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BWW Recap: There She Is...MISS AMERICA! Can Miss NY Pull Off a Threepeat?
by Joseph OHern

It's that time of year again as fifty-two gorgeous young ladies take to the stage in Atlantic City to compete for the coveted title of MISS AMERICA! (more...)
BWW Reviews: Scott-Vincent Borba's COOKING YOUR WAY TO GORGEOUS Is More Than A Celebrity How-To
by Marakay Rogers

The celebrity skin-care guru with the hip clientele brings out an advice book for beauty that makes sense -- and also makes great food (more...)
BWW Reviews: Kirstie Clements' THE VOGUE FACTOR
by Marakay Rogers

The former VOGUE AUSTRALIA editor lifts the lid on how to get to the top, though not always how to stay there, and discloses some startling truths about the fashion industry in the process. (more...)
BWW Fashion Review: G.M. Collin Instant Radiance Eye Patches
by Rachel Stone

It's official: I'm in love with with G.M. Collin Instant Radiance Eye Patches. I have always said that there is a very fine line between need and want. But there is no grey area with this one - ... (more...)
BWW Review: Zoe Alexander Changing the World of Maternity Clothes
by Rachel Stone

Steve and Adriana Walkington have redefined the world of maternity clothes in London and the world. Their line of fashionable maternity wear, Zoe Alexander, began out of love, passion and Adriana's ... (more...)
BWW Review: Karen Finley's THE JACKIE LOOK
by Gabrielle Sierra

Karen Finley's solo performance of The Jackie Look is a narrative told by a resurrected Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. (more...)
by Daniel Collins

Take two living them in a tiny New York apartment with a female Peter Pan, an aspiring photographer, and a heroin loving hip-hop artist, all to tell a story about how women, ... (more...)
BWW Reviews: Jeffrey Wright Delivers Solid Performance at the Kranzberg
by Chris Gibson

After experiencing some initial success in the world of cabaret last year, Jeffrey Wright has returned to the Kranzberg Arts Center for a weekend of sold out performances. With the encouragement of me... (more...)
'Black Pearl Sings!' Tells Soulful Story
by Nancy Grossman

This play with music digs deep into the heritage of song and shows how two diverse women discover and reclaim their own souls by helping each other find meaning in the tragedies and challenges of thei... (more...)
'Dreamgirls' Lacks Soul
by Jan Nargi

High-tech production values crush the heart of this national touring revival despite great voices and generally strong performances (more...)
by Matthew David

If you have ever spent an afternoon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and had the opportunity to study some of the sketches done by Michelangelo Buonarroti or Leonardo Da Vinci you will be able to und... (more...)
BWW Reviews: COMIC POTENTIAL at 2nd Story Theatre in Warren
by Randy Rice

Comic Potential is Alan Ayckbourn's take on television of the future where actors are not actors at all, but machines. Given the success of James Cameron's Avatar, Ayckbourn might be on to something. (more...)
REVIEW: Piwacket Theatre for Children Continue Season with Debut of SNOW WHITE AND THE 8TH DWARF
by Chris Gibson

Piwacket Theatre for Children celebrates their 18th year in existence with the charming debut of their 18th original production SNOW WHITE AND THE 8TH DWARF (playing through January 30, 2010 at the Bl... (more...)
REVIEW: ELIANE ELIAS Gives Terrific Performance at the Sheldon January 23rd
by Chris Gibson

Eliane Elias is a superbly talented performer, having started on piano at age six in her native Brazil (Sao Paulo). She's grown up with the sounds of Bossa Nova wafting through the air and airwaves, a... (more...)
REVIEW: Kelli O'Hara Performs Exquisite O.C. Cabaret Debut, Ends 1/24
by Michael L. Quintos

Add 'Cabaret Queen' to this woman's long list of accomplishments. When three-time Tony nominee Kelli O'Hara steps in front of an audience and sings, you feel like you're in the presence of a true star... (more...)
BWW Reviews: SIGNS OF A NEW DAY at Z. Alexander Looby Theatre
by Jeffrey Ellis

Signs of a New Day is not a perfect play, by many measures, but the fact that it focuses on Looby - whose name almost every Nashvillian most certainly knows, but someone about whom they know precious ... (more...)
BWW Review: THE 101 DALMATIANS MUSICAL at Tennessee Performing Arts Center
by Jeffrey Ellis

You don't have to be a dog lover to enjoy The 101 Dalmatians Musical, but it doesn't hurt! Now onstage at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center's Andrew Jackson Hall, the national touring company of th... (more...)
REVIEW: Black Rep Opens 33rd Season with 1960's take on ROMEO AND JULIET
by Chris Gibson

In director Chris Anthony's notes in the program she discusses the question of relevance where Shakespeare's ROMEO AND JULIET is concerned. She correctly points out that 'Shakespeare wrote a story abo... (more...)
BWW Reviews: Ray Bradbury Charms With WISDOM 2116
by Don Grigware

Ray Bradbury's Wisdom 2116/ conceived, directed & choreographed by Steve Josephson/ Fremont Centre Theatre/ through February 27. (more...)
BWW Review: RUMORS at Chaffin's Barn Dinner Theatre
by Jeffrey Ellis

Led by the superb Mike Baum and Lydia Bushfield, it's a fast-paced comic tour de force for Wyckoff's talented players who deliver the goods with charm and wit. First presented on Broadway in the 1990s... (more...)
Fabel Directs Fantastic Foursome in 'Fabuloso'
by Nancy Grossman

An alternative lifestyle comedy that is long on laughs and absent politics is a welcome addition to the theatrical canon. The only messages here are of the life-is-short and it's-never-too-late variet... (more...)
BWW Reviews: MAN OF LA MANCHA at Vagabond
by Daniel Collins

'Man of La Mancha' is a satisfying evening's entertainment at Baltimore's Vagabond Theater, just don't look for Broadway caliber voices on Vagabond's diminutive stage. (more...)
REVIEW: Repertory Theatre of St. Louis Presents a Charming Production of A CHRISTMAS STORY
by Chris Gibson

I distinctly recall the very first time I saw the film version of A CHRISTMAS STORY (1983). I sat alone in a nearly empty theatre as it unspooled, all the while thinking it deserving of a much better ... (more...)
REVIEW: IRVING BERLIN'S WHITE CHRISTMAS comes to the Stage of the Fox Theatre through Dec 27
by Chris Gibson

I originally saw Paul Blake and David Ives' adaptation of the 1954 movie WHITE CHRISTMAS back in 2006 at the Muny. There have been some minor changes made to it since then, but it still follows the ba... (more...)
PANTO SEASON - REVIEW: ALADDIN, New Wimbledon Theatre, December 12 2009
by BWW News Desk

Harriet Humphries gives her verdict on Ruby Wax's turn as the genie in the UK's most hyped pantomime (more...)

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