After last month’s 2017 Tony Awards in New York, we thought it would be interesting to see what is hot over in the London theatre scene a few months after the super exciting Olivier Award winners were revealed at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Here’s is a selection of some of the hottest tickets in town, many coming from or to Broadway.
It’s that time again for the Broadway Super Bowl — otherwise know as the Tony Awards! I think I can safely predict two names we will hear A LOT tonight (at least in the musicals categories) — Evan and Dolly. Who are your favorites?
The work on a cruise ship is often fun, sometimes a grind, but if you’re lucky it’s a very well-paid vacation. If you want to save some money for your move to a bigger market, it may be ideal for you. But if you are someone who struggles with too much structure or a perceived lack of freedom, it may not be in your future. Read the second in our two-part series to see if cruise ship entertainment is something for you!
Do you have what it takes to be a cruise ship entertainer? Read more about what the work is like, and how you live on the ocean for months at a time. Of course, every company is different, but many shows are performed in a theatre that looks like a Broadway house. It’s beautiful, extremely well-maintained, and holds about 1300 people. You’d think it would be located right in the heart of the theatre district, but no, it’s somewhere else…IN THE MIDDLE OF THE OCEAN.
Throughout history, art has reflected the time in which it was created, whether it serves as a mirror for the present, a reminder of days long gone, or a glimpse into the future. Those who appreciate art often look to it for guidance, or inspiration. Hamilton gives a gritty edge to what has often been a whitewashed history lesson. Camelot presents a magical, idealistic take on the rules of governance. If ever there was a time to have both shows running on Broadway, I think now is that time.