Steve Schonberg

"I'm just going to do things that I like to do, sing songs that I like to sing," Carmen Cusack said, sounding carefree, in a recent interview about her solo concert debut at NYC's Feinstein's/54 Below.
"In about a week or two, my skin was just really wonderful, as far as I'm concerned. It got smoother and everything. I recommend
With Bartlett Sher's fantastic revival of Fiddler on the Roof currently on Broadway, it offered the perfect opportunity to visit with the cast and explore a celebrated tradition -- Father's Day -- and hear about the men they'll honor this Sunday.
Born in Alabama, Blake said that as she began researching McCready's story, she realized she had more than her appearance
"It will be an interesting evening because I think it will be stable on one hand, but also maybe deeper on the other," Wainwright
Last year, I had the pleasure of writing about an incredible singer, Maxine Linehan, who is quickly moving up the ranks of cabaret and proving to be one of its most talented performers.
Who was James Cagney? There was a time when fans around the world could have easily answered the question.
O'Hara's operatic roots date back to her years in college at Oklahoma City University, where she was trained by acclaimed
Fast forward 25 years or so, and Benanti is now one Broadway's most sought-after talents, having starred in shows like Nine
The casting set aside usual expectations for the feuding Puerto Rican "Sharks," and the white, "Jets." Instead, both sides
Starting Sunday, Manhattan Concert Productions will celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Broadway musical, The Secret Garden with a two-night, star-studded production at Lincoln Center's New York's David Geffen Hall.
Opera and the iconic rock band, The Police may seem to be from different worlds but the group's co-founder and drummer, Stewart Copeland, bridges the gap as an accomplished musician in both genres.
At that point, she was unable to create Piaf as a character, preoccupied in doing so with another historical figure -- Eva Perón -- but, Piaf didn't leave Paige's focus.
When I was in second grade, I went to "magic school." Think less "Hogwarts" though, and think more local community center
The supernatural side of NYC's Theater District comes to life this Halloween.
Patti LuPone, Andrea McArdle, Anne Hathaway, Melba Moore--since it first premiered in London 30 years ago, Boublil and Schönberg's mega-musical, Les Misérables, has played more than 40 countries, and hundreds of actors have brought their own take to its iconic characters, like the destitute Fantine.
This past round of Emmy Awards was TV and Broadway choreographer Spencer Liff's second chance at the win. Twice now, he's been nominated for his work on "So You Think You Can Dance," but again the recognition fell short.
Now at Williamstown Theatre Festival, tucked away in the northwest corner of Massachusetts, Broadway royalty and celebrity couple, Audra McDonald and Will Swenson are exploring a new kind of relationship in Eugene O'Neill's final masterpiece--the sequel to Long Day's Journey Into Night--A Moon For The Misbegotten.
On Thursday, August 6, two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster (Thoroughly Modern Millie, Anything Goes) will help the New York Pops open its new summer residency in Queens, extending the organization's distinguished history with the orchestra's inaugural concert at Forest Hills Stadium.