Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s new bluegrass musical, 'Bright Star' is currently on Broadway and it looks it is going to be a runaway hit. The events of the show were inspired by the real life story of William Moses Gould Helms, the Iron Mountain Baby, who was thrown from the Iron Mountain railway when he was born and was saved by a Civil War vet. Now, Martin and Bright Star director, Walter Bobbie are opening up about how the story shaped the musical.
Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s 'Bright Star' is getting ready to officially open on Broadway this weekend. The all new musical is currently in previews but will open on March 24. A cast recording has been slated for later this Spring.
Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s all new musical 'Bright Star' is taking Broadway by storm and pretty soon audiences from all over will be able brighten up their own homes with a little piece of the musical. Ghostlight records recently announced the upcoming release of the Bright Star original cast recording latter this Spring.
Steve Martin is making the rounds to promote his all new Broadway musical 'Bright Star.' There is only one problem. Martin doesn’t like talking to people. Last night during Martin was scheduled to on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon but refused at first due to his lack of anecdotes and his overall disdain for small talk. However, the funnyman eventually sung his way to the stage despite his initial reluctance. Check the video below to see Martin sing his “I Don’t Want to Do This Show,” song
Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s new musical 'Bright Star' is currently in previews on Broadway and it is about to invade your living room. Cast member, Carmen Cusack will be performing "Sun's Gonna Shine," on tonight’s all new episode of NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s new musical 'Bright Star' has officially hit Broadway. The new show by the Grammy award winners began previews this past Thursday, Feb 25 ahead of the show’s March 24 opening.
Steve Martin and Edie Brickell--the dynamic bluegrass duo--will premiere "Bright Star," a musical, on Broadway in 2016. The production will receive a pre-Broadway premiere at Washington D.C.'s Kennedy Center on Dec. 17.
The fact that the American Symphony Orchestra, under Leon Botstein, just played English composer Robert Simpson's little-known but explosive piece Volcano led us, in an utterly silly moment, to reflect that Robert Simpson has the same surname as this chap.