Latest Gypsy: A Musical Fable Stories
Music by LEONARD BERNSTEIN Lyrics by STEPHEN SONDHEIM Directed by ARTHUR LAURENTS NEW YORK, April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Sony Masterworks proudly announces the upcoming release of the New Broadway Cast Recording of WEST SIDE STORY. The recording will be available nationwide on June 2, 2009.
By Elysa Gardner It wasn't Stephen Sondheim's idea to name the new box set commemorating his career The Story So Far ... "I didn't really think about it," says Sondheim, who at 78 has been writing words and music for more than a half-century.
By Claudia Palma The Covina Performing Arts Center had a stellar opening weekend for its sixth main stage production, "Gypsy." The classical Broadway musical opened Friday, Sept. 5, to a sold- out crowd that continued through the weekend. The production will run until Oct. 12.
By Erica Hansen Deseret News All the brash, sass and great big brassy-belt of Momma Rose is back -- this time in the form of Patti LuPone.
By MICHAEL KUCHWARA By Michael Kuchwara The Associated Press NEW YORK Show buffs can't get enough of "Gypsy" recordings. And now there is another one on the way.
By Barbara Hollenbaugh The debris has been cleared. The stage area is nearly complete. The Pretty Good Theater Company, located on the second floor of the Fayette Building, Uniontown, is ready to stage its first production, Gypsy, Aug. 14-17. This black box theater is the dream of Bill Dreucci.
By Valorie Eversole, Shelbyville Daily Union, Ill. Jul. 29--Stage mothers, beware. Your children's performance careers may not turn out as you expect. One stage mother found that out the hard way in The Little Theatre on the Square's presentation of Gypsy.
By Everett Evans, Houston Chronicle Jul. 17--Broadway's looking back in glory and forward in promise. That's the view from the Great White Way in summer 2008, especially regarding that beleaguered yet beloved art form, the American musical.
By Dixie Reid, The Sacramento Bee, Calif. Jul. 13--The well-traveled Vicki Lewis brings a bit of baggage to her role as Rose, the overbearing stage mother, in the Music Circus production of "Gypsy," opening Tuesday for eight performances.
By Geri Parlin, La Crosse Tribune, Wis. Jul. 13--LA CRESCENT, Minn. -- Gypsy Rose Lee. She may be the most famous stripper who ever lived, and the musical "Gypsy" is her autobiography.
- An imitative word; an onomatopoetic word.