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BWW Reviews: Curious Theatre's COLLAPSE - Under Construction
by Michael Mulhern - Nov 21, 2011

But even as after school special as the show feels, it does make you think about things like fracturing and falling and failing. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Sierra Rep Creates A Winter Wonderland with the WINTER WONDERETTES Now Through Dec 17
by Harmony Wheeler - Nov 21, 2011

Classic Christmas window displays and lights on either sides of the stage invite audiences to the warm spirit of the season as they walk to their seats at the Fallon House theatre in historic Columbia State Park. It's an old hardware store, and the Marvelous Wonderettes are singing at a Christmas celebration. (more...)

Infinithéâtre Presents THE LEISURE SOCIETY, March 6-25
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2012

Infinitheatre will present the Quebec English language premiere of the award-winning play, The Leisure Society (La Societe de loisirs), by Francois Archambault, translated by Bobby Theodore, from March 6-25 at Bain St-Michel. Along with director Ellen David, the cast and design team features Montreal's finest theatre artists from both the English and French sectors including actors Daniel Brochu (presently in Scientific Americans at the Segal Centre), Catherine De Seve (previously seen in Dangerous Liaisons at the Segal Centre and long-time member of L'auberge du chien noir on Radio-Canada), Sheena Gaze-Deslandes (The Daily Miracle, Infinitheatre) and Howard Rosenstein (hot off his praised portrayal of lawyer Hugh Rose in Ars Poetica, Infinitheatre). (more...)

SOUND OFF: SMASH Flies The Coup
by Pat Cerasaro - Mar 27, 2012

Sporadically shedding its former skin as a mainly musical endeavor, last night's "The Coup" episode of NBC's musical dramedy series SMASH stepped outside the box and presented a drama-focused show heavy on the plot and light on the musical numbers - with surprisingly strong results, believe it or not. As has become abundantly apparent, in the seven episodes up until this point, SMASH seems to have excelled in its musical sequences which floated high, flying, adored (like Eva Peron in EVITA) above everything else; enlivening the proceedings where the story fell short - usually, with Ivy (Megan Hilty) dominating the Marilyn Monroe show-within-the-show songs and Karen (Katharine McPhee) making the very most of an impressive melange of pop covers - but, as penned by Scott Burkhardt and directed by GLEE veteran Paris Barclay, "The Coup" showed that SMASH has legs and can sustain a character/plot-focused story from time to time, too. And, anyway, it's hard to complain too much about a lack of songs when we were presented with perhaps the most unique and stylized pop musical number to date in the form of the Top 40-ready Ryan Tedder-written potential Marilyn burlesque routine - that is, if Derek (Jack Davenport) takes the show-within-the-show in an entirely new direction and leaves Tom (Christian Borle) and Julia (Debra Messing) by the wayside. That potential prospect seems highly unlikely, though - to say the very, very least. Speaking of high, "The Coup" flew the coop as far as daring to do what many may have thought unlikely or impossible - namely, weaving in almost seamless, fully-integrated musical sequences such as Ivy & company's down and dirty bowling alley cover song set to the funky 60s sounds of Sly & The Family Stone's "Dance To The Music", or, (almost) effortlessly managing to make a contemporary song in a musical theatre milieu actually function (more or less) and come alive in the form of the sexy and titillating 'Touch Me'. Yes, "The Coup" stylistically diverged from what has come before on SMASH, but the more risks taken, the more rewards reaped. Definitely don't count all the eggs in the SMASH basket before they're hatched! (more...)

Infinithéâtre's THE LEISURE SOCIETY Closes
by BWW News Desk - Mar 25, 2012

Infinitheatre will present the Quebec English language premiere of the award-winning play, The Leisure Society (La Societe de loisirs), by Francois Archambault, translated by Bobby Theodore, through March 25 at Bain St-Michel. Along with director Ellen David, the cast and design team features Montreal's finest theatre artists from both the English and French sectors including actors Daniel Brochu (presently in Scientific Americans at the Segal Centre), Catherine De Seve (previously seen in Dangerous Liaisons at the Segal Centre and long-time member of L'auberge du chien noir on Radio-Canada), Sheena Gaze-Deslandes (The Daily Miracle, Infinitheatre) and Howard Rosenstein (hot off his praised portrayal of lawyer Hugh Rose in Ars Poetica, Infinitheatre). (more...)

'24' Producer Confirms 'Plans Moving Forward' for Feature Film
by Movies News Desk - Mar 22, 2012

TV Guide Magazine reports that plans for a feature film based on the long-running Fox series 24 are definitely moving forward. Despite recent rumors that the project had been scrapped, executive producer Howard Gordon tells the magazine that the long-awaited movie will be produced. (more...)

THE OFFICE Star and Producer Paul Lieberstein to Exit Show
by TV News Desk - Mar 22, 2012

As first reported in The Hollywood Reporter, Paul Lieberstein, executive producer, writer and co-star of the NBC comedy series THE OFFICE will leave his position in order to focus on an upcoming NBC Rainn Wilson spinoff. (more...)

AN EARLY HISTORY OF FIRE to Open Off-Broadway April 30
by BWW News Desk - Mar 19, 2012

The New Group presents the world premiere of An Early History of Fire, a new play by Tony Award-winning playwright David Rabe. Directed by Jo Bonney, this production features Deema Aitken, Gordon Clapp, Erin Darke, Jonny Orsini, Devin Ratray, Dennis Staroselsky, Theo Stockman and Claire van der Boom. Limited Off-Broadway engagement is slated April 5 - May 26 at The New Group at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street). Official Opening Night is set for Monday, April 30 at 7:00 PM. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Christiane Noll Makes her Toronto Symphony Debut
by Kelly Cameron - Mar 18, 2012

The Toronto Symphony's Pops concert series continues this week with A Century of Broadway, a program that explores the last 100 years in Broadway music. Jeff Tyzik conducts Doug LaBreque and Christiane Noll in an evening that includes everything from operetta to Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Christiane Noll took a few minutes to talk to BWW about what people can expect from this concert, about how we should work to get young people back into the theatre and about her personal musical influences. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Tennessee Rep Serves Up Well-Acted SUPERIOR DONUTS at TPAC'S Johnson Theatre
by Jeffrey Ellis - Mar 18, 2012

Despite their best efforts, director Lauren Shouse and her amazingly talented cast just can't give Tracy Lett's Superior Donuts the emotional heft-the literary gravitas-that the playwright so mightily struggles for in his sitcomesque script which pales in comparison to his supposed masterpiece, August: Osage County. Clearly, it's the success of that earlier, heavily-decorated and awarded, Pulitzer Prize-winning play that most theatre companies are invoking as they attempt to sell tickets to this decidedly lesser work, hoping to capitalize on its success in hoodwinking an unsuspecting audience. (more...)

BWW Reviews: BOOM at The Gamm
by Randy Rice - Mar 18, 2012

Fred Sullivan, Jr. directs this clever little comedy which had its original workshop right here in Rhode Island and plays at the Gamm through April 8, 2012 (more...)

Review Roundup: ONCE Opens on Broadway - All the Reviews!
by Review Roundups - Mar 18, 2012

ONCE, the acclaimed new musical opened on Broadway Sunday, March 18, 2012 after a successful Off-Broadway run in 2011. (more...)

BWW Interviews: The Grahams Make Growing Stage's SEUSSICAL a Family Affair
by Caryn Robbins - Mar 15, 2012

The Growing Stage's current production of the popular musical SEUSSICAL is a family affair for the Graham family, with mom Maggie Graham starring in the role of Mayzie La Bird, dad Steve Graham as The Cat in the Hat, and kids Amelia and Ethan featured as citizens of Whoville. (more...)

InDepth InterView: Henry Krieger Talks LUCKY DUCK, DREAMGIRLS, SIDE SHOW Revival & More
by Pat Cerasaro - Mar 15, 2012

Recently, noted DREAMGIRLS composer Henry Krieger was generous enough to take a comprehensive look back at his many accomplishments onstage and onscreen with me, turning back the pages of time and sharing memories of DREAMGIRLS, both on Broadway and in Hollywood, THE TAP DANCE KID, SIDE SHOW, KEPT, ROMANTIC POETRY and beyond, as well as discuss many aspects of his exciting new family-friendly musical opening next week at the New Victory Theater, LUCKY DUCK. Over the course of our compelling conversation, Krieger also revealed new details about the forthcoming 2014 production of SIDE SHOW, to be directed by DREAMGIRLS film director and TWILIGHT: BREAKING DAWN helmer Bill Condon - to premiere first at the La Jolla Playhouse and then at the Kennedy Center, as it makes its way towards Broadway - as well as first news on a musical collaboration with lyricist David Yazbek based on the life of television evangelist Tammy Faye Bakker set to star Tony and Emmy-winning Broadway and GLEE standout Kristin Chenoweth. DREAMGIRLS to LUCKY DUCK and much, much more awaits! (more...)

BWW Interviews: The National Ballet of Canada's Jillian Vanstone
by Kelly Cameron - Mar 10, 2012

The National Ballet's Winter Season opened on February 29th, 2012 with newly promoted Principal Dancer Jillian Vanstone dancing in three lead roles. BWW spoke with Jillian about the challenges associated with her demanding schedule, as well as her advice for up and coming dancers and her feelings on how the ballet can appeal to a younger audience. (more...)

THE FRIDAY SIX: Q&As with Your Favorite Broadway Stars - Christopher J. Hanke
by BWW News Desk - Jan 6, 2012

Welcome to THE FRIDAY SIX: Q&As With Your Favorite Broadway Stars. Want to know what hooked them to a career in the theater? Their dream roles? Their Broadway crushes? Read on! In this next edition, we caught up with HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING'S Christopher J. Hanke! (more...)

2012 Poised to Usher In a New Golden Age for Movie Musicals; WICKED, AMERICAN IDIOT, JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR & More in Development
by BWW News Desk - Jan 5, 2012

Variety reports today that despite an absence of movie musicals in multiplexes around the country this past year, 2012 is poised to usher in a record number of musical adaptations on the big screen. The season of musical films will begin with Joyful Noise (Warner Brothers), starring Dolly Parton, Queen Latifah and Broadway's own Jeremy Jordan, set for release on January 13. Throughout the year, musical lovers can expect cinematic renditions of the highly anticipated Rock of Ages (June 1), starring A-listers Tom Cruise, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Russell Brand, Alec Baldwin and more, and Les Miserables (December 7) with the likes of Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Taylor Swift, Amanda Seyfried, Broadway's Aaron Tveit and others. (more...)

'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for January 4th, 2012
by Paul W. Thompson - Jan 4, 2012

The latest in unauthorized gossip and buzz from the heart of Chicago's showtune video bars, and musical theater news from Chicago to New York. Check out the Mosh Pit 'Top Ten Hot Topics' for the last half of 2011! (more...)

Meredith Braun To Release Solo Album
by BWW News Desk - Jan 30, 2012

Since 1990 Meredith has originatied and recorded such roles as 'Betty Schaeffer' in 'Sunset Boulevard', 'Lily' in the RSC's 'The Secret Garden' and playing the iconic roles of 'Eponine' in 'Les Miserables' and 'Christine' in 'The Phantom of the Opera'. (more...)

HAIRSPRAY, ALL SHOOK UP & More Announced For Chanhassen DT Through 01/2012
by BWW News Desk - Jan 28, 2012

In an unprecedented move, the New Chanhassen Dinner Theatres announces its schedule of musicals through January 2012. (more...)

BWW Reviews: THE SWORD AND THE DOPE, Greenwich Playhouse, January 19 2012
by Gary Naylor - Jan 21, 2012

Gary Naylor sees a comedy full of enthusiasm and jokes. (more...)

Anthony de Mare Salutes Stephen Sondheim in LIAISONS
by BWW News Desk - Jan 21, 2012

Internationally renowned contemporary pianist Anthony de Mare presents LIAISONS: Re-Imagining Sondheim from the Piano - an intrepid program featuring 36 short solo piano pieces based on the music of the legendary composer/lyricist Stephen Sondheim. (more...)

Funny Fridays at Aurora Theatre Announces New Host - Same Great Comedy
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2012

In 2012, Aurora Theatre Funny Fridays introduces a new permanent host for the club comedy performances on the square in downtown Lawrenceville on January 20, with shows at 7:15 & 9:15 PM. (more...)

BWW Interviews: PRISCILLA's J. Elaine Marcos Talks Ping-Pong Balls, Pink Boas & More
by Oliver Oliveros - Jan 18, 2012

TV, film,and Broadway actress J. Elaine Marcos can't shy away from the fact that she's a distant relative of the Marcoses, the Philippines' most controversial political clan. Apart from the obvious last name and broadly similar facial features as Imee Marcos, the current governor of the northern province of Ilocos Norte, J. Elaine even made a cameo appearance as Imee's mom, Imelda Marcos, the Philippines' former first lady, in the Broadway musical comedy THE WEDDING SINGER five years ago. Nonetheless, the Marcoses (and Filipinos around the world) should pay attention to this petite, brown-skinned, talented actress - J. Elaine happens to be carrying an impressive Broadway resume that includes MISS SAIGON, FLOWER DRUM SONG, WONDERFUL TOWN, SWEET CHARITY, again THE WEDDING SINGER, A CHORUS LINE, and her latest assignment, PRISCILLA: QUEEN OF THE DESERT, where she does a show-stealing turn as Cynthia, a feisty Filipina mail-order bride who performs the late '70s hit single 'Pop Muzik' (interspersed with lyrics in Filipino, e.g.'isa, dalawa, tatlo, I'm rapping in Filipino') while blowing out ping pong balls into the audience. (more...)

Jenny Powers & Matt Cavenaugh Perform in Concert at Birdland 2/13
by BWW News Desk - Jan 11, 2012

The Broadway at Birdland concert series has announced that Broadway performers Jenny Powers and Matt Cavenaugh will be performing "Real Good Thing," in concert at the historic music room on Monday, February 13 at 7pm (more...)

BWW Interviews: Talking MERRILY with Lin-Manuel Miranda
by Jena Tesse Fox - Feb 6, 2012

Tony-winner Lin-Manuel Miranda talks about Merrily We Roll Along, Stephen Sondheim and opening doors. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Grand Canal Theatre's DIRTY DANCING Will Make you Cheer, Cry and - Yes - Want to Dance
by Erin Gell - Feb 6, 2012

If the line: 'Nobody puts Baby in a corner' makes you want to cheer, cry, or just get up and dance, then 'Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story on Stage', now playing at Dublin's Grand Canal Theatre, is for you. (more...)

BWW Interviews INADMISSIBLE Playwright D.B. Gilles
by Caryn Robbins - Feb 6, 2012

The accomplished writer recently spoke with BWW about his current production, the art of playwriting and the reason he believes a political parody book may soon be a thing of the past. (more...)

BWW Interview EXCLUSIVE: Ben Vereen on New Show, Fosse, Arts Education and More!
by Michael Mulhern - Feb 3, 2012

The following is BroadwayWorld's exclusive interview with theater, film, and TV legend, Mr. Ben Vereen... (more...)

Lily Rabe Leaves Cast of New Group's EARLY HISTORY OF FIRE
by BWW News Desk - Feb 28, 2012

The New Group will present the world premiere of An Early History of Fire, a new play by Tony Award-winning playwright David Rabe. Directed by Jo Bonney, this production features Deema Aitken, Gordon Clapp, Erin Darke, Jonny Orsini, Devin Ratray, Dennis Staroselsky, Theo Stockman and Claire van der Boom. Limited Off-Broadway engagement is slated April 5 - May 26 at The New Group @ Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street). Official Opening Night is set for Monday, April 23 at 7:00 PM. Lily Rabe, who was previously slated to star in the play will no longer be taking part in the production. (more...)

Chicago Actors Find a Second Home in Ft. Atkinson—It's the Central Coast!
by Paul W. Thompson - Feb 27, 2012

The scenic and historic town of Ft. Atkinson, Wisconsin, is about a two hour drive from Chicago's northwest suburbs. I'm glad to report that this tiny farm and tourist town is now the unlikely home of TWO Equity dinner theaters, as the Central Coast Restaurant has entered the market with Theater at the Central Coast. (more...)

BWW Reviews: THE TRIAL, Greenwich Theatre, February 21 2012
by Gary Naylor - Feb 22, 2012

Gary Naylor sees one of Kafka's classics. Or is it Berkoff's? (more...)

First Lady Remarks at Blues Music Clinic
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2012

First Lady Michelle Obama attended the Blues Music Clinic, part of the White House music series. Read her comments below. (more...)

BROADWAY RECALL: Multitudes of Franklin Shepard, Inc.s
by Michael Dale - Feb 18, 2012

Lonny Price, Raul Esparza and a fellow singing it in Hebrew. (more...)

Infinithéâtre Presents THE LEISURE SOCIETY, March 6-25
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2012

Infinitheatre will present the Quebec English language premiere of the award-winning play, The Leisure Society (La Societe de loisirs), by Francois Archambault, translated by Bobby Theodore, from March 6-25 at Bain St-Michel. Along with director Ellen David, the cast and design team features Montreal's finest theatre artists from both the English and French sectors including actors Daniel Brochu (presently in Scientific Americans at the Segal Centre), Catherine De Seve (previously seen in Dangerous Liaisons at the Segal Centre and long-time member of L'auberge du chien noir on Radio-Canada), Sheena Gaze-Deslandes (The Daily Miracle, Infinitheatre) and Howard Rosenstein (hot off his praised portrayal of lawyer Hugh Rose in Ars Poetica, Infinitheatre). (more...)

KT SULLIVAN Performs At The Colony Hotel Palm Beach
by Beau Higgins - Feb 15, 2012

Returning to the Royal Room for the sixth time since 2002, KT Sullivan recently appeared at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC with Brian Stokes Mitchell in Broadway Today, at the Humanities Festival in Chicago with Dave Frishberg and at Carnegie's Zankel Hall with Michael Feinstein. She is an annual headliner at the Oak Room of New York's Algonquin Hotel and has headlined at Carnegie Hall, Town Hall, Lincoln Center, and The Caramoor Festival. She has performed internationally at The Spoleto Festival, The Nouvelle Eve in Paris, The Chichester Festival in England and the Adelaide Festival in Australia. (more...)

Jenny Powers & Matt Cavenaugh Perform in Concert at Birdland 2/13
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2012

The Broadway at Birdland concert series has announced that Broadway performers Jenny Powers and Matt Cavenaugh will be performing "Real Good Thing," in concert at the historic music room on Monday, February 13 at 7pm (more...)

Review - Merrily We Roll Along: Back To Before
by Ben Peltz - Feb 13, 2012

The original Broadway cast album of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's Merrily We Roll Along is one of those handful of recordings - like Mack and Mabel and Candide - that a musical theatre lover can listen to hundreds of times without hearing a clue as to why the show flopped.  The quick answer, and usually the most unfair one, is 'the book.'  More often, though, the more complete answer is ambition. (more...)

BWW TV: Need a Place to Party? Try Lips NYC for Broadway Drag!
by BroadwayWorld TV - Feb 10, 2012

Need the perfect place to party? Try LIPS NYC for good times, great drinks, and fantastic entertainment- Broadway style. LIPS, the ultimate in drag dining, will bring hits from shows of the Great White Way right to your dinner table with their Broadway-themed performances, and BroadwayWorld knows all about it, as we've experienced LIPS first-hand! (more...)

Review Roundup: Encores! MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG
by Review Roundups - Feb 10, 2012

Stephen Sondheim's Merrily We Roll Along, the first New York City Center Encores! production of the season, opens tonight, February 8 at New York City Center, and features Colin Donnell, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Elizabeth Stanley, Betsy Wolfe and Adam Grupper. Merrily We Roll Along, with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by George Furth, is directed by James Lapine with music direction by Rob Berman and musical staging by Dan Knechtges. Merrily just opened, and will play a two-week run through February 19, 2012. (more...)

Twitter Watch: GODSPELL Cast Flies to Chicago for ROSIE Appearance
by BWW - Dec 5, 2011

On Twitter Watch, GODSPELL wrote 'Follow us tomorrow as @GeorgeSalazar takes over the @BwayGodspell account to live tweet the cast trip to Chicago to tape 'The Rosie Show'! Guess who's up early!? Baristas, insomniacs, and the cast of @BwayGodspell! Step 1 of our trip to Chicago: Getting out of the apartment. Step 2 of our trip to ROSIE: Hailing a cab that'll pick up Charlie Alterman and Morgan James along the way. #uws #sweettalking Nothing starts a travel day off right like a 700 calorie breakfast sandwich at FIVE GUYS with @AnnaMariaPdT, @hinkleystomp, & @ericmkrop! Its a Good Thing I know all the lyrics to 'Bless The Lord' because I'm throwing Lindsay off the plane today. Ok, we're about to board, so the tweets will have to seize. Just know this: @AnnaMariaPdT has seven rows to herself. About to take off! @Rosie, get those #kooshballs ready! @BwayGodspell's comin!! http://pic.twitter.com/ssZ0JC1Z The 40th Anniversary production and first-ever Broadway revival of Stephen Schwartz's rock musical GODSPELL officially opened at the Circle in the Square Theater on November 7. The cast just visited 'The View' where they performed a medley of songs from the show. Click below to check it out! The show is directed by Daniel Goldstein and choreographed by Tony Award nominee Christopher Gattelli (South Pacific), and stars a diverse company of 10 young actors, lead by Hunter Parrish as Jesus and Wallace Smith as Judas, and co-starring Uzo Aduba, Nick Blaemire, Celisse Henderson,Morgan James, Telly Leung, Lindsay Mendez, Anna Maria Perez de Tagle and George Salazar. GODSPELL features scenic design by David Korins (Passing Strange, Bridge and Tunnel), costume design by Miranda Hoffman (Well), lighting design by Ben Stanton (Angels in America) and orchestrations by Michael Holland (Hurricane). Conceived and originally directed by John-Michael Tebelakwith music and new lyrics by Academy and Grammy Award winner Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin), GODSPELL's Tony-nominated score features instantly recognizable hits including 'Day by Day,' 'Turn Back, O Man,' 'Learn Your Lessons Well, 'Prepare Ye the Way,' 'Light of the World' and many more. For tickets and more information, visit www.godspell.com. ' (more...)

Julie Andrews to Host PBS' 'From Vienna: The New Year's Celebration' Special
by BWW News Desk - Dec 31, 2011

Stage and screen legend Julie Andrews returns for the third time to host the merry annual New Year's celebration with the Vienna Philharmonic, under the direction of Mariss Jansons from Vienna's Musikverein. (more...)

Tennessee Rep Offers Holiday Favorite The Santaland Diaries
by BWW News Desk - Dec 3, 2011

Tennessee Rep Offers Holiday Favorite The Santaland Diaries, with Matt Chiorini returning to Nashville to Don the Ears of the Elf. (more...)

Julie Andrews to Host PBS' 'From Vienna: The New Year's Celebration' Special
by BWW News Desk - Dec 27, 2011

Stage and screen legend Julie Andrews returns for the third time to host the merry annual New Year's celebration with the Vienna Philharmonic, under the direction of Mariss Jansons from Vienna's Musikverein. (more...)

Funny Fridays at Aurora Theatre Announces New Host - Same Great Comedy
by BWW News Desk - Dec 27, 2011

In 2012, Aurora Theatre Funny Fridays introduces a new permanent host for the club comedy performances on the square in downtown Lawrenceville on January 20, with shows at 7:15 & 9:15 PM. (more...)

Hugh Jackman Confirms LES MISÉRABLES to Begin Rehearsing in January, Film in March
by BWW News Desk - Dec 27, 2011

Jackman talks his beginning in theatre, performing in Carnegie Hall for the first time, what he considers to be the 'Halmet of musicals' and the transformation that he needs to make for the upcoming LES MISÉRABLES film; and the star confirms that the film is on track to begin rehearsals at the end of January and start filming in March. (more...)

BANANAS! A Day in the Life of Josephine Baker Opens At J.E.T. Studios
by BWW News Desk - Dec 19, 2011

BANANAS! A Day in the Life of Josephine Baker is an award-winning, one-woman tour-de-force play based on the extraordinary life of international star and civil rights freedom fighter, Josephine Baker. (more...)

Anthony de Mare Salutes Stephen Sondheim in LIAISONS
by BWW News Desk - Dec 13, 2011

Internationally renowned contemporary pianist Anthony de Mare presents LIAISONS: Re-Imagining Sondheim from the Piano - an intrepid program featuring 36 short solo piano pieces based on the music of the legendary composer/lyricist Stephen Sondheim. (more...)

Annex Theatre Presents TEAM OF HEROES, 4/20-5/19
by BWW News Desk - Apr 5, 2012

It's not easy being a superhero- or the teenage daughter of a single mom. In Team of Heroes: Behind Closed Doors poor Melissa is both. Good Thing she has a way with floating knives. Team of Heroes: Behind Closed Doors is a prequel to Alecto: Issue #1, one of the most popular shows in Annex Theatre's 25 year history. The story moves back and forth in time, telling both the story of the Team of Heroes and their first encounter with supervillian Chaos Theory, and the story of teenaged Melissa, who will grow up to become Madame Mayhem. (more...)

BWW Exclusive: Interview with Jason Edwards, Director and Star of RING OF FIRE: THE MUSIC OF JOHNNY CASH
by Michael Mulhern - Apr 5, 2012

We talk with Jason Edwards about life behind the legend, Broadway fumbles, and rebirth of this tribute to the Man in Black. (more...)

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