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New Adult Romance Fiction, 'Lagos Through His Eyes, is Now Available' for Pre-Order
by BWW News Desk - Mar 9, 2017

In the book 'Lagos Through His Eyes', Nwaogu tells a story of how an ambitious young Nigerian girl Nnenna, leaves Enugu in Eastern Nigeria for Lagos, the commercial city of Nigeria, in search of independence. Unfortunately, life in busy city isn't the buzz Nnnenna heard of while growing up in the village. She eventually runs into the rich club rat, Segun, at an elite party where she serves food and drinks, few days after arriving to the big city. Segun's father is filthy rich and excessively connected, but Segun isn't the kind of man she wants to end up with. Apart from acting immature and completely unfocused, he is Muslim, Yoruba, and every possible thing she never wants in her man. Without her wish or will, life brings them closer and closer together, each passing day, and she eventually falls in love with his many flaws as she is introduced to the beautiful city of Lagos through Segun's glaring eyes. According to Ronald Hull, the author of 'The Kaleidoscope Effect', Nwaogu has painted a vivid picture of a decadent rich young materialistic man in Lagos in his new adult fiction 'Lagos Through His Eyes'. 'The contrast with the people coming from the villages into the city is immense, and Nwaogu has set the stage for a drama to unfold, also involving a young lady coming from the countryside determined to improve her life... Looks like a winnder,' he continued. Lagos Through His Eyes is now available on pre-order for $0.99 at one of the following stores: Blio, Mondadori, Paperplus, Indigo, Kobo, Barnes and Noble, and iBooks. According to a review on Fiction Press, 'I love that the book was set in Nigeria and the characters are also Nigerian... Nwaogu's way of writing is quite eloquent, and the character's traits are easily distinguishable, which is always a Good Thing in my opinion. Overall, it's really good!' Nick Nwaogu is also the author of the romantic suspense novel 'The Almost Kiss' and the short story collection 'Odd Family Out', which are both available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Google Play Books, iBooks, and everywhere books are sold. Before starting his writing career, Nick Nwaogu was the keynote speaker at the 2012 IT Leaders West Africa Summit in Accra-Ghana, where he gave a thirty-minutes lecture on the role of social media and mobile in developing nations. The computer programmer turned writer is also set to publish his screenplay 'February' soonest. You can pre-order 'Lagos Through His Eyes' on iBooks at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/lagos-through-his-eyes/id1200274448?mt=11 (more...)

MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG, TARTUFFE, & More Highlight Huntington Theatre Co's 2017-18 Season
by BWW News Desk - Mar 8, 2017

Huntington Theatre Company, Boston's leading professional theatre, announces its 2017-2018 season. The Huntington has long been an anchor cultural institution of Huntington Avenue, the Avenue of the Arts, and will remain so on a permanent basis. The Huntington's upcoming season will include productions in the Huntington Avenue Theatre (known as the BU Theatre through June 30), and plans are underway to convert the theatre into a first-rate, modern venue with expanded services to audiences, artists, and the community. The 36th season will include four plays at the Huntington Avenue Theatre, as well as three plays at the Wimberly Theatre and one special event in the Roberts Studio Theatre, both located in the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA in the South End. (more...)

E FUN Unveils New Nextbook Ares 8A Android Tablet at Walmart
by BWW News Desk - Mar 7, 2017

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This Week's New Classifieds on BWW - 3/6/2017
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This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld.com for 3/6/2017. (more...)

Dolly Wells Replaces Maura Tierney in Hamish Linklater's THE WHIRLIGIG Off-Broadway
by BWW News Desk - Mar 28, 2017

The New Group has announced that Dolly Wells will join Noah Bean, Norbert Leo Butz, Jon DeVries, Alex Hurt, Zosia Mamet, Jonny Orsini and Grace Van Patten in Hamish Linklater's The Whirligig. (more...)

Lena North Releases Second Book in Her Birds of a Feather YA Romantic Fantasy Series
by BWW News Desk - Mar 27, 2017

Jiminella 'Jinx' Sweetwater is a genius. She's a scholar, an inventor, hardworking and loyal, and well known in the scientific circles around the University in Prosper City. Being smarter than everyone else might seem like a Good Thing, but it isn't. At least, it isn't to Jinx who has two friends, a small condo, and no life. After a fight with her best friend Wilder, it just gets worse. Someone breaks into her home and when her parents show up in all their hippie-like glory, Jinx has had enough and escapes to a small village by the sea. Suddenly, Jinx finds herself involved in village life, living with the unpleasant Mrs. Fratinelli and trying her best to juggle all the things that seem to end up on her plate. And then there's calm, cool and gorgeous Dante - Snow's boyfriend, who seems to see right through the shields Jinx has put up around herself, straight into her mind. Book Details: Sweet Water Birds of a Feather, Book 2 By Lena North Publisher: FAB Publishing Published: March 2017 ISBN: 9789188367112 ASIN: B06XHPG389 Pages: 270 Genre: YA Romance, YA Fantasy For review copies, author interviews, or more information please contact: Website: http://www.lenanorth.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/lenanorthbooks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lenanorthbooks/ Promo Link: http://bookbuzz.net/blog/ya-romantic-fantasy-sweet-water/ (more...)

BWW Review: Hershey Theatre Is Alive With THE SOUND OF MUSIC
by Marakay Rogers - Mar 24, 2017

A new, lively touring version of THE SOUND OF MUSIC is on the road, and currently at Hershey Theatre. (more...)

Irresistible Comedy BAD DATES to Complete Huntington's 2017-2018 Season
by BWW News Desk - Mar 23, 2017

The 15th anniversary production of Theresa Rebeck's irresistible comedy Bad Dates will complete the Huntington Theatre Company's 2017-2018 season. Bad Dates will be directed by Huntington favorite Jessica Stone (This season's Ripcord and Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike at the Huntington), and the play joins the previously announced seven titles in the 2017-2018 season. (more...)

BWW Review: THE GUN Shoots Slightly Off-Target
by Gil Kaan - Mar 20, 2017

A solid acting ensemble fires up the Ruskin Group Theatre's world premiere of playwright Justin Yoffe's THE GUN. Dave Florek sure-handedly directs his talented cast at a brisk pace in this 60-minute one-act brimming with suspenseful taunt and tensioned urgency. (more...)

BWW Recap: The 32nd Bistro Awards Honor the Year's Best in Cabaret, Comedy and Jazz at Gotham Comedy Club
by Casey Mink - Mar 14, 2017

At the 32nd Bistro Awards on March 13, produced by Sherry Eaker, attendees hunkered down at Gotham Comedy Club in the hours before a blizzard hit Manhattan to honor the best in the year's cabaret, comedy and jazz performances. Of course, the prospect of a little snow wouldn't deter honorees from coming out, though it did slightly impact the order of the evening's events, shifting the "grand finale" to the "grand opening." (more...)

BWW Recap: The 32nd Bistro Awards Honor Best of Cabaret, Comedy and Jazz at Gotham Comedy Club
by Casey Mink - Mar 14, 2017

At the 32nd Bistro Awards on March 13, produced by Sherry Eaker, attendees hunkered down at Gotham Comedy Club in the hours before a blizzard hit Manhattan to honor the best in the year's cabaret, comedy and jazz performances. Of course, the prospect of a little snow wouldn't deter honorees from coming out, though it did slightly impact the order of the evening's events, shifting the 'grand finale' to the 'grand opening.' (more...)

BWW Review: Raucous Fun in Ghost Light's MACBETT but Lacks Levels
by Jay Irwin - Mar 13, 2017

It's fine to be in the audience's face and have a scene's energy turned up to 11 but when you do it for the entire play, it gets tiring. That's the issue with Ghost Light Theatricals' current production of "Macbett". Sure it's an absurdist comedy piece but they can have levels too and without them, by the end of the play you wish they'd stop yelling at you. (more...)

Paul Collins' Beat to Release 2 Long Lost EP's as Single Album
by BWW News Desk - Mar 13, 2017

Paul Collins' (from The Nerves, The Breakaways) two long lost EPs with his band The Beat from the early '80s make it to Lolipop Records as the first re-issue on all formats in over 30 years, from the 'king of power pop' himself. (more...)

De Re Gallery Presents Nicholas Kontaxis' Collection, 4/1
by BWW News Desk - Mar 10, 2017

 The De Re Gallery in Los Angeles announces the gallery's inaugural showing of painter Nicholas Kontaxis' collection, opening on April 1, 2017. (more...)

BWW Interview: Playwright Georgina Escobar Brings 'Sci-Fi Feminism' to Aurora Theatre in SWEEP
by Sally Henry - Mar 1, 2017

This season at Aurora Theatre in Lawrenceville, audiences get the chance to see the melding of sci-fi and feminism in a new way. Making its world premiere, Georgina Escobar's SWEEP introduces creative worlds and presents the constant theme of balance among the characters, letting audiences decide what deeper meanings they take away from it. (more...)

Alexander Zeldin's BEYOND CARING to Make U.S. Premiere at Lookingglass Theatre Company
by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2017

Lookingglass Theatre Company, in association with Dark Harbor Stories, present the U.S. Premiere of Beyond Caring, written and directed by Alexander Zeldin. (more...)

BWW News: A Look at the State of the Theatre in DC with Jane Horwitz, Nelson Pressley and Celia Wren
by Elliot Lanes - Jan 9, 2017

For theatre lovers in our area, we always look forward to what our theatre companies have in store for us in their upcoming seasons. We look to see if there are any trends that stand out to us as audience members. We also see growth in many companies with each new season of shows. Anyone that's been following DC theatre for a while will notice how things have changed in the last twenty or thirty years. One of the biggest examples of this would be the clean up and revitalization of 14th Street, which had direct implications for Studio Theatre and Source. (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look - Alexander Skarsgard Stars in Netflix's Futuristic Thriller MUTE
by TV News Desk - Jan 6, 2017

Netflix presents the First Look at the highly-anticipated futuristic thriller MUTE.  Enter the captivating world of visionary filmmaker Duncan Jones, featuring Alexander Skarsgård, Paul Rudd, Justin Theroux and newcomer Seyneb Saleh. (more...)

BWW Review: MARILYN HORNE SONG CELEBRATION at Zankel Hall Shows What Makes America Great
by Richard Sasanow - Jan 30, 2017

At last month's concert in Carnegie Hall, Joyce DiDonato was glorious musically but less-than-cheery philosophically--and that was before the guy in the White House started taking aim at arts and education funding. Taking the stage at Carnegie's Zankel Hall on Saturday, at THE MARILYN HORNE SONG CELEBRATION, Marilyn Horne was in a feistier frame of mind about the fight for our hearts, minds and souls--though she admittedly hadn't figured out a way for her personally to take on the battle . It seemed to me that the evening, with emerging singers and the great guest, was a pretty good way to get the ball rolling. (more...)

BWW Interview: Jim Owen of CLASSICAL MYSTERY TOUR at Kimmel Center
by Pati Buehler - Jan 27, 2017

Philly celebrates the 50th Anniversary of The Beatles "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Album" with a special concert performance on Feb. 3, 4, 5. (more...)

National Press Club Statement on Passing of Mary Tyler Moore
by BWW News Desk - Jan 25, 2017

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Yoder Lumber Improves Forklift Efficiency, Cuts Costs with LRS Butler XP and Forklift Staff Pagers
by BWW News Desk - Jan 23, 2017

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Olive Garden Takes 'Never Ending' To The Next Level With Never Ending Classics
by BWW News Desk - Jan 23, 2017

Olive Garden is introducing the next phase in 'never ending' with its new Never Ending Classics promotion. Available in restaurants today, the new limited-time offer gives guests unlimited servings of their most loved Olive Garden menu items, starting at $11.99. (more...)

Go Over the Rainbow with THE WIZARD OZ at Children's Theatre of Cincinnati
by BWW News Desk - Jan 18, 2017

Click your heels three times and follow the yellow brick road to the Taft Theatre this February to experience the magical adventures of Dorothy and her friends when The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati presents the classic musical THE WIZARD OF OZ this February (February 11 - 19, 2017).  (more...)

London Theatre Consortium Announces Fourth Year of Pioneering Apprenticeships
by BWW News Desk - Jan 12, 2017

The London Theatre Consortium (LTC) has announced plans for a fourth year of its pioneering apprenticeship programme offering up to a further 12 apprenticeships across the group for 2017. (more...)

BWW Review: ROCKET TO THE MOON Speaks to our Desire to Achieve a More Fulfilling Life, no Matter the Cost
by Shari Barrett - Jan 11, 2017

Although Clifford Odets forgotten masterpiece 'Rocket to the Moon' first premiered back in 1938, many of the themes of the Depression-era drama feel totally in step today with our own financial and career woes. With its central character, Ben Stark, (Jesse Steccato) is a dentist stuck in an unhappy marriage and a stagnant dental practice who longs for both more money as well as more passion and joy in his life. Things are set on a collision course with fate when he hires the beautiful, young Cleo Singer (lovely Kristin Couture) as his new receptionist. As his marriage fails and he succumbs to Cleo's flirting, will she be his proverbial rocket to the moon, thus allowing his dreams to come true? And will he be willing to change his life and take the necessary risks in order to make that happen? (more...)

BWW Interview: Robert Weibezahl And Austin Robert Miller of AND LIGHTNING STRUCK: MARY SHELLEY AND THE CURSE OF CREATION at Lit Live
by Cary Ginell - Feb 8, 2017

There are three new events being unveiled at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center Thursday evening: Lit Live, a new local production company, And Lightning Struck, a new play written by the eminent local actor and producer Robert Weibezahl, and a new director, 21-year-old Austin Robert Miller. The show plays for only four performances this weekend. We spoke with Weibezahl and Miller about their new creation, a play about creation itself, the subject being the story behind the writing of one of the most famous novels in English literature, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. (more...)

Bridget Everett, Kyle Riabko, Alan Alda and More Coming Up This Month at Joe's Pub
by BWW News Desk - Feb 7, 2017

Everyone needs a little love. Good Thing Joe's Pub has got a ton of it going on in the next couple of weeks. This weekend - Cathy Cervenka and Corn Mo host their annual Valentine's Day duet bonanza - Love Bites - on the 12th. Afterward, Xavier is back with his Ladies of Soul tribute, featuring Martha Redbone, Bright Light Bright Light, Anastacia McCleskey (of Waitress The Musical on Broadway), Toshi Reagon, Justin Johnston and Abena Koomson! (more...)

BWW Interviews: Hannah Corneau of HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH at Winspear Opera House
by Guest Blogger: Sam Weber - Feb 7, 2017

Last week, before the Hedwig and the Angry Inch tour opens at the AT&T Performing Arts Center, I caught up with the production's Yitzhak: Hannah Corneau.  It was lovely chatting with her about how she came to Hedwig, and how this truly unique show has been received across the country! (more...)

Noah Bean, Jon DeVries, Alex Hurt, Jonny Orsini and Grace Van Patten Join THE WHIRLIGIG Off-Broadway; Cast Complete!
by BWW News Desk - Feb 28, 2017

The New Group has announced full casting for Hamish Linklater's The Whirligig, with Noah Bean, Jon DeVries, Alex Hurt, Jonny Orsini and Grace Van Patten, and as previously announced, Norbert Leo Butz, Zosia Mamet and Maura Tierney, set to appear in this world premiere directed by Scott Elliott. (more...)

BILLY ELLIOT, MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG and MEMPHIS Headline Porchlight Music Theatre's 2017-18 Season
by BWW News Desk - Feb 28, 2017

Michael Weber, artistic director of Porchlight Music Theatre, has announced Porchlight Music Theatre's 2017 - 2018 mainstage season. (more...)

Review Roundup: Opera Lafayette's LEONORE, OU L'AMOUR CONJUGAL
by BWW News Desk - Feb 28, 2017

Opera Layfeyette presented LEONORE, OU L'AMOUR CONJUGAL in NYC at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater on February 23rd. (more...)

BWW Interview: Ali Brice of GRAEME OF THRONES at Overture Center
by Scott Rawson - Feb 28, 2017

Created by a team of some of the UK's top comedy writers, Graeme of Thrones is a wacky and wicked parody on the international phenomenon that is Game of Thrones.                                         See it before the inevitable lawsuit! (more...)

This Week's New Classifieds on BWW - 2/27/2017
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This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld.com for 2/27/2017. (more...)

BWW Interview: Jordan Craig of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
by Justin Cole Adams - Feb 20, 2017

Jordan Craig talks about how Atlanta theatre prepared him for the PHANTOM national tour. (more...)

BWW Review: Very Silly but Funny MURDER AT THE HOWARD JOHNSON'S at 2ND STORY THEATRE
by Larry O'Brien - Feb 19, 2017

2nd Story Theatre in Warren is currently offering Sam Bobrick and Ron Clark's 1979 classic MURDER AT THE HOWARD JOHNSON'S. Did I say classic? What I meant was a shallow, pithy, superficial, farcical, and light-weight comedy. Bobrick and Clarke cut their teeth writing tv comedy for some of the smartest television of all time like The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Steve Allen Show. (Look these up if you have to.) This is a comedy about murder and infidelity-now who couldn't like that? 2nd Story says they were shooting for 'a pain-reducing balm' to what we've been experiencing the past months, and I think they more or less delivered. The audience was laughing and, my God, needed it. (more...)

NEA Still At Risk as Trump Budget Deadline Grows Closer
by Julie Musbach - Feb 18, 2017

The New York Times reports that Trump has not backed down on intentions to eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts as a way to curb government spending and balance the budget. Budget planning was already delayed as the budget office waited for the confirmation of Mick Mulvaney as budget director, and the administration now hopes to have a plan finalized by March 13. (more...)

TINKER BELL AND THE DREAM FAIRIES to Land in the Royal Botanic Garden
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2017

???????The acclaimed new production Tinkerbell and the Dream Fairies from Australia's renowned outdoor theatre producers is coming to the Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney for the first time ever playing in the Easter holidays from 9 to 30 April fresh from a sell out tour to London's Kew Gardens. (more...)

BWW Review: Shakespeare Theatre's KING CHARLES III a Necessary Play For Our Times
by Andrew White - Feb 15, 2017

Times like these call for plays that directly address our anxieties; and Mike Bartlett's King Charles III is about as timely and necessary a play as we're likely to see. For all its indulgent verbal sprawl the Shakespeare Theatre Company has served Washington theatre audiences superbly, with a stellar cast and a politically taut drama written in the finely-tuned pentameter that once made, well, Shakespeare himself so famous. (more...)

Director Talks PTSD, Female Veterans and More in SOLDIER BEE, Set to Screen at Winter Film Awards Indie Festival
by Movies News Desk - Feb 15, 2017

Winter Film Awards' Walter Howard interviewed director Alex Hardy about the making of the film about the effects of PTSD on a female veteran. (more...)

BWW Blog: Who Made the Guggenheim the Guggenheim?
by Barry Kostrinsky - Feb 13, 2017

Who made the Guggenheim the Guggenheim? Why Rockefeller of course. Remember in My Big Fat Greek Wedding the wise words of the wife- yes...the man has the head but the woman controls the neck and which way the head turns. Solomon Guggenheim's wife, a Rockefeller, introduces Hilla Rebay to her husband and fosters the beginning of a relationship that posts Hilla as the art advisor for Peggy's uncle and the first director of the Museum of Non-Objective Art- yes, the original name of the Guggenheim Museum which could have been called Kandinsky's Painting Depot (KPD) given the deep collection of his artworks. (more...)

BWW Review: CAROUSEL at Actors' Playhouse - Oh, But I Do Love You, Richard and Oscar
by Roger Martin - Feb 13, 2017

...open their revival of 1945's CAROUSEL in a swirl of brilliant costumes, glorious singing, dancing and music from show business heaven. (more...)

BWW Review: NEWSIES THE BROADWAY MUSICAL, Selected cinemas, 19 February only
by Gary Naylor - Feb 10, 2017

This one-off cinema presentation is a great way to see Newsies The Broadway Musical and get a feel for what it's like to be in a big New York audience. (more...)

Emelin Theatre March 2017 Events
by BWW News Desk - Feb 10, 2017

See the full March line up of events at Emelin Theatre below! (more...)

BWW Review: ADVENTURES OF YONI 1 & YONI 2 was Simply Euphoric at Butterfly Club
by Brodie Paparella - Feb 1, 2017

One was a vagina. The other one was a vagina. Can I make it any more obvious? (more...)

BWW Review: Fiasco Theater Gets Creative with INTO THE WOODS at Kennedy Center
by Jennifer Perry - Dec 9, 2016

While those seeking a similarly scaled production to the original Broadway production (or even the revival) might leave the Eisenhower Theatre somewhat disappointed, those open to experiencing a new interpretation of the familiar material might leave feeling they've had an opportunity to look at an old favorite with new eyes. Perhaps they might better appreciate what drew them to the story in the first place. (more...)

Gavin Creel Talks Upcoming Role and Activism Ahead of Florida Concert
by BWW News Desk - Dec 26, 2016

For the first time since 2011, Gavin Creel is headed to South Florida later this week with Seth Rudetsky to open the third season of Parker Playhouse's Broadway Concert Series. Ahead of the performance, he sat down with the Miami Herald to talk about his career, the current state of the country, and where he sees his role in future activist efforts. (more...)

The Memnosyne Institute To Be Recognized On The Women That Soar Televised Award Show
by BWW News Desk - Dec 17, 2016

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Blues Legend Popa Chubby Releases New Album 'The Catfish'
by BWW News Desk - Dec 13, 2016

Popa Chubby Is The Catfish. Popa Chubby sits alone at the river's edge, guitar in hand he serenades the waters knowing if the song is sweet and the wind is right The Catfish will bite. (more...)

Dancing Through Distress: Male dancers from SYTYCD, NYCB and Broadway Reflect on Challenges and Struggles They Faced Growing Up in a Studio
by Gianluca Russo - Dec 12, 2016

A sense of fulfillment fills his body as he sees his reflection in the hazy mirror. The music begins, and he suddenly feels completely comfortable in a place he only arrived at a few weeks prior. Each beat of the song sends pulses through the somewhat scratched up flooring, up through his bare feet, taking over his entire body. His demeanor is peaceful, passionate and powerful as he commands his way across the floor with the other dancers, each movement a new discovery in his mind. As the combination comes to an end, finishing with a grand jeté into a graceful arabesque par terre, 18 year old Nick Nazzaro remains in disbelief that he is spending his days dancing in the city of his dreams. (more...)

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