One more chance to see “The Nance”

Did you miss “The Nance” starring Nathan Lane on Live From Lincoln Center this past weekend? You can still view the whole episode on PBS.org

The creative minds behind “The Nance”—Nathan Lane, Jack O’Brien, and Douglas Carter Beane—discuss how humor has changed since the golden age of burlesque, when the play takes place.

Watch “The Nance,” Friday, October 10 on Live From Lincoln Center on PBS. Check your local listings: http://to.pbs.org/1gZbKgx

The creative minds behind “The Nance”—Nathan Lane, Jack O’Brien, and Douglas Carter Beane—reflect on how gay life has changed in America and how the play examines forgotten New York history.

Watch “The Nance” Friday, October 10 on Live From Lincoln Center on PBS.
Check your local listings

See Sweeney Todd…again!

Did you miss this weekend’s Live From Lincoln Center broadcast of Sondheim’s ”Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” because you were too busy eating Mrs. Lovett’s delicious meat pies? Well, stop stuffing your face and catch the entire broadcast here on PBS’s website. Oh, and try the priest….

(Photo: Chris Lee / New York Philharmonic)

Attend the tale of Sweeney Todd…tonight! At last, Live From Lincoln Center's presentation of Sondheim's iconic musical thriller, featuring Bryn Terfel, Emma Thompson, Christian Borle, Audra McDonald, Alan Gilbert and the New York Philharmonic, airs on PBS tonight.Follow the conversation and join other Sweeney Todd fans on Twitter with #LFLCCheck local listings here…it’s going to be a bloody good time!

Attend the tale of Sweeney Todd…tonight! At last, Live From Lincoln Center's presentation of Sondheim's iconic musical thriller, featuring Bryn Terfel, Emma Thompson, Christian Borle, Audra McDonald, Alan Gilbert and the New York Philharmonic, airs on PBS tonight.

Follow the conversation and join other Sweeney Todd fans on Twitter with #LFLC

Check local listings here…it’s going to be a bloody good time!

Bass-baritone Bryn Terfel describes the joys and challenges of performing the title role in Stephen Sondheim’s “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.”

"It is a frightening piece. It’s a dangerous piece vocally." Bryn Terfel opens up about playing the title role in the New York Philharmonic’s staging. Plus, more footage from the show!

Tune in to Live From Lincoln Center on Friday, September 26 on PBS (check local listings)

Get ready for Bryn Terfel as Sweeney Todd and Emma Thompson as Mrs. Lovett in the Live From Lincoln Center presentation of the New York Philharmonic’s acclaimed staging of Sondheim’s iconic musical thriller Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, airing on PBS on September 26 (check local listings).(Photo: Chris Lee / New York Philharmonic)

Get ready for Bryn Terfel as Sweeney Todd and Emma Thompson as Mrs. Lovett in the Live From Lincoln Center presentation of the New York Philharmonic’s acclaimed staging of Sondheim’s iconic musical thriller Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, airing on PBS on September 26 (check local listings).

(Photo: Chris Lee / New York Philharmonic)

40 Years of Live From Lincoln Center

JUST ANNOUNCED: Live From Lincoln Center — the pioneering, award-winning performing arts series showcasing the best of the wide-ranging programming from the 30 iconic stages of the world’s largest performing arts center — today announced its 40th anniversary season on PBS. Kicking off the season is Sondheim’s iconic musical thriller Sweeney Todd, featuring Bryn Terfel, Emma Thompson and the New York Philharmonic on September 26, followed by The Nance with Nathan Lane on October 10, both part of the PBS Arts Fall Festival. Later broadcasts this season will include the School of American Ballet, the New York Philharmonic on New Year’s Eve, the annual Richard Tucker Music Foundation Opera Gala, and Lincoln Center’s American Songbook. Read the full press release here: http://bit.ly/LFLC40Announcment

Just announced! PBS will air two Live From Lincoln Center broadcasts this Fall, kicking of its 40th season, in their Arts Fall Festival, starting with “Sweeney Todd” with the New York Philharmonic and starring Bryn Terfel and Emma Thompson on Friday, September 26 and “The Nance” starring Nathan Lane and produced by Lincoln Center Theater (broadcast date to be announced).

(Photos: Sweeney Todd, Chris Lee/New York Philharmonic; Nathan Lane, Joan Marcus/Lincoln Center Theater)

Another Chance at Live From Lincoln Center

Did you miss Jason Isbell on Live From Lincoln Center on PBS this past Friday? Don’t panic, you can still watch the performance here: http://to.pbs.org/1iUeWWJ