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On this one, I illustrated a version of the neon sign at the club and hand-lettered the titles, and I edited the videoed messages from Birdland regulars to create a cohesive, fun, uplifting shout out to Birdland audiences. So I chose a show or theme to represent on each of the twelve days leading up to the big day. Yvonne DeCarlo as Carlotta Campion sang this paean to perseverance which offered a glimpse into pop culture and socio-politics of the early part of the twentieth century.
Broadway Baby. The Glamorous Life. Little Dream from The Birdcage Young Ella, played by Charmian Carr, who has been held since childhood by a nocturnal society in a department store grasps onto her memories of the outside world through the language of her familiar surroundings. Into the Woods Taking several well-known fairy tales and inspired by breakdowns by Bruno Bettelheim, Sondheim and James Lapine create a masterfully woven tapestry of familiar characters that come together and ultimately unravel, leaving crumbs of wisdom along the path.
No One Is Alone. The Baker Chip Zien , Jack Ben Wright , Cinderella Kim Crosby , and Little Red Danielle Ferland grapple with loss and finding new connections. Children Will Listen. Anyone Can Whistle This "a satire on conformity and the insanity of the so-called sane" ran only nine performances, but has given us a thrilling score and so many gems.
A Parade in Town. Mayor Cora Hoover Hoople Angela Lansbury , sees the party going on without her as her cherished yet coerced limelight has been stolen. Bowden Hapgood Harry Guardino lays out his bold and idealistic thoughts on life.
Someone in a Tree. Likely my favorite Sondheim song and, at least at one time, Mr. Passing time on a long journey two men trade poems about their true love: Kayama Isao Sato and his wife, Manjiro Sab Shimono and America. Sweeney Todd This epic grand guignol of a tale packs a whirlwind of revenge and reckoning for power abuse around a memory of a love story in industrial Victorian London.
My Friends. Now reunited with his precious razors, barber Benjamin Barker, now Sweeney Todd, will get revenge on those who have wronged him and his family. A Little Priest. In a sprightly dance of lyrical wordplay, Sondheim leads Todd and Mrs.
Lovett Angela Lansbury through the possibilities of who fills the meat pies. Loving You. Fosca the wonderful Donna Murphy exposes her soul and the laser-focused desires at the core of her being. Clara and Giorgio the amazing Marin Mazzie and Jere Shea open the story in an earth-shaking dalliance. A Sondheim sampler. Thoughts from across the canon. Invocation and Instructions to the Audience from The Frogs. Dionysus Larry Blyden fills the audience in on what is to come.
Do I Hear a Waltz from Do I Hear a Waltz. Leona Samish Elizabeth Allen hears music in Venice. Pretty Little Picture from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. So the hope of songs that come later in the show are tinged with the knowledge of what we already know happens.
Our Time. We find three new friends — Frank Jim Walton , Charley Lonny Price , and Mary Ann Morrison — on a NYC rooftop seeing Sputnik race across the sky.
Now You Know. Facing crumbling hopes, realist Mary lays out the truth. The revival recasts Bobby as Bobbie, flipping the gender and focus of this legendary Broadway tale. Getting Married Today In the revival, Amy has now become Jamie Matt Doyle marrying Paul Etai Benson. Being Alive. Sunday in the Park with George Perhaps my favorite Sondheim show because of its connection of visual arts with the performing arts as well as the need of artists to create.
Act one follows a fictionalized version of French pointillist painter Georges Seurat and his drive to create something new.
Act Two finds his great-grandson struggling with the same thing. Move On. Sondheim with his Blackwing pencil and yellow pad emerge from a cavalcade of words he has brought to us over the years. Prologue from Into the Woods. Finishing the Hat from Sunday in the Park with George. As I said, there are so many gems in this show, and this is one of my favorites. The Ladies Who Lunch from Company. Speaking of hats, Elaine Stritch as Joanne sunk her teeth into this acidic musing. Patti LuPone in the revival knocks it out of the park too.
And thank you all so much for joining me on this journey! You can see my choices at the here. I used a specific set of criteria for that list, but I could tell stories about nearly all of my illustrations. Bernadette Peters and Elaine Stritch had replaced Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury in this beautiful revival, and Broadway.
It was the very first show I attended on complimentary press tickets, something that is admittedly a wonderful perk of covering the theatre for a publication. As Ms. I was assigned to draw this astounding show when the wonderful Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley joined the cast.
After this sketch posted, Marin and Jason bought a print for their collection. As the lights dimmed, two seats next to me were filled by a couple just on time. It was Jason and Marin who had just come from their evening show. Friendships like this are treasures. This revival of the wonderful Mamet play starred Patrick Stewart and T. After I had attended the show, I was deciding what I wanted to include in the sketch. I latched onto the idea of representing a sequence that found the actors in a lifeboat.
I e-mailed her to ask what Mr. Stewart wore on his feet in the scene. She sent me a copy of that page of her official costume plot. It was a lesson in the synergy in this collaborative art form as well as the generosity of friends.
Black socks. He wore black socks. I am still thanking the universe that I got to see this show. What a team! What a cast! What a sobering subject matter. This was one of the first pieces that I drew for Broadway. After my official assignment, I returned to this production a few times, bringing friends along. I have to admit, however, that sometimes, when the schedule is packed, I can get a bit lazy. But my dear friend Lisa who has joined me at many weighty play-going experiences told me that this was among her favorite plays.
It spurred me to lean into my homework. I learned a lot about it, and it definitely resulted in a better illustration than I would have done originally. Also, she did ask me to include the turtle. Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo However, when wonderful NYC-based Arian Moayed and show family bought prints, I found myself at the Richard Rodgers Theatre making a delivery. I stammered an affirmation. Thank you. My heart exploded a little. Jesus Christ Superstar , Nice Work if You Can Get It A dear friend named Johnny passed away in March of He took his own life.
The day that news made it to NYC, I had already made plans to get together with my friend Lisa of aforementioned Arcadia anecdote and mutual pal Sully for St. Before the meet-up, I was scheduled to attend the revival of Jesus Christ Superstar. I had seen Johnny in two productions of Jesus Christ Superstar , once as Jesus and another time as Judas.
Honestly, this show was the last thing I wanted to see at this moment. I was having a rough evening, but I opened myself to the experience.
You can see my illustration here. I walked down 8th Avenue after and was given the message that Sully was hanging at the Imperial Theatre where he and his fellow Nice Work If You Can Get It family had just started tech rehearsals, and he invited us up.
We sat there for a substantial amount of time as flies on the wall as a few of the funniest people on Broadway decompressed after a long rehearsal day. Tales of early tech mishaps. Impressions of the drunk bridge and tunnel St. We laughed. Through occasional tears.
It was thoroughly unexpected and totally cathartic. It was exactly what we needed at the moment. Lisa and I then went to Joe Allen and ate and drank Irish stuff with Sully. And the pain of the day was cushioned by the love of friends and the collaborative embrace of our artistic community. One of the joys of living in NYC is seeing dear long-time friends finding success in this wacky city. My pally E is one amazing example.
I cried happy tears. Needless to say, I put a lot of pressure on myself to capture the moment as I was assigned in my official duties. I think this met the mark in many ways. So proud of my friend. This is another example of watching a friend anchor a new show in NYC. I was first assigned to cover Fun Home in its run at the Public Theater. Flash forward to covering the show on Broadway at the Circle in the Square and the chance to join Beth and her wife Shelley at their Tony Award night party.
Oh boy. The Last Ship , Beautiful The Last Ship is another show that my pally E opened on Broadway. The timing worked out so that when Mom, Aunt Sandi, and my grandma were in town seeing me flail about in Can-Can at the Paper Mill Playhouse, Mom was able to be my plus-one on my press tickets at The Last Ship. He had just returned from a vacation so he was entrenched in a conversation with the musical director and unavailable, but Mom said she was happy just breathing the same air as him.
So I think we all won. I must admit that my own illustration workload kept me from completing all of my class assignments, but Steve asked if we could use one of my work assignments as a class assignment.
This was great! The timing worked out to tackle The Father , starring Frank Langella a role which later earned him a Tony. Although I had a relatively quick turnaround on the deadline, I bounced everything off of Steve, and he helped me shape it. Throw a lot of ideas out there. Sometimes, the logistics of getting in to see a show and then accurately depict it on schedule is tricky. For this epic show, press tickets were hard to come by and the show was in flux a bit. My team bought me a ticket to attend so we could cover it well, but as the wonderful Audra McDonald was out the performance I attended, I saw her wonderful understudy Darlesia Cearcy.
I checked in with the press team because a stipulation of my assignment was to feature Audra, and I wanted to represent her well. I adjusted, and I gave a bit of an abstract angle to some costuming.
We made it work. Every year, April brings quite the whirlwind of Broadway shows opening. Just typing that feels icky. In this case, I found myself in the Vivian Beaumont Theatre.
I had honestly not learned a whole lot about Oslo , so I got the theater a little early to be sure I was able to read the Playbill. It was going to be over three hours? Oh heavens.
Ah geeeez! I just had to hunker down. The play started, and as has happily been the case with many a show over my tenure, I was swept away. The storytelling was just SO good! The cast was stellar! The time flew by. It was just a kick in my pants to be open and actively grateful for the blessing of getting to experience the work of so many wonderful artists and to have the chance of celebrating it. Tensions were high at the beginning of the Trump presidency. Well, they still are, but the feeling was somewhat new in The Public Theater had presented Julius Caesar earlier in the summer in which Caesar was a Trump lookalike as other productions had featured other presidents over the years and security was heightened because of protest threats.
I was so anxious when attending that one. The fairies were all played by adorable folks of advanced age who were choreographed in whimsical dances by Chase Brock. It was the antidote to the earlier angsty experience and i think my joy in seeing it made its way to my sketch.
In artsy composition speak, I separated the mortal world and the supernatural by playing with positive and negative space and by using varied color palettes. I am never late for curtain. When I moved to NYC, I spent good money on a ticket to see Book of Mormon and noted the start time incorrectly. It was a 7pm show on a Thursday evening. Right around then I was finishing up work at the desk, a 45 minute commute away.
That was a painful lesson. Since then, I double and triple check start times. On the night I was seeing Prince of Broadway on assignment, my friend Lisa and I were grabbing sushi at Kodama a couple blocks away from the theater.
About five after 7pm, I casually revisited the ticket confirmation email. My heart dropped into my shoes. We were late. Lisa was great and settled up, got my food to go, and would join me at intermission.
I raced over to the theater and watched the first half on the lobby monitors. Thankfully Prince of Broadway was a very episodic revue of sorts and I needed to pick just one character each actor portrayed to include in the sketch and I had plenty to choose from.
Another lesson learned. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child To be totally honest, I was allowed the benefit of seeing this epic show in advance of my official press tickets to see it. From the time I saw the show and drew it to the moment I was released to draw it for my Broadway. In the grand effort to keepthesecrets, I was informed that I could only feature certain characters in my sketch. I had jumped the gun. Thankfully I often work in layers, so I was able to easily adjust my illustration before press time and replace various characters with house banners and magical swirls.
Side note: When I was assigned to draw the American replacement cast, I was given a new, broader list of characters I was allowed to feature. There are a few traditions in the Broadway theater realm that honor the passing of legends.
Dimming of theater marquee lights, etc. When Elaine Stritch died, Broadway. I was thrilled to tip my hat to her using various theaters she had played. An honor. The day Marin passed, I got an email asking me to pay tribute. This was the result. We will always think of Marin when we see sunflowers. My calling is to celebrate the creations and the creators in this collaborative art form. This calling comes with all the strings attached that life itself has.
And I feel grateful to be here. Thank you for seeing me and what I celebrate. Special shout-out to the immense puppets created by James Ortiz. I was honored to be invited by Lear to attend dress rehearsal. What a moving experience! It was so much to take in and I hope this doodle captures just a bit of the joy.
Midtown, West Village, Manila. The sketch features Kyle McArthur, Kate Baldwin, Bryce Pinkham, Tom Sesma, Salena Qureshi, Julia Abueva, Jake Levy, and Nathaniel Stampley. To celebrate the closing of the Greenwich House Theatre run of the astounding improv rap troupe Freestyle Love Supreme , their production company enlisted me to draw this.
When I was able to attend, Lin was the guest emcee and Stephen Sondheim was sitting less than ten feet from me. The show was amazing. The bonus was watching Mr. S have such a great time as well. The current international tour of The Phantom of the Opera just opened in Manila, The Philippines. Meghan Picerno Christine Daae wanted to give an opening night gift to her Phantom, South African star Jonathan Roxmouth.
Here it is. At one milestone point in their careers they signed a contract with Theatre Guild. Since they would be taking a significant cut in pay to create great art, they made two key stipulations. First, they would only star in plays together. Second, they would have summers off to spend at Alfred's childhood home in Genesee Depot, Wisconsin: Ten Chimneys.
In , I began a collaboration with the Ten Chimneys Foundation on an exhibit of illustrations featuring Alfred and Lynn. The exhibit would cover two facets of this couple's extraordinary life: some of their key credits on Broadway and their lives at Ten Chimneys. The exhibit was displayed at the Lunt-Fontanne Program Center for their touring season. Dulcy at The Frazee Theatre, ; Clarence at The Hudson Theatre, This piece features Lynn and Alfred in their individual breakout performances.
The Frazee Theatre once stood on West 42nd Street. In the photo at left below, it was in the space to the right of the Empire AMC movie theatre which was previously called the Eltinge Theatre, named for the top female impersonator of his day and during Times Square development was actually picked up and moved hundreds of feet down the street.
The Frazee was gutted in the for retail space and finally demolished in during the city's new 42nd Street movement. The Hudson Theatre on West 44th Street began as a legitimate theater, then spent many years as a television studio the first location of The Tonight Show and then hotel conference space. It was recently restored and designated the 41st Broadway theater, ironically also the oldest Broadway theater since it originally opened just weeks before the Lyceum and the New Amsterdam.
The Guardsman at The Garrick Theatre, It was demolished in The Guild Theatre is now called the August Wilson Theatre and stands on 52nd Street, now the home of Mean Girls. Taming of the Shrew at The Guild Theatre, The Shubert Theatre, prime showcase of the Shubert organization and anchor to Shubert Alley at 44th Street, is currently home to To Kill A Mockingbird. Amphytrion 38 at The Shubert Theatre, There Shall Be No Night at The Alvin Theatre, A young Montgomery Clift joined the Lunts in this play.
The Alvin is now The Neil Simon Theatre and is home to The Cher Show. O Mistress Mine at The Empire Theatre, The Empire Theatre once stood on Broadway between 40th and 41st Streets. The Great Sebastians at The ANTA Theatre, The Visit at The Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, AT HOME The foundation polled the docents for their favorite stories and locations around the estate.
I did my best to commemorate the stories while featuring a variety of locations and the Lunts at various ages. The folks at Ten Chimneys would name the pieces.
Gracious entertaining. The Lunts loved entertaining. During their summers in Genesee Depot, they hosted their friends from New York. The Lunts' hospitality is legendary. Dedication to craft. The studio is a little barn-like structure beyond the main house and past the garden. Many a dramatic passage was rehearsed and explored in this cozy retreat. Lifelong friendships. There is a snapshot that is featured on the Ten Chimney tours which shows Lynn dying Helen Hayes' hair in the terrace room.
Alfred and Lynn in the garden with Walter, a very protective Toulouse goose. The Lunts were known for their generosity in fostering talent in others. This legacy is carried on in the Ten Chimneys fellowship which takes place each summer.
They also provided work and educational experiences for many Genesee Depot locals. Setting this sketch in the kitchen shows a bit of this, as well as showing Cordon Bleu-certified Alfred pulling some of his cardamom bread out of the oven as assistant Jules works in the background. We show a Christmas gathering in the flirtation room.
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