Tag: Broadway

‘Six’ will go down in history

“Divorced, beheaded, died, / Divorced, beheaded, survived” is one of the many jingles fans have had stuck in their head after watching the hit Broadway musical “Six.” I, along with a group of others from Ramapo, joined the ranks of these viewers after another Center for Student Involvement-sponsored trip on […]

Tony Awards make long-awaited return

Photo Courtesy of Philadelpha City Council, Flickr After pandemic delays, the 74th Tony Awards were finally held this past weekend. Broadway performers and audiences alike were thrilled to see their favorite shows get the recognition that they deserve. The nominees and performers made conscious efforts to wear masks and continue […]

Broadway returns to NYC under new COVID mandates

Photo courtesy of Fair Use, Wiki   For a year and a half Broadway’s marquee lights have been shut off, leaving New York City dark. Now this metropolitan staple is making a show-stopping return, with musicals such as “Wicked,” “The Lion King” and “Hamilton” being met with standing ovations. Broadway […]

Allegations against Scott Rudin stir an industry uprising

Photo courtesy of Andy Willis, Unsplash Broadway and film producer Scott Rudin resigned from the Broadway League last weekend, the latest update in his step back from Broadway after abuse allegations, according to Deadline. The news of these allegations began stirring within the entertainment community in early April after […]