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Reminiscent of Rent and Spring Awakening as issues of social acceptance, sexual identity, questioning of religion and adults, experimentation with illegal substances, and raging hormones are all explored in this 'pop opera'.

At the center of this tale, set in a Catholic boarding school are altar boy Peter who is in love with his roommate Jason, one of the most popular kids in school. Carrying on a closeted romance, Peter wants to go public with their affair, at least to his mother, whom he loves dearly. Jason isn't so keen on the idea, as he feels that his entire world would crumble if word of the relationship got out. Things get more complicated when classmate Ivy makes a play for Jason. Her rejected suitor Matt discovers the secret that Peter and Jason have been keeping and it's only a matter of time before things start to spin out of control. As they struggle to come to terms with who they are, and who the world thinks they should be, they seek answers from their Church, their friends, and ultimately, from within themselves. Performed at the Bingham Theatre at Actors Theatre.

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PECAN SUMMER at Sydney Opera House this September
by BWW News Desk - Jul 31, 2016

Pecan Summer, Australia's first Indigenous opera, set to make history at the Sydney Opera House on September 12. For the very first time Sydney audiences will be able to experience Short Black Opera's brand new production of Deborah Cheetham's Pecan Summer in the Concert Hall of the Sydney Opera House. (more...)

CORD Project Welcomes Five New Collaborators
by BWW News Desk - Jul 29, 2016

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Ryan Andes Joins DUETS with thewriteteachers.com: LGBTQ+ Edition
by BWW News Desk - Jul 28, 2016

Ryan Andes, (Encores' Wild Party, NBC's Peter Pan LIVE!, Big Fish) joins the Broadway at Birdland concert series presentation of DUETS with thewriteteachers.com Volume 4,  the LGBTQ+ Edition.  This one-night-only event will benefit the One Orlando Fund. (more...)

Hauser & Wirth to Present Rashid Johnson's FLY AWAY Exhibit, 9/8
by BWW News Desk - Jul 28, 2016

New York... Beginning 8 September 2016, Hauser & Wirth will present 'Fly Away', an exhibition of new paintings and sculptures by Rashid Johnson, complemented by a monumental installation that engages the gallery's soaring architecture. Taking its name from the time-honored 1929 hymn 'I'll Fly Away', a song reinterpreted over decades by scores of artists – from gospel legends of the Dust Bowl era to such contemporary pop performers as Kanye West – the exhibition reveals Johnson pondering themes of history, yearning, and escape while intensifying his longstanding investigation into the relationship between art, society, and personal identity.  (more...)

Photo Flash: New Line Theatre's TELL ME ON A SUNDAY
by BWW News Desk - Jul 28, 2016

 New Line Theatre, "the bad boy of musical theatre," closes its 25th anniversary season with Andrew Lloyd Webber's one-woman, one-act rock musical TELL ME ON A SUNDAY, running August 11-27, 2016, in the company's new home, the Marcelle Theater, the new blackbox theatre space in Grand Center, St. Louis' arts district.  (more...)

Corey Mach Joins 'DUETS with thewriteteachers.com: LGBTQ+ Edition'
by BWW News Desk - Jul 28, 2016

Corey Mach (Hands on a Hardbody, Godspell, Invisible Thread), joins the Broadway at Birdland concert series presentation of DUETS with thewriteteachers.com Volume 4, the LGBTQ+ Edition. This one-night-only event will benefit the One Orlando Fund. (more...)

ASM INTERNATIONAL N.V. REPORTS SECOND QUARTER 2016 RESULTS
by BWW News Desk - Jul 28, 2016

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DUETS to Benefit One Orlando Fund & More Coming Up This Summer at Birdland
by BWW News Desk - Jul 28, 2016

Birdland Jazz Club has announced its lineup for August 8-14, featuring Steve Kuhn Trio, "Duets" Special LGBTQ Edition Benefiting the One Orlando Fund, Rolando Morales-Matos Jazz' Y Mambo Band, and more. Scroll down for details! (more...)

THE 69 HOUR BURLESQUE CHALLENGE Comes to Brooklyn This August
by BWW News Desk - Jul 28, 2016

In the grand tradition of 24 hour playwriting festivals (but naughtier!), this explosive event challenges an audacious cast of striptease stars to conceive, create, develop, and perform an entire scripted burlesque show in just 69 hours. (more...)

BWW Review: Crazy For CRAZY FOR YOU
by Nancy Grossman - Aug 9, 2016

Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston brings back the original sets, costumes, and choreography for its fourth production of the 1992 Tony Award-winner for Best Musical. CRAZY FOR YOU could be subtitled "Gershwin's Greatest Hits," with eighteen musical treats splendidly played by a 15-piece orchestra conducted by Music Director Dan Rodriguez. Broadway veterans and Reagle audience favorites Kirby Ward (Director) and Beverly Ward star and give a song-and-dance master class that will have you tapping your feet right along with them. CRAZY FOR YOU is a classic 1930s musical comedy, full of energy and optimism. It's just what the psychiatrist ordered! (more...)

Grand Ole Opry Veteran Tim Atwood Celebrates New Album with Picnic and Concert, 8/14
by BWW News Desk - Aug 9, 2016

Veteran Grand Ole Opry pianist Tim Atwood is inviting a few hundred of his closest friends and fans to an old-fashioned "dinner on the grounds" in Hendersonville, Tennessee, on Sunday, August 14. The occasion is the release of "That Old Time Religion" (i2iRecords), Atwood's second album, but first gospel project since leaving the Opry's house band in 2014, after 38 years. (more...)

BWW Review: When Fantasy Goes Too Far...Public Citizen Theatre's THE MAIDS
by Krista Garver - Aug 9, 2016

Portland has a new theatre company! Public Citizen Theatre is the mostly crowdfunded passion project of Amanda Mehl and Aaron Filyaw. For their first production they've chosen Jean Genet's 1947 play THE MAIDS, a sadomasochistic look at domestic servitude, based on the true story of the Papin sisters and translated by Martin Crimp. (more...)

Bryant Park Presents Shakespeare to Stage Jazz-Infused MEASURE FOR MEASURE This September
by BWW News Desk - Aug 9, 2016

Bryant Park Presents Shakespeare, part of the Bryant Park Presents series of free performances in the iconic park, concludes its 2016 season with a new production of Measure for Measure, produced by The Drilling Company (of Shakespeare in the Parking Lot fame) and directed by the company's Producing Artistic Director, Hamilton Clancy ('Orange Is the New Black,' 'Billions'). (more...)

Illumio Named an Emerging Vendor by CRN
by BWW News Desk - Aug 8, 2016

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FAIRY TALE CHRISTMAS: THE MUSICAL to Bring the Holiday Spirit to FringeNYC
by BWW News Desk - Aug 8, 2016

M. Scott McLean in association with John Davisi is proud to present FAIRY TALE CHRISTMAS: THE MUSICAL as part of the 20th annual New York International Fringe Festival - FringeNYC. (more...)

Isabelle Huppert to Return to BAM in PHAEDRA(S) This September
by BWW News Desk - Aug 8, 2016

Isabelle Huppert stars as the mythic queen in Phaedra(s), a postmodern reimagining of the Greek legend, featuring text from Sarah Kane, Wajdi Mouawad, and J.M. Coetzee, Sep 13-18 at BAM. (more...)

Photo Flash: Independent Shakespeare Co. Presents THE TEMPEST at Old Zoo in Griffith Park
by BWW News Desk - Aug 7, 2016

This summer INDEPENDENT SHAKESPEARE CO. presents an imaginative production of Shakespeare's final play, THE TEMPEST, featuring Thom Rivera as Prospero and directed by Matthew Earnest.  THE TEMPEST will begin previews at THE GRIFFITH PARK FREE SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL on Saturday, July 30 at 7pm and will open on Saturday, August 6 at 7:00pm and perform through Sunday, September 4 at the Old Zoo in Griffith Park.  All ISC Summer Shakespeare productions are FREE to the public!  THE TEMPEST is the second of two productions being presented at this year's GRIFFITH PARK FREE SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL. RICHARD III played June 25 - July 24. (more...)

Zia Joins 'DUETS with thewriteteachers.com: LGBTQ+ Edition' at Birdland
by BWW News Desk - Aug 4, 2016

Zia, who was last seen as Joanne in RENT at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, will join  DUETS with thewriteteachers.com: LGBTQ+ Edition', at Birdland Jazz on August 8th. (more...)

Wanderlust to Return to Tremblant This August
by BWW News Desk - Aug 3, 2016

Wanderlust, producers of the largest yoga lifestyle events in the world, returns to Mont Tremblant, August 11-August 14. (more...)

BWW Review: PROVINCIAL DANCES THEATRE Offers an Auspicious Start to AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL's First NYC Season
by Sondra Forsyth - Aug 3, 2016

Opening night on August 1st 2016 of a shared week at the Joyce presented by the venerable American Dance Festival got the six-day run off to an auspicious start. Provincial Dances Theatre, a company from Russia, treated dancegoers to two mesmerizing contemporary works by Tatiana Baganova that will also be on the boards August 2nd and 3rd. From August 4th to 6th, the Miami-based Rosie Herrera Dance Theatre will complete the season. (more...)

BWW Interview: SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS' Marcia DeBonis Breaks the Silence
by Naomi Serviss - Aug 3, 2016

A play about a spiritual retreat in which DeBonis' character and five others are largely silent resonates with poignant statements about the human condition. (more...)

Tony-Winning CABARET Comes to Atlanta's Fox Theatre This Fall; Tickets on Sale This Month
by BWW News Desk - Aug 3, 2016

Fifth Third Bank Broadway in Atlanta announced today that individual tickets for the Atlanta engagement of Roundabout Theatre Company's CABareT will go on sale Sunday, August 28 at 10 a.m. (more...)

HELD: A MUSICAL FANTASY Sets Venue at FringeNYC
by BWW News Desk - Aug 2, 2016

The New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC) a production of The Present Company presents HELD: A Musical Fantasy, a poignant story of childhood friends growing apart in a world where reality is fluid and time can stand still, with book and lyrics by Kelly Maxwell and music by Meghan Rose. (more...)

HealthyYOU Vending Machines Uniquely Positioned to Replace Junk Food...
by BWW News Desk - Aug 2, 2016

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BWW Review: APT'S Gritty KING LEAR Grapples with 21st Century Reality
by Peggy Sue Dunigan - Aug 17, 2016

When the audience arrives at American Players (APT) Up the Hill Theatre for the opening of William Shakespeare's King Lear, they might believe a presidential press conference will be staged. Green lawn expands into the audience, actors place contemporary white chairs in a distinct pattern and a glass podium greets the audience--and plenty of paparazzi appear to capture the King, the Duke of Gloucester and Duchess of Kent, and Lear's three daughters entering the lawn party. At night under the stars, the royal staging opens when the King appears announcing his 'retirement,' dividing his kingdom to his three progeny. Two dutiful daughters ascend to the podium pronouncing their love, while Cordelia speaks from the back row of chairs, the front of the Up The Hill Theatre. Goneril, Regan and Cordelia were 'dressed to kill', so to speak in sophisticated, fashion worthy coats and the appropriate fascinators, for English royalty, as were the men.This beginning places the audience firmly in a King Lear crafted for the current day, up to the very minute audiences. (more...)

Contra Costa Civic Theatre to Open 2016-17 Season with MY FAIR LADY
by BWW News Desk - Aug 17, 2016

Contra Costa Civic Theatre (CCCT) begins its 2016-17 season with the Diamond Anniversary production of the beloved musical My Fair Lady, based on Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw, with book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, and music by Frederick Loewe. (more...)

Washington National Opera Announces Fifth Season of America Opera Initiative
by BWW News Desk - Aug 17, 2016

Washington National Opera (WNO) today announced full programming details for the fifth season of the American Opera Initiative, its comprehensive commissioning program that brings contemporary American stories to the stage while fostering the talents of rising American composers and librettists. For the first time, all of the program's world premiere operas will be presented during an American Opera Initiative Festival weekend, January 13-15, 2017 in the Kennedy Center Family Theater. (more...)

Save 20% on Tickets to Roundabout's LOVE, LOVE, LOVE from Mike Bartlett
by Contests - Broadway - Aug 16, 2016

London, 1967. Beatlemania is in full effect, the 'Me' generation is in its prime and Kenneth and Sandra have the world at their fingertips. It's the summer of love, and that's all they need. But what will happen when the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll fade away and these boomers have babies of their own? (more...)

Toronto Premiere of SHE SAID/HE SAID Announced
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2016

Imani Enterprises presents the Toronto premiere of She Said/He Said, created and directed by award-winning artist Anne-Marie Woods (aka Amani). She Said/He Said is a play where spoken word, theatre, conflict and comedy join hands for a tragi-comic and complex look at relationships. The female/male rapport is laid Bare in this battle of wits with the multi-talented Woods starring as SHE and Dora Mavor Moore Award winner Matthew G Brown as HE. She Said/He Said runs Wednesday, September 14 through Sunday, September 18 (with Media Night September 15) at Native Earth's AKI Studio (inside Daniels Spectrum) in Regent Park. (more...)

Texas Ballet Theater Launches Season with North American Premiere
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2016

Texas Ballet Theater opens the 2016-2017 season at the Winspear Opera House September 16-18, and Bass Performance Hall October 7-9, with a mixed repertoire program featuring Cuban choreographer Carlos Acosta's Carmen, a co-production with London's world-renowned The Royal Ballet and Australia's Queensland Ballet, and DGV: Danse a Grande Vitesse, choreographed by Tony Award-Winner Christopher Wheeldon. (more...)

Lantern Theater Company Presents George Bernard Shaw's MRS. WARREN'S PROFESSION
by BWW News Desk - Aug 15, 2016

 Lantern Theater Company opens its twenty-third season on September 8, 2016 with Mrs. Warren's Profession, George Bernard Shaw's scathing comedy on social hypocrisy and the excesses of capitalism. Directed by Kathryn MacMillan and featuring Mary Martello in the title role, the cast also includes David Bardeen, Andrew Criss, Daniel Fredrick, Claire Inie-Richards, and John Lopes. Theater critics and members of the press are invited to attend opening night on Wednesday, September 14 at 7 p.m.  (more...)

Photo Flash: Tim Atwood's 'Old Time Religion' Album Release Picnic
by BWW News Desk - Aug 15, 2016

Several Grand Ole Opry performers mingled with fans, when veteran pianist Tim Atwood celebrated his new album with an old-fashioned after-church picnic in Hendersonville, Tennessee, on Sunday, August 14. Atwood, who was the pianist for the Opry's house band for 38 years, has released 'That Old Time Religion' (i2i Records), his first gospel album since leaving the Opry in 2014. (more...)

Acorn Productions Hires New Director of Training
by BWW News Desk - Aug 15, 2016

Acorn Productions, a non-profit theatrical education company dedicated to nurturing the performing arts in Portland, is thrilled to announce that they have hired Carmen-Maria Mandley as the new Director of Training for Acorn Acting Academy, currently located at Mechanics Hall in downtown Portland. (more...)

BWW Preview: Savion Glover Performs at BB KINGS in Times Square on 8/17
by Marina Kennedy - Aug 15, 2016

Tony Award-winning, Tap Dancer, Choreographer, and Producer, Savion Glover is celebrating his 32nd year as a performing artist in show business and will thrill his fans with a performance at BB Kings in Times Square on Wednesday evening, August 17th. (more...)

BWW Review: THE LAST FIVE YEARS Brings Love to New Heights at CCTC
by Kristen Morale - Aug 14, 2016

The Last Five Years, starring Kevin Quill as Jamie (who also directs) and Broadway's Sarah Killough as Cathy, opened this past weekend at the Cape Cod Theatre Company (home of the Harwich Junior Theatre). With book, music and lyrics all written by Brown (The Bridges of Madison County, Parade), The Last Five Years was the winner of the 2002 Drama Desk Award and was also recently made into the film starring Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan. The musical chronicles the five-year relationship between Cathy, an aspiring actress and Jamie, a promising author, from meeting to breakup and from breakup to meeting in New York City. (more...)

Hot Topic and Cartoon Network Announce Ultimate Pop Culture Fashion Collaboration
by TV News Desk - Aug 12, 2016

Hot Topic and Cartoon Network are teaming up once again to bring fun into fashion with the ultimate pop culture collaboration. (more...)

EDINBURGH 2016 - BWW Review: BRIEFS, Assembly Hall, 10 August
by Adam Robinson - Aug 12, 2016

When it comes to caBaret, and especially camp caBaret, Australia reigns supreme. So much so that the stars on their flag should be replaced by sequins. Following the high heeled footsteps of those who have twinkled across the ocean like Priscilla Queen of the Desert and Miss Kylie Minogue, comes the controversial but kick ass kitsch Briefs. (more...)

CoreOS Delivers Tectonic 1.3 to Bring Kubernetes Container Orchestration Management to Enterprises
by BWW News Desk - Aug 11, 2016

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Kiss Kiss Cabaret, Magic Lounge Headliners and More Set for Uptown Underground This Fall
by BWW News Desk - Aug 11, 2016

Uptown Underground, 4707 N. Broadway, presents a full fall of Retrotainment including The Kiss Kiss CaBaret's annual Halloween-themed 'Peek-A-Boo' and Chicago Magic Lounge presents a variety of celebrity magicians. (more...)

Ryann Redmond and Kristy Cates Join THE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES
by BWW News Desk - Aug 11, 2016

Producer/Directors Tom and Michael D'Angora are thrilled to announce the new cast members for the current Off-Broadway revival of The Marvelous Wonderettes!  (more...)

BWW Review: Hale Centre Theatre's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST is Innovative
by Tyler Hinton - Aug 11, 2016

Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST at Hale Centre Theatre in West Valley is familiar enough to feel comfortable but innovative enough to bring new thoughts and emotions to the forefront. (more...)

Actors Studio Sneak Peek of Harold Pinter's OLD TIMES Coming in September
by BWW News Desk - Aug 11, 2016

 The famed ACTORS STUDIO comes to Ridgefield! Audience members will be treated to a "sneak peek" of this legendary acting troupes production of Old Times before it heads to NYC!  This is truly a unique collaboration between The Ridgefield Playhouse and the world-famous ACTORS STUDIO where theatre fans get to attend the premiere production of work developed during a two week intensive workshop here in Ridgefield.  (more...)

Photo Flash: Andrew Lloyd Webber's TELL ME ON A SUNDAY at New Line Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Aug 11, 2016

New Line Theatre, "the bad boy of musical theatre," closes its 25th anniversary season with Andrew Lloyd Webber's one-woman, one-act rock musical TELL ME ON A SUNDAY, running August 11-27, 2016, in the company's new home, the Marcelle Theater, the new blackbox theatre space in Grand Center, St. Louis' arts district.  (more...)

Big Switch Networks' Community Edition Sweepstakes Now Open for Entries
by BWW News Desk - Aug 11, 2016

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Refuge Theatre Project's BARE: A POP OPERA Begins Performances October
by BWW News Desk - Aug 10, 2016

Refuge Theatre Project will again perform in a non-traditional space for their production of Bare: a pop opera, which will complete the company's second season with a five-week run from October 7 through November 6, 2016. The sanctuary of Epworth United Methodist Church at 5253 N. Kenmore will be the stage for this sung-through musical, set in a private co-educational Roman Catholic boarding school. Bare, which premiered in Los Angeles in 2000 and was mounted off-Broadway in New York in 2004, follows gay and straight teenage characters who are dealing with their emerging sexuality. The pastoral guidance they receive from their teachers is not always affirming. (more...)

New Novel in Henry Fox Series Earns Award from Publishing Company
by BWW News Desk - Aug 1, 2016

Author Shel Weinstein didn't have to look far for inspiration for the character who stars in his latest book, which has earned the Dog Ear Publishing Award of Literary Excellence. Like Weinstein, Henry Fox hails from the Windy City. 'I was born and raised in Chicago and the character is a Chicagoan,' Weinstein said. 'The plot is taken from real life - at least the Bare bones - in that there was a scuba-diving accident where a body wasn't found and a large insurance claim.' (Weinstein's late wife worked as a paralegal at a law firm that defended claims against scuba-diving companies, and the case that inspired the novel was one the firm worked on.) 'I have no idea if that one was fraud or not, but it got me thinking,' he said. Sent in the 1960s, 'In Murder's Wake' stars insurance investigator Henry Fox, whose career has been going nowhere until he begins investigating the potential fraud case of a scuba diver who's gone missing just weeks after taking out a large insurance policy on himself. The case takes one twist after another, involving mobsters from Chicago and elsewhere and a mounting body count before all is revealed. Award of Literary Excellence winners are determined by Dog Ear's editorial team. The managing editor, editorial services manager and the publisher review its recommendations. The editor for 'In Murder's Wake' had nothing but praise for the book: 'This is by far the most well-written, well-executed novel I have ever edited. You masterfully developed the characters and the plot and have done an excellent job with pacing and dialog.' Weinstein takes pride in the novel's differences from other books. 'Henry isn't the genius detective that most people have come to expect. He's not the sharpest blade in the drawer, and he's the kind of guy if he can't understand it, he wants to beat the crap out of it. He's a tough guy,' he said. 'His eventual wife, Julia, is very much the brains of the operation.' And the novels don't follow the usual formula for thrillers. 'All the books (in the series) solve crime with street justice - they never rely on the legal system. Henry is kind of a thug, so he doesn't trust the police. So the solution at the end of the book always ends with street justice.' In addition, several of the characters provide diversity, including Henry, who is half Mohawk. 'There aren't too many of those (types of characters) around. If there's anything I like about the series, it's the interracial camaraderie between Henry and the others because they don't make a point of it at all - it's just there,' he said. Weinstein said the characters of Jesse and Silas were based on people he knew and grew up with, and he enjoys being able to include them 'without being preachy.' Thus far, all the reaction to the novel has been positive. A couple of book clubs are reading it now and promise to provide additional feedback. He also plans to hold book signings and talk to other book clubs. 'The first book (in the series) everybody seemed to love, so they were kind of waiting for this book,' Weinstein said. 'I was on Facebook with the information that it was coming, and people kept posting asking about when it was coming out... I think the difference between this one for the first book is that this book has perhaps a tad more humor than the first one, which was a little more on the dark side.' The former advertising copywriter, who has been writing all of his life, said the challenge in writing the sequel was how to convey the back stories of the characters without being too redundant and, at the same time, making it able to stand alone for those who had not read the first novel. He said the main characters practically wrote their own story, so that was not a problem. 'They were already written, so they took over and wrote themselves,' he said. Weinstein, who was born and raised on Chicago's Southside, now lives in Oxnard, Calif. He worked in advertising. This is the second book in Weinstein's Henry Fox series. 'Left Cross' was the first. The third book in the series will be set in the 1970s. For additional information, please visit www.shelweinstein.com In Murder's Wake Shel Weinstein Dog Ear Publishing ISBN: 978-1-4575-4666-2 264 pages $14.99 US Available at Ingram, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and fine bookstores everywhere. About Dog Ear Publishing, LLC Dog Ear Publishing offers completely customized self-publishing services for independent authors. Our book publishing and distribution services reach worldwide. Dog Ear authors retain all rights and complete creative control throughout the entire self-publishing process. Dog Ear Publishing reviews services and other book marketing services are available to connect great content with interested readers. Self-publishing services are available globally at dogearpublishing.net and from our offices in Indianapolis. Dog Ear Publishing - self-publishing that actually makes sense. (more...)

Anne Hathaway & More to Guest Star on New Season of IFC's DOCUMENTARY NOW!
by TV News Desk - Aug 1, 2016

IFC announced today that acclaimed Hollywood notables Anne Hathaway, Mia Farrow, Peter Bogdanovich and Peter Fonda will appear in Season 2 of DOCUMENTARY NOW!. (more...)

THIS MAN RIGHT HERE Set for Camden Fringe Festival
by BWW News Desk - Aug 1, 2016

This Man Right Here is a provocative play which asks whether modern men deserve our sympathy, our condemnation, or both. (more...)

The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston to Present FIRST LIGHT: A DECADE IN COLLECTING AT THE ICA
by BWW News Desk - Aug 1, 2016

The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (ICA) celebrates its first decade of collecting and the tenth anniversary in its Diller Scofidio + Renfro-designed facility with the largest and most ambitious presentation of its collection to date. (more...)

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