Patrice Covington is a prolific Broadway actress and singer who has just released a cover of the song “My Favorite Things” from The Sound of Music. We caught up with her to discuss her music, her theatre career, and her industry advisement class The Galaxy Method.
Found, a piece by Mikal Glass will be open until Halloween at NYC’s Cell theatre.
In a wave of online media streaming, Tim Kashani and Pamela Winslow Kashani hope to bring the theatrical musical experience right to your screen with ‘No One Called Ahead’.
Academy Award winner Cuba Gooding is making his return to the Broadway stage as Billy Flynn, the smooth, fast-talking lawyer, in the iconic musical, “Chicago,” after wrapping up a run on London’s West End.
Theatre has the potential to be transformative, allowing the viewer to learn more easily about themselves and the world around them without even realizing it.
The Tony Awards recognize only the apex of musical and theatre genius. And since it’s founding 7 decades ago, The Tonys have continued to exemplify only the greatest.
This year two familiar names led the 72nd Annual Antoinette Perry “Tony” Awards nomination charts with an amazing twelve nominations; Spongebob Squarepants and Mean Girls!
The theme of the night was community.
Before episodic and pilot season once again descends on Los Angeles, the National Hispanic Media Coalition is giving casting directors a leg up on discovering the city’s hottest Hispanic talent.
Burning Doors features Pussy Riot’s Maria Alyokhina and runs until October 22nd.