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Wednesday, January 3, 2018

7 Predictions for the Theater in 2018

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7 Predictions for the Theater in 2018
Editorial Staff • Broadway • Jan 1, 2018

You can’t see the future, but if you stop and listen, you can hear which way the wind is blowing. With that in mind, here are seven predictions from TheaterMania about the trends and ideas that will shape the theater in the coming year:

1. More A-List Musicians Will Play Broadway
Bruce Springsteen is changing the game at the Walter Kerr Theatre. While numerous high-profile musicians have created “theatri-concerts” for the Broadway stage — a list that ranges from the likes of Bette Midler to Duran Duran — Springsteen’s solo show, complete with dark, brooding monologues about his life and new acoustic takes on his extensive song catalogue, plays more like Billy Crystal’s introspective 700 Sundays than a career retrospective highlighting his greatest hits. Read More

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Monday, June 25, 2012

MeatLoaf Shows A Reverence For Bette Midler In Upcoming Interview

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Leftover Meatloaf: A Preview of Wednesday’s Full Interview
POSTED BY JOSH GROSS ON MON, JUN 25, 2012 AT 2:54 PM

In Boise Weekly‘s Wednesday, June 27, issue, we will have a story on an artist who is oftentimes accused of being more of a ham: Meatloaf.

In a blunt move, we asked Mr. Loaf if he thought he was still relevant as an artist. His answer was pretty amazing.

“There’s nobody out there that’s a driving creative force out there right now,” he said. “There’s no Elvis, no Rolling Stones, no Beatles, no Springsteen—well, he’s still around, but there’s no relevance to Springsteen. Most young people don’t like him, and he used to be untouchable. There’s nobody with any relevance out there. It’s not their fault, they’ve become cereal boxes. It’s the state of the world. The real relevance is in the rap world. They have more impact than rock stars.” Read More

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