Aladdin

Jerald Vincent talks ‘Aladdin’ and theatre’s diversity growth

Multiculturalism is something we have seen grace across heralded Broadway productions in recent years. It used to be that people of color would be considered to be an abbreviation to the distinguished theatrical world if they were fortunate enough to be part of a production. That’s not the case today. When you see Broadway shows […]

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Bernadette Peters

Bernadette Peters is still giving audiences fever

COSTA MESA, CA-Bernadette Peters can still dazzle an audience. Performing at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in late January, Peters wowed the crowd at the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall with an array of Broadway numbers and other musical selections she retrieved from her deep arsenal of collectives. A lifelong fan of the […]

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Spotlight: ‘Motown: The Musical’

LOS ANGELES-Start fast and end with a bang. If there is a musical or live performance you should go see, “Motown: The Musical,” would be that production. For those of us looking to reminisce about the good old days, “Motown: The Musical” hands delivers the golden era of the unmistakable soulful sounds that Motown founder […]

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