Adele Soars With NBC Special


Adele Laurie Blue Adkins continues to break records, turning everything she touches into gold. The 27 year old singer from the Tottenham neighborhood of London has not only sold over 30 million copies of her sophomore album, “21”, but she has also already sold over 3 million copies of her brand new album “25” in only 3 weeks. The lead single from the album, “Hello” debuted at N0.1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart and has remained there for four weeks. Her much-anticipated ‘Live In New York City’ one-night special, taped

It’s crazy to think five years ago, the boys of One Direction were complete strangers. Having auditioned for the X Factor U.K. as solo artists—Harry, Liam, Louis, Niall, and Zayn were cut prior to judges’ houses. However, far too talented, the judges threw the boys a lifeline and offered them a spot in the Groups category. If you’re looking to feel a bit nostalgic, here’s their very first performance as a group. Five years later, with over 61 million records sold worldwide and countless #1 hit singles, One Direction is

Last night, Daddy Long Legs, an off-Broadway musical, made theater history by live streaming  its entire performance. The musical itself is a very sweet little show based on a novel from 1912. Like the book, the musical is told in letters that Jerusha (the main character) writes to a man she calls “Daddy Long Legs”. Daddy Long Legs is a trustee of the orphanage in which Jerusha has grown up. He decided to pay for her way through college after seeing her academic work and speaking with her teachers. His

Based on the book Thérèse Raquin by Emile Zola, Roundabout Theater’s stage production, starring Kiera Knightly, is not quite as good as it could have been. The basic plot line of Thérèse Raquin is enthralling. Therese Raquin is a young woman born to a seafaring father and Algerian chieftain’s daughter, but raised by her father’s prim sister alongside a sickly boy cousin. She is made to marry him when she turns 21, and it is a loveless, stifling marriage. Thérèse yearns to be free. Thérèse, her husband-cousin, Camille, and her aunt, move from their small French

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