Bow before the fucking king of musical theater.
You can put stuff in my ask box, but I'm unlikely to answer on the blog. I will probably just put the answer in your ask box. If you really want to have a conversation, I'm always on Twitter.
Hershey Felder, who’s made a career of one-man shows in which he plays a composers, acting & playing the piano as Gershwin, Chopin, etc., tackles Bernstein in his current show, Maestro Leonard Bernstein, which is in Boston this coming week.
The Saturday night performance has been bought out by the New Center for Arts and Culture for a Jewish community night, but they still have tickets available. If you’re a student, send me a message and I can share a discount code with you. (I’d post it, but I wrote it down at my office and I’m not there right now… And no, you don’t have to be Jewish to come on Jewish community night.)
Yesterday I dove deep into Spotify’s Dionne Warwick collection to discover she did an album of showtunes. It’s fantastic. Here’s “One Hand, One Heart” from Dionne Warwick On Stage and At The Movies. You’ll note that I actually bought the MP3 to share with you because I know you don’t all have Spotify and I love each and every one of you. And also I love Dionne.