Jamie Forshaw Tapped as Executive Producer of MWM Live

Jamie Forshaw Tapped as Executive Producer of MWM Live

The theater veteran most recently served as VP of production for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group. In his new role, he will oversee MWM Live’s slate of stage productions with an emphasis on expanding the division’s work on Broadway.

‘Hadestown’ Tickets Sizzle After Show Wins Eight Tony Awards

‘Hadestown’ Tickets Sizzle After Show Wins Eight Tony Awards

“Hadestown,” the jazz-inflected show that took home eight awards, including best musical, grossed nearly $1.3 million for the week ending this past Sunday, according to industry trade group the Broadway League.

Tony Awards: 'Hadestown' Wins Best Musical, Tops With 8 Wins

Tony Awards: 'Hadestown' Wins Best Musical, Tops With 8 Wins

Heading into the show, Hadestown — which follows the mythical quest of Orpheus to overcome Hades — earned the most nominations, with 14. The musical won a total of eight categories.

Paramount’s ‘Million Dollar Quartet’ brilliantly offers escape paired with poignancy

Paramount’s ‘Million Dollar Quartet’ brilliantly offers escape paired with poignancy

Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins sing, “We ain’t gonna study war no more. We ain’t gonna study war no more. We ain’t gonna study war no more…” The Negro spiritual dating to the Civil War, often called “Down By the Riverside,” rings through Aurora’s magnificent historical edifice, seemingly imploring the immensely flawed world leadership who threaten any hope for peace.

Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter Songs to Anchor New NYC Musical

Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter Songs to Anchor New NYC Musical

Red Roses, Green Gold is set in 1920s Maryland and “tells the fantastical and comedic story of Jackson Jones and his family of swindlers as they gamble their way to love and riches.” Garcia’s collaborations with lyricist Robert Hunter will comprise the bulk of the show’s music, though it will also features contributions from the late guitarist’s Grateful Dead cohorts Phil Lesh, Bob Weir and Mickey Hart, as well as Hunter’s longtime collaborator, Greg Anton.