The Week

Fleetwood Mac, Sutton Foster, and Florida AIDS Walk 2015

3/19 Dudu Fisher As an observant Jew, Broadway life was rather difficult for Dudu Fisher. His one-man off-Broadway show Never […]

Bacardi Ignites Winter Party Festival Tonight At Cameo

To kick off Winter Party Festival 2015, family-owned spirits giant Bacardi will celebrate their long-running “Tom, Dick & Harry By […]

Elton John, White Party, and Anything Goes!

3/5 A Game of Scones: Murder Mystery Musical Inspired by the cultural phenomenon Game of Thrones, A Game of Scones […]

Jason Alexander, Harlem Globetrotters, and Miss Florida Continental

2/26 Jason Alexander Jason Alexander—the Tony-winner, Seinfeld alum, and star of the classic gay-themed film Love! Valour! Compassion!—is a man […]

Diana Ross, Jackson Browne & Regis Philbin

2/19 Diana Ross When not touching Lil’ Kim’s breast or co-starring in inventive, racially-charged retellings of The Wizard of Oz, […]

The Week: Chris Brown, Tony Bennett and Twelve Angry Men

2/12 Chris Brown Domestic abuser Christ Brown has somehow continued his mainstream success despite a public fallout after seriously hurting […]

Wuthering Heights, Rebecca, and The Tempest

2/5 Wuthering Heights Emily Bronte’s classic novel Wuthering Heights is turned into a theatrical production at the Kravis Center. On […]

Caberet, Frankie Valli, and Billy Joel

1/29 Into the Woods Stephen Soundheim’s classic 1986 Broadway musical Into the Woods will be playing at the Adirenne Arsht […]

Bonnie & Clyde, Zap Mama, and Bianca del Rio

1/22 The Second City Some of the most talented comedians began in America’s premier improve and sketch comedy troupe, The […]

La Boheme, Ben Howard, and Little Piggies

1/15 John Prine Hidden gem John Prine has been an American country/folk singer-songwriter since the early 1970s. Although lacking the […]