The Adirondack Theatre Festival opens its summer season on Friday night with the first Burt Bacharach work for the stage since 1972’s “Promises, Promises,” co-written with Hal David and featuring the hit “I’ll Never Fall In Love Again.”
The 24th season of the Adirondack Theatre Festival will kick-off on with the romantic musical Some Lovers. The show will open at the Charles R. Wood Theater, located at 207 Glen Street in downtown Glens Falls, June 15th-23rd, with a preview on June 14th.
“I wanted the silky feel of the Dionne Warwick records with Burt Bacharach – a smooth groove, but funky.”
We’d played a gig in Washington DC and afterwards two young girls, LaTanya and Darlene, came up to the car and told us it was was the best concert they’d ever seen. They said: “It was like one nation under a groove.” As soon as I heard that, I knew it had to become a song.
When the Gallo Center for the Arts opened in 2007, it was with much fanfare, but also a sizable debt of $14 million. But that’s so $12 million ago. Today, about to close an 11th season that could notch another recording-breaking year in ticket sales, the downtown Modesto performing arts venue has slashed that debt to less than $2 million.
Santino Fontana, John Cariani, Donna Lynne Champlin, More Set for Promises, Promises in Concert | Playbill
Santino Fontana, John Cariani, Donna Lynne Champlin, More Set for Cabaret & Concert News Promises, Promises in Concert Jack Cummings III will direct the evening for the Transport Group. Transport Group has announced initial casting for Promises, Promises, the company’s second musical in this season’s Anne L. Bernstein Concert Series.
Burt and his band have added a second date in Italy this summer. In addition to the previously announced show in Rome on July 25, Burt will be performing at the Teatro degli Arcimboldi in Milan on July 23.
For the most up to date list of shows, visit the On Tour page.
18 mag 2018 – Dopo il già annunciato appuntamento del prossimo 25 luglio al Teatro Romano di Ostia Antica, il pianista…
Burt Bacharach, der lørdag den 12. maj fylder 90 år, kunne hvile på sine laurbær, hvis han ville. I bevidstheden om at hans musik spilles verden over og sikkert bliver spillet mange år endnu. Han blev født i Kansas City tilbage i 1928, og han har dermed en alder, hvor alle kan forstå, hvis han vil slappe af.
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What the World Needs Now Is Love, illustrator Mary Kate McDevitt’s children’s book based on the song by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, has been selected to receive an award in the Children’s Trade category at the 2018 New York Book Show. Organized by the Book Industry Guild of New York and now in its 32nd year, this year’s New York Book Show will take place at Battery Gardens on Oct.11, 2018. For more info, including ticket information, see the link below.
Welcome to the website of the Annual New York Book Show, hosted by the Book Industry Guild of NY, celebrates the design and composition of the printed book!