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VIDEO: Ellen Degeneres Reveals Her 2015 Halloween Costume - 'Karla Kardashian'!
by TV News Desk - Oct 30, 2015

For a special Halloween episode, Ellen Degeneres dressed up as the newest Kardashian sibling, Karla. (more...)

BWW Review: Freely Sounds the Mockingbird's Song in CCTC's TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
by Kristen Morale - Oct 30, 2015

Now brought to the stage, thus making the message of a shared humanity that much more profound, the Cape Cod Theatre Company has given us a production that is worthy of more than just the audience's time and consideration: it is a lesson that must be carefully taught to each of us again and again, a confirmation that people have the right to be considered individuals beneath the watchful eye of unchanging men, and a song that should not cease because people are too blind to hear its call. (more...)

Shakespeare Schools Festival Returns to Greenwich
by BWW News Desk - Oct 29, 2015

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Academic Theatre at CCBC Catonsville to Present Lynn Nottage's INTIMATE APPAREL
by BWW News Desk - Oct 28, 2015

The Theater department at the Community College of Baltimore County explores a variety of challenging themes in its student academic theatre productions. This semester, while CCBC Essex students put on their innovative interpretation of 'The Elephant Man,' students at CCBC Catonsville examine Lynn Nottage's 'Intimate Apparel.' Nottage's play weaves an age-old Cinderella-like story into a rich and complex theatrical tapestry. (more...)

'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for October 28th, 2015
by Paul W. Thompson - Oct 28, 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. 'Irving Berlin' arrives in town, and screenings of 'Little Shop' and 'Oklahoma!' light 'em up. Jess Godwin sang with Kristin Chenoweth, and a Thanksgiving musical prepares, as do 'Seussical,' 'The Merry Widow' and 'My Way.' And Broadway In Chicago and the Drury Lane Theatre announce lineups for 2016! (more...)

BWW Review: Electrifying ELEKTRA from Goerke, Nelsons and the Boston Symphony at Carnegie Hall
by Richard Sasanow - Oct 26, 2015

One thing you should know about Richard Strauss's ELEKTRA: When it's done right, the audience works itself into a fever pitch and—after the orchestra has played the final notes—it stands and screams its head off. I've seen this before and it happened again the other night, with sopranos Christine Goerke in the title role and Gun-Brit Barkmin as her sister Chrysothemis, in an exhilarating performance with the Boston Symphony Orchestra under its music director Andris Nelsons. (more...)

Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 10/24-10/25/2015
by - Oct 25, 2015

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Sunday, October 25, 2015 - Sunday, October 25, 2015. (more...)

BWW Feature: The Mets are in the World Series, Celebrate with Sports Showtunes!
by Matt Tamanini - Oct 25, 2015

The fall is a special time for Broadway fans, with new plays and musicals opening left and right. However, it is also a special time of year for sports fans, with the baseball playoffs in full swing, college and pro football seasons well underway, and the hockey and basketball schedules kicking off. Inspired by the fact that the New York Mets have advanced to the World Series to take on the Kansas City Royals, Jeff Walker and I decided to take a look at some of the places where sports and Broadway mix. After I graduated from The Ohio State University (college football's defending champion and current No. 1 team, By the Way), my first few jobs were in covering and coaching college and professional sports. So, to be able to mix two of my biggest passions, is a lot of fun, so check out our 9 Innings of Sports Showtunes, with special attention paid to America's favorite pastime! (more...)

BWW Cooks: An Orange Soup for the Fall Leaf Season
by Marakay Rogers - Oct 23, 2015

It's autumn, and root vegetables and gourds are as seasonal as fall leaves. How about a bright orange soup to match the leaves? It's vegan or vegetarian, and adapts to the rest of your menu with your spices. And it's as easy as you want it to be. (more...)

BWW Review: Creepy, Kooky, Fun ADDAMS FAMILY at Fulton Theatre
by Marakay Rogers - Oct 22, 2015

Director Marc Robin pesents a fresh and improved take on the musical version of the classic TV show (more...)

Piper Perabo Leads John Pollono's LOST GIRLS, Beginning Tonight at MCC Theater
by BWW News Desk - Oct 21, 2015

MCC Theater presents the New York premiere of John Pollono's LOST GIRLS. Golden Globe nominated star of stage and screen, Piper Perabo-who recently completed five seasons of the USA's popular drama series 'Covert Affairs' for which she received a Golden Globe Award nomination, and was last seen onstage in the Broadway and MCC Theater productions of Neil LaBute's Reasons to be Pretty-stars alongside Ebon Moss-Bachrach (HBO's 'Girls'), Meghann Fahy (Next to Normal), Tasha Lawrence (Good People, The Whale), and newcomers Lizzy DeClement and Josh Green. (more...)

Intis Telecom Has Launched a New Version of the SMS Platform
by BWW News Desk - Oct 21, 2015

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SPCO's Liquid Music Series to Present Miranada Cuckson in 'Sun Propeller'
by BWW News Desk - Oct 21, 2015

On Saturday, November 14, 2015 at 8:00pm at Amsterdam Bar & Hall in Saint Paul, The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra's Liquid Music Series presents Miranda Cuckson: Sun Propeller, an investigation of our human fascination with the world above and around us. Violist and violinist Miranda Cuckson performs a set of contemporary pieces composed on themes of wind, air and light, featuring repertoire from living composers all across the world, including Dai Fujikura, Kaija Saariaho, Ileana Perez-Velasquez, Richard Barrett and Nina C. Young (who will be present on electronics). Utilizing nothing more than Cuckson's playing and electronics, each piece will showcase the unique 'warmth and humanity' (Cultured Cleveland) of her unforgettable musical voice. (more...)

BWW Recap: Wilk Opens Up to Lady Love on Tonight's THE BASTARD EXECUTIONER
by Kara McCoy - Oct 20, 2015

A few big things happened in tonight's episode, and most of them had nothing to do with Milus Corbett. What. A. Bummer. But we're gonna talk about him anyway. I am so sorry for anyone who reads my recaps and doesn't like Milus. I'd like to actually take this moment to publically apologize to you. But he's my fav. How can you not crack up at just about everything he says? Cozying up to Lady Love like, 'soooo... you're going to marry Pryce now, riiiiight?' And hey! We found the guy who killed Lady Trula! Things are looking up! TIME FOR A WEDDING! CAN I BE YOUR MAID OF HONOR, OR IS THAT WEIRD?! Okay, Corbie, simmer down. Lady Love brushes off the wedding plans for now, and asks to see the rebel who has confessed to Lady Trula's murder. Milus acquiesces, even though he doesn't know what else the guy could possibly tell the baroness. Such a sly guy, he's out of control. (more...)

arena Selects Centric Software Product Lifecycle Management
by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2015

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Piper Perabo Leads John Pollono's LOST GIRLS, Opening Tonight at MCC Theater
by BWW News Desk - Nov 9, 2015

MCC Theater presents the New York premiere of John Pollono's LOST GIRLS. The production is directed by Jo Bonney who last collaborated with playwright John Pollono on MCC's critically acclaimed production of Small Engine Repair. LOST GIRLS opens tonight, November 9. It is scheduled through November 29, 2015. (more...)

BWW Recap: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner on ASH VS. EVIL DEAD
by Desiree Fantal - Nov 7, 2015

Last week's ASH VS EVIL DEAD gave us the return of our beloved chainsaw-handed hero, the risk of impending doom, and a few new faces to follow through their fight against the evils of the Necronomicon. This week was filled with more fights, carnage, screams, and sprinkled with witty one liners. (more...)

Hartford Stage Presents THE BODY OF AN AMERICAN by Dan O'Brien with Michael Crane and Michael Cumpsty
by BWW News Desk - Nov 6, 2015

Hartford Stage will present Dan O'Brien's bold, radically theatrical and poetic true story, The Body of an American, with direction by Jo Bonney and featuring Michael Crane and Michael Cumpsty, from January 7-31, 2016. (more...)

MaryJoanna Grisso, Austin Colby, Natascia Diaz and More to Star in Signature Theatre's WEST SIDE STORY; Full Cast Announced!
by BWW News Desk - Nov 6, 2015

Signature Theatre has announced the cast of WEST SIDE STORY, directed by Signature Associate Artistic Director Matthew Gardiner (Signature's Sunday in the Park with George, Cabaret). The musical, a collaboration of music, dance and theater giants Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Jerome Robbins and Arthur Laurents, is considered by some to be one of the greatest musicals of all time. WEST SIDE STORY will run from December 8 - January 24 in Signature Theatre's intimate MAX Theatre. (more...)

BWW Review: POTTED POTTER Is a Goofy, Magical Ride
by Natalie de la Garza - Nov 6, 2015

Over the last decade, Dan and Jeff have created a frantic, fast-paced 70 minute romp through all seven Harry Potter books. Yes, that's roughly 4000 pages of story and over 300 characters culled down and squeezed into a little over an hour and yes, it's quite the sight to see. (more...)

Andrea Rosen Gallery to Represent Artist Simon Fujiwara
by BWW News Desk - Nov 30, 2015

Andrea Rosen Gallery is delighted to announce the representation of Simon Fujiwara. United by a common sense of formal and conceptual rigor, the artists in the gallery's program are each defined by having a distinct territory. 'I have been following Simon's work for a number of years,' Rosen says, 'and I am so pleased that his success is a reflection of the singular point of view in his practice. I am always impressed By the Way his work is able to simultaneously hold both content and mystery.'  The addition of new artists to the program is always incredibly exciting. At this time, the development of new artist relationships is an essential part of gallery's agenda and we look forward to sharing additional exciting news soon.  (more...)

BWW Interview: Singer FRANK SINATRA JR. Talks Upcoming 100th BIRTHDAY SINATRA CONCERT
by Don Grigware - Nov 2, 2015

On December 12 singer Frank Sinatra Jr. will perform a 100th Birthday Celebration of his father Frank Sinatra's music at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills at 9 pm. In our talk he describes the concert in detail. He also talks about his mentors and what music he prefers to listen to nowadays. When and how did this celebration concert come about? When Frank Sinatra died back in 1998 I engineered a celebrational show which I intended to run for eighteen months to two years, to celebrate his life and his career. The show at that time was called Sinatra Sings Sinatra. As it turned out, the audiences and the people who hired our program wanted very much to keep Sinatra Sings Sinatra going long after two years had passed. By now we were getting close to going into the 21st century, and it has been so ever since. Now we come to December the 12th forthcoming here which will have been his 100th birthday. OK! Two years ago I discussed with my family and the people that we work with the importance of organizing a special series of events to commemorate his 100th year. I was wondering whether or not  this was a little bit of overkill at the time, but I have been told such things happen for people like Duke Wayne, Bing Crosby and people of that situation that they have these big festivals, recapitulations, tributes, you name it. In 2013 I started writing a show for the end of 2015. That show debuted in May this year. (more...)

BWW Recap: THE BASTARD EXECUTIONER Ties Up Loose Ends on Tonight's Season Finale
by Kara McCoy - Nov 17, 2015

Alright, folks. It's season finale time, so let's just cut to the chase. Finales are all about tying up loose ends, and tonight's episode of THE BASTARD EXECUTIONER was no exception. First there's that little issue of vengeance that's been hanging over Wilk and Toran's heads since pretty much the pilot. Would tonight finally be the night to avenge their butchered wives? Well...Actually...No. And turns out, I am so okay with that, because all season long, I couldn't help but look at Leon and Locke and think, y'know what, they kinda seem...not...that...bad...? In the first of many showdowns tonight, Toran confronts Locke about his wife's slaughter. Locke admits that he acted under orders, but totally owns what he did. He takes responsibility, but he seems sorry for it--even if he doesn't come out and say it. He doesn't beg for mercy because he knows he doesn't deserve it. Toran, in turn, says that Locke has at least earned himself a fair fight. Which was really nice of him, but I don't think he actually expected to lose. Lucky for him, Locke is a pretty honorable guy and chooses to spare Toran's life, on the agreement that their score is now settled. So. There's Toran's vengeance. Check. (more...)

BWW Recap: THE BASTARD EXECUTIONER Ties Up Loose Ends on Tonight's Season Finale
by Kara McCoy - Nov 17, 2015

Alright, folks. It's season finale time, so let's just cut to the chase. Finales are all about tying up loose ends, and tonight's episode of THE BASTARD EXECUTIONER was no exception. First there's that little issue of vengeance that's been hanging over Wilk and Toran's heads since pretty much the pilot. Would tonight finally be the night to avenge their butchered wives? Well...Actually...No. And turns out, I am so okay with that, because all season long, I couldn't help but look at Leon and Locke and think, y'know what, they kinda seem...not...that...bad...? In the first of many showdowns tonight, Toran confronts Locke about his wife's slaughter. Locke admits that he acted under orders, but totally owns what he did. He takes responsibility, but he seems sorry for it--even if he doesn't come out and say it. He doesn't beg for mercy because he knows he doesn't deserve it. Toran, in turn, says that Locke has at least earned himself a fair fight. Which was really nice of him, but I don't think he actually expected to lose. Lucky for him, Locke is a pretty honorable guy and chooses to spare Toran's life, on the agreement that their score is now settled. So. There's Toran's vengeance. Check. (more...)

Natural Swimming Pools Benefit From a Growing Market, Creating New Opportunities for BIOTOP Partnership
by BWW News Desk - Nov 17, 2015

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BWW Interview: Christine DiTota And Auggie Abatecola of PETER PAN at Yorktown Stage
by Kathryn Kitt - Nov 16, 2015

PETER PAN, one of the most crowd-pleasing shows ever presented at Yorktown Stage, is about to fly high once more, entertaining audiences for the start of the holiday season. The perennial family favorite, which has played in front of 10,000 people at this venue in recent years, will have weekend matinee and evening performances during Thanksgiving week of Nov. 21-29. (more...)

BWW Review: MAN OF LA MANCHA at the Broad Brook Opera House
by Joseph Harrison - Nov 16, 2015

It's always a thrill to make your first visit to see a new theatre company. A lack of context creates a blank slate with limitless possibilities. That was my experience when I attend my first production by the Opera House Players at the lovely Broad Brook Opera House in Broad Brook, CT. Situated a bit off the beaten path, it is not the type of place you would simply stumble upon, but upon arrival I could immediately tell this place was certainly something special to the community. This feeling was further validated by the faithful theater-goers in attendance on opening night of The Opera House Players' current production of MAN OF LA MANCHA. The first thing I noticed was the excitement in the air from the audience. The packed house (which, By the Way, is always a good sign, especially on opening night) was abuzz in anticipation of the show. The theater itself is set on the top floor of the former Broad Brook Woolen Company building which was built in 1892. With a long history of being a gathering place for the town, the theater obviously holds a special place in people's hearts. (more...)

BWW Recap: Every Which Way on THE GOOD WIFE
by Jacqueline Bublitz - Nov 16, 2015

There's just too much craziness in this world. So says Alicia Florrick tonight, and boy, ain't that the truth. Sometimes - unlike the real-life, tragic events of this past weekend - the craziness can be fun. Tilt-a-whirly. Unexpected and delirious. Like being on a ride someone else designed, so you just get to let go - and have fun.  (more...)

New Relic Software Analytics Cloud Helps Nonprofits Become Data-Driven Organizations
by BWW News Desk - Nov 13, 2015

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BWW Review: Quill Conquers with AN ILIAD at Buzzards Play Productions
by Kristen Morale - Nov 13, 2015

Whatever the past is, it is immortal to the person reliving it, and acknowledging the truth of this statement and thus questioning its relevance in the life of Homer's Poet is something the audience is faced with throughout An Iliad. In this beautiful one-man production, the sole man on stage offers his "immortality" to an audience of those who will listen through his tales of the Trojan War, not retelling epic battles and regurgitating facts that can be found in any history book, but conveying to his fellow listeners a story of his past. This past is one he has lived and continues to live through, boasting of and lamenting over brave men who were his friends, his enemies, his comrades in a war that he makes both he can make so simultaneously dreadful and beautiful. Not knowing for sure of his actual involvement in the events of the time, or for what reason he decides to recount and retell such events even though they cause him a considerable amount of anguish (very similar to Carraway in Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby), An Iliad is just that: an epic telling of a man's past that he, presumably, must tell again and again, making his words that much more poignant as he tells of a not so distinguishable time ago. (more...)

Photo Flash: TheatreLAB's LADY DAY AT EMERSON'S BAR AND GRILL Begins Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2015

TheatreLAB, Richmond's home for unexpected and evocative performance, is proud to present Lanie Robertson's LADY DAY AT EMERSON'S BAR AND GRILL, starring local theatre favorite Katrinah Carol Lewis as Billie Holiday. The production is the first show of TheatreLAB's 2015-16 season, 'A Vivid Impression of Reality,' and will run tonight, November 12th to December 12th at TheatreLAB's venue, The Basement (300 East Broad Street). Scroll down for a sneak peek! (more...)

Stephanie J. Block, Brian d'Arcy James and The New York Pops to Bring Holiday Cheer to Carnegie Hall
by BWW News Desk - Nov 11, 2015

The New York Pops, led by Music Director Steven Reineke, will present an evening full of holiday cheer at Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage with help from Tony award nominees Stephanie J. Block and Brian d'Arcy James, set to make the season bright with a program of holiday favorites on December 18 and 19, 2015 at 8:00PM. The orchestra will also be joined by Judith Clurman's Essential Voices USA. (more...)

'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for December 9th, 2015
by Paul W. Thompson - Dec 9, 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. Details on the arrivals of 'Hamilton' and 'If/Then,' and Bill Pullinsi's and Michael Flatley's retirements mark the end of two eraa. 'Far From Heaven' and 'Heathers' will premiere locally, and 'Bel Canto' bows at the Lyric Opera. 'Daddy Long Legs' streams, 'Option Up!' debuts new works, and voting for the BroadwayWorld Chicago Awards heats up! (more...)

BWW Review: NEWSIES Is the Orpheum's Latest Edition
by Joseph Baker - Dec 9, 2015

There was a moment tonight in the Orpheum's presentation of NEWSIES that I envisioned the entire production as an animated feature -- and why not? There was the infectious music of Alan Menken, who long ago set the 'gold standard' for the resurgence of Disney animation beginning with THE LITTLE MERMAID; there was, too, the 'underdog' hero ('Jack Kelley,' played with panache and charisma by Joey Barreiro), who serves as a point of inspiration for a horde of ragtag 'newsies'; and instead of an 'Ariel' or 'Belle,' there was 'Katherine,' the spirited young 'girl reporter,' who, with her independence and ingenuity, could fall right in line with the other young heroines of Disney films. (more...)

Hottest Articles on BWWVisual ArtsWorld.com for 11/29/2015 - 12/6/2015
by BWW - Dec 6, 2015

Hottest Articles on BWWVisual ArtsWorld.com from 11/29/2015 - 12/6/2015. (more...)

Review Roundup: Did NBC's THE WIZ LIVE! Bring it 'Home'?
by TV News Desk - Dec 4, 2015

NBC aired its colorful holiday production of THE WIZ LIVE! last night featuring newcomer Shanice Williams as Dorothy alongside Grammy and Golden Globe-winner Queen Latifah as the Wizard, nine-time Grammy-winner Mary J. Blige as Evillene, original Dorothy, Stephanie Mills, as Auntie Em and David Alan Grier as the Cowardly Lion. (more...)

Having #TGIT Withdraws? The SCANDAL Cast Singing Showtunes is the Perfect Medicine
by Matt Tamanini - Dec 3, 2015

Since last Thursday was Thanksgiving, tonight will likely be the first time this season that you are going to be experiencing the severe symptoms of acute #TGIT withdraw. Unfortunately, after the November Sweeps period ended, ABC and Shonda Rhimes are keeping her doctors, gladiators, and murderers on the shelf until February 11th, when another sweeps period is in full effect. So, to help ween you off of your OPA addiction (you can't just quit Olivia cold turkey, ask Jake and Fitz), I have assembled a group of clips that show your favorite SCANDAL stars in a slightly different light than you are accustomed to, namely, singing showtunes!  (more...)

'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for December 2nd, 2015
by Paul W. Thompson - Dec 3, 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 Wiz Live!' has arrived, as have the casts of three tours to the Loop. 'Bridges' is in Iowa, though. The Marriott takes on 'Spring Awakening,' and the Piccolo Theatre, Congo Square and Theo Ubique do December in their own ways. The Second City opens another revue, and in Milwaukee, 'My Fair Lady!' (more...)

BWW TV: Celebrate Christmas with Stephanie J. Block, Brian d'Arcy James and the New York Pops!
by Randy Rainbow - Dec 24, 2015

Just last week, the New York Pops, led by Music Director Steven Reineke, presented an evening full of holiday cheer at Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage with help from Tony award nominees Stephanie J. Block and Brian d'Arcy James. BroadwayWorld was there for the special night and below, you can make your Christmas Eve bright with the help of Block, James and friends! (more...)

Sidney Sees 2016: Prognostications for the Nation
by BWW News Desk - Dec 23, 2015

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BWW Interview: Melissa Pritchett, Actress, Talks Alley Theatre CHRISTMAS CAROL Past and Present
by Katricia Lang - Dec 20, 2015

Alley Company Artist Melissa Pritchett ( Mary Pidgeon and Christmas Past) talks performing the Alley tradition, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, in the newly renovated Alley theatre. (more...)

Photo Coverage: Inside The New York Pops Christmas Concert After-Party with Brian d'Arcy James, Stephanie J. Block, and More
by Stephen Sorokoff - Dec 20, 2015

On Friday night, December 18, the New York Pops, led by Music Director Steven Reineke, presented an evening full of holiday cheer at Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage with help from Tony award nominees Stephanie J. Block and Brian d'Arcy James. (more...)

Cast Announced for East Coast Debut of Lynn Nottage's SWEAT at Arena Stage
by BWW News Desk - Dec 2, 2015

The new drama Sweat by Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage (Ruined; By the Way, Meet Vera Stark) comes to Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater following a critically-acclaimed debut at Oregon Shakespeare Festival as part of a co-commission between the two theaters. Hailed by The New York Times as an 'extraordinarily moving drama' that 'brims with the kind of ripe, richly imagined life associated with the work of the great August Wilson,' the play is directed by Nottage's longtime collaborator Kate Whoriskey and runs January 15-February 21, 2016 in the Kreeger Theater. (more...)

BWW Interview: The Spirited David Trudell Dishes on His Holidays - Past & Present
by Gil Kaan - Dec 2, 2015

Playwright/actor David Trudell returns to the Skylight Theatre December 13 for a solo one-nighter with his holiday-themed SPIRITS, ANYONE?  Moon Mile Run's multi-hyphenate Michael Kearns identifies Trudell as an artist 'who aims to illuminate the zeitgeist of his generation through solo work that is identifiable, edgy, and humorous.' (more...)

BWW Interview: Brian Stokes Mitchell's Broadway Christmas at SF Symphony
by Harmony Wheeler - Dec 2, 2015

Brian Stokes Mitchell talks Broadway's 'Shuffle Along' and his upcoming Christmas concert at San Francisco Symphony. Read the full interview to learn about his creative process, Mitchell's take on arts education, and his upcoming album projects. Then visit sfsymphony.org for tickets to his December 16 concert. (more...)

Photo Coverage: Stephanie J. Block, Brian d'Arcy James and the New York Pops Celebrate Christmas at Carnegie Hall
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Dec 19, 2015

Last night, December 18, the New York Pops, led by Music Director Steven Reineke, presented an evening full of holiday cheer at Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage with help from Tony award nominees Stephanie J. Block and Brian d'Arcy James. Featuring a program of holiday favorites and joined by Judith Clurman's Essential Voices USA, the concert returns tonight, December 19. BroadwayWorld has photos from the event below! (more...)

Photo Coverage: Stars Bring Holiday Cheer Backstage at New York Pops Carnegie Hall Concert
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Dec 19, 2015

Last night, December 18, the New York Pops, led by Music Director Steven Reineke, presented an evening full of holiday cheer at Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage with help from Tony award nominees Stephanie J. Block and Brian d'Arcy James. Featuring a program of holiday favorites and joined by Judith Clurman's Essential Voices USA, the concert returns tonight, December 19. BroadwayWorld was there and brings you photos from backstage below! (more...)

BWW Interview: Stephen Ferri of TARZAN at White Plains Performing Arts Center
by Kathryn Kitt - Dec 17, 2015

In this day and age of constant human brutality and tragedy, the story of TARZAN reminds us of what's really important, especially at the holidays, the unconditional love of true family, whether biological or chosen. And although we all 'look' different, under the skin we are just the same. Disney's TARZAN is victorious in bringing to the stage a well-known story with unforgettable melodies and heart-pumping music perfect for the entire family! - Jeremy Quinn, Director (more...)

BWW Recap: That Thing Six Years Ago on THE GOOD WIFE
by Jacqueline Bublitz - Dec 14, 2015

I need a moment. I need six years worth of moments. I thought I'd be fine. I'd read the fan forums, seen the preview. Assumed it was going to be about that thing. That thing six years ago. And then it was about that thing. And my heart remembered all its damage, because you get wiser over the years, and six years might be a long amount of over, but you never really get over missed connections - not the ones that matter. (more...)

Susanne Kacsandi Pens PREPARE TO DIE
by BWW News Desk - Dec 10, 2015

Author Susanne Kacsandi sends a message of hope to anyone who has been victimized by abuse or sex slavery in her fast-paced thriller, 'Prepare to Die: Rescued' (published by WestBow Press). (more...)

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