11 Behind-The-Scenes Secrets of 'Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert'

11 Behind-The-Scenes Secrets of 'Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert'

Not everyone watched NBC's “Jesus Christ Superstar Live” on TV: More than 1,300 people made up the live audience that cheered on the show from the bleachers. Here's what the telecast, which starred John Legend, Brandon Victor Dixon, and Sara Bareilles, was like from inside the even
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'Jesus Christ Superstar Live': John Legend, Brandon Victor Dixon Score on Social Media

NBC's Easter night telecast of “Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert” sparked more than a few hosannas on social media. Reaction to the live staging of the 1970-vintage rock opera from Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice were strong and largely positive, with commenters raving about the
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Kim Jong-un 'moved' by K-pop peace concert in Pyongyang

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was deeply moved by a concert in Pyongyang featuring South Korea artists, the North's state news agency KCNA reports. It said the leader's heart had swelled when he saw the North Korean audience respond enthusiastically to the performances of famous K-pop
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Iron Maiden concert riot results in ban of alcohol outside Meadowlands concerts

Music fans will no longer be allowed to drink alcohol in parking lots at the Meadowlands Sports Complex, the state sports authority announced yesterday in the wake of a riot following a rock concert Saturday night. Robert E. Mulcahy III, president of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority, s
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WENY News – Kim Jong Un 'deeply moved' by K-pop concert in Pyongyang

(CNN) — North Korea leader Kim Jong Un, accompanied by his wife Ri Sol Ju, clapped and waved as he attended a rare concert of South Korean singers and performers in Pyongyang. After the two-hour plus concert, the North Korean leader and his wife shook hands with the pop stars, that included
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un 'deeply moved' by K-Pop concert in Pyongyang

Kim, the first North Korean leader ever to attend a show by entertainers from the South, shook hands with the performers and “expressed his deep thanks to them”, the North's official KCNA news agency reported. “He said that he was deeply moved to see our people sincerely acclaiming the
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