Lin-Manuel Miranda’s 'Hamilton' is perhaps the hottest show on Broadway, if not the entire plant. Well pretty soon a lot more people across will get the chance to see the show. Not only is 'Hamilton' set to make its way across America, but it has been reported that the show is eyeing a run at the West End’s Victoria Palace Theatre in 2017. That is not all. Producers are seeking new actors for the Broadway show and the American tour.
If you wanted to be in the room where it happens, well this might just be your shot. 'Hamilton' is gearing up to go on tour and producers are looking new actors, singers and rappers to fill roles both on Broadway and on tour. Check out the report below to find out just how to audition for a role in the hottest show out today.
Matthew Morrison found and left Neverland and now he is back on tour. The 'Glee' star recently kicked off a brief set of concerts, starting in Kansas City. Check out the report below for a list of dates.
Extra, Extra. Stop the presses. Disney’s 'Newsies the Musical' national tour is going the way of the modern day print newspaper. That is right. The 'Newsies' might forever, but the road show isn't. The tour will end this fall. Check out the report below for all to the details.
Can you feel the sturm and drang in the air? Alan Menken and Howard Ashman’s campy black comedy, 'Little Shop of Horrors,' is about to spread its way across the UK. Tour dates for Sell a Door Theatre Company’s production of the classic show have been announced.
New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) presents an evening with Miss D and her Dancing Dolls. The stars of Lifetime's hit series 'Bring It!' will perform live at the NJPAC in Newark on Thursday, August 4, 2016 at 8 p.m. as part of the TV show's 'Bring It! Live Tour.'
Former 'RENT' star Adam Pascal is getting ready to return home to the Nederlander Theater. The venue that was home to 'RENT’s' Broadway debut is now hosting his new musical, 'Disaster! '(Seth Rudetsky). Now, with 'RENT' turing 20 and getting ready to go back on tour, Pascal is opening up about his love for the place that started it all.
Classical pianist and composer Stephen Hough is set to release his brand new album with the Andris Nelsons led City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Schumann and Dvořák Piano Concertos, on Hyperion Records April 8. Consisting of a rarely heard work by Antonín Dvořák alongside one of Robert Schumann's well-known piano concertos -- the juxtaposition exemplifies the characteristic idiom of both composers while revealing a new perspective on the pianistic writing of each, as well as the solo piano concerto form overall.
After coming together to finally make a baby, husband and wife, Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn, decided that perhaps it was time to team up for an album, so their little family could tour together for a while. Their new EP, 'Banjo Banjo,' was reportedly produced to keep the happy couple from having to tour separately with either the Flecktones or, in Washburns case, solo. While it's hardly the same as paid family leave, the 23-date tour behind the new EP will keep the Béla, Abigail and their baby boy Juno happily together through June.
74-year-old Chicago Symphony Orchestra music director, Riccardo Muti, could not have been more confident going into last week's concerts in South Korea -- predicting that the attendees at the Seoul Arts Center would not soon forget the CSO's performance there. It seems that that hubris might have led to his having to cancel his upcoming February residency back in the Windy City. While the shows went off without a hitch, a minor accident between the final January 29 concert and Muti's return home led to his needing an emergency hip operation and some time off.
After more than 40-years of directing movies, John Carpenter surprised fans and critics alike when he released his first ever album of non-soundtrack material, Lost Themes, back in 2014. Now for another first -- the Hollywood icon is announcing his first ever world tour behind the release of his second record, Lost Themes II. While Carpenter brought both his son, Cody Carpenter, and his godson, Daniel Davies, back for the sequel, this time around the boys were able to come together all at once in the studio, instead of exchanging bit and pieces of songs over the Internet for years.
Amsterdam's world-famous Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (RCO) is clearly dedicated to putting its money where its mouth is, so to speak, when it comes to European unity. The RCO has just announced that over the next two-and-half seasons it will be touring to each and every one of the European Union's 28 member states. General manager Jan Raes explained of the tour that it is important to show dedication to a united continent at such a volatile time in our history. The orchestra also broke the news this month that Huang Ruo has just been hired as the RCO's first ever composer-in-residence.
'RENT' is coming back to a stage hopefully somewhere close to you, this fall. That is right, in celebration of 10,512,000 moments so dear, and 20 years of still owed back rent, the beloved Broadway musical is going back on tour. 'RENT' took Puccini's opera La Bohème and centered it in New York City circa the 1990’s amidst the AIDS crisis.
'RENT' composer and playwright Jonathan Larson passed away on Jan. 25, 1996, the very same morning that his Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning work opened for previews. Even though he unfortunately didn’t live long enough to see, 'RENT' has had a profound impact on millions and millions of fans all around the world. Now Larson’s sister and father are opening up about his legacy ahead of the 20th Anniversary tour of the Broadway classic.
Season 12 of So You Think You Can Dance may be officially over as far as most of its fans are concerned, but for last year's Top Ten -- like Virgil Gadson -- there are still a few days still left in their 70-city tour. Gadson recently commented that, although he is very grateful for the opportunity, the four-and-a-half-month theatre tour has been anything but fun. For his part, Jim Nowakowski, who is also a part of the follow-up tour explained that in addition to the grueling schedule, the former contestants are also expected to perform a remarkable amount of routines in every show.