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BWW Interview: Mike Shepherd Talks KNEEHIGHBWW Interview: Mike Shepherd Talks KNEEHIGH
by Tim Wright - Jul 19, 2017

Mike Shepherd is an actor, director, teacher and the Artistic Director of Kneehigh. He started Kneehigh in 1980 and has worked almost exclusively for the company ever since. He is currently playing King Mark in their acclaimed production of Tristan & Yseult and is about to direct a new production of The Tin Drum. We met in the surrounds of the Bristol Old Vic Backstage Bar to talk. (more...)

BWW Review:  A.A. Milne's THE LUCKY ONE Receives a Rare Revival From The MintBWW Review: A.A. Milne's THE LUCKY ONE Receives a Rare Revival From The Mint
by Michael Dale - May 26, 2017

One look at the country home setting designer Vicki R. Davis has devised for The Mint Theater Company's intriguing revival of A.A. Milne's rarely visited THE LUCKY ONE and a playgoer wouldn't be blamed for anticipating a night of vintage bon mots and comedy of manners gracefulness. (more...)

BWW Review: 'Daring to Be Happy' THE MARRIAGE OF ALICE B. TOKLAS by Gertrude Stein is a Thrilling Exploration of IdentityBWW Review: 'Daring to Be Happy' THE MARRIAGE OF ALICE B. TOKLAS by Gertrude Stein is a Thrilling Exploration of Identity
by Amy Oestreicher - May 20, 2017

'There ain't no answer. There ain't gonna be any answer. There never has been an answer. That's the answer.' -Gertrude Stein (more...)

BWW Review: The Marriage of Alice B. Toklas by Gertrude Stein Is A Bag of MarvelsBWW Review: The Marriage of Alice B. Toklas by Gertrude Stein Is A Bag of Marvels
by Juan Michael Porter II - May 19, 2017

With much pretending at being someone who may or may not have been there - and tons of fun puns in this toiling word-play of a French farce - our minds are sent into a dizzying dervish of delight as the four main characters battle it out over who was a true genius and what the meaning of meaning amounts to once those geniuses have left the room. (more...)

BWW Review: Wagner's HOLLANDER Flies Under Nezet-Seguin, with Volle and Wagner, at the MetBWW Review: Wagner's HOLLANDER Flies Under Nezet-Seguin, with Volle and Wagner, at the Met
by Richard Sasanow - Apr 28, 2017

The audience was there to be thrilled on Tuesday, when the Met's new Music Director, Yannick Nezet-Seguin, took on Wagner's DER FLIEGENDE HOLLANDER (THE FLYING DUTCHMAN) and they weren't disappointed. It was a musically glorious performance with the Met orchestra in peak form under its new maestro, the company's great chorus both charming and energetic, and the cast of principals marvelous, led by baritone Michael Volle in the title role and soprano Amber Wagner as Senta. (more...)

PARAMOUR Soars Into Final Two Weeks on the Great White WayPARAMOUR Soars Into Final Two Weeks on the Great White Way
by BWW News Desk - Apr 3, 2017

Cirque du Soleil Theatrical's smash production of Paramour, the organization's first show created specifically for Broadway begins its final two weeks. There are only 16 performances remaining to see Broadway's high-flying spectacle before the final credits roll on April 16. (more...)

Harry Bicket Conducts Handel's 'Ariodante' at Carnegie Hall, 4/30Harry Bicket Conducts Handel's 'Ariodante' at Carnegie Hall, 4/30
by BWW News Desk - Mar 21, 2017

On Sunday, April 30 at 2:00 p.m., Harry Bicketconducts Handel's Ariodante at Carnegie Hall with acclaimed baroque orchestra The English Concert. In this concert presentation of Handel's brilliantly melodic work, mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato performs the title role joined by sopranos Christiane Karg (Ginevra) and Joélle Harvey (Dalinda), contralto Sonia Prina (Polinesso), tenors David Portillo(Lurcanio) and Tyson Miller (Odoardo), with bass-baritone Matthew Brook (King of Scotland). (more...)

Vital Theatre Company's PINKALICIOUS THE MUSICAL Celebrates 10 Pinktastic Years Off-BroadwayVital Theatre Company's PINKALICIOUS THE MUSICAL Celebrates 10 Pinktastic Years Off-Broadway
by BWW News Desk - Mar 16, 2017

The award-winning VITAL THEATRE COMPANY's long-running hit PINKALICIOUS THE MUSICAL, which celebrated its 10th anniversary in January, continues performing at Theater at Blessed Sacrament on selected Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00 pm, through May 28, 2017. (more...)

BWW Interview: In Met's IDOMENEO, Soprano Nadine Sierra Flies HighBWW Interview: In Met's IDOMENEO, Soprano Nadine Sierra Flies High
by Richard Sasanow - Mar 8, 2017

In our time, IDOMENEO is the earliest of Mozart's operas regularly done, its full title being IDOMENEO, RE DI CRETA OSSIA ILIA E IDAMANTE--or IDOMENEO, KING OF CRETE, OR ILIA AND IDAMANTE. “Ilia” of the extended title is the daughter of Priam, the king of Troy. (“Idamante” is Idomeneo's son.) At the Met starting this week, Ilia is being sung by the skyrocketing young American soprano, Nadine Sierra. (more...)

BWW Review: THE GREAT COMET Outshines HAMILTON in Perry T's Annual Broadway RoundupBWW Review: THE GREAT COMET Outshines HAMILTON in Perry T's Annual Broadway Roundup
by Perry Tannenbaum - Mar 7, 2017

Perry T's latest New York Roundup includes six Broadway shows; NATASHA, PIERRE & THE GREAT COMET, HAMILTON, A BRONX TALE, IN TRANSIT, PARAMOUR, and ON YOUR FEET! plus three off-Broadway shows; PRUDENCIA HART, SPAMILTON, and CAGNEY (more...)

BWW Review:  Janie Dee Makes a Smashing Return To New York as Feminist Fighter LINDABWW Review: Janie Dee Makes a Smashing Return To New York as Feminist Fighter LINDA
by Michael Dale - Mar 4, 2017

It's not exactly a spoiler to note that the closing scene of Penelope Skinner's wonderfully absorbing and issue-oriented dramatic comedy, LINDA, has the title character, a successful marketing executive, addressing a group of colleagues in the year 2007, excited about how the anti-aging cream she promotes has been putting out the message that the beauty in all women of all ages is a cause for celebration. (more...)

BWW Review: NEW YORK THEATRE BALLET in Works by Antony Tudor and Martha ClarkeBWW Review: NEW YORK THEATRE BALLET in Works by Antony Tudor and Martha Clarke
by Barnett Serchuk - Mar 3, 2017

New York Theatre Ballet's presentation on February 25, 2017, was a dedication of sorts to Antony Tudor and Martha Clarke. If the evening was less than memorable due to the thinness of the material, it did offer glimpses into the minds of two creative artists who have tried, and often succeeded, in pushing the boundaries of pure dance into a psychological state. (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look at Janie Dee in the American Debut of LINDA at MTCPhoto Flash: First Look at Janie Dee in the American Debut of LINDA at MTC
by BWW News Desk - Feb 28, 2017

Linda, the new play by Penelope Skinner (The Ruins of Civilization at MTC, The Village Bike), directed by MTC's award-winning Artistic Director Lynne Meadow (The Assembled Parties, Wit), opens tonight, February 28, at MTC at New York City Center - Stage I (131 West 55th Street). BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below! (more...)

BWW Review:  Caryl Churchill's ESCAPED ALONE Yearns For a Post-Apocalyptic Return To NormalcyBWW Review: Caryl Churchill's ESCAPED ALONE Yearns For a Post-Apocalyptic Return To Normalcy
by Michael Dale - Feb 22, 2017

When tragedy strikes a community, after the initial shock and the effort to neutralize the situation, there's always a strong desire to return to normalcy. (more...)

Want to Win Big on Broadway? How to Score Tickets Via Digital Lottery!Want to Win Big on Broadway? How to Score Tickets Via Digital Lottery!
by BWW News Desk - Feb 5, 2017

Now more than ever, Broadway shows are switching over to a digital lottery, allowing fans an equal chance at these coveted tickets without having to wait in long lines in inclement weather. Here's a look at all of the shows that are currently offering a digital lottery, and how you can get in on the action! (more...)

BWW Review: The Mint's YOURS UNFAITHFULLY, An Intriguing 1930s Look At Open MarriageBWW Review: The Mint's YOURS UNFAITHFULLY, An Intriguing 1930s Look At Open Marriage
by Michael Dale - Jan 31, 2017

Teetering somewhere between an incisive study of human fidelity and a sexy comedy of manners, Miles Malleson's Yours Unfaithfully is the kind of play that, under different circumstances, might have been made into a classic Hollywood romantic comedy starring Doris Day, Rock Hudson and Tony Randall. (more...)

BWW Review: David Ives' Verse Comedy, THE LIAR, Offers Alternative CorneilleBWW Review: David Ives' Verse Comedy, THE LIAR, Offers Alternative Corneille
by Michael Dale - Jan 30, 2017

Press performances for David Ives' sharp and funny verse comedy THE LIAR began just around the time when political headlines were being made about the phrase 'alternative facts.' (more...)

YOURS UNFAITHFULLY, Starring Max von Essen and More, Opens Tonight Off-BroadwayYOURS UNFAITHFULLY, Starring Max von Essen and More, Opens Tonight Off-Broadway
by BWW News Desk - Jan 26, 2017

The Mint Theater presents the World Premiere of Yours Unfaithfully by Miles Malleson, an 'un-Romantic Comedy' about the price of free love. The production is running at The Beckett Theater at Theatre Row through February 18th. Opening Night is set for tonight, January 26th. Yours Unfaithfully was published in 1933 but never produced, making Mint's production a very belated World Premiere. In honor of opening night, BroadwayWorld has a look at the cast in action below! (more...)

Mint Theater's World Premiere of YOURS UNFAITHFULLY Opens TomorrowMint Theater's World Premiere of YOURS UNFAITHFULLY Opens Tomorrow
by BWW News Desk - Jan 25, 2017

Tomorrow, Thursday, is Opening Night for Mint Theater's World Premiere of Yours Unfaithfully by Miles Malleson, an "un-Romantic Comedy" about the price of free love.  (more...)

BWW Review: AGATHA CHRISTIE'S MURDER ON THE NILE is a Fresh Take at GMU's Center for the ArtsBWW Review: AGATHA CHRISTIE'S MURDER ON THE NILE is a Fresh Take at GMU's Center for the Arts
by Hannah Wing - Jan 24, 2017

Set during an air raid in London during World War II, Aquila Theatre's production follows radio actors from BBC who find themselves with an incomplete cast. Through quick thinking, they decide to continue despite the air raid. After all, the show must go on…with or without Poirot. (more...)

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