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NEW YORK (AP) — Trust a John Kander-Fred Ebb musical to make the sunny color of vitality and youth positively menacing.
By Patricia Reaney NEW YORK (Reuters) - Nearly 60 years after she won fame in "West Side Story," actress, dancer and singer Chita Rivera is back on Broadway as a very wealthy widow seeking revenge in "The Visit." The one-act musical about greed, love and retribution opened on Thursday night at the Lyceum Theater, following its debut in Chicago in 2001 and a run last summer at the Williamstown Theater Festival in Massachusetts. It is based on the 1956 play by Swiss author and dramatist Friedrich Durrenmatt. Two-time Tony winner Rivera, 82, starred in both productions and reprises the role of Claire Zachanassian, the world's richest woman, who married often and widowed well. "If ever a star deserved her moment of triumph, it's this 82-year-old belle dame." The Wall Street Journal said the long journey of the show, which was set to open on Broadway more than a decade ago, was worth the wait.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A Vegas-style nightclub with high-tech light and sound, video screens and several stages has become San Francisco's hottest venue for classical music.
Unveiled with backing of some of music's top stars, the Tidal streaming service led by rap mogul Jay Z has gotten off to a rocky start. The Internet radio provider Pandora was the most downloaded music app in the United States, with Spotify -- seen as the rival targeted by Tidal -- not far behind. Jay Z earlier this year bought Tidal from Swedish-listed parent Aspiro for $56 million amid a rapid growth in streaming, which allows unlimited on-demand music. At the relaunch of Tidal in New York, Jay Z brought out stars said to be partners in the service including Madonna, Kanye West, Daft Punk and Beyonce -- Jay Z's wife, who later released a love ballad for him exclusively on Tidal.