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Black Hole Theatre to Present THE BOOK OF REVELATIONS
May 24, 2017
The Book of Revelations invites you into a startling space where everyday reality dissolves. Writer Alison Richards, Black Hole Theatre Director Nancy Black and world renowned designer Dagmara Gieysztor, deliver a new approach to immersive performance which delves into the fascinating world of dementia.
BWW Review: The Queen of Broadway, Audra McDonald Returns to Chicago at Steppenwolf Theatre
May 23, 2017
Audra McDonald, the reigning Queen of Broadway, is a woman who needs no introduction in the theatre community. This is probably why the seats at the Steppenwolf Theatre were packed Monday evening with audience members who clung silently to her every word, laughed heartily at every joke, and exploded with applause and ovations at every possibility.
Offbeat Festival Announces Music Programme In Partnership With BBC Introducing Oxford
May 23, 2017
Offbeat today announces the festival's music programme in partnership with BBC Introducing Oxford.  The line-up features Oxford's best up and coming bands, wordsmiths and singer song-writers performing over four days across two stages, the Gallery Stage and the Festival Stage, at the Old Fire Station. 
BWW Review: Ned Averill-Snell Stands Out in Jobsite Theater's Fine Production of Israel Horovitz's GLOUCESTER BLUE
May 22, 2017
Averill-Snell's performance is dizzying in its brilliant unpredictability. The show is, too.
May 22, 2017
GOOD MORNING, THEATERATI! According to my iPhone today is Monday, 22 May 2017 - the weekend, busy as it was, is over and we're left hankering for a few days off in order to relax and rejuvenate…which makes us ponder this musical question: What are your plans for next weekend? In our mind, of course, our mama is warning us that such queries are symptomatic of us 'wishing [our] life away,' as she would always admonish us to live in the now instead of trying to leap-frog over the next five days. So sayeth my beloved mama: 'Live life dramatically.' Therefore, a nap might have to suffice…
BWW Review: FREEWAY DREAMS at the Brickhouse Theatre is a Slow and Bumpy Ride
May 20, 2017
This piece works much better as something you would see drunk in a bar in the 90s
id Theater Returns to McCall with 17th Seven Devils Playwrights Conference
May 20, 2017
Now celebrating its 20th year, id Theater returns to McCall, Idaho with the Seven Devils Playwrights Conference, with events from June 8 to 17 at McCall's Alpine Playhouse. This will be the 17th year for the Conference, which will host nine playwrights from all corners of the United States whose work will be developed and presented to the public free of charge during the Conference.
BWW Review: SWEET CHARITY at The Village Players Of Birmingham is Fun, Laughs, and a Good Time!
May 20, 2017
Do you wanna have fun, fun, fun? How's about a few…laughs? Well, actually, The Village Players of Birmingham production of Sweet Charity gives the audience more than a few laughs, it keeps them entertained through entire show. The musical is a treat to watch from the moment it starts to the very last second that Charity steps off stage with its crowd-pleasing numbers and vibrant color schemes that it is one Michigan theatre-goers will truly enjoy and remember for years to come.
Michael Grandinetti Returns for Fourth Season of Hit CW Series MASTERS OF ILLUSION
May 19, 2017
Returning as one of the featured performers on The CW's hit series MASTERS OF ILLUSION, Grandinetti, who has been named by Entertainment Weekly as 'a great magician who can truly communicate with a TV audience' and by Hidden Remote as 'a fan favorite', is aiming to top his past performances in all three season
Chicago Dancers United to Revive DANCE DIVAS 2017 Dance for Life Kickoff
May 17, 2017
After more than a decade, Chicago Dancers United (CDU) is reviving DANCE DIVAS as the kickoff party for Dance for Life Chicago 2017.
BWW Interview: Theatre Life with Sun King Davis
May 16, 2017
Today's subject Sun King Davis is currently living his theatre life onstage in Rorschach Theatre's world premiere play Forgotten Kingdoms by Randy Baker. The production continues through May 21st at the Atlas Performing Arts Center.
SUMMERWORKS 2017, FRESH FRUIT FESTIVAL and More Coming Up This Summer at the wild project
May 16, 2017
the wild project has announced its current and upcoming shows for this spring and summer. Scroll down for details!
BWW Review: EXIT THE BODY at Town Players Of Newtown
May 14, 2017
A New England cottage allegedly contains hidden stolen diamonds and definitely contains mysteriously appearing and disappearing presumably dead bodies. Who will discover the diamonds and make sense of this madness? Which characters may not be who they claim to be?
BWW Review: Angels in England, or rather ACT 1's NOISES OFF
May 13, 2017
Make no mistake about it, Michael Frayn's Noises Off, is a rollicking, hilarious roller coaster ride of mirth and merriment – the quintessential British farce, replete with slamming doors, mistaken identities, sexual escapades and all the other necessary ingredients needed to create a memorable night at the theater. In the hands of director Bradley Moore and his uncommonly nimble crew of actors, it's as fun as ever, but we've come to the conclusion that perhaps we have reached critical mass in regard to Noises Off and that local theater companies might hold off on new productions of the show for, say, a decade or so.
May 13, 2017
A quartet of highly talented singers captivate the audience with their intriguing storyline primarily told through lyrics of songs from the 1950s and 1960s. This first rate performance keeps the audience entertained from start to finish.

May 12, 2017
BWW Review: HER OPPONENT Recreates Clinton/Trump Debates With Genders Switched
May 11, 2017
As it pertains to the 2016 presidential election, the title HER OPPONANT doesn't necessarily refer to Donald Trump. As the first woman to top the ticket of one of America's major political parties, the name of co-creators Joe Salvatore (who also directs) and Maria Guadalupe's fascinating theatre piece could also refer to a number of Hillary Clinton's opponents, such as the public's lingering prejudices against women, the perception of her as an elitist Washington insider or just being a politician cursed with accusations of not being likeable.
Orbit Festival Returns To HOME This September/October
May 9, 2017
Following the success of the first Orbit Festival in autumn 2016, HOME is delighted to confirm the programme for this year's festival, to be staged Thu 28 Sep - Sun 15 Oct 2017, bringing together exciting new work from theatre-makers across the globe who want to explore our place in the world, and which investigate our relationship with our past.
BWW Review: 4.48 PSYCHOSIS Haunts Carnegie Stage
May 8, 2017
When you walk into the black box Carnegie Stage, the impressive and overpowering rear wall of text smacks you in the face. In front, on the stage, a scene from a dystopian mental hospital with an old spring bed and metal frame, a broken and dirty bathtub, and torn hospital curtains. This becomes the haunting backdrop for Sarah Kane's eerie 4.48 Psychosis.
BWW Morning Brief May 8th, 2017 - Outer Critics Circle Awards, Galas and More!
May 8, 2017
Good morning, BroadwayWorld! Today's big news: The Outer Critics Circle Award winners will be announced today, and galas fete stage talent across the city!

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