Stage17.tv, a new digital platform aiming “to lure a demographic of 25-to-54-year-old females by using Broadway as a jumping-off point,” (Variety) by specializing in original and curated entertainment for the world’s largest stage — the Internet.
Original programming on STAGE17.tv will include Middle (St)age, a video blog by Marina Lippman, a 40-something, not-quite-successful actress who is heading either for mid-life success…or crisis, created by two Mamma Mia cast members Jacob Pinion and Stacia Fernandez. Bad advice can be a drag, so Fabby shares wisdom on love, life, and all things FABulous in
Fabby Knows Best, her humorous and outrageously opinionated advice column. DressUp! with George B. Style goes behind the scenes with celebrity stylist George Brescia as he prepares Broadway’s finest, including Kate Baldwin and Victoria Clark, for opening nights and red carpet events. Fan Fare gives you the backstage scoop, from auditions to closing nights, as casts and creative teams from iconic Broadway shows reunite at the legendary Sardi’s with Julie James, host of On Broadway from SirusXM. Twenty-five year old Ian may still be a virgin… but it certainly isn’t for lack of imagination. Paying homage to iconic movie genres, Ian’s outrageous fantasies add cinematic grandeur to his otherwise unremarkable life.
STAGE17 executive produced the second seasons of audience favorites such as Wallflowers, by Kieran Turner (Jobriath A.D.), features four NYC friends who join a support group for people who cannot find dates, and in
In addition to the series mentioned, the site hosts over 100 hours of curated entertainment, where audiences will be sure to find something that suits their fancy. Viewers can join STAGE17.tv for access to the Beta site.