'The Gilmore Girls' is being brought back to life in the upcoming Netflix revival series, 'Gilmore Girls: Seasons.' The series was created by Amy Sherman-Palladino, who also created the ABC Family series 'Bunheads,' which starred Broadway’s own Sutton Foster ('Thoroughly Modern Millie,' 'Anything Goes'). Foster is a self described 'Gilmore Girls' “super-nerd.” So when it was revealed that the show was making a comeback, Foster caught the first metaphorical flight to Stars Hollow. Now Foster is opening up about her time on set, including some of the Stars Hollow residents that she got to hang with while she was in town.
ABC’s underloved musical series 'Galavant'slayed the cancellation bear and earned a second season. Now, fans are hoping beyond all hope that the series will make it past the bear one more time. The series starring Joshua Sasse, Timothy Osmond, Karen David, Vincent Jones, Mallory Jansen & Luke Youngblood became earned a cult following for its Mel Brooks-esque comedy and its amazing music from Disney and Broadway icon Alan Menken. Even if we do not get a third season, there still are few more bits of funny for us all to see. Recently, the official Facebook page for the show posted an “alternate ending featuring a gay wedding scenec between Galavant & Sid.
New York based chamber ensemble, DECODA, is gearing up for its winter/spring 2016 event, the Tertulia Chamber Music concert series. The ACJW fellowship program from Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School and Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute has been touted as one of the brightest outlets for young talent.
To kick off 92nd Street Y's 2014-15 season, Christian Tetzlaff is set to play Bach's complete "Sonatas and Partitas" for solo violin as part of the Distinguished Artists Series.