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InDepth InterView Special Flashback: Elaine Stritch
by Pat Cerasaro - July 17, 2014

AUTHOR'S NOTE: One of the most iconic Broadway leading ladies in theatrical history, in honor of her passing earlier today at the age of 89, let us revisit this career-spanning InDepth InterView with the one and only Elaine Stritch. As a personal aside, following the conclusion of the interview proper the conversation between Ms. Stritch and I continued for several more minutes and she emphatically relayed to me that this had been her favorite interview to date and that she was incredibly apprec... (more...)
BWW Interviews: Broadway Star Wesley 'Tay Tay' Taylor On Putting In Work, Broadway and TV
by Katricia Lang - July 22, 2014

Prepare yourselves b***hes! Tay Tay's coming to town. And not the lovely girl with a beautiful voice. It's Wesley 'Tay Tay' Taylor, the lovely boy with a beautiful voice. And he's here to teach you. Not just how to sing but how to sang. The Broadway star has teamed up with the Straight From New York... (more...)
BWW Review: FIVE WOMEN WEARING THE SAME DRESS Shows the Evolving Female Role in Society
by Maggie Yates - July 22, 2014

In some aspects of American culture, weddings are considered amongst the most stressful episodes a person can endure. Despite the happiness associated with the affair, weddings offer a minefield of potential familial discord, monetary pressure, and the inevitable anxiety people feel surrounding thei... (more...)
BWW Interviews: I WISH YOU LOVE Actor Dennis Spears Talks the Mystique of Nat 'King' Cole
by Katricia Lang - July 21, 2014

For all his hard work and talent, Nat 'King' Cole was treated to segregated concert halls, burning crosses and slurs. We know what he did do. We know what he didn't do (ask the NAACP). We know Kimye's wedding menu. But we don't know Nat 'King' Cole. This is what I WISH YOU LOVE seeks. To push throug... (more...)
BWW Interviews: Playwright ROBERT CAISLEY Premieres LUCKY ME at NJ Rep
by Marina Kennedy - July 21, 2014

New Jersey Repertory Company will have the World Premiere of 'Lucky Me' by playwright Robert Caisley. The romantic comedy is directed by SuzAnne Barabas and will be on the Long Branch stage from July 31st through August 31st.... (more...)
BWW Interviews: Choreographers Patti Colombo and Karl Warden Thrill Maine Audiences
by Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold - July 21, 2014

'I definitely have a choreographic style - much of what I do is ballet-based and athletic, but I was trained in the Jack Cole manner. My mentors, Ron Lewis, Ron Fields, were all Jack Cole people. I have a strong sense of jazz, true American jazz based in ballet.' The speaker is a petite, svelte, ... (more...)
BWW Interviews: Tony Winner Linda Cho Talks About ORPHAN OF ZHAO
by E.H. Reiter - July 21, 2014

Interview with 2014 Tony Award Winner Best Costume Design of a Musical for Linda Cho about THE ORPHAN OF ZHAO now playing at the La Jolla Playhouse... (more...)
BWW Interviews: James Vasquez Brings PAGEANT to the Cygnet Theatre
by E.H. Reiter - July 21, 2014

PAGEANT is back at the Cygnet Theatre and James Vasquez is happy to be the man that directs this new production. I was able to chat with him between rehearsals to chat about bringing the Glamouresse pageant back to the stage. PAGEANT is playing at the Cygnet Theatre through Sunday, August 31.... (more...)
BWW Interview: Chicago's Dynamic Duo AMY AND FREDDY Headline The Copa Palm Springs, Beginning Tonight
by David Green - July 18, 2014

The COPA PALM SPRINGS presents Chicago, music and comedy legends Amy Armstrong and Freddy Allen for two performances, July 18 and 19 at 8:00 pm. Amy and Freddy have graced the stages coast-to-coast, both large and small, and in over 20 countries with their one-of-a-kind wit and musical prowess. The... (more...)
BWW Interviews: Playwright Abby Koenig Talks World Premiere of SPAGHETTI CODE
by Nyderah Williams - July 18, 2014

SPAGHETTI CODE is Koenig's second world premiere with Horse Head Theatre Company and is part of the company's new initiative to produce female playwrights.... (more...)
BWW Interviews: Maine Native to Star at The Arundel Barn Playhouse
by Dan Marois - July 18, 2014

For Chrissy Albanese, it is a far cry from her first theater experiences at Gorham High School, the Windham Center Stage Theater and the Schoolhouse Arts Center, to the stage of one of Maine's best loved summer theaters, Arundel Barn Playhouse.... (more...)
BWW Interviews: Kate Pazakis Talks Innovations at Rockwell Table and Stage
by Don Grigware - July 16, 2014

Belting songstress Kate Pazakis was recently named executive producer of Rockwell Table and Stage in Hollywood. In our chat she talks about her past successes and gives us a glimpse of her big plans for Rockwell's immediate future. Kate, you have an amazing voice and have become known as one of t... (more...)
BWW Reviews: Stars of MSMT's SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS Reimagine Their Roles
by Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold - July 16, 2014

'What I love that Patti [Colombo] is doing with this show is that she is not making it a sepia-toned romance,' declares Jarid Faubel, the actor who portrays Adam Pontipee in Maine State Music Theatre's new production of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, directed and choreographed by Patti Colombo, wh... (more...)
BWW Interviews: Michael Tapley and Shay Rodgers Talk TUTS' WHOREHOUSE
by Kristina Nungaray - July 15, 2014

Every summer Houston audiences gear up for Theatre Under the Stars' (TUTS) free summer musical at the Miller Outdoor Theatre. Top-notch talent and a free price tag make these summer productions an event that is too good to miss. This year, TUTS will be filling the Miller Outdoor Theatre with one who... (more...)
BWW Interviews: Playwright Kris Thompson Talks BAD MEDICINE
by Katricia Lang - July 14, 2014

Sheriff Gene Ranger and childhood sweetheart Nurse Becky Trueheart are concerned, but not alarmed, when an unconscious beauty is brought in and seems to have amnesia, only to be cured by the smooth talking snake oil salesman Bodkin Shamley. Before you know it, the Sheriff is madly in love with the m... (more...)
BWW Interview: Chatting with ATOMIC Star Sara Gettelfinger
by Adrienne Onofri - July 14, 2014

The onetime Broadway hoofer is costarring in the new musical about the men behind the Manhattan Project--as the woman who loved one of them.... (more...)
BWW Interviews: Galen Crawley Explains Why Aurora Theatre's MARY POPPINS is Full of Magic, Laughs, and Tears
by Matt Tamanini - July 14, 2014

If you have been paying attention to the Atlanta theatre scene for the last three years, actress Galen Crawley has undoubtedly caught your eye. From leading family-friendly musicals to starring in more cutting-edge material, Crawley is certainly one of the community's brightest rising stars. This we... (more...)
BWW Interviews: Local Actor Hits Big Screen in TAMMY
by Todd Zeigler - July 11, 2014

This space is normally reserved for the shows and stars of local stages. But chances are that if you also watch a lot of TV, you've been seeing one of those local faces a lot lately.... (more...)
BWW Interviews: Amy Oestreicher
by Sherry Shameer Cohen - July 11, 2014

When you lose most of your digestive system, what more is there to fear?... (more...)
BWW Interviews: William Squier
by Sherry Shameer Cohen - July 11, 2014

What it takes to write a children's musical... (more...)
BWW Interviews: Dennis Tamblyn - Pushing the Limits
by Jeanmarie Simpson - July 11, 2014

I've seen too many times people go through a tragedy and that tragedy defines them. My dad and sister would be so angry with me if I used their deaths as an excuse to be a negative or bitter person. They both were wonderful, positive people and I feel that it is my duty to carry on their legacy as p... (more...)
BWW Interviews: The Cast of LYING IN STATE Discusses the Wacky, Wonderful Comedy
by Johnna Leary - July 09, 2014

Most people have heard the usual jokes about some senators being so old, they are practically dead in office. But what if your local senator running for re-election actually was dead? Welcome to the wacky, woeful dilemma in Lying in State, a comedy by David C. Hyer, directed by Jeff Czerbinski an... (more...)
BWW Interviews: Bucking Dance Trends with BOK and Steven van Wyk
by David Fick - July 09, 2014

Steven van Wyk and Underground Dance are back at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown with a new dance piece, BOK.... (more...)
BWW Interviews: TUTS Puts the Whore Back in WHOREHOUSE, Takes Out Damn
by Katricia Lang - July 09, 2014

THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS is a light-hearded musical based on the notorious Texas born brothel 'Chicken Ranch.' Thanks to a silent agreement between the madam, Miss Mona Stangley, and Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd (based on good ol' boy Sheriff Jim Flournoy), things are all quiet on the range. But ... (more...)
BWW Interviews: The Jubers Discuss WITHOUT ANNETTE Set to Open at Whitefire, 7/10
by Don Grigware - July 08, 2014

Hope Juber and Laurence Juber discuss their latest stage endeavor Without Annette set to open Thursday July 10 at the Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks. Hope co-penned the play with Jeff Doucette. Her husband Laurence serves as producer.... (more...)
BWW Interviews: Artistry and Prudence - William Mason, Part 2
by Erica Miner - July 08, 2014

Clearly the people at SDO can learn a lot from William Mason.... (more...)

 
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