THEATER-FILM-MUSIC TALK

John Cullum: An Accidental Star, streaming April 8 thru 22 presented by Vineyard Theatre, Goodspeed Musicals, Irish Repertory Theatre in association with Jeff Berger. Conceived by John Cullum and Jeff Berger, the 80-minute evening of stories and songs spans the 91 year old Tony Award winner Cullum’s illustrious career. Streaming tickets are available now. https://www.vineyardtheatre.org/an-accidental-star/.  For more information, call the box office at 646-931-4714 or visit www.vineyardtheatre.org.

Pick your pleasure with a lineup including (Title of Show), Fiddler: Miracle of Miracles, London’s Young Vic Theatre’s The Container, Merely Marvelous:The Dancing Genius of Gwen Verdon and Irving Berlin’s Easter Parade. There’s also Shakespeare’s Women & Claire Bloom in honor of The Bard’s Birthday. See it all on www.BroadwayHD.com

Petula Clark by Pip

Petula Clark will receive the Bob Harrington Lifetime Achievement Award at the 36th Annual Bistro Awards Special Event on Friday April 30 at 8 pm. A virtual screening open to the public. www.bistroawards.com

Spotlight on Plays series welcomes Ellen Burstyn and Carla Guigino (Watch on the Rhine), Kathryn Hahn (The Sisters Rosensweig), Audra McDonald (Ohio State Murders), Mary-Louise Parker (The Baltimore Waltz) and Meryl Streep (Dear Elizabeth) to star in these plays of the spring season. Proceeds benefit The Actors Fund. Want a sneak peek? See details: www.BroadwaysBestShows.com

Encore streaming concerts at The Town Hall: Judy Collins recreates her legendary 1964 concert on April 16; Mariza celebrates the release of her album “Mariza Sings Amalia” on April 9. Concerts at 8 pm, remain for 72 hrs. at www.thetownhall.org

Actor George Segal, star of TV’s “The Goldbergs,” has died of surgery complications at the age of 87. A native Long Island New Yorker, his career included film and television. In 1966 he received an Oscar nomination for “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” as well as “A Touch of Class” in 1973. In 2013, producer Adam F. Goldberg cast Segal as the Jewish family patriarch Albert “Pops” Solomon.

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