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Daveed Diggs, Meryl Streep, Over Exploited For Extrapolations
Apple TV + Extrapolations revealed nine stars who will explore climate change and its impact on everyday life in the anthology series. Tony Daveed Diggs winner Meryl Streep, Sienna Miller, Kit Harington, Tahar Rahim, Matthew Rhys, Gemma Chan, David Schwimmer and Adarsh Gourav will star, Variety reports. Scott Z. Burns (Laundromat, an inconvenient truth) will direct as well as executive producers alongside Michael Ellenberg and Lindsey Springer of Media Res, Greg Jacobs and Dorothy Fortenberry.
Celia Rose Gooding and Reneé Rapp will host Halloween Party At New York
BFRJ x BROADWAY BLACK will present The Halloween Party of Accounts at RPM Underground on October 31 at 8 p.m. Hosted by Small jagged pill Tony candidate Celia Rose Gooding and Bad girls alum Reneé Rapp — who recently adventure in the world of television – the event serves as a fundraiser for Broadway for Racial Justice. Attendees are encouraged to showcase their best costumes while DJ Ari Grooves runs the booth. In addition, guests will have the chance to win tickets for David Byrne’s American Utopia, slave game, The Lion King, Fairy cakes, and more. Tickets are on sale here.
Broadway Costume Show Extend Times Square Stay
Times Square signage Showstoppers !, with outfits of Six, Red Mill!, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, The Lion King, and dozens of others, extended its duration until December 5. The exhibit was supposed to be open until October 31, although a water leak forced it to close for two weeks (it reopens on October 20). To benefit the Costume Industry Coalition, a new group advocating for the survival of New York City‘s custom costume industry, Show to stop! Spectacular stage and screen costumes open to the public on August 5th. All proceeds will continue to raise funds for the Costume Industry Coalition Recovery Fund.
Mauricio Martinez and Claybourne Elder featured in PBS ‘ A voice Concerts
Two new episodes of American Pops Orchestra A voice: the songs we share The concert series will debut back-to-back Oct. 29 on PBS stations across the country (check local listings). Country, with music from early mountain traditions to modern country songs, will present Society‘s Clayborne Elder, Travis Howard, Jake Blount, Nic Gareiss and Senora May as well as host Leslie Jordan. American roots, hosted by artist and music producer Sicangu Lakota Hip Hop Frank Waln, will feature On your feet!by Mauricio Martinez, Jacqueline Schwab, Asako Tamura and Amber Merritt. The American Pops Orchestra is conducted by founder and musical director Maestro Luke Frazier. Both episodes are directed by Eric Rosen and produced by Robert Pullen and Nouveau Productions. The concerts will also be available on PBS.org and the PBS video application.
EPIC event will connect arts workers and fans around the world
The 24-Hour Entertainment and Performing Arts Industry Conference, a global online event for anyone working or interested in the entertainment or performing arts industries, will be held on January 10, 2022. EPIC will offer 50 sessions with international industry leaders from many disciplines and will provide opportunities to ask questions and interact with fellow attendees. Built around the pillars of Create, Perform, Design and Produce, the event will host introductory speakers including Broadway director and writer Narda E. Alcorn, dancer Misty Copeland, producer Ken Davenport, host Gareth Hulance, lighting designer Natasha Katz, costume designer Paul Tazewell and Singaporean director Ong Keng Sen. The 50 Sessions curators currently include Wendee Lee Curtis, Sophie Duncan, Matthew Jessner, Cody Renard Richard and Krista Monson. For tickets and more information visit GlobalEpicEvent.com.
More: Check out Anika Noni Rose’s new single “So Much More” below. The track, a tribute to motherhood, poverty and resilience, is inspired by the new Netflix series Housemaid, in which Tony Winner stars alongside Margaret Qualley, Andie MacDowell and Nick Robinson.