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Harmony Wheeler

Harmony Wheeler A theater lover since childhood, Harmony Wheeler has done Marketing and Public Relations work for Sierra Repertory Theatre, Hillhouse Opera Company and other companies. She graduated with high honors from Biola University with her degree in Journalism and an emphasis in Public Relations. In addition to working for the Gallo Center for the Arts, MJM Entertainment Group, Biola University Marketing and Communications, 6th Street PR, and Zimbabwe Gecko Society, Wheeler has written for The Modesto Bee, The Chimes, Static MultiMedia, BullyPulpit.com, TUFW Alumnus Magazine, Christian Book Previews, The Christian Communicator, and Church Libraries Magazine. Her photos appear in The Dominican Dream, a book available for purchase through Biola University's Journalism Department. Her photography and video work can be found at http://photographybyharmonywheeler.shutterfly.com/. To learn more about Harmony Wheeler, or to contact her for work possibilities, visit www.harmonywheeler.com.
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BWW Interviews: I Love Ethel Mertz - Lori Hammel on I LOVE LUCY LIVE ON STAGEBWW Interviews: I Love Ethel Mertz - Lori Hammel on LUCY LIVE
Posted: Nov. 4, 2014


BWW Interviews: Brian Kohn on Pink Floyd's THE WALLBWW Interviews: Brian Kohn on THE WALL
Posted: Oct. 28, 2014


BWW Reviews: THE BOY FRIEND is the Best Friend AroundBWW Reviews: THE BOY FRIEND is the Best Friend Around
Posted: Nov. 5, 2014


BWW Reviews: KURIOS full of Curiosities with Cirque du SoleilBWW Reviews: Cirque du Soleil's KURIOS full of Curiosities
Posted: Nov. 18, 2014


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Reviews: PIXAR in Concert at SF SymphonyBWW Reviews: PIXAR in Concert at SF Symphony
Posted: Jul. 18, 2014


BWW's Best of NorCal 2013 (Harmony's Picks) and What to Look Forward to in 2014BWW's Best of NorCal 2013 (Harmony's Picks) and What to Look Forward to in 2014
Posted: Jan. 1, 2014


BWW Reviews: HELLO DOLLY, Hello Sally Struthers!BWW Reviews: HELLO DOLLY, Hello Sally Struthers!
Posted: Feb. 19, 2014


BWW Reviews: Broadway Sacramento Brings in a WICKED Good CastBWW Reviews: Broadway Sacramento Brings in a WICKED Good Cast
Posted: May. 31, 2014


BWW Reviews: KURIOS full of Curiosities with Cirque du SoleilBWW Reviews: KURIOS full of Curiosities with Cirque du Soleil
November 18, 2014

Cirque du Soleil has always been a cabinet full of curiosities, and the fact of the matter finally found its own title and concept in Kurios, the latest show to tour under the grand chapiteau. While the imagery of the production harkens back to previous LA Cirque show Iris and the robotics of BBC's Dr. Who, Cirque's Kurios finds incredible new ways to display its artistry and talent.
BWW Reviews: THE BOY FRIEND is the Best Friend AroundBWW Reviews: THE BOY FRIEND is the Best Friend Around
November 5, 2014

Today women go to college to get their MRS degree, but apparently, back in the day, the youthful elite traveled to the south of France for school, and with great hopes of finding the perfect boyfriend. Such is the setting for 42nd Street Moon's latest production, "The Boy Friend," a delightful romp through the sunny beaches and high societies of 1920's Nice. It's nicer in Nice, but it's just as lovely at the Eureka Theatre in San Francisco, where director and choreographer Cindy Goldfield offers the most creative dancing and staging for the most adorable characters currently on stage.
BWW Interviews: I Love Ethel Mertz - Lori Hammel on I LOVE LUCY LIVE ON STAGEBWW Interviews: I Love Ethel Mertz - Lori Hammel on I LOVE LUCY LIVE ON STAGE
November 4, 2014

I Love Lucy Live on Stage's Lori Hammel spoke with BroadwayWorld San Francisco about the show's universal appeal and what you can expect from the classic TV-show turned theatrical experience. The show plays November 11 -23 at SHNSF's Curran Theatre.
BWW Interviews: Brian Kohn on Pink Floyd's THE WALLBWW Interviews: Brian Kohn on Pink Floyd's THE WALL
October 28, 2014

BroadwayWorld San Francisco talks with Brian Kohn, principal of the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts. He has a very unqiue production in store for Bay Area audiences: The Wall, based on album by Pink Floyd.
BWW Reviews: MASKED BALL in San FranciscoBWW Reviews: MASKED BALL in San Francisco
October 20, 2014

Verdi was a master at crescendo. In "Masked Ball," the score foreshadows and defines even while characters defy fate. As Count Anckarstrom laments his wife's betrayal in the opera's third act, the harp and violin take turn in old romance and revenge, building to a grand determination. Like Verdi's "Rigoletto" and "Il Trovatore," "A Masked Ball" concludes with a game-changing revelation in answer to an incredible setup.
BWW Reviews: Say a Happy Hello to BYE BYE BIRDIE in Walnut CreekBWW Reviews: Say a Happy Hello to BYE BYE BIRDIE in Walnut Creek
October 19, 2014

Contra Costa Musical Theatre knows how to put on a happy face. You will, too, after two and a half hours of living with Bye, Bye Birdie. Inspired by the likes of Elvis Presley, Ed Sullivan and the bright colors and square designs of the 1950's, CCMT's production features its usual high-tech scenic design and familiar faces in lead roles.
BWW Reviews: DO I HEAR A WALTZ Plays A Flat TuneBWW Reviews: DO I HEAR A WALTZ Plays A Flat Tune
October 7, 2014

When Broadway actress Emily Skinner takes the stage and opens 42nd Street Moon's current offering, the next two hours look bright and worthwhile. Venice, Italy, as displayed on stage by set designer Hector Zavala promises magical, mystical miracles. Yet as the musical progresses, rather slowly at that, the script turns Skinner's immediately likeable character into a flawed one, condemned for what may seem to many like reasonable judgment calls.
BWW Interviews: Hillbarn's Dan Demers Talks About FUNNY GIRL, New SeasonBWW Interviews: Hillbarn's Dan Demers Talks About FUNNY GIRL, New Season
September 15, 2014

BroadwayWorld spoke with Hillbarn Theatre Executive Director Dan Demers about the company's current show 'Funny Girl' and their upcoming season of 'Awakening.'
BWW Reviews: SF Opera's SUSANNAH a Stunning MasterpieceBWW Reviews: SF Opera's SUSANNAH a Stunning Masterpiece
September 11, 2014

Set in Tennessee around the time of the Dust Bowl, 'Susannah' takes its inspiration from a story in the book of Daniel. Composer Carlisle Floyd's decision to remove the original's redemptive prophet seems to condemn Christianity, but also gives his revised version the dramatic thrust needed to explore the human condition and turn out a masterpiece.
BWW Reviews: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF Brings Tradition to MercedBWW Reviews: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF Brings Tradition to Merced
September 1, 2014

Great theatre is tradition in Merced, where Playhouse Merced just opened its 2014-2015 season with "Fiddler on the Roof," now in its 50th Anniversary. The classical musical has become a tradition of its own in theatres across the world.
BWW Reviews: PIRATES OF PENZANCE a Glorious ThingBWW Reviews: PIRATES OF PENZANCE a Glorious Thing
August 11, 2014

A paradox! A paradox! A most ingenious paradox! Only the ridiculous humor and unpredictable circumstances of Gilbert and Sullivan could make so much sense. In the capable hands and clear diction of Lamplighters Musical Theatre, it is, indeed, a glorious thing to be a pirate king, or the audience of one.
BWW Reviews: Come Ye to BRIGADOON at Music CircusBWW Reviews: Come Ye to BRIGADOON at Music Circus
August 7, 2014

When Tommy Albright leaves the highlands of Scotland to return to New York, his surroundings only remind him of the call of Brigadoon. So it will be as 'Brigadoon's' mystical medleys and lyrical dances work their magic on Music Circus audiences now through August 10.
BWW Reviews: SOUTH PACIFIC is Younger Than Springtime at Music CircusBWW Reviews: SOUTH PACIFIC is Younger Than Springtime at Music Circus
July 24, 2014

The Music Circus scenic design by Scott Klier and Jamie Kumpf is as alluring as the great island itself, with palm tree leaves and dim lights at the plantation to draw audiences in. Even those who claim South Pacific or Rodgers and Hammerstein as classic, but outworn and boring will find enchantment at the California Musical Theatre production.
BWW Reviews: PIXAR in Concert at SF SymphonyBWW Reviews: PIXAR in Concert at SF Symphony
July 18, 2014

The San Francisco Symphony plays Toy Story, Finding Nemo, Ratatouille, A Bug's Life, WALL-E, Cars, Up, The Incredibles, Monsters Inc. and Brave through Sunday July 20 at the building with perfect acoustics, Davies Symphony Hall. Film clips accompany their counterparts, and even the few Pixar films that disappointed find new life and movement when highlighted with their scores. Two hours of Pixar music is pure magic.
BWW Reviews: MARY POPPINS Flies in to SacramentoBWW Reviews: MARY POPPINS Flies in to Sacramento
July 10, 2014

Sold out for the entirety of its run, Mary Poppins at Sacramento Music Circus steps in time to the beloved Disney musical. Thanks to a vivacious cast and plenty of clever trick costumes and sets, Mary maintains most of her magic.
BWW Reviews: SCT's SPAMALOT Full of CharacterBWW Reviews: SCT's SPAMALOT Full of Character
June 30, 2014

Stockton Civic Theatre's Spamalot is an animated musical well-fitting the over-the-top humor of its Monty Python inspiration. With golden facial expressions from Bill Yee as King Arthur's manservant Patsy, a myriad of accents from Tom MacDonald's multiple characters, and even a conductor (of Stockton's brand new, live orchestra) with great personality, the production had its opening night audience laughing uncontrollably. Oh yeah, and that King Arthur guy was pretty good too.
BWW REVIEWS: A CHORUS LINE Gets Sensational New Staging at Music CircusBWW REVIEWS: A CHORUS LINE Gets Sensational New Staging at Music Circus
June 26, 2014

Audiences may expect a slow build up to the grand "One" finale of A Chorus Line, the only number with sparkled costumes and bright lights. But what they actually get is one singular sensation of a musical, especially in Sacramento Music Circus' unique staging in the round.
BWW Reviews: ORPHAN OF ZHAO at ACT-SF is Intense Powerful DramaBWW Reviews: ORPHAN OF ZHAO at ACT-SF is Intense Powerful Drama
June 13, 2014

Beginning with small truths and oral tradition, legend eventually turns to the written word. At the heart of this process is Ji Junxiang's ancient play, The Orphan of Zhao, rooted in real events and a resonating theme of loyalty and justice. Currently reworked for American Conservatory Theatre (co-produced with La Jolla Playhouse) after a controversial run at Stratford in 2012, James Fenton's adaptation brings characters full circle, even in the midst of an onslaught of tastefully staged deaths.
BWW Reviews: TheatreWorks' MARRY ME A LITTLE Has Humor and AppealBWW Reviews: TheatreWorks' MARRY ME A LITTLE Has Humor and Appeal
June 9, 2014

Reset to San Francisco with a technology-inspired flair, TheatreWorks' current production of 'Marry Me A Little' is at once charming and original.
BWW Reviews: FANTASIA at SF SymphonyBWW Reviews: FANTASIA at SF Symphony
June 3, 2014

Classical music and drawn animation might be considered things of the past, but they had glorious relevance at the Davies Symphony Hall this past weekend. The Disney cartoons of 1940's revolutionary Fantasia played in brilliant, restored, high-definition color alongside clips from Fantasia 2000 with musical accompaniment by the San Francisco Symphony.


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