Broadway legend Tommy Tune staged a musical in Florida last year about the hedonistically, aesthetically delirious disco Studio 54, and it was well received. So it's coming to New York.
I'm truthin'! The legendary '70s disco--and specifically the rise and fall of Steve Rubell, who co-founded it--is the subject of a Tommy Tune-directed musical trying out in Florida! In case they're open to some disco-survivor input, I have a few glittery recollections to share from my water ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. April 26, 1973, Vol. XVIII, No. 17 One from the 'Seesaw' by Joanna Mermey "Tap dancing is so honest. It makes people smile. A few weeks ago I was in Port Authority handing out ads for 'Seesaw.' Everyone kept running away from me becaus ... More >>
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