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Ludovico Einaudi Returns to QPAC to Perform Latest Album
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2016

Following his sell-out 2015 Queensland debut, chart-topping Italian composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi will return to Queensland Performing Arts Centre's (QPAC's) Concert Hall to perform his highly anticipated new album Elements on Friday 10 February 2017. (more...)

TrapX Ship's World's First Deception-Based Security Solution to Protect SWIFT Financial Networks
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2016

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eOriginal Selected to Support Equipment Lease Electronic Chattel...
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2016

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BWW Dance Review: Pushing the Boundaries of Ballet with AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE
by Caryn Cooper - Oct 25, 2016

For a limited two week engagement at the David H. Koch Theater, the American Ballet Theatre (ABT) kicked off its fall season with spectacular pieces that truly push the boundaries traditionally found in classical ballet. On the evening of October 21st, the program featured Twyla Tharp's audience favorite The Brahms-Haydn Variations, the world premiere of Her Notes by the acclaimed Jessica Lang, and the company premiere of Daphnis and Chloe with choreography by Benjamin Millepied. (more...)

CA Registrar Blocking Citizen Oversight of Ballots: Videos Show Reaction
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2016

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Research Reports Coverage on Entertainment Stocks -- Live Nation Entertainment, IMAX, AMC Networks, and Liberty Media
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2016

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BWW Interview: Theatre Life with Debbie Allen and Vivian Nixon
by Elliot Lanes - Oct 25, 2016

One of the neat things about writing a column for Broadway World is that you get a chance to interview some folks whose work you've been enjoying and admiring for many years. One of today's subjects first came on my radar way back in 1980 with the Broadway revival of West Side Story. Debbie Allen played Anita in that production and her Her performance deservedly garnered her a Tony Award nomination and a Drama Desk Award. A few years later she wowed me again playing the lead role in Sweet Charity, which resulted in yet another Tony Award nomination. (more...)

New Mystery, THE PRESIDENT HAS AIDS, is Released
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2016

How did President Paul Ralston get infected with HIV? That's the urgent challenge facing ace medical detective Dr. Martin Riker in the mystery novel, 'The President Has AIDS', by Dr. Leslie Norins, just published by Medvostat LLC. The publisher states the book's plot involving the Commander in Chief's development of AIDS is unprecedented. National security and political stability are both at risk. (more...)

New Mystery, THE PRESIDENT HAS AIDS, is Released
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2016

How did President Paul Ralston get infected with HIV? That's the urgent challenge facing ace medical detective Dr. Martin Riker in the mystery novel, 'The President Has AIDS', by Dr. Leslie Norins, just published by Medvostat LLC. The publisher states the book's plot involving the Commander in Chief's development of AIDS is unprecedented. National security and political stability are both at risk. (more...)

'AI Civil Rights: Addressing the Question of Civil Rights for Artificial Intelligence' is Now Available
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2016

Artificial Intelligence may one day deserve or demand their own civil rights; this ebook addresses the rights of US citizens as they would apply to AI. Pros and Cons of granting or denying each right are presented. The reader decides what is right. The book will be released on Halloween, October 31, 2016. Author Jason P Doherty believes civil rights for AI is a topic of conversation that needs to happen sooner than later. He states, 'If AI become so advanced that they are competitive with humans, would it behoove us to give them certain rights, protecting them as well as ourselves? The technological singularity looms, and beyond that, the capabilities of AI are unknown; if we wait until then, it may be too late. They may grow beyond our ability to control. No matter what happens, the rights of all life forms are important, even those of so-called 'electronic persons'.' AI Civil Rights: Addressing the Question of Civil Rights for Artificial Intelligence By Jason P Doherty on Amazon Kindle. (more...)

BWW Review: DRACULA is an Exceptionally Haunting Success at the Hilberry Theatre!
by Katie Laban - Oct 25, 2016

Eerily set in the streets of Victorian London, the fantastic cast of the Hilberry Theatre's Dracula company keeps the audience on edge through their exceptional story telling of Bram Stoker's well-known tale in this newly revised adaptation that is unlike any other. It is a version faithful to the original Gothic thriller filled with terror, intrigue, romance, and the struggle between Good and Evil, which leaves no doubt in the mind of the audience that they have witnessed an exceptional piece of Michigan theatre. (more...)

BWW Review: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA at Bass Performance Hall
by Kyle Christopher West - Oct 25, 2016

After a record-breaking twenty-eight years on Broadway (and nearly the same timespan on the road), THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA is an international sensation that's been seen by virtually everyone. In fact, nearly 150 million people have sat in the audience for a performance and listened to the Andrew Lloyd Webber score in more than 15 languages! Up until the 2004 feature film, each of these performances followed the blueprint created by director Harold Prince and CATS choreographer Gillian Lynn, first staging it in London where it currently celebrates its 30th year of success. But, in 2012, producer Cameron Mackintosh recruited West End director Laurence Connor to helm a sparkling new production, later inspiring a new US tour that has just returned to Bass Hall in its second DFW-area appearance. And while 'Phans' of the original production might miss a few iconic elements, the new tour offers an exciting opportunity to experience the show through a new pair of opera glasses. (more...)

FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON to Play the Masque Theatre this November
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2016

A theatrical version of David Keyes's FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON, adapted by David Rogers, will play the Masque Theatre this November. Presented by DQ Entertainment, the production will be directed by Tamara Grant. (more...)

BWW Review: DRY LAND at Mildred's Umbrella Theater Company
by Alexander Garza - Oct 25, 2016

This play is dark, sweet, and shocking. It is graphic and may be offensive to some people. But if you enjoy theatre that pushes boundaries and not easily offended by sensitive topics, then you will enjoy this story. (more...)

BWW Review: CHARLOTTE'S WEB Brings Down-Home Charm To a Classic Story
by Lacey Cannon Gonzales - Oct 25, 2016

CHARLOTTE'S WEB is the stage adaptation of E.B. White's classic story. Adapted by Joseph Robinette, it was originally published as a play in 1983 and enjoyed Broadway run in 1989 after the addition of musical numbers by Charles Strouse. Zach Theatre's production directed by Nat Miller goes back to Robinette's original script, minus the broadway numbers, and infuses it with its own down-home charm. (more...)

BWW Preview: LIZZIE at Out Of The Box Theatre Company
by Maggie Yates - Oct 25, 2016

Teenage Riot: Out of the Box Brings the LIZZIE BORDEN murder to the Stage (more...)

BWW Review: THE NIGHT ALIVE at Quotidian Theatre Company
by Jenny Minich - Oct 25, 2016

I walked into The Writer's Center last Saturday cold and unfamiliar with the works of THE NIGHT ALIVE playwright Conor McPherson or Quotidian Theatre Company. Walking out, I was a happier person. (more...)

BWW Feature: 2016-17 SEASON at Kentucky Shakespeare
by Keith Waits - Oct 25, 2016

We used to look forward to the summer because it brought Kentucky Shakespeare to the C. Douglas Ramey stage in Central Park, but Producing Artistic Director Matt Wallace has expanded the life of the company to all four seasons. The formal announcement of the 2016-2017 season emphasizes this by actually coming close to the end of the run of its 'first' production. (more...)

BWW Review: In UNDERNEATH, Pat Kinevane Will Inspire You to Just Go Out and LIVE Your Life Without Fear
by Shari Barrett - Oct 25, 2016

During the West Coast premiere of UNDERNEATH by Olivier Award winner Pat Kinevane, be prepared to be called upon and repeatedly referred to during the show if you challenge the audience's attention by unwrapping candy during his performance, drop something on the floor, or just happen to be seated in the front row. That's because Kinevane wants you to pay attention to the play's theme, that "you can never know what might be around the next corner so go out and LIVE your life," he begs of us. With his otherworldly appearance, completely covered in black clothing and face paint highlighted with gold, there is no way you won't pay attention to his mesmerizing performance on a darkened set highlighted with pieces of gold lame which he often uses to reflect light onto the audience. (more...)

Theatre Philadelphia Celebrates Philadelphia Theatre Community with 2016 Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2016

This evening, in a celebration attended by approximately 900 theatre artists, staff, critics, and friends, Theatre Philadelphia distributed 27 awards at the 2016 Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre, including the first-ever Victory Foundation Award for Outstanding Theatre Education Program. (more...)

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