Review: Broadway's Neil Diamond show isn't so good, so good
There are some interesting cocktails on offer at "The Neil Diamond Musical: A Beautiful Noise” on Broadway and it might not be such a bad idea to order a Sweet Clementine or a Cracklin' Rosé before you get to your seat. The show that opened Sunday at the Broadhurst Theatre is quite a depressing trip through Diamond's life, offering a respectful and, yes, fully authorized portrait that's unnecessarily boastful — “40 top 40 hits;120 million albums sold,” we're told — as well as positively cringey. The conceit is that an older Diamond is reluctantly undergoing therapy to figure out why he's such a sad sack.news.yahoo.com
Tickets on sale now for Broadway In Austin’s “Ain’t Too Proud”
The musical “Ain’t Too Proud — The Life and Times of the Temptations” will have its Austin premiere as part of the the Texas Performing Arts 2022-2023 Broadway in Austin season.[San Marcos, TX] [Hays County news] Features San Marcos News, San Marcos Record [Texas State]sanmarcosrecord.com
Friday marks final day for early voting
Friday marks the final day of early voting for the Nov. 8 election.San Marcos voters can cast their ballots at one of 14 early voting locations around Hays County.[San Marcos, TX] [Hays County news] News San Marcos News, San Marcos Record [Texas State]sanmarcosrecord.com
Tickets for ‘Pretty Woman’ on sale at Texas Performing Arts
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Broadway staple named as restaurant where Texas Game Wardens seized more than $25,000 in shark fins
A report obtained by KSAT Investigates has finally revealed the name of the San Antonio establishment at the center of a Texas Game Wardens shark fin investigation last spring as Broadway staple Van’s Restaurant.
Local church issues apology for ‘Hamilton’ performance.
A local church that has drawn the ire of Broadway fans throughout the country for its portrayal of the popular show “Hamilton” has issued an apology. The performance was followed by a 15-minute sermon that compared being gay to having an addiction. News of the show reached the Hamilton creator who tweeted, “Grateful to all of you who reached out about this illegal, unauthorized production. Now lawyers do their work.”In Tuesday’s statement, the church admitted to not asking for or receiving permission to produce the show. “We respect the copyrights of Hamilton’s author and contributors,” the statement read.myrgv.com
City parks Broadway plan as TxDOT holds firm on keeping existing lanes
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City tweaks Broadway plan in hopes of a green light from the state
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'A Strange Loop’ makes history at Tonys; ‘Company’ wins 5
“A Strange Loop,” an irreverent, sexually frank work about Blackness and queerness took home the best new musical crown at the Tony Awards on Sunday, as voters celebrated Broadway’s most racially diverse season by choosing an envelope-pushing Black voice.
‘We need public outrage about this’: San Antonio cyclists unhappy with vote that eliminated bike lanes on Broadway
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State throws spike strip in front of City of San Antonio’s plans to reduce lanes on lower Broadway
The members of the Texas Transportation Commission, which oversees TxDOT, voted Thursday to stop a long-planned hand-off of a 2.2 mile section of State Loop 368 between Burr Road and I-35, which overlaps with Broadway Avenue.