Brian Stokes Mitchell

24 Mar 19
The Cinemaholic

Fam is an American Sitcom that centres around a family of misfits. It airs on CBS and first premiered on January 10, 2019. It has been produced by Kapital Entertainment, Trill Television, CBS Television Studios. The creator of the series, Corinne Kingsbury, also serves as an executive producer with Aaron Kaplan, Wendi Trilling, and Dana […]

23 Mar 19
JoCo Report

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23 Mar 19
Archy Worldys

TJ Rolf of Edmond North signs his letter of intent to play for Oklahoma Christian University in February. [Photo by Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] baseball Tyler Ash, Sand Springs (east) Kyle Bass, Bixby (NOC Enid) Connor Beichler, Owasso (OU) Jake Bennett, Bixby (OU) Geovanni Blackshaw, Jenks (NOC-Tonkawa) Jaden Bray, Jenks (Connors St.) Creighton Bugg, Kingfisher (NOC-Tonkawa) […]

22 Mar 19
Archy news nety

Edmond North & # 39; s TJ Rolf signs his letter of intent to play for Oklahoma Christian University in February. [Photo by Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] Basketball Tyler Ash, Sand Springs (Eastern) Kyle Bass, Bixby (NOC-Enid) Connor Beichler, Owasso (OU) Jake Bennett, Bixby (OU) Geovanni Blackshaw, Jenks (NOC-Tonkawa) Jaden Bray, Jenks (Connors St.) Creighton Bugg, […]

22 Mar 19
Nachrichten Welt

TJ Rolf von Edmond North unterzeichnet seine Absichtserklärung, im Februar für die Oklahoma Christian University zu spielen. [Photo by Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] Baseball Tyler Ash, Sand Springs (östlich) Kyle Bass, Bixby (NOC-Enid) Connor Beichler, Owasso (OU) Jake Bennett, Bixby (OU) Geovanni Blackshaw, Jenks (NOC-Tonkawa) Jaden Bray, Jenks (Connors St.) Creighton Bugg, Eisvogel (NOC-Tonkawa) Josh Bumgarner, […]

22 Mar 19
Nachrichten Welt

TJ Rolf von Edmond North unterzeichnet seine Absichtserklärung, im Februar für die Oklahoma Christian University zu spielen. [Photo by Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman] Baseball Tyler Ash, Sand Springs (östlich) Kyle Bass, Bixby (NOC-Enid) Connor Beichler, Owasso (OU) Jake Bennett, Bixby (OU) Geovanni Blackshaw, Jenks (NOC-Tonkawa) Jaden Bray, Jenks (Connors St.) Creighton Bugg, Eisvogel (NOC-Tonkawa) Josh Bumgarner, […]

22 Mar 19
Archy news nety

Hadestown begins preview performances tonight, March 22, at the Walter Kerr Theater, ahead of a Wednesday, April 17 official opening night. Hadestown originated in 2006 as Mitchell's community theater project that traveled Vermont before gaining a cult following when she turned the songs into an acclaimed album which was called "far and away one of […]

17 Mar 19
Power Money Sex

How law enforcement will investigate New Zealand mosque shootings What we know about the New Zealand shooting Fifty people are dead after shootings at two mosques. Fifty others were injured in the attack. A suspected shooter, an Australian national, has been charged with murder. Two others, whose roles remain unclear, are in custody. A man […]

15 Mar 19
front mezz junkies

The Review: Roundabout’s Kiss Me Kate By Ross It’s a glorious return, this Roundabout Theatre revival of Kiss Me Kate. “So in Love” is all I can say about this “Too Darn Hot” musical, written by Samuel and Bella Spewack (1938’s Leave It to Me!) with music and lyrics by Cole Porter (Anything Goes). It swings its backstage door […]

15 Mar 19
GoldDerby
One of Cole Porter’s most popular shows, “Kiss Me, Kate,” hasn’t been seen on the boards of the Great White Way in nearly two decades. This season mark the return of the classic musical comedy via the Roundabout Theatre Company revival that opened on March 14 at Studio 54. Directed by Tony-nominee Scott Ellis, this staging stars Tony winner Kelli O’Hara (“The King and I”) and Tony nominee Will Chase (“The Mystery of Edwin Drood”) as the infamously divorced couple of sparring thespians Lilli Vanessi and Fred Graham. Boasting popular Porter songs such as “Another Op’nin’, Another Show,” “Brush Up Your Shakespeare,” “So in Love,” “Too Darn Hot,” and “Wunderbar,” the musical follows Lilli and Fred as they reunite to star in a production of a musical version of Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew,” with their personal feelings influencing their on-stage performances. Notably, Tony nominee Amanda Green (“Hands on a Hard Body”) has tweaked and contributed additional material to recalibrate the gender dynamics of the show for the modern era. SIGN UP for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions Critics responded tamely to Ellis’s production of “Kiss Me, Kate.” In one of its most positive notices, Jesse Green (New York Times) labels the show a Critic’s Pick, calling this staging “so enjoyable,” and praising the performances of the “sublime” O’Hara and the “charmingly vain” Chase. Green doesn’t offer a full endorsement, though, noting that aside from standout moments such as O’Hara’s “So in Love,” which is “sung so gorgeously it almost melts the theater,” “too many other numbers disappoint.” A little less favorably, Sara Holdren (Vulture) critiques the production for feeling “irretrievably dated” and coming off as a “handsome fossil,” though she does single out O’Hara’s “honey volcano of a voice,” featured actor Corbin Bleu’s “star turn” in Act II number “Bianca,” and choreographer Warren Carlyle’s “splashy golden-age choreography.” DISCUSS The season with Broadway insiders in our notorious forums Given the wide range of critical responses, some more harsh than Holdren’s, how might this “Kiss Me, Kate” fare with the Tony Awards? Historically, previous productions have performed very well. The original, which opened in 1948, was nominated for and won 5 Tonys including Best Musical, Author (Musical), Best Composer and Lyricist, Best Costume Design, and Producer (Musical). The 1999 revival starring Marin Mazzie and Brian Stokes Mitchell nabbed an astounding twelve Tony nominations, winning 5 for Best Revival, Best Direction, Best Actor for Mitchell, Best Costume Design, and Best Orchestrations. This season’s mounting may fare well, though it seems likely to fall short of the most recent revivals nominations tally. With only one other musical revival opening this season (“Oklahoma”) and largely respectable reviews, “Kiss Me, Kate” seems assured a Best Revival nomination, barring any eligibility rulings from the Tony nominating committee. Of its possible nominations, a bid for Kelli O’Hara seems destined, with others for Tony-winning choreographer Carlyle (“After Midnight”) and Tony-winning orchestrator Larry Hochman (“The Book of Mormon”) relatively likely. In Featured Actress, Broadway newcomer Stephanie Styles could find herself batting a thousand come Tony nominations morning; David Cote (Observer) praises her as a “petite comic powerhouse” who could “join the lineage of [Bernadette] Peters, [Kristin] Chenoweth and [Annaleigh] Ashford.” [predictions-widget id=1202817752] [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/leagues/” type=”PREDICT” target=”_self”]the Tonys now; change them until April 30[/pmc-related-link] Be sure to make your Tony predictions today so that Broadway insiders can see how their shows and performers are faring in our odds. You can keep changing your predictions as often as you like until just before nominations are announced on April 30. And join in the fun debate over the 2019 Tonys taking place right now in our theater forum. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news.
15 Mar 19
FanBolt

Mapplethorpe provides a look into the life of controversial photographer Robert Mapplethorpe (played by Matt Smith). From his rise in the 1970s art world to his untimely death in 1989, Mapplethorpe was an artist who specialized in large format, highly stylized B&W photographs. he captured all types of photos, from celebrity portraits, nudes, and pictures […]

15 Mar 19
Mountain West Wire

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15 Mar 19
New York Stage Review

★★★★ Cole Porter and Kelli O’Hara make beautiful music together in a snappy revival

15 Mar 19
Observer

Director Scott Ellis navigates the antique attitudes of the original ‘Kiss Me, Kate’ material deftly, giving this classic musical an update that meshes with our age.