NJPAC in Newark can be one of many companions in bringing the “Broadway by the 12 months” — which has been offered at City Corridor in New York for the final 20 years — to a nationwide viewers by way of a digital collection, in late April and Could.
The thought of the collection at all times has been to have a good time songs that debuted on Broadway in a single particular 12 months, and share tales and information in regards to the musicals they arrive from. The digital exhibits, although, received’t be dedicated to particular person years, however to particular person songwriters and songwriting groups.
Every episode will characteristic about 10 songs, carried out within the artists’ house, with — persevering with a “Broadway by the 12 months” custom — no less than one further dance quantity starring and choreographed by Danny Gardner. Scott Siegel will write and host the episodes, with path and video enhancing by J.T. Doran. Every present will start streaming at 7 p.m. and stay on the City Corridor web site for 72 hours.
Listed here are the three episodes:
April 26: “The Cole Porter Years” with numbers from exhibits comparable to “Something Goes,” “The Homosexual Divorce,” “Paris” and “Kiss Me, Kate,” carried out by Alexander Gemignani, Lilli Cooper, Kenita Miller, Danny Gardner, Nicole Henry and Emily Bigger.
Could 10: “The Kander & Ebb Years” with numbers from exhibits comparable to “Chicago,” “Cabaret,” “Flora the Crimson Menace” and “Kiss of the Spiderwoman,” carried out by Beth Leavel, Ute Lemper, Tony Yazbeck, Natascia Diaz and Danny Gardner.
Could 24: “The Andrew Lloyd Webber Years” with numbers from exhibits comparable to “Joseph and the Wonderful Technicolor Dreamcoat,” “Cats,” “Sundown Boulevard” and “The Phantom of the Opera,” carried out by Max Von Essen, Liz Callaway, Ali Ewoldt, Ethan Slater, Danny Gardner and Emily Bigger.
Becoming a member of City Corridor and NJPAC as presenting companions within the collection are The Arden Theatre Firm in Philadelphia; The Palace Theatre in Stamford, Conn.; and The Playhouse on Rodney Sq. in Wilmington, Del.
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