Earl Carpenter who at that point had played Inspector Javert in London’s West End production of Les Misérables, joined the guys from Buddy Holly reloaded in February 2014 as very special guest for a show at the Imperial Theater on the famous Reeperbahn in Hamburg, following his return to Europe after playing Javert in Toronto,…Details
Recently, the five guys from Buddy Holly reloaded were joined by two very special guests on stage of the Imperial Theater on Hamburg’s Reeperbahn: Earl Carpenter, who came over to Germany just after his return from Toronto, where he played “Inspector Javert” and Drew Sarich, who originated and still performs the part of Rocky Balboa…Details
Okay, many of us have fallen in love with Disney’s “Frozen” and its song “Let it go”. Even if you just look at all the different language versions used for the film of that song (check out a mix featuring 25 different official dubbed versions used for the film), quite some talent has recorded versions of the show.Details
Great version of “Let it go” from the soundtrack to Disney’s FROZEN, showcasing the voice talent singing the song in 25 different languages.
Amazing to hear how carefully Elsa’s voice has been cast all over the world, isn’t it?
By Michael A. Levine. I worked for Hans Zimmer for about 8 years, 5 of which were in a studio at Remote Control, his facility in Santa Monica. Since leaving Remote, many people have said to me, usually in a conspiratorial tone of voice, things like this: Hans doesn’t really write his own music. The studios only give him work because he’s famous. He’s not a real musician. He just gets his clients drunk and all the work is done by guys in the back room. And so forth.Details
In this video, hear from five-time Tony®-winning director and choreographer Susan Stroman about the many unique styles of dance in BIG FISH on Broadway, illustrated with show footage and studio footage with the show’s swings. BIG FISH features direction and choreography by 5-time Tony Award® winner Susan Stroman (The Producers, The Scottsboro Boys), music and…Details
The Threepennyopera by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill and its famous “Mack the knife” have been performed and covered by many artists over the last more than 100 years, including Dee Dee Bridgewater, Michael Bublé, Duke Ellington, Nick Cave, Christopher Lee, Frank Sinatra, Sting, Robbie Williams, Brian Setzer and many more, leading to an illustrious list of different musical styles and interpretations.Details
Ira Glass, US-American radio host (“This American Life”), talks about his views on the secret of storytelling and creative work. The point he is making ist that it will take beginners a long time (as in years) to actually deliver good work. If you are not happy with your work, the good news is that your good taste is telling you that you work is maybe trying to be good, but not quite there yet. This should be a reassuring realisation and encourage you to keep going and to improve your work by working more and more. It is this point where many people simply quit but the key to succeeding is to simply keep going and to remind yourself that practically everyone doing interesting creative work has had the very same experience.Details