Thursday, December 13, 2007

Tube Time: Fire up the DVR

Check your local listings and fire up the DVR:

1. Tonight on 30 Rock - Broadway legends Elaine Stritch and Anita Gillette join for a special Christmas episode

2. Friday, December 14th - The Making of Sweeney Todd on VH1

3. Monday, December 17th - 9:00 The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny from LA Opera on PBS

4. December 24th on PBS- 8:00 Renee's Sacred Songs
9:00 Three Tenors Christmas
10:00 Audra McDonald w/ the Mormons

5. December 31st on PBS - 8:00 Joshua Bell, Renee hosts

6. January 1st on PBS - 4:00 am Pavaroti in Central Park
5:00 am - The First Emperor
8:00 am - I Puritani
11:00 am - Barber of Seville
2:00 pm - Renee's Spirit of the Arts
9:30 pm - The Magic Flute
11:30 pm - Il Trittico
2:30 am - Eugene Onegin

7. January 5th on PBS - 2:30 am Candide


Anonymous said...

And for those of us who unfortunately live too far away to pop in on THE opera, the Met begins its simulcast this weekend with Romeo and Juliette. I'll be at the theater at noon on Saturday.


Esther said...

Thanks for the heads-up! I will definitely be checking out a few of these.

Steve On Broadway (SOB) said...

Sarah, I made it home last night in time to watch "30 Rock" and laughed harder than I have in a long time. That show is so brilliantly written. And I loved seeing Elaine Stritch, Anita Gillette and Buck Henry, too.

I just wonder how long ago they taped that Christmas episode given the ongoing screenwriters strike.