Sunday, April 25, 2010

From the Blogosphere

Adaumbelle's Quest interviews Max von Essen and Rory O'Malley.

Sarah at Adventures in the Endless Pursuit of Entertainment made a visit to Bergdorf Goodman and posted photos of their Stephen Sondheim tribute windows.

The latest Broadway Bullet podcast is up, featuring interviews with David Stallings and Jennifer Laine-Williams of Barrier Island, Jessica McVea and Jarel Davidow of The Love List, and Marty Cooper discussing Stephen Sondheim's career and the City Center's recent Anyone Can Whistle.

Leonard Jacobs weighs in on the Kelsey Grammer problem. While the latest incarnation of La Cage Aux Folles may be delightful, should gay men be supporting Kelsey Grammer, a right-wing conservative who is the new spokesman of the RightNetwork?

Chris at Everything I Know I Learned From Musicals and Esther at Gratuitous Violins discuss bloggers who review preview performances in response Michael Codron's rant against bloggers in his recent Guardian article.

Patrick at Just Shows to Go You has some great interviews with Alicia Silverstone, The Irish Curse's Austin Peck, and three company managers of current Broadway shows.

Michael Roderick lets us know that nonprofit arts powerhouse Fractured Atlas is hiring.

Ken Davenport announces his next Get Your Show Off the Ground seminar to be held Saturday, June 19th.

Jesse North brings us Episode 10 of StageRush TV.

Kevin Daly reconsiders Irma La Douce.

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