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BWW Recap: Drugs and the Necronomicon Don't Mix in ASH VS EVIL DEAD
by Desiree Fantal - Oct 31, 2015

Although I enjoyed the first Evil Dead film, I thought the sequels were trash. While longing for a world that would stop rehashing the old and create something original, Starz presented a series based on an old franchise. I was skeptical. I'd been burned many times before. I thought, 'This could really suck.' I was wrong. (more...)

BWW Recap: Drugs and the Necronomicon Don't Mix in ASH VS. EVIL DEAD
by Desiree Fantal - Oct 31, 2015

Although I enjoyed the first Evil Dead film, I thought the sequels were trash. While longing for a world that would stop rehashing the old and create something original, Starz presented a series based on an old franchise. I was skeptical. I'd been burned many times before. I thought, 'This could really suck.' I was wrong. (more...)

SHOWSTOPPER!'s Susan Harrison On Improvisation And Costume
by Guest Blogger: Showstopper! - Oct 22, 2015

Hiya! Susan here (the small redheaded one - if you've seen Showstopper). I'm copying the style of Lucy's opening here. It seemed appropriate as we are at opposite ends of the height spectrum! When we first saw our Showstopper shoes side by side we both knew it was a photo-worthy image which gives you an idea of the difference in height between us.  (more...)

Celestica Announces Third Quarter 2015 Financial Results
by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2015


Long Beach Opera and Chicago Opera Theater Co-Commission World Premiere Stewart Copeland Opera
by BWW News Desk - Oct 14, 2015

Based on La invención de Morel by Adolfo Bioy Casares, the opera will receive its world premiere in the spring of 2017 at Long Beach Opera and Chicago Opera Theater. (more...)

BWW Interview: Craig A. Smith Channels John Crosby in Santa Fe
by Erica Miner - Oct 12, 2015

For the past 30 years, he has written about classical music locally and throughout the US and Canada (more...)

BWW Cooks: Understanding Your Butter
by Marakay Rogers - Nov 27, 2015

Just in time for those holiday baking projects: what you need to know about butter before you start cooking. Margarine and soft spreads have no room at this table if baking and finishing foods are to turn out properly. (more...)

New Ingredients Infuse Seasons 52 Winter Menu with Peak Freshness
by BWW News Desk - Nov 23, 2015

With the arrival of winter, Seasons 52 has released its new menu, delivering ingredients naturally suited to the changing season. Seasons 52 sources the freshest and most seasonally relevant ingredients, changing the menu quarterly. The recently released winter menu which evolves based on new, fresh ingredients includes items such as braised short rib, roasted golden beets, and oak-grilled potato salad. (more...)

No Offence Theatre to Bring TORN APART (DISSOLUTION) to Theatre N16, Nov 29-30
by BWW News Desk - Nov 17, 2015

No Offence Theatre's TORN APART (DISSOLUTION) will play Theatre N16, running November 29th - 30th 2015, 3pm and 8pm. This is a love story. A love story in three Different Times and three different bedrooms... (more...)

Not Blood Paint to Release New Album BELIEVING IS BELIEVING This June
by BWW News Desk - May 4, 2016

To call Brooklyn art-rock outfit Not Blood Paint unique would be an understatement. Conventionally, the band is theatrically vivid and sonically intense. Musically, it's a group impossible to pigeonhole, far removed from traditional verse-chorus-verse structures. Not Blood Paint's new album, Believing Is Believing is out June 17.  (more...)

BWW Dance Review: ABT's 'Shostakovich Trilogy' by Ratmansky
by Barnett Serchuk - May 31, 2016

A funny thing happened on the evening of May 22, 2016, at the Metropolitan Opera House, where ABT was presenting Alexei Ratmansky's 'Shostakovich Trilogy.' There were lots of empty seats. Since Ratmansky's reputation has pretty much enveloped the entire ballet world, I was very surprised to see this. On the other hand, an evening of three Shostakovich works can be enervating, putting high demands on the eyes and ears of an audience. Many might prefer to just stay away. (more...)

MEET THE PRESS Dominates Key Demo for 11th Straight Broadcast
by TV News Desk - May 26, 2016

“MEET THE PRESS WITH CHUCK TODD” was the most-watched Sunday public affairs program in the key demo this past Sunday, May 22, delivering 1.002 million viewers. (more...)

Walnut Street Theatre for Kids to Present MISS NELSON HAS A FIELD DAY
by BWW News Desk - May 16, 2016

Walnut Street Theatre for Kids' production of Miss Nelson Has a Field Day will have audiences cheering for the home team! This touchdown of a musical proves that a little determination and hard work always lead to victory. Assemble your favorite players and hustle down the field to Walnut Street Theatre for this family-friendly, hour-long musical. Watch the Horace B. Smedley Tornadoes transform into the best team ever LIVE on stage June 3rd through June 11th, 2016. (more...)

Nice Work And She's Got It: Kathleen Marshall On Directing Charles Aznavour's MY PARIS at Long Wharf
by Michael Dale - May 12, 2016

The three-time Tony winner is hoping to bring the new musical based on the life of Toulouse-Lautrec.to Broadway. (more...)

BWW Interview: Karen Zacarías on Writing, Passion for Theatre, and the World Premiere of Her Play INTO THE BEAUTIFUL NORTH, at Milagro Theatre
by Krista Garver - May 10, 2016

This spring, Portland's Milagro Theatre, whose mission since 1985 has been to provide 'extraordinary Latino theatre, culture, and arts education experiences for the enrichment of all communities' is presenting the world premiere of its first commissioned play, INTO THE BEAUTIFUL NORTH: AN ADVENTUROUS QUEST, by Karen Zacarias, based on the novel by Luis Alberto Urrea. In advance of the opening, I sat down with Zacarias to learn about her life, the play, and what she thinks about the Portland theatre scene. (more...)

BWW's On This Day - May 1, 2016
by - May 1, 2016

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on May 1 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events! (more...)

Ted Chapin, David Dorfman On Addressing CAROUSEL's Domestic Abuse Issues At Connecticut College
by Michael Dale - Mar 4, 2016

A college production uses revisions to emphasis a look at the musical's issues from a more modern perspective. (more...)

BWW Review: Anita Gillette & Penny Fuller Raise Spirits at Feinstein's/54 Below with SIN TWISTERS TOO
by Alix Cohen - Mar 4, 2016

In a follow-up to their 2013 presentation Sin Twisters, on Wednesday night at Feinstein's/54 Below, show biz veterans Anita Gillette and Penny Fuller offered stories from the Broadway trenches, songs from their musical history, and affectionate one-upmanship, again deftly directed by Barry Kleinbort. (more...)

BWW Review: In History Theatre's WATERMELON HILL, the Stories of Unwed Pregnant Women in 1960s St. Paul are Told with Humor, Intelligence, and Compassion.
by Jill Schafer - Mar 23, 2016

The History Theatre in St. Paul is committed to bringing new plays and musicals to the stage, usually inspired by true events in Minnesota history. Their yearly Raw Stages festival, a series of workshops and readings of new works, often results in full productions in the following season or two. But I often wonder, what happens next? After a new play or musical is developed, produced, and well-received, where does it go? In the case of 2001's WATERMELON HILL, it comes back again 15 years later. As much as I love seeing new works of theater on History Theatre's stage, I'm thrilled that they brought this wonderful old new work back to the stage, giving it a fresh new production. Inspired by historical events, WATERMELON HILL tells the stories of three young women in the mid '60s, pregnant and unmarried, sent in shame to St. Paul's Catholic Infant Home to wait out their pregnancies, deliver their babies, give them up for adoption, and then leave and never look back. Surprisingly light and funny for such a somber topic, the play brings light to the all too familiar tale of the challenges and lack of education and choices facing women in the past, and perhaps to a lesser extant, even today. Along with THE HOW AND THE WHY and NINA SIMONE: FOUR WOMEN, it's another fantastic choice of theater to present during Women's History Month. (more...)

Scoop: STITCHERS on FREEFORM - Tuesday, April 12, 2016
by - Mar 23, 2016

Get all the scoop on STITCHERS, airing on FREEFORM on Tuesday, April 12, 2016! (more...)

BWW Review: ALICE IN WONDERLAND - A Family Adventure
by Lynn Beaver - Mar 14, 2016

ZACH Theatre's production of Lewis Carroll's ALICE IN WONDERLAND adapted by Katie Bender and Gabrielle Reisman, produced in partnership with Underbelly, is an interactive adventure for the whole family. (more...)

BWW Review: BUGLISI DANCE THEATRE Celebrates Women of Distinction
by Juan Michael Porter II - Jun 9, 2016

Like sand through the hourglass, so is the choreography of Jacqulyn Buglisi. No one can argue that Ms. Buglisi knows how to craft beautifully lush movement. Her dances are ephemeral yet timeless, like a conjured dream held in stasis. But in the wrong hands, this ravishing quality becomes smothering. Luckily Ms. Buglisi formed her original company with Terese Capucilli, Christine Dakin, and Donlin Foreman. At the time they were filling a void left in the wake of Martha Graham's death. More than this, they were four of the most talented dancers on the planet coming into their own as creators while using their own incomparable bodies as tools of deliverance; how could the results be anything less than spectacular? Though one wonders, was it the work or the performers? We found out on June 7th, 2016 at The Ailey Citigroup Theatre during the gala performance of Buglisi Dance Theatre's 23rd Season. (more...)

by BWW News Desk - Jun 6, 2016

Many parents feed their children as if they are adults. The truth is, however, that organs and body systems mature at Different Times, which means nutrition needs at different ages vary. (more...)

BWW Interview: Patricia Gucci and IN THE NAME OF GUCCI
by Marina Kennedy - Jun 30, 2016

Broadwayworld.com had the opportunity to interview Patricia about her memoir, 'In the Name of Gucci' and some of her interests. Patricia is a charming, thoughtful woman whose story is truly fascinating. (more...)

The Yard to Welcome Amy Brenneman and Sabrina Peck in THRESHOLD: 90-52-15
by BWW News Desk - Jun 29, 2016

There will be a special benefit event for The Yard, featuring Amy Brenneman, on Friday, July 15, 7- 10pm at The Yard. (more...)

BWW Interview: SAM HARRIS HAMs It Up While Telling It Real
by Gil Kaan - Jun 27, 2016

This showbiz phenom has been making music and telling stories since he burst into the public's consciousness as the winner of the first season of Star Search in 1983. A multi-platinum recording artist, Broadway staple and frequent TV actor; Sam Harris has now added book author to his growing occupational categories of credits. (more...)

BWW Blog: Jessica Gould - A Week in New York Part 1
by Guest Blogger: Jessica Gould - Jun 23, 2016

This past week, I took a visit to New York City. While I was there, I was able to partake in many activities, all centered around the arts. Here is what I did during a part of my week in the Big Apple! (more...)

New Imaging Method Reveals Nanoscale Details about DNA
by BWW News Desk - Jun 16, 2016


BWW Interview: MONSTAH BLACK; Becoming a Fabulous Creature and Processing, Part I
by Juan Michael Porter II - Jul 7, 2016

You know how some people are effortlessly glamorous even when they are meeting up for a simple chat? The describes Monstah Black with whom I met a month ago to discuss his upcoming show at Dixon Place, "HYPERBOLIC! (The Last Spectacle)". Monstah is a handsome black man with impeccable style even when he is lounging and taking it easy. He and his husband, Manchild Black, are legends in the club and music scene. (more...)

by BWW News Desk - Jan 7, 2016

Author EE Hunt demonstrates the universality of goodness in his new spiritually-edifying book, 'Aristocrats of the Spirit' (published by Xlibris). Recounting the inspiring people he has met in his walk through life, Hunt attempts to prove that virtues transcend any faith or religion. (more...)

BWW Review: Desert Rose's Gritty Production of ANGELS IN AMERICA, PART ONE, is Top-Notch, Although Depressing.
by Audrey Liebross - Jan 18, 2016

Desert Rose Playhouse succeeds spectacularly in its 2016 Gay Heritage play: Tony Kushner's ANGELS IN AMERICA, PART ONE: MILLENIUM APPROACHES. Director Jim Strait superbly stages the iconic show about the challenges of being gay in the 1980's. The cast and design are excellent. The production is a must-see. (more...)

Free Shopper WiFi Now Available at Gloucester Quays and Lowry Outlet from WiFi SPARK
by BWW News Desk - Jan 14, 2016


BWW Interview: Source Material's Samantha Shay Talks About Upcoming Premieres
by Krista Garver - Jan 11, 2016

Source Material Collective is an international group of artists who recently established a home base in Portland and will be premiering two works here in the upcoming months. (more...)

BWW Review: Circuit's THE OTHER PLACE Is 'Down the Rabbit Hole'
by Joseph Baker - Feb 8, 2016

Throughout Sunday's matinee of Sharr White's intensely watchable THE OTHER PLACE at Circuit, for some reason I kept thinking of Edgar Allan Poe's 'A Dream Within a Dream' and, particularly, of these lines: 'All that we see or seem / Is but a dream within a dream. / I stand amid the roar / Of a surf-tormented shore, / And I hold within my hand / Grains of the golden sand -- / How few! yet how they creep / Through my fingers to the deep, / While I weep -- while I weep.' THE OTHER PLACE, ably directed by the always dependable Dave Landis, is somewhat constructed like a Chinese puzzle box. Like the main character, a drug company scientist named 'Juliana Smithton' (who, in turn, is married to 'Ian,' an oncologist), the audience is continually challenged with questions of what is real and what is not. (more...)

72% of Resumes are Never Seen by Employers
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2016


BWW Review: THE TWELFTH STORY at The Annex Theatre Tells A Few Too Many
by Amelia Reynolds - Feb 1, 2016

'The Twelfth Story' at The Annex Theatre reminded me of the Rudyard Kipling Just-So Stories that were read to me at bedtime. Directed by Amy Poisson, the cast of 'The Twelfth Story' was as jubilant as spritely camp counselors. As a child, I think I would have liked the story's magic, goblins, twinkling lights and fairy tales. Unfortunately, due to an overlong script and lack of depth, my adult self was a bit bored. (more...)

by Roger Catlin - Dec 8, 2015

Christmas productions come sweet or sour this time or year. It hardly matters which one - everybody seemingly has to do something connected with the holiday. as if it were the only thing that would lure people away from stores, parties and seasonal responsibilities. (more...)

by BWW News Desk - Dec 3, 2015


Jagriti Theatre's Kaavadkatha - Maya to Hold Basic Actor's Workshop, 12/4
by BWW News Desk - Dec 2, 2015

Kaavadkatha Maya is a collaborative performance inspired by the Rajasthani folk form 'Kaavad Katha'. It is an attempt to bring 'Kaavad Katha' to the performance stage. Maya is a piece which blurs the space between the real and imaginary worlds. Through various mythical characters set in Different Times and spaces, it takes us deep into our associations with our emotions and intellect. The main story branches out into various stories and characters and thereby weave a multi-layered narrative. The performance is a result of an extensive collaboration between theatre makers, visual artists, musicians, and designers working together to create the world of Kaavadkatha. The stage comes to life with a performer accompanied by sixteen paintings, original music, masks, movement and poetry composing the theatrical interpretation of Kaavad. (more...)

BWW In-Depth Exclusive: Andrew Briedis on the Past, Present, and Future of Annoying Actor Friend
by Matt Tamanini - Dec 10, 2015

Parody Twitter accounts can be a lot of things. They can be sarcastic (Condescending Wonka), they can make you think (Bored Elon Musk), they can be utterly ridiculous (not the real Bill Murray). The theatre community's favorite parody account, Annoying Actor Friend, has been all of those things at Different Times during its nearly three and a half year existence. The one constant for the character, whether it was brazenly flirting with the official SMASH account, championing causes important to theatre actors and fans, or shamelessly plugging its concerts and books, has been its anonymity. That is of course until yesterday when the account, followed by over 20,000 people, innocuously retweeted a link from a seemingly random blog by Andrew Briedis. (more...)

Michael Socha and Tamla Kari to Lead THIS IS LIVING at Trafalgar Studios
by BWW News Desk - Apr 8, 2016

Following a critically-acclaimed Edinburgh production in 2014, THIS IS LIVING by award-winning debut play by Liam Borrett, starring Michael Socha (E4's The Aliens, This is England, Being Human) and Tamla Kari (BBC's The Musketeers, The Inbetweeners Movie, Versailles (Donmar)) is a poignant and relatable exploration of what it means to say goodbye. (more...)

BWW Review: ECHOES at 59E59 is Poignant and Haunting
by Marina Kennedy - Apr 29, 2016

'ECHOES' is now being performed at 59E59 Theaters through Wednesday, May 4th. Written by Henry Naylor and directed by Mr. Naylor and Emma Buttler, this is a haunting, poignant play that must be seen. (more...)

Celestica Announces First Quarter 2016 Financial Results
by BWW News Desk - Apr 21, 2016


Hershey Area Playhouse Theatre Academy Sets Summer Drama Camps
by BWW News Desk - Apr 18, 2016

Taught by instructors with experience in theatre and education, Hershey Area Playhouse Theatre Academy announces its 2016 Summer Drama Camps, the Performance Camp, running  the weeks of June 13-17 and 20-24, and the Gardens Camp, running the weeks of July 18-22 and July 25-29. (more...)

BWW Interview: Fort Worth's JFK, the World of Contemporary Opera and American Lyric Theater's Lawrence Edelson
by Richard Sasanow - Apr 15, 2016

The premiere of JFK in Fort Worth on April 23 is a big step forward for composer David T. Little and librettist Royce Vavrek--who made a splash in contemporary opera circles with their post-apocalyptic DOG DAYS--as their first 'grand' opera. It's also a major leap for American Lyric Theater (ALT), and its founder and artistic director, Lawrence Edelson, which co-commissioned the work with the Fort Worth Opera. (more...)

Glen Street Theatre to Present Award-Winning Play MOTHERLAND
by BWW News Desk - Apr 12, 2016

After playing in Queensland Theatre Company's main stage season, the award-winning Australian play Motherland by Katherine Lyall-Watson makes its way to Glen Street Theatre from May 17. (more...)

David Scott Announces THE PLAYER
by BWW News Desk - Apr 11, 2016

David Scott, a devoted writer and author, has completed his new book 'The Player: Maybe He Should Have Played a Different Game': a gripping and original work that shows the truth, trials and tribulations of relationships. (more...)

Editor of 'The Onion' Launches New Book, TRUMP'S AMERICA: THE COMPLETE LOSER GUIDE
by BWW News Desk - Apr 11, 2016

CHICAGO, April 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ This new book exposes Trump's secret plans to (more...)

RE/MAX Realtor Christina Cunningham Reveals Best-Kept Secrets for...
by BWW News Desk - Apr 11, 2016


Yangtze Rep to Stage K.K. Wong's MIDNIGHT KILL at TNC, 5/6-22
by BWW News Desk - Apr 11, 2016

In 'Midnight Kill,' written and directed by K.K. Wong, a school campus in a Chinese rural village during the 1970's becomes a theater of twisted, oppressed but indelible human desires. Daily mundane activities become an absurd performance of ordinary people's basic emotions. The play is based around an actual murder story that occurred in a mountain hamlet in Anhui province (China), where the author lived for five years. Yangtze Repertory Theatre of America will present the work's world premiere May 6 to 22 at Theater for the New City, 155 First Ave., NYC. It will be performed in Mandarin Chinese with English subtitles and will be completely accessible for English-speaking audiences. (more...)

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