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Upcoming Equity Auditions Sunday, Mar. 9
by - Mar 9, 2014

Upcoming Equity Auditions from Sunday, March 9, 2014. (more...)

BWW Reviews: ADELAIDE FRINGE 2014: THE EVENT Is Back and Not to Be Missed
by Barry Lenny - Mar 7, 2014

You will be entranced, entertained, and given food for thought as Bob Paisley demonstrates what a really great actor can do with a superb script. Don't miss this performance. (more...)

Strata Exhibit Now on View in Arsenal Gallery
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2014

NYC Parks will present STRATA, an exhibition of prints, ceramics and collages by Marie Lorenz, Katy Fischer and Max Warsh. The artists in STRATA collect and arrange found or invented artifacts from the urban environment, including river flotsam, ceramic shards, and architectural details, through various modes of discovery. They use their collections as source material for multilayered, abstract compositions that reframe our familiar surroundings and challenge the division between man-made and organic in favor of a more seamless view of the material world. STRATA is on view in the Arsenal Gallery now through April 24, 2014. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Reggie Lee Talks About his Role in GRIMM
by E.H. Reiter - Mar 6, 2014

Reggie Lee has been an actor on stage and screen for many years. Here he talks about his role as Sgt. Wu on NBC's GRIMM and the episode this week that he helped create. (more...)

Ensemble Theatre to Present BY THE WAY, MEET VERA STARK, Begin. 3/15
by BWW News Desk - Mar 5, 2014

The Ensemble Theatre presents By the Way, Meet Vera Stark, a regional premiere comedy by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage and directed by Eileen J. Morris, with Opening Night and media reception, Thursday, March 20, 2014, 6:30 p.m. (more...)

SOUND OFF: GLEE Goes Three Ways
by Pat Cerasaro - Mar 5, 2014

Gloria! GLEE is nearing graduation season, complete with senior flings, faculty faux pas and Fat Tuesday-befitting festivities on the NYC side of the show, as well. Last night's ep gave us some major '80s gems, '90s lite rockers, '00 anthems and even an obscure '60s tune, too, showing the dependable diversity of not only the music but the general themes of the one and only hit musical dramedy series in history. Heart to The Supremes to Simple Minds, Wilson Phillips and Destiny's Child - it was a delight. (more...)

Black Mondays: Worst Decisions of the Supreme Court (4th Edition) is Released
by BWW News Desk - Mar 5, 2014

Updated 'Black Mondays: Worst Decisions of the Supreme Court' Published Hard Cover: ISBN 978-0-9814510-6-0, $45.00 Paperback: ISBN 978-0-9814510-8-4, $20.00 Ebook/iBook: $9.95 Inprint Books announced the publication of the revised and significantly updated 'Black Mondays: Worst Decisions of the Supreme Court (Fourth Edition)' by Joel D. Joseph. Justice Thurgood Marshall wrote the foreword for the first edition and it is included in this edition as well. The author found, 'The worst decision in recent history was Bush v. Gore in which the Supreme Court enacted a judicial coup d'état, installing George Bush as President of the United States, overruling Florida and Congress.' Florida was not allowed to finish the counting of the ballots even though the Supreme Court ruled that prior counting violated the Constitution of the United States. Joseph added, 'And By the Way the Twelfth Amendment to the Constitution specifically provides that Congress shall count the votes of the presidential electors. If two competing slates of presidential electors from one state are presented to Congress, Congress, not the United States Supreme Court, decides which slate of electors are counted.' In 2008, President George W. Bush signed the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Amendments into law that gave Chief Justice Roberts the power to appoint all members of the FISA Court without Senate confirmation. Concerning government spying, the Supreme Court has ruled that the ACLU does not have standing to challenge the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, thus allowing virtually unlimited surveillance by the government. In recent years, the Supreme Court has taken charge of gun control, video-game violence, campaign finance and class actions. It has taken power from States and cities and given them to corporations. 'Corporations are people,' the Court has announced, allowing unlimited corporate involvement in political campaigns. Corporations can now dictate that disputes with customers are settled in arbitration, not in court. The Supreme Court has ruled that these arbitrations cannot be class arbitrations overriding State law and individual rights. Mr. Joseph blames the Supreme Court for overturning laws that regulated violent video games and limited gun control laws. 'The Supreme Court ruled that California could not limit sales of violent video games to minors. Two of the mass shooters of this past year, Adam Lanza in Newtown, Connecticut and James Holmes in Aurora, Colorado, were violent video game addicts who acted out their fantasies in real life. The Court has blood on its hands, particularly Justice Scalia, who found that there is not connection between violent video games and actual violence.' The Supreme Court is now the center of controversy for gun control, voters' rights, civil rights, consumer rights, privacy and access to justice. This book will be the subject of many talk shows from coast to coast. The author will tour major U.S. cities including Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Boston and Cleveland. For More Information Contact: Joel D. Joseph, 310-820-2211 (more...)

BWW Interviews: Neil deGrasse Tyson Talks New FOX Series COSMOS
by Caryn Robbins - Mar 5, 2014

Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson spoke about the exciting new project, airing on FOX on Sundays (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX (more...)

BWW Reviews: SONG AT TWILIGHT Dims in the Modern Age
by Lauren Yarger - Mar 4, 2014

In Noel Coward's time, and when one of his last plays, A SONG AT TWILIGHT was written in 1966, it must have been shocking to have the possible outing of a closeted gay man be the driving force of a plot. In 2014, when such a play is just one of a plethora of stories written by men, featuring male characters and very often, gay men's issues, we have to wonder why two of Connecticut's theaters have chosen to include a revival of it on their stages this season (currently it's at Hartford stage through March 16. It moves to Westport Country Playhouse April 29), especially when there are so many other great plays out there just begging to be produced. (more...)

Everyman Theatre to Present BY THE WAY, MEET VERA STARK, 4/16-5/11
by BWW News Desk - Mar 31, 2014

Hailed as 'flat-out funny!' by the Hollywood Reporter, By the Way, Meet Vera Stark makes its Baltimore/DC premiere at Everyman Theatre, running from April 16th through May 11th. Resident Company Member Dawn Ursula will play the title role of Vera Stark, alongside fellow Company Members Beth Hylton and Wil Love. Walter Dallas makes his Everyman directorial debut with the regional premiere. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Furlanetto Part 2: The Russian Soul
by Erica Miner - Mar 31, 2014

In a continuation of our extraordinary conversation, Maestro Ferruccio Furlanetto reveals insights on performing the astonishing Russian basso repertoire - in Russia. (more...)

The REP to Present BY THE WAY, MEET VERA STARK, 3/20-4/6
by BWW News Desk - Mar 3, 2014

The REP, Point Park University's professional theatre company, continues its compelling 2013-2014 season with Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage's Hollywood satire, By the Way, Meet Vera Stark. (more...)

BWW Reviews: THE TUTOR at Village Theatre Abandons Itself
by Jay Irwin - Mar 27, 2014

You're a cute little new musical that has workshopped itself at Village in their Village Originals program twice before. You have an interesting storyline and a fun little gimmick. You start off a little weak but there are sparks of potential. So why would you completely abandon that cute storyline and gimmick by Act Two and then proceed to beat your audience over the head with a tired message of letting time work things out? (A message that made no sense for what preceded By the Way.) Unfortunately this is the question I found myself asking at Village Theatre's "The Tutor". Sure the performers shine but they shine in a show that has no idea what it wants to be or where it wants to go. (more...)

TWO JOURNEYS Offers Father's Tribute to Son
by BWW News Desk - Mar 26, 2014

There is a saying that states that one can never choose the time of one's death, but one can choose the manner on how to face it. One can choose to whine and cry about it, or one can choose to face it with courage, faith and dignity. In 'Two Journeys: Father and Son Wresting Meaning and Hope through Suffering, Forgiveness, and Prayer', author Daniel C. Nelson recounts the last days of his beloved son Christopher, who while dying of Melanoma cancer was able to exhibit to others a profound sense of what it means to be truly human and Christian By the Way he accepted his suffering, By the Way he offered forgiveness to certain individuals in his life, and his faith in the power of prayer. (more...)

SOUND OFF: GLEE 100 - The Sequel!
by Pat Cerasaro - Mar 26, 2014

Last night's second part of the celebratory 100th episode, titled “New Directions”, written and directed by co-creator Brad Falchuk, delivered a recognizable vibe and welcome feeling of the first season of the show - as is all too apt considering the series is transitioning before our very eyes and ears to a predominantly New York City-set storyline. McKinley Goodbyes! (more...)

ASK A HEALTH COACH: Top 10 Ways To Unleash Your VITALITY Today
by Melissa Muguruza - Mar 20, 2014

When people find out you are a health coach, they want to share their story with you and pick your brain on how they can feel better right away. Most people are looking for a plan of attack and want to be told the fastest, easiest way to get there then find it hard to believe that the answers can be so simple. Have you heard the phrase 'little hinges swing big doors?' I am not making this up. No matter who you are or how your health is right now today there are some little things you can do that will make a BIG difference. (more...)

Charles E. Schumer Honors Young Audiences New York for Commitment to Further Arts Education in New York
by BWW News Desk - Mar 20, 2014

Young Audiences New York (www.yany.org) announced today that The Honorable Charles E. Schumer honored the organization by issuing a proclamation recognizing and honoring 'Young Audiences New York for its commitment to further arts education in New York.' The event coincided with activities taking place during National Young Audiences Arts for Learning Week (March 16-22)an effort to drive attention to the critical importance of arts in our schools and communities. (more...)

Say it Ain't So - Hugh Jackman Expecting to Be REPLACED as Wolverine
by BWW News Desk - Mar 2, 2014

Unfortunately, unlike the comic book and big screen super hero, Jackman himself is aging (or so we're told). Talking on set to IGN, during the filming of the upcoming X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST, Jackman reveals that: (more...)

SOUND OFF: GLEE 100! The Original Ten Return
by Pat Cerasaro - Mar 19, 2014

The Beatles once sang, 'You say goodbye / I say hello,' and so it goes with the gang on FOX's hit musical dramedy GLEE - new beginnings; new endings; and, well, New Directions, too. GLEE's '100' episode reunited the original crew - minus, of course, the tragically deceased Cory Monteith, who played headlining football hero Finn and who was paid elegant tribute with grace and class both last week and this week in his absence - with the addition of the new gleeks added in the ensuing seasons. While many of the new stars never managed to capture the lighting in a bottle that the originals commanded, it is undeniable that they each provided their own special spice in the GLEE stew and a handful broke out to considerable prominence on Broadway and beyond, particularly in the case of Darren Criss aka Blaine. Nonetheless, what made us all fall in love with GLEE in the first place, lo, more than five seasons ago, was that original recipe - and it's still as savory, spicy, sweet and mouth-watering as ever, as last night's spectacular celebratory entry showcased in spades; and hearts, too. But, yet, we are forced to ask: is this the end or the beginning? (more...)

BLAME CANADA! with LES MIS Cast Members, Jarrod Spector & More Set for 54 Below this Week
by BWW News Desk - Mar 17, 2014

Coming up this week, 54 BELOW, the performance venue located just below the legendary Studio 54 at 254 West 54th Street, presents some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz and beyond: (more...)

Team StarKid Presents TWISTED IN CONCERT at 54 Below, 3/17
by BWW News Desk - Mar 15, 2014

YouTube sensation Team StarKid will present Twisted in Concert, an abridged version of their most recent show Twisted: The Untold Story of a Royal Vizier, at 54 Below at 7pm and 11:30pm on Monday, March 17th. (more...)

COMMUNIQUE N°10 to Open 4/25 at the Cutting Ball Theater
by BWW News Desk - Mar 13, 2014

Cutting Ball Theater closes its 15th season with the American Premiere of COMMUNIQUE N°10 by French playwright Samuel Gallet, in a translation by Cutting Ball Artistic director Rob Melrose, who also helms this new work. Featuring Damien Seperi, Ponder Goddard, Maura Halloran, Wiley Naman Strasser, Paris Hunter Paul, Hugo Cabajal, and Aaron Malberg, COMMUNIQUE N°10 plays April 25 through May 25 (Press opening: May 1) at the Cutting Ball Theater in residence at EXIT on Taylor (277 Taylor Street) in San Francisco. (more...)

BWW Guest Blog: Life on the Road in OZ by Adam Sergison
by Toronto Newsdesk - Mar 12, 2014

After 10 months of playing in the frigid cold of Toronto, Canada, our cast of The Wizard of Oz began a touring experience that currently has us situated in Costa Mesa, California. I had no idea it was so warm here, even in winter. The joy of packing all of my winter clothes into a box in middle of January is comparable to a second Christmas morning. It's my first national tour, and I've picked up a few tips and experiences I'd love to share with you over the coming weeks. For starters, let me tell you a bit about what I do in the show! (more...)

RACHAEL'S CAFE: Rachael Arrives...
by Guest Blogger: Rachael's Café - Mar 10, 2014

Rachael's Cafe is my first play and, as such, getting it ready for its London premiere has been quite a manic whirlwind of firsts. For months it was all go - getting a creative team together, set design, rehearsals, feminisation sessions, press, marketing - all of it was focused and functional. (more...)

InDepth InterView: Daniel Ezralow On 2014 Sochi Olympics Opening Ceremony, SPIDER-MAN Broadway Memories, Hollywood & More
by Pat Cerasaro - Feb 7, 2014

Today we are talking to a remarkably accomplished choreographer, actor and director who has crafted uniquely compelling movement for a number of wide-ranging projects in many mediums, from his early work as a performer onstage to creating dances for film, television and theatre - the gifted Daniel Ezralow. Discussing his elemental participation in tonight's 2014 Sochi Olympics Opening Ceremony, Ezralow previews some of the pageantry, spectacle and artistry we can anticipate in the multi-million dollar production as well as the themes and ideas present in it. Additionally, Ezralow opens up about the technical process in organizing such a titanic technical production as well as outlines his collaboration with the scores of performers and behind-the-scenes individuals converging to pull it all off for a worldwide audiences. Plus, Ezralow comments on the controversial politics and ongoing drama surrounding the games. As if all that were not enough, Ezralow generously recounts his experiences working on the recent Broadway musical SPIDER-MAN: TURN OFF THE DARK, recounting the troubled preview period and much-discussed injuries as well as sharing his enthusiasm for his ongoing artistic relationship with master director Julie Taymor, extending also into her fantastic Beatles-inspired feature film musical ACROSS THE UNIVERSE as well as THE GREEN BIRD on Broadway and more. Besides all that, Ezralow also comments on some of his specialty work for awards shows and looks back on some of his most memorable stage and screen work. All of that and much, much more awaits in this special interview with a dance dynamo! (more...)

Jeffrey Bean, Elizabeth Bunch and More to Star in World Premiere of Theresa Rebeck's FOOL at Alley Theatre; Cast Announced!
by BWW News Desk - Feb 6, 2014

Alley Theatre Artistic Director Gregory Boyd announces the cast and creative team for the world premiere of a new comedy by Theresa Rebeck, Fool. In Rebeck's new comedy, two kings get together and place a wager on their fools - a jester competition, and the funniest one gets to keep his head. Two evil minions have a lot to say about this, but not as much as the kitchen wench. And what's the queen been up to all night? A dramatical comical farcical tragical play about power, love and laughter, set in a medieval kitchen. Adult Language, Adult Situations, Beheadings. (more...)

VIDEO: Idina Menzel Talks OSCAR Performance on GMA
by TV News Desk - Feb 26, 2014

In an interview with GMA, Idina Menzel, the Tony Award-winning singer behind the song's original vocals, said she's surprised By the Way the song has caught on. (more...)

VIDEO: Idina Menzel & Cast of IF/THEN Lead FROZEN Singalong on GMA
by TV News Desk - Feb 26, 2014

Thousands joined together for an epic coast-to-coast 'Frozen' singalong live today on 'Good Morning America,' from Tony Award-winning singer Idina Menzel and the cast of her highly anticipated new Broadway musical If/Then, to the New York City Children's Chorus, to fans who gathered in Times Square (more...)

ALL THE WAY, PIPPIN & More Nominated for 2014 IRNE Awards
by BWW News Desk - Feb 25, 2014

The Nominating Committee of the Independent Reviewers of New England has just announced nominees for the 2014 IRNE Awards. The Independent Reviewers of New England (IRNE) Awards, founded by Beverly Creasey of the Journal Newspapers and Larry Stark of TheaterMirror in 1997, recognize the extraordinary wealth of talent in the Boston theatre community. (more...)

Adam McKay On 'Huge' Musical Number In ANCHORMAN 2 Re-Release
by Pat Cerasaro - Feb 22, 2014

While internationally recognized funnyman and former SNL star Will Ferrell has already proven his mettle on the Great White Way with his solo show YOU'RE WELCOME AMERICA, the ANCHORMAN 2 star figures into another theatrical trope as well - an elaborate musical number filmed but cut from the new feature film comedy but set to be a central component of the Alternate Cut, set for re-release in theaters for a limited time later this month. (more...)

Jeffrey Bean, Elizabeth Bunch and More Star in World Premiere of Theresa Rebeck's FOOL at Alley Theatre, Beg. Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2014

Alley Theatre presents the world premiere of a new comedy by Theresa Rebeck, Fool. In Rebeck's new comedy, two kings get together and place a wager on their fools - a jester competition, and the funniest one gets to keep his head. Two evil minions have a lot to say about this, but not as much as the kitchen wench. And what's the queen been up to all night? A dramatical comical farcical tragical play about power, love and laughter, set in a medieval kitchen. Adult Language, Adult Situations, Beheadings. (more...)

Trinity Rep Sets 2014-15 Season: THE GLASS MENAGERIE, BAREFOOT IN THE PARK, MIDDLETOWN & More
by BWW News Desk - Feb 20, 2014

Tony Award-winning Trinity Repertory Company, under the leadership of The Richard L. Bready Artistic Director Curt Columbus and Executive Director Michael Gennaro has announced their 2014-2015 season line-up of plays. (more...)

BWW Blog: Sherz Aletaha of Off-Broadway's DISASTER! - The Real Housewives of Disaster
by Guest Blogger: Sherz Aletaha - Feb 19, 2014

Hey there, reader! Hope you're doing well. Me? I'm doing alright, thanks for asking. A few days ago? Not so great. I either had a stomach bug or food poisoning, which sucked!!! Luckily it happened on our day off so I did not vomit on my cast mates (I'm sorry to give you that visual...so disgusting) but we did come up with a fun game; throughout last night's show we tried to find the most hilarious moments for an unfortunate puking accident. It turns out that our inner musicians shined really brightly at this game because it was either always in rhythm or on the button of a song. For example, we do the song 'Saturday Night' by the Bay City Rollers so in our game it would go 'S-A-T-U-R-D-A-Y *barf*' (more...)

Rufus Collins and Amanda Drinkall to Star in VENUS IN FUR's Chicago Premiere at Goodman Theatre, 3/8
by BWW News Desk - Feb 18, 2014

'In love as in politics, one partner must rule. One of them must be the hammer, the other the anvil.' Venus in Fur, Chicago native playwright David Ives' 'smart, sexy, sinister comedy' (Vogue), is now in rehearsals for its March 8 premiere at Goodman Theatre, helmed by Joanie Schultz. (more...)

PeopleLinx Achieves 300% Sales Growth in 2013 and Signs Over 40 Top Brands
by BWW News Desk - Feb 18, 2014

PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ PeopleLinx, provider of automated marketing and training solutions for LinkedIn, announced today that the company achieved 300% sales growth in 2013 and signed over 40 new brands. As brands create new sales, marketing and recruitment opportunities through LinkedIn, PeopleLinx has met demand for software that can manage employee training, content sharing and analytics at enterprise scale. (more...)

Pacific Office Automation Kennewick Urges Companies to Implement Appropriate Workflow Solutions
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2014

KENNEWICK, Wash., Feb. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ Simple and consistent workflow processes are necessary for any company that has a desire to keep their office running efficiently. Productivity is significantly impacted By the Way an office is run, and an office with streamlined workflow processes is much more likely to be successful than a disorderly office. Pacific Office Automation Kennewick understands the importance of a streamlined office, and is urging companies to take a proactive approach when it comes to matters of efficiency, productivity and profitability. (more...)

InDepth InterView: Elaine Stritch On New Doc, ELAINE STRITCH: SHOOT ME, Plus Sondheim Stories, Broadway Memories & Much More
by Pat Cerasaro - Feb 17, 2014

Today we are setting our sights on one of the most iconic Broadway leading ladies alive and looking back at her astonishingly rich and varied career onstage and onscreen, having worked with many of the most important entertainment figures of the 20th and 21st century over her 60-year career and winning multiple awards and honors in the process - the one and only Elaine Stritch. Touching upon her time in many notable theatrical entities ranging from her early work at The New School under director Erwin Piscator to rubbing elbows with legends like Bertolt Brecht, William Inge, Noel Coward, Tennessee Williams and Marlon Brando to her unforgettable turns in Stephen Sondheim's COMPANY and FOLLIES IN CONCERT, Stritch also shines a light on her indelible performances in the plays of Edward Albee and looks ahead to a staged reading of THREE TALL WOMEN she is pursuing later this year. Most importantly, Stritch opens up about the multi-year process in creating the stunning and awe-inspiring new all-access documentary ELAINE STRITCH: SHOOT ME, directed by Chiemi Karasawa, and outlines how she dealt with cameras documenting her every move for more than two years. Additionally, Stritch comments on her memorable moments in the films of Woody Allen byway of SEPTEMBER and SMALL TIME CROOKS, as well as shares insights into some of her most famous and fabulous co-stars - Ben Gazzara, Alec Baldwin, James Gandolfini, Steve Buscemi and many more included. Plus, Stritch details her recent move back to her hometown of Detroit, Michigan, and shares details about her recent recuperation from hip surgery and ongoing battles with alcoholism as well as learning to see with only eye. As if all of that were not enough, Stritch also imparts her thoughts on why she appeals to the younger generation and how her Emmy-winning 30 ROCK role has raised awareness for her in the last decade and whether she would ever consider pursuing a reality series or new solo cabaret act. All of that, why she hates the word diva and much, much more in this career-spanning conversation with the veritable reigning queen of Broadway herself. (more...)

KING KONG Closes in Australia Today; Aims to Take on Broadway, the World
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2014

After 5 years of development, 6 months of rehearsal, 4 season extensions and 293 curtain calls, KING KONG has its final performance today, 16 February 2014. The mega-musical is reportedly aiming to open on Broadway in December 2014, and producers have also been in discussions to bring KONG to Germany, Korea, Japan and Las Vegas after New York. (more...)

Now Playing Onstage in Charlotte - Week of 2/16/2014
by BWW - Feb 16, 2014

Upcoming Shows - Week of 2/16/2014 for Charlotte (more...)

Ken Baltin, Paula Plum and More Star in DEATH OF A SALESMAN at The Lyric Stage, Now thru 3/15
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2014

The Lyric Stage Company of Boston presents DEATH OF A SALESMAN, running tonight, February 14 - March 15, 2014. The play, by Arthur Miller, will be directed by Spiro Veloudos. (more...)

Cesar Millan to Speak at MPAC, 3/14
by BWW News Desk - Feb 12, 2014

Cesar Millan, star of the new television series Leader of the Pack on Nat Geo WILD and original host of the long-running hit series National Geographic's Dog Whisperer is coming to Mayo Performing Arts Center on Friday, March 14, 2014 at 8 pm. Tickets are $49-79. (more...)

Second Stage Theatre's THE HAPPIEST SONG PLAYS LAST Begins Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Feb 11, 2014

Second Stage Theatre's production of THE HAPPIEST SONG PLAYS LAST, written by 2012 Pulitzer Prize winner Quiara Alegria Hudes and directed by Tony Award winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson, begins performances tonight, February 11. (more...)

Junior Brown with The Easy Leaves, Chante Moore and More Set for Yoshi's San Francisco, Now thru 3/9
by BWW News Desk - Feb 11, 2014

Yoshi's San Francisco has announced its upcoming lineup, now through March 9, 2014. Details below! (more...)

DO-GOODER Extends Through 3/1 at 16th Street Theater
by BWW News Desk - Feb 10, 2014

The Jeff-Recommended world premiere of Laura Jacqmin's Do-Gooder will extend through Saturday, March 1 at North Berwyn Park District's 16th Street Theater, 6420 16th Street in Berwyn. Directed by Artistic Director Ann Filmer, Do-Gooder is the first show in 16th Street's Season Seven 2014: How to Be Good. (more...)

CMDI unveils Crimson v2, the first major milestone in the Republican Victory in '16 Technology Roadmap
by BWW News Desk - Apr 9, 2014

TYSONS CORNER, Va., April 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ Just in time for the 2014 election cycle, CMDI, the leading Republican technology provider, is turning the vision of the Republican National Committee's Growth & Opportunity Project into a reality with the release of Crimson v.2. (more...)

BWW Reviews: BUIKA'S Undeniable Vocal Talent Shines at Strathmore
by Jennifer Perry - Apr 7, 2014

Buika's vocal talent is undeniable. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Shakespeare UnScripted Turns Comedy into Art
by Ellen Dostal - Apr 6, 2014

No one is standing on ceremony in Impro Theatre's latest comedic invention, SHAKESPEARE UNSCRIPTED. On the contrary, the only formality you'll find here is the kind you leave at the door when you step foot into the theater. (more...)

Yale Rep to Stage World Premiere of THE HOUSE THAT WILL NOT STAND, 4/18-5/10
by BWW News Desk - Apr 3, 2014

Yale Repertory Theatre, in a co-production with Berkeley Repertory Theatre, presents the world premiere of The House that will not Stand by Marcus Gardley, directed by Patricia McGregor. The House that will not Stand will be performed at Yale Repertory Theatre (1120 Chapel Street) April 18-May 10. Opening Night is Thursday, April 24. (more...)

BWW Reviews: The Ensemble Theatre's BY THE WAY, MEET VERA STARK is As Poignant As It Is Hilarious
by David Clarke - Apr 2, 2014

Earlier this season Houston was introduced to Lynn Nottage with a production of RUINED. Now, The Ensemble Theatre is putting this playwright on everyone's must watch list with a sterling production of her 2011 play, By the Way, MEET VERA STARK. This intellectual comedy powerfully explores the legacy of American-Americans in 1930s Hollywood and leaves audiences with plenty to think and talk about. (more...)

BREAKING BAD's Anna Gunn and Billy Magnussen to Lead Second Stage's SEX WITH STRANGERS
by BWW News Desk - Apr 1, 2014

Currently celebrating its 35th Anniversary Season, Second Stage Theatre (Carole Rothman, Artistic Director) has announced complete casting for its upcoming production of LAURA EASON's drama, SEX WITH STRANGERS, directed by DAVID SCHWIMMER. The company will feature Emmy Award-Winner ANNA GUNN (Breaking Bad) as Olivia and Tony Award-Nominee BILLY MAGNUSSEN (Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike) as Ethan. (more...)

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