Adam's Call: Shakina Nayfack: POST-OP: Spirits Don't Break: Shakina is opening herself up and exposing herself in a way more people should. When you live an authentic life, there is a constant glow around you, and that glow is illuminating from Shakina!
Adam's Call: Dina Martina: "Flat & Lacking" is full of life! Dina Martina is unlike any performer you've seen! Dina's dark humor is not for everyone, but if you are open to going places that you wonder if it's okay to laugh, then Dina Martina is the perfect show for you to attend!
Adam's Call: Olivia Newton-John: Summer Nights at The Flamingo Las Vegas: Magic! Olivia is in tip-top shape performing her catalog of music from mega hit songs, to her country roots, to a special "Xanadu" and "Grease" suite, as well as some of my favorite Olivia songs that were not big hits. From "Physical" to "Xanadu" to "I Honestly Love You," this was one rockin' concert!
Adam's Call: What a week it's been so far here in Las Vegas! I came here to celebrate my 40th Birthday, but I had the honor to leave my 30s on a high note, taking in one of Vegas' biggest shows, "Steve Wynn's ShowStoppers!" "Steve Wynn's ShowStoppers" is the perfect feel good show! You get the glitz and glamour of Vegas along with some of the biggest numbers in Broadway history!
Adam's Call: I just got home from one of the best Dolly Parton concerts ever...I mean, that's what it felt like I was attending while at Jason CoZmo's "Dolly: Coat of Many Colors" at The Laurie Beechman Theatre in NYC!
Adam's Call: New York Pops 32nd Birthday Gala honoring Rob and Kathleen Marshall: To hear the New York Pops play the music from some of Rob and Kathleen's biggest successes was unreal! They gave new life to these amazing songs! If you ever get a chance to go to Carnegie Hall and attend a New York Pops concert, I say DO IT! It's an evening that you'll remember forever!
Adam's Call: Natalie Douglas' "Hello Dolly...The Music of Dolly Parton" at Birdland: Stairway to Heaven! If you haven't purchased tickets yet for Natalie Douglas' show "Hello Dolly...The Music of Dolly Parton" which is returning to Jim Caruso's Broadway at Birdland concert series on Monday, April 20, May 18, July 6, and August 10 at 7pm, then I'm not sure what you are waiting for!
Adam's Call: JANKA: A-20398: I Say See It! There is a powerful new Off-Broadway show happening in NYC entitled JANKA: A-20398 written by playwright Oscar Speace and starring Janice Noga. This show recounts Oscar's mom's liberation and time spent in the Nazi concentration camps. While most people will say I don't want to see a show like this, I say, see it!
Adam's Call: The trip out to George Street Playhouse to see Emmy and Tony Award nominated actor John Tartaglia in "Buyer & Cellar" was definitely worth the trip!
Adam's Call: Sutton Foster: New York Pops: One Night Only: A Night I Will Remember Forever. Sutton was on fire! Her voice filled Carnegie Hall well beyond the rafters! From the moment Sutton took the stage, she captivated the audience all the way through until the very end and that still was too short of a time to be at this concert.
Adam's Call: The New York Pops' Holiday Concert: Kelli and Matthew: Home for the Holidays was a Winter Wonderland! The New York Pops Holiday Concert always puts me a smile on my face. This year's concert was no exception! It was a real treat to see Matthew Morrison and Kelli O'Hara together again! Separately, they are fantastic, but united, they are something unreal!
Adam's Call: Andy Cohen in Conversation with Anderson Cooper at 92Y: An Evening Deep Inside The Clubhouse: From talking about "The Real Housewives" to Andy's friendship with Cher to selfies to texts between Anderson and Andy to Andy going on Tinder dates, this evening was full of insider stories!
Adam's Call: "Journey of a Bombshell: The Ina Ray Hutton Story": Interesting story. Very well acted. Excellently sung. The thing I liked most about Journey of a Bombshell was learning about Ina's career and the portrayal of her drive, determination, and strength of working her way up in a man's world.
Adam's Call: Barry Levey's "Hoaxocaust" is a compelling, thought-provoking, emotional, can't stop thinking about, how will I sleep tonight one-man show about those who deny that The Holocaust ever happened.
Adam's Call: Catherine LeFrere: "Confessions of a Young Character Actress": A Legend In The Making. From the moment the show started, Catherine engulfed the audience because she made us feel at ease with her talented voice and and self depreciating humor. She made us laugh right from the get go and that alone lets enables the audience to sit back and relax.