Broadway@Google: West Side Story

Cast members from Broadway’s West Side Story John Arthur Greene (Riff), Mikey Winslow (Big Deal) & Shina Ann Morris (Consuela) vist Google New York to talk about their lastest and longest running production of West Side Story. Interviewed by Lee Stimmel, the cast members talk about the show’s history, how they landed their Broadway debut, their accounts of working with director Arthur Laurents and how the show’s social relevance has evolved over time. The show will close on January 2nd 2011. More than fifty years ago, a show about New York City changed musical theater forever. Now, it’s come home to make history once again. From the first notes to the final breath, West Side Story is one of the most memorable musicals and greatest love stories of all time. Arthur Laurents’ book remains as powerful, poignant and timely as ever. The score by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim — a collection of standards that includes “Tonight,” “America,” “Maria,” “I Feel Pretty” and “Somewhere” — is widely regarded as one of the best ever written. And the extraordinary, Tony®-winning choreography by Jerome Robbins completely changed the language of Broadway dance. This groundbreaking new production, directed by the legendary Mr. Laurents, offers a bold new design that builds on the show’s raw power and emotion to create a fresh experience unlike any that came before it. Don’t miss this thrilling presentation of a matchless work of art. www.broadwaywestsidestory.com

Clubpenguin Love Story Season 1 Finale(Part 11) ♥

This is my Last Love Story(For Season 1) !! hope u guys like it!! I worked really hard on this! So enjoy! Special thanks too: All my Fans!! And to everyone who Guest Stared and came to my party at the Log Cabin!! Love u guys! *Season 1* ღCassie Parts 1-11 are Season 1Disclaimer—- —— [If you use this, please credit Vaksar] Club Penguin is a registered trademark of Horizon Interactive. this video is for entertainment only. I do not claim, or have any, affiliation with Horizon Interactive Inc. This video was not intended for any personal gain, only for entertainment purposes. All comments by others are their own and I do not take responsibility for their actions. Consider this, free advertising www.clubpenguin.com All other trademarks (such as music), are property of their respected owners, I do not claim to own any rights to the trademarks. Music is simply used as the base of the video, I do not own any rights to the tracks, I tend to use music that I like, so feel liked if your music has been used. If you have any concerns, DONT HESITATE to contact me! Thank you for reading this, and enjoy the video DISCLAIMER:I DO NOT OWN THE AUDIO IN THIS VIDEO! I ALSO DO NOT OWN CLUB PENGUIN.THE AUDIO IN THIS VIDEO BELONGS TO ITS COPYRIGHT OWNERS, I USED IT FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY!
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Get Thrashed – The Story Of Thrash Metal 07/07 ENG

The GET THRASHED journey begins in the early 80s, where Metallica and several other bands laid the groundwork for what would become a lasting impression on the face of heavy metal music. These bands helped ignite local scenes in Los Angeles, the Bay area of California and New York City, which helped fuel a worldwide thrash metal movement. By the dawn of the 1990’s, thrash bands had gone from playing backyard barbeque parties to headlining arenas and Metallica were on their way to becoming one of the biggest metal acts of all time. But as legions of headbanging, stage diving and moshing metalheads were flocking to see their favorite bands, the tides had begun to change. In the early 1990’s, a changing musical landscape sent thrash spiraling back into the underground. Some of the musicians passed away, some returned to their day jobs and some bands broke up. While the music lived on, the scene was forever changed. Get Thrashed traces the rise, fall and impact of thrash metal; from its early years, through its influence on grunge, nu metal and today’s heavy metal scene. It is the story of the heaviest, hardest music of the 80s and early 90s as told by the bands who lived it, the fans and bands that grew up on it and by the artists that carry the “thrash metal” flag today. The documentary throws new light on an overlooked, yet incredible music scene and how it went from a simple rumbling in the underground to a loud, obnoxious and constant roar in the (almost) Director: Rick
Video Rating: 5 / 5