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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin aren’t afraid to say their age — or act it. Music & Arts - NY Daily News
[unable to retrieve full-text content]David Lee Roth is arrested in a drug sweep of Washington Square Park. Music & Arts - NY Daily News
[unable to retrieve full-text content]These cops apparently like their “Chicken Fried.” Music & Arts - NY Daily News
Robert Alexander/Getty Images The ticket lottery for “Hamilton” has moved from the theater to online — and back again. The digital lottery for “Hamilton,” the Broadway blockbuster, proved too popular for its own good — and for a new biomusical and a long-running Disney hit. Sorry, Gloria Estefan. And Simba. Registration for $ 10 "Ham4Ham" seats for “Hamilton” began at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday on BroadwayDirect. com. The site crashed shortly thereafter. Brinkhoff-Mogenbur “The Circle of Life” number in “The Lion King.” The show shares a lottery web site with “Hamilton.” “On Your Feet!,” a new musical about Gloria and Emilio Estefan, and “The Lion King” use the same website for their lotteries. They went down too, becoming show-biz collateral damage. “Hamilton” took to social media to calm the
Adam Kantor learned how to sew to connect with his role of Motel the tailor in “Fiddler on the Roof.” Broadway actor Adam Kantor learned how to sew to connect with his role of Motel the tailor in “Fiddler on the Roof.” But he wanted to get closer. Next stop, Eastern Europe. “It’s the farthest I’ve gone to research a part,” said Kantor, whose dressing room is filled with old family photographs and treasures like his great-great-grandfather’s cantorial music. “I’ve always wanted to explore my roots,” said the 29-year-old seen previously in “Rent” and “Next to Normal.” “This show was the perfect opportunity.” For half of the six-week trip last summer, he was among two dozen travelers with Yiddishkayt, an organization dedicated to exploring Jewish history and life. “I’ve been to Europe before