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Who’s The Greatest Dancer? We know a few people who are buzzing to find out…

Judges Matthew Morrison and Oti Mabuse, and presenter Jordan Banjo gives us their breakdown of some of the finalists and tell us what they enjoy most about being on the show.

Watch the interview here

Matthew Morrison was reduced to tears as he watched James & Oliver perform their tricky moves during Saturday night’s The Greatest Dancer.

Yet James and Oliver’s tumble didn’t cost them because the Glee star, 40, cherry picked the duo for his final three to take into the live shows.

The actor was seen wiping away his tears after he was so touched by the brotherly performance from the 16-year-old and 11-year-old.

James and Oliver pulled off a number of tricky lifts together as they put on a contemporary style dance to Lukas Graham’s Seven Years Old.

Despite suffering a small tumble, the pair managed to impress the audience with their moves using only a bench as a prop.

Matthew was moved to tears by the duo’s dance and he insisted he ‘loved’ the stumble because it made them ‘human’.

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Matthew to perform at 54 Below in September
POSTED ON May 10, 2017 BY Valentina INUncategorized

Matthew will perform a series of concerts at 54 Below, in NYC, in September. Tickets on sale from May 15 on the 54 Below website.

Actors Matthew Morrison and Megan Hilty are singing with the legendary New York Pops this summer, but they won’t tell TODAY about secretly planned performances that aren’t in the program! However, Hilty does dish on her role in TV Land’s revival of “The First Wives Club,” and Morrison talks about the “life-changing experience” of visiting Africa on his honeymoon. (Run time: 3:01)

Matthew speaks onstage at the 24th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Oscar Viewing Party and poses with wife Renee and fellow actor Andrew Rannels on February 28, 2016.


All the pictures in the gallery: 24th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Oscar Viewing Party (February 28)

Matthew announces new tour dates!
POSTED ON Dec 14, 2015 BY Valentina INUncategorized

 

With his final performance on Finding Neverland fast approaching on January 24, Matthew is going back on the road for some more symphony concerts. First up:

March 19
Kansas City, MO
Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
Tickets and more info

March 24, 25 + 26
Houston, TX
Jones Hall
Tickets and more info

Volume 17 of Broadway’s Carols for a Cure, 2015’s edition of the annual holiday album, is now on sale. The two-disc, annual CD of original and traditional holiday music benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (BC/EFA), one of the nation’s leading industry-based, nonprofit AIDS fundraising and grant-making organizations.

 

Highlights from the track list include “Christmas Vacation,” performed by the cast of Beautiful — The Carole King Musical; “Joy to the World,” performed by the cast of Hamilton; “Go Tell It on the Mountain,” performed by the cast of Finding Neverland; and many more.

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Broadway.com is bringing you a recap of all the weird stuff that happened this week. From Sarah Jessica Parker’s house-sized closet to the food obsessions of our favorite Broadway stars, it’s all right here in the Lessons of the Week.

Matt Morrison & Adam Jacobs Are in a Cult
Before going the clean-cut route in Aladdin and Glee, these Broadway bros were apparently involved in some dark stuff. In college at NYU, the stars belonged to a creepy sounding group called “The Tribe,” which Jacobs joked was “a secret cult.” Hey, you guys need some more members? We’ll drink that Kool-Aid any day of the week.

Source: Broadway.com

Matthew-Morrison.net is undergoing a makeover!
POSTED ON Aug 29, 2014 BY Valentina INUncategorized

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Undeterred by Thursday night’s rainstorm, it was a slightly soggy yet enthusiastic crowd that turned out for Matthew Morrison in concert with the National Symphony Orchestra and special guest Laura Benanti at the Filene Center at Wolf Trap on July 10, 2014. They were not disappointed—the energy of the performers, as well as their amazing talent, made for one of the most entertaining concerts I have attended in a while.

Matthew Morrison is most known for his role as “Will Schuester” on the hit TV showGlee, as well as his many performances on Broadway, including South Pacific and The Light in the Piazza.  Laura Benanti was recently seen on television as “Elsa” in the NBC live telecast of The Sound of Music starring Carrie Underwood, and is a Tony Award-winner for her role as “Louise” in Gypsy on Broadway. As their many credits might suggest, both are consummate performers. Their screen and stage credits alone however do not reflect just how charismatic and energetic they are in front of a crowd—with their easy humor and lively dancing they had the audience eating out of the palm of their hands.

Under the consummate direction of Steven Reineke, the National Symphony Orchestra was fantastic backing up the singers as well as performing in their own right. They opened the concert with a bouncy arrangement of “New York, New York,” starting the concert with an energy that continued throughout the night.

The songs were chosen mostly from Broadway and the American Songbook, though with updated arrangements to fight the contemporary styles of Morrison and Benanti. They were clearly very comfortable with the song choices, and able to perform them with ease and mastery. Morrison has a jazzy sensibility that is perfectly suited to the lounge songs such as “The Lady is a Tramp”, “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore,” and “It Don’t Mean a Thing if It Ain’t Got That Swing”, and his smooth tenor voice more than did them justice. Benanti showed her capability with big Broadway numbers, singing the standards such as “The Sound of Music” and “I Could Have Danced All Night” with her creamy, golden soprano.

The best part of the night however was not one particular song or moment, but rather was Morrison’s dancing in every number! This self-proclaimed “song and dance man” was exactly that, as he danced all around the stage during his numbers, soft-shoeing, dancing with the microphone stand, taking over the conductor’s baton to conduct the orchestra, dancing with his fedora, and even dancing with an umbrella during his fantastic performance of “Singin’ in the Rain.” His humor was infectious and had me completely enthralled.

Other highlights were the duets between Morrison and Benanti. They sang a lovely, intimate duet of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” during which Morrison also showed off his ukulele skills as their voices blended and complemented each other wonderfully. Their best duet though was their encore: a symphonic arrangement of Pharrell’s “Happy.” They had the audience on their feet, clapping along and laughing and wishing that the concert wasn’t over already.

While there were occasional sound issues (the orchestra at times overpowered Morrison, and there was a startlingly loud “blat” during one of the numbers), the stalwart souls who braved the rainstorm and the DC traffic to get out to Wolf Trap were well rewarded with an evening of fun, entertainment, and good song.

Running Time: 2 hours, with a 15-minute intermission.

 

Source: DC Metro Arts

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