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  • World famous violinist hits high notes in the classroom

    NEW YORK—You may not think you know Joshua Bell, but, you certainly know his music. From movie soundtracks, to his Grammy-winning recordings, and directing the Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields. “I grew up listening to so many of their records and made my first recording with them when I was 18 yrs old. And now here I am as the music director,” Bell exclaimed. The orchestra was created in 1958 , and, he is the only person to […]

  • Actress Carey Mulligan talks “Girls and Boys” Off Broadway show

    Carey Mulligan’s latest project has her, once again, mastering the New York stage. This time, it’s Off Broadway in a  one woman show. We spoke with the actress ahead of tonight’s opening of “Girls and Boys”. “Girls and Boys” opens tonight at the Minetta Lane Theater. Audible, which is one of the show’s producers, will also record and release the performance as an audio play to reach millions of listeners around the world.  

  • Hear from the stars of ‘My Fair Lady,’ up for 10 Tony Awards

    It is a classic and now My Fair Lady is back again for a whole new generation to experience. The Lincoln Center Theater production is nominated for 10 Tony Awards. Oji talked with two of the nominees, Dame Diana Rigg and Norbert Leo Butz. Both have won before, but are thrilled to be recognized for this show. Oji will be on the Tony’s red carpet at Radio City Music Hall on Sunday night.

  • Actor Tom Hollander back on stage, making audiences laugh in the Tony-nominated “Travesties”

    NEW YORK— Oji sat down with actor Tom Hollander in his dressing room, at the American Airlines Theater, to talk about his latest ventures on stage and screen. You can catch Oji on the Tony Awards Red Carpet this Sunday night with a complete wrap up on Monday morning. For more information on “Travesties” click here.  

  • Idina Menzel returns to the New York stage

    NEW YORK — Broadway actress and voice of Queen Elsa in Disney’s hit “Frozen,” Idina Menzel is returning to the New York stage in the new show, “Skintight.” “Skintight” examines beauty, youth and sex, and no, Menzel will not be singing. Oji sits down with the star to talk about the show, how she would have felt if she was asked to sing at the royal wedding, and the beginning of filming for “Frozen 2.” Catch “Skintight” at the Laura Pels […]

  • The annual GLSEN Respect Awards raise $1M for Safe Schools

    NEW YORK—The GLSEN “Respect Awards” were handed out at Cipriani’s. GLSEN was founded by a small group of teachers in the 1990s and has grown into a national organization that fights bullying and discrimination against LGBTQ youth. The awards are given to individuals who further the cause. This year’s honorees included actress Rosario Dawson, for her support of inclusive schools, and the clothing company Hollister. According to GLSEN, 8 out of 10 LGBTQ students are harassed at school.

  • Ariana DeBose takes on `Summer: The Donna Summer Musical`

    Three women take on the role of Donna Summer in the new musical, “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical.” Each actress plays the music legend at a different point in her career. One of those women, Ariana DeBose, says she went from being a dancer unaware of her hidden vocal talents to performing in hit Broadway plays “Hamilton,” “A Bronx Tale” and now, “Summer.”

  • Actor Andrew Garfield gets Tony nomination for ‘Angels in America’ role

    NEW YORK — The “Great Work” returned to Broadway and now it’s received nearly a dozen Tony nominations. The revival of Tony Kushner’s seminal work, “Angels in America” is set in 1980s New York City during the rise of the AIDS crisis. Actor Andrew Garfield clinched one of the 11 nominations. “Angels in America” burst onto stage in the 90s and premiered on Broadway in 1993. The cast and creative team spoke about why the show still resonates more than […]

  • Denzel Washington returns to Broadway for ‘The Iceman Cometh’

    NEW YORK —Award-winning actor Denzel Washington has returned to Broadway with a star-studded cast. PIX11 chats with Washington and the rest of the cast about the play, what it brings and the revival of Eugene O’Neill’s classic. Catch “The Iceman Cometh” at Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. For tickets, click here.

  • Oscar-winning actress, Glenda Jackson, back on Broadway in “Three Tall Women”

    NEW YORK—”I heard that Glenda Jackson was attached to it and I was like how do I get in the room.” Oscar nominee Laurie Metcalf is one of the dynamic actresses starring in Edward Albee’s Pulitzer Prize winning play. A portrait of his mother in different stages of her life. Not so slippery , her recent return to prime-time in the reboot of “Roseanne.” “It premiered. It did well and hopefully will do some more,” Metcalf commented. Glenda Jackson left […]