Weekly Vids: West Side Story in a Queens Warehouse, a Cut Song From Fiddler, She Loves Me

News   Video Week in Review: West Side Story in a Queens Warehouse, a Cut Song From Fiddler, Disaster! Opens, She Loves Me
Take a look back at a week of video fun.

Carnegie Hall''s production of West Side Story played the Knockdown Center, a 50,000-square-foot former factory located in Maspeth, Queens. Adam Kantor and Alexandra Silber performed as Motel and Tzeitel in a new music video for a cut song from Fiddler on the Roof. Disaster! opened on Broadway and Roundabout Theatre Compnay released highlights from the revival of She Loves Me and "On Stage Across America" took a look at the touring production of Cabaret.

  • Seth Rudetsky and Jack Plotnick’s Disaster! parodies the 1970s disaster movies that enthralled audiences with earthquakes, sinking ships, infernos, killer bees, and a bevy of over-the-top dangers. The show features some of the biggest rock and pop hits of the era including “Knock on Wood,” “Daybreak” and “I Am Woman.” Roger Bart, Kerry Butler, Adam Pascal, Max Crumm, Jennifer Simard, Rachel York, Faith Prince, Kevin Chamberlin, Lacretta Nicole, and Rudetsky star. Plotnick directs.



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