It may be sacrilegious to say it, but here it goes: The Broadway version of "Let It Go" is better than the movie version. Just listen to this song from Broadway actor Caissie Levy, who plays Elsa in the Broadway production of Frozen. It's somehow even more chilling and impressive than the original song that captured the world's heart in 2013. Frozen is currently running on Broadway and has received multiple Tony Award nominations, including one for Best Musical. How the '20% time' rule led to Google's most innovative products Donald Glover's first toy was Lando Calrissian and it's just too perfect
FILE - In this Aug. 2, 2015 file photo, Chita Rivera performs during the "Chita Rivera: A Lot of Livin' to Do" segment of the PBS 2015 Summer TCA Tour held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. On heels of the chart-topping single that continues to benefit victims of last month's deadly massacre in Orlando comes a benefit concert for the city. "From Broadway With Love: A Benefit Concert For Orlando" will have the Broadway and Orlando theater communities unite to provide an evening of entertainment for the shaken community. The Orlando show on July 25, 2016, will feature appearances from some of Broadway's biggest stars, including Brian Stokes Mitchell, Norbert Leo Butz, Kelli O'Hara, Chita Rivera, Jessie Mueller, and many others.(Photo
Disney's hit animated film Frozen has been adapted into a Broadway musical and the first trailer is here. The video gives a glimpse at some of the famous characters and scenes on stage during the musical production, which is on Broadway now. It includes all your favorites: Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, and even Olaf. SEE ALSO: 'Frozen' musical has a strange and mildly upsetting link to'Brokeback Mountain' Sadly, the trailer doesn't include any of the lyrics to any songs in the show, but luckily we've already been given one new song from the show: "Monster." Stephen Colbert couldn't keep up with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's workout routine Jeremy Renner's intro to the'Tag' trailer gets photobombed by Jon Hamm and Ed Helms
Downtown Los Angeles is changing, but Broadway is always an unpredictable show where people from all parts of the city come together. During rush hour everything is in flux. For the past three years I've photographed the characters who live, work or simply walk the sidewalks of Broadway. These people are the city. I've found that whatever you assume about them there's almost always a little bit more there.