Norm Lewis (Scandal’s Edison) To Be First Black Phantom Of The Opera On Broaday

by Anya Rahmingon May 1, 2014
Norm Lewis, a talented actor and singer with numerous Broadway credits to his name, has just hit a huge milestone in his career. He’s been chosen to play The Phantom himself in a Broadway production of The Phantom Of The Opera beginning on May 12, 2014. Lewis’ other Broadway credits include portraying Abraham Van Helsing […]

Oprah Could Star In Broadway Production With Audra McDonald

by Anya Rahmingon February 7, 2014
    A report in the NYTimes says that Oprah Winfrey is in talks to make her first ever Broadway appearance in a play titled Night, Mother. She would be starring alongside 5 time Tony award winner Audra McDonald, who recently appeared in NBC’s Sound Of Music remake.The play revolves around a mother trying to keep her […]


Photo + Video Broadway’s Romeo And Juliet Condola Rashad & Orlando Bloom

by Anya Rahmingon September 3, 2013
Tony nominated actress Condola Rashad and film star Orlando Bloom are the title characters in a Broadway production of Romeo And Juliet which debuts September 19th at The Richard Rodgers Theatre. Everyone knows Romeo and Juliet is Shakespeares tale of star crossed teen lovers (we’ll excuse the age factor in this case) who can’t be […]

Condola Rashad To Star In Interracial Romeo & Juliet With Orlando Bloom On Broadway

by Anya Rahmingon April 2, 2013
Condola Rashad, currently starring in a Broadway production of The Trip To Bountiful,  has been cast in a new Broadway role. This time the 26-year-old actress will play Juliet in an interracial adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. Orlando Bloom has been cast as Romeo. The play will be set in modern times, and won’t be a strict adaptation. The […]


The Trip To Bountiful Previews Begin March 30

by Anya Rahmingon March 29, 2013
Preview performances for the upcoming Broadway play Trip To The Bountiful will begin on March 30, 2013. However, the production will not release to the public until April 23rd. These preview performances should generate ample reviews, photos, and clips to help audiences decide whether or not the production peaks their interest. With stars like Cuba Gooding Jr., […]

“The Trip To Bountiful” On Broadway In Spring

by Anya Rahmingon January 24, 2013
The Trip To Bountiful will debut on April 23, 2013 on Broadway and run for 14 weeks. The production stars Cuba Gooding Jr., Vanessa Williams, Condola Rashad, and Cicely Tyson. The premier will mark 79-year-old Cisely Tyson’s first appearance on Broadway in 30-years. Tyson stars as Carrie Watts, an elderly woman who is returning to her hometown […]


Watch Fantastic Trailer For The Bodyguard With Heather Headley

by Anya Rahmingon December 27, 2012
  A trailer has been released for the stage version of The Bodyguard, which stars Heather Headley in the featured role of Rachel Marron (originally played by Whitney Houston). The play opened early in December at the Adelphi Theatre in London according to Broadway World. The good news is the show is aiming to come to […]

Motown the Musical Prepares For Debut With National Casting Tour

by Anya Rahmingon October 25, 2012
The upcoming Broadway production of Motown: The Musical is scouting the country for African-American talent to play roles in the show. The audition tour will visit Detroit November 3 New York City November 3 Los Angeles November 10 Chicago November 18 Atlanta December 1 The two major roles have already been cast. Brandon Victor Dixon […]


Black Orpheus Musical In The Works

by Anya Rahmingon September 30, 2012
  Stephen C. Byrd, who was responsible for this summer’s black adaptation of A Streetcar Named Desire that starred Blair Underwood, is set to produce a new show. A musical called Black Orpheus, based on the Greek tale of Orpheus (a musician who could charm beasts with the music he played on his lyre), is in the […]

Heather Headley Bodyguard Broadway Adaptation Rehearsals Have Begun

by Anya Rahmingon August 8, 2012
Heather Headley, Tony and Grammy winning performer,  and Broadway veteran,  will play Rachel Marron, the character the late Whitney Houston played in the film version of the bodyguard. Headley spent many years on the Broadway stage performing the title role in Aida, and supporting role as Nala in The Lion King just before that. She’s […]


Mike Tyson’s 1 Man Broadway Show

by Anya Rahmingon August 2, 2012
Mike Tyson is moving his Las Vegas show to Broadway for two weeks. From July 31st – August 12th, The Undisputed Truth, directed by Spike Lee, will show at the Longacre theater in New York. The site summarizes the show as: …a rare, personal look inside the life and mind of the one of […]
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Broadway Clip Released of Raven Symone

by Anya Rahmingon May 8, 2012
                        In case you didn’t already know, Raven Symone is staring in Sister Act on Broadway. A video clip that’s been released in which Raven Symone belts out a tune while dancing with a full backdrop of smiling nuns. No where else will you […]

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Corbin Bleu – From High School Musical Sidekick To Broadway Leading Man

by Anya Rahmingon May 8, 2012
                      Corbin Bleu, perhaps best known for his dance moves in the High School Musical movies, has taken over for Hunter Parish as Jesus, the lead in Godspell. The musical Godspell is based on the parables in the Biblical book of Matthew. The soundtrack is […]

Blair Underwood Version of A Street Car Named Desire, How’d He Do?

by Anya Rahmingon April 24, 2012
On Sunday Blair Underwood made his debut in the Broadway adaptation of a Street Car Named Desire. Perhaps the most popular version of the Tennessee Williams play was the film starring Marlon Brando in the lead role. You may not know the play, but you’ve probably heard pop-culture references to the  Tennesee Williams play, or […]


Raven Symone On Broadway And Success “It’s About The Work”

by Anya Rahmingon April 22, 2012
Raven Symone is currently staring in the Broadway musical adaption of the beloved 1992 film, Sister Act. In an interview on the Huffington Post, she talks about everything from Vocal Preparation for the role, to her Work Ethic, To Whoopi Goldberg. When asked about how she has acheived so much success at the age of […]