Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 1/23-1/24/2016by - Jan 24, 2016
Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Sunday, January 24, 2016 - Sunday, January 24, 2016.
Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 1/16-1/17/2016by - Jan 17, 2016
Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Sunday, January 17, 2016 - Sunday, January 17, 2016.
Photo Coverage: 6 Days Left to Catch The Exhibition LES MISERABLES: FROM PAGE TO STAGEby Oliver Oliveros - Jan 17, 2016
After a 19-month run across Australia (Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, and Brisbane), amassing 588 performances, Cameron Mackintosh's acclaimed reimagined production of Claude-Michel Schonberg and Alain Boublil's 30-year-old megamusical LES MISERABLES closes today, January 17, at Queensland Performing Arts Centre's (QPAC) 2,000-seat Lyric Theatre. Fans of the musical can still catch the free supplementary exhibition titled 'Les Miserables: From Page to Stage' at QPAC's Tony Gould Gallery until this Friday, January 23. (more...)
Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 1/9-1/10/2016by - Jan 10, 2016
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Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 11/21-11/22/2015by - Nov 22, 2015
Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Sunday, November 22, 2015 - Sunday, November 22, 2015.
Photo Coverage: Australian Production of LES MISERABLES Premieres in Brisbane; Show Runs Thru 1/17by Oliver Oliveros - Nov 22, 2015
18 months after it opened in Melbourne, the original Australian production of Cameron Mackintosh's reimagined edition of the 30-year-old megamusical LES MISERABLES officially opened at Queensland Performing Arts Centre's (QPAC) largest venue, the 2,000 seat Lyric Theatre, last November 13. (more...)
Adding Oscar-Nominated Song 'Suddenly' to LES MIS Stage Remains Uncertainby Oliver Oliveros - Nov 2, 2015
'If you don't have a camera zooming straight into the eyes or catching a close-up of a hand touching another hand, it doesn't work,' said Claude-Michel Schonberg, the French composer of now 30-year-old musical 'Les Miserables' (Les Mis), when asked about the possibility of adding the Oscar-nominated song 'Suddenly,' especially written for the 2012 movie adaptation, to 'Les Mis' onstage. (more...)
More Australian Actors to Join Cast of LES MIS in Manila; Tickets Go On Sale to General Public Today, 10/30by Oliver Oliveros - Oct 29, 2015
Australian actors Kerrie Anne Greenland (Eponine), Chris Durling (Enjolras), and Emily Langridge (Cosette) will join previously announced cast members Simon Gleeson (Jean Valjean), Earl Carpenter (Javert), and Rachelle Ann Go (Fantine) when the new Asian Tour of the newly reimagined LES MISERABLES (LES MIS) kicks off at The Theatre at Solaire (1 Aseana Ave. Entertainment City, Paranaque City) in March 2016. Visit TicketWorld.com.ph to buy tickets. (more...)
Rebecca Vere Leads BEYOND THE BARRICADE in Concert Tonightby Oliver Oliveros - Oct 7, 2015
Best known for her role as Meredith Parker in the UK transfer of 'Bat Boy: The Musical,' Rebecca Vere, who also appeared in the London productions of 'South Pacific' and 'Hair,' joins Andy Reiss ('Les Miserables'), David Fawcett ('Les Miserables'), and Katie Leeming ('Les Miserables)' in BEYOND THE BARRICADE In Concert at The Theatre, Solaire Resorts and Casino tonight, October 7, at 8 p.m. (more...)
Rebecca Vere Leads BEYOND THE BARRICADE In Concert, 10/7by Oliver Oliveros - Oct 4, 2015
Best known for her role as Meredith Parker in the UK transfer of 'Bat Boy: The Musical,' Rebecca Vere, who also appeared in the London productions of 'South Pacific' and 'Hair,' joins Andy Reiss ('Les Miserables'), David Fawcett ('Les Miserables'), and Katie Leeming ('Les Miserables)' in BEYOND THE BARRICADE In Concert at The Theatre, Solaire Resorts and Casino on Wednesday, October 7, at 8 p.m. (more...)
Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 9/19-9/20/2015by - Sep 20, 2015
Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Sunday, September 20, 2015 - Sunday, September 20, 2015.
Photo Flash: Prior to Asia Tour, Rachelle Ann Go Plays Fantine in Londonby Oliver Oliveros - Sep 20, 2015
Sir Cameron Mackintosh, the legendary producer of 'Les Miserables' ('Les Mis'), recently announced the Australian company of the completely reimagined edition of 'Les Mis'--similar to the production that's currently running on Broadway--will tour across Asia, starting with Manila, Philippines. (more...)
Hunter Parrish, Montego Glover & More Set for MasterVoices' PIRATES OF PENZANCE Concert at New York City Centerby BWW News Desk - Sep 16, 2015
MasterVoices kicks off the 2015-2016 season with The Pirates of Penzance; or, The Slave of Dutyon October 15-16, 2015 at 8pm at New York City Center, 131 W. 55th Street, New York City. Following the success of our 2012 Mikado at Carnegie Hall, MasterVoices' semi-staged presentation of The Pirates of Penzance will feature a cast of stars from the Broadway and opera worlds, along with Orchestra of St. Luke's performing Arthur Sullivan's original orchestrations under the direction of Artistic Director Ted Sperling. Single tickets are $30-$130 and are available at NYCityCenter.org.For more information visit: www.mastervoices.org/city-center-series. (more...)
BWW Review: #popepular Thinks Global, Acts Localby Oliver Oliveros - Sep 13, 2015
To think globally and act locally in the current age of globalization might seem a little bit of a cliche; 'but it's far less common for [global] companies to really get it right because it's not just about [having] a local language website,' says The Economist. 'It means being where your customer is, speaking to them in their own language and, crucially, having culturally relevant messages and content.' Where most of these companies fail repeatedly, grassroots theater company Philippine Stagers Foundation (PSF) successfully embraces the decades-old mantra, especially resounding and resplendent in its current touring production, '#popepular: Pa'no Kung Pinoy Si Kiko?,' a new Filipino musical in Tagalog (Filipino). (more...)
BWW Review: SINGIN' IN THE RAIN International Tour 2015by Rocky Christopher Fajardo - Sep 9, 2015
You catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. SINGIN' IN THE RAIN is theatrical proof of how this age-old formula can work wonders. With syrupy and infectious melodies, stunning choreography and visually-stunning sets, this monumentally theatrical homage to the most beloved classics in the Nacio Brown and Arthur Freed canon perfectly fits the bill for a 'Mary J. Blige Pre-Approved' musical- it is uncomplicated, lavish technicolor entertainment--without the drama. (more...)
Review Roundup: SINGIN' IN THE RAIN International Tour 2015by BWW News Desk - Sep 6, 2015
The latest international touring production of the film-to-stage adaptation of SINGIN' IN RAIN, produced by Stage Entertainment and Chichester Festival Theatre, opened at the Theatre at Solaire Resort and Casino (ASEANA Avenue, Paranaque, Manila) last August 20 and will run through September 13. (more...)
5th The Outstanding Filipino Americans In New York Awards Set Oct. 31 at Carnegie Hallby BWW News Desk - Sep 1, 2015
In its fifth edition, The Outstanding Filipino Americans in New York (TOFA-NY) Awards honor 15 organizations and individuals who have inspired the community with their passion, conviction, and achievements. Presented by AARP, TOFA-NY caps the month-long Filipino American Heritage celebrations in the New York tri-state area. This year's TOFA-NY Awards ceremony is slated for 8 p.m. on October 31 at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall. (more...)
Photo Flash: Sixteen Bars Holds Broadway Open-Mic Nightby Oliver Oliveros - Aug 16, 2015
Performing arts education advocates Sixteen Bars brought back their highly successful series of open mics titled SHOW OFF: BROADWAY OPEN MIC, where any musical theater enthusiast could turn up and perform a song on stage, at DITO: Bahay ng Sining (J. Molina Street, Marikina City) last July 25. (more...)
BWW Interviews: Bethany Dickson Talks Debbie Reynolds, Jonathan Roxmouth, and SINGIN' IN THE RAINby Oliver Oliveros - Aug 9, 2015
Of her role in SINGIN' IN THE RAIN, Bethany Dickson says, 'Kathy Selden is ambitious, full of sunshine and positivity! To stay true to the character, that's my mission - that the character maintains that feisty, bubbly ambition that Debbie Reynolds portrayed in the movie.' (more...)
Reflections: What SINGIN' IN THE RAIN Lacks in Star Power, It Makes Up for In Extended Scenes, Live Spectacleby Oliver Oliveros - Jul 28, 2015
When compared to SUNSET BOULEVARD, which follows the same classic film-to-stage pedigree as SINGIN' IN THE RAIN and tackles the same dilemma of making the transition from silent films to talkies in the 1920s - albeit of psychological melodrama in genre compared to the latter's rollicking parody - SUNSET BOULEVARD had big stars of stage and screen who headlined West End and Broadway. SINGIN' IN THE RAIN did not delve into such stunt casting from the onset - unless you consider Tommy Steele, who originated the role of Don Lockwood in the West End, as big as Elvis Presley or Gene Kelly, the silver screen's original Lockwood. (more...)
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