Going from the subway to the mainstage is every New York City busker’s dream — or better yet — fantasy. But that path was a reality for the genre-pioneering Too Many Zooz, who went from entertaining passersby in the world’s largest metro system to touring coast-to-coast to a legion of fans.
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Whether you know him from his days as a young stand-up comedian in New York City in the 1970s, as Iago from Disney’s “Aladdin” or even one of his many raunchy sets for celebrity roasts, Gottfried is one of those Hollywood characters who finds a way to stick with you no matter how long he occupies the stage or screen.
One smile and suddenly nobody else will do — you know you’ll never be lonely with the company of A Chorus Line-High School edition at George Mason High School!
“Anything Goes,” presented by Justice High School was a smooth sail, with scheming passengers, showy performances, and sweet love.
It’s mostly kids putting on the show, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t truly entertaining and a great portal into the feel-good glories of the holiday season.
“Disenchanted,” is a hilarious and bawdy romp, but it brings a lot more to the table than just that.
Luckily for Kelsey Waldon, being true to herself has never been an issue, and she’s looking forward to sharing her life’s smooth and jagged edges in Washington, D.C. tomorrow evening.
Comedian Candice Guardino aims to show the hilarity in both sides of her own family experience with her one-woman show/musical, “Italian Bred” playing for one night at the State Theatre this weekend.
And then there’s Piff the Magic Dragon, whose crotchety disposition and homely appearance give him an anything-but-magical vibe…until he proves you wrong.
Part of the connections Rose has made in his decades as an East Coaster were from the friends joining him on stage, who have solo careers of their own.