It’s the first snowfall of the season in New York City so although the city wanted all non-essential drivers off the streets by 2:30pm, that didn’t stop its other citizenry from playing in the snowdrifts or heading to the hills to toboggan in the park.
Broadway Barks is being held today, July 11, starting at 3:00 PM in Shubert Alley, NYC. The 17th annual Broadway Barks fundraiser — founded by Bernadette Peters and Mary Tyler Moore, benefits New York City animal shelters and adoption agencies, and promotes the need for dog and cat adoption. This year’s event will be co-hosted by Tony winner Peters and Tony nominee Andrew Rannells. You can meet all the adoptable dogs and cats, and Broadway stars.
This week I’m giving away a pair of tickets to the show! They’re valid for a performance now through to June 3rd.
Theater producer Ken Davenport has launched the first ever annual Ghostlight Awards – for the people behind the curtain.
|VOTE NOW! GHOSTLIGHT AWARDS|
It takes hundreds of people to put on one Broadway show. But only a few dozen are ever seen on a stage. The rest of them are backstage, offstage, in orchestra pits and in dressing rooms. They are in box offices, in stage management offices and perched up high on fly rails. And without them, Broadway wouldn’t happen eight times a week.
|Schoenfeld Theater – seats removed.|
the Plymouth) was built in 1917, and like anything that sustains 8 performances a week with an average of 1000 people/performance going in and out of its doors, its bound to get a little tired looking.