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SDMT Launches #ReadyForTomorrow Campaign in Response to Wells Fargo Ad; Beth Malone & More to Contribute
by BWW News Desk - Sep 7, 2016

San Diego Musical Theatre took to social media with its own response and launched a counter-ad campaign: #ReadyForTomorrow, shifting the Wells Fargo's tagline from, 'Let's get them ready for tomorrow' to 'The arts made me ready for tomorrow.' The campaign shines a light on the impact the arts have had on individual lives and features individuals who make a living in the arts. (more...)

BWW Review: PAGEANT - The Guys Are Dolls, the Beauty Is Bawdy, But The Play Lacks Legs
by Herbert Paine - Sep 6, 2016

The Guys Are Dolls, the Beauty Is Bawdy, But PAGEANT Lacks Legs. The cast in Arizona Broadway Theatre's current production of the spoof does its level best ~ true troupers! (more...)

Theatre Community Reacts to Disparaging Wells Fargo Ad
by BWW News Desk - Sep 3, 2016

Following in the footsteps of AT&T and Old Navy, Wells Fargo has become the latest business to draw the ire of arts professionals for running an advertisement that portrays the pursuit of the arts as inferior to sports and the sciences. The ad shows images of two different teens working on experiments as part of Wells Fargo's marketing for their upcoming Teen Day. The first is accompanied by the text, 'A ballerina yesterday. An engineer today,' while the second reads, 'An actor yesterday. A botanist today.' Both images are then followed by the sentence 'Let's get them ready for tomorrow,' printed in italicized letters. (more...)

Breaking: Wells Fargo Responds to Broadway Outcry; Plus Readers Comment
by BWW News Desk - Sep 3, 2016

As reported earlier this morning by BroadwayWorld, the theatre community and other arts professionals reacted in full force on social media in response to a controversial ad run by Wells Fargo that seemed to place careers in the sciences ahead of professional artistic pursuits.  (more...)

BWW Review: SASSY MAMAS Seduce at Ensemble Theatre
by Brett Cullum - Sep 28, 2016

A widower, a divorcee, and a 'permanently single' political figure all end up going for younger guys in this hilarious look at what pop culture lovingly calls 'cougars'. It feels familiar, but it also brings something touching and new to the table. (more...)

VIDEO: Sneak Peek - Former Teen Star Corey Feldman Drops a Bombshell on Next DR. OZ
by TV News Desk - Sep 26, 2016

On the next DR OZ, airing Tuesday, September 27, 2016, former teen star Corey Feldman drops a bombshell. See what he's only revealing to Dr. Oz about abuse in Hollywood. (more...)

BWW Recap: GREY'S ANATOMY Attempts to 'Undo' the Drama in Season Premiere
by Lauren Gienow - Sep 24, 2016

GREY'S ANATOMY's 13th Season premiered Thursday night and it picked up right where it left off in the May finale. The episode is titled 'Undo' and is Directed by Debbie Allen (a Broadway alum and BWW fav!) and written by William Harper. Is Deluca alright? Did Alex face the consequences of his actions? Read to find out! (more...)

BWW REVIEW: Incredibly Moving, Contemporary Opera PECAN SUMMER Brings Australian History To The Sydney Opera House
by Jade Kops - Sep 17, 2016

Deborah Cheetham's (Music and Libretto) moving contemporary Australian Opera PECAN SUMMER blends classical stylings with the heart wrenching truth of a not too distant past. (more...)

Janis Dardaris to Star in 'MOTHER COURAGE' at Quintessence
by BWW News Desk - Sep 12, 2016

Quintessence Theatre Group continues producing progressive classic theatre and launces its seventh season with David Hare's translation of Bertolt Brecht's Mother Courage and Her Children, with original music by Michael Friedman. (more...)

BWW Review: Theatre UCF's YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN Shatters Lofty Expectations
by Matt Tamanini - Oct 26, 2016

Last week, I wrote an article looking at why Central Florida's collegiate theatre programs, and in particular Theatre UCF, consistently produce content at or above the level of local professional theatres. The next night I went to see UCF's production of Mel Brooks' YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, the musical adaptation of one my favorite films. So, needless to say, as I walked into the theater, my expectations were already exceptionally high. Fortunately for me, and everyone else at the sold-out performance, this incredibly talented cast not only met those expectations, but shattered them. (more...)

Beleaguered Newsman Billy Bush to Compete on DANCING WITH THE STARS?
by TV News Desk - Oct 13, 2016

Today, an insider tells Page Six of the New York Post that the 44-year-old may look to revive his career by appearing on the next season of ABC's DANCING WITH THE STARS. (more...)

THE APOLOGY is Released
by BWW News Desk - Oct 11, 2016

First-time author Eric Haggman received a rave review for his novel, The Apology, by Kirkus Reviews, a trusted voice in the publishing industry for almost 80 years. Identifying the cinematic feel of the novel by highlighting its fast-paced storyline and built up suspense, Kirkus' review further establishes The Apology's path to being turned into a feature film. (more...)

PlayGround Festival to Present Ruben Grijalva's VALUE OVER REPLACEMENT
by BWW News Desk - May 4, 2016

Ruben Grijalva's VALUE OVER REPLACEMENT is an insightful look at America's favorite pastime and the choices players face to stay in the game. (more...)

BWW Review: 13 RUE DE L'AMOUR farces French style at Theatre Southwest
by Brett Cullum - May 31, 2016

This is theater by design rather than organic moments of human emotion. The director has taken her background in dance and created a show that is colorful and choreographed as any ballet or opera would be. (more...)

BWW Recap: Truth and Consequence on THE GOOD WIFE
by Jacqueline Bublitz - May 3, 2016

This doesn't feel like a penultimate episode. Like the penultimate episode. Mind you I'm watching 'Verdict' with a slight fever and a large dose of feeling sorry for myself. And perhaps I'm in denial. Surely this is just any old episode of THE GOOD WIFE. Presenting a ton of moving parts that will take weeks and months to resolve (with some, inexplicably, let go along the way). That's THE GOOD WIFE we know and love, right? (more...)

LiveJapan to Reveal in Live Coverage via Ingkee Whether Obama Will Apologize to Japanese People During Visit to Hiroshima
by BWW News Desk - May 26, 2016


UPDATE - LiveJapan to Reveal in Live Coverage via Ingkee Whether Obama Will Apologize to Japanese People During Visit to Hiroshima
by BWW News Desk - May 26, 2016


BWW Preview: IFC Films' THE MAN WHO KNEW INFINITY, Now Playing in Houston
by Katricia Lang - May 14, 2016

THE MAN WHO KNEW INFINITY, starring internationally adored and acclaimed actor Dev Patel (SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE, 2008) and Tony and Academy Award-winner Jeremy Irons, is now playing in Houston. (more...)

Seattle Rep Employee Speaks Out On Stagehand Using N-Word On The Job
by Michael Dale - May 12, 2016

Initially, none of the actors nor administrative employees were willing to reveal their names when commenting on the incident. (more...)

BWW Recap: Strangers on a Train on SHAMELESS
by Jennifer McHugh - Mar 27, 2016

The theme of tonight's episode is lack of sleep and boy, is it driving everyone crazy. Especially Frank who is off his freaking rocker. Raise your hand if you're legit worried about the finale. I was wondering if this season was going to end with a bang and it is looking like it definitely will. (more...)

BWW Review: THE BRONZE is Gold Medal Material
by Natalie de la Garza - Mar 18, 2016

THE BRONZE is a quirky little film, a dark comedy like BAD SANTA, a sports flick like SLAP SHOT. Hope Ann Greggory is the kind of character you don't see too often - played by a woman, that is. (more...)

BWW Review: WOMADELAIDE 2016: DAY 4 Closed A Wonderful Long Weekend
by Barry Lenny - Mar 17, 2016

The final day of WOMADelaide 2016 started with cooler weather, much to everyone's delight. (more...)

Oscar Winner Sally Field Talks New Stage of Life, Past Loves & More With AARP The Magazine
by Movies News Desk - Mar 16, 2016

In an insightful interview with AARP The Magazine, Field discusses her early days feeling lonely at her first acting jobs and how work eventually became the most gratifying part of her life outside of family. (more...)

BWW Review: SBCC Reveals the Mysteries IN THE NEXT ROOM
by Maggie Yates - Mar 16, 2016

“In The Next Room,” illustrates how the mass availability of technology paves the way for social change. Yet at it's core, Ruhl's play is about the personal details of her characters' private lives and desires; and how the availability of electricity changes their lifestyle—from the physician's office to the living room to the bedroom. (more...)

BWW Review: AN OCTOROON Brings Hilarity and Hard Truths to Woolly Mammoth
by Ellen Burns - Jun 6, 2016

"Out of every eight drops of my blood, seven are red, but one is black." In those words, spoken with despairing Apology in An Octoroon by Zoe, the titular octoroon, the illegitimate daughter of a plantation owner, are revealed the most profound and internalized depths of racism. Like a root vegetable, where the substance of the plant is buried under the ground, it truly visible only when you yank it out to examine what has grown underneath. In this case, what's above ground is a brilliant adaptation by playwright, 2016 Pulitzer finalist (for Gloria), and DC-native Branden Jacobs-Jenkins of an 1859 play by Anglo-Irish Dion Boucicault; a play that caused controversy and sold-out houses in somewhat equal measure when it played at the Winter Garden Theatre in the looming shadow of the Civil War. (more...)

Whitney Dineen Pens Book on Postpartum Depression
by BWW News Desk - Jun 21, 2016

ALBANY, Ore., June 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ Romantic comedy author Whitney Dineen, did not expect the backlash she's getting from her recent release, Mimi Plus Two. Mimi Plus Two, is the second installment in the Mimi Chronicles, which was preceded by The Reinvention of Mimi Finnegan, currently a finalist in the prestigious 2016 RONE Awards. (more...)

by BWW News Desk - Jun 20, 2016

LOS ANGELES, June 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ When Victorine Ngangu discovered that a photographer and one of her friends had forged her signature so that they could sell Ngangu's photographs to a major U.S. company, she was outraged. Without her knowledge and consent, 144 of her photographs were sold. Ngangu was never paid and did not receive an Apology from the photographer, her friend or the company. Those people walked free of charge in the court of law. In 2012, Ngangu filed a case with local police to bring them to justice but received no satisfaction. (more...)

GUYS AND DOLLS, THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL & More Set for Stratford Festival's 2017 Season
by BWW News Desk - Jun 15, 2016

Artistic Director Antoni Cimolino has announced the Stratford Festival's 2017 season, an exploration of identity as Canada marks the 150th anniversary of its birth as a nation. (more...)

Dia de los Muertos Celebrations Coming to Segerstrom Center This Fall
by BWW News Desk - Jul 29, 2016

Segerstrom Center for the Arts will celebrate Mexico's revered Dia de los Muertos with performances by Perla Batalla, La Santa Cecilia, Pacifico Dance and Quetzal on November 2, 2016 in the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall starting at 7:30 p.m. Four performances will take place in a single concert: Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Perla Batalla, LA bands La Santa Cecilia and Quetzal and Pacifico Dance Company. (more...)

Oregon Shakespeare Festival Pens Letter to Community After Racist Incidents
by BWW News Desk - Jul 26, 2016

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival released the following letter to OSF patrons today, July 26, following two racially charged incidents involving company members. Read the statement in full below! (more...)

BWW Review: Door Shakespeare's Fiercely Human JULIUS CAESAR Examines Political Friends and Foes
by Peggy Sue Dunigan - Jul 18, 2016

While William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar dramatically retells history through rich verse, Door Shakespeare at Baileys Harbor's Bjorklunden gives the play a fiercely human touch in this intimate garden setting. Here a serene rose garden might be enjoyed before the show, directly accessible from the bleacher theater seating. While Director and Milwaukee Rep Artistic Associate James Pickering focuses Shakespeare's political tragedy on the personal relationships between Brutus and Caesar, Cassius and Brutus or Brutus and Portia, Marc Anthony weaves between these relationships before laying rest to the murdered dictator in his famous, 'Friends, Romans, Countrymen' oration... In the lush garden on this moonlit stage, the tragic drama acquires a highly intimate and personal interpretation between the litany of interconnections crossing the moral lines between friends and foes, honor and honesty. (more...)

The Tenors Issue Apology for Their Actions at MLB All-Star Game National Anthem Performance
by BWW News Desk - Jul 13, 2016

During The Tenors performance of the Canadian national anthem at the MLB All-Star Game in San Diego, a member of the four-man group switched out the lyrics of the song to "We're all brothers and sisters, all lives matter' while holding up an "All Lives Matter" sign. (more...)

BWW Review: The Chief Stumbles in Capital Fringe's SECRET HONOR
by Benjamin Tomchik - Jul 11, 2016

The problem with Donald Freed and Arnold M. Stone's play is that it barely scratches the surface in exploring an otherwise complicated man. (more...)

Tony & Emmy Winner Lily Tomlin to Be Honored with SAG Lifetime Achievement Award
by TV News Desk - Aug 4, 2016

Lily Tomlin - an entertainment maverick whose talents put her at the pinnacle of comedy, acting, writing and producing - has been named the 53rd recipient of SAG-AFTRA's highest tribute: the SAG Life Achievement Award for career achievement and humanitarian accomplishment. (more...)

SPAMALOT Gallops Onto The PACE Center Stage This Fall
by BWW News Desk - Aug 30, 2016

Spamalot, a new musical lovingly ripped off from the motion picture "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" gallops onto the PACE Center's mainstage September 30th - October 16th. (more...)

Rodney Parker & 50 Peso Reward's New BOMBER HEIGHTS Album Out Next Month
by BWW News Desk - Aug 26, 2016

This fall the Denton, TX-based band Rodney Parker & 50 Peso Reward will be releasing their long awaited follow-up to their last two studio EPs (The Apology: Parts 1 & 2). (more...)

Lauren M. Bloom Releases DANCING AT ANGEL ABBEY
by BWW News Desk - Aug 22, 2016

We live in scary times, but they don't have to scare us. (more...)

Olympian Michael Phelps Breaks Silence on Ryan Lochte's Involvement in Rio Robbery
by TV News Desk - Aug 19, 2016


VIDEO: HAMILTON's Javier Munoz Thanks His Twitter Followers For Their Love and Concern
by Michael Dale - Aug 19, 2016

The actor responds to an outpouring of concern after missing a performance. (more...)

Just In: Olympic Swimmer Ryan Lochte Posts Formal Apology for Behavior in Rio
by TV News Desk - Aug 19, 2016

Ryan Lochte turned to Twitter this morning to formally apologize for the version of events he told Brazilian police and the NBC network in an interview.  (more...)

Sneak Peek: Sammy Hagar & More on Next OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
by TV News Desk - Aug 18, 2016

In this week's all-new episode of the popular series 'Oprah: Where Are They Now?,' celebrity updates include former Van Halen guitarist Sammy Hagar and Olympian Suzy Favor Hamilton (more...)

BWW Review: LIVING ON THE HYPHEN Hits Hard in Downtown Austin, TX
by Amy Bradley - Apr 7, 2016

LIVING ON THE HYPHEN, the creative brain-child of Leng Wong and Anu Naimpally, danced, sang and acted it's way into the prestigious Rollins Theater at The Long Center of the Performing Arts last weekend. This piece of experimental theatre presented hard-hitting questions about our cultural differences and the mysterious 'no man's land' of "Hyphen". Hyphen quite literally means: a punctuation mark - one used especially to divide or to compound words, word elements, or numbers. Director Leng Wong said it best, "Using the vehicle of humor and various performance art forms, I want to illuminate our commonality of being different". This difference more specifically are the words divided by a single hyphen.The opposite of "hyphen-less" or being without hyphen is slightly touched upon, but the biggest element in Wong's and Naimpally's work is the interpretation of how culturally a "hyphen" separates us, divides us and defines us. Following Leng Wong's toothbrush lady through hyphen land, we meet other characters, with or without hyphens telling their story of the experiences their hyphen has bestowed upon them. Faces change, locations change but the overall theme of the characters straddling cultural identities and the weight of their hyphen, leaves the audience wondering how to cope with these realities. Having been written and performed by the ensemble, the storyline presented many questions for the audience regarding each character. While many questions are raised, only a few were actually answered regarding the players and the biggest being left to the audience: "What is my hyphen?". (more...)

by Marietta Lunceford - Apr 3, 2016

When life becomes almost too much to handle, where do you turn? I say, to the theatre! And SONS OF THE PROPHET written by Stephen Karam at Birmingham Festival Theatre shows us that humor can get us through the pain. SONS OF THE PROPHET has a warning on its poster- 'This show may cause various emotional responses such as laughter, enthusiasm and deep thought.' I certainly experienced all of that and more. I would strongly suggest that you call 205-933-2383 or go to for ticket information. SONS OF THE PROPHET runs through April 16 so you have time to see this super funny, meaningful play. (more...)

VIDEO: Why Was Carly Fiorina Singing An Irving Berlin Song? James Corden Explains!
by TV News Desk - Apr 29, 2016

On last night's LATE LATE SHOW, after examining Ted Cruz's decision to pick Carly Fiorina as a running mate, and her subsequent song, James shows a clip of a man singing an Apology during his trial. (more...)

Tarragon Announces RBC Emerging Playwright's Prize Nominees
by BWW News Desk - Apr 21, 2016

Tarragon Theatre has announced the six Canadian playwrights nominated for the RBC Tarragon Emerging Playwright Prize, one of Canada's most prestigious prizes for new artists. The prize has a value of $8000 and includes a year's worth of dramaturgical support from Tarragon Theatre, as well as a public reading during the theatre's annual Play Reading Week. The winner will be announced in May, 2016. (more...)

Five Fun Facts About The Pulitzer Prize For Drama
by Michael Dale - Apr 18, 2016

The Pulitzer Prize For Drama was first awarded in 1918, because they didn't consider any play to be worthy in 1917. (more...)

Motivational Press to Publish 'A Cheerleaders Guide to Owning Your Truth, Achieving Your Dreams and Landing a Fulfilling Life as a Modern Parent'
by BWW News Desk - Apr 18, 2016

Motivational Press today announced an agreement to publish 'Loud and Proud: A cheerleaders guide to owning your truth, achieving your dreams and landing a fulfilling life as a modern parent' written by Ally Loprete, which offers readers the ability to tap into their highest human potential with strategies to awaken their inner spirit and enthusiasm for life, be in celebration of themselves regardless of defeat, and discover their ability to reach personal achievement. ??Cheerleading is more than just rooting for the home team against the big bad rivals. It's a powerful metaphor for the kind of positive energy that creates miraculous and unexpected wins, lifts up one's spirits during times of struggle and doubt and the unwavering encouragement that keeps us ready to play and in the game no matter what the circumstance. ??Ally Loprete's Loud and Proud shares deeply personal experiences and insight that are meaningful, relatable and easily applicable for anyone (especially parents) to create positive change, live life without Apology, and create an authentic environment for themselves and their families. For release in Fall 2016. Loud and Proud shares with readers an uplifting tale of one woman's path to inner spirit and exhilaration. As a young girl, Ally Loprete had dreams of fitting in, having a powerful voice and making a positive difference in the world. She believed in the unprecedented capacity for human potential and the unappreciated genius of those who lacked a megaphone or a spotlight. In high school, her conquest to be 'popular' landed her a cheerleader's uniform, the vexing societal pressure to perform and behave in a certain way, and the ability to create authentic inspiration for the underdog. Twenty years later, she is still lifting others up, uniting the crowd in harmonious optimism, and destroying barriers that threaten the pursuit of excellence. ??Loud and Proud is an honorable and brutally visible chronicle of a former cheerleader and current mom's perspective written in a language that will especially resonate with today's modern parent unleashing the true grit of what it takes to reach ones highest potential and as well as the top of the pyramid. ??Whether stuck in a circumstance, blocked from introspection or seeking deeper purpose, the author's truth is a call for inspired action and reverence of personal triumph. ??It's a permission slip to courageously celebrate all of life's journeys, rebel against societal expectations, and discover the unabashed self truth that will lead to powerful personal transformations and spiritual enlightenment. ? Motivational Press is excited to work with Ally Loprete. With lively encouragement, Ally examines how to: • Awaken your very own personal cheerleader, capitalize on your inner resilience and enthusiasm, and lift your own spirits during times of struggle or uncertainty. • Tap into your highest potential and achieve mind-blowing abundance, personal transformations and spiritual enlightenment. • Move past limiting beliefs and break down unnecessary barriers to reveal your unrealized human potential. • Discover the most effective way to problem solve, make tough decisions without hesitation, and rid yourself of doubt once and for all. • Create a positive and enthusiastic environment for yourself and your children to flourish, regardless of any circumstance. About The Author: Self-made mom entrepreneur and parent enthusiast, Ally Loprete is nationally recognized as a vibrant and dynamic public speaker, radio personality and television host. She is the founder of, a nationwide online business directory of self-employed parents, the host of iHeart Radio's THIS LITTLE PARENT STAYED HOME where 6 million listeners tune in for resources and support, and the cohost of WAKE UP TV, a nationally televised broadcast for the new mainstream. In addition to inspiring a movement of work-at-home moms and dads who support each other with their own purchasing power, Ally has created an abundance of opportunity for parents who are seeking alternatives to expensive daycare and long hours away from home. Ally lives with her husband and their two sons in the northern suburbs of Los Angeles, in a home filled with lots of laughter. For more information, visit and About Motivational Press: Motivational Press is a global leader in the field of general interest publishing, dedicated to providing the best in nonfiction for consumers of all ages, across all printed, electronic, and audio formats. Motivational Press is a broad-based publisher with strengths in business books, self-help books, health, wellness, sports, narrative nonfiction, reference, pop culture, design, and religious and spiritual books. Motivational Press is consistently at the forefront of innovation, using digital technology to create unique reading experiences and expand the reach of its authors. Its divisions include Motivational Press Adult Publishing, Motivational Press Children's Publishing, Motivational Press Audio, Motivational Press Digital and international companies in Australia, Canada, Germany, Brazil and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit (more...)

Offstage Drama Divides Community Over Annual Alabama Production of TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
by Michael Dale - Apr 18, 2016

An annual production to raise funds for a local museum now benefits a non-profit set up by Harper Lee. (more...)

Fitness Expert Launches New Book BLAINE BLOWS HIS TOP
by BWW News Desk - Apr 13, 2016

Everyone knows the feeling of a frustrating day, when little things that otherwise might have been ignored lead to anger. Gym owner Blaine starts to be in a bad mood even before leaving for work, when his dog takes too long to get into the truck to leave. At the gym, someone has left trash by the door, a confident client insults another client, and another client tries to ignore her appointment. Things continue to go downhill when yet another client questions Blaine's nutritional advice, and finally he's had enough - he blows his top. He yells at the client until his anger subsides, and he realizes he owes an Apology to her for his outburst. He realizes that holding everything in doesn't work, and he should share his feelings no matter what they might be. Vivid cartoonlike illustrations by Jamie Woodward help tell the story. 'Blaine Blows His Top' is the first in a series of children's book titled Hodge Podge, which focus on figurative language and social skills. The goal of the series is to help educate children of all ages, especially those with special needs such as autism, learning disabilities, language deficits and those learning English as a second language. Each book will cover a specific phrase but will also include details about other phrases and words. For details about the series, visit Bethany Vigilante is a photographer and speech-language pathologist who works with adults and children. She is passionate about teaching figurative language. She was raised in Silver Valley, N.C. Blaine Vigilante, who grew up in Rochester, N.Y., owns a gym and is a strength and conditioning coach. The couple lives in Greensboro, N.C., and has two dogs. Illustrator Jamie Woodward, who grew up in rural Maine, has a degree in illustration from the Ringling College of Art & Design. This is her first illustrated children's book. To see more of her artwork, visit For additional information, please visit Blaine Blows His Top Blaine and Bethany Vigilante Dog Ear Publishing ISBN: 978-1-4575-3633-5 38 pages $9.99 US Available at Ingram,, Barnes & Noble and fine bookstores everywhere. About Dog Ear Publishing, LLC Dog Ear Publishing offers completely customized self-publishing services for independent authors. We provide cost-effective, fast, and highly profitable services to publish and distribute independently published books. 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 and from our offices in Indianapolis. Dog Ear Publishing - self-publishing that actually makes sense. (more...)

20th Annual Playground Play Festival to Run 6/2-7/10
by BWW News Desk - Apr 1, 2016

It's back again and celebrating its 20th Anniversary! According to anniversary gurus, it's the Platinum Anniversary, meaning the PlayGround Festival "has stood the test of time, just like the rare and precious metal." (more...)

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