Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Random Happenings - February 2012

Late night celebrates thirty years of David Letterman. Soul Train creator Don Cornelius puts a bullet through his head. Audiences walk out during the intermission of Look Back in Anger. The Oak Room closes. Jordan Roth saves the day and brings Clybourne Park to Broadway. Joy overtakes New Yorkers as the Giants win the Superbowl. The intersection of Broadway and television occurs with Smash. Mandy Patinkin likes viagra. Surprise, study finds that NYC ranks low for black-Latino-white equality. The Phantom of the Opera has its 10,000th performance. Whitney Houston is laid to rest in NJ. Shatner beams his way to Broadway? Another surprise - study unearths that smoking pot and then driving increases the risk that you will CRASH. The inaugural season of the Signature Theatre in its new Frank Gehry designed space kicks off with Blood Knot, Hurt Village and The Lady from Dubuque. Grammy award winning Adele shows pop singers what real singing is about. I enjoy a wonderful performance of Merrily We Roll Along. One Taymor vs. Spidy producers' dispute settled. And Angelina Jolie's right leg steals the show at the Oscars.

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