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Stockard Channing to Guest Star in THE GOOD WIFE Season 4
by BWW News Desk - Sep 26, 2012

According to Entertainment Weekly, Stockard Channing will play Julianna Marguiles' character Alicia's 'mercurial' mother in CBS's The Good Wife, season four. Channing will appear in at least one episode. (more...)

Bello Nock 'The Ultimate Daredevil' To Complete Series Of Death-Defying Acts Throughout 'The Summer Of Bello,' Culminating In #TheUltimate
by BWW News Desk - Jun 3, 2014

NEW YORK, June 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ Today, high above New York's Times Square, balanced on a high-wire for eight consecutive hours, Bello Nock, 'The Ultimate Daredevil,' announced that he will up the ante in a high-risk, end of summer event. In partnership with Mandt Bros. Productions and Major League Baseball Advanced Media, the stunt will be seen around the world in a live streaming pay-per-view experience on August 30. Bello will attempt to perform no less than 15 death-defying stunts in less than 15 minutes or die trying. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Actor and Author Arthur Wooten
by Gregory G. Allen - Dec 3, 2012

Actor and author Arthur Wooten has penned a fictional memoir of a Broadway actress struck by a mysterious disease in his new novel DIZZY. (more...)

by Pat Cerasaro - Aug 31, 2012

A gay gallimaufry, Ryan Murphy and Ali Adler's new NBC half-hour comedy THE NEW NORMAL more than merely delivers on the premise of a meta-MODERN FAMILY complete with all the requisite Murphy touches - and much, much more. After all, Murphy is the man behind POPULAR and GLEE, two of the most genre-bending and outrageous TV comedies of the 21st century (in addition to the just 17-time nominated new FX horror series AMERICAN HORROR STORY), so THE NEW NORMAL provides him with a mainstream, mainstage, network series in which he can explore the lighter side of life while also imparting a serious, progressive and all-too-apropos message along the way: A family is a family is a family. Gay, straight or otherwise, a family is founded upon love and only love as its basis and the overriding theme of the series is exactly that. While this all may sound a bit ooey gooey and pat, it is anything but in its style, presentation and attitude. (more...)