Articles in Broadway
I have to admit that I am not a fan of American Idol. In fact, I call it American Yodel. No one ever sings just one note. They warble and wail and riff all around it. I thought it was a fad that would fade away, but I was wrong. The country is fixated on American Idol, and Broadway has taken notice.
Revolucion Latina is a non profit organization aimed at providing underprivileged youths in New York City artistic empowerment through free workshops, classes, and seminars.
In the Heights celebrates the breakthrough of a predominately Latino cast making it on Broadway, sharing the story of social struggles in Washington Heights.
Broadway Babies – Is there a career in acting after Broadway child stardom? Follow Billy Elliot, Annie, The Wiz, Daniel Radcliff… during their Broadway moment.
The Gypsy of the Year rewards every fall to the cast of a Broadway show for best performance that follows a fundraising for Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights Aids.
Ray Mercer, one the many performers of Disney’s Lion King on Broadway, choreographs his on work on fellow “King” dancers, and even get Disney’s support.
Movmnt talks with Blake Bashoff castmember of the Tony Awards winning sensation for a generation: Spring Awakening.
Movmnt’s Broadway Interview Series: 42nd Speak. Spring Awakening, the break out musical with eight win out of eleven 2007 TONY nominations. Part 2: Christine Estabrook.
The key to the success of In the Height is its authenticity. This is how the choreographer of the show, Andy Blankenbuehler descibe his creative quest. As part of movmnt’s cover story with the cast of the Musical that spices up broadway this year, Jayzel Samonte took the time to interview Andy just a few weeks before he won his Tony for best choreography.
First of a three-part series with the cast of Spring Awakening, Alexandra Socha answers the questions you’ve all been wondering. Movmnt Magazine Exclusive.
A new musical about the South African struggle for freedom from apartheid and the leaders of that movement will be based in part on a forthcoming memoir by Zindzi Mandela, assisted by South African theater veteran Welcome Msomi.