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Carriageworks to Premiere LAKE DISAPPOINTMENT
by BWW News Desk - Mar 9, 2016

Carriageworks presents the world premiere of LAKE DISAPPOINTMENT over four nights from 20 until 23 April 2016.  (more...)

HB Studios and Maximum Games Carve First Tracks With Infinite Air Snowboarding Game
by BWW News Desk - Mar 7, 2016


Neville Ramdeholl Announces THE MAN WHO WOKE UP DEAD
by BWW News Desk - Mar 7, 2016

Neville Ramdeholl, a native of Guyana and graduate of the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, has completed his new book 'The Man Who Woke Up Dead': an unforgettable story of police informants, assassination attempts gone awry, and a deadly game of kiss-and-kill that sends local law enforcement into a tail-spin. (more...)

Scoop: MEET THE PRESS on NBC - Sunday, March 6, 2016
by TV Scoop - Mar 4, 2016

Get all the scoop on MEET THE PRESS, airing on NBC on Sunday, March 6, 2016! (more...)

BWW Review: Danai Gurira's FAMILIAR, a Warm and Funny Family Drama
by Michael Dale - Mar 4, 2016

With her wartime drama ECLIPSED about to open on Broadway, her new Off-Broadway play has a comfortable familiarity. (more...)

Unabridged Productions to Stage Reading of 'DIVORCE AND HEMORRHOIDS' at Rattlestick
by BWW News Desk - Mar 31, 2016

Andrew Raia's play DIVORCE AND HEMORRHOIDS: my blood pops will receive a private reading on Monday, April 4th at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. (more...)

BWW Interview: Malinda L. Beckham, Doug Williams and Donna McKenzie Talk World Premiere of THE BOUNDARY
by Natalie de la Garza - Mar 30, 2016

This weekend, Dirt Dogs Theatre Co. presents THE BOUNDARY, a story about a married romance writer whose world is flipped upside down when a former flame, now on the run from the FBI, suddenly re-enters her life, desperately needing her help. (more...)

RKYLIN Group Comments on Boao Forum's Discussions About the Internet
by BWW News Desk - Mar 29, 2016


Hugh Jackman Rescues Swimmers from Strong Riptide on Sydney Beach
by TV News Desk - Mar 28, 2016

We knew he played a 'superhero' on the big screen, but now Tony-winning actor Hugh Jackman proves he has what it takes to earn the title In Real Life. (more...)

Ovation to Premiere Documentary MILLENNIALS: GROWING UP IN THE 21st CENTURY, 5/5
by TV News Desk - Mar 24, 2016

Ovation TV will air the U.S. premiere of MILLENNIALS: GROWING UP IN THE 21st CENTURY, a six-part documentary series from filmmaker Rick Stevenson (Expiration Date), on Thursday, May 5 at 7 pm ET. (more...)

BWW Review: Northlight's BUTLER a peculiar slice of American history
by Teresa Budasi - Mar 22, 2016

If Major General Benjamin Franklin Butler hadn't been a lawyer, he might have tried his hand at psychotherapy, particularly talk therapy. His hyper-focus on word choice and the meaning behind said choices is the first impression we get of this Civil War leader in BUTLER, now playing through April 17 at Northlight Theatre in Skokie. (more...)

ERNIE - THE PLAY to Return to Wharton Center This Fall
by BWW News Desk - Mar 21, 2016

Following a sell-out engagement last August, Wharton Center is proud to announce the return of ERNIE - THE PLAY to kick off the 2016-2017 season. (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look at Norbert Leo Butz & More in BLOODLINE Season 2
by TV News Desk - Mar 21, 2016

BLOODLINE, the unmissable thriller from the creators of Damages returns to the scene of the crime for a second season this May. (more...)

BWW Recap: The Best Little White House in DC on SCANDAL
by Jennifer McHugh - Mar 11, 2016

After a week off, we are back and jumping right into the middle of the campaigns for President. Because In Real Life, there is just NO where to find coverage of such events. Sigh. (more...)

BWW Review: David Harrower's Olivier-Winning BLACKBIRD Challenges Society's Attitude On A Discomforting Subject
by Michael Dale - Mar 10, 2016

Michelle Williams and Jeff Daniels are excellent, playing out a controversial situation. (more...)

BWW Review: THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE at Rubicon Theatre Company
by Cary Ginell - Mar 10, 2016

John Ford's 1962 film, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, is one of motion picture's all-time classic westerns. So when I heard that a play version was making its American premiere at the Rubicon Theatre Company in Ventura, I got more than just a little excited. Envisioning the tensions seen on the screen in epic portrayals by Jimmy Stewart, John Wayne, and Lee Marvin promised to be riveting theater. Unfortunately, the play version was taken not from the screenplay by James Warner Bellah and Willis Goldbeck (it was unavailable) but an adaptation by British playwright Joshua Compton from Dorothy M. Johnson's original short story, and although the Rubicon has created a fabulous setting, marvelous performances from all of the actors, and an atmospheric, on-stage musical tableau by Trevor Wheetman, the result is simply not as compelling as the movie. (more...)

BWW Interview: KISS ME KATE to Open at Washington County Playhouse
by Johnna Leary - Mar 1, 2016

It's time to 'Brush Up Your Shakespeare' when Kiss Me, Kate opens at the Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater on March 4. (more...)

Hottest Articles on for 1/24/2016 - 1/31/2016
by BWW - Jan 31, 2016

Hottest Articles on from 1/24/2016 - 1/31/2016. (more...)

Reason Releases New Mixtape 'The Free Album'
by BWW News Desk - Jan 26, 2016

Today Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes announces the release of 'The Free Album', the latest mixtape by California Hip-Hop artist Reason, showing his versatility as a wordsmith while speaking about true events In Real Life situations. The Mixtape is currently available for streaming and download at the Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes website. (more...)

Ovation's New Documentary Programming Block Kicks Off 2/25
by TV News Desk - Jan 26, 2016

Ovation, America's only arts network, is launching a new, weekly documentary block beginning Thursday, February 25 at 7:00pm ET that feature some of the world's biggest artists - and the contemporary stars who love them. (more...)

Baby No. 2 on the Way for INTO THE WOOD's Emily Blunt and Hubby John Krasinski
by TV News Desk - Jan 26, 2016

PEOPLE has confirmed the joyous news that Hollywood super couple John Krasinski and Emily Blunt are expecting their second child. (more...)

IT'S ALL GREEK TO ME TOO! to Premiere at Old Mill Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Jan 25, 2016

FOLLOWING the smash hit comedy It's All Greek To Me at the Old Mill Theatre in 2014, Perth playwright Noel O'Neill has penned a sequel for even greater hilarity-matched-with-disaster. (more...)

George Takei, Danielle Brooks, Jessica Hecht & More Set for Theatre Forward's Annual Broadway Roundtable
by BWW News Desk - Jan 22, 2016

Theatre Forward and UBS will host the 13th Annual Broadway Roundtable on Friday, January 29th at UBS (1285 Avenue of the Americas) from 12:00pm - 2:00pm. (more...)

LOST TREASURES OF THE THIRD REICH Film Launches Indiegogo Campaign
by TV News Desk - Jan 22, 2016

LOST TREASURES OF THE THIRD REICH is currently in the development stage and is expected to be released as a major Hollywood blockbuster for worldwide release. Inspired by true events, the movie will be backed by meticulous research and well-grounded speculation. The film's Director, Kieth W. Merrill, believes that the film has an unlimited potential because of its powerful story-telling in the wake of American Sniper and Unbroken. (more...)

BWW Interview: Director Troy Scheid Talks BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA at Main Street Theater
by Katricia Lang - Jan 21, 2016

10-year-olds, Jesse and Leslie, forge a friendship and the fantasy kingdom, Terabithia to endure the harsh realities of their lives. (more...)

DJ Leffler Releases THE BOY'S WORLD
by BWW News Desk - Jan 20, 2016

DJ Leffler, a devoted writer and author, has completed his new book 'The Boy's World- His Trials Our Tribulations': a gratifying and absorbing tale of how one child leads his parents on a non-stop, adrenaline fueled ride of life. (more...)

Happn Celebrates 10 Million Users Worldwide and Releases New Voice Feature
by BWW News Desk - Jan 20, 2016


VIDEO: Colin Hanks Talks Playing a Dad on TV vs Being a Dad in Real Life
by TV News Desk - Jan 20, 2016

Colin Hanks stopped by last night's LATE SHOW to talk about his new show, CBS's LIFE IN PIECES. The actor compared playing a dad on TV to being a dad In Real Life. (more...)

BOTANIC GARDEN Coming to Ware Center
by BWW News Desk - Jan 15, 2016

? Todd Logan's highly acclaimed and emotionally poignant stage play Botanic Garden will be performed at the Ware Center on Friday, February 12, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. The play, starring real-life married partners Carmen Roman as Kate and James Leaming as her deceased husband Jake, offers a funny and refreshingly unsentimental look at love and loss, questioning our collective belief that "moving on" is the best medicine. Roman and Leaming are acclaimed actors both on-stage and on-camera, appearing in shows such as "Law and Order" and "Prison Break." The Ware Center is located at 42 N. Prince Street, Lancaster. (more...)

BWW Interview: Claire Coffee on GRIMM, Theatre at Northwestern, and Being a New Mom
by E.H. Reiter - Feb 9, 2016

Claire Coffee talks about the fifth season of GRIMM and her chcaracters journey, being a new Mom, and working as an actress. (more...)

BWW Review: South Coast Repertory Paints Bold Strokes with RED
by Michael L. Quintos - Feb 9, 2016

Now on stage in an exquisite new regional production at South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa through February 21, 2016, John Logan's riveting Tony Award-winning two-character play RED imagines a specific time period in the life of world-renowned abstract expressionist painter Mark Rothko (played with superb gusto by Mark Harelik) and his struggles to remain an appreciated, serious artiste at the dawn of pop art, Andy Warhol, and the rise of pretty (and well-funded) 'over mantle' modern art. With the help of a new young assistant (the impressive Paul David Story), Rothko forges ahead with a high-paying commission to produce a series of murals for the Four Seasons Restaurant, which causes much inner turmoil for the artist. (more...)

BWW Interview: Mark S. Hoebee Producing Artistic Director of Paper Mill Talks A BRONX TALE
by Marina Kennedy - Feb 4, 2016 talked with Mark S. Hoebee, Producing Artistic Director of Paper Mill Playhouse about 'A Bronx Tale.' (more...)

by Larry O'Brien - Feb 4, 2016


BWW Review: MISS JULIE, Etcetra Theatre, February 24 2016
by Gary Naylor - Feb 27, 2016

Gary Naylor sees a fine production of the Swedish classic about class, sex and social norms that retains its relevance over a century since Strindberg wrote it.. (more...)

VIDEO: FUN HOME's Jeanine Tesori Recalls Speaking Up About A Sexist Comment Directed To Her
by Michael Dale - Feb 26, 2016

Watch the Tony-winner's full master class from this month's Athena Film Festival. (more...)

VIDEO: Kevin Spacey Explains Why 'Frank Underwood' Would Not Support Donald Trump
by - Feb 24, 2016

Kevin Spacey joins TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie and Willie Geist to talk about the next season of the hit show, and expresses that he doesn’t think his character would support real-life GOP hopeful Donald Trump. (more...)

BWW Recap: Spy in the House of Love on THE GOOD WIFE
by Jacqueline Bublitz - Feb 22, 2016

We were right there when the lights went off, when the skirt went up and the lights went down. We were right there - all the way - until the camera panned out and effectively told us to mind our own business while Alicia got down to hers. (more...)

BWW Interview: Sacha Pfeiffer on Real-Life Power of SPOTLIGHT
by Matt Tamanini - Feb 22, 2016

At first blush, the idea to dramatize the investigation into the Catholic Church's widespread sexual abuse scandal in Boston seems like a daunting, unpleasant proposition; and while the subject matter is both frustrating and sickening, the final product, the Academy Award-nominated SPOTLIGHT, has become a reminder for many of the importance of a very specific type of journalism. (more...)

This Weeks New Movies - 2/21/2016 - 2/26/2016
by BWW - Feb 21, 2016

Information, posters, descriptions of all the upcoming movies being released from 2/21/2016 - 2/26/2016! (more...)

Playwright Noel O'Neill Pens Sequel to IT'S ALL GREEK TO ME Running This February
by Louisa Brady - Feb 21, 2016

FOLLOWING the smash hit comedy It's All Greek To Me at the Old Mill Theatre in 2014, Perth playwright Noel O'Neill has penned a sequel for even greater hilarity-matched-with-disaster. (more...)

VIDEO: Amanda Peet Shares: It's ‘Ridiculous' If Jon Snow Is Really Dead
by - Feb 18, 2016

Peet tells TODAY's Savannah Guthrie about her role, her children, and her husband, “Game of Thrones” co-creator David Benioff (more...)

Santigold Announces Tumblr IRL (NYC); Stream 99¢ on NPR
by BWW News Desk - Feb 18, 2016

In advance of the February 26th release of her new album 99¢, Santigold has partnered with NPR First Listen offering fans a chance to stream it early. (more...)

BWW Review: Stephen Karam's Fresh, Funny and Chilling THE HUMANS Moves to Broadway
by Michael Dale - Feb 18, 2016

Who needs ghost stories when city living is frightening enough? (more...)

Review Roundup: BURIED CHILD, Starring Ed Harris, Opens Off-Broadway
by Review Roundups - Feb 17, 2016

The New Group presents Sam Shepard's BURIED CHILD, opening tonight, February 17, and playing through April 3, 2016 at The Pershing Square Signature Center (The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre, 480 West 42nd Street). Let's see what the critics had to say... (more...)

Marci Boudreaux Releases Fourth Book in Stonehill Romance Series
by BWW News Desk - Feb 15, 2016

There is nothing Jessica wants more than to be like everyone else, but between her Down Syndrome and her colorful family, 'average' isn't part of her vocabulary. This year when she blows out eleven candles on her homemade vegan cake she makes the same wish she's made for as many birthdays as she can remember: she wants a mother. Jessica's father Phil has worked his entire life to create a more stable childhood for his daughter than he had. But a supportive mother, a recently returned father, rainbow pancakes, and princesses can't heal the dark void left in Phil's heart which he won't even admit is there. When Mallory's mother's life unexpectedly turns upside down, Mallory realizes her dreams come second to her heart, and she leaves her dream job in a big city to return home set on helping her fiercely independent mother recover. After forming a unique bond with Jessica-and a friendship with Jessica's hot father-Mallory finds that in coming back to Stonehill she might just have found a way to make all of her dreams come true. But as their families start pushing Phil and Mallory together, old insecurities and Phil's worst fears threaten to break up the happy trio and catch Jessica in the emotional crossfire. All four books in the Stonehill Romance series are available in both print and ebook formats. Book Details: Jessica's Wish Stonehill Romance, Book Four Published: January 2016 ISBN: 978-0986120831 ASIN: B01A6HIIHS Pages: 112 Genre: Contemporary Romance About The Author: As a teen, Marci Boudreaux skipped over young adult books and jumped right into the world of romance novels. She's never left. Marci lives with her husband, two kiddos, and their numerous pets. She is a freelance writer appearing monthly in a variety of local magazines as well as a content editor. Romance is her preferred reading and writing genre because nothing feels better than falling in love with someone new and her husband doesn't like when she does that In Real Life. For review copies, author interviews, or more information please contact: Marci Boudreaux Email: marci.boudreaux (at) Website: Twitter: Facebook: (more...)

BWW Review: Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger Becomes a Patron Saint in WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW at triangle productions!
by Krista Garver - Feb 11, 2016

As the lights come up (though only slightly) on Monica Byrne's WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW, we hear the moans of young women discovering their bodies. They record the results of their attempts in a log book. It's awkward and funny, and it sets the stage for this provocative dramedy about four girls coming of sexual age in a Catholic reform school in 1914. (more...)

BWW Interview: Catching up with Kristen Beth Williams
by Caroline Sposto - Feb 11, 2016

The wildly popular musical, A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder will be at The Memphis Orpheum February 9 - 14th. This daring, dark comedy hails from Roy Horniman's 1907 novel, Israel Rank: The Autobiography of a Criminal, told through the eyes of a man who bumps off the aristocrats standing in the way of his title. In 1949, the book was loosely adapted into the movie, 'Kind Hearts and Coronets' which starred Dennis Price, Joan Greenwood, Valerie Hobson, and Alec Guinness. In 2014, Robert Freedman and Steven Lutvak set the story to music. It has been nabbing awards and slaying audiences ever since. (more...)

BWW Recap: SUPERGIRL Goes Bizarro with Benoist's Real-Life Husband
by Nicole Ackman - Feb 1, 2016

In this week's episode of SUPERGIRL, Kara faces off against Maxwell Lord's Superclone, while she also tries to navigate how to be in a relationship and be Supergirl at the same time. (more...)

BWW Recap: It's Laundry Night on THE GOOD WIFE
by Jacqueline Bublitz - Feb 1, 2016

Oh, THE GOOD WIFE. I've loved you for so long. And now all signs are pointing to the end! After seven seasons, it might be time - but it's going to be hard saying goodbye to your clever, contradictory, resonant stories, and to the people who play them out so beautifully, like they did tonight. (more...)

BWW Review: 'Will No One Rid Me of This Troublesome Wife?' Theatre Memphis' THE LION IN WINTER
by Joseph Baker - Feb 1, 2016

Let's see now -- older married man with mistress, seething ex-wife, resentful and mistrustful offspring -- where was Dr. Phil? Alas, nowhere in sight in Chinon during the Christmas of 1183, as the powerful English king Henry II has released his imprisoned wife (and sparring partner) Eleanor of Aquitaine and allowed her admittance to a family gathering (along with his mistress Alais). Is it for personal or political reasons? Perhaps a bit of both? Henry, great in stature and accomplishments, has to decide which of his sons (none of whom will historically 'measure up') will become the future King of England. It's a Lear-like choice, and poor Henry has 'slim pickings.' With the oldest son dead, the three remaining are a snarling, disgruntled lot -- in one corner (Eleanor's), there's the pillage-prone Richard (later Richard the Lionhearted, who will spend most of his time abroad); in the other (Henry's), there's the pimply, unwashed, and feckless John (later, a famously unpopular king who will be forced to capitulate to baronial pressure and sign a little document known as the Magna Carta). Oh, yes, and then there's the ignored, Machiavellian Geoffrey, mistrusted by both parents and willing to play anyone on the human chessboard. (more...)

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