By Stanford Friedman For the second year in a row, BroadwayCon coincided with a severe storm. But...Read More
Month: January 2017
British born Andy Walmsley designed the West End/Broadway musicals “Buddy, the Buddy Holly Story” and “Blood Brothers”. He created the set for the globally syndicated TV game show “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire”. His set design has been widely seen on “Pop Idol” and “American Idol” for which he won an Emmy, as well as on current TV shows “America’s Got Talent”, “The Biggest Loser”, and “So You Think You Can Dance”.
Here is our interview with Andy Walmsley.Read More
I arrived earlier than planned tho BroadwayCon on Saturday morning,so I snuck into the end of a discussion on cosplay because, really, how could one not? On the dais, a princess, a cat, and a Phantom of the Opera held forth. The audience was full of assorted Schuyler sisters, and various characters from Wicked. The conversation was a rather fascinating mix of gender politics and tips on buying fabric; surely it was the only outlet at BroadwayCon where Goodwill shops and transgenderism were simultaneously getting proper recognition for their merits.Read More
Flocks of theater kids heading west, dressed as Matilda or The Little Mermaid or a Newsie can mean only one thing: BroadwayCon 2017 has arrived. After launching the convention last year, during a blizzard, in the comparatively intimate Hilton Midtown, this year the organizers have gone full throttle, relocating to the Javits Center and offering more than 200 hours of programming with nearly 500 “special guests” spread across three days.Read More
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