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CRITICS' CHOICE: This Weekend's Best BetsCRITICS' CHOICE: This Weekend's Best Bets
by Jeffrey Ellis - May 8, 2015

Of course, Nashville's Iroquois Steeplechase is Saturday (and despite weather forecasts to the contrary, chances are that means it's going to be raining), so when it comes time to dry off, we suggest you head to the theater, where there's all sorts of good stuff onstage. (more...)

BWW Reviews: MOTHERHOOD THE MUSICAL at TPACBWW Reviews: MOTHERHOOD THE MUSICAL at TPAC
by Jeffrey Ellis - May 7, 2015

Just in time for Mother's Day, Fabisch and her Faby Baby Productions LLC bring their rollicking – and oh-so-entertaining – revue, Motherhood the Musical, to TPAC's Andrew Johnson Theatre. Featuring dynamic direction by Kim Nygren and starring a quartet of winning singer/actresses, it's a superbly performed and staged show that pulls back the curtain on what moms talk about when the husbands, kids and in-laws (and gay BFFs) are away. It's heartwarming, laugh-out-loud funny and oftentimes remarkably sentimental without being mawkish or maudlin. (more...)

'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for May 6th, 2015'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for May 6th, 2015
by Paul W. Thompson - May 6, 2015

The latest in unauthorized gossip and buzz from the heart of Chicago's showtune video bars, and musical theater news from Chicago to Broadway. The 'Jersey Boys' return, '[title of show]' premieres and CPaz hosts a belt-fest! Plus new works everywhere! Piven Theatre, Northlight Theatre, The Music Theatre Company, Chicago Children's Theatre, FWD Theatre and Porchlight Music Theatre show us our future, plus the world premiere of 'Sense And Sensibility' at Chicago Shakespeare Theater! (more...)

Everyman Theatre's 25th Anniversary Season to Feature DEATH OF A SALESMAN, 'STREETCAR' & MoreEveryman Theatre's 25th Anniversary Season to Feature DEATH OF A SALESMAN, 'STREETCAR' & More
by BWW News Desk - May 5, 2015

Everyman Theatre has announced its 25th anniversary season. For the first time ever, the company will present a rotating repertory of two masterpieces of American theatre: Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller and A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams. Both productions will feature the same cast and performances will rotate from day to day. Known as The Great American Rep, this event will take place from April 5 through June 12, 2016. (more...)

BWW Reviews: BWW Revisits ROCK OF AGESBWW Reviews: BWW Revisits ROCK OF AGES
by Ellen Sterling - May 26, 2015

Rock of Ages opened on Broadway in 2008 and closed last January after 2,328 regular performances and 22 previews. It is still running strong at the Venetian Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The music in the show is drawn from the glam metal and hair bands popular in the 1980s and it tends to be familiar to the audience who often sings along. (more...)

People's Light & Theatre Extends Jonatha Brooke's MY MOTHER HAS 4 NOSESPeople's Light & Theatre Extends Jonatha Brooke's MY MOTHER HAS 4 NOSES
by BWW News Desk - May 21, 2015

As an addition to its 40th anniversary season lineup, People's Light presents acclaimed singer/songwriter Jonatha Brooke in her one-woman show My Mother Has 4 Noses. People's Light is located at 39 Conestoga Road, Malvern, PA 19355.  For tickets, call 610.644.3500 or visit Peopleslight.org. Made possible in part by a grant from the Phoenixville Community Health Foundation. (more...)

Second Stage Uptown's Ghostly THE OTHER THING Opens TonightSecond Stage Uptown's Ghostly THE OTHER THING Opens Tonight
by BWW News Desk - May 21, 2015

THE OTHER THING, written by Emily Schwend and directed by Lucie Tiberghien, makes its world premiere at Second Stage tonight, May 21, following previews from May 12. The production runs through June 7, 2015. (more...)

BWW Recap: 'The Watch' Arrives at Lallybroch on OUTLANDERBWW Recap: 'The Watch' Arrives at Lallybroch on OUTLANDER
by Kara McCoy - May 2, 2015

Tonight's OUTLANDER picked up right where Episode 12 left off, which was great, because last week's 'Lallybroch' ended with one doozy of a cliffhanger. Three guys pulling pistols on Jamie, the Laird of Lallybroch, mind you, in his own home! Well, I never! Before the situation can escalate any further, Jenny walks in, clearly unfazed by the scene in front of her. Not only that, but she seems to know the pistol-wielding intruders. They may be friendly, but not that friendly, because Jenny introduces Jamie to them as her cousin. Jamie catches on quickly, calling himself MacTavish. One of the newly arrived crew tells Jenny that they thought Jamie was a robber--because what else could Jamie possibly be, right?--so, heh, sorry for the misunderstanding. (more...)

PHOTO: Tough Guy Bruce Willis Brought to Tears Watching Daughter Rumer on DWTS
by TV News Desk - May 19, 2015

It was an emotional night on last night's Season Finale Part 1 of ABC's DANCING WITH THE STARS. (more...)

BWW Recap: Tonight's OUTLANDER Takes Us Inside 'Wentworth Prison'BWW Recap: Tonight's OUTLANDER Takes Us Inside 'Wentworth Prison'
by Kara McCoy - May 16, 2015

Is it possible that only last week we watched Claire deliver a Scotch-ified 'Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy' while dressed in drag? Do I have that right? I find that so hard to believe after sitting through 'Wentworth Prison,' the season's penultimate episode, and a different beast altogether. For fans of the book who already knew exactly what would go down at Wentworth, I'm sure this was something of a highly-anticipated episode. It was for me, anyway, and even though I knew what to expect, it's one thing to read it on a page and another to see it played out on screen. Tonight's episode was, in a word, heavy. Ha, and only one week ago I called 'The Search' 'kooky.' Take me back to simpler times. Alright, I'm being dramatic. In all seriousness though, 'Wentworth Prison', if you look past the obvious--which I will certainly be getting to--was a very good episode. (more...)

West End's MOTOWN THE MUSICAL Sets Dates & TheaterWest End's MOTOWN THE MUSICAL Sets Dates & Theater
by BWW News Desk - May 15, 2015

Tickets for the West End production of Motown the Musical, opening at the Shaftesbury Theatre in February 2016, are released for sale today (15 May 2015).  With music and lyrics from the legendary Motown catalogue and book by Motown founder Berry Gordy, Motown the Musical is directed by Charles Randolph-Wright.  London previews will begin on 11 February 2016 with press night on 8 March 2016 with the show booking to 22 October 2016.  Casting and further information about Motown the Musical will be released shortly. (more...)

BWW Recap: GREY'S Season Finale May Act as Series ResurrectionBWW Recap: GREY'S Season Finale May Act as Series Resurrection
by Desiree Fantal - May 14, 2015

We survived the eleventh season of GREY'S ANATOMY, and most of us remained relatively unscathed. This, of course, does not include the thousands of supporters of the insane “raise McDreamy from the dead” campaign. If it helps at all, I heard on the radio* this morning that Patrick Dempsey was fired for having an extramarital affair with a cast mate. He must've taken his character a little too seriously; much like many of the fans. Let him go. Full disclosure: I'm still not over T.R. Knight's departure. #Hypocrite. (more...)

The Jetty's THE HEARTBREAK HOTEL Begins Next MonthThe Jetty's THE HEARTBREAK HOTEL Begins Next Month
by BWW News Desk - May 14, 2015

This summer, The Jetty - London's most exciting new riverside arts venue - is transformed into the Heartbreak Hotel, an intricately designed purpose built structure where the audience check-in to an immersive and unique theatre event. (more...)

Second Stage Uptown's THE OTHER THING Cancels Tonight's Performance Following Apartment FireSecond Stage Uptown's THE OTHER THING Cancels Tonight's Performance Following Apartment Fire
by BWW News Desk - May 13, 2015

Tonight's performance of THE OTHER THING at Second Stage Uptown has been cancelled following a nearby apartment fire, BroadwayWorld has confirmed. (more...)

BWW Recap: ARROW Season Finale Saves Starling City and Sets Up Season Four EventsBWW Recap: ARROW Season Finale Saves Starling City and Sets Up Season Four Events
by Jeffrey Walker - May 13, 2015

Putting another arrow in my own quiver, I am jumping from my usual duties recapping GOTHAM (season is over anyway) and serving as tonight's shot for shot commentator for ARROW as its third season comes to a close. I do watch ARROW and I am a fan so I am not jumping in totally cold. I do know that main man Oliver Queen – aka the Arrow – took the bait offered by the shady league all so he could work from the inside. Some of his allies thought he really turned on them so there are suspicions galore. (more...)

New Installation by Penny Woolcock & Block9 Set for This Summer at The RoundhouseNew Installation by Penny Woolcock & Block9 Set for This Summer at The Roundhouse
by BWW News Desk - May 12, 2015

Bloomberg Summer at the Roundhouse, the annual festival dedicated to introducing new audiences to innovative culture, returns for the fourth year this August with Utopia, a ground-breaking installation by Penny Woolcock, supported by Bloomberg and realised in collaboration with Block9. Taking over the Main Space, Utopia will be a multi-sensory world focusing in on inequality, consumerism, housing, gentrification, education, crime and social media. (more...)

CRITICS' CHOICE: What's Happening This Week?CRITICS' CHOICE: What's Happening This Week?
by Jeffrey Ellis - May 12, 2015

There always seems to be so much to do in Nashville, from a creative and theatrical standpoint, we're often asked for recommendations of what's not to be missed on our calendar. Well, have no fear, gentle readers, we're at your service, at the ready to tell you of the shows you really should see this week and in the coming weeks… (more...)

13th Street Rep Celebrates Ray DeMattis' 50th Anniversary in the Biz13th Street Rep Celebrates Ray DeMattis' 50th Anniversary in the Biz
by BWW News Desk - May 11, 2015

The 13th Street Repertory Theater celebrated veteran stage/film/TV actor Ray DeMattis' 50th anniversary in the business -- honoring his lifetime achievements -- by proclaiming May 10th 'Ray DeMattis Day.'  DeMattis was presented with a framed certificate of honor by one of his proteges -- Michael J.C. Anderson, an actor with the 13th Street Rep.  And DeMattis, in turn, presented the first annual  'Ray DeMattis Award,' honoring young artists-to-watch, to actors Cody Jordan and John Brady, co-stars of Chip Deffaa's musical-comedy success  'Mad About the Boy.'  They each received a plaque, a copy of a cast album featuring DeMattis ('Flora the Red Menace'), and a $100.00 honorarium. (more...)

Daniel Johns Announces Debut Solo Album 'Talk'Daniel Johns Announces Debut Solo Album 'Talk'
by BWW News Desk - May 1, 2015

Daniel Johns was 'silent' for 8 years, but today he announced that his long-awaited album will be called TALK. People can hear it May 22. (more...)

Chandler Travis/David Greenberger Share 2nd Live Video from Upcoming AlbumChandler Travis/David Greenberger Share 2nd Live Video from Upcoming Album
by BWW News Desk - May 1, 2015

Bocce & Bourbon: The Comfortable Songs of Chandler Travis & David Greenberger is a collection of songs co-written over the years by David Greenberger (editor of the legendary DuPlex Planet fanzine for 30 years) and New England's stealth musical icon Chandler Travis. (more...)


by Jennifer Perry - May 1, 2015

Factory 449's Washington, DC premiere of Radha Bharadwaj's CLOSET LAND is, in many ways, the kind of theatre that truly excites me. (more...)

BOMBSHELL Concert Roundup - Press Weighs In!BOMBSHELL Concert Roundup - Press Weighs In!
by BWW News Desk - Jun 9, 2015

The concert presentation of the musical created within the NBC TV series 'Smash,' created by Theresa Rebeck, Bombshell, with music by Marc Shaiman, lyrics by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, directed byJoshua Bergasse and Scott Wittman with choreography by Joshua Bergasse and music direction by Marc Shaiman, a one-night only landmark event benefitting The Actors Fund, took place last, June 8, 2015 at TheMinskoff Theatre (1515 Broadway).  Below, check out a roundup of recaps from the press! (more...)

BWW Reviews: Theatre Memphis' ANYTHING GOES - It's 'De-Lovely'!BWW Reviews: Theatre Memphis' ANYTHING GOES - It's 'De-Lovely'!
by Joseph Baker - Jun 6, 2015

It's early June in Memphis, but, with the recent success of Playhouse on the Square's KISS ME, KATE and, now, Theatre Memphis' sparkling production of ANYTHING GOES, we seem to be having, as my late grandmother might say, 'another 'cole' snap' - Cole Porter, that is. Who would not welcome the giddy book by the great P.G. Wodehouse and Guy Bolton, with a reworking by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse? And who has not delighted to such songs as 'You're the Top,' 'I Get a Kick Out of You,' 'Blow, Gabriel, Blow,' 'It's De-Lovely,' and, of course, the title tune? (more...)

The REP, Point Park University Announces 2015-2016 SeasonThe REP, Point Park University Announces 2015-2016 Season
by BWW News Desk - Jun 5, 2015

The 2015-2016 season of The REP, Point Park University's professional theatre company, will include critically acclaimed and recent popular comedies and dramas by some of the best contemporary playwrights. (more...)

Abel Gashes Releases GPS FOR AMERICAAbel Gashes Releases GPS FOR AMERICA
by BWW News Desk - Jun 5, 2015

FALLS CHURCH, Va. (more...)

Next Stop: Broadway! Top 5 Roles Josh Groban Should Portray in His DebutNext Stop: Broadway! Top 5 Roles Josh Groban Should Portray in His Debut
by Sally Henry - Jun 4, 2015

After the release of his album, 'Stages,' which might as well have been renamed, 'Josh Groban's Hour-Long Audition for [Name-That-Broadway-Show],' I think it's safe to say that he wants to be on Broadway. REALLY badly. (more...)

Mariah Carey & New Beau James Packer Take Romantic Trip to IsraelMariah Carey & New Beau James Packer Take Romantic Trip to Israel
by TV News Desk - Jun 30, 2015

E! News has learned exclusively that the billionaire businessman took his new leading lady to visit a country that's very near and dear to him: Israel! (more...)

BWW Reviews: Puccini's LA RONDINE is a Winner at Opera Theatre of St. LouisBWW Reviews: Puccini's LA RONDINE is a Winner at Opera Theatre of St. Louis
by Steve Callahan - Jun 3, 2015

A rare Puccini receives a lovely production: 'La rondine' at Opera Theatre of St. Louis (more...)

Berkeley Rep Moves Two Performances of Anna Deavere Smith's 'NOTES FROM THE FIELD'Berkeley Rep Moves Two Performances of Anna Deavere Smith's 'NOTES FROM THE FIELD'
by BWW News Desk - Jun 29, 2015

Two performances of Anna Deavere Smith's Notes from the Field: Doing Time in Education have been rescheduled: The Tuesday, July 21, 8pm performance has been rescheduled to Sunday, July 26 at 7pm. The Wednesday, July 22, 7pm performance has been rescheduled to Sunday, August 2, 7pm. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Displaying Vintage Performing Savoir Faire, DANNY BACHER Swings The Louis'--Armstrong, Prima, Jordan--at the Metropolitan RoomBWW Reviews: Displaying Vintage Performing Savoir Faire, DANNY BACHER Swings The Louis'--Armstrong, Prima, Jordan--at the Metropolitan Room
by Alix Cohen - Jun 28, 2015

Danny Bacher has the performance ease of an artist who's spent twice his years on the circuit. His preternatural feel for swing delivers scrupulous control, hip, unfussy phrasing, nuanced inflection, and the kind of fluent, savory scat “wordless vocables” I haven't heard from a man in some time, certainly not one so young. His soprano saxophone and singing are so like one another in attitude and energy, Bacher epitomizes the musician whose instrument acts as solid manifestation of voice. His new CD release celebration show at the Metropolitan Room, Swing That Music (last performance of a four-show run today at 4 pm) is a jazz tribute to the three Louis: Louis Armstrong--Satchmo (1901-1971), Louis Prima--The King of Swing before Benny Goodman came along (1910-1978), and Louis Jordan--King of the Jukebox (1908-1975.) Musical numbers get along like the old friends they are, brushing shoulders, poking one another in the ribs, slapping backs. The show is well paced with next to no patter. Danny Bacher is the real deal; a musician to watch. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Catch PIPPIN Flying At The HippodromeBWW Reviews: Catch PIPPIN Flying At The Hippodrome
by Cybele Pomeroy - Jun 26, 2015

PIPPIN does what musical theatre ought to do: hooks you with a great opening number, gives you characters to love and hate, treats your senses with song, dance, costuming, sets and lights and offers fresh perspective on a timeless theme. (more...)

'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for June 24th, 2015'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for June 24th, 2015
by Paul W. Thompson - Jun 24, 2015

The latest in unauthorized gossip and buzz from the heart of Chicago's showtune video bars, and musical theater news from Chicago to Broadway. 'On Your Feet!' and 'City Of Angels' rake in the reviews, while Bette plays the UC. Kristin and Idina plan concerts here, outdoor movies light up the summer, and the 'Beautiful' tour and 'Charlie Brown' are slated for Christmas. By summer's end: 'The Boy From Oz,' 'Glory Days' and 'Triassic Parq!' (more...)

Long Beach Playhouse to Close 86th Mainstage Season Closes with JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTARLong Beach Playhouse to Close 86th Mainstage Season Closes with JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR
by BWW News Desk - Jun 24, 2015

Following a five year tradition of closing the Mainstage season with a musical, Jesus Christ Superstar will open at the Playhouse on July 11.   (more...)

BWW Reviews: Playhouse's GOSPEL AT COLONUS Finds Sophocles 'Holy Rollin'BWW Reviews: Playhouse's GOSPEL AT COLONUS Finds Sophocles 'Holy Rollin'
by Joseph Baker - Jun 21, 2015

While watching THE GOSPEL AT COLONUS, the African-American version of Sophocles' OEDIPUS AT COLONUS as created by Lee Breuer (with music by Bob Telson), I was reminded of the reimagining of the Old Testament by Marc Connelly in the 1930 Pulitzer Prize-winning THE GREEN PASTURES. Like GOSPEL, THE GREEN PASTURES serves up time-honored material by transposing it to a religious setting;. PASTURES relates the Old Testament as envisioned by a young Afro-American boy; thus, Heaven is one big fish fry. When I first saw the 1936 film version (which Connelly, a white man, scripted for Warners' director William Keighley), I found it a special experience -- a wonderful all-black cast was an anomaly for a young viewer in the late 1950's and early i60's; now, with the passage of time (and legislation), I can understand why modern audiences would find it politically incorrect (though that cast is still peopled with some amazing talent). Interestingly, Mr. Breuer eschews following Connelly's suit, and though he utilizes a Black minister and church service to tell his tale, he focuses instead on an ancient Greek tragedy rather than the Old -- or New -- Testament. (more...)

BWW Reviews: SAN ANDREAS Shakes, Rattles, SputtersBWW Reviews: SAN ANDREAS Shakes, Rattles, Sputters
by Natalie de la Garza - Jun 2, 2015

If you're the kind of person who never tires of watching the Hollywood sign crumble and major American cities flood, go see SAN ANDREAS. For all of it's flaws, it's a solid disaster movie, and the special effects deserve to be seen on the big screen. But it's not one you'll find yourself re-watching on a lazy Sunday. (more...)

Nat Geo Channel Takes Look Back on THE 2000'S: A NEW REALITY, 7/12Nat Geo Channel Takes Look Back on THE 2000'S: A NEW REALITY, 7/12
by TV News Desk - Jun 18, 2015

The 2000s introduced an abundance of new terms to the global lexicon: hanging chads, bailouts, marriage equality, al Qaeda, mobile applications and wardrobe malfunction. It was 10 years of highs and lows that would make even Howard Dean yell (more...)

BWW Reviews: Houston Gets Big Welcome to the 60s with TUTS' HAIRSPRAY!BWW Reviews: Houston Gets Big Welcome to the 60s with TUTS' HAIRSPRAY!
by Dylan Siegman - Jun 16, 2015

The audiences at Miller Outdoor Theatre got a big, fat welcome back to the early 1960s, where tall hair and bright, jarring outfits were all the rage, thanks to TUTS' Humphreys School of Musical Theatre's fun and boisterous production of HAIRSPRAY. With a pastiche score by Marc Shaiman and Scott Whitman and witty book by Mark O'Donnell and Thomas Meehan HAIRSPRAY is a faithful musical version of John Waters' 1988 film of the same name. The story follows larger-than-life Tracy Turnblad as she tries to secure a coveted spot on the famous Corny Collins Show -- no easy task thanks to the show's producer, Velma Von Tussle and her daughter, Amber. Backed by her doting father Wilbur, plus-sized and hesitant mother Edna, and sheltered best friend Penny, Tracy won't let anything stop her as she sets out to change Baltimore, and the world, for good. The stage was full of wonderful performers, so much so that it was difficult to choose whom to watch.  (more...)

Sabra Expands Tastemaker Panel: Continuing to Spread the World with Online Influencers and their FansSabra Expands Tastemaker Panel: Continuing to Spread the World with Online Influencers and their Fans
by BWW News Desk - Jun 15, 2015

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BWW Reviews: Stay in School for LATE NITE CATECHISM!BWW Reviews: Stay in School for LATE NITE CATECHISM!
by Christine Swerczek - Jun 14, 2015

I'll admit I had my reservations walking into the latest Omaha Community Playhouse production. How could a two hour, one woman show possible be interesting enough to hold the audience's attention? Not only that...the subject was Catholic schools. I am not even Catholic and I was afraid that I was going to be offput by a script filled with religious (and not so religious) jokes. I was pleasantly surprised! (more...)

BWW Interviews: Gabe Bowling and Bryan Langlitz Talk MILLION DOLLAR QUARTETBWW Interviews: Gabe Bowling and Bryan Langlitz Talk MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET
by David Clarke - Jun 14, 2015

MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET is a crowd-pleasing favorite of both theater and music fans alike. The vibrant jukebox musical tells the story of the world's most infamous impromptu jam sessions. Filled with toe-tapping hits and tons of heart, I chatted with Gabe Bowling (Carl Perkins) and Bryan Langlitz (Sam Phillips) about the spirited musical. (more...)

Natalie Imbruglia, The Platinum-Selling Artist Returns with New Album Inspired by Her Favorite Male SongwritersNatalie Imbruglia, The Platinum-Selling Artist Returns with New Album Inspired by Her Favorite Male Songwriters
by BWW News Desk - Jun 12, 2015

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BWW Reviews: A Quickie Trip to the Mothership for a Dose of Amazing!BWW Reviews: A Quickie Trip to the Mothership for a Dose of Amazing!
by Jay Irwin - Jul 5, 2015

Dear readers, it had been about a year since my previous trip back to the Mothership (a.k.a. New York) and I felt it was time for a recharge of my Broadway batteries, even if it could only be a quickie. Well let me tell you there is plenty of awesome happening out there to catch. Now I only caught five of them but they were all amazing. Granted, I did pick from the cream of the crop of recent award winners and high profile shows but that only means that I can give a collective WOW to them all with my three letter rating system. Let's take a look at my whirlwind journey. (more...)

Review Roundup: Encores! LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORSReview Roundup: Encores! LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
by Review Roundups - Jul 2, 2015

Jake Gyllenhaal, Ellen Greene, Taran Killam, Eddie Cooper, Joe Grifasi, Tracy Nicole Chapman, Marva Hicks and Ramona Keller star in the Encores! Off-Center concert production of Howard Ashman and Alan Menken's Little Shop of Horrors, running for three performances, July 1-2, 2015 at New York City Center. (more...)

'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for July 1st, 2015'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for July 1st, 2015
by Paul W. Thompson - Jul 1, 2015

The latest in unauthorized gossip and buzz from the heart of Chicago's showtune video bars, and musical theater news from Chicago to Broadway. It's our TOP TEN HOT TOPIX for the first half of 2015! (more...)

'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for April 29th, 2015'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for April 29th, 2015
by Paul W. Thompson - Apr 29, 2015

The latest in unauthorized gossip and buzz from the heart of Chicago's showtune video bars, and musical theater news from Chicago to Broadway. The Jeff Awards stir things up, 'Louis & Keely' and 'Sounds So Sweet' evoke mid-century entertainment, Waa-Mu takes on the Berlin Olympics, a new Chicago-based revue in Edgewater, 'Chaperone' and 'Music Man' in the suburbs, 'The Boy From Oz' in a local production, 'Matilda' will tour, 'Amazing Grace' sets a Broadway run, and Circle Theatre re-emerges. Whew! (more...)

USA Pro Challenge Announces 2015 RouteUSA Pro Challenge Announces 2015 Route
by BWW News Desk - Apr 28, 2015

DENVER, April 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ The 2015 USA Pro Challenge swings into action in its fifth year with a new circuit start in Steamboat Springs on Monday, August 17th and then it makes its way through another eight stunning host cities for the race finale in Denver on Sunday, August 23, 2015. (more...)

BWW Recap: Leaving Home on THE GOOD WIFEBWW Recap: Leaving Home on THE GOOD WIFE
by Jacqueline Bublitz - Apr 26, 2015

My head hurts. I want to go back to Season 1. When THE GOOD WIFE universe was whole. When we had Diane and Will, and Cary and Alicia. And Kalinda. Always Kalinda, working for everyone, figuring everything out, saving days and sharing shots. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Stunning Courteney McClutchy in East Lake High's THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIEBWW Reviews: Stunning Courteney McClutchy in East Lake High's THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE
by Peter Nason - Apr 26, 2015

East Lake High's reputation for great local theatre continues with this wonderful production, featuring a revelatory performance in the title character. (more...)

BWW Interview: Elisabeth Moss Reflects on SPEED THE PLOW-  'It Was Very Difficult'BWW Interview: Elisabeth Moss Reflects on SPEED THE PLOW- 'It Was Very Difficult'
by Richard Ridge - Apr 25, 2015

Screen Actors Guild Foundation and Broadway World have partnered for a filmed Conversations Q&A series to recognize and celebrate the vibrant theatre community in New York City and the actors who aspire to have a career on the stage and screen. Richard Ridge of 'Backstage with Richard Ridge' recently sat down with Elisabeth Moss, currently starring in The Heidi Chronicles on Broadway, about her career. Check out a sneak peek of the interview below in which she discusses what went on while she was in Speed the Plow in 2008, in which Jeremy Piven infamously left the production due to 'medical issues.' Check back Sunday morning (April 26, 2015) to watch the full interview! (more...)

The Factory Theater Sets 2015 Season: ZOMBIE BROADS, DATING AND DRAGONS & MoreThe Factory Theater Sets 2015 Season: ZOMBIE BROADS, DATING AND DRAGONS & More
by BWW News Desk - Apr 23, 2015

The Factory Theater begins their 23rd season on a new schedule, in the fall of 2015. All shows will take place at 1621-23 W. Howard Street, at the new Factory Theater. The company is currently in the midst of a capital campaign that includes an Indiegogo campaign to help raise funds for the costs of building the theater. (more...)

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