Regnbågen, Broadway in Bryant Park, The 100 Most Important People

Bruksspel med härlig 50-talsmix

Brottning, kärlek, rockmusik, fackföreningsjobb och inte minst att jobba på Bruket. Kan man begära mera av den fjärde upplagan av Bruksspelet i Klippan? Nej naturligtvis inte, detta är en musikal som många kommer att känna igen sig i.

På tisdagen var det visning av årets Bruksspel, det fjärde i ordningen. Hela ensemblen, drygt 50 personer, fanns på plats och bjöd på ett knippe sång- och dansnummer av årets Bruksspel som utspelas 1957. Namnet är Regnbågen och syftar på det nybyggda Folkets hus i Klippan. Biljetter kan köpas på Turistbyrån i Klippan och vid entrén men också bokas på Bruksspelet.se 

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Foto: Lars Möller

Broadway in Bryant Park Line-Up Announced

Which shows will be performing at Broadway in Bryant Park? The lunchtime summer series, presented by 106.7 LITE FM, is returning to midtown. The 2016 program will feature performances from The Color Purple; Fun Home; Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812; Matilda; Fiddler on the Roof; Wicked; Kinky Boots; Waitress; and more.

Beginning July 7 at 12:30 PM on Thursdays, 106.7 LITE FM will present sneak-peek performances from the best of Broadway and Off-Broadway on the Bryant Park Stage. Hosted by the station’s on-air personalities, along with stars of the Great White Way, the series runs through August 11. The Bryant Park stage is located at 6th Avenue between 40th and 42nd Streets. Lawn seating is first-come, first-serve. The schedule, subject to change, is outlined below:

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Foto: Joan Marcus

The 100 Most Important People in Modern Musical Theatre History

I was recently having a conversation with a friend of mine about the greatest lyricists in musical theatre history, yes this is what we theatre geeks talk about over coffee. While we were constructing our list, the thought started to occur to me, who have been the biggest contributors to the evolution and success of modern musical theatre? Who have been the greatest to grace the Broadway stage?

Since it’s been just over 100 years since the ”Tin Pan Alley” artists started constructing what we know today as modern musical theatre, what better time to sit down and list the most important artists in modern musical theatre history. This list will be comprised of composers, lyricists, book writers, performers, choreographers, directors and even a couple of producers.

Let’s celebrate the incredible history of musical theatre by highlighting it’s brightest.
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