Tag: Bob Fosse
No matter how many times you hear the familiar “Razzle Dazzle” or see the iconic Bob Fosse “jazz hands,” you can never get enough of Chicago, now playing at the Durham Performing Arts Center. There’s a reason why this 1920s jail-house musical is the #1 longest-running American musical in Broadway history. It’s delicious. It’s decadent…. Read More ›
Football great Eddie George will star as ultra-slick and completely unscrupulous criminal defense attorney Billy Flynn in the razzle-dazzling U.S. Tour of Chicago that will put the roar back in the Roaring Twenties for five divinely decadent performances on May 12-14 at the Durham Performing Arts Center. The 43-year-old Philadelphia, PA native previously played Flynn… Read More ›
Since it first premiered in the early 1970s, Pippin, written by Roger O. Hirson and with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, has been a favorite among audiences, and it’s easy to see why. The story of young Pippin (Kyle Dean Massey), who longs to do something meaningful with his life, even though he’s not… Read More ›
2013 Broadway Revival and tour director Diane Paulus’ bold reimagining of Pippin, playing tonight through Sunday at the Durham Performing Arts Center as part of DPAC‘s SunTrust Broadway Series, is a fantastical blend of dark comedy, song-and-dance, and Cirque Nouveau. Broadway and tour choreographer Chet Walker’s dazzling dance routines, in the style of the 1972… Read More ›
The Durham Performing Arts Center will present the sensational National Tour of the multiple Tony Award®-winning 2013 Broadway Revival of Pippin on May 12-17, as part of its ultra-popular SunTrust Broadway Series. The show features a stellar cast and kinetic choreography in the style of the 1972 Broadway musical’s original director and choreographer, Bob Fosse,… Read More ›
Chicago is one of the shows that causes people to develop the annoying habit of humming or singing the tunes the next day. “He Had It Coming” has been on my lips since we left the theater, but not because the men in the play “had it coming” — rather it’s because the actresses who… Read More ›
Mexican actress Bianca Marroquin has replaced ailing 58-year-old supermodel and actress Christie Brinkley as former showgirl-turned-sexy jazz slayer Roxie Hart, who shoots her boyfriend three times when he tries to dump her and then tries to convince her husband to take the blame, in the national tour of legendary director and choreographer Bob Fosse’s Roaring Twenties musical, “Chicago,” which will play the Durham Performing Arts Center on July 31-Aug. 5.