The world is changing and let me tell you, not all of it is bad. In fact, there are some seismic shifts that have been taking place in the world of Broadway, that have been nothing but positive. As ticket revenues rise there are many explanations, from groundbreaking shows, to stories and music that speak to a younger and more diverse audience and podcasts. Podcast? Yes, those little shows that people can listen to on their phones, in their cars, offices, homes, on the subway or while working out. So why is this such a big deal for Broadway? If you have to ask, then this is the interview for you. If you don’t have to ask, then this is the interview for you.
The mysterious, magical world of Broadway was for years
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When I was 12 years old, the Homecoming Queen in our small town in Pennsylvania was killed in a drunk driving accident. A few months later, her older brother shot the driver of the car that killed her point blank in the head four times. But did he really do it? Was he covering for his brother? Or his father? Now, 30 years later, this story still haunts our small town and is a topic that is still discussed at holiday dinners and when driving by the murder site. The brother was convicted of third degree murder and sentenced to 20 years, of which, he only served 10 for good behavior.
Thus began a lifelong obsession with True Crime. What exactly did happen that night? Was a grieving brother driven to
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Tuesday, March 14 at 7 p.m. — Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day a little early! Stop by to listen to talented multi-instrumentalist Jeff Snow, who will share traditional Celtic music and stories of Scotland, Ireland, and England.
Sunday, March 12 at 3 p.m. — For your listening pleasure, prolific recording and touring artist Steve Marchena will perform a solo guitar concert as part of the library’s Sunday Sounds Special Series.
Marchena has performed throughout North America and Europe and has shared the stage with such well-known performers as J. Geils and Jon Finn of The Boston Pops. A graduate of Berklee College of Music, he has gone on to teach Contemporary Rock/Metal Ensemble there. This is a not-to-be-missed event!
This series is presented in partnership with the Boston Classical Guitar Society and sponsored by Coastal Heritage Bank.
Tuesday, March 14 at 7 p.m. — Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day
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