Edie Brickell

A Tony nominee for the musical Bright Star, Carmen Cusack makes her solo concert debut at Feinstein's/54 Below, where she shares stories and songs that brought her to Broadway.
The house was bizarrely packed. Upon her entrance, Cusack received over a minute of entrance applause. Someone stood after
The Tony Awards have gone back and forth over the years on whether they should allow closed shows to perform or whether shows
"It comes from the sounds," he said. "If there's anything that's mystical about the whole experience, it's the creating of
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After majoring in opera at the University of North Texas, Cusack got a job singing and dancing on the MS Queen Elizabeth
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Sitting in the Steve Martin/Edie Brickell bluegrass musical Bright Star I knew the show would divide critics, but I also knew that it was impossible to leave and not at least respect the work of choreographer Josh Rhodes.
Moments into the jolly entr'acte orchestra hoedown that affably yanks Bright Star back after Intermission, inscrutably ignoring the un-jolly infanticide finale that has just closed out Act One, I turned my eyes heavenward.
Working with Steve Martin, a not so wild and crazy guy in his current incarnation as Americana icon, the two have composed country songs for a band that plays from inside an A-frame house.
In terms of musicals, there are two that have opened already this spring, the Roundabout revival of She Loves Me and the jukebox musical Disaster!
"They're like oil and vinegar." We're all familiar with this expression and it couldn't be more accurate when it comes to the relationship between a stepmother and her teen stepdaughter. The conflict can take a toll, creating tension in father-daughter relationships.The fathers don't make it any easier.
According to Rachael Sage, "I don't do many cover songs--because I've been writing my own compositions since I was a little kid, it's just not really my thing generally, and I can count the ones I've recorded on less than one hand."
"Steve Martin live" are three words you stopped seeing together in 1981. A reigning king of comedy for almost four decades, his imprint on the art form has few equals. Regardless of who was on top there was always Steve Martin.
Edie Brickell and Paul Simon released a sweet duet, "Like To Get To Know You," only two days after appearing in court to
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My beautiful Christian intellectual girl had a capacity for lust -- and not toward me! -- that I thought was off-limits. It was the sort of sin I was constantly beating myself up over, and to voice it in mixed company!
If you tuned in to watch "Girls" on Sunday (Jan. 19), you probably cringed (and laughed) a lot as Marnie covered Edie Brickell's
"You gained 25 pounds during this record," Martin teases. He began sending Brickell compositions by e-mail. "When I heard