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AFL-CIO Praises Prince’s Legacy

April 27, 2016
By Steven Wishnia and Neal Tepel 

Washington, DC - Prince, who died April 21, “was one of a handful of artists who helped shape a future where musicians, working people, get the fruits of their labor,” the AFL-CIO said in a statement April 22.

NBA All-Star Game Leaving Charlotte Over Discriminatory Law The Right Thing To Do

April 25, 2016
By Doug Cunningham 
Workers Independent News

Charlotte, NC - [Mitch Lawrence]: “Well, first Bruce Springsteen cancelled a concert in North Carolina to protest that state passing anti-discrimination-protection for the LGBT community.  And now another boss with an equally powerful voice is also speaking up. 

Review of “ The Father” at the Samuel. Friedman Theater


April 19, 2016
By Dr. Leonard Golubchck, LaborPress Entertainment Editor 

New York, NY - The Father a portrait of a man losing his mind starring Frank Langella and written by Florian Zeller. If you want to see one of our world’s greatest actors in a landmark performance this show is a must see.

 Review of “Cagney the Musical” at the Westside Theater Upstairs,

April 14, 2016
By Dr. Leonard Golubchck, LaborPress Entertainment Editor

New York, NY - Cagney the Musical follows the career of the venerable star, James Cagney, from his song and dance days in vaudeville to his academy award winning portrayal of George M Cohan in Yankee Doodle Dandy. On Utube you can see a marvelous tap dance routine with Bob Hope who plays Eddie Foy.

Review of “ The Robber Bridegroom”

April 6, 2016
By Dr. Leonard Golubchck, LaborPress Entertainment Editor

New York, NY - The Robber Bridegroom is a revised prosecution based upon the 1975 Broadway musical. The Bluegrass score is delightful and brings joy to all.

Review of “ The Crucible” at the Walter Kerr Theater,

April 5, 2016
By Dr. Leonard Golubchck, LaborPress Entertainment Editor 

New York, NY - This is a revival of Arthur Miller’s classic play 1953 “the Crucible” which details the Harlem Witch Trials but is a metaphor for Senator McCarthy’s Committee of Un-American Activities which was looking for communists under every bed in 1950’s America. This is Miller’s anthem to herald the importance of free speech and uphold the First Amendment rights of Americans.

Review of “ Bright Star” at the Cort Theater

March 31, 2016
By Dr. Leonard Golubchck, LaborPress Entertainment Editor

New York, NY - Bright Star is a new musical featuring Bluegrass Music with book and lyrics by Steve Martin and music and lyrics by Edie Brickell. The show moves quickly under the creative direction of Walter Bobbie. The lead first time on Broadway) is Carmen Cusack who provides us with a charismatic and energetic performance. Her love interest is Paul Alexander Nolan a more than adequate performance as Jimmy Ray Dobbs.

Review of “ She Loves Me” at the Roundabout Theater

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

New York, NY - The Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick revival of “She Loves Me” is an intimate, stellar and warmhearted theatrical presentation which is brought to life by the creators of “Fiddler On the Roof”.  This is a musical gem which guarantees that you will love this show.

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