Follow Ariana DeBose and the cast as they take you through a day in the life backstage at Summer: The Donna Summer Musical.
“The Bell Telephone Hour” was a musical variety show that aired on “NBC” TV from 12 January 1959 to 14 June 1968 that showcased the best in Broadway, Classical, Concert, Jazz and Popular music each week. The series had its’ own house band appropriately named the “Bell Telephone Orchestra”. The show also had its’ own theme song being the “Bell Waltz” composed by “Donald Voorhees” who was also the show's Orchestra conductor. Some of the greatest violinists of the 1960’s performed on this show that aired in the old “Black & White” format. Some of these great violinists included “Erica Mornin”, “Isaac Stern", "Michael Rabin", "Ruggiero Ricci", "Yehudi Menuhin" and "Zino Francesacatti". From time to time some of the great singers and bandleaders of the 1960’s would perform on the show as well. Some of these were “Bing Crosby”, “Gordon MacRae”, “John Gary”, “Leslie Uggams”, “Mary Martin”, “Nelson Eddy”, “Patti Page” and “Roy Rogers”. The TV show followed on the heels of its’ predecessor with the same name on “NBC” radio that aired from 29 April 1940 to 1958 on Monday nights at 8 PM. The name of the show was derived from its’ Major sponsor “Bell Telephone Laboratories”. The TV version began airing on Friday nights at 8:30 PM once a month. It later was given it’s same time slot now airing every other week alternating with another show on the other weeks such as News shows and specials. The show time slot changed quite often over the years. In September 1960 it aired at 9 PM and in September 1961 it moved to 9:30 PM. In October 1963 it moved to Tuesday nights at 10 PM, September 1965 it moved to Sunday night at 6:30 PM and in September 1967 it made its' final move back to Friday night at 10 PM.
Kirstie Alley's Big Life is an American reality television series on A&E that debuted March 21, 2010. The series chronicles the life of Kirstie Alley as she works to lose weight, launch a weight loss program and being a single mother.
The series was distributed and aired on A&E prior to the series being shifted to Lifetime.
Jacob Gordon can't catch a break. A struggling actor with a personal life to match. His epic streak of bad luck just might change when he's cast in a Broadway musical; "The Ice Queen", opposite stage and screen royalty Veronica Bailey.
Penny Reilly is a reader for Broadway casting director Tim Trull attempting to become an actress herself. Throughout the web-series, we follow the misadventures of Penny and her love life.
And the gods heard her prayer! Broadway newcomer, Hailey Kilgore, who is currently appearing as Ti Moune in the new production of Once on This Island, will lead Broadway.com's new vlog, One Small Girl, which will follow the talented Kilgore and her co-stars backstage and onstage at the Circle in the Square Theatre where the exciting new production officially opens on December 3.
Follow Eva Noblezada and the cast as they take you through a day in the life backstage at Miss Saigon.
The Best of Broadway is a 60-minute television anthology series telecast live on CBS from 1954 to 1955 for a total of 9 episodes.
Legally Blonde — The Musical: The Search for Elle Woods is an MTV program created in order to cast an actress to replace Laura Bell Bundy in the role of Elle Woods in the Broadway production of Legally Blonde – The Musical. The show debuted on June 2, 2008.
The winner of the show, Bailey Hanks, in addition to being cast in the role, was given the opportunity to record her own single of the musical's first-act closer, "So Much Better". The show concluded on July 21, 2008. Autumn Hurlbert was the runner up. She served as Hanks' understudy and performed in the ensemble of the show. Bundy's last performance in the musical was on July 20, 2008. Hanks began performances on July 23, 2008 and remained with the show until it closed on October 19, 2008.
Two other show finalists — Rhiannon Hansen and Lauren Zakrin, performed in the Legally Blonde National tour. Hansen played Margot in the musical and Zakrin performed in the ensemble as well serving as understudy to Becky Gulsvig as Elle Woods.
The show began with 15 contestants. All except the winner were eliminated over nine episodes, in which they performed songs and faced other challenges. A three-judge panel made the elimination decisions. Most episodes involved a small prize for the winner of the challenge.
The Cher Show star Jarrod Spector (Sonny Bono) creates video vlogs for Broadway.com.
Mean Girls star Erika Henningsen (Cady Heron) creates video vlogs for Broadway.com.
Sarah Stiles, the multi-talented Tony nominee who is currently delighting audiences as Sandy Lester in Tootsie, has signed on to lead Broadway.com's latest vlog, "What's Gonna Happen," which will follow Stiles and her co-stars backstage and onstage at the Marquis Theatre where the new musical is playing to thrilled audiences eight times a week.
Musical Comedy Time is a series of live hour-long adaptations of Broadway musical comedies and standard operettas that aired on NBC from October 2, 1950 to March 19, 1951.
Newcomer Christiani Pitts, who is currently thrilling audiences as Ann Darrow in King Kong, will lead Broadway.com's latest vlog, Queen of New York, which will follow Pitts and her co-stars backstage and onstage at the Broadway Theatre where the new musical is playing to delighted audiences eight times a week.
Follow Tyler Hanes and the cast as they take you through a day in the life backstage at Cats.
We just can't wait! Talented Disney veteran Jelani Remy, who currently appears as Simba in The Lion King, will lead Broadway.com's new vlog, Pride of Broadway, beginning on February 1. The vlog will follow Remy and his co-stars backstage and onstage at the Minskoff Theatre where the acclaimed Broadway musical delights audiences eight times a week.
Talented Broadway newcomer Samantha Barks, who is delighting audiences as Vivian Ward in Pretty Woman: The Musical, will lead Broadway.com's new vlog, Lady in Red, which will follow Barks and her co-stars backstage and onstage at the Nederlander Theatre where the exciting new musical is thrilling audiences eight times a week.
Ali Ewoldt will lead Broadway.com's new vlog, which will follow Ewoldt and her co-stars backstage and onstage at the Majestic Theatre where the longest-running Broadway musical makes magic eight times a week.