A panel will review the filmed version of the original broadway hit “Hamilton”. We will also explore the topics of diversity, “color blind casting”, and the use of hip hop in musicals.
BD Wong will be in conversation about his career. Award-winning actor BD Wong is one of America’s most versatile performers. BD has been on screens big and small for the last 20 years, appearing in such hits as Law & Order: SVU, Oz, Gotham, Jurassic Park, and Jurassic World. He received an Emmy nomination for his role as […]
Finding Her Voice: Lorraine Hansberry in the Village Register to receive a link to this performance Lorraine Hansberry, the first African American woman to have a play on Broadway, moved in 1950 to Greenwich Village. Just as her career as a writer began, she was deeply influenced by a radical bohemian downtown […]
A Celebration of Broadway’s Future. Produced and Hosted by John Znidarsic, this virtual concert spotlights some of the most popular composers and lyricists featured at past Bruno Walter Auditorium concerts. Performers will include stars from the worlds of Broadway and Cabaret. FEATURED WRITERS: Ben Caplan, David Kornfeld and Kyle Segar, Joe Kinosian […]
University of Maryland historian Dr. Richard Bell explores the Broadway phenomenon to reveal what this amazing musical gets right and gets wrong about Alexander Hamilton, the American Revolution and the birth of the United States and why it all matters. Registration closes one hour before the start of the program. […]