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Dr. Elizabeth Owonikoko Releases 'Double for Your Trouble'
Jan 10, 2017
'Double for Your Trouble': a powerful and intriguing look at the need for self-assessment and the realization that letting go of the past and true forgiveness can open incredible doors. 'Double for Your Trouble' is the creation of published author, Dr. Elizabeth Owonikoko who holds a bachelor's degree in political science, a master's of business administration in project management, and a doctorate degree in business administration, majoring in leadership.
Plastic Surgeon Releases New Fiction Book THE ZOMBIE GAME
Dec 30, 2016
WILLIAMSBURG, Va., Dec. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ A plastic surgeon in Virginia is on a mission to rescue zombies from pop culture's 'walking dead' fantasy. 'As I have said in other places,' Glenn Shepard says from his medical practice in Newport News, 'zombies are people to be pitied rather than feared.' According to Shepard, being 'undead' is the effect of mind-altering drugs and physical conditioning, a process the doctor dissects in detail in his new book, The Zombie Game (Mystery House).
Christine Bonansea to Bring Solo Dance ONLYHUMAN to JACK This January
Dec 28, 2016
Christine Bonansea, a French-born, NYC-based dancer and choreographer known for her expressive, virtuosic, improvisation-driven works infused with live music and strong visuals, is presenting her new solo OnlyHuman as an APAP showcase.
Highlights In Jazz Announces 2017 Line Up, Honorary Doctorate for Jack Kleinsinger
Dec 22, 2016
Jack Kleinsinger's Highlights In Jazz, New York's longest running jazz concert series, proudly announces the schedule for its 45th season featuring four monthly star studded Thursday night concerts taking place at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center of Borough Manhattan Community College, 199 Chambers Street, NYC.
KCRW's MORNING BECOMES ECLECTIC Features A Tribe Called Quest and Prince
Dec 16, 2016
Today, KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic featured seminal hip-hop collective A Tribe Called Quest. Q-Tip and Jarobi White sat down for a profound and candid interview with KCRW DJ Aaron Byrd.
Steven J. Burge to Play Heavenly Father After Wesley Taylor Departs AN ACT OF GOD in Denver
Dec 2, 2016
Denver Center for the Performing Arts Broadway/Cabaret announces today that Wesley Taylor, Broadway star and fan favorite in the NBC TV show 'Smash,' will play God through January 22. Steven J. Burge will assume the role of God starting January 24.
Sandy Cressman Reaffirms Her Deep Connections with Brazilian Music on New CD 'Entre Amigos'
Dec 2, 2016
As founder and leader of the group Homenagem Brasileira, San Francisco-based vocalist/educator Sandy Cressman has had many opportunities over the last 20-plus years to forge creative partnerships with like-minded musicians from the Bay to Brazil.
Check Out Monologue Highlights from LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS, 11/22
Nov 23, 2016
Below, check out monologue highlights from last night's broadcast of LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS on NBC.
BWW Interview: Kimberly Kiley of RAGTIME at Actors' Repertory Theatre Of Simi
Nov 16, 2016
Everyone knows that the director is the person responsible for the look and content of a musical or play, but once the cast has been selected, sets and props are delivered, and all the technical elements are in place, who puts it all together? The week prior to a show's opening is called 'Tech Week,' a four or five-day period during which all the elements of a production are assembled on stage for the first time. Tech Week marks the transition period between the rehearsal stage and the performance stage of a production. Once the show is underway, it is the job of the stage manager to supervise, coordinate, and maintain all of the sundry elements that make up a production, from lighting, sound, and sets to costume changes, blocking, and all the performers' backstage activity. As we found out, it takes a particular kind of person to become a stage manager. He or she has to be detail oriented, disciplined, unflappable, and resourceful. Kimberly Kiley, who is currently serving as stage manager for the Actors' Repertory Theatre of Simi's production of Ragtime, has all of these attributes and more. We visited her before a performance last weekend and were introduced to the new staging area at the theater where Kiley is stationed during a show.
Hope, Tolerance & Multicultural Cast: JCTC Gives New Relevance to Anne Frank's Story
Nov 10, 2016
Anne Frank's diary, filled with hope against inescapable oppression, has captivated audiences around the world for well over half a century. Audiences will discover a new relevance to this well-known story of the 15-year-old girl who died a victim of genocide when Jersey City Theater Center (JCTC) presents And Then They Came For Me: Remembering The World Of Anne Frank by Jim Still. The JCTC production of this acclaimed play features a multicultural cast, a world-renowned guest speaker and an exhibit of visual arts on themes of oppression and the Holocaust in the Merseles Studios art gallery.
GALLERY OF ECHOES to Return to Shadowbox Live This November
Nov 3, 2016
By popular demand, Gallery of Echoes, Shadowbox Live's unique original performance genre blending live and visual art, will return to the stage for one week only, Today, November 3rd through Sunday, November 6th at 503 S. Front Street.
BWW Interview - Miriam Shor Talks SWEAT at The Public; YOUNGER Season 3
Nov 2, 2016
Today, Miriam Shor speaks exclusively with BWW about returning to the stage and reveals whether she is #TeamCharles or #TeamJosh when it comes to YOUNGER's Season 3 love triangle!
JUNIE B. JONES THE MUSICAL Kicks Off The New FamilyStage: Adventure Series at Georgia Ensemble Theatre
Oct 28, 2016
Georgia Ensemble Theatre (GET), North Fulton's only professional theatre company, announces a new kid-centric initiative called FamilyStage: Adventure Series that will provide exciting weekend performances for the whole family throughout the school year at the theatre's home in the Roswell Cultural Arts Center.
BWW Recap: P is for Pigeon, Pancake, and Pregnancy on YOUNGER
Oct 26, 2016
As you can tell from the title of the recap, P is for a lot of things on this week's installment. In addition to (finally!) canning Bryce and making progress with the Charles/Liza ship, the episode also sees Kelsey take another stab at dating post-Thad (with disastrous results, natch), Josh contemplating some pretty heavy stuff re: his future with Liza, and Diana dressing down to impress her boss (with hilarious results). Oh, and Maggie appears to have found a new beau, er… belle, as well. So, essentially, this one is packed with the good stuff for every character. So, why not just get started with the recap?
GALLERY OF ECHOES to Return to Shadowbox Live This November
Oct 26, 2016
By popular demand, Gallery of Echoes, Shadowbox Live's unique original performance genre blending live and visual art, will return to the stage for one week only, Thursday, November 3rd through Sunday, November 6th at 503 S. Front Street.
BWW Interview: Kate Baldwin on Exploring Different Sides of Herself in New Feinstein's/54 Below Show and the 'Full Circle' of Working with Bette Midler
Oct 21, 2016
This spring, Kate Baldwin will appear in one of the most highly anticipated shows of the season, the Bette Midler-starring revival of HELLO, DOLLY! Baldwin will once again be portraying the fun-loving and yearning Irene Molloy, a role which she had previously taken on at the Paper Mill Playhouse a decade ago. Prior to stepping back into Molloy's shoes, though, Baldwin will return to Feinstein's/54 Below to perform a brand new solo show, EXTRAORDINARY MACHINE, singing the songs of some of her favorite artists. Busy as she is, BroadwayWorld had a chance to chat with Baldwin ahead of her four-show engagement at the cabaret venue, the first of which kicks off on October 25. Baldwin, sincerely affable and reflective, shared the 'full circle' nature of costarring alongside Bette Midler (she may have once made the ill-advised decision to sing 'The Rose' at a middle school talent show), how she uses her solo concerts to introspect her life and career, and why she, like many others surely, often asks herself, 'What would Gavin Creel do?'
BWW Interview: Donna Lynne Champlin Previews Paula's Turn in Season 2 of CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND
Oct 21, 2016
A year and a half ago, it was in no way certain that the quirky musical comedy CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND was going to make it to television. After hitting a developmental snag as a 30-minute pilot for Showtime, creators Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna repackaged the series as a 44-minute show for Showtime's sister network, The CW.
The Museum of Jewish Heritage Announces Winter Programming
Oct 19, 2016
The November through January 1 programming schedule at the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust has been announced. Highlights are:
BWW Interview: Jonah Hauer-King on Kenneth Branagh and THE ENTERTAINER
Oct 19, 2016
Aged just 21, Jonah Hauer-King has appeared in Punk Rock at Lyric Belfast and is currently making his West End debut in the Kenneth Branagh-starring revival of The Entertainer at Garrick Theatre - all while juggling his university studies. The production plays until 12 November, and will be broadcast in cinemas on 27 October.

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