Living In The Present

Last year, I had a health scare. I am grateful to be doing okay today, but it made me stop and take stock of my life. I realized that I spent so much time worrying about little things – things that in the long run are not important. I decided that this year I would … Continue Reading

Broadway As Art: Al Hirschfeld

Oh, Broadway, how I love thee! I recently wrote about that I was very excited about the upcoming Tony Awards and rooting for The Color Purple. Well — guess what — we won! The show won the Tony for Best Musical Revival and Cynthia Erivo won for Best Actress in a Musical! It was a … Continue Reading

Curtains Up, Light The Lights

As 2015 comes to a close I am so grateful for many things in my life: my family, my friends, and my good fortune in finding yet another fabulous Broadway show to produce. The Color Purple is both beautiful and meaningful with a powerful message that is really something to behold. Opening night for the … Continue Reading

NYC with The Color Purple

Last week I had the pleasure of attending the preview opening of The Color Purple, the musical I’m currently producing, at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. I love Broadway. Have I mentioned that? I simply love it. The songs, the dancing, the colors, the production of it all – it’s truly life giving.     … Continue Reading

Vintage Broadway

The glitz, the glamor, the lights… they are still alive and well in NYC. We’re days away from previews beginning for The Color Purple on Broadway and spending some time in the Big Apple lead me back here. I was always a fan of Broadway shows & theater growing up. I took in these bright … Continue Reading

The Color Purple on Broadway

As you know, I have a hand or two in Broadway. It was always a passion of mine and now, as I embark on the debut of my 5th musical, I couldn’t be more proud of the work that has been accomplished. The Color Purple makes its return to Broadway next month 2 years after … Continue Reading