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Audrey Wood Theatre (New York, NY)

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Based on the play Luv by Murray Schisgal


W. A. Mozart: Overture to Cosž fan tutte

Tan Dun: Violin Concerto ďThe LoveĒ

S. Prokofiev: Selections from the ballet Romeo and Juliet

Love - 1984 Off-Broadway Page 4

Rishikul Yogshala Offers 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Pokhara, Nepal, September
by BWW News Desk - Jul 25, 2016

The reservoir of yoga comes straight to the land of beauty, Nepal at the hands of renowned Indian Yogis from Rishikul Yogshala. Hailing from the motherland of yoga, Rishikesh, these teachers are here as heralds of the new age of yoga, but with traditional yoga practices. Rishikul Yogshala is conducting yet another 200 hour yoga teacher training in Nepal in the month of September 2016 and this time they promise one month of fun filled yoga sessions, invigorating meditation experiences and transforming pranayama classes. All this will be conducted as per the standards of Yoga Alliance, USA and Yoga Alliance International. The school has been in the yoga fraternity for more than 7 years and has become one of the highest reviewed yoga schools in India. The effective teaching methodology of the teachers is commendable and the school reports to have many repeated students coming for advance courses or other yoga retreats. Rishikul Yogshala is headquartered in the yoga capital of the world, Rishikesh but has its reach all across the Indian peninsula along with other countries like Thailand, South Africa, Vietnam and Nepal. All the teachers working for the school are motivated by the cause of spreading wellness and dream to empower each & every human being to take care of themselves & their family without depending on the modern medicine. 200 hour yoga teacher training in Nepal is a perfect outlet for not only those who wish to become certified yoga teachers but it also great for people who are looking to learn the intricacies of yoga and use it for their personal skills. This month long course will journey through different subjects, which will include physical knowledge like hatha and ashtanga yoga asanas, pranayama and dhayana (postures, breath work & meditation) whereas practical knowledge would be imparted as well. Ashtanga yoga primary series, Hatha Yoga primary series, introduction to Kundalini Yoga and Ayurvedic detoxification techniques will become an integral part of the learning whereas human anatomy and yoga philosophy will take the student into the depth of yogic learning. Informing the students about how body is affected by the poses, the alignment & adjustment classes will bring out a sound yogi who knows how to practice safely. The teachers will throw light upon the teaching methodologies on an everyday basis. This informative course will be undertaken at Hotel Tulsi, a perfect location at the splendid town of Pokhara, Nepal. Standing tall amidst the Annapurna Range, Hotel Tulsi has been the hub from where Rishikul Yogshala functions and creates competent yoga teachers from Nepal. The hotel has 35 rooms & suites with a beautiful open spaces rigged with greenery. The practitioners can experience a blast of fresh air coming from the open lake near by whereas the view of the Annapurna Range is yet another reason for students to feel excited at the hotel. The rooms are offered on an individual or sharing basis with Free Wi-Fi services. Also, the Ayurvedic chefs prepare the food, which includes three meals everyday made of oriental herbs and spices. The menu is decided by keeping in mind the health of the budding yogis. Nepal is the town of natural beauty and mountainous terrain. Many travelers and yogi come to this part of the world to understand themselves either by way of trekking, yoga or both. The place is soulful and nurtures the yogi in anyone as the quiet terrain offers perfect scenery for the inner work. The clear blue sky and star laden nights are a treat to the eyes and acts as soul's food. The yogis have a host of places to explore apart from the short excursions that the school conducts. Whether you are an adventurer or a shopaholic, you will find something or the other interesting the green valleys of Pokhara. If you Love adventures there are many options for you like paragliding, kayaking, zip line adventures etc. For further details please contact: +91 706 006 0954 or write to or visit the website: (more...)

Penguin Rep Presents DANCING LESSONS by Mark St. Germain
by BWW News Desk - Jul 25, 2016

Penguin Rep Theatre, the award-winning theatre in Stony Point, New York, under the leadership of Artistic Director Joe Brancato and Executive Director Andrew M. Horn, presents the New York premiere of Dancing Lessons by Mark St. Germain from August 12 through September 4, 2016. (more...)

Oak Park Festival Theatre - CANCELED SHOW Due to Weather
by BWW News Desk - Jul 25, 2016

Mother Nature is not being kind at the moment...Tonight's production of THE TAMING OFTHE SHREW, has been officially canceled due to weather. (more...)

Zita Harrison Pens INK - BENEATH THE STAIN
by BWW News Desk - Jul 25, 2016

Zita Harrison's fictional novel, 'Ink - Beneath the Stain' is about the damaging effects of prejudice and discrimination, and the need, now more than ever, for acceptance and Love. In the year 2016, the world remains firmly trapped in the clutches of bias, unable to accept differences, to live and let live. While the progress in technology, science, and society is mind boggling, the human brain has been unable to overcome the primitive instinct for survival at the cost of others. Today this instinct dictates that, in order to attain success in life, forms of our species that vary in appearance, ability, culture, religion, sexual orientation, gender, political beliefs, and social status be put down, and kept down. From bullying and ostracism in schools to discrimination in society to hostility between countries, it's all about the need to establish oneself as stronger and more powerful. The effects of these are long lasting, if not permanent. The resulting population of twisted, angry people who are so caught up with indignities, real or imagined, that they cannot get past them to try to find any good in life, is global. They want to blame, to hurt, and to kill. Just look at the increasing number and frequency of headlines. Terrorism towards those of different beliefs: 'Truck rams Bastille Day crowd in Nice, France, killing at least 84' (Washington Post, Jul 15, 2016). Physical and psychological abuse of women in third world countries: 'Women murdered for 'honour', torched, maimed' (The Express Tribune, Jul 12, 2016). Mass shootings of both adults and children: 'Baton Rouge Shooting Jolts a Nation on Edge' (, July 17, 2016); 'Sandy Hook Elementary shooting leaves 28 dead, law enforcement sources say' (, Dec 14, 2012). These headlines are frightening enough individually, let alone together. Is there any doubt that we are, now more than ever, in the grip of a madness caused by prejudice, discrimination, and the need to survive? 'Real progress, to really make a world better than the one in neanderthal days, has to be in the form of acceptance and Love. Believing in it, being mindful of it, and practicing it.' - Zita Harrison About the Author: 'Ink - Beneath the Stain' is Zita Harrison's first novel, and a product of who she is. She has lived in many different countries, Loves to travel and experience different cultures, and feels very fortunate to be living in California, home to so many different ethnicities. Zita holds an M.A. in English Literature. For more information about 'Ink - Beneath the Stain,' please visit or contact Zita Harrison at 510-794-8691. (more...)

MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 Coming to Netflix; New Cast Announced
by TV News Desk - Jul 25, 2016

The new season of MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 will be available exclusively on Netflix in the U.S., Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. (more...)

by BWW News Desk - Jul 25, 2016

Dion Italiano realizes a lifelong dream and goal to write a retelling of his story in this latest publication, 'Find Yourself Through My Eyes' (published by Xlibris AU). A candid and compelling autobiography, this look-back not only shares an inspiring tale of a young impassioned boy but also reignites the fire within one's self that the opportunity for success is never over, but only the very beginning. (more...)

Berniece Bernay (BB) Chronicles 'Out of Darkness into Marvelous Light'
by BWW News Desk - Jul 25, 2016

As she grew up the victim of constant teasing, author Berniece Bernay (BB) wondered if she would ever make friends. When she turned 13, Bernay's life began spiraling even further downward into darkness. 'Out of Darkness into Marvelous Light' (published by iUniverse) details one woman's poignant quest to find happiness, fulfillment and inner-peace in a complicated world through God's grace and Love. (more...)

by BWW News Desk - Jul 25, 2016

Author and veteran A. David Barnes, MD, PhD, MPH, FACOG was inspired to leave a legacy to his children and grandchildren, a testimony of his failures and triumphs in life. 'Insanity of Wars' (published by Xlibris) follows his journey from medical school and military to world travels and humanitarian medical missions. (more...)

'Let's Win One for the Crumper!' is Released
by BWW News Desk - Jul 25, 2016

According to a recently released spoof of presidential politics and National Football League intrigue, it could happen: A big loss on Nov. 8. Yet, the Republican Presidential candidate still eventually takes the White House by playing amazing 'political football.' (more...)

BWW Blog: Cheyenne Dalton - Theatre Makes Us Human
by Guest Blogger: Cheyenne Dalton - Jul 25, 2016

As someone who came from a family of electrical linemen and bankers and contract specialists, started out pre-vet in middle school, detoured to pre-med in high school, and finally to theatre - not only did my career choice fail to reach the goals previously set for me by my peers, my teachers, and my parents, but I was left with a huge question: does what I do make a valuable contribution to this world and society?  (more...)

Villager Goods To Launch Coconut Water This Fall 2016 With 26 Of The World's Top Surfers, Skateboarders And Snowboarders
by BWW News Desk - Jul 25, 2016

Villager Goods coconut water will launch this Fall 2016 as the first athlete-owned start up dedicated to inspiring the world's youth to live healthy positive lives in harmony with nature. The twenty-six top action sports "Villagers" have signed on as investor-ambassadors to show their commitment to living positive, healthy lifestyles that set an example toyounger generations as well as their contemporaries. Villager Goods will introduce three coconut water flavors - original, pineapple and chocolate - delivering a premium organic, not-from-concentrate product priced in line with mainstream non-organic competitors. (more...)

C Spire to soon offer customer-inspired next generation TV service
by BWW News Desk - Jul 25, 2016


BWW Blog: Naomi Melvin - Somebody's Eyes: Q&A with Lisa Stevens!
by Guest Blogger: Naomi Melvin - Jul 25, 2016

Recently I sat down with our director and co-choreographer, Lisa Stevens, to chat about our version of Footloose and her personal process in relation to building theatre. As I've said before, we are lucky. As someone who has intensively observed the rehearsal process (I Love rehearsal), I have sat in awe of Lisa's direction. Specifically, I find her vocabulary lends itself beautifully to moving the work in a forward direction. Her style is streamlined along with plenty of room to play. And Lisa is so underneath each character and their relationships that, with her guidance, there's a stronger connection between the actor and his or her role. With her list of credits and accolades, Lisa has brought the know-how of the business to rehearsal, imparting on us indispensable tools essential to the artist's working life. As the cast filtered out for lunch, I joined Lisa behind the creative team's table and opened our discussion.  (more...)

Broadway AM Report, 7/25/2016 - MAMMA MIA!, It's Monday!
by Jessica Khan - Jul 25, 2016

Good morning, BroadwayWorld! Because we know all our readers eat, sleep and breathe Broadway, what could be better than waking up to it? (more...)

Oscar and Felix Get a Modern Update in Oddly Familiar Comedy from The Rep
by BWW News Desk - Jul 25, 2016

A 20th century comedy masterpiece gets rebooted for the new millennium with OSCAR AND FELIX: A NEW LOOK AT THE ODD COUPLE, a modern take on Neil Simon's 1965 classic, opening at Adelaide's Arts Theatre on September 1. (more...)

by Ellen Dostal - Jul 25, 2016

This past week I saw two different musicals that have taken their inspiration from classic Jane Austen novels and, while completely different in size and scale, both have considerable merits. The first is in San Diego where Paul Gordon's to-die-for new musical SENSE AND SENSIBILITY is gracing the stage at The Old Globe. (more...)

NYMT's PRODIGY Cast Recording Hits No. 6 on iTunes Soundtrack Charts
by BWW News Desk - Jul 25, 2016

Auburn Jam Records and National Youth Music Theatre have just released the Original Cast Recording of Prodigy, the new musical from Jake Brunger and Pippa Cleary. The recording was released today 25th July, with CDs available to purchase at, and digital copies available to download via all major online retailers, including iTunes, where the album is currently at No. 6 and climbing on the soundtrack charts. (more...)

BWW Interview: Director Thom Southerland On Reviving Rodgers and Hammerstein's ALLEGRO
by Marianka Swain - Jul 25, 2016

Director Thom Southerland has built a career on revelatory musical revivals in smaller fringe venues, from Me and Juliet and The Grand Tour at Finborough Theatre to Titanic, Grand Hotel and Grey Gardens at Southwark Playhouse. He's programmed an enticing range of musicals for his first season as artistic director of Charing Cross Theatre, but first up is the European premiere of Rodgers and Hammerstein's little-seen Allegro, playing at Southwark from August 5. (more...)

Photo Coverage: MAMMA MIA! CelebratesOpening Night at The John W. Engeman Theater
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Jul 25, 2016

The John W. Engeman Theater presents MAMMA MIA! Performances run now through Sunday, September 11, 2016, and BroadwayWorld was on hand for opening night! (more...)

BWW Interview: Tenor Barry Banks Counts Himself Lucky
by Erica Miner - Jul 25, 2016

From his early youth in Staffordshire, UK, Barry Banks had a burning desire to sing. (more...)

BWW Review: National Tour Of Webber's PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Is A Dream Come True
by Jeffrey Walker - Jul 25, 2016

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA I just experienced at the Kennedy Center renewed my faith in the show: it is a delight for all the senses, possesses dazzling stagecraft, and is performed by a cast that mines the romance, danger, and intrigue from the story and score. I declare this production a dream come true. Chris Mann, formerly a contestant on THE VOICE headlines the show in the title role, performing with mystery and power. His Christine on the night I attended, Kaitlyn Davis, was stunning, as well. (more...)

August Strindberg's 1901 play DREAMPLAY to open at The Vaults
by Edward Baker - Jul 25, 2016

BAZ Productions' 2016 re-working of dreamplay tells the story of a young woman who arrives on earth from 'above' to discover the mysteries of humanity. Director Sarah Bedi and cast have created a new and unpredictable version of August Strindberg's 1901 play that reimagines the story for a modern audience. This all-consuming production plays on universal human doubts and anxieties, adding a heightened degree of awareness to the audience experience. (more...)

BWW Blog: Cleveland's Invade Canada for the Shaw Festival 2016
by Roy Berko - Jul 25, 2016

Walking down Queen Street, the main shopping boulevard in beautiful Niagara-on-the Lake, during the third week of July, was like being in downtown Cleveland. Cav championship t-shirts and Indian's garb were worn by many of the strollers. Our Toronto friends shared that in almost every play they attended, their neighbors on one or both sides of their seats were from the Cleveland area. (more...)

BWW Interview: Tony Danza, Now in 'Residence' at 54 Below
by Adrienne Onofri - Jul 25, 2016

The beLoved sitcom star ups his musical theater cred with a summer-long engagement at the midtown cabaret. (more...)

BWW Interview: Jackie Burns of IF/THEN at Bushnell Theatre
by Joseph Harrison - Jul 25, 2016

Do you ever wonder what your life would have been like if you had made different choices? Would you have a different job? A different Love? Would your life have been better, or maybe worse? In the first show of Hartford's 2016-2017 Bushnell Broadway Series, IF/THEN, one woman finds herself at the intersection of choice and chance, and takes audiences on a journey guided by the whims of fate. Playing, Elizabeth, the woman whose life splits into parallel paths due to one fateful choice, is Jackie Burns, a Connecticut native who is returning to her home state to bring this contemporary musical to the Bushnell stage. I caught up with Jackie to talk about the show and hear how it feels to return home with IF/THEN. (more...)

BWW Preview: Each Show in Fox Cities P.A.C.'s 2016-2017 Broadway Season is Sure to Delight Audiences
by Meredith Kreisa - Jul 25, 2016

Fox Cities P.A.C.'s 2016-2017 offers quantity and quality. (more...)

Cast Announced For 946: THE AMAZING STORY OF ADOLPHUS TIPS At Shakespeare's Globe
by Edward Baker - Jul 25, 2016

Shakespeare's Globe is delighted to announce casting for 946: THE AMAZING STORY OF ADOLPHUS TIPS, co-adapted by Michael Morpurgo and Globe Artistic Director Emma Rice. After a critically acclaimed 2015 run at Kneehigh's Asylum, Emma Rice's family show will be brought to London for the first time, before embarking on a major international tour of the UK and US. It tells the story of the rehearsed D-Day landings in Devon's Slapton Sands, and stars Katy Owen as the heroine Lily, Mike Shepherd as her grandfather, Adam Sopp as the evacuee Barry, and Nandi Bhebhe and Ncuti Gatwa as American soldiers Harry and Adi. (more...)

Kitchen Theatre Company Announces its 26th Season
by BWW News Desk - Jul 25, 2016

 Kitchen Theatre Company's 2016-17 season marks the start of the theater's second quarter century. From the world premiere of Wendy Dann's Birds of East Africa to the hilarious encore production of Precious Nonsense, it promises to be one to remember. Darian Dauchan's Death Boogie showcases his mastery of multi-character solo work, accompanied by live musicians on bass and violin. It is a hip hop musical that is part performance, part concert and all Darian. Clean Alternatives by Brian Dykstra was ahead of the curve when first produced, with its focus on the environment and our shared responsibility to ensure a sustainable planet. Alexander Thomas' Throw Pitchfork is a brilliantly performed solo performance by one of KTC's favorite actors.Sex With Strangers by Laura Eason explores the high-powered, cutthroat world of publishing and two passionate writers' relationship to fame and to each other. Opening the season is the irreverent, buckle-your-seat-belts, Tony-nominated Hand To God by Robert Askins. (more...)

Scoop: COUPLED on FOX - Today, July 26, 2016
by - Jul 25, 2016

Get all the scoop on COUPLED, airing on FOX on today, July 26, 2016! (more...)

EDINBURGH 2016: BWW Q&A - The Blind Date Project
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jul 25, 2016

BWW speaks to the creators of The Blind Date Project, which is heading to the Edinburgh Fringe this year. (more...)

Celebrate Mid-Autumn With Love and Tradition From Thye Moh Chan
by BWW News Desk - Jul 25, 2016


by Chris Arneson - Jul 25, 2016

Beautiful - The Carole King Musical is one of those shows where you can't help but fall in Love with the nostalgia of it all. (more...)

EDINBURGH 2016: BWW Q&A - Christina Bianco
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jul 25, 2016

We speak to star of the West End and Broadway, Christina Bianco about her Edinburgh Fringe run of Me, Myself and Everybody Else before heading out on her first UK tour! (more...)

Photo Coverage: I LOVED LUCY Plays Benefit Performance for Abingdon Theatre Company
by Stephen Sorokoff - Jul 25, 2016

Direct from two sold out critically acclaimed London productions I Loved Lucy gave a one night only benefit performance for Abingdon Theatre Company at The Lucille Lortel Theatre on July 21 and BroadwayWorld was there. (more...)

EDINBURGH 2016: BWW Q&A - Milk
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jul 25, 2016

We speak to Ross Dunsmore, writer of Milk which is part of TravFest at the Traverse Theatre during the Edinburgh Festival. (more...)

David Bowie's LAZARUS Coming To West End In October with Michael C. Hall & More
by Marianka Swain - Jul 25, 2016

David Bowie and Enda Walsh's LAZARUS, which premiered at New York Theatre Workshop last year, is coming to King's Cross Theatre for a run 25 October-22 January 2017. It's directed by Ivo van Hove, and several cast members from the New York production are reprising their roles: Michael C Hall, Michael Esper and Sophia Anne Caruso. Full casting to be announced. (more...)

BWW Review: Dani Stoller Presents AWKWARD at Creative Cauldron's 2016 Summer Cabaret Series
by Barbara Johnson - Jul 25, 2016

In an evening featuring classic musical favorites and unexpected gems, longtime DC performer Dani Stoller presents "Awkward: A Musical Ode to the Funny Best Friend" as part of Creative Cauldron's 2016 Summer Cabaret Series. (more...)

Broadway AM Report, 7/25/2016 - MAMMA MIA!, It's Monday!
by Jessica Khan - Jul 25, 2016

Today's big news: A slew of stars gather for FROM BROADWAY WITH Love to support Orlando! (more...)

BWW Interview: Baayork Lee - A CHORUS LINE Original Still Stepping Up to the Line
by Gil Kaan - Jul 25, 2016

To any A CHORUS LINE aficionado, the mere mention of Baayork Lee will conjure up vivid memories of the original Connie Wong - the youthful-looking, 4'10' Asian-American, perky dynamo who repeatedly evaded revealing her biological age to Zach, the interviewing choreographer. Now in 2016, Baayork will be choreographing and directing her most recent production of A CHORUS LINE at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. (more...)

TAM's BARBER OF SEVILLE Reminds of Beaumarchais' Modernity
by Carla Maria Verdino-SŁllwold - Jul 24, 2016

The Theater at Monmouth's new production of Pierre de Beaumarchais' delightful, provocative 18th century comedy, The Barber of Seville, (in translation by Elizabeth Griffith) sparkles not only with saucy wit, but also with a striking modernity. The first play from the French master's Figaro trilogy is a comedy of manners about marriage with the underlying theme - embodied in the wily Figaro - of class conflict. And though the historical context is Enlightenment France, Rosine's quest for self-determination and Love and Figaro's cheerfully impudent challenging of a hierarchical society ring with relevance. (more...)

Thou Hath No Fear to Shed All in Peregrine's FULL MONTY
by Kristen Morale - Jul 24, 2016

With a book by Terrence McNally, music and lyrics by David Yazbek and now under the direction of (and also featuring choreography by) Terry Norgeot, The Full Monty has arrived at the Provincetown Theatre, in association with Peregrine Theatre Ensemble. Based on the cult-hit film of the same name, this ten-time Tony-Award nominee is one of the most unconventionally 'real' musicals you are ever bound to say; it is a surprisingly dramatic story trapped in the body of a semi-comedic musical, and the songs are an added bonus in bringing both its characters and the audience away from real-life issues by the comedic way in which they are dealt with. (more...)

MBS Productions Announces 2016/2017 Season
by BWW News Desk - Jul 24, 2016

Slave Letters Created & conceived by Mark-Brian Sonna October 13 - November 6, 2016 Due to record setting attendance we are bringing back our most acclaimed production at the larger Studio Theatre! (more...)

BWW NEWS: 2016 HELPMANN AWARDS ***Article to be Updated Live *** Please Refresh Browser ***
by Jade Kops - Jul 24, 2016

*Please Refresh Browser To Stay Updated* BWW Sydney will be attending the 16th Annual HELPMAN AWARDS being presented by Live Performance Australia (LPA) at Sydney Lyric Theatre on Monday 25th July. *Please Refresh Browser To Stay Updated* (more...)

Hottest Articles on for 7/17/2016 - 7/24/2016
by BWW - Jul 24, 2016

Hottest Articles on from 7/17/2016 - 7/24/2016. (more...)

DON'T THINK TWICE Opens with Highest Per Screen Average of 2016
by BWW News Desk - Jul 24, 2016

Mike Birbiglia's DON'T THINK TWICE sold out dozens of showtimes this weekend, grossing $90,126 at New York's Landmark Sunshine. This ranks as the highest per screen average of 2016, besting Woody Allen's CAFE SOCIETY, and is one of the highest exclusive opening weekend per screen averages of all-time. (more...)

THREAD by Elena Zucker at Little Y Theatre Company this August
by BWW News Desk - Jul 24, 2016

Thread makes its American debut at the 2016 New York International Fringe Festival following a successful run in Perth, Australia. This one-woman show was written for Australian actress Mischa Ipp by award-winning playwright Elena Zucker. From NYC to Palestine, Mimi's world collapses with the inadvertent like of a long-lost Love's dissident Facebook status. Identities unravel, as do the boundaries between fact and fiction, Jew and Arab, time and space.  (more...)

New York City Opera Presents CARMEN: FREE in Bryant Park this Coming Friday
by BWW News Desk - Jul 24, 2016

New York City Opera invites you to join us for a sizzling production of Carmen, presented FREE in Bryant Park this coming Friday, July 29th at 6:30 pm.  (more...)

Solo Creation Festival Program 3: Two Hot Debuts and a Revelatory Return
by BWW News Desk - Jul 24, 2016

Don't Miss Program 3, July 28-31! Another exciting, diverse program closes the 2016 Solo Creation Festival! We've got a comic tale from Son of Semele Ensemble member Michael Evans Lopez, an edgy new work from the Program 1 writing team of Chambers Stevens and Travis Perkins, plus a reprise of Program 2's haunting Revelation. (more...)

They're Still Together! HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL Cast at One Night Stand Cabaret
by BWW Staff - Jul 24, 2016

Reunions are moments of nostalgic reminiscence that let you review what you have accomplished together with your friends and make you wonder in awe on the journey you started together years ago. This was the general feeling when the original cast of the 2007 Philippine production of Disney's HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL (HSM) took center stage once again in "Still in This Together: A 10th Anniversary Concert" at the monthly One Night Stand (ONS) cabaret series at 12 Monkeys Music Hall and Pub earlier this month. (more...)

Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 7/23-7/24/2016
by - Jul 24, 2016

Hottest Articles on from this weekend Sunday, July 24, 2016 - Sunday, July 24, 2016. (more...)

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