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Reprise Records to Release The Bridge School Benefit Concerts
by BWW News Desk - Sep 26, 2011

On October 24th, Reprise Records will release two very special and highly anticipated packages: a three-DVD set and a two-CD collection that feature unique live performances from many of the phenomenal artists who've performed at the beloved Annual Bridge School Benefit Concerts over the past 25 years. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Dance Theatre of Tennessee's AMANDA WHITES, This Dancer's Life
by Jeffrey Ellis - Sep 12, 2011

Amanda Whites is a vital member of Dance Theatre of Tennessee's company and, like all the other company dancers, she's hard at work on the season-opening tribute to ballet mistress Elaine Thomas on the occasion of her 75th birthday. Yet, somehow, she found time to consider our questions and to give some thoughtful answers to our regular queries in our continued attempt to get inside the minds of all the talented dancers in the Nashville area. (more...)

A.R.T. Closes CABARET Starring Amanda Palmer 10/29
by BWW News Desk - Oct 29, 2010

American Repertory Theater announces the cast and creative team for CABARET by Kander and Ebb, directed by Steven Bogart and starring Amanda Palmer as the Emcee (more...)

BWW Interviews: Hair-Hoppin' Questions for LU's HAIRSPRAY Cast: The Nicest Kids in Town, Part III
by Jeffrey Ellis - Oct 27, 2011

Even before they hit the stage for Lipscomb University Theatre's production of Hairspray, it's pretty clear that cast members Nick Hogan, Tyler Ashley, Shelby Smith, Virginia Lodholtz and Day Day Wells truly are 'the nicest kids in town.' Bringing the hit musical to life for Nashville audiences, which will include a large contingent of alumni in town for homecoming (Hairspray runs November 3-6 in Collins Auditorium on the David Lipscomb University campus), the large ensemble of more than 40 actors are hard at work, sharpening their skills, running lines, rehearsing like it's nobody's business and immersing themselves in plenty of 1960s pop culture and nostalgia. (more...)

Reprise Records to Release The Bridge School Benefit Concerts
by BWW News Desk - Oct 24, 2011

On October 24th, Reprise Records will release two very special and highly anticipated packages: a three-DVD set and a two-CD collection that feature unique live performances from many of the phenomenal artists who've performed at the beloved Annual Bridge School Benefit Concerts over the past 25 years. (more...)

25th Anniv Bridge School Concert To Be Webcast Live On YouTube, Facebook
by BWW News Desk - Oct 23, 2011

The 2011 BRIDGE SCHOOL CONCERTS will be held this weekend Oct 22nd and 23rd, at The Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA, marking the 25th anniversary of this incredible and historic series. (more...)

25th Anniv Bridge School Concert To Be Webcast Live On YouTube, Facebook
by BWW News Desk - Oct 22, 2011

The 2011 BRIDGE SCHOOL CONCERTS will be held this weekend Oct 22nd and 23rd, at The Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA, marking the 25th anniversary of this incredible and historic series. (more...)

25th Anniv Bridge School Concert To Be Webcast Live On YouTube, Facebook
by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2011

The 2011 BRIDGE SCHOOL CONCERTS will be held this weekend Oct 22nd and 23rd, at The Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA, marking the 25th anniversary of this incredible and historic series. (more...)

GYPSY OF THE MONTH: Tracee Beazer of 'Memphis'
by Adrienne Onofri - Nov 3, 2009

Back on Broadway after performing regionally and on tour, Tracee's hoping to transition into principal roles. (more...)

Christian Hoff: From Surfer Boy To Jersey Boy
by Craig Brockman - Nov 26, 2005

Sporting a thick Italian Jersey accent on stage each night as Tommy DeVito in 'Jersey Boys,' it may surprise people to learn that Christian Hoff grew up thousands of miles away in La Jolla, California. Here, Christian talks candidly about working with Des McAnuff on TOMMY and Jersey Boys, his career and the lessons that he continues to learn every night. (more...)

Luba Mason: Love's Collage
by Eugene Lovendusky - Nov 20, 2007

On November 23 - 26, Luba Mason returns to New York City to celebrate the release of her premiere album 'Collage' at the Metropolitan Room. Mason provides a soulful spin to pop ballads by classic song-writers like Neil Diamond, Van Morrison and Lou Reed. The 'Collage' collection is a labor of love for Luba, a native New Yorker, who spent her early youth devoted to training in classical voice, piano and dance... (more...)

American Repertory Theater Announces its 2010/11 Season
by BWW News Desk - May 7, 2010

The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.), under the Artistic Direction of Diane Paulus, is pleased to announce its 2010/11 Season. (more...)

THE BROADWAY LOCAL - Joan Rivers
by BWW News Desk - May 3, 2010

From the soaring melodies of classic revivals to the hottest dramas playing today - there is no experience like 'Broadway.' And part of what makes Broadway so exciting is that it's located right smack dab in the middle of New York City! With 'THE BROADWAY LOCAL', BroadwayWorld celebrates the creative theatre professionals who bring their talents to the city's Broadway stages and call the Big Apple home. (more...)

HOW TO SUCCEED... Headed Back to Big Screen with Daniel Radcliffe?
by BWW News Desk - Mar 4, 2011

Daniel Radcliffe is no stranger to film roles, having become a worldwide star as the title character in all seven Harry Potter films. He's currently starring on Broadway in HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING, and, as he told the Daily Mail, the two might come together in the not-so-distant future: Radcliffe is in talks for a HOW TO SUCCEED film. (more...)

REVIEW: Stumbling BACKWARDS IN HIGH HEELS
by Amber Cassell - Mar 3, 2010

It's about time there was a stage show about Ginger Rogers, the name that has become synonymous with dancing on the silver screen. Though her films, particularly those partnered with Fred Astaire have become iconic, most people tend to forget that she got her start and ultimately built her career treading the boards on the vaudeville circuit and on Broadway. Rogers was a lady of the stage, with a catalogue of standards attached to her name from the Gershwins, Jerome & Kern, and Irving Berlin just to name a few. If the biographies of Patsy Cline and Buddy Holly have the makings of a hit Broadway musical, surely a tribute to Ginger Rogers would glide right past them. Unfortunately, Backwards in High Heels is rather unfitting, possibly even embarrassing tribute to a one of America's greatest stage and screen legends. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Kate Adams-Johnson, This Dancer's Life
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 5, 2011

Over the past few years, I've often referred to Kate Adams-Johnson as the busiest director/choreographer in Nashville and, clearly, she has the resume and press clippings to claim that title without reservation. In January, she was recognized at Midwinter's First Night as one of the best theatrical choreographers in 2010, for her work on both Swing! and Titanic. (more...)

A.R.T. Presents CABARET Starring Amanda Palmer 8/31-10/29
by BWW News Desk - Jul 26, 2010

American Repertory Theater announces the cast and creative team for CABARET by Kander and Ebb, directed by Steven Bogart and starring Amanda Palmer as the Emcee (more...)

Full Cast Announced for BILLY ELLIOT; Gwynne, Jbara, Shelley
by BWW News Desk - Jul 15, 2008

The full cast of the Broadway production of Billy Elliot the Musical has been announced by Universal Pictures Stage Productions, Working Title Films and Old Vic Productions in association with Weinstein Live Entertainment. (more...)

Jeffry Denman Sings and Dances - Coast to Coast
by TJ Fitzgerald - Jan 20, 2006

PRODUCER Performer Joins Bravo Broadway for Two Productions (more...)

NINE Role Leaves Cruz with 'Bruz', But Actress Loves It
by BWW News Desk - Jan 16, 2009

Aussie news website LiveNews had a brief chat with NINE film star Penelope Cruz, and the sulty star admitted that performing the classic 'A Call From the Vatican' number from the show and sure to be a highlight in the film version, left her blistered and bruised-but she loved doing it!The song required the actress to perform a rope routine and the stunt left her worried she would lose her grip and fall. Cruz explained to the site 'When something like that happens, you just have to keep going and forget about any physical pain. I Was Dancing in the dark with one spotlight on me, so I had to be extremely alert and focused. 'There were other things to think about, so I was not in pain while dancing - I was just praying not to fall!' (more...)

BWW Interviews: Sergio Trujillo - Broadway's Quadruple Threat Talks JERSEY BOYS, 'NORMAL,' WHITE NOISE
by BWW - Jan 14, 2011

Given the odds, for one to have been involved with a singular Broadway success would be impressive. To have been involved with two would solidify one's status as a true Broadway 'player.' How about 4, running at the same time? Only two artists have been able to boast such an accomplishment, the first being Susan Stroman, whose productions of Contact, The Producers, The Music Man, and Thou Shalt Not all ran simultaneously for a short time in 2001. Last season, Broadway's go-to choreographer, Sergio Trujillo, joined her company with his superfecta of Next to Normal, Jersey Boys, The Addams Family and Memphis. It appears that like Jersey Boys, Memphis, and The Addams Family, Trujillo is showing no signs of breaking his streak, or going anywhere, with new projects in the pipeline incoming. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Young Dancer Valerie Ferris Grabbing Attention on Staten Island
by Amanda DeLalla - Jan 1, 2001

The Phantom landed in Staten Island this May and found a ballerina with long, curly black hair, but it wasn't Christine Daae! It was 16-year-old Valerie Ferris, a student at St. Joseph Hill Academy who is quickly becoming a poster child for talented young dancers on the island. Valerie most recently appeared in the first-ever Staten Island production of The Phantom of the Opera. She was nominated for a Minty Award, honoring excellence in Catholic high school theatre on Staten Island, for her performance. I had the pleasure of speaking with Valerie via email this week, where she was kind enough to answer some questions I had. (more...)

A.R.T. Presents CABARET Starring Amanda Palmer 8/31-10/29
by BWW News Desk - Aug 5, 2010

American Repertory Theater announces the cast and creative team for CABARET by Kander and Ebb directed by Steven Bogart starring Amanda Palmer as the Emcee (more...)

A.R.T. Presents CABARET Starring Amanda Palmer 8/31-10/29
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2010

American Repertory Theater announces the cast and creative team for CABARET by Kander and Ebb directed by Steven Bogart starring Amanda Palmer as the Emcee (more...)

A.R.T. Presents CABARET Starring Amanda Palmer 8/31-10/29
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2010

American Repertory Theater announces the cast and creative team for CABARET by Kander and Ebb, directed by Steven Bogart and starring Amanda Palmer as the Emcee (more...)

GYPSY OF THE MONTH: Joseph Medeiros of 'Yank!' and 'Anyone Can Whistle'
by Adrienne Onofri - Apr 1, 2010

Joseph, who was in 4 B'way musicals last year, will go straight from the hit 'Yank!' into the latest Encores! show. (more...)

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