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Audrey Wood Theatre (New York, NY)

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Based on the play Luv by Murray Schisgal

Program:

W. A. Mozart: Overture to Così fan tutte

Tan Dun: Violin Concerto “The Love”

S. Prokofiev: Selections from the ballet Romeo and Juliet


Love - 1984 Off-Broadway Page 1000


BWW Interview: Stephen Schnetzer
by Sherry Shameer Cohen - Oct 5, 2015

Stephen Schnetzer has accomplished something very few actors can claim: he can get a favorable review from the notoriously hard to please critic John Simon. Schnetzer won a Soap Opera Digest award for Outstanding Comic Performance by an Actor (Daytime) for his work on Another World and has received numerous nominations for his acting. He has also appeared on Homeland, Forever, The Wire, The Following, The Blacklist, Damages, Law & Order, and other television shows. Theatre credits include The Goat or Who Is Sylvia?, Awake and Sing, Tribes, A Talent For Murder, Filumena, The Incomparable Max, and other plays. Schnetzer will soon appear at the Westport Country Playhouse in Arthur Miller's play, Broken Glass, and BroadwayWorld wanted to know more about him. (more...)

'Real Housewives' Shannon & David Beador Set for WATCH WHAT HAPPENS LIVE Special, 10/5
by BWW News Desk - Oct 5, 2015

After vows have been broken, Bravo Media delves into the hardships and gut-wrenching truths of repairing a strained marriage as Andy Cohen hosts a special 'Watch What Happens Live One-on-One with Shannon and David Beador' airing Monday, October 5 (more...)

BWW Review: Splendid CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF at Group rep
by Don Grigware - Oct 5, 2015

birthday. He is dying of cancer but is told that he is suffering from a spastic colon. Mendacity. Margaret (Madeline Fair) denies gossip that she and husband Brick (Daniel Kaemon) are sleeping apart. The denial is a lie. Gooper (Todd Andrew Ball) and wife Mae (Kyra Schwartz) swear to have Big Daddy's back. More mendacity. Brick denies unspeakable devotion to football pal Skipper. Mendacity, mendacity, mendacity. The plantation reeks of it. The only truth that exists is that Big Daddy does hate his relationship with Big Mama (Diane Frank) and is not afraid to tell it to the world.The Pollitt family give new meaning to the word dysfunction. Who would want to celebrate anything with them? But somehow Tennessee Williams manages to get us to care for Maggie, Brick, Big Daddy and Big Mama. Gooper, Mae and their no.neck monster children... we can definitely live without. Now in an appealing production at Group rep directed meticulously by L. Flint Esquerra and with an outstanding cast, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof still manages to grab hold and move us. (more...)

Scoop: TODAY on NBC - Week of October 5, 2015
by BWW News Desk - Oct 5, 2015

Get all the scoop on TODAY, airing on NBC for the week of October 5, 2015! (more...)

BWW Interview: Tom McGowan, London's New Wizard In WICKED!
by Carrie Dunn - Oct 5, 2015

We talk to London's new Wizard about his long association with the show, what he thinks of his new leading ladies, and why he Loves London so much... (more...)

Eugene McCann Announces THE JOURNEY OF MY LIFE
by BWW News Desk - Oct 5, 2015

Author Eugene McCann has suffered from the disease known as epilepsy since he was a child. And throughout the years he has experienced all sorts of challenges that tested his courage and faith. And yet despite it all he was still able to look at life with optimism. (more...)

BWW Review: MCT Romances Friendship and Poetry in Ruhl's DEAR ELIZABETH
by Peggy Sue Dunigan - Oct 5, 2015

The romance of letter writing centers Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's (MCT) Midwest premiere of Dear Elizabeth. Playwright Sarah Ruhl's character study of Pulitzer Prize winners Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell carries the two writers through their 30 plus year friendship, the ups and downs in producing award winning poetry while maintaining personal relationships. (more...)

BWW Review: FREUD'S LAST SESSION - A Brilliant Duet
by Lynn Beaver - Oct 5, 2015

Jarrott Production's FREUD'S LAST SESSION by Mark St.Germain, features two veteran actors at the top of their game. (more...)

BWW Review: TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE at Playhouse On Park
by Joseph Harrison - Oct 5, 2015

At the beginning of the premiere production of Playhouse on Park's seventh season, TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE, we learn that we are present for the last class taught by Morrie Schwartz, and that Mitch Albom, the author of the book on which the play is based, will be the sole student. But seated in the audience, I felt that wasn't exactly true. I too, was a student of Morrie's, learning along with Mitch, the life lessons that he conveyed in such a straightforward and loving way. (more...)

BWW Interview: Siubhan Harrison, Sgt Sarah Brown In GUYS AND DOLLS!
by Carrie Dunn - Oct 5, 2015

We talk to London's new Sergeant Sarah about her starry castmates, the audition process for big West End musicals - and why she's so excited for this show to start! (more...)

BWW Review: A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE Slays 'Em On Tour
by Misha Davenport - Oct 5, 2015

Equal parts Gilbert and Sullivan and Edward Gorey, the Tony award winning musical A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO Love & MURDER finally hits Chicago for a limited engagement through Oct. 11 and it was worth the wait. (more...)

BWW Review: freeFall Theatre's THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST WITH ZOMBIES
by Peter Nason - Oct 5, 2015

This production is a fascinating twist on a classic, always thrilling, but is it necessary? (more...)

BWW Review: GISELLE Opens LA Ballet's 10th Season Celebrating the Great Romantics
by Shari Barrett - Oct 5, 2015

Premiered by Los Angeles Ballet in 2011, GISELLE is a haunting and ethereal masterwork; the perfect embodiment of the Romantic ideal to kick off its tenth season. Continuing its mission to offer world-class professional ballet to greater Los Angeles, the season will include four full-length story ballets including new productions of Don Quixote and Romeo and Juliet and the return of the company's critically-acclaimed productions of Giselle and The Nutcracker. (more...)

BWW Review: BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET'S SWAN LAKE Still Stunning After 25 Years
by Emma Cann - Oct 5, 2015

The Birmingham Royal Ballet's first production of the season is always a special occasion, and even more so this year as the company celebrate the 25th anniversary of their move to Birmingham. In the past 25 years, Birmingham Royal Ballet have performed Swan Lake a total of 582 times, from Thailand to the USA, South Korea, Israel and Japan. (more...)

Scoop: TODAY on NBC - Week of October 5, 2015
by BWW News Desk - Oct 5, 2015

Get all the scoop on TODAY, airing on NBC for the week of October 5, 2015! (more...)

Bookworks Presents Shelf Awareness for Readers: October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
by BWW News Desk - Oct 5, 2015

Most women have been touched personally and/or peripherally by breast cancer; its threat looms ever present. So it's not surprising that so much has been written about the disease. (more...)

BWW Review: Ocean State Theatre Kicks Off Season with Frightfully Disappointing THE ADDAMS FAMILY
by Robert Barossi - Oct 5, 2015

There are certainly no perfect formulas for creating the perfect musical. Lately, it seems that many new shows are following one of two "tried and true" formulas for success, both of which can actually lead to pretty epic failure. One is trying to turn something like a movie, television show, cartoon or comic book into a musical. The second is trying to create a musical that has something for everyone, a show that tries to please every audience member with a little bit of everything. The Addams Family, which kicks off the new season at Ocean State Theatre Company, is an example of how both of those formulas sometimes fall very, very flat. (more...)

BWW Review: THE LEFTOVERS' Shift Makes it Most Compelling Drama on TV
by Matt Tamanini - Oct 4, 2015

The goal of art is to make the viewer feel. While many didn't appreciate what the first season of HBO's THE LEFTOVERS made them feel, no one can argue that it did, in fact, make them feel something; and for many, more deeply than TV has in a long time. Often, for better or for worse, that feeling was an overwhelming sense of oppressive grief. Easily last season's most divisive show, Season 2 kicked off tonight with a slightly different approach, a more optimistic approach, but nonetheless, still a very emotionally intense approach. And, in doing so, THE LEFTOVERS has taken a gigantic step forward to becoming the most compelling drama on television. (more...)

BWW Recap: 'The Boo' Scares THE LAST MAN ON EARTH Back to Equilibrium
by Gunnar Larson - Oct 4, 2015

In the season 2 opener last week, I spent a lot of time discussing the renewed characterizations of Phil and Carol, and their new relationship. I'm glad I did that, because in this second episode, THE LAST MAN ON EARTH further explores these relationships, returning the show back to the equilibrium reached at the end of season 1. (more...)

Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 10/3-10/4/2015
by - Oct 4, 2015

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Sunday, October 4, 2015 - Sunday, October 4, 2015. (more...)

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