BWW Blog: A BALANCING ACT By MFF's Bernie MulvaneyBWW Blog: A BALANCING ACT By MFF's Bernie Mulvaney
by Mark Fisher Fitness - Nov 24, 2014

One of the most common things I hear from clients is a feeling of wanting more balance in their lives. But how do we measure balance? (more...)

BWW Reviews: There's No There At END OF THE RAINBOWBWW Reviews: There's No There At END OF THE RAINBOW
by Herbert Paine - May 3, 2015

The all-out smashing performance of Jeannie Shubitz makes every moment of Phoenix Theatre's staging of END OF THE RAINBOW worth watching. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  IF ALL THE SKY WERE PAPER Provides Emotionally Stirring Theatrical ExperienceBWW Reviews: IF ALL THE SKY WERE PAPER Provides Emotionally Stirring Theatrical Experience
by Jennifer Perry - May 23, 2015

Historian Andrew Carroll's endeavor to turn his best-selling collections of wartime letters into a theatrical piece proves to be a most satisfying theatrical experience for audiences. (more...)

Ensemble ACJW to Perform at SubCulture, 6/12Ensemble ACJW to Perform at SubCulture, 6/12
by BWW News Desk - May 19, 2015

 Ensemble ACJW, an inspirational collective of young professional musicians, performs a program of classical and contemporary works at the Greenwich Village club SubCulture on Friday, June 12 at 7:30 p.m. The program entitled "Balancing Act" includes music by Jennifer Higdon, Dvo?ak, Barber, Piazzolla, Webern, Poulenc, and David Lang - works that typify writing for winds, strings, and a delicate balance of those forces combined, and exemplify the collaborative elements inherent in Ensemble ACJW. The concert is their last performance of the season. (more...)

Interview with Playwright: Joshua HarmonInterview with Playwright: Joshua Harmon
by Roundabout Theatre Company - May 14, 2015

TED SOD: Will you give us some background information on yourself: Where are you from? Where were you educated? When did you decide to become a playwright and why? (more...)

Nancy E. Carroll to Lead SpeakEasy Stage's New England Premiere of MOTHERS & SONS, Running 5/8-6/6Nancy E. Carroll to Lead SpeakEasy Stage's New England Premiere of MOTHERS & SONS, Running 5/8-6/6
by BWW News Desk - May 1, 2015

From May 8 to June 6, 2015, SpeakEasy Stage Company will present the New England Premiere of MOTHERS & SONS, a timely and touching new play about love, loss, and family, written by Terrence McNally.   (more...)

CIOs Lead Collaborative Team in Growing Big Data & Analytics Initiatives CIOs Lead Collaborative Team in Growing Big Data & Analytics Initiatives
by BWW News Desk - Mar 9, 2015

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2015 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL Announces Short Film Selections2015 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL Announces Short Film Selections
by Movies News Desk - Mar 6, 2015

The 2015 Tribeca Film Festival (TFF), presented by AT&T, today announced its lineup of 60 short films, 40 of which are world premieres. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Everything's Coming Up Roses at GYPSYBWW Reviews: Everything's Coming Up Roses at GYPSY
by Jeff Davis - Mar 5, 2015

Ask any musical theater junkie what's the best musical of all time, and any worth their spit will answer with one word: Gypsy. The iconic show is highly regarded to this day with good reason. The score's infectious, the sets and costumes eye-catching, and the characters, particularly that of Mama Rose, are on par with those found in plays by Arthur Miller or Tennessee Williams. Gypsy isn't just musical theater. It's a great American Drama, and all that the show can and should be comes to vivid life in The Playhouse's current production. (more...)

BWW Review: PIPPIN - A Kaleidoscope!BWW Review: PIPPIN - A Kaleidoscope!
by Christine Swerczek - Mar 5, 2015

Pippin brings the circus to Omaha in a kaleidoscope of color. (more...)

Folk Music Icon Arlo Guthrie Returns to Walt Disney Concert Hall to Celebrate 50th Anniversary of ALICE'S RESTAURANTFolk Music Icon Arlo Guthrie Returns to Walt Disney Concert Hall to Celebrate 50th Anniversary of ALICE'S RESTAURANT
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2015

Legendary folk music icon Arlo Guthrie returns to Walt Disney Concert Hall on Monday, April 6, 2015, at 8:00 PM as part of the LA Phil's Songbook series to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the event that inspired his seminal song, 'Alice's Restaurant Massacree.” The 18-minute anthem, which originated from Guthrie's experience on Thanksgiving in 1965, will be performed in its entirety, as well as selections from every full-length studio album Guthrie has released since the debut of Alice's Restaurant in 1967. (more...)

Photo: First Look - Kathie Lee Gifford Guests on NBC's MYSTERIES OF LAURAPhoto: First Look - Kathie Lee Gifford Guests on NBC's MYSTERIES OF LAURA
by TV News Desk - Mar 19, 2015

'Today' show host Kathie Lee Gifford drops by the set of 'The Mysteries of Laura' to guest star as a psychiatrist that teams up with the detectives for 'The Mystery of the Sunken Sailor.' (more...)

The Canadian Opera Company Makes Headlines in New York for Its Production of SEMELEThe Canadian Opera Company Makes Headlines in New York for Its Production of SEMELE
by BWW News Desk - Mar 11, 2015

The Canadian Opera Company is making headlines in New York on the occasion of its recent tour to the world-renowned Brooklyn Academy of Music. The COC's theatrically transcendent production of Handel'sSemele, created by famed Chinese visual and performance artist Zhang Huan, was previewed in the early days of its New York residency by the Toronto Star as “looking like an opera we can be proud that Toronto brought to the Big Apple.” It went on to open on March 4 to popular and critical acclaim withSuperconductor lauding the occasion as “a chance for this city to hear this excellent Toronto-based company in a rare American visit.” (more...)

Evelyn Krape's MORE FEMALE PARTS Set for Arts Centre MelbourneEvelyn Krape's MORE FEMALE PARTS Set for Arts Centre Melbourne
by BWW News Desk - Jun 3, 2015

Acclaimed Melbourne theatre performer Evelyn Krape will celebrate women of all ages in her new one-woman show More Female Parts at Arts Centre Melbourne's Fairfax Studio from 30 June - 4 July. (more...)

Exclusive Photos: PARLOR NIGHT Debuts in Manhattan with Michael McElroy, The Broadway Inspirational Voices and Plenty of Broadway Royalty!Exclusive Photos: PARLOR NIGHT Debuts in Manhattan with Michael McElroy, The Broadway Inspirational Voices and Plenty of Broadway Royalty!
by Richard Jay-Alexander - Jun 23, 2015

The Broadway Community worships at the altar of Michael McElroy and, pretty soon, so will the world. The Broadway veteran, with many shows under his belt, founded the Broadway Inspirational Voices in 1994 and, last night, photographer and friend Walter McBride and I were invited to a private home, where an awe-inspiring event transpired. We witnessed the birth of PARLOR NIGHT, something that ladies Di Ana Pisarri and Schele Williams had dreamed of for some time. (more...)

The Glimmerglass Festival Announces 2016 Season - LA BOHEME, SWEENEY TODD and More!The Glimmerglass Festival Announces 2016 Season - LA BOHEME, SWEENEY TODD and More!
by BWW News Desk - Jun 22, 2015

The Glimmerglass Festival, Central New York's opera and musical theater company, has announced its 2016 season. (more...)

2016 Glimmerglass Festival to Feature THE CRUCIBLE, SWEENEY TODD & More2016 Glimmerglass Festival to Feature THE CRUCIBLE, SWEENEY TODD & More
by BWW News Desk - Jun 22, 2015

The Glimmerglass Festival, Central New York's opera and musical theater company, has announced its 2016 season. (more...)

Pianist and Composer Heidi Breyer Releases New Album 'Letters From Far Away'Pianist and Composer Heidi Breyer Releases New Album 'Letters From Far Away'
by BWW News Desk - Jun 19, 2015

Pianist and composer Heidi Breyer has released a breathtaking new album of unparalleled beauty titled “Letters From Far Away.” (more...)

PCPA to Present MAN OF LA MANCHA, Begin. 7/8PCPA to Present MAN OF LA MANCHA, Begin. 7/8
by BWW News Desk - Jun 18, 2015

This classic musical Man of La Mancha, plays in the Marian Theatre July 8 & 11, 2015, then under the unreachable stars in the Solvang Festival Theater July 17 - August 16. (more...)

Maine Startup & Create Week Announces 2015 Event ScheduleMaine Startup & Create Week Announces 2015 Event Schedule
by BWW News Desk - Jun 1, 2015

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Alice Ripley-Led SUGAR! Film Launches Kickstarter Page to Help Fund Post-ProductionAlice Ripley-Led SUGAR! Film Launches Kickstarter Page to Help Fund Post-Production
by BWW News Desk - Jul 8, 2015

Tony winner Alice Ripley stars in SUGAR! , a movie about making dreams come true at any age. The film just launched a Kickstarter page to help raise $17,531, which will close the gap for post-production. Click here to donate today! (more...)

BWW Reviews: ZviDance Takes on Escher, Bacon and Rothko at NYLABWW Reviews: ZviDance Takes on Escher, Bacon and Rothko at NYLA
by Brendan Drake - Jul 7, 2015

Friday at New York Live Arts reintroduced audiences to the virtuosity and individuality that sets Zvi Gotheiner's company apart from many of his contemporaries. (more...)

Alton Brown Brings CUTTHROAT KITCHEN to the Great Outdoors in Special Summer SeriesAlton Brown Brings CUTTHROAT KITCHEN to the Great Outdoors in Special Summer Series
by TV News Desk - Jul 7, 2015

Food Network sends Cutthroat Kitchen to camp this summer for the five-episode special series Camp Cutthroat, where twelve cunning chefs compete for victory under the watchful eye of host and head counselor of mayhem Alton Brown. (more...)

Radio 92.9 to Host Free Copley Square Park Concerts This AugustRadio 92.9 to Host Free Copley Square Park Concerts This August
by BWW News Desk - Jul 30, 2015

It's a summer time tradition. Radio 92.9 announced that they will once again present after work concerts at Copley Square Park in August. The free shows, located in front of the historic Trinity Church, run from 5:00-8:00PM and feature Brooklyn indie dance duo Matt and Kim on August 6, American indie pop artist Andrew McMahon on August 13 and upstate New York alternative rock band X Ambassadors on August 20. (more...)

BROADWAY BALANCES AMERICA Renewed for Second SeasonBROADWAY BALANCES AMERICA Renewed for Second Season
by BWW News Desk - Jul 29, 2015

The Balancing Act, the award-winning morning show on the Lifetime Channel, is excited to announce that it has begun shooting the second season of its six-part series, "Broadway Balances America," sponsored by Broadway Across America.  The season will launch in August, 2015. (more...)

TAM Continues Season with THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUNDTAM Continues Season with THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUND
by BWW News Desk - Jul 20, 2015

Season 46 continues at TAM with Tom Stoppard's whodunit satire, The Real Inspector Hound opening at Theater at Monmouth Friday, July 30 at 7:30 p.m. A parody of the Agatha Christie-style parlor mystery, The Real Inspector Hound explores the thin line between the audience and the stage, as Stoppard fractures reality and life imitates art. Of the 1968 production The Guardian wrote, "Stoppard's The Real Inspector Hound is a witty and delicious parody of the fog bound whodunit.' (more...)

CAMP CUTHROAT Among Food Network's August HighlightsCAMP CUTHROAT Among Food Network's August Highlights
by TV News Desk - Jul 1, 2015

August has never been hotter on Food Network with new series, stunts and epic finales! (more...)

The Gamm's Unique MORALITY PLAY Offers Big Ideas but Lacks DepthThe Gamm's Unique MORALITY PLAY Offers Big Ideas but Lacks Depth
by Robert Barossi - Jan 7, 2015

An audience member sitting by me at the Gamm's performance of Morality Play mentioned that one of the reasons she loves the company is their penchant for putting on plays that are daring, challenging and different. They do not just do the same old thing, she said, and she's absolutely correct. It is one of the characteristics of the Gamm that make it stand out among the theatrical crowd, that they take on plays that are more unique or risky than other companies might dare to produce. Morality Play is, arguably, a bit of a risk. While successful at being something unique, it is not as successful at being an entertaining, compelling or enjoyable piece of theater. Based on a novel of the same name, by Barry Unsworth, Morality Play is adapted for the stage by the Gamm's Tony Estrella. The story revolves around a roving troupe of actors, traveling the harsh English countryside in the winter of 1361. This gang of thespians are among the earliest practitioners of theater, actors who performed morality plays, one of the three major types of drama in the Middle Ages (the other two being miracle plays and mystery plays). In morality plays, a figure representing the common man, often called something like Everyman, is tempted by the personification of qualities such as Vice, Avarice or Lust, but is then saved by the appearance of, for example, Truth, Faith or Conscience. In the case of this play, our actors have just suffered the death of one of their company. Almost immediately, they meet a runaway priest who they allow to join them as a player, to take on the roles of the dead actor. Shortly thereafter, the troupe, very short on funds, arrives at a town where they will perform one of their morality plays. After that play fizzles, they decide to perform a new kind of play, one based on an actual real-life event, a true crime that has just occurred, the murder of a young boy. While doing so, they begin to solve the crime and put their own lives in jeopardy. If that sounds like an interesting idea, actors solving a crime using their powers of performance, it truly is. Unfortunately, this play is more of a collection of interesting ideas and concepts than an engaging piece of theater. Much of the play's early going feels like the Theater History 101 class that every theater major takes in college. It's as if the professor said, “Come up with a morality play and put it on for the class, just how the actors of the time would have.” And I'm willing to give Estrella and director Tyler Dobrowsky the benefit of the doubt that they have accurately recreated the feeling of the times and created an accurate and true recreation of the drama of the Middle Ages. Still, most of it is fascinating but boring and uninspired, not likely to excite many audience members, other than those who took that class in college. After getting through all of the “this is what theater was like in the 1300's” stuff (and it takes a long time), we finally reach the play's central story, the true-crime murder mystery. Unfortunately, this part of the play just demonstrates how many times we've seen all of this before. It quickly becomes an episode of C.S.I.: Broadway, with actors, instead of scientists, running around investigating and solving the crime. And in the third act, there are enough twists and turns to fill a season's worth of Law & Order episodes, with everything from corrupt heads of state to pedophiles and mysterious diseases. Yes, I realize that part of the point is that things that happened way back then are still relevant today, but in this case, they just make for a dull, predictable mystery, rather than an exciting and compelling story. One reason why it's not compelling is that we never really get to know any of these characters, not well enough to really connect with or care about them. The runaway priest, Nicholas Barber, is given a bit of backstory here and there, but not enough (he also may suffer from the fact that he is no longer the central character and narrator of the story, as he is in the novel). The “master player,” Martin Bell, also has some hints thrown his way about a possible checkered past, but not enough is provided to really make us feel for him. The other players are almost nameless and mostly interchangeable. Most of the rest of the characters, the King's Justice, for example, are just stereotypes, given no depth whatsoever, as they are only there to further the plot. Not helping is the actors milling about before the show, interacting with the audience as themselves, not in character, as far as I can tell. It adds to the feeling that we are watching Providence actors giving us a demonstration of early drama, not watching real, developed and believable people who lived at that time. Having said that, the Gamm has assembled an all-star team of some of the area's best acting talent. The dashing and charismatic Jesse Hinson makes his Gamm debut as the priest, Nicholas Barber. Hinson is masterful in the role and provides a number of the play's highlights, from his scene with the accused woman's father to another scene with the acting troupe's “whore,” who is about to get out before it's too late. Hinson makes every moment count and is impossible to not watch when he's in a scene. On the other end of the “who is the protagonist?” tug-of-war is Martin Bell, played by Tony Estrella. Bell is the leader of the troupe of actors, their motivator and moral compass, or at least he tries to be. Estrella, as usual, plays all of the nuances with skill and dexterity. At times, he is the seeker of truth and justice, and at other seems like a bit of a snake-oil salesman. It's a Balancing Act that he's able to pull off better than most. Our travelling troupe of performers are played by an excellent ensemble, all giving fine performances, even if they aren't ever given the chance or reason to dig very deep emotionally. Steve Kidd is a standout as Stephen, as is Elliot Peters as Springer. Jed Hancock Brainerd is also wonderful, though given a bit less to do. All three shine especially bright during the scenes when the troupe puts on their plays, from the biblical story of Adam to the true-crime tale of murder. All of the movement and physical action in those scenes is especially interesting and partly due, I assume, to Normand Beauregard, who plays one of the actors, Tobias, but is also one of the area's best fight choreographers. In what seems at times like a cast of thousands, a number of other actors appear and vanish. The wonderful Jeanine Kane, as the Innkeeper and wearing a hat she stole from Pharrell Williams, is mostly wasted. Jim O'Brien also gets little to do but does give a brilliant turn in one scene as the weaver, the father of the accused woman. And that woman herself, who is deaf and mute, is played by Clara Weishahn, providing one of the show's best performances. Her scene with Estrella, where they communicate without words, is beautiful and mesmerizing. It's unfortunate that the rest of play could not be as spellbinding or entertaining as that one scene. Instead, it relies of far too much speechifying and talking a lot about big ideas. Much of it is also heavy handed, as if they really want to make sure the audience gets the message, loud and clear. There are certainly some interesting themes and messages for the audience to ponder as they leave the theater, but the rest of the production may leave them cold and wanting more. (more...)

Entertainment Attorney Russell Frackman to Receive GRAMMY Service AwardEntertainment Attorney Russell Frackman to Receive GRAMMY Service Award
by BWW News Desk - Jan 30, 2015

Russell Frackman, a partner in the law firm of Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP, will be the recipient of the 2015 Service Award, which will be presented by Cary Sherman, Chairman and CEO of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). (more...)

BWW Reviews: Cirque's KURIOS Brings Magic and Wonder to MarymoorBWW Reviews: Cirque's KURIOS Brings Magic and Wonder to Marymoor
by Jay Irwin - Jan 30, 2015

Get ready to let your inner kid loose in the circus while the adult in you marvels at the death defying feats as you take in the wonder that is "Cirque du Soleil: Kurios". And while the cohesive story of it all wasn't the most solid, the acts involved more than make up for it as they fly, contort and swing in super human ways. (more...)

Denver's Next Improv Star - Season 6 Kicks Off on February 21Denver's Next Improv Star - Season 6 Kicks Off on February 21
by BWW News Desk - Jan 17, 2015

The way to win Season 6 of Denver's Next Improv Star? Make your opponents look good. This seeming contradiction is at the heart of improv theater and a skill that every winner must demonstrate. (more...)

WILL & GRACE Duo to Reunite on NBC's MYSTERIES OF LAURAWILL & GRACE Duo to Reunite on NBC's MYSTERIES OF LAURA
by TV News Desk - Jan 12, 2015

Deadline writes that WILL & GRACE's Eric McCormack is set to reunite with MYSTERIES OF LAURA star Debra Messing in an upcoming episode on NBC. (more...)

DENVER'S NEXT IMPROV STAR Begins 2/21DENVER'S NEXT IMPROV STAR Begins 2/21
by BWW News Desk - Feb 9, 2015

The way to win Season 6 of Denver's Next Improv Star? Make your opponents look good. This seeming contradiction is at the heart of improv theater and a skill that every winner must demonstrate. (more...)

BCAP/BPT's UNCLE JACK to Open Next WeekBCAP/BPT's UNCLE JACK to Open Next Week
by BWW News Desk - Feb 4, 2015

The Boston Center for American Performance (BCAP) and Boston Playwrights' Theatre (BPT) co-production of Michael Hammond's comedy Uncle Jack opens next week. Running from February 12 to March 1 at the Boston University Theatre's Lane-Comley Studio 210, the newest play from Boston University's New Play Initiative is directed by the playwright. (more...)

Photo: First Look - 'Will & Grace' Together Again! Eric McCormack Guests on MYSTERIES OF LAURAPhoto: First Look - 'Will & Grace' Together Again! Eric McCormack Guests on MYSTERIES OF LAURA
by TV News Desk - Feb 24, 2015

NBC has released the first photos of MYSTERIES OF LAURA star Debra Messing, and her former co-star Eric McCormack, who will be making a guest appearance on the February 25th episode of the hit series. (more...)

Cincinnati Playhouse to Present BUZZER, 3/21-4/19Cincinnati Playhouse to Present BUZZER, 3/21-4/19
by BWW News Desk - Feb 20, 2015

Tracey Scott Wilson's provocative new play BUZZER, set in a gentrifying neighborhood, takes up residence in the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's Thompson Shelterhouse Theatre March 21 through April 19. By turns darkly funny and heartbreaking, BUZZER pushes many timely hot buttons of race, class, sex and real estate. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Cirque du Soleil's AMALUNA is EnchantingBWW Reviews: Cirque du Soleil's AMALUNA is Enchanting
by Nyderah Williams - Feb 18, 2015

Cirque du Soleil returns to Houston with a new offering, AMALUNA. Taking a change in direction from its Cirque predessessors, AMALUNA offers a fluid storyline in the midst of showcasing incredible acrobats and artistic talents. In addition to a more linear storyline, cirque Fans will see that AMALUNA lends itself to a 70% female cast and an entirely female band, which is a first in Cirque du Soleil history. (more...)

Skytap Poised For Rapid Expansion In 2015, Hires Vice President Of TalentSkytap Poised For Rapid Expansion In 2015, Hires Vice President Of Talent
by BWW News Desk - Feb 10, 2015

SEATTLE, Feb. 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ Skytap Inc., the leading provider of on-demand Environments as a Service (EaaS), today appointed Jill Domanico as vice president of talent. In her role, Jill is responsible for nurturing and growing Skytap's innovative and collaborative culture, and expanding the company's world-class team through recruitment, employee engagement, retention, connection, and communication. (more...)

Columbus Symphony Orchestra to Perform CIRQUE DE LA SYMPHONIE, 1/24Columbus Symphony Orchestra to Perform CIRQUE DE LA SYMPHONIE, 1/24
by BWW News Desk - Dec 16, 2014

Cirque de la Symphonie is a unique and elegant fusion of cirque and orchestra, adapting the stunning artistry of cirque with the majesty of a full symphony orchestra. Conducted by Stuart Chafetz, the program will feature works from the world's greatest composers while showcasing some of the most accomplished veterans of exceptional cirque programs from across the globe, including aerial flyers, acrobats, contortionists, dancers, jugglers, balancers, and strongmen. (more...)

Museum of the Moving Image Sets Full Schedule and Participating Artists Announced for 2015 FIRST LOOK FESTIVALMuseum of the Moving Image Sets Full Schedule and Participating Artists Announced for 2015 FIRST LOOK FESTIVAL
by BWW News Desk - Dec 12, 2014

Tickets for the fourth annual edition of First Look, Museum of the Moving Image's showcase for inventive new international cinema, are now on sale at movingimage.us/firstlook. (more...)

Sydney Fringe Festival Sets Full 2015 Lineup!Sydney Fringe Festival Sets Full 2015 Lineup!
by BWW News Desk - Aug 3, 2015

The Sydney Fringe Festival has released details and opened ticket sales for the full 2015 program, presented from 1 until 30 September at 50 partner venues across inner Sydney. The vibrant program includes more than 300 ticketed productions, spanning theatre, music, comedy, visual art, film, cabaret, musical theatre, dance, circus, literature and poetry. (more...)

Gather and Grow with Innovators & Entrepreneurs at Geekend,...Gather and Grow with Innovators & Entrepreneurs at Geekend,...
by BWW News Desk - Aug 28, 2015

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Resumes for Dummies, 7th Edition, Authored by Laura DeCarlo of Career...Resumes for Dummies, 7th Edition, Authored by Laura DeCarlo of Career...
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2015

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Huntington & Coolidge Corner Theatre's 'Stage & Screen' Series to Kick Off 9/3Huntington & Coolidge Corner Theatre's 'Stage & Screen' Series to Kick Off 9/3
by BWW News Desk - Aug 17, 2015

Stage & Screen, a collaboration between Coolidge Corner Theatre and Huntington Theatre Company that explores shared themes in Huntington productions and acclaimed films, announces four upcoming film screenings and post-screening conversations with Huntington artists and experts. Tickets to each screening are $12 ($9 for Coolidge members with member ID and Huntington Theatre Company subscribers with promo code) and may be purchased online at coolidge.org or at the Coolidge box office, located at 290 Harvard Street, Brookline. (more...)

Popcornflix Acquires Lifestyle Television Morning ShowsPopcornflix Acquires Lifestyle Television Morning Shows
by TV News Desk - Apr 6, 2015

PopcornflixTM, one of the world's most widely available free streaming movie and TV programming services, announced today the addition of five popular morning shows through a new partnership with O2 Media (more...)

fishbat COO Scott Darrohn Discusses 3 Tips for Creating Killer Content without Sacrificing SEOfishbat COO Scott Darrohn Discusses 3 Tips for Creating Killer Content without Sacrificing SEO
by BWW News Desk - Apr 29, 2015

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The Women's Guide to Triathlon Shares 10 Tips to Tri TrainingThe Women's Guide to Triathlon Shares 10 Tips to Tri Training
by BWW News Desk - Apr 28, 2015

CHAMPAIGN, IL - By its nature, the sport of triathlon attracts overachievers. People are drawn to the element of mastering and competing in three distinct sports, even though it would be far easier to focus on just one. But adding a triathlon training program to family, work, and other commitments creates a very busy life. Professional triathletes and twin sisters Rebeccah and Laurel Wassner admit that this Balancing Act is tricky and suggest it should be considered triathlon's fourth discipline. As contributors to The Women's Guide to Triathlon (Human Kinetics, June 2015), they offer 10 ways to plan and prioritize so triathlon becomes a natural part of a woman's life without becoming a stress or a burden. (more...)

Intuitive Marketing Strategies Is Thriving in 2015 Intuitive Marketing Strategies Is Thriving in 2015
by BWW News Desk - Apr 21, 2015

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WCRI Releases National Inventory of Cost Containment Initiatives Adopted In 51 JurisdictionsWCRI Releases National Inventory of Cost Containment Initiatives Adopted In 51 Jurisdictions
by BWW News Desk - Apr 16, 2015

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O2 Media's TV Shows Coming to Popcornflix Digital NetworkO2 Media's TV Shows Coming to Popcornflix Digital Network
by TV News Desk - Apr 10, 2015

Branded content from O2 Media's long-running Branded Entertainment programming “The Balancing Act”, “Designing Spaces”, “All Mixed Up”, “Mission Makeover”, and “Access Health” currently airing on Lifetime in the United States, in U.S. syndication markets and in prime-time in Australia, will be made available in the Popcornflix library. (more...)

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