Check out these amazing acrobats from the Big Apple Circus, then find out if Harry has what it takes to walk the tightrope!
Neil Kahanovitz fell in love with the circus as a boy, and became a trapeze artist before qualifying as a surgeon. Now he’s running away to the circus again, this time to save it.
BROADWAY.COM: Lauren Zakrin, Constantine Rousouli, Carrie St. Louis & More Set for Cruel Intentions Musical
Lauren Zakrin, Constantine Rousouli and Carrie St. Louis have been tapped for Cruel Intentions: The Musical as Kathryn, Sebastian and Annette, respectively. As previously reported, the production will have a reprise at New York’s (le) Poisson Rouge, where the production had its East Coast premiere in a sold-out pop-up engagement in February. Performances are scheduled to begin on
The intersection between rock and classical music has proved fertile ground for Broadway, as seen in musicals like “The Phantom of the Opera” and “Rent.” But never will the crossover be so literal as when “Rocktopia” arrives on Broadway in March. The show, created by Rob Evan, will fuse ’80s rock songs with classical arias
Most toddlers delight their parents by walking from one end of the room to the other without wiping out. Two-year-old Nik Wallenda dazzled his mom, Delilah, when he walked across the living room on a wire. It’s par for the course when you grow up in what is arguably the world’s most famous circus family:
Headliner BOND 45 The centerpiece of Shelly Fireman’s relocated theater district restaurant is the appetite-whetting cornucopia of antipasto platters arranged around the bar, just steps from the entrance. Beyond this are booths and tables. There’s a lower-level dining room as well, done in deep coppery tones and lit with Edison bulbs. “We’re more in the heart