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At the Drop of a Hat is a musical revue by Flanders and Swann, described by them as "an after-dinner farrago". In the show, they both sang on a nearly bare stage, accompanied by Swann on the piano. The songs were linked by contemporary social commentary, mostly by Flanders. After a long London run the show played in the US, Switzerland, and on tour in Britain.

Made in IBM Labs: Scientists Turn Data into Disease Detective to Predict Dengue Fever and Malaria Outbreaks
by BWW News Desk - Sep 30, 2013

SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ Scientists from IBM (NYSE: IBM) are collaborating with Johns Hopkins University and University of California, San Francisco to combat illness and infectious diseases in real-time with smarter data tools for public health. The focus is to help contain global outbreaks of dengue fever and malaria by applying the latest analytic models, computing technology and mathematical skills on an open-source framework. (more...)

BWW Reviews: York Little Theatre THE LITTLE MERMAID JR Is An Undersea Spectacular
by Marakay Rogers - Sep 25, 2013

Rene Staub takes a starry youth cast through an undersea fantasy world full of fun for children and adults (more...)

BWW Reviews: LUCKY STIFF Will Make You Glad You're Alive
by Patrick Brassell - Sep 24, 2013

Lucky Stiff is an early project by composer Stephen Flaherty and lyricist/librettist Lynn Ahrens, who went on to create Once on This Island, Ragtime, and the underrated A Man of No Importance. It's an odd mating of one of those twee English comedies that always seemed to feature Alec Guinness and a dorky 1980s comedy, specifically Weekend at Bernie's. (more...)

Elaine Stritch Would 'Do a Play at the Drop of a Hat'; Considering Albee's THREE TALL WOMEN?
by BWW News Desk - Sep 20, 2013

The New York Times reports that Broadway legend Elaine Stritch is itching to get back onstage and that she is 'both intrigued and intimidated by the idea of appearing in a potential revival of Edward Albee's 'Three Tall Women,' which Mr. Albee himself has suggested.' (more...)

BWW Reviews: NCTC's THE WALWORTH FARCE Manages Hilarious Mixed with Terrifying
by Jay Irwin - Oct 7, 2013

New Century Theatre Company's track record for putting on stunning shows remains brilliantly intact as they present another absolute winner with Enda Walsh's "The Walworth Farce". It's actually getting a little scary how they keep consistently putting up the goods show after show. It's almost like they've discovered some theatrical genie or wishing stone that magically turns their shows into gold. Or it could be that they just have the cream of the crop of Seattle theatrical talent on their team who not only know how to pick the slightly obscure shows but also how to produce and perform them. And "The Walworth Farce" is no exception as this four member cast goes from the raucously funny to the sublimely terrifying At the Drop of a Hat and takes you on a ride you won't soon forget. (more...)

SOUND OFF: Halloween 2011: Theatre Of The Damned
by Pat Cerasaro - Oct 31, 2011

Since the spookiest and scariest of seasons is aggressively upon us, now is the perfect time to take a look at some selected clips from the most theatrical and horrifying of Halloween treats available to view on YouTube and beyond - especially these six specially-chosen, seriously spooktacular entities! While SILENCE OF THE LAMBS has recently given birth to some new mutton in the form of the Off-Broadway camp spoof musical SILENCE! starring Brent Barrett, there are some surprisingly effective and engrossing horror-themed musicals on our list, as well - REEFER MADNESS: THE MOVIE MUSICAL and THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW included - but, also, some theatrically-themed flights of fearsome fancy - such as Dario Argento's OPERA and Darren Aronofsky's BLACK SWAN. Also, we have a historic classic helmed by the director of two of the most beloved movie musicals of all time - WEST SIDE STORY and THE SOUND OF MUSIC - Robert Wise and his original black and white horror-fest, THE HAUNTING - and a look at a modern-day master from the other side of the planet, Japan's Takashi Miike and his banned-from-American-broadcast IMPRINT. Julie Harris to Kristen Bell, Tim Curry to Alan Cumming, Ana Gasteyer to Natalie Portman - this Halloween countdown is definitely one that is all treats and no tricks! Well, maybe just one… (more...)

IFC Premieres 'Dead Set' 5-Part Apocalyptic Gore Fest 10/25
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2010

Flesh eating zombies have taken over Britain and are multiplying as quickly as they kill. Survivors must rapidly find ways to endure in a world that offers little refuge. Cocooned in the safety of their 'Big Brother' house, fame-seeking contestants of this hit reality TV game show are safe and blissfully unaware-until 'eviction night,' when all hell breaks loose. (more...)

A Conversation with Writer/Composer: Rupert Holmes
by Roundabout Theatre Company - Oct 17, 2012

Ted Sod, Education Dramaturg, interviewed Rupert Holmes to talk to him about his work on The Mystery of Edwin Drood. (more...)

BWW Reviews: PETER AND THE STARCATCHER is a Wild Ride Worth Taking
by David Clarke - Oct 16, 2013

As the British Empire was approaching it's zenith, J. M. Barrie struck a long-lasting cultural nerve with his character of Peter Pan. The imaginative boy first appeared in the 1902 novel The Little White Bird. In 1904, the character's most beloved adventure premiered as a play entitled THE BOY WHO WOULDN'T GROW UP. 111 years later audiences are still fascinated by the character. Currently, in Houston, the highly lauded and award garnering PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, a prequel to the Peter Pan story we all know, is sending Houston audiences on fanciful flights of whimsy. (more...)

KPC Lineup Range from Jazz Music to Ninja Acrobatics in the Untraditional Holiday
by BWW News Desk - Nov 8, 2012

Kirkland Performance Center's popular Old-Time Holiday Show returns with four performances December 14 through 16 for families seeking traditional holiday entertainment; remaining performances in the post-Thanksgiving KPC line-up fall in the very UN-traditional category. Shows featuring jazz, soul, indie, folk, comedy and even ninja acrobatics keep holiday audiences entertained from Thanksgiving to Christmas. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Fort Bend Theatre's JEKYLL & HYDE Thrills and Chills
by David Clarke - Nov 5, 2013

Robert Louis Stevenson's novel The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde has long enthralled readers. The exploration of man's internal struggle to suppress his base animal instincts in favor of society's expected propriety in addition to the examination of good and evil simply fascinates audiences. Similarly, JEKYLL & HYDE, a musical adaptation of the novel by Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse, has been appealing to audiences since its 1990 Houston World Premiere. Currently, Fort Bend Theatre is producing the musical with dazzling pizzazz despite their shoestring budget and the limitations of community theatre. (more...)

Oxygen Announces Cast of BAD GIRLS CLUB Season 10, Premiering 1/15
by TV News Desk - Nov 5, 2012

Oxygen's fan favorite original series BAD GIRLS CLUB returns for season 10 in Atlanta on a new night and time beginning on Tuesday, January 15 at 8 PM ET/PT. T (more...)

The Farmington Players Host Auditions For Whose Wives Are They Anyway
by BWW News Desk - Nov 21, 2011

The Farmington Players are holding open auditions for the comedy by Michael Parker: Whose Wives Are They Anyway? (more...)

Oxygen Premieres BAD GIRLS ALL STAR BATTLE Tonight
by TV News Desk - May 21, 2013

Oxygen Media reveals 14 of the most memorable girls in 'Bad Girls Club' history, all squaring off in a series of outrageous physical and brain teasing challenges on 'BAD GIRLS ALL STAR BATTLE, beginning tonight, May 21 at 9PM ET/PT with a supersized 90-minute premiere. (more...)

BWW Review: Modern Adaptation of THE SCARLET LETTER at Oyster Mill
by Marakay Rogers - Mar 9, 2013

Director Joyce O'Donnell steps out of retirement to present Nathaniel Hawthorne's classic, reinterpreted by Phyllis Nagy (more...)

THE GIFTED SERIES Extends Through 4/4
by BWW News Desk - Mar 7, 2014

Good Works Productions & Fig Tree Productions in association with Stage Left Studio announce The Gifted Series extends to April 4th, 2014 and offers a special discount to celebrate the critical success of these two riveting and unique solo-shows by Monica Bauer. The Gifted Series includes The Year I Was Gifted, performed by Monica Bauer and directed by Carolyn Ladd; and Made For Each Other, performed by John Fico and directed by John FitzGibbon. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Will Butler, On Becoming Eugene Morris Jerome in Circle Players' BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS
by BWW News Desk - Mar 18, 2012

Will Butler is pretty jazzed up about playing Eugene Morris Jerome in Circle Players' upcoming production of Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs which might be due, in part, to the fact that he's pretty certain he's got all the lines down pat. But the real reason he's excited is that Brighton Beach marks his return-it's kind of a comeback for the young actor-to the Nashville stage since his "senior capstone project" at Belmont University in 2010. (more...)

BWW Reviews: IRON CURTAIN at Village Theatre
by Jay Irwin - Mar 18, 2011

Village Theatre is currently asking the very unlikely question, "What happens when two American songwriters get kidnapped by cold war era KGB agents to write the quintessential Russian musical?" The answer is, "You get "Iron Curtain", the latest show to get a main stage production out of the Village Originals Festival, which amounts to two and a half hours of absolute bliss!" (more...)

BWW Reviews: The Rep's Sizzling Production of VENUS IN FUR
by Chris Gibson - Mar 14, 2013

VENUS IN FUR is currently being presented in the Studio Theatre by the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, and it's an erotically-charged, sizzling presentation that's powered by incisive direction and exceptional performances. I can't speak highly enough of this smoldering tale. It unfolds with a myriad of twists and turns that serve to heighten the dramatic tension considerably. I can only say that this is an effort that demands to be seen, and I recommend it wholeheartedly. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Will Butler, On Becoming Eugene Morris Jerome in Circle Players' BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS
by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2012

Will Butler is pretty jazzed up about playing Eugene Morris Jerome in Circle Players' upcoming production of Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs which might be due, in part, to the fact that he's pretty certain he's got all the lines down pat. But the real reason he's excited is that Brighton Beach marks his return-it's kind of a comeback for the young actor-to the Nashville stage since his "senior capstone project" at Belmont University in 2010. (more...)

NoHo Announce HAZEL THE MUSICAL & INSIDE OUT Excerpts for June 12-13
by BWW News Desk - Jun 6, 2012

NoHo Arts Center will present 'A TRULY EXCERPTIONAL EVENING!: Excerpts from two musicals - one brand new, one ever-new' on Tuesday, June 12 and Wednesday, June 13, 2012 - 7:30 pm. (more...)

THE BWW:UK Q&A: Cassidy Janson of LEND ME A TENOR: THE MUSICAL!
by Carrie Dunn - Jun 3, 2011

You know her best from Avenue Q and Wicked, but what do you really know about CJ? (more...)

BWW Reviews: NonProphet Theatre Co.'s Excellent Production of DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA
by Harrison Kaplan - Jun 29, 2011

DANNY AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA is an early piece by playwright John Patrick Shanley, but you wouldn't know it, since it's filled with the same kind of crackling dialogue and troubled characters that populate most of his work. I was reminded more than once of Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler's classic composition 'Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea', not just because of the obvious similarities between the titles, but due to Koehler's lyrics like: 'I don't want you/but I hate to lose you' and 'I want to cross you off my list/but when you come knocking at my door/fate seems to give my heart a twist/and I come running back for more'. Those words really seem to fit this pair of damaged individuals who are searching for something positive in their lives, despite their inability to connect with anyone, at least until they meet up with one another. The NonProphet Theatre Company's presentation is a real stunner, powered by two great performances that make it must-see viewing. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Megan Hilty Kicks Off ZACH Theatre's Top Concerts Series
by Jeff Davis - Jun 22, 2013

Megan Hilty took the stage at the ZACH's Topfer Theatre in Austin on Tuesday, June 18th in the first of many one night only concerts featuring Broadway stars, and the blonde bombshell kicked off the series with a smash. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Clever and Funny Dialog in Book-It's FINANCIAL LIVES OF THE POETS
by Jay Irwin - Jun 13, 2013

Displaying an all too familiar circumstance Book-It Repertory Theatre is currently presenting their production of Jess Walter's book, 'The Financial Lives of the Poets', in which our hero must survive the pressures of our crumbling economy any way he can. And while the base story may not be the freshest, what it does have going for it is crisp, engaging and very funny dialog infused in a very clever story structure with a relatable protagonist at its core which amounts for a thoroughly enjoyable show. (more...)

NoHo Presents HAZEL THE MUSICAL & INSIDE OUT Excerpts, June 12-13
by BWW News Desk - Jun 12, 2012

NoHo Arts Center will present 'A TRULY EXCERPTIONAL EVENING!: Excerpts from two musicals - one brand new, one ever-new' tonight, June 12 and Wednesday, June 13, 2012 - 7:30 pm. (more...)

NoHo Announce HAZEL THE MUSICAL & INSIDE OUT Excerpts for June 12-13
by BWW News Desk - Jun 12, 2012

NoHo Arts Center will present 'A TRULY EXCERPTIONAL EVENING!: Excerpts from two musicals - one brand new, one ever-new' on Tuesday, June 12 and Wednesday, June 13, 2012 - 7:30 pm. (more...)

BWW Reviews: BOEING BOEING Takes Off At Totem Pole Playhouse
by Marakay Rogers - Jul 27, 2013

The Marc Camoletti classic is back on stage at Totem Pole, and fifty years makes it no less funny (more...)

BWW Reviews: Keeping Cool with Orlando Shakes' SLEEPING BEAUTY
by Kimberly Moy - Jul 11, 2013

What better way to beat the heat and have fun with the kids than seeing Orlando Shakespeare's SLEEPING BEAUTY. Based on the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale, Brandon Robert's version of SLEEPING BEAUTY adds a modern twist that keeps the story fresh. It's short enough to keep the young audience's attention at 45-minutes, yet the dialog is sharp enough to entertain the adults too. (more...)

BWW Reviews: A BEHANDING IN SPOKANE at Theater Schmeater Shines With Dark Intensity
by Jay Irwin - Jan 27, 2013

I love a good dark comedy. There's just nothing more fun than laughing at things you really shouldn't. This is probably why I like the plays (and films) of Martin McDonagh so much. Not just that they deal with people with nefarious pasts doing dark dealings but that he always puts a kind of ridiculous surreal twist on those dealings. And his latest play, "A Behanding in Spokane" currently playing at Theater Schmeater, is no exception. And thankfully the folks at the Schmea have taken it and infused their production with the perfect amounts of stirring intensity and vicious hilarity to amount to a killer evening of theater. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Society for the Performing Arts' FORBIDDEN BROADWAY Has Plenty of Bite
by David Clarke - Jan 26, 2014

One of my favorite memories from my last visit to New York City was seeing FORBIDDEN BROADWAY: ALIVE AND KICKING during previews at the 47th Street Theatre. As a fan of theatre and everything Broadway for a majority of my life, I relished the opportunity to be in attendance for a performance of the cherished Off-Broadway revue that equally skewers everyone and everything on Broadway. Fresh from its first ever engagement in Houston, I'm happy to report that FORBIDDEN BROADWAY is still alive, well, and kicking with everything it has got. (more...)

Oxygen's BAD GIRLS CLUB Season 10 Premieres Today
by TV News Desk - Jan 15, 2013

Oxygen's fan favorite original series BAD GIRLS CLUB returns for season 10 in Atlanta on a new night and time beginning tonight, January 15 at 8 PM ET/PT. (more...)

COUGAR TOWN Preview: January 12 on ABC
by BWW News Desk - Jan 12, 2011

'A Thing About You' - While the guys argue that men are loyal friends and women will abandon their pals At the Drop of a Hat, one thing is certain -- everyone has each other's backs in the cul-de-sac crew, on ABC's 'Cougar Town,' WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12 (9:31-10:00 p.m., ET). Although Laurie may be the worst houseguest ever, Jules is there for her when she needs a place to stay; Laurie helps Jules to realize she doesn't need to change for others; and when Bobby is jealous that Travis has gone to Grayson for advice, Grayson comes through for his buddy. (more...)

BWW Reviews: ROCK OF AGES at the Paramount
by Jay Irwin - Feb 9, 2011

Big hair and dreams have come to the Paramount. No, it's not "Hairspray" or even "Hair" (since we just had that one). No, fast forward about 20 years from that one and you have the 80's rock musical "Rock of Ages". And while no one could accuse the show of being deep or important, it's certainly loud, goofy and fun! (more...)

BWW Exclusive: On the Set of SMASH - Jeremy Jordan on Being the New Bad Boy, His Transition to TV & More; Plus New Photos!
by BWW News Desk - Feb 5, 2013

BroadwayWorld's own Richard Ridge was invited to the SMASH set where he got to chat with Jeremy Jordan about the upcoming season. Check out what he had to say about joining the cast as the new bad boy character, balancing SMASH with NEWSIES and more, below! (more...)

BWW Reviews: Keegan Does Justice to Kander and Ebb's CABARET
by Jennifer Perry - Feb 3, 2013

Even though 'Cabaret' is of the 'tried and true' variety of musical theatre and could have, therefore, resulted in yet another ho-hum production, Keegan's intimate setting, attention to detail, and mostly strong casting among the leads make this production ultimately memorable and, at times, even a bit daring. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Will Butler, On Becoming Eugene Morris Jerome in Circle Players' BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS
by Jeffrey Ellis - Feb 21, 2012

Will Butler is pretty jazzed up about playing Eugene Morris Jerome in Circle Players' upcoming production of Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs which might be due, in part, to the fact that he's pretty certain he's got all the lines down pat. But the real reason he's excited is that Brighton Beach marks his return-it's kind of a comeback for the young actor-to the Nashville stage since his "senior capstone project" at Belmont University in 2010. (more...)

BWW Reviews: The Skivvies Bring Comedy to Valentine's Day Live at City Theatre
by Greg Kerestan - Feb 20, 2014

Nothing says love and chocolate like live music, striptease and... PVC pipe? It can only be The Skivvies. (more...)

STAGE TUBE: Sneak Peek - Nat Faxon Guest Stars on NBC's ARE YOU THERE CHELSEA? 2/15
by BWW News Desk - Feb 15, 2012

On the February 15th episode of the NBC comedy ARE YOU THERE CHELSEA? entitled 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Crying', actor Nat Faxon guest stars. (more...)

STAGE TUBE: Sneak Peek - Nat Faxon Guest Stars on NBC's ARE YOU THERE CHELSEA? 2/15
by TV News Desk - Feb 13, 2012

On the February 15th episode of the NBC comedy ARE YOU THERE CHELSEA? entitled 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Crying', actor Nat Faxon guest stars. (more...)

BWW Reviews: ROCK OF AGES at the Paramount
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2011

Big hair and dreams have come to the Paramount. No, it's not "Hairspray" or even "Hair" (since we just had that one). No, fast forward about 20 years from that one and you have the 80's rock musical "Rock of Ages". And while no one could accuse the show of being deep or important, it's certainly loud, goofy and fun! (more...)

BWW Reviews: Tony Winner VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE is a Revelation at the Taper
by Don Grigware - Feb 11, 2014

Christopher Durang loves to take a somewhat placid environment and turn it upside down, inside out. What doesn't happen matters just has much if not more than what does and the characters let out their feelings at the slightest provocation. Sound like it's right out of Anton Chekhov? When Sonia gives coffee to her brother Vanya and he seems displeased with it, she takes the cup away from him in anger and throws it against the wall. It's not the coffee comment that has upset her, it's the way she feels inside, at the overall way her brother neglects her, takes her kindness for granted. She's sad and is not afraid to tell him so. Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike, now onstage at the Mark Taper Forum and last year's Tony winner for Best Play, is one hilarious ride from moment to moment with wonderfully surprising twists and an eclectic mix of characters that would make any world dysfunctional. Dysfunctional is the new normal, and that's what makes Durang's work shine. Akin to drama queens, misery forms their best company. It's as if everyone were totally smashed...they say and do what they feel; they're so brutally honest, you can't stop laughing. (more...)

The Farmington Players Host Auditions For Whose Wives Are They Anyway
by BWW News Desk - Dec 5, 2011

The Farmington Players are holding open auditions for the comedy by Michael Parker: Whose Wives Are They Anyway? (more...)

COUGAR TOWN Preview: January 12 on ABC
by TV News Desk - Dec 28, 2010

'A Thing About You' - While the guys argue that men are loyal friends and women will abandon their pals At the Drop of a Hat, one thing is certain -- everyone has each other's backs in the cul-de-sac crew, on ABC's 'Cougar Town,' WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12 (9:31-10:00 p.m., ET). Although Laurie may be the worst houseguest ever, Jules is there for her when she needs a place to stay; Laurie helps Jules to realize she doesn't need to change for others; and when Bobby is jealous that Travis has gone to Grayson for advice, Grayson comes through for his buddy. (more...)

BWW Reviews: A TUNA CHRISTMAS at ArtsWest
by Jay Irwin - Dec 16, 2010

Those wacky residents from Tuna, TX are back to spread a little holiday cheer as ArtsWest presents "A Tuna Christmas". And while the show had moments of absolute hilarity, it was really only half a good show. (more...)

BWW Reviews: EPAC Ushers in Holiday 'Tradition' With FIDDLER ON THE ROOF
by Marakay Rogers - Dec 12, 2013

Artistic Director Ed Fernandez takes the stage as Tevye in the Harmon and Bock classic (more...)

BWW EXCLUSIVE: Patina Miller Talks SISTER ACT & More!
by Pat Cerasaro - Apr 30, 2011

Reviews likes hers last week usually only come once in a lifetime and there is no question whatsoever that the brightest new star on Broadway is none other than SISTER ACT's own Patina Miller. She is a superstar of the highest order singing one of the strongest scores on Broadway in years - from the gifted, gilded pen of six-time Oscar-winner Alan Menken. In this extensive, exclusive conversation we discuss her long history with the role, her recent performance in the Encores! staging of Weill's LOST IN THE STARS, as well as her work with Henry Krieger on both his recent musical ROMANTIC POETRY and being a runner-up on the DREAMGIRLS movie when the role of Effie White went to Jennifer Hudson. Additionally, we discuss HAIR, working with Sondheim on BEING ALIVE, her own favorite recent shows, her close friendship with fellow West End/Broadway criss-crosser Jonathan Groff, her soap stint on ALL MY CHILDREN, what her solo album would sound like, and much, much more! (more...)

BWW Reviews: Black Rep's Excellent Production of MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM
by Chris Gibson - Apr 25, 2012

Revisiting a popular play in the ten work "Pittsburgh Cycle" from August Wilson, the Black Rep has put forth a superior effort. MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM is especially interesting to me as a musician since the focus is really on the interplay that goes on between Ma Rainey's band as they banter about various aspects of life and the music business, all while waiting for Ma to show up, or trying not to incur her wrath when she does. A terrific cast makes for an enjoyable, if tragic, ride that's well worth your time and attention. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre's THE MUSIC MAN - Fast-Paced Hilarity
by Elizabeth J Musgrave - Apr 18, 2012

With devil-may-care good looks and obvious merriment at being such a scoundrel, Clark is pure joy to watch ... while conning the entire town. (more...)

Oxygen to Premiere BAD GIRLS ALL STAR BATTLE, 5/21
by TV News Desk - Apr 15, 2013

Oxygen Media reveals 14 of the most memorable girls in 'Bad Girls Club' history, all squaring off in a series of outrageous physical and brain teasing challenges on 'BAD GIRLS ALL STAR BATTLE, beginning Tuesday, May 21 at 9PM ET/PT with a supersized 90-minute premiere. (more...)

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