Yank! A WWII Love Story, a musical that just opened at The York Theatre Company, was the excellent second installment of our Gay-playapooloza series. The musical has been in the works for a while, premiering in 2005 at the New York Musical Theatre Festival followed by a production in Brooklyn in 2007 and a San [...]
The Tigers started a stretch of games against the Polar Bears with a 6-1 win. I’m glad we bounced back so decisively from our lose last week to the Sled Dogs. Scoring was nicely spread around last night as well, which is always good to see. I was pleased with my game last night. While [...]
Madonna always features great choreography in her videos and stage shows. Nothing drew me in though like the roller skating extravaganza that was the “Music Inferno” performance from 2006′s Confession’s Tour. It’s simply sublime and, I think, a great way to wrap up 28 days of great dancing! Enjoy. Tomorrow the count down to the [...]
For the last two days of 28 Days of Dance we’re lacing up the skates! Meryl Davis & Charlie White were fantastic at the Vancouver Olympics, winning the silver medal in the ice dancing competition. Among the three performances they gave was one to Indian folk music. Here’s a look at the extraordinary Bollywood performance [...]
It started as rain yesterday and took along time to turn over to snow during the day yesterday. Last night the snow in Manhattan wasn’t that impressive (at least by my standards), but over night and into today it has been a good ol’ snow storm! Here are some images from around town (click on [...]
If I could travel back in time (using a Delorean, the Tardis or a Stargate, whichever is handy) I would totally go see this.
When In The Heights premiered on Broadway on Valentine’s Day 2008 it brought a fresh, young vibe to Broadway. It also brought some hot choreography from Andy Blankenbuehler, who won a Tony Award for his efforts. Here’s a clip from “The Club” number that shows off his skills. You’ll note a similarity in theme here [...]