-to-business trade show, conference and networking event for small businesses in the country. The Small Business Expo is tailored to small business owners, entrepreneurs and start-ups. You can attend workshops and seminars led by industry experts and shop from leading vendors. Or, you...
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David Byrne Says Audiences Seem 'Thrilled' to Be in Theater

As he brings “American Utopia” back to Broadway following the pandemic pause, David Byrne says it's evident how thrilled people are simply to be enjoying live entertainment again.
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I make $20 an hour at a burger chain in Seattle. The healthcare perks, paid vacation, and 401(k) matches are just a few reasons why I love my job.

Jasmine Ritter has been working at Dick's Drive-In in Seattle since 2019. Jasmine Ritter/Dick's Drive-In. Jasmine Ritter, 22, works at Dick's Drive-In, a burger chain in Seattle that raised wages to $19 an hour for new hires and $20 for trained staff. The pay raise is just one of a few great employee perks - Ritter says they also get health benefits and educational scholarships. This is what her job is like, as told to freelance writer Claire Turrell. This as-told-to essay i...
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Ovlov, The Indie Band Fans Treasure Like An Inside Joke

Steve Hartlett is very disappointed to hear that I broke my foot at his gig. I am speaking with the Ovlov frontman after a cancelled visit to his New Haven home and half a week of phone tag, discussing the band’s first show back — and also mine — at The Broadway in Brooklyn in early August. He laughs upon being reminded that at one point that night he played guitar with a dustbin: “I’m so anxious leading up to and while we’re playing that it’s a bit of a blur.” But he takes on a more concerned ...
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Unemployment over vaccination? These public figures paid a hefty price for their decisions.

As employers require the COVID vaccine, high-profile coaches, Broadway stars and reporters have quit or been fired for refusing it.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Willy Wonka, Goldfinger Songwriter Leslie Bricusse Dead At 90

Leslie Bricusse, a British Emmy- and Grammy-winning songwriter who wrote world-renowned songs for film and Broadway, has died. He was 90. Bricusse was perhaps best known for writing the lyrics to the James Bond themes “Goldfinger” and “You Only Live Twice,” plus “Pure Imagination,” which memorably appeared in Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory (1971).
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Leslie Bricusse, ‘Willy Wonka,’ ‘Goldfinger’ Songwriter, Dies at 90

Leslie Bricusse, Oscar- and Grammy-winning songwriter whose songs for Broadway and Hollywood include “What Kind of Fool Am I?” and “Pure Imagination,” died Tuesday in Saint-Paul-de-Vence, France. He was 90. Bricusse wrote the lyrics for James Bond theme songs “Goldfinger” and “You Only Live Twice,” as well as songs for movies including “Willy Wonka and […]
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Andrew Lloyd Webber Talks Transgender Performers, Theater Advocacy and ‘Starlight Express’

Andrew Lloyd Webber would welcome a transgender performer in the cast of one of his shows, the composer and producer said in an interview recorded live at the Variety Legit: Return to Broadway event presented by City National Bank. Listen to this week’s “Stagecraft” podcast below: “I’ve got nothing against a trans performer,” Lloyd Webber said in the […]
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Meeting (Potential) Audiences Where They Are… With A Mobile Barbershop

That’s what Keenan Scott II did to attract new people to his recently opened Broadway play, Thoughts of a Colored Man, one of eight shows written by Black authors (a record) that will be on Broadway this season. And the tactic may be working. – The New Yorker
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Jonathan Tucker Joining Netflix Limited Series Echoes

Jonathan Tucker is joining the cast of Netflix’s upcoming limited series thriller Echoes, according to a recent report from Deadline. RELATED: Echoes: Matt Bomer Joins Netflix Limited Series Opposite Michelle Monaghan Tucker will come in with a lead role, where he’ll star alongside Michelle Monaghan in the upcoming series. He’ll join a cast that is already set to star Monaghan, Matt Bomer, Daniel Sunjata, Ali Stroker, Karen Robinson, and Rosanny Zayas. According to the report, Tucker will play t...
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Let Me Tell You a Story About Alvin

The Story of My Life has been a genuine pleasure to work on, for several reasons. First, it's just great to work on smart, interesting, original shows like this. We New Liners are very lucky because we get to do that all the time. Second, the response from the audience and critics has been so wonderful. People are really moved by it. They love the characters, the songs, the whole premise of the show. Third, my favorite thing in the world is introducing musical theatre lovers to shows they don't...
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Producers Isaac Robert Hurwitz, Seth A. Goldstein Form Broadway Transmedia Company Hugo Six (EXCLUSIVE)

Producers Isaac Robert Hurwitz and Seth A. Goldstein are teaming up to launch Hugo Six, a transmedia production company that will focus on Broadway content and talent. Co-founded by Hurwitz and Goldstein, the company is dedicated to creating diverse and dynamic content for the stage and screen. Hugo Six has a musical television property and […]
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"And I've become, like, such a slave to the GPS, I just follow it like I'm a robot. And I'm following it..."

"... and at one point, my dad's in the backseat. My mom's sitting next to me in the front seat. And at one point, my dad said, like, where are you going? Like, why are you going this way? And I don't even know exactly where I was. I think it had taken me to the Cross Island, and then an exit in Queens. And he was like, why are you going this way? And I was like, the GPS says-- I'm just following the GPS-- (LAUGHING) like I always do. And then it told me to make a left on Broadway in Queens. I ma...
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‘Dana H’ Review: A Riveting Act of Theatrical Shamanism

“I’m in this world but I’m not,” the middle-aged woman confesses to an unseen interviewer in Lucas Hnath’s “Dana H.,” a mesmerizing solo show of theatrical shamanism that is receiving its Broadway bow. The voice is that of Dana Higginbotham, assured yet apprehensive, matter-of-fact but, at times, also on a razor’s edge. It is also […]
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Four Tops musical 'I'll Be There' will premiere in Detroit ahead of Broadway run

For the first time, the Four Tops' Duke Fakir talks in depth about "I'll Be There," the forthcoming musical celebrating the Detroit group.        [Author: Detroit Free Press]
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A story of a physician photojournalist [PODCAST]

“Her face is decorated in colors of the earth. With events on Earth Day and throughout the week, New York City celebrates sustainability and ways to live in harmony with the planet. Scheduled festivities include a march down Broadway with a mix of virtual talks and celebrations and in-person walks and volunteer opportunities across the Read more… A story of a physician photojournalist [PODCAST] originally appeared in
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‘Schitt’s Creek’ Star Noah Reid Replacing Armie Hammer in Broadway’s ‘The Minutes’

Noah Reid, best known for causing David Rose to fall madly in love on “Schitt’s Creek,” has joined the cast of “The Minutes,” a new play by Tracy Letts that was in previews in March 2020 when Broadway closed down due to COVID. He replaces Armie Hammer, who was originally starring in the show, but […]
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Once upon a time on Wall Street

I review the Broadway transfer of The Lehman Trilogy in today’s Wall Street Journal. Here’s an excerpt. *  *  * “The Lehman Trilogy” tells how the three original Lehman brothers emigrated from Bavaria to Alabama in the mid-19th century and started a general store that traded with slave-holding plantation owners (a fact that is discreetly underlined in the play’s newly revised version) and evolved into a New York-based cotton brokerage. In due course, the firm grew into a financial empire...
Tags: Art, New York, Alabama, Broadway, Sam Mendes, Bavaria, Ajblogs, Lehman, Emanuel, Adrian Lester, Lehman Trilogy, Simon Russell Beale Adam Godley

‘The Lehman Trilogy’ Review: A Dazzling Chronicle of the Rise and Fall of American Capitalism

Welcome to America, all ye wretched immigrants from impoverished foreign lands. Watch closely and learn as the three Lehman brothers from Bavaria — Henry the brainy head, Emanuel the powerful arm and Mayer the cushion between them — live the dream and strike it rich! Stefano Massini’s dazzling biodrama “The Lehman Trilogy,” sleekly adapted by […]
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Friday, October 15 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for October 15, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: The Rookie Location: 4th St Bridge – 4th St., Molino St. – Anderson St, Los Angeles Movie: Your Place or Mine Location: 777 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles TV Series: Mr. Mayor Location: 307 S Broadway; 249 S Broadway; […] The post Friday, October 15 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Multnomah County and City of Portland push ODOT for lower speed limits on Hawthorne and Burnside bridges

The city and county want a 30 mph speed limit on this section of the Hawthorne Bridge.(Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) Multnomah County transportation officials and the Portland Bureau of Transportation are working together to reduce speed limits on several Willamette River bridges. The county owns and operates five bridges on the river that are within Portland city limits and the two agencies agree that lower speed limits are necessary to reach Vision Zero safety goals and to create a m...
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Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo’s Musical ‘Invincible’ Gets L.A. Industry Presentation (EXCLUSIVE)

“Invincible: The Musical,” Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo’s Broadway-bound show based on “Romeo and Juliet,” will have an invite-only industry presentation at The Bourbon Room in Los Angeles Nov. 10-12. Named for Benatar’s famous 1985 single, “Invincible” features music from both Benatar and Neil Giraldo, with book by Bradley Bredeweg, direction by Scott Schwartz, choreography […]
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10 Amazing Musicals That Deserve Movie Adaptations

2021 has been a banner year for film musicals, with movies that tell original stories, adapt famous Broadway classics, and reimagine beloved favorites from new perspectives. Steven Spielberg's upcoming adaptation of "West Side Story" isn't the first time that Stephen Sondheim's tragic love story has been adapted to the big screen, as the beloved 1961 feature from Jerome Robbins and Robert Wise is a best picture-winning classic in its own right. However, Spielberg and screenwriter Tony Kushner lo...
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The Sex Lives of College Girls Trailer Teases Mindy Kaling’s HBO Max Comedy

HBO Max has released the official trailer for creator Mindy Kaling’s newest comedy-drama series titled The Sex Lives of College Girls, centering around four freshmen roommates at a prestigious college. The video, which you can check out below, introduces four college roommates as they try to live out the best years of their lives with crazy parties and hookups. The series is scheduled to make its debut on Thursday, November 18, with the first two episodes. The premiere will then be followed by t...
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Playwright Keenan Scott II’s ‘Thoughts of a Colored Man’ Makes Broadway History

On Wednesday evening in New York City, Anna Wintour, Huma Abiden, Joel Gray, Don Lemon, Phylicia Rashad, Kenny Leon and a host of New York theater luminaries filed into the Golden Theatre on Broadway for the opening night of Keenan Scott II’s “Thoughts of a Colored Man”—intrigued, arguably, to attend a play so polemically titled […]
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Actors of Indian Descent Proud to Lead Broadway's 'Aladdin'

As kids growing up in different states, Shoba Narayan and Michael Maliakel shared a love of one favorite film — “Aladdin.”.
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‘Thoughts of a Colored Man’ Review: A Welcome if Uneven Excavation of Black Masculinity on Broadway

A hope for the future arrives in the final moments of “Thoughts of a Colored Man,” a dutiful and expansive cataloguing of its title subject by Keenan Scott II. “I can’t wait for the day when my skin isn’t a novelty,” a man known as Happiness, played by Bryan Terrell Clark, tells the audience. It’s […]
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14 Movies Like Knives Out That You'll Want To Watch ASAP

"Knives Out" does a lot of things right. The film, directed by Rian Johnson and starring some of Hollywood's best (a trend that's continuing in its upcoming sequel), may feel unique in its blend of comedy, murder, and sly social commentary. But the comedy mystery is actually one of Hollywood's oldest genres, one that's rarely shy about slipping in a biting statement here and there. A comedy mystery can be sleek or slapstick, dumb or wise, or all of those things at once.Mystery comedies first pea...
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