Courtesy of BroadwayWorld.com
The Puppet Shakespeare Players and STT Productions present the world premiere of PUPPET TITUS ANDRONICUS - a fresh, comedic take on Shakespeare's "worst" play performed in the style of "Avenue Q" - Off-Broadway at Theatre Row's Beckett Theatre (410 West 42nd Street) in Manhattan. Directed by Ryan Rinkel, PUPPET TITUS ANDRONICUS will begin preview performances tonight, July 24 prior to an official press opening of July 30, and will continue to play through August 17.
Dee and his son Shane were interviewed on Bloomberg TV's Taking Stock.
Let all help my good friend from Desperado, Bernie Torme, on the release of his new album. He is doing this without using a record company, it's just Bernie and his fans!
Courtesy of Blabbermouth
Twisted Sister singer Dee Snider spoke to MotorTrend.com about "Dee Snider's Rock & Roll Christmas Tale", starring and written by the iconic rocker, directed by Adam John Hunter and produced by John B. Yonover, which will play the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place (175 E Chestnut) November 4, 2014 through January 4, 2015. "It's a musical I wrote about a struggling rock and roll band who sells their souls to the devil, but find they magic of Christmas instead," Dee said. "It's alternative holiday entertainment, but it's gotten a really great response and we're finally launching it in Chicago, hopefully bringing it to Broadway in 2015. I've been working on it for five years, starting rehearsals in September and I think we start previews in October. It is pretty crazy."
Courtesy of MotorTrend
Celebrity Drive: Twisted Sister's Dee Snider And His Dodge
Muscle-Car Guy Loves His Dodge Demon Challenger SRT8
Car he learned to drive in
Although he was born in Astoria, Queens, Snider learned to drive on the suburban streets of New York's Long Island, where he grew up. "My father originally tried to teach me in a 1967 Plymouth station wagon, three-speed, manual on the tree, the shifter is on the steering column, old school," he recalls. "I was the oldest of six and I was the first person he tried to teach and he always had shift cars."