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NYC Theatre: Leonard’s Tony Predictions

By Leonard Feigenblatt The Tony Awards will be presented live on Sunday night, June 9, at Radio City Music Hall. Special Lifetime Achievement Tony Awards will be presented to iconic actress Rosemary Harris (currently appearing as Mrs. Higgins in the … Full Story

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NYC THEATRE: “Who’s Holiday!”

By Leonard Feigenblatt “Who’s Holiday!” is a 55 minute piece of silliness, a under cooked, lightweight, comedy skit. It is written by Matthew Lombardo in rhyming couplets.  Remember Cindy Lou Who? She is the 2-year old tot who charms the … Full Story

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NYC THEATRE: Fall and Winter Preview

By Leonard Feigenblatt As Summer 2017 is nearing an end, here is a preview of NYC theater and theatrical events coming in fall/winter 2017-2918. New York City Center Oct. 26-Nov. 5, 2017: Matthew Bourne’s/New Adventures The Red Shoes Based on … Full Story

NYC THEATRE: “Six Degrees of Separation”

by Leonard Feigenblatt “Six Degrees of Separation” opened at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre on Nov. 8, 1990, starring Stockard Channing and Courtney B. Vance. It is John Guare’s best play and it is being revived in a splendid production at … Full Story

NYC THEATRE: “The Boy Who Danced on Air”

By Leonard Feigenblatt   The musical “The Boy Who Danced on Air” is inspired by the 2010 PBS Frontline documentary, “The Dancing Boys of Afghanistan.” According to the authors’ note the “documentary about ‘bacha bazi’ – the ancient tradition where … Full Story

NYC THEATRE: A Fall Forecast

By Leonard Feigenblatt Transitioning back from beach to city life? What’s new and interesting in New York City’s thriving theatre scene this season might help smooth the adjustment, with performances in store that will inspire and uplift the spirits. Here … Full Story