Music Legend, Louis Armstrong’s Most Intimate Moments Unfold in “Satchmo At The Waldorf” By Myrdith Leon-McCormack

An Angel. The embodiment of Jazz music. A messenger from God. These are some of the phrases that have been used to describe Louis Armstrong. Born August 4, 1901 in New Orleans, Louisiana, he grew to be a musician and singer. He could wail on the trumpet and was even called the American Shakespeare. Armstrong […] Click to read more »

The Trevor Project Honors Daniel Radcliffe at this Year’s Trevor LIVE for LGBTQ Hero Award!

Daniel Radcliffe may be best known as Harry Potter in the ongoing 8-part film series set to conclude this Summer but, he’s also currently on Broadway starring in “How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying” and if that weren’t enough he’ll receive the Trevor Hero Award at Trevor LIVE on June, 27th, 2011 in […] Click to read more »

Progressive or Traditional: Who will win the Tony Awards? by Kevin M. Thomas

Between the 11 nominations for both “Fela!” and “La Cage aux Folles,” the Tony Award nominations prove to be an even mix of progressive and traditional theatre. “Fela!” which is a politically-motivated true story musical that got its start off-Broadway is pitted against two men in drag in the more traditional “La Cage aux Folles,” […] Click to read more »