The Academy of Music in Philadelphia is intimate and grand

Scene from "Cold Mountain"Maybe you've read Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier. Perhaps you've seen the movie. But seeing this tale of life and love during the Civil War put to music composed by Jennifer Higdon and libretto by Gene Scheer, puts it in a whole new perspective! Especially when you have the privilege of seeing it performed by Opera Philadelphia at the Academy of Music, a theatre that was fully operational years before the Civil War even started!

Lady Gaga is an Icon at her highest

Lady Gaga’s two-night performance at Citi Field Stadium in Queens, NY, marked lucky number thirteen stop on the 60-show Joanne World Tour, and by...

“Motown” hits Philadephia again!

I've discovered that Motown and Broadway have a lot in common — a family of wonderfully talented, passionate, hardworking young people, fiercely competitive but...

Britney Spears “Piece of Me” tour in AC

The show at Borgata was a complete arsenal of Britneys’ hit catalog From Miss America to the upcoming Miss’d America, Atlantic City has never...

Remixes and ‘mixers rule

In the Cookie Jar  Keala Settle Keala Settle tearing through “This Is Me” from The Greatest Showman was one of the most stellar moments of this...

Elvis Duran & Z100’s summer bash

Social House opened and Liam Payne was the headliner The world famous Z100 brought back its Summer Bash this year. It was held in Manhattan’s...

One week, two great shows at the Raven’s Rrazz Room

Broadway newcomer Alysha Umphress wowed her audience on June 11, while the following Saturday, June 18, saw theatre and cabaret legend Jason Graae command the stage at Rrazz Room at...

5 Seconds of Summer are more than a Boyband

The Meet You There Tour  5 Seconds of Summer were doing covers of songs on YouTube in 2011. But fast forward seven years later, and...

The Blind Boys of Alabama bring The Good News to Kean...

CD Blind Boys of AlabamaKean University hosted the Blind Boys of Alabama in concert at beautiful Enlow Hall on February 9. Five- time Grammy Award winners and winners of two Lifetime Achievement Awards, one from the Grammys, and one from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Blind Boys of Alabama are Gospel legends who have been singing since 1944.

“Peter Grimes” at The Princeton Festival

Peter Grimes by Benjamin Britten, has been a highly successful opera since it opened in London in 1945. It has been presented in famous performances at...