Erich Bergen on social media and a decade of Jersey Boys

When nineteen-year-old podcaster Erich Bergen settled into his seat at Broadway’s recently renamed August Wilson Theatre in late 2005, he was not hopeful for the show that was about to unfold in front of him. He told, “I thought I was going to hate it. It was just coming off Lennon and Good Vibrations, […]

Erich Bergen lives a musical reel and real life

The Madam Secretary at Feinstein’s movement – Patina Miller and Robert Klein were recent participants – continues with the arrival of Erich Bergen, who plays buttoned-down assistant Blake Moran to Téa Leoni’s Secretary McCord on Sunday nights. In addition to the hit series, Bergen is best known for his long association with the musical Jersey […]

William Giammona finds his inner sinner

Bay Area actor William Giammona (Will to his friends and juh-MOH-na to everyone) has been racking up an impressive résumé on the local theatre scene. He just finished a summer-long stint playing multiple roles in City of Angels at San Francisco Playhouse. That credit gets added to a long list of mostly musicals and a […]

October at Feinstein’s at the Nikko

October moves from sublime of Michael Feinstein and Lorna Luft to divine when Katya Smirnoff-Skyy, when the City’s favorite ex-pat Russian songbird unveils Katya, A Bittersweet ‘90s Symphony for one night only. (10.06) The Countess is followed by the king of the keyboard, Grammy nominee Jim Brickman for two nights of instrumental inspiration and conversation. […]