Monthly Archives: December 2013

N’Kenge presents “Holiday Magic”

N’Kenge presents “Holiday Magic”

MOTOWN star, N’Kenge recently performed a two night show called “Holiday Magic” at The Triad on the Upper West Side.  It featured her MOTOWN co-stars Charl Brown and Jamal Story, as well as two background vocalists: Samantha Blain and Brittany Duck.  The show was chaotic from the start.  A technical problem pushed the start time… Continue Reading

Much Ado About Nothing at The Public Theater

Much Ado About Nothing at The Public Theater

The Public Theater has a branch called “The Mobile Shakespeare Unit” which is designed to give access to everyone included those in our society who are less privileged.  The cast travels to parks, homeless shelters and prisons to put on their production which this season, is MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING; a play about two pairs… Continue Reading

Interview with actress, Natalie Weiss

Interview with actress, Natalie Weiss

Natalie Weiss is a young, sweet, talented musical theatre performer.  She graduated from Penn State and has since left her mark both on the stage and screen.  Natalie has been on Broadway, toured across the country, was a semi-finalist on American Idol and has an incredible social media following.  Before giving too much away, let’s… Continue Reading

Interview with choreographer, Mark Stuart

Interview with choreographer, Mark Stuart

Mark Stuart is the Founder and Executive Artistic Director of Mark Stuart Dance Theatre.  His choreography and performances have been featured in films, commercials, music videos, on Broadway, at Carnegie Hall, and Lincoln Center.  Mark is the recipient of the 2011 BroadwayWorld Award for Choreography for THE WIZ, hailed as “a work of art” which my family… Continue Reading

Interview with actor, Josh Pins

Interview with actor, Josh Pins

Josh Pins is an up and coming actor, singer, and dancer. Josh was most recently seen playing Baby John on the Broadway National Tour of WEST SIDE STORY. The Playbill Collector (TPC): At what age did you decide acting was what you wanted to do as a career? Josh Pins (JP): It’s something that has… Continue Reading