Broadway stars recorded “What the World Needs Now Is Love” — Available now with 100% of the proceeds from sales of the $1.99 single will go to benefit the LGBT Center of Central Florida. #BroadwayForOrlando#
HAMLET for Shakespeare’s 400th starring HRH the Prince of Wales (Prince Charles), Dame Judi Dench, Benedict Cumberbatch, Sir Ian McKellen, Tim Minchin, Paapa Essiedu, David Tennant and other #Theatre# stars — “To Be Or Not To Be” that is the question! Quite brilliant… shared for my Chinese friends who cannot access youtube…
Opening night Jim Dale’s West End show w/Jim Dale, Ronald Pickup, Derek Jacobi, Siân Phillips, Barbara Windsor, Cameron Mackintosh, Anthony Andrews & #1 theatre powerhouse, Nica Burns..
1984 Tony Awards, with an incredible medley of John Kander & Fred Ebb and Stephen Sondheim favorites…. starring Liza Minnelli, Chita Rivera, Gwen Verdon and Dorothy Loudon
This years Oscars on Sunday will once again celebrate Broadway. Hollywood and Broadway oft become intertwined. This year is no exception… “Into the Woods,” the film adaptation of the Stephen Sondheim / James Lapine musical, received nominations for Production Design, Costume Design (Colleen Atwood) and Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Meryl Streep). “Birdman,” the…
New feature film sequel to the multi-award winning “Three Grams of a Dream”, “3 Grams” is slated to go into production in 2016. Directed by China’s leading young director Chen You Kang, this film promises to move audiences on an emotionally charged roller coaster. The story proves that childhood dreams live forever.
FOREIGNER CASTING! Seeking new mothers for a TV shoot in Oct. w/ interesting stories to share w/ Chinese mothers-to-be about their pregnancy or child raising. Paid. You: 18-35, good looking, any ethnicity (except mainland). Send Ryan@YKfilmCorp.com your CV, photos & cover story.
Lauren Bacall. RIP. Applause. Star of stars. Hollywood/Broadway. The reason I got into showbiz. Dream fulfilled @ Victor/Victoria & again at Death of a Salesman opening nights with her.
Elizabeth received a standing ovation when she walked onstage to award that year’s Best Musical. When reading the list of nominees, Elizabeth managed to screw up the names of their names. She drew the biggest laugh when she accidentally called James M. Nederlander, (Chairman of the Nederlander Organization) “James Needleheimer”, followed by “Jimmy, I’m sorry”…
The casting director thought she was too short and too fat, and encouraged her not to audition for Jerome Robbins. But she persevered. She got the job, and stayed in the role for about 3 years. Bette Midler replaced Joanna Merlin as Tzeitel in the original Broadway production of ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ – and here is a video of her from the ’68 Tony’s strutting her stuff.