Review of “Christmas spectacular starring the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall”

January 1, 2017
By Leonard Golubchic, LaborPress Entertainment Editor

Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular - The Greatest Show On Earth

New York, NY - The “Christmas Spectacular; starring the Rockettes”  opened at Radio City Music Hall on November 11  2016 and runs until January 2, 2017. This is a show for children of all ages from 5 to 95.

Lights, Camera, and Action at Radio City Music Hall

January 1, 2017
By Silver Krieger

New York, NY – Marty Fuller, Head Electrician at Radio City Music Hall, is the man who coordinates everything that involves lighting at its world-famous shows.

Radio City: What It Takes to Run America’s Spectacular Showplace

January 1, 2017
By Steven Wishnia

New York, NY - Putting on Radio City’s annual Christmas Spectacular takes an incredible amount of work. “America’s #1 Holiday Show,” which opened Nov. 11 and will run through Jan. 2, has a cast of 150, including singers, musicians, and the Radio City Rockettes, and a stage crew of more than 250 workers.

Review Of Natasha Pierre And The Great Comet of 1812

December 28, 2016 
By Dr. Leonard Golubchck, LaborPress Entertainment Editor

New York, NY - “Natasha. Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812” Stars pop idolr Josh Groban in his Broadway Debut in the lead  and Denee Benton as the love interest in her Broadway debut. Dave Molloy wrote the show music and lyrics and fills in from time to time for the lead Mr. Groban.

NY Productions Nominated For Golden Globes

December 17, 2016
By Stephanie West

New York, NY - Seven New York-based productions have earned 16 nominations for the 2017 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards.

Review of “ A Bronx Tale”

December 6, 2016  
By Leonard Golubchck, LaborPress Entertainment Editor

Worthy Of A Bronx Cheer,  A Bronx Tale takes off to entertain all

“A Bronx Tale” is based upon the story of Chazz Palminteri’s who wrote the book and was adopted from the one man show and from the movie starring Robert De Niro.and Mr. Palminteri.

Canadian Performers Union Backs Video-Game Strike

December 2, 2016  
By Steven Wishnia and Neal Tepel

Toronto, CA - The Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists, Canada’s leading performers’ union, has endorsed SAG-AFTRA’s strike against video-game companies.

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