Tonight we celebrate our 100th show of Promises, Promises. It’s been an exciting ride since opening in late April. The box office has been booming. We recorded the album, which sounds great. We got a big bump in sales after the Tony Awards, where we performed the opening number. Sean Hayes was a tremendous host for the evening at Radio City and Kristin added some hilarious moments, too. In May we performed “Where Can You Take a Girl” on board the Intrepid for fleet week and again at Broadway in Bryant Park. In August I’m going to be doing a reading of a new musical adaptation of the B. H. Barry’s Peter Pan. It’s called “Pan”. It’s being directed by Jeffrey Seller – one of Broadway’s most successful producers. Choreography will be by Andy Blankenbuehler. Later in the year I will be back in the studio working with Stroman on a new ballet. More on that later.