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Achey-Breaky Heart

By David Jacobs | November 13th, 2012

This week, hit music group Mumford and Sons revealed that tickets for their highly anticipated East Coast leg of their tour. This weekend the tickets for the tour event will officially be on sale and available to the public. After the highly successful first leg of the tour, fans will not want to wait when trying to see this act live and in person.  While Mumford and Sons tickets for their new tour are announced,  another country singer has made an announcement of his own. This announcement came from singer and celebrity dad Billy Ray Cyrus. Those who are looking to see the multi-talented Billy Ray Cyrus on stage, on the other hand, will not find him on a nation-wide tour, but instead on the Broadway stage.

The country singer, actor and voice behind the hit “Achey-Breaky Heart” and star of “Nashville Star” will be gracing the Broadway stage. The singer announced that he has joined the cast of Broadway’s “Chicago” for a limited time engagement. Cyrus will be taking on the role of lawyer Billy Flynn and will begin his appearances this week. Tickets for the performances which will include Cyrus in his new role, are now on sale and available to the public for purchase. However, the singer will only be making limited appearances in the role so fans will want to act quickly in order to see him in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Forever Dusty and More

By David Jacobs | November 11th, 2012

Beginning over the weekend, the Broadway stage will be enjoying a number of new premiers that will bring fresh and exciting new productions to Broadway. One of the first premiers will be taking place Sunday November 11th, with the new premier of a highly anticipated Broadway preview of the biomusical Forever Dusty. This one-of-a-kind Broadway production focuses around the iconic voice of Dusty Springfield the late pop singer behind “Son of a Preacher Man,” and “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me.” The singer will be at the center of this musical production about the soulful pop singer and will focus around her music and other iconic songs from the 1960s. expect songs from Springfield, Burt Bacharach and Carole King in this fun musical number who will be making its preview debut this week. Tickets are on sale now for the limited preview productions.

While the preview will be taking place for Forever Dusty, there are other productions who will have their official openings this week. On Monday November 12th, the debut of Emotional Creature will take place in New York City; from the mind of playwright and activist Eve Ensler. The show is based on the book of the same name also written by Ensler and the productions will be taking place at Pershing Square Signature Center.  Tickets are on sale now for this production which focuses on the growing pains associated with young girls growing up in different regions of the world.

Country Road

By David Jacobs | November 9th, 2012

This week, country fans were treated to several big announcements in terms of upcoming tours and performances. Country star, Carrie Underwood announced that she would be adding dates to her current Blown Away Tour, that was schedules to wrap up before Christmas of 2012. The country singer will hit the road in 2013 and visit 40 additional cities and provide fans with 100 opportunities to see the star live. The singer announced the official stops and dates for the new leg of her tour which will kick of February 13th. Tickets for the event also came on sale this week, so fans will want to get their seats for her concert experience soon.

Meanwhile another big female country star, also announced tickets would be one sale for her tour this week as well. This announcement came from country crooner Taylor Swift. The singer will be taking the road beginning in 2013 for her “Red Tour” which will feature songs from her new hit album “Red.” Tickets are now on sale but fans will want to act fast as the singer is notorious for quickly selling out some of the biggest venues in the entire world.

Broadway Broadway

By David Jacobs | November 8th, 2012

This week has been a big week in terms of announcements for family-friendly Broadway productions; meaning there are plenty of new opportunities for the whole family to get together and see a show; just in time for the holidays.This week, the world’s most loved little orphan will be making her on stage debut for a new generation of fans as the live production of Annie premiers of Broadway. The 1977 show is getting a new re-boot with a promising and exciting cast, in celebration of the 35th anniversary of the original production. The new highly anticipated performances from Annie will also make an appearance in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The new Annie will be staged at the Palace Theatre on Broadway will premier on November 8th. Tickets to all of the production’s new performances are now on sale and available to the public.

While the debut of this childhood classic has had many fans of Annie and theatre fans alike excited for the new production, another big announcement was made this week regarding another childhood tale. New shows are now being added to the Broadway production of Mary Poppins. Now fans of the beloved Disney tale can see the show eight times a week and get tickets that will best fit their schedule whenever they see fit. The Mary Poppins tickets are available for now through the holiday season so families looking to get in on the holiday fun will want to act fast.

Election Day

By David Jacobs | November 6th, 2012

With Tuesday November 6th being Election Day in the United States, and all eyes turned on politics, the Apple Family of Rhinebeck, NY, reunited for Richard Nelson’s Sorry; a collection of political plays based on an American family. The play opened on election day November 6th for its off-Broadway debut. Tickets are now available to the performances of this production which will run through November 18th and will give fans a chance to see the original cast members from the first two productions of the play.

While Sorry will be reuniting two former casts, another former cast from a hit Broadway production will also be reuniting. The original cast from the hit Starting Here, Starting Now, have just announced that they will be reuniting for a one-night-only presentation of the celebrated Broadway play. The event will be held on December 2nd at the York Theatre at Saint Peter’s and will be a one time chance for fans of the productions to see the original cast back together again in their iconic roles. Tickets are on sale for the evening performance of the play but those who are interested in seeing the performance live will want to act quickly as there will only be one chance for audiences to see this play live.

Weekend Update

By David Jacobs | November 4th, 2012

While the upcoming Christmas season is bringing a number of new special holiday shows, recent events around the country have also resulted in the cancellation of many live entertainment performances. Some of the most notable cancellations in the entertainment world have come as a result of Hurricane Sandy. Broadway sales have been drastically impacted by the hurricane and caused many shows to get record low ticket sales.

One of the biggest cancellations came from the professional sports world. The new Brooklyn Nets, formerly the New Jersey Nets, were forced to cancel their first home game of the season, which was also their official opening of the Barclays Center. This highly anticipated opening was scheduled to be a big moment for the team and the city as they welcomed the new Barclays center into the Brooklyn area. However, the Thursday season opener was cancelled and fans will be able to get tickets to a makeup game later in the season. The NBA of course isn’t the only league canceling games, the NHL recently announced that they have still been unable to reach an agreement and that games throughout the month of November are officially cancelled and that fans will have to wait until at least December to see their favorite teams take the ice.

Jonas Brothers And More

By David Jacobs | November 2nd, 2012

The pop music world received a big announcement when the hit pop trio The Jonas Brothers announced that after their sold out performance at Radio City Music Hall, the band would be doing two performances in Los Angeles. The performances will take place on November 27th and 28th at the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles. The group is notorious for selling out shows quickly and these are scheduled to be their only performances for the rest of 2012 so those looking to get tickets will want to act fast.

The pop group isn’t the only band that is announcing new shows either. Famed country crooner Carrie Underwood has announced 40 new dates to her “Blown Away Tour” which will now extend into 2013. This will be the second leg of her already successful tour and will have the singer on the road into May of 2013. Tickets for these new performances will be on sale beginning this Friday November 2nd and the complete list of new stops on the tour have been announced through the singer’s official website.

Sandy Has NYC On Hold

By David Jacobs | November 1st, 2012

As many have found that the return of the normal Broadway show schedule is still being halted due to the after effects of Hurricane Sandy, others are focusing their attention to the Broadway productions that will be hitting the stage next season, as fans around the country are starting to get a preview of some of the most anticipated plays of the 2013 season. One of these plays is the unique production of I Love Lucy, a play that has been designed to reveal a behind the scenes look at the creation and filming of the beloved television shows put on by Lucille Ball and her husband Desi Arnez. This production, which is currently stationed in Chicago and the Chicago Theatre for two weeks, has many talking about this unique take on the classic television show. Those looking to see the show before it settles in New York next year can catch the production now in Chicago, where tickets are still on sale.

The Show Must Go On While Hurricane Sandy Roars

By David Jacobs | October 30th, 2012

Fans of professional sports, particularly hockey were left with a sour taste in their mouth this week, after the NHL made a very disappointing announcement for fans. After many expected that the NHL would truly return in the beginning of November and with games slated for November 1st, the NHL recently announced that they would be canceling even more games in the season. Currently the entire schedule for the month of November has been cancelled until further notice.

While sports fans may be reeling from this recent, announcement there is plenty in the world of entertainment to keep those around the country entertained until the return of hockey. Unfortunately, for many of those living on the East coast, looking to attend Broadway performances, many of the shows in New York have been cancelled through the 31st of October or until further notice due to the effects of hurricane Sandy and the many without power. However, once Broadway productions do start resuming as normal, fans looking to get into the holiday spirit can enjoy special performances of the live adaptation of “A Christmas Story” for which dates have officially been announced. The production will begin next week on November 5th and run through December 30th of 2012. Tickets are now officially on sale.

Entertainment Weekly

By David Jacobs | October 28th, 2012

Over the weekend , there were several big announcements in the music world in terms of upcoming tours and ticket sales. The first big weekend announcement came from the legendary jam band the Dave Matthews Band,  who revealed they would be heading out on a Winter Tour that will take them to massive stadiums around the country and up close with fans. Tickets for the event are now on sale for the public. Another rock band, Maroon 5, also made their own tour announcement over the weekend, revealing they would be heading out on the road on their own 2013 tour. The band will be joined by Owl City and the Neon Trees in a tour that will take them across North America. The tour will go from February to April and will be the band’s biggest tour to date, tickets will officially be on sale as of October 27th.

While rock fans will have two big concerts to look forward to, a group with a different approach to ‘rock’ music made their own announcement this weekend. The legendary group the Radio City Rockettes officially announced their schedule for the holiday season. This will be the 85th season for the show and will officially begin in New York on 9th. Those who want to see the Rockettes live will be able to see the performance through the holiday season.

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