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Chess In Concert Icons [07 Aug 2011|07:40pm]

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15 - Florence
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37 - Freddie

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Falling Star AKA Goyband avalible on tuesday ( 4/27)... [24 Apr 2010|11:25pm]

Hi everyone , as someone from the "family" of Falling Star. The following sites sell or rent Falling Star.

The prices will very to buy it. Renting it is 3.99. The extras include deleated scenes, photo gallery, the trailer and more.

It is also avalible ON DEMAND right now! Check your local satilite or cable box menu to see if you have it!
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[28 Feb 2010|03:39am]

According to Amazon, Falling Star (previously known as Goyband) will be released April 27 and is available for pre-order.

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[01 Feb 2010|12:10pm]


Two original stars look back as last encore nears for 'Rent'

The back story of the "Rent" musical reads like an epic: a bittersweet tale marked by the sudden death of its young creator, who leaves behind a cultural phenomenon.

A major chapter of this extraordinary chronicle comes to a close this week as the national tour, starring two of the production's original Broadway stars, ends in Sacramento.

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[28 Jan 2010|04:19pm]

A couple of  Adam interviews with local news outlets are up at Madison's Overture Center for the Arts blog:

Videos won't embed, CLICK HERE.
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Poster & Trailer for 'Falling Star' [22 Jan 2010|01:09pm]


Falling Star (previously titled Goyband).

Falling Star is a romantic comedy that fuses music and pop culture with a satirical and gentle look into Orthodox Judaism and Kabbalah. In our story, Adam Pascal of "Rent" fame plays ex-boyband pop star, Bobby Starr. Bobby Starr is booked to headline the grand opening of the first Kosher Casino in the Catskills. The reason Bobby gets this unlikely booking is that the daughter of the hotel owner, Rebekkah (played by Amy Davidson of "8 Simple Rules for Dating my Teenage Daughter") has a secret crush on him - hiring him to perform live at the hotel is her last act of rebellion before committing to her arranged marriage. Through his music, they will both be saved from their own illed destiny and discover a brighter future.

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New Adam interview @ BWW.COM [17 Jan 2010|08:01pm]

As you may or may not know, the RENT tour is currently in Toronto. A friend of mine recently had the awesome privilege to sit down with Adam and interview him.

You first played the role of Roger on Broadway, and then also did it in the UK, but this is your first time doing Rent on tour. How do you find touring differs from being in a sit-down production?
It's a bit more exciting because you have new people coming into the theatre every week or every two weeks. Also, the travel moves everything along and you don't get bored and nothing gets stale. The performing is obviously still the same, you do your job because that is what it is. But the travel has been very enjoyable and made the time go by quicker.

Do you have a favourite city so far?
I loved being in Japan. It was just a really special trip. We were there for a month and I fell in love with it. I also loved a lot of the Northwest cities like Portland, Seattle, San Francisco and Chicago. I guess I like the bigger cities (or at least the nice ones) but Seattle was probably my favourite...

...the rest of the interview

At the source, there are TONS more Q&As, as well as an exclusive picture of Adam/Anthony/Lexie, so it's well worth the read!
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[26 Dec 2009|07:09pm]


"Happy Holidays, Kim!" Check out the latest video by Telly Leung, created especially for Kim, whose parents won the RENT guitar from Broadway Cares' online auction!

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[02 Nov 2009|11:57am]


NIGHT OF 1,000 VOICES Ready To Raise Money For Charity, May 2010

The Night of 1000 Voices, the annual, star-studded, event celebrating musical theatre at the Royal Albert Hall, will take place on Spring Bank Holiday Sunday 2 May 2010 and will fundraise for charity Leukaemia Research.
In 2010, this fabulous musical extravaganza will be a triple celebration: honouring the 80th birthday of Stephen Sondheim, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Leukaemia Research and marking the 10th year of this hugely popular evening.

From We Will Rock You to Jesus Christ Superstar, the evening will include performances from a host of West End and Broadway stars including Kerry Ellis (Wicked, Les Misérables), Olivier Award-winning Philip Quast (Les Misérables, La Cage Aux Folles) and Adam Pascal (Rent), accompanied by the City of London Philharmonic and the massed choirs of Sing Live UK and USA under the musical supervision of the West End maestro, David Firman.

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La Vie Boh...mmm!!! Tokyo pt. 2 [09 Oct 2009|05:17pm]


From Andy Señor'sblog.

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[08 Oct 2009|02:02pm]


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[11 Aug 2009|07:42pm]


Adam and other members of the Rent tour (Justin Johnson) in Tokyo eating -- Andy Señor's vlog.

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American Primitive Review from Variety [28 Jul 2009|10:32pm]


A Cape Cod Films, Firebrand Entertainment production in association with Wild at Heart Films. Produced by James Egan, Adam W. Rosen, Gwen Wynne. Executive producers, Pamela Tom, Mary Beth Fielder, Annette Dyvi. Co-producers, Kimberly Culotta, Cindy Harrington, Nathan Russell, Suzan Crowley. Directed by Gwen Wynne. Screenplay, Wynne, Mary Beth Fielder.

With: Tate Donovan, Adam Pascal, Danielle Savre, Skye McCole Bartusiak, Josh Peck, Corey Sevier, Anne Ramsay, Susan Anspach, James Sikking.

Growing up with two gay dads is hard enough today, much less in Cape Cod circa 1973, the promising setup of Gwen Wynne's "American Primitive," a wistful what-might-have-been treatment of the director's own upbringing. Reliving the period through the eyes of two sisters provides a fresh take on the otherwise tired coming-out genre, though the whole project feels too much like therapy through filmmaking, with Wynne offering a hindsight-enhanced "do-over" that's out of place with the era and its attitudes. Her uneven debut should attract LGBT fest interest but stands little chance in commercial release.

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Adam Pascal Signed Promo [26 Jul 2009|04:15pm]

Folks -- I am auctioning a rare Adam Pascal canvas promo from the Rent soundtrack, signed by Mr. Pascal. The auction ends tomorrow so I just wanted to remind everyone:

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Rare "Rent" Canvas Promo Poster [20 Jul 2009|04:16pm]

Sorry for the spam, but I figured you guys would be interested... I came across this and want it to go to a superfan...

Absolutely stunning signed wall art of Roger (Adam Pascal) from the Original Broadway Cast of the musical Rent. This one of a kind piece is screenprinted canvas, stretched and mounted on its own frame. It's very lightweight and is autographed by Mr. Pascal.

The piece is 24" wide by 21" high, and is 1.5" deep.

Text at bottom right reads "Rent: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack"

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[14 Jul 2009|07:57pm]


'Chess in Concert' hitting the big screen

More2Screen, Warner Music Ent. ink distribution deal

By Stuart Kemp

July 14, 2009, 07:00 PM ET

LONDON -- Movie theaters will be alive to the sound of "Chess in Concert," a recording of a shindig celebrating 25 years of the musical "Chess," after alternative content distributor More2Screen and Warner Music Entertainment struck a theatrical distribution deal.

The duo will push the recorded concert out to theaters in the U.K. and Ireland for two days in September ahead of the planned home entertainment rollout the same month, the partners said Tuesday.

Directed by Hugh Wooldridge, adapted by Wooldridge and Tim Rice, and conducted by David Firman, the special performance was recorded live at a 25th anniversary concert at the Royal Albert Hall.

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food network [14 Jul 2009|12:28am]

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there was a post a couple years ago about adam and jesse l. martin on bobby flay's show.  i've tried finding the video again, but whoever put the video online, took it down.
i was just curious to see if someone maybe had saved it to their computer at some point. 

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[01 Jul 2009|02:32pm]


Five Questions for RENT’s Adam Pascal

July 1, 2009 at 11:24 am by Franki Weddington

“One song…glory.” In RENT, HIV-positive rocker Roger Davis struggles to create the consummate song to carry on his legacy “before the virus takes hold.” Adam Pascal, who brought the character to life in the original production and on-screen, also experiences life through his music. After quitting his band and moving to NYC to make his fame as a solo musician, Pascal heard from a friend about RENT, a then-unknown musical that was holding auditions. When Pascal got the part, he was just glad to have a job. RENT was originally scheduled for a 10-show run, but after repeatedly sold-out performances, it moved to Broadway and enjoyed one of the longest runs in the history of the Great White Way.
Now Pascal’s back in the role for which he’s famous, touring in a production which comes to the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center July 7-12. But more than a few things have changed for the actor. He’s been in movies like SLC Punk! and School of Rock. He played Radames in Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida. He cranked out a few rock albums of his own. Oh, and he got married, had two kids, and moved to L.A. It’s quite a laundry list of accomplishments, but it made me wonder one thing: What the hell does Adam Pascal have in common with Roger Davis anymore? After all, he first played Roger more than a decade ago and the times, as they say, are a ‘changing. Isn’t he getting a little old for this role? That was my first question in our phone interview last Friday.
See what Pascal had to say about his time in the show, how RENT is like Nirvana and more after the break:

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Is Adam sick? [19 Jun 2009|02:03pm]

(Feel free to delete if this isn't allowed)
I went to see RENT at the Paramount theatre in Seattle last night, and noticed Adam seemed a bit off his game. The performance was still amazing on all parts, don't get me wrong, but he didn't come out to sign autographs, at least not while I was there, he may have later. But he just didn't seem like he felt on on top of the world... anyone know anything?
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Chess in Concert to air on PBS June 17 [15 Jun 2009|07:55pm]


Wicked’s Idina Menzel and Rent’s Adam Pascal join Great Performances favorite, internationally renowned vocalist Josh Groban in a spectacular London concert revival of Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus’ 1986 cult musical Chess, premiering Wednesday, June 17 at 9 p.m. (ET) on Great Performances. Presented by THIRTEEN in 5.1 digital surround sound on PBS HD, and featuring diamond-sharp lyrics by Tim Rice (Evita, The Lion King), the hit-filled production (“One Night in Bangkok,” “I Know Him So Well,” “The Anthem”) was recorded in performance at Royal Albert Hall. [source]


[...] If you hate checking local listings, the DVD and CDs come out June 16, and the rest of the cast includes Rent's Adam Pascal and Jerry Springer: The Opera's David Bedella [source]


We are still putting the final touches on the Chess in Concert Limited Edition 2CD/DVD Package and wanted to let you know that the release date for this special edition 2CD/DVD has been moved from June 30th to July 21st. If you have pre-ordered this edition, please be aware that you will get your package on or around July 21st. If you have not watched the trailer yet, be sure to visit http://chess.warnerbrosrecords.com (Thanks for the info, byatt_lover )
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