'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.
Tony Winner Sutton Foster is making her way to Star’s Hollow. Foster formerly starred in 'Bunheads,' by Amy Sherman-Palladino, who also created 'Gilmore Girls.' So, now that 'Gilmore Girls' is getting a Netflix reboot, Foster is coming along for the ride.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra turned 100-years-old last night and they celebrated big with special guest, violinist Joshua Bell. If you missed the party don’t worry. The party isn’t over. The BSO has plenty of big events planned for this year including concerts with Broadway’s Sutton Foster ('Thoroughly Modern Millie,' 'Anything Goes'), 'Hairspray' in concert as well as performances of 'Peter and the Wolf ' and 'Porgy and Bess.' That is just a small sample of what the BSO has in store for guest this year.
This February is shaping up to be a good month for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Famed pianist and BSO regular Andre Watts is returning. Broadway starlet Sutton Foster will be performing with the Superpops around the middle of the month.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is getting ready to host a wealth of entertainment for the whole family to enjoy. Later this month, conductor Constantine Kitsopoulos and the Baltimore Symphony SuperPops present Disney Pixar in concert. Featuring the familiar scores and breathtaking visuals from 13 of your favorite films by the award winning animation studio, including 'Toy Story', 'Up', 'A Bug's Life', 'Monsters Inc'. In February, conductor Jack Everly and BSO present a series of concerts with Broadway legend Sutton Foster. The Tony Award winning actress has appeared in a host of amazing show, including 'Little Women', 'The Drowsy Chaperone', 'Young Frankenstein', 'Thoroughly Modern Millie,' 'Shrek the Musical', 'Violet' and 'Anything Goes.'
Soprano sweetheart Renée Fleming will be hosting "American Voices," a performance documentary that celebrates the best in American signing, on Thirteen’s "Great Performances" series. The 90-minute performance documentary offers an overview of the Kennedy Center's weekend-long American Voices festival, created and hosted by Renée Fleming in November 2013. This year's festival features stars and musicians from an array of different backgrounds, including Sara Bareilles, Kim Burrell, Kurt Elling, Ben Folds, Sutton Foster, Josh Groban, Alison Krauss, Norm Lewis, Eric Owens and Dianne Reeves. This event comes on the heels of Fleming’s performance of "Silver Bells" with Kelli O’Hara, which some felt fell flat of Fleming's normal performances, a mixed review of her rendition of the national anthem at Super Bowl XLVIII and an interesting interaction with Kiss at this year’s Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Despite the criticism, Fleming moves along with "American Voices," which allows camera crews to follow vocal masters, industry titans and emerging artist as they gather at the Kennedy Center to celebrate, explore and debate the legacy, landscape and future of American singing. The documentary will feature highlights from the festival's unique performances and educational events. Also featured are performances from the festival’s concert finale with Josh Groban, Sara Bareilles, Kurt Elling and Norm Lewis backed by the National Symphony Orchestra led by NSO Principal Pops Conductor Steven Reineke.
Hugh Jackman hosts a music-heavy lineup that includes pop stars, cast performances and previews.
Renée Fleming has steadily been making a name for herself, not just as America's leading soprano, but through a number of creative projects she has spearheaded, including the "American Voices" festival, "The Second City Guide to the Opera," and the opera "Bel Canto."
Let us not shed a tear, however, as Classicalite knows Emma Dumont, Kaitlyn Jenkins, Bailey Buntain, Julia Goldani Telles and, of course, Sutton Foster will keep on dancing, indeed.