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  • Choreographer Camille A. Brown makes a mark with new show ‘Ink’

    Camille A. Brown might be small in stature, but she’s big in talent. Handling choreography for NBC’s Jesus Christ Superstar Live, Broadway hit Once On This Island and more, this native New Yorker is making a name for herself both on stage and on TV. Now, she’s back home with her a show of her own. Oji caught up with Brown, who’s got all the right moves. You can catch her show Ink at the Joyce Theater now through Sunday, […]

  • Meet the new Evan Hansen: Long Island teen Andrew Barth Feldman talks Broadway debut

    Broadway has found its newest Evan Hansen and he hails from Long island. Andrew Barth Feldman, who makes his Broadway debut Wednesday night, is the first teenager to step into the lead role of the Tony Award-winning play Dear Evan Hansen. Oji Obiekwe got a chance to sit down with this talented young actor to talk about this life-changing experience, and why people will be remembering Feldman’s name for years to come. Dear Evan Hansen is playing at the Music […]

  • A Swinging ‘Birdland’ Christmas

    NEW YORK—Birdland is one of the most iconic clubs in New York City. And their show “A Swinging Birdland Christmas”  is opening for the ninth year in a row. We sat down with the show’s stars to talk about this fun tradition and got a sneak peek at a favorite holiday song.

  • Bringing ‘Stan & Ollie’ to life

    NEW YORK — They’re the original triple treats — Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. “Stan & Ollie” tell us the story of the world’s greatest double act in a way we’ve never seen. Oji chats with Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly and how they were able to bring these two icons to life in the big screen.

  • Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano on Broadway

    NEW YORK — Sparks Fly in a new adaptation of “True West.” We talk with Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano about taking on the roles of two brothers in this Sam Shepard classic. “True West” starts previews December 27th at The American Airlines Theatre.

  • Aaron Sorkin, Jeff Daniels on Broadway adaptation of `To Kill A Mockingbird`

    Academy Award-winning writer Aaron Sorkin and the “To Kill A Mockingbird” cast, including Emmy winner Jeff Daniels, discuss bringing the classic novel to Broadway. “To Kill A Mockingbird” opens Thursday. Click here for showtimes and tickets.

  • ‘Network’ comes to Broadway, with Bryan Cranston as ‘mad as hell’ anchorman Howard Beale

    “I’m as mad as hell and I’m not going to take this anymore!” “It’s a battle cry of sorts,” said actor Bryan Cranston, stepping into the iconic role of Howard Beale, the mad anchorman at the heart of the 1976 TV-news satire “Network,” a role that brought actor Peter Finch a posthumous Oscar the next year. The iconic  film is not only relevant today, it is prophetic in our age of “fake news” and deciphering fact from fiction. “You know, […]

  • Midterm Elections: NYC Voter Registration

    NEW YORK—Making your voice heard is one of the most important things that we do as Americans. And as Board of Elections Executive Director, Michael Ryan, says, the time to register is now. “The deadline is October the 12th and it is a hard and fast unforgiving deadline. So they can simply fill out a voter registration form, provide that to us. As long as it’s clocked in before the close of business on the 12th, we’ll make sure that you […]

  • Midterm Elections: Balance of Power

    NEW YORK—It may be one of the most consequential midterm election in decades. With the balance of power in the hands of the voters in both state and national races. it will come down to party strategy and voters getting to the polls. New Yorkers may think their state is the most progressive in the country, but that title was relinquished when the republicans took control of the state senate. The 2018 midterm election can change all that. “I think we […]

  • Kerry Washington back on Broadway in “American Son”; Oji talks to the cast

    Manhattan—Some big star power is coming to Broadway, both on stage and behind the scenes. Kerry Washington, also known as Olivia Pope, returns in a new play “American Son.” And the woman behind “Scandal” is coming with her. Shonda Rhimes is just signed on as one of the show’s A-list producers. Jada Pinkett Smith and Gabrielle Union have also signed on. The play addresses issues about race in America and what happens when an estranged, interracial couple look for answers […]

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