On this week’s episode we have a marathon-worthy podcast, a gift idea for the Broadway fans in your life, and Starlight premieres Starlight@Home.
7 Reasons To Check Out ‘The Two Princes’ Podcast
Looking for a marathon-worthy podcast? Look no further than The Two Princes, streaming on Spotify and Gimlet! Season three was just released earlier this year, making for a total of 21 series episodes all together. The Two Princes tells the story of Prince Rupert and Amir, who originally partner up to save their kingdoms - but end up falling in love along the way. Starring Ari'el Stachel, who won a Tony Award in 2018 for his role in The Band’s Visit, and Noah Galvin, best known for his role on ABC’s sitcom The Real O’Neals and in the title role in Dear Evan Hansen, this fantasy action adventure podcast has a number of Broadway roots and is a fantastic listen for fans.
MaskUpCurtainUp Adds Face Masks from The Book of Mormon, Jagged Little Pill, Company, and more!
The Mask Up Curtain Up campaign has released a number of new, Broadway-themed facemasks just in time for the holiday season. With masks inspired by The Book of Mormon, Jagged Little Pill, Company, Chicago, Oklahoma, Tina: The Tina Turner Musical and many more, there’s something for every Broadway fan in your life! A portion of proceeds from sales will be donated to a variety of charities, chosen by each production. Mask Up Curtain Up originally began as a social media campaign, uniting theatrical productions throughout the world in encouraging fans to follow safety guidelines. The sooner everyone masks up, the sooner the curtain can go up on your favorite theatrical productions.
For more information or to purchase Broadway-themed facemasks, visit maskupcurtainup.com.
Introducing Starlight@Home with The Hip Hop Nutcracker
In a brand-new initiative, Starlight has introduced Starlight at Home! Featuring a number of streaming shows, Starlight at Home is an easy way to support Kansas City’s historic theatre while enjoying exclusive entertainment in the comfort and safety of your own home. First in the streaming line up is The Hip Hop Nutcracker. Perfect for the entire family, adults and kids alike will love the reimagined choreography set to Tchaikovsky’s timeless score. The story follows the original, with Maria-Clara and the Nutcracker Prince going on an adventure - but this time, it’s set in a contemporary back drop of New York City. Tickets are sold per household and are the perfect way to kick off the holiday season.