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2014 Red Dress Awards at Lincoln Center, NYC

Sara Bareilles looks absolutely gorgeous while hitting the red carpet at the 2014 Woman’s Day Red Dress Awards held at The Allen Room at Frederick P. Rose Hall on Tuesday (February 11) in New York City.

The 34-year-old Grammy-nominated singer was joined at the event by Rita Wilson, Jennie Garth, Gossip Girl‘s Kelly Rutherford, and The Today Show‘s Hoda Kotb.

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2014 Luminary Awards

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2014 UNICEF Ball Draws Big Names

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Stepping out for an enchanted evening, a host of fabulous famous folks showed up at the 2014 UNICEF Ball at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel last night (January 14).

“Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” stud Michael Douglas was handsome in a black tuxedo as he accepted the Danny Kaye Humanitarian Peace Award and smiled for the cameras.

Meanwhile, Anna Kendrick wowed the crowd in her strapless garnet floor-length gown teamed with simple studded earrings and chunky finger rings.

And UNICEF Ambassador Alyssa Milano brought her husband Dave Bugliari as she mingled with the likes of Leah Remini, Matt Damon and James Marsden during the course of the event. unicef2a
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Inside UNICEF Snowflake Ball: How Katy Perry Stole the Show

It was certainly a #GivingTuesday at the UNICEF Snowflake Ball on Tuesday evening at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City, where stars turned out in droves to support the charity's "belief in zero" efforts to end the preventable deaths of children.

UNICEF Ambassadors Angie Harmon, Danny Glover, Téa Leoni, and former ambassador Katie Couric were all in attendance, as well as Katy Perry, Christina Ricci, Bryant Gumbel, Audrey Hepburn's son Luca Dotti, Jenna Bush Hager and Henry Hager, Mark Consuelos, Kyle MacLachlan, Tyson Chandler, and more.

Perry, who was named UNICEF's newest Goodwill Ambassador at the event, stunned in a burgundy, velvet Naeem Khan gown on the red carpet, but changed into a glittering gold Michael Kors number to perform her hit single "Unconditionally," which she said was inspired by a UNICEF trip she took to Madagascar.

"I believe young people have the power to change their own lives, with our help," the 29-year-old songstress said of her new role. "I am honored to join UNICEF as a Goodwill Ambassador, and committed to doing everything I can to help children and adolescents who come from such different backgrounds but want the same thing: a brighter future."

The "Prism" singer's gown wasn't the only thing that sparkled! The stunning ballroom designed by HGTV star Vern Yip showcased 18,000 snowflakes hanging from the ceiling, which represented the 18,000 children dying every day from preventable causes.

Couric, who just joined Yahoo, joked that she was "ready for her scotch" as she chatted with omg! and introduced her fiancée, John Molner.

Katie Couric and John Molner (right) and Danny Glover and his wife (left) both posed inside the event. (Getty)

Meanwhile Danny Glover, who was honored with the Humanitarian Award, told reporters he was thrilled to share the evening with his wife, Eliane Cavalleiro, whom he said is the "best Christmas present every day of the year."

The A-list evening was certainly a success and UNICEF raised an impressive amount of money for their many projects.

 

The 18,000 snowflakes sparkled in the room. (Getty)

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Broadway World: Zachary Levi, Sierra Boggess, Norm Lewis & More Sing Alan Menken at Hammerstein Gala!

The York Theatre Company (James Morgan, Producing Artistic Director; Andrew Levine, Executive Director) honored legendary Broadway and film composer Alan Menken with the Oscar Hammerstein Award for Lifetime Achievement in Musical Theatre at the 22nd Oscar Hammerstein Award Gala learlier this week, December 9, 2013. BroadwayWorld was there for the ceremony and you can check out performance highlights from Norm Lewis, Sierra Boggess, Zachary Levi and more below!

Broadway veterans Sierra Boggess, Liz Callaway, Beth Fowler, Debbie Gravitte, Zackary Levi, multi award-winning composer/lyricist Stephen Schwartz and Vanessa Williams performed. The evening's entertainment, hosted by Norm Lewis, and with a special performance of a Rodgers and Hammerstein song by Bernadette Peters, was directed and produced by Scott H. Mauro / Scott Mauro Entertainment, Inc.

For additional information, please visit the website at www.yorktheatre.org.

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ZACHARY LEVI AND VANESSA WILLIAMS JOIN CELEBRITY PERFORMERS AT THE YORK THEATRE COMPANY 22nd OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN AWARD GALA HONORING THE LEGENDARY ALAN MENKEN

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zac-vanessa-bernadette New York, NY (November 14, 2013) – The York Theatre Company (James Morgan, Producing Artistic Director; Andrew Levine, Executive Director) has added Zachary Levi (First Date), and Grammy, Emmy and Tony Award nominee Vanessa Williams (Into the Woods) to the roster of celebrities who will be on hand to honor legendary Broadway and film composer Alan Menken with the Oscar Hammerstein Award for Lifetime Achievement in Musical Theatre at the 22nd Oscar Hammerstein Award Gala to be held Monday, December 9, 2013 at The Hudson Theatre (145 West 44th Street).

They join previously announced Broadway veterans Sierra Boggess, Liz Callaway, Beth Fowler, Debbie Gravitte, multi award-winning composer/lyricist Stephen Schwartz, scheduled to perform, with a special appearance by Alice Hammerstein Mathias (all subject to availability). The evening’s entertainment, hosted by Norm Lewis, and with a special performance of a Rodgers and Hammerstein song by Bernadette Peters, will be directed and produced by Scott H. Mauro / Scott Mauro Entertainment, Inc.

Also this evening, The York Theatre Company Founder’s Award will be presented to York Chairman of the Board W. David McCoy to honor his significant long-term contributions to the theatre and his lifelong commitment to sustaining the arts.

Reception begins at 6:30 p.m. followed by dinner at 7:30 p.m. with award ceremony and entertainment beginning at 8:30 p.m. Benefit Committee Co-Chairs are Nina Korelitz Matza and Jim Kierstead. For additional information, pricing and reservations, please visit the website at www.yorktheatre.org, or call 212-935-5824, ext 215.

For additional information, please visit the website at www.yorktheatre.org.
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The New York Times Review: The Glass Menagerie

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How can something be this delicate and this strong, so elusive and yet so tenacious? That question radiates from John Tiffany’s stunning production of Tennessee Williams’s “Glass Menagerie,” which opened on Thursday night at the Booth Theater and promises to be the most revealing revival of a cornerstone classic for many a year to come.

More than any interpretation I’ve seen of the 1944 drama that made Williams’s name, this “Menagerie” — which stars Cherry Jones and Zachary Quinto in career-defining performances — finds the brute force in a play often described, a bit condescendingly, as lyrical, wispy, elegiac. Yes, the tapered fingers of poetry shape “The Glass Menagerie.” But when these fingers curl into a fist — and they do so again and again in this production, before you quite realize it — be prepared to have the breath knocked out of you.

Read the full review at NYTimes.com
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May 10, 2013 Posted by admin in Events

Review: New York Pops 30th Birthday Gala





April 29th, 2013
Carnegie Hall
By Joel Benjamin

2013-04-29_New_York_Pops_Gala_ORCHESTRA_photo_by_Richard_Termine-300x200 What better way to celebrate any occasion, let alone a 30th anniversary than in the company of Jule Styne, Danny Kaye and Frank Loesser? Steven Reineke, the Pops’ Music Director, led an energetic program of the Broadway masterpieces by the two composers performed by a who’s who of stage personalities. A touching video tribute to Danny Kaye, introduced by his daughter Dena, was shown midway in the festivities. This stroll down Kaye’s life only proved what a great man he was and why he will always be missed.

Jule Styne’s Gypsy Overture was a perfect slam-bam opening. It was followed by a medley of songs from that show performed by the youngsters of the Camp Broadway Kids.

Three legendary songs from Funny Girl were sung with extraordinary power by Stephanie J. Block (“Don’t Rain on My Parade”), Betsey Wolfe (“The Music That Makes Me Dance”) and Laura Osnes (“People”). Although, let’s face it, no one can eclipse Ms. Streisand, these three singers came close.

Laura Benanti was tender in “Neverland.” It was a special thrill to hear Leslie Uggams sing the song she made famous 46 years ago, “My Own Morning” from Hallelujah, Baby. If anything, Ms. Uggams sang it with more depth and heart now. She was glorious. Megan Hilty repeated her Encores! role from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes in an applause milking “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend.”

2013-04-29_New_York_Pops_Gala_DONNA_MURPHY_and_CAMP_BROADWAY_KIDS_photo_by_Richard_Termine-300x200 The second half of the program featured the music of Frank Loesser, beginning with a sweetly tender “Inchworm” sung by Kelli O’Hara with the help of the Ronald McDonald House Rockin’ the House Band and Chorus. Donna Murphy was equally touching singing “The Ugly Duckling.”

More upbeat was the “Fugue for Tinhorns” from Guys and Dolls given a humorously tough guy interpretation by three Broadway stars: Nick Adams, Will Chase and Max von Essen. Keeping up the light mood was Liz Callaway who was absolutely hilarious in “How to Succeed/I Believe In You” wittily using an iPhone to bring the songs up to date. (You had to be there!)

2013-04-29_New_York_Pops_Gala_NICK_ADAMS_MAX_VON_ESSEN_WILL_CHASE_photo_by_Richard_Termine-300x200 The Most Happy Fella, Loesser’s major operatic achievement, of course, had to be represented. Kelli O’Hara sang “Somebody, Somewhere” in an operatic voice that was both surprising and thrilling while Anthony Warlow’s “Rosabella” caused many tears to flow with his moving interpretation. Not to be over-shadowed, the great Marilyn Maye took “Joey, Joey, Joey” and made it her own, a quiet anthem to a wondering soul.

Maestro Reineke chose to end the program with Victor Herbert’s “Festival March” which opened the Pops very first concert 30 years ago, utilizing all the performers to make this an uplifting ending to a great concert.

The New York Pops – 30th Birthday Gala
April 29th, 2013
Carnegie Hall


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May 1, 2013 Posted by admin in Events

The 30th Birthday Gala for New York Pops Glitters With Stars

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Carnegie Hall was filled to the rafters for the concert celebrating the Collaborations of the Past, Present and Future. Musical Director-Conductor Steven Reineke, as always, was his charming self as Paula Zahn, not only hosted, but showed her other talents playing cello during the evening festivities. The stars came out to sing and, yes, they all shined several glittered with gorgeous outfits of sequins and jewels.

The evening was devoted to honoring three icons: Jule Styne who collaborated with Stephen Sondheim, Bob Merrill, Adolph Green & Betty Comden and Leo Robin; the songs of Frank Loesser and the inimitable entertainer Danny Kaye. The legacy of these great artists formed the basis of an evening filled with talents from Broadway and beyond.

Danny Kaye’s daughter Dena Kaye provided heart-warming historical information about her Dad while a video of his movies and concert performances brought to life the entertainer’s multi-talents. And just yesterday a new sandwich appeared on the menu of the Carnegie Deli – the Danny Kaye Club!

After a rousing opening by the Camp Broadway Kids who appeared on stage and in the aisles, in a medley of tunes from Gypsy, recent Tony Award Nominee Stephanie J. Block (for her role in The Mystery of Edwin Drood), hit home with a resounding “Don’t Rain on My Parade” (Funny Girl), followed by Betsy Wolfe with “The Music That Makes Me Dance” (Funny Girl).

Also a Tony Nominee for her role on Broadway in Cinderella, Laura Osnes sang the poetic “People,” while the sweet vocals of Laura Benanti rang through in “Neverland” (Peter Pan).

Another icon was on board with “My Own Morning” (Hallelujah Baby!), by it’s original owner, Leslie Uggams, who won a Tony Award for her portrayal, bringing the audience to their feet.

The ever-sparkling personality of Megan Hilty proved that “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend” (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes).

From Ronald McDonald House, students sang background vocals while the lovely Kelli O’Harasang “Inchworm” from Hans Christian Andersen, with additional backup by the Rockin’ The House Band.

Charming two time Tony winner Donna Murphy gathered up some of the Broadway Camp Kids to relate “The Ugly Duckling,” followed by three gamblers from Guys and Dolls with “Fugue for Tinhorns” – Nick Adams, Will Chase and Max Von Essen.

Seems like the evening was just filled with Tony Nominees as Rob McClure (Chaplin) proved his capabilities in playful song and dance with an adorable “Once in Love with Amy” from Where’s Charley?

One of the purest voices around is Liz Callaway, her exciting soprano soaring with “How to Succeed/I Believe in You” (How To Succeed . . .). Daddy Warbucks himself – Anthony Warlow (Annie) was on hand with a resounding “Rosabella” from The Most Happy Fella.

Steven Reineke has great taste in artists and saved the best for last – the marvelous Marilyn Maye who recently celebrated and celebrated and is still celebrating her 85th Birthday! Looking, as always, perfectly striking, accompanied by Tedd Firth on piano, she sang “Joey, Joey, Joey (The Most Happy Fella) and “Luck Be A Lady” (Guys and Dolls) which culminated in standing ovations.

Many made their way to the Plaza Hotel for the reception and dinner to complete the evening. Oh, what a night!

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April 5, 2013 Posted by admin in Events

THE NEW YORK POPS 30th BIRTHDAY GALA MONDAY, APRIL 29, 2013 ‘IN CONCERT: CELEBRATING COLLABORATIONS OF THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE.’

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THE NEW YORK POPS AND MUSIC DIRECTOR STEVEN REINEKE HONOR FRANK LOESSER, JULE STYNE and DANNY KAYE

PAULA ZAHN TO HOST WITH GUEST ARTISTS NICK ADAMS, LAURA BENANTI, STEPHANIE J. BLOCK, LIZ CALLAWAY, WILL CHASE, MEGAN HILTY, MARILYN MAYE, ROB McCLURE, DONNA MURPHY, JAMES NAUGHTON, KELLI O’HARA, LAURA OSNES, LESLIE UGGAMS, MAX VON ESSEN, ANTHONY WARLOW, and BETSY WOLFE.

7:00 PM – GALA CONCERT AT CARNEGIE HALL
8:30 PM – DINNER DANCE AT THE PLAZA HOTEL


NEW YORK, NYOn Monday, April 29, The New York Pops marks its 30th birthday with a grand gala evening honoring the musical talents of songwriters Frank Loesser and Jule Styne, and the centennial of legendary entertainer Danny Kaye. Paula Zahn, host of NYC ARTS on PBS, will host the evening. The event begins at 7:00 PM with a concert at Carnegie Hall featuring a spectacular lineup of guest artists under the baton of Music Director Steven Reineke. Performers include Nick Adams, Laura Benanti, Stephanie J. Block, Liz Callaway, Will Chase, Megan Hilty, Marilyn Maye, Rob McClure, Donna Murphy, James Naughton, Kelli O’Hara, Laura Osnes, Leslie Uggams, Max von Essen, Anthony Warlow and Betsy Wolfe. The New York Pops will also be joined by the Ronald McDonald House® Rockin’ the House Band and Chorus, Camp Broadway Kids and The New York Pops Salute to Music Students. Following the concert, a black tie Dinner Dance will be held at the luxurious Plaza Hotel.

“I am thrilled,” says Dena Kaye, “and so very touched, that The New York Pops has chosen my father, Danny Kaye, to honor at their 30th Birthday at Carnegie Hall, as we continue a year-long tribute of the Danny Kaye Centennial. As my father was born and raised in New York, this is the perfect celebration for a man who has brought his laughter and joy to generations through his talent as an actor, singer, dancer, conductor, comedian, and humanitarian.”

There will be an online auction on www.CharityBuzz.com/NewYorkPops from April 11 - May 2 featuring items generously donated by the orchestra’s many friends from the world of arts and entertainment. All gala and auction proceeds support the orchestra and its free education programs throughout New York City.

TICKETS
Single tickets for the concert-only are $62, $95 and $155. To purchase, call CarnegieCharge at 212-247-7800, or visit the Carnegie Hall Box Office in person at 57th Street and 7th Avenue or online at www.carnegiehall.org.

To support The New York Pops’ Kids in the Balcony program, visit www.newyorkpops.org.

Tickets to the full gala evening range from $1,250 (for one concert ticket and dinner seating) to $50,000 (for a premier first tier box and dinner table for eight). For more information about the black-tie benefit Dinner Dance at The Plaza Hotel, call 212-765-7677 or visit www.newyorkpops.org. PRESS TICKETS Contact: DAN DUTCHER / DAN DUTCHER PUBLIC RELATIONS / 917-566-8413 dan@dandutcherpr.com
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March 21, 2013 Posted by admin in Events

Michael Feinstein & More Celebrate Kaye Centennial!

tn-500_image001 Last night, the Library of Congress hosted a special evening to celebrate the Centennial of legendary comedian, actor and humanitarian Danny Kaye and his wife Sylvia Fine Kaye.

The event marked the launch of the Kaye family archives and website featuring 2,000 items from the Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine collection, which lives in the Library's Music Division. Attendees of yesterday evening's event included U.S. Representatives Cohen, Dingell, Meadows, Mica, Nadler, Nolan, Petri, Shimkus and U.S. Senators Risch and Roberts. Highlights of the evening included personal remarks by Senator Chris Dodd, George Stevens Jr., Dena Kaye and a musical performance by five-time Grammy-nominated recording artist Michael Feinstein. The event was produced by Scott Mauro Entertainment Inc.

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March 15, 2013 Posted by admin in Events

Scott Mauro Entertainment Wins FAME AWARD

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At its annual breakfast awards ceremony held at the Grand Hyatt in New York today, FOLIO: and min honored the winners of this year's FAME Awards—recognizing the best in magazine events.

Events have become a major component of a magazine publisher's media platform. For some, events have long eclipsed print revenues. But for most, face-to-face programs are an essential way to drive deeper interaction with an audience and bring it closer to a market's supplier community.

Best Awards/Recognition Program

  • Woman's Day—The 9th Annual Red Dress Awards - produced by Scott Mauro Entertainment


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RED DRESS AWARDS 2009-2013

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Museum of the Moving Image Salutes Hugh Jackman

Tony Award winner Hugh Jackman wass honored at the Museum of the Moving Image's 27th annual Salute Dec. 11 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York.

Scheduled to appear at the Salute were Anne Hathaway, former MMI Salutee Mike Nichols, Rachel Weisz, Liev Schreiber, Universal's Ron Meyer, Fox's Jim Gianopulos and many of Jackman's fellow cast members from the upcoming film adaptation of Les Misérables.

Carl Goodman, the Museum’s executive director, said in an earlier statement, "We are thrilled to be honoring one of the world’s most beloved and talented performers."

Past honorees who have received the Museum’s Salute include Alec Baldwin, Tom Cruise, Clint Eastwood, Robert DeNiro, Goldie Hawn,Dustin Hoffman, Tom Hanks, Steve Martin, Nichols, Al Pacino, Sidney Poitier, Julia Roberts, Martin Scorsese and Steven Spielberg.

Funds raised from the Salute support the programs, exhibitions and educational activities of Museum of the Moving Image. The education programs, which include curriculum-based tours, screenings and workshops, serve nearly 60,000 students per year.

The MMI Salute to Hugh Jackman was produced by Scott Mauro Entertainment, Inc; Scott Mauro, executive producer.

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UNICEF 2012 Snowflake Gala - New York

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Women's Guild Cedars Sinai 55th Anniversary Gala 2012

For more than half a century, Women’s Guild has played an instrumental role in supporting patient care, sustaining medical programs and equipment, advancing biomedical research, and enhancing education at Cedars-Sinai. This year, Women’s Guild’s annual Fall Gala commemorated a significant milestone, celebrating 55 years of making a difference in the community and honoring the extraordinary leaders whose work has made it possible.

Women’s Guild also returned to its Hollywood roots by honoring Wendy and Leonard Goldberg with the Women’s Guild Cedars-Sinai Hollywood Icon Award. Toasting the accomplishments of those individuals who have set a standard of excellence in the entertainment industry—and whose heartfelt humanity has made a difference in the health and well-being of our global community, the award is among Women’s Guild’s highest accolades.

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The 30th Anniversary Princess Grace Awards Gala

On Monday, October 22, 2012, the Princess Grace Foundation–USA (PGF-USA) hosted the 30th Anniversary Princess Grace Awards Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City and presented 25 Awards to emerging artists in theater, dance and film, as well as the Princess Grace Statue Award presented to actor Patrick Page and sound designer Darron L West. The Gala took place in the presence of TSH The Prince and Princess of Monaco.

The event was produced for the eighth consecutive year by Scott Mauro Entertainment, Inc.

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Museum of the Moving Image Salutes Hugh Jackman

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2012 ~ CIPRIANI WALL STREET

New York, August 14, 2012 – Tony and Emmy Award Winning Actor Hugh Jackman will be honored by Museum of the Moving Image at its 27th annual Salute on December 11, 2012 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York. The news was announced today by Carl Goodman, the Museum’s Executive Director.

Goodman stated, “We are thrilled to be honoring one of the world’s most beloved and talented performers.”

Hugh Jackman is perhaps best known around the world as Wolverine in the X-Men series, and has starred in films for such directors as Baz Luhrmann (Australia), Woody Allen (Scoop), Christopher Nolan (The Prestige), and Darren Aronofsky (The Fountain). Later this year, he will headline as Jean Valjean in the eagerly awaited screen version of the musical epic Les Misérables from acclaimed director Tom Hooper (The King’s Speech), set for a December 14th release.
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Operation Smile 30th Anniversary Smile Gala

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June 13, 2012 Posted by admin in Events

2012 UCLA Icon Awards

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June 13, 2012 Posted by admin in Events

2012 Playlist with the A-List Highlight Reel

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June 2, 2012 Posted by admin in Events

PRINCESS GRACE AWARDS