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Tickets on Sale Next Week for THE SOUND OF MUSIC at Fox Cities Performing Arts Center
by BWW News Desk - Aug 19, 2016

The hills are alive! Tickets go on sale for the brand new production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC, directed by three-time Tony Award winner Jack O'Brien on Friday, Aug. 26 at 10 a.m. This lavish new production runs Dec. 13-18 at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center as part of a North American tour. (more...)

Full Cast Announced For TRAVESTIES at Menier Chocolate Factory
by Marianka Swain - Aug 19, 2016

The Menier Chocolate Factory today announces the full company for a major new revival of Tom Stoppard's TRAVESTIES - the first London revival in over 20 years. Patrick Marber directs Clare Foster (Cecily), Freddie Fox (Tristan Tzara), Tom Hollander (Henry Carr), Forbes Masson (Lenin), Peter McDonald (James Joyce), Amy Morgan (Gwendolen), Sarah Quist (Nadya) and Tim Wallers (Bennett). The production - which opens on 4 October, with previews from 22 September and runs until 19 November - is now completely sold out, breaking Menier box office records by becoming the first play to sell out ahead of its opening in the theatre's history. (more...)

STAGE TUBE: Watch Highlights of Ogunquit's PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT
by Stage Tube - Aug 19, 2016

Get your glitter on and take the ride of your life with the hilarious and heartwarming Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, based on the Oscar-winning film on stage at the Ogunquit Playhouse August 10 to September 3.  BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below! (more...)

Classical Guitarist Thibaut Garcia Makes Erato Debut with LEYENDAS; Heads to Carnegie Hall in March
by BWW News Desk - Aug 19, 2016

22-year-old guitarist Thibaut Garcia makes his Erato debut with Leyendas (Legends), an atmospheric recital of music by Spanish and Argentinian composers: Albeniz, De Falla, Rodrigo, Tarrega (his famous, shimmeringRecuerdos de la Alhambra), Manjon and Piazzolla. (more...)

The Met To Show Auguste Salzmann's 19th Century Photographs, 9/12
by BWW News Desk - Aug 19, 2016

Opening September 12 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Faith and Photography: Auguste Salzmann in the Holy Land will be the first-ever exhibition devoted exclusively to the career of the French academic painter, archaeologist, and photographer. In 1853, Auguste Salzmann (1824-1872) embarked on the arduous journey from Paris to Jerusalem. Hoping to objectively verify religious faith through the documentation of the city's holy sites, he turned to photography, creating one of the most enigmatic bodies of work of the 19th century. (more...)

Tony Danza to Bring STANDARDS & STORIES to Brooklyn Center This Fall
by BWW News Desk - Aug 19, 2016

Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College continues its 2016-17 season on Sunday, November 20, 2016 at 3pm with Emmy-nominated song-and-dance man Tony Danza performing his newest one-man show, Standards & Stories. (more...)

Tony Winner Dominick LaRuffa Jr. to Appear in MY BIG GAY ITALIAN MIDLIFE CRISIS
by BWW News Desk - Aug 19, 2016

Dominick LaRuffa Jr. is set to take on the role of "Nathaniel Hollingsworth" in the hit Off-Broadway comedy "My Big Gay Italian Midlife Crisis," now approaching its one year anniversary, opposite creator Anthony J. Wilkinson. LaRuffa will be schedule to appear in both the September 15th and September 22nd performances. (more...)

BWW Preview: Teater KataK to Stage THE MUSKETEERS, 23-25 September
by Yuliani Supandji - Aug 19, 2016

After being launched as a legal entity in early June, independent KataK is set to stage its initial production entitled The Musketeers, adapted from a novel by noted French writer Alexandre Dumas, at the Jakarta Art Building (GKJ) on Sept. 23 to 25. (more...)

PHOTO FLASH: Cirkus in Stockholm Prepares To Welcome THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
by Michael Dale - Aug 19, 2016

True to its name, the 1,650-seat Cirkus in Stockholm, built in the 1830s, was originally a venue for circus performances. (more...)

Benjamin Briones Ballet to Present THE ROUND TABLE in NJ and NYC
by BWW News Desk - Aug 19, 2016

'The Round Table 2016', presented by Benjamin Briones Ballet, is a collection of some of the most fresh and innovative, upcoming and established choreographers and dance companies in the field. (more...)

REBELS! ON BROADWAY Series to Return This September at The Ordway
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2016

The Ordway Center for the Performing Arts continues its popular Broadway Songbook series Sept. 23-30 with REBELS! on Broadway. (more...)

VIDEO: Get To Know AN AMERICAN IN PARIS' Leading Man, Dimitri Kleioris
by Michael Dale - Aug 18, 2016

Like Robert Fairchild, the Tony-nominated originator of the role he plays in AN AMERICAN IN Paris, dancer Dimitri Kleioris had never sung professionally before stepping in as leading man at Broadway's Palace Theatre. (more...)

Peter Brook to Bring the Mahabharata to BAM in BATTLEFIELD This Fall
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2016

With Battlefield, Peter Brook and his internationally renowned team -- Marie-Helene Estienne and Jean-Claude Carriere -- revisit the great Indian epic the Mahabharata 30 years after Brook's legendary production captivated the theater world-and inaugurated the BAM Majestic Theater (now the BAM Harvey Theater). (more...)

The Met to Feature 'Benjamin Franklin: Portraits by Duplessis', 8/22
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2016

Several works depicting the brilliant writer, inventor, politician, patriot, and statesman Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), who has been the subject of hundreds of portraits, will go on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in a focused exhibition opening on August 22. The most famous of these was painted by Joseph Siffred Duplessis (1725-1802), Louis XVI's official portraitist, after Franklin arrived in Paris in 1776 to seek French support for the American war of independence. Portraying Franklin in a red coat with a fur collar, and with an astonishingly elaborate frame decorated with his attributes, the oval painting was greatly admired when Duplessis exhibited it at the 1779 Paris Salon.  (more...)

Universal Music Group Appoints Samantha Fink Senior Vice President Of Human Resources
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2016

Universal Music Group (UMG), the world leader in music-based entertainment, announced today that Samantha Fink, Ph.D., has been named Senior Vice President of Human Resources, effective immediately. (more...)

Kaminski Auctions Presents the Estate of Baroness Mary McFall de Gunzburg
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2016

Kaminski Auctions is pleased to present the estate of the late Baroness Mary McFall de Gunzburg of New York City, New York and Miami Beach, Florida at their July 24th auction beginning at 10:00 am EST. Happily married for over forty years to Baron Guy de Gunzburg, the two shared a passion for world travel and collecting art and antiques. (more...)

Americana-Jazz Singer Gwen Hughes Signs with Grammy-winning ZOHO Music and Releases New Album
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2016

Americana-jazz singer songwriter-Gwen Hughes has released her latest album, Native Land, on Grammy-winning ZOHO Music. To celebrate the album, Hughes has set music release parties in Atlanta and New York to benefit Usher's New Look Foundation. (more...)

PHOTO FLASH: Sierra Boggess Arrives In Paris To Star In THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
by Michael Dale - Aug 18, 2016

School's out for Sierra Boggess as she bids adieu to SCHOOL OF ROCK and preps to star as Christine Daae when THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA begins performances in Paris. (more...)

Buffalo Theatre Ensemble's Opens Season with DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2016

After a three-year hiatus Buffalo Theatre Ensemble (BTE) opens its 2016-2017 "Year of the Phoenix" Season in the McAninch Arts Center's intimate Playhouse Theatre with Marc Camoletti's "Don't Dress for Dinner," directed by BTE Ensemble member Kurt Naebig,* Sept. 8 - Oct. 9. This production marks the return of the professional Equity company as the MAC's resident theater company. There will be a preview performance on Thursday, Sept. 8 at 8 p.m.; press opening is Friday, Sept. 9 at 8 p.m. Performances run through Sunday, Oct. 9. (more...)

Auguste Salzmann's 19th-Century Photographs of Jerusalem's Holy Sites on View September 12
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2016

Opening September 12 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Faith and Photography: Auguste Salzmann in the Holy Land will be the first-ever exhibition devoted exclusively to the career of the French academic painter, archaeologist, and photographer. In 1853, Auguste Salzmann (1824-1872) embarked on the arduous journey from Paris to Jerusalem. Hoping to objectively verify religious faith through the documentation of the city's holy sites, he turned to photography, creating one of the most enigmatic bodies of work of the 19th century. (more...)

BWW Interview: Julie Charnet in DECADES: THE LADIES OF JAZZ at the Ethical Society of Philadelphia
by Donna Marie Nowak - Aug 18, 2016

Philadelphia chanteuse Julie Charnet brings her blend of jazz and swing to the Ethical Society of Philadelphia and other venues. (more...)

Famed Portraits of Benjamin Franklin by Duplessis on View This Fall at the Met
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2016

Several works depicting the brilliant writer, inventor, politician, patriot, and statesman Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), who has been the subject of hundreds of portraits, will go on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in a focused exhibition opening on August 22. (more...)

Pharrell Williams & Friends to Perform 'Hidden Figures Live' on Toronto Film Fest Festival Street
by Movies News Desk - Aug 18, 2016

The Toronto International Film Festival® announced today an exclusive, TIFF Members-only first look at Theodore Melfi's new feature film Hidden Figures during the Festival. (more...)

Lisa Jason to Bring BULLIED TO BEAUTIFUL to the Met Room
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2016

Internationally acclaimed, jazz and cabaret venue The Metropolitan Room welcomes back Lisa Jason in 'Bullied to Beautiful.'  (more...)

Lynn Nottage's SWEAT Adds Another Week at The Public
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2016

The Public Theater announced today that the New York Premiere of SWEAT by Lynn Nottage has been extended one week. (more...)

PHOTO FLASH: Michael Crawford Commemorates 30th Anniversary THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA's First Rehearsal
by Michael Dale - Aug 18, 2016

Check out a wonderful vintage photo of Michael Crawford and the mask. (more...)

Martha Graham Dance Company's GrahamDeconstructed to Present DARK MEADOW, 9/13
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2016

New York, NY, August 8, 2016 – The GrahamDeconstructed series brings audiences behind the scenes for an intimate view of Martha Graham's masterworks. On September 13 and 14, the Martha Graham Dance Company will present a rehearsal showing of Dark Meadow Suite, an arrangement of highlights from Dark Meadow (1946).  (more...)

Met Museum to Open New Valentin de Boulogne Exhibit, 10/7
by BWW News Desk - Aug 17, 2016

The greatest French follower of Caravaggio (1571–1610), Valentin de Boulogne (1591–1632) was also one of the outstanding artists in 17th-century Europe. In the years following Caravaggio's death, he emerged as one of the most original protagonists of the new, naturalistic painting. Valentin de Boulogne: Beyond Caravaggio will be the first monographic exhibition devoted to this artist who is little known because his career was short-lived—he died at age 41—and his works are so rare. Around 60 paintings by Valentin survive, and this exhibition will bring together 45 of them, with works coming from Rome, Vienna, Munich, Madrid, London, and Paris. Exceptionally, the Musée du Louvre, which possesses the most important and extensive body of Valentin's works, will lend all of its paintings by the artist. The exhibition is made possible by the Hata Stichting Foundation, the Placido Arango Fund, the William Randolph Hearst Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Richardson, and Alice Cary Brown and W.L. Lyons Brown. It is supported by an Indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities. The exhibition is organized by The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Musée du Louvre. Not since 1973, when an exhibition of the French followers of Caravaggio was held at the French Academy in Rome and at the Grand Palais in Paris, has there been an attempt to bring the achievements of this extraordinary painter before a large public. Therefore, this exhibition will be a landmark event not only for scholars and students, but also for art lovers, who will discover one of the giants of French painting. Although he is not well known to the general public, Valentin has long been admired by those with a passion for Caravaggesque painting. His work was a reference point for the great realists of the 19th century, from Courbet to Manet, and his startlingly vibrant staging of dramatic events and the deep humanity of his figures, who seem touched by a pervasive melancholy, make his work unforgettable. In the early years of the 17th century, Rome was the cultural capital of Europe, where aspiring artists from France, Spain, Germany, and the Lowlands flocked to experience the great monuments of the Roman past as well as the masterpieces of Raphael and Michelangelo. But once there it was the novel art of Caravaggio—one of the great revolutionaries of Western art—that attracted them. Caravaggio famously rejected the grand tradition that looked to the past, espousing instead a new kind of art based on painting directly from the posed model observed under a raking light that enhanced its dramatic impact—a lighting effect that was emulated by filmmakers in the 1930s. Caravaggio's revolution redrafted the artistic landscape of Europe and when he suddenly died in 1610 of malaria, the void he left was filled by two painters of genius. One was the famous Spaniard Jusepe de Ribera (1591–1652) who in 1616 moved from Rome to Naples, where he spent the rest of his life; the other was the Frenchman Valentin de Boulogne who spent the whole of his short career in Rome. There is scant information about Valentin's life before he arrived in Italy, although it is known that he was born on January 3, 1591, not far from Paris, in the small town of Coulommiers. He was the son of a painter and glazier and he had a brother, 10 years his junior, who was also a painter. It is likely that Valentin first apprenticed with his father, but nothing is known about his career before he arrived in Rome, where he is documented by 1614. Like so many young artists from the north of Europe and Spain, Valentin arrived in Rome with little training but a strong desire to make a name for himself. Caravaggio's practice of painting directly from the model, eliminating the intervening training that had been thought essential to the artist, opened a new dynamic for aspiring artists, as did the emergence of the art market. Artists no longer necessarily required the connections provided by a well-established master. And their realistic vocabulary was no longer aimed only at erudite connoisseurs—it appealed to the masses, thereby challenging the authority of Antiquity, Raphael, and Michelangelo. It also introduced an existential subtext to conventional images, such as Valentin's Samson with the Jawbone of an Ass (Cleveland Museum of Art). Painted for Cardinal Francesco Barberini, the nephew of Pope Urban VIII, the picture incorporates a self-portrait of the artist. Valentin's most frequent subjects are scenes of merriment, with music-making, drinking, and fortune-telling—themes associated with Caravaggesque painting, but treated in a hauntingly reflective fashion, as though meditations on the transience of the pleasures of life. But Valentin's greatest achievements were in the field of dramatic narratives and among the exhibition's highlights are the monumental Allegory of Italy (Finnish Institute, Rome), perhaps the most extreme statement of naturalism before Courbet; and the prestigious altarpiece commissioned from Valentin for Saint Peter's Martyrdom of Saints Processus and Martinian (Pinacoteca Vaticana, Rome). Much admired by contemporaries, the latter must have been studied by Velázquez, who visited Rome shortly after the painting was installed. In The Judgment of Solomon (Musée du Louvre), Valentin presents the Biblical story of the young Solomon, deciding the fate of a baby claimed by two women, as an unfolding drama, with the viewer as active participant. Valentin's life was cut short when, following a night of tavern-hopping, he contracted a fatal fever. The exhibition is organized by Keith Christiansen, the John Pope-Hennessy Chairman of the Department of European Paintings at The Met, and Annick Lemoine, author of an authoritative book on Valentin's contemporary Nicholas Régnier. The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue, published by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The catalogue is made possible by the Diane W. and James E. Burke Fund. Related programs include a Sunday at the Met, a Friday Focus lecture, exhibition tours, and an interdisciplinary gallery conversation. Also planned are a Picture This! program for visitors with vision loss, a Met Escapes for visitors with dementia and their care companions, and an Evening of Art and ASL. Keith Christiansen will discuss Valentin de Boulogne in a series of two ticketed talks on October 19 and 26 in the Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium. An audio tour, part of the Museum's Audio Guide program, is available for rental ($7, $6 for Members, $5 for children under 12). The Audio Guide is sponsored by Bloomberg Philanthropies. The exhibition will be featured on The Met website, as well as on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter via the hashtag #ValentindeBoulogne. After its presentation at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Valentin de Boulogne: Beyond Caravaggio will be on view at the Musée du Louvre, Paris, from February 20 through May 22, 2017. (more...)

NBC Sports Gold Presents Live Coverage of 2016 VUELTA A ESPAÑA, Beginning This Saturday, August 20
by TV News Desk - Aug 17, 2016

NBC Sports Group's robust coverage of the 2016 cycling season continues this Saturday, August 20, as NBC Sports Gold begins exclusive live coverage of the 2016 Vuelta a España - the final Grand Tour of the season. Coverage of the 21-stage race begins at 12:20 p.m. ET, with Stage 1, a team time trial from the Laias Health Resort to the Castrelo de Miño Nautical Park.NBC Sports Gold's live coverage continues daily throughout the tour, culminating on Sunday, September 11. (more...)

Bravo Multinational (BRVO) Engages RedChip
by BWW News Desk - Aug 17, 2016

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THE DOUBLE to Make Quebec Debut This September
by BWW News Desk - Aug 17, 2016

The fourth and final Hudson Village Theatre (HVT) production of the summer is visiting company's Bad New Days' production of The Double, adapted from the Dostoevsky short story of the same title. (more...)

Exclusive Podcast: BROADWAY'S BACKBONE with Janelle A. Robinson
by Broadway's Backbone - Aug 17, 2016

In this episode: Janelle A. Robinson trained in opera but always had a love for musical theatre. She has cake walked to "Can't Help Loving that Man" and gave out letters in "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.' Janelle talks about being classical trained, becoming a a teacher, race relations in theater, her truth on the myths of non traditional casting, and still being miffed she didn't get cast as Maria in "Sound of Music' as child. (more...)

Miranda N. Prather to Sign Books at Secretariat Festival, 9/17
by BWW News Desk - Aug 17, 2016

Miranda N. Prather, author of 'Blue Blue Sea Finds His Cape,' and Hayley Mullins, illustrator of the work, will attend a book signing at The Secretariat Festival 2016 in Paris, Kentucky, on September 17, 2016. Books will be available to purchase, which Prather and Mullins will autograph. In addition, the popular festival celebrating the life of famous Thoroughbred Secretariat will feature tours of Claiborne Farm, celebrity signing events from the Secretariat team and special visits to the home of the only living Triple Crown winner, American Pharoah. 'Blue Blue Sea Finds His Cape,' published by Shoofly View, tells the life story of a blue-collar racehorse who overcame a devastating illness to survive and inspire thousands around the globe who were facing their own struggles. It will be a homecoming of sorts for Team Blue Blue Sea, as the blue-collar racehorse was born in Paris, Kentucky, not France, as recounted in the book. The book features playful writing and delightful pictures, by Kentucky artist Hayley Mullins, that bring the tale of Blue Blue Sea to life. Blue Blue Sea was no American Pharoah, but he became a hero just the same! Miranda N. Prather was born in Texas and grew up in Mississippi, Louisiana and Kentucky. The first horse she recalls following was Seattle Slew, who was born the same year she was, but it was Alydar that was her first horse racing love (and Blue Blue Sea's great-grandsire). During her time in Kentucky, she took horseback riding lessons and owned an off-track Thoroughbred named Beble. Hayley Mullins from Erlanger, Kentucky, attends college at Lipscomb University in her freshman year. She is a self-taught artist, who is gaining a following due to her natural talent for catching a subject in whimsical ways. She is studying Visual Development and Animation. Secretariat needs no introduction. His legendary performances on the track earned him a following that stretched well beyond the ranks of horse racing fans. Owned by Penny Chenery and ridden by Ron Turcotte, the handsome chestnut ended the then longest drought of Triple Crown winners and ushered in the golden 1970's when no sport was more popular than horse racing. His Belmont Stakes victory remains one of the most storied wins of any sport. Chenery founded the Secretariat Foundation as a means of giving back to the community, and especially the amazing equine athletes of the sport. Shoofly View seeks to give authors honest feedback, and if an author presents a well-written, interesting book, the chance at publication. In late 2015, they published 'Blue Blue Sea Finds His Cape,' their first book. They are currently looking at other book projects and plan an online journal to highlight the best in writing, art and photography. Shoo-Fly View Publications (more...)

Echo Theater Company Stages World Premiere of BLUEBERRY TOAST
by BWW News Desk - Aug 17, 2016

Ever wonder what evil lurks in the heart of suburbia? Get ready for another wild ride fromThe Echo Theater Company when Dustin Wills directs theworld premiere of a modern-day, darkly comic revenge tragedy by Mary Laws. Blueberry Toast puts the "dys" in family dysfunction beginning Sept. 17 at Atwater Village Theatre. (more...)

Photo Flash: Show Biz After Hours With Frank DiLella at Birdland!
by BWW News Desk - Aug 17, 2016

The Broadway at Birdland concert series was proud to present NY1 theater journalist Frank DiLella back on the Birdland stage, with the sixth episode of his new talk show, 'Show Biz After Hours With Frank DiLella.'  Frank's very special guests were Nikki M. James ('BrainDead,' Book of Mormon), Max von Essen (An American in Paris), Laura Michelle Kelly (Finding Neverland), Michael Longoria (Jersey Boys) and the vocal group 'Range.'  (more...)

Season Tickets Now On Sale For Opera Santa Barbara
by BWW News Desk - Aug 17, 2016

Single tickets are on sale now for Opera Santa Barbara's 2016-17 season, which will open November 4 and 6 with Georges Bizet's timeless drama Carmen, followed by productions of Leoš Jana?ek's imaginative The Cunning Little Vixen on March 3 and 5, and Giacomo Puccini's richly melodic La Rondine on April 28 and 30. Ranging in price from $29 to $204, tickets can be purchased at www.granadasb.org or by calling 805-899-2222. Performances will take place at the historic Granada Theatre, 1214 State Street in downtown Santa Barbara. (more...)

Top 10 Screen To Stage Musical Adaptations
by Marianka Swain - Aug 17, 2016

The path from screen to stage hasn't always been a smooth one, and celluloid success is no guarantee of musical triumph (just ask the Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark team). But London is currently awash with popular medium-jumpers, from Aladdin and The Bodyguard to new musical Groundhog Day, which opened last night at the Old Vic. Here are 10 of the best screen to stage adaptations. (more...)

RAISED BY GAYS AND TURNED OUT OK! Set for 2016 San Francisco Fringe Festival
by BWW News Desk - Aug 17, 2016

Elizabeth Collins did not have a 'normal' childhood. Her formative years were shaped by her father coming out of the closet, her parents' divorce and the second half of her childhood living with two gay men. In the rollercoaster ride of her experience, what Collins developed most was a wicked sense of humor, a dry wit, acceptance, lots of love...and some amazing stories! (more...)

Australian World Orchestra Celebrates Fifth Anniversary at Sydney Opera House
by BWW News Desk - Aug 17, 2016

The Australian World Orchestra (AWO) has announced its five-year anniversary celebrations in 2016, performing two stellar concerts co-presented by the Sydney Opera House on Wednesday 28 and Thursday 29 September. (more...)

Australian World Orchestra Celebrates Five Year Anniversary At Sydney Opera House
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2016

The Australian World Orchestra (AWO) is thrilled to announce its five-year anniversary celebrations in 2016, performing two stellar concerts co-presented by the Sydney Opera House on Wednesday 28 and Thursday 29 September. The concerts will be led by two of Australia's pre-eminent conductors - AWO Chief Conductor and Artistic Director, Alexander Briger AO, and conductor of the Berlin Symphony Orchestra and violinist of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Stanley Dodds - and feature the premiere of the AWO's first commissioned concerto, by Australian composer Elena Kats-Chernin. (more...)

Stephen Petronio Company Announces Third Season of BLOODLINES
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2016

In 2015, Stephen Petronio Company culminated its 30th anniversary 2014-15 season with a transformation: the launch of Bloodlines. This five-year autobiographical project not only honors the lineage of American postmodern dance, but also traces the influences and impulses that have shaped choreographer Stephen Petronio, an artist uniquely positioned to preserve this postmodern tradition. Premiere dates for the third season of Bloodlines, along with additional touring, will be announced soon. (more...)

Mirror Visions Ensemble Announces 25th Anniversary Programming
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2016

Mirror Visions Ensemble (MVE) today announces concerts and programming for its 25th anniversary season. (more...)

2016-17 Concert Season Launches at The Royal Conservatory of Music
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2016

The Royal Conservatory of Music's 2016-17 concert season begins a year-long celebration of Canada's sesquicentennial. Over 100 concerts will be presented and more than 70 of those will feature Canadian artists. (more...)

Irish Arts Center to Present Comedy HOW TO KEEP AN ALIEN This Fall
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2016

Irish Arts Center (IAC), the arts and cultural center dedicated to projecting a dynamic image of Ireland and Irish America for the 21st century, is pleased to present the U.S. premiere of Rough Magic's How to Keep an Alien (Sep 15-Oct 1), written by and starring Sonya Kelly. Directed by Gina Moxley, How to Keep an Alien is a story about falling in love and having to prove it to the government. (more...)

Toronto International Film Festival Reveals 2016 City to City Programme
by Movies News Desk - Aug 16, 2016

The 41st Toronto International Film Festival® shines its spotlight on eight fearless features from the city of Lagos, Nigeria, for the eighth edition of the City to City programme. (more...)

ChangYong Shin to Make New York Debut at Carnegie Hall This November
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2016

?The Hilton Head International Piano Competition (HHIPC) will present its 2016 First Prize winner, ChangYong Shin, at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall on Saturday, November 19, 2016, 2:30 p.m. (more...)

First Look: FOX's EMPIRE Launches Official Jewelry Collection with King Ice
by TV News Desk - Aug 16, 2016

KING ICE, a leading men's jewelry brand, launched its street wear jewelry line inspired by Fox's EMPIRE. (more...)

Broadway Arranger, Composer Sam Davis Set for THE AMAS SONG SALON Next Month
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2016

Amas Musical Theatre and The Amas Song Salon will offer a special presentation with four rising Broadway talents - Sam Davis (An American in Paris), Daniel May (Flower Drum Song), Rashidra Scott (Sister Act), and A.J. Shively (Bright Star) - who will explore the art of musical orchestrating and arranging. (more...)

San Francisco Ballet Orchestra to Release MOSZKOWSKI: FROM FOREIGN LANDS Recording
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2016

San Francisco Ballet Orchestra will release Moszkowski: From Foreign Lands, Rediscovered Orchestral Works, a new recording, on September 9, 2016 via Reference Recordings. This delightful program is the San Francisco Ballet Orchestra's fourth release with Reference Recordings. (more...)

Texas Ballet Theater Launches Season with North American Premiere
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2016

Texas Ballet Theater opens the 2016-2017 season at the Winspear Opera House September 16-18, and Bass Performance Hall October 7-9, with a mixed repertoire program featuring Cuban choreographer Carlos Acosta's Carmen, a co-production with London's world-renowned The Royal Ballet and Australia's Queensland Ballet, and DGV: Danse a Grande Vitesse, choreographed by Tony Award-Winner Christopher Wheeldon. (more...)

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