USA- 2011 Year in Review for the Arts. The Hits, the Misses and What is New for 2012. This year has been a strong year for the arts Nationally with Broadway shows like Les Miserables still on a 25th Anniversary Tour sharing the inside scoop from star Michael Kostroff, Daniel Radcliffe and John Larroquette in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Lysistrata Jones brings sexy back to Broadway, Bonnie and Clyde gets arrested and shot down. Feel free to click on the links in the article that all bring back the best moments of 2011 and the future of 2012 for the arts.
Prolific stars of Evita Patti Lupone and Mandy Patinkin are intimate on stage in An Evening with Patti Lupone and Mandy Patinkin. The new interpretation in Porgy and Bess brings much controversy to the classic Porgy and Bess now on Broadway. Don’t forget to share the important message about health and our nations performers shared with help of Broadway shows.
Mr. Broadway muti Tony Award winning Producer Stewart Lane shared his success. Emmy Award winning casting Director Jeff Greenberg from Modern Family and Cheers gives important information for our Theatre Chat’s 50,000 readers trying to get that big break. 2012 Top Ten Regionol Theatre’s Announced and Top Ten Choreographers.
2012 offering Evita with Ricky Martin and bringing Academy Award winning film GHOST to the stage with the musical-Ghost on Broadway still continues to bring in younger audiences to keep the arts alive. Disney’s Newsies is a sure hit and sure win for multplei Tony Awards with Spiderman Turn Off The Dark still hanging from a web. Our youth are being inspired by “Theatre Superheros” with hundreds of Dance Shoes being donated from SDC Director/Choreographer Ron Hutchins of Destined to Dance.
2012 is still sure to be an economic struggle so small cast smash hits like musical The Big Bank from nymf will start making national tours stoping forclosures on theatres across the nation. Wonderland might not make it across the country but the music from the show and the messgae is shared by Broadway youngest star, Actress Carly Rose Sonenclar.
Off-Broadway shows like Joyce Theater Foundation will continue to awe-inspire audiences while regional theater’s like Maltz Jupiter Theatre, GableStage and Arkansas Rep share the arts for those who can not make it to Broadway getting them closer to win that Regional Tony Award. How will you keep the arts alive? Please share the important arts artciles that have inspired you on your facebook page.
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