Did you know that Faith Prince was offered the role of Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors but turned it down? I found that out when I interviewed
Alan Menken during a Little Shop of Horrors interview.
Faith Prince is currently starring as the mother in Drop Dead Diva one of my favorite shows!
Maryann Lopinto attended the Nightlife Awards. Enjoy the photo coverage after the show.
Marilyn Maye and Mark Nadler
Jason Graae and Faith Prince
Faith Prince (Drop Dead Diva) Scott Siegel (Producer, writer) Mark Nadler and Jason Graae
The cast of The Nightlife Awards.
Last Updated on Thursday, 17 January 2013 16:22
"And Then She Wrote"- Review
Written by Ron Forman
Sunday, 13 January 2013 03:11
Long time (16 years) host of Hollywood Squares, Peter Marshall opened his first New York nightclub appearance in 60 years last night at the Metropolitan Room. Two very attractive and talented young singers Denise Donatelli and Carole Welsman join Marshall in “And Then She Wrote” a show featuring almost 40 songs, all written by women. The songwriters include Dorothy Fields, Carolyn Leigh, Marilyn Bergman, Peggy Lee, Ella Fitzgerald and about a dozen other lesser-known female singers. The performers alternate their singing usually performing 16 bars of each of the great songs. The show is lots of fun with interesting and often amusing stories that go with each of the writers. Mr. Marshall, celebrating his 71st year in show business, still looks marvelous and has a great sound.
The show opens with the trio singing Peggy Lee’s It’s a Good Day and then goes back to 1908 for Nora Bayes’ Shine On Harvest Moon. They then perform seven of the greatest of all female lyricists, Dorothy Fields’ songs, highlighted by Ms. Welsman’s doing The Way You Look Tonight with a Bossa Nova beat. Almost every song in the show is a classic of the Great American Songbook. The show closes with each of the performers doing a closing number: Carol and Denise each doing touching versions of the Betty Comden songs The Party’s Over and Some Other Time. Mr. Marshall closes with a warm version of Frank Sinatra’s closing theme song by Ruth Lowe Put Your Dreams Away.
There will be performances of the And Then She Wrote on January 12, 13 and 14 at New York’s Metropolitan Room 34 West 22nd St.
Last Updated on Sunday, 13 January 2013 05:18
The Midtown Men Next Week!
Written by corine
Saturday, 05 January 2013 07:03
Great news for Manhattan area Midtown Men fans. The MEN will be playing in NYC on January 13th at the Gramercy Theatre!
Along with this one of a kind intimate live performance with Broadway’s hometown boys, The Midtown Men will be hosting their third annual APAP presenter’s showcase and cocktail party. So come out and show your love and support!
Tickets are limited, so don’t hesitate - buy yours today!