Atlantean Bloodsuckers

Myth and legend are a huge part of Anne Rice’s oeuvre given the fact that so much of her legacy is plugged into the world of vampires, something...

Taking A Detour

The Queens native explores her country music side with her latest project When Cyndi Lauper burst onto the music scene with her 1983 debut She’s So Unusual, everything about...

Tough Guys Do Dance

Arguably one of the greatest song and dance men to come out of Hollywood, James Cagney left behind a legacy that included three Academy Award nods, one win,...

Finally Home

Christy Altomare and Derek Klena originate the roles of Anya and Dmitry on Broadway in the romantic and heartwarming legend of Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia Gorgeous, sweeping...

Belmont Avenue On Broadway

Setting Chazz Palminteri’s one-man show to song Guys and Dolls may have been the first time anyone saw wise guy exploits brought to the Great White Way, but with...

Canada’s Piano Man

Paul Shaffer returns with a star-studded solo album To say Paul Shaffer gets around is an understatement. Best known for his 33-year association with David Letterman in the role...

From Syosset To Broadway And Beyond

Idina Menzel is back on tour with her first studio effort in nearly a decade If luck is the crossroads where opportunity meets preparation, then it’s clear that Idina...

Gregg Allman

Still trucking with a laid back festival Houston-based singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen has a song called “The Road Goes On Forever,” which may be what comes to mind when...

Face Behind The Voice: H. Jon Benjamin

Having voiced lazy, crass, exasperated and misogynistic characters, as well as a giant moth, a quark, a can of vegetables and the devil himself, H. Jon Benjamin has...

Creative Satisfaction

Dave Gil de Rubio experiences the Rolling Stones collision of music, fashion, film and art in Exhibitionism, delivered by DHL, a grandiose and over-the-top pop-up museum homage Curated by...