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BWW Interview: Megan Hilty on the Eccles Theater Grand Opening and Her Multifaceted Career
by Tyler Hinton - Sep 7, 2016

Tony nominee and SMASH television actress Megan Hilty was happy to speak with BroadwayWorld about the Eccles Theater grand opening, as well as her bourgeoning, multifaceted career. (more...)

BWW Interview: The National Theatre's Toby Coffey on VR, 360 Film and New Ways to Tell Stories
by Marianka Swain - Sep 29, 2016

It's hard for people to grasp the possibilities of something like virtual reality or 360 film, as most don't have a frame of reference yet, so the best thing is to show them,' explains Toby Coffey, the National Theatre's Head of Digital Development. 'That's a big part of our job at the moment: inviting people into this new world.' (more...)

BWW Recap: Liza & Friends Kiss Things and Let Them Go on YOUNGER's Season Premiere
by Matt Smith - Sep 28, 2016

The wait is over, YOUNGER fans… and yes, it's a bit shorter than usual! That's right, the TV Land gods have rewarded us with a slightly less lengthy wait between seasons … launching four months ahead of schedule (or at least from when they did last year; either way —> Yay!)  (more...)

BWW Interview with Festival Award-Winning 'All in Time' Co-Director Chris Fetchko
by Movies News Desk - Sep 28, 2016

'You need to have a good story, otherwise it doesn't matter what you shoot. You have to have a story that people respond to.” -- Chris Fetchko, Director, All in Time (more...)

BWW Review: YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN at the Norris Center - It Vas a Fun Night, Ya
by Ellen Dostal - Sep 27, 2016

When October hits and Halloween horror movies begin to flood late night TV, you can always count on at least one station somewhere airing Mel Brooks' 1974 classic comedy YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN. But this year, the situation is a little different. With the recent passing of Gene Wilder, who stars in the title role and also co-wrote the film with Brooks, YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN has been making many more appearances than usual in tribute to Wilder's uncommon genius. As a writer and actor, the film was some of his finest work and will continue to make audiences laugh for years to come. (more...)

Andrew Samonksy, Jason Graae, Beverly Ward and More to Star in MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG Concert at Rubicon
by BWW News Desk - Sep 23, 2016

The 2015-16 Janet and Mark L. Goldenson Broadway Musical Concert Series at Rubicon Theatre Company concludes with a concert presentation of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG. (more...)

BWW Review: SIGNIFICANT OTHER: Wedding Bell Blues
by Nancy Grossman - Sep 23, 2016

SpeakEasy Stage Company is presenting the New England premiere of a new comedy by Joshua Harmon (BAD JEWS) prior to its scheduled Broadway run in February, 2017. Under the insightful direction of Producing Artistic Director Paul Daigneault, SIGNIFICANT OTHER offers a cornucopia of talented players (Greg Maraio atop the list), pointed humor, and poignant commentary on the universal human condition. (more...)

BWW Profile: Courtney Lomelo Wears Many Hats in THE MOTHERF*#KER WITH THE HAT
by Katricia Lang - Sep 23, 2016

This is the first installment of a two-part profile on actress, producer, director, and filmmaker Courtney Lomelo. (more...)

Wolters Kluwer Joins NSNA Alliance to Better Prepare Nursing Students for NCLEX
by BWW News Desk - Sep 20, 2016

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2017 EdTech Awards Now Open, Still Accepting Entries
by BWW News Desk - Sep 19, 2016

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BWW Interview: Colman Domingo on His Intervening BARBECUE, Hollywood & Controversies
by Gil Kaan - Sep 19, 2016

Playwright Robert O'Hara's BARBECUE deservedly earned a rousing reception (and standing ovation) from The Geffen Playhouse's enthusiastic opening night audience September 14.  BroadwayWorld and I had a chance to chat with O'Hara's frequent collaborator, actor/playwright/director Colman Domingo a few days after his directorial success. (more...)

Tom Lee Announces MY JOURNEY TO JESUS
by BWW News Desk - Sep 15, 2016

'My Journey To Jesus': an emotional and in-depth exploration of sin, evil, death, judgmental behavior, creation, forgiveness, the second coming of Jesus Christ, and several potentially confusing topics such as baptism, Communion, and the Trinity. 'My Journey To Jesus' is the creation of published author, Tom Lee, dedicated writer and author. (more...)

Employees Seek Greener Pastures as Global Labor Market Warms
by BWW News Desk - Sep 15, 2016

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Singer Songwriter KT Tunstall to Perform on NBC's TODAY, Today
by BWW News Desk - Sep 13, 2016

Multi-platinum singer-songwriter, KT Tunstall, is returning with her fifth and brilliant new album KIN, due September 9th via Caroline Records. On Today September 13th, KT will be performing lead single 'Maybe It's a Good Thing' on The Today Show in the 9:00 AM hour. (more...)

BWW Interview: Brian Lobel On A PACIFIST'S GUIDE TO THE WAR ON CANCER
by Marianka Swain - Sep 12, 2016

Performance artist Brian Lobel has spent 12 years creating innovative work out of difficult personal experiences and tough topics. He's now joined forces with Bryony Kimmings and Complicite to create the highly anticipated new musical A Pacifist's Guide to the War on Cancer, which premieres at Manchester's HOME on 20 September, then plays Exeter Northcott and the National Theatre. (more...)

BWW Review: THE AMERICAN WIFE, Park Theatre, 9 September 2016
by Gary Naylor - Sep 10, 2016

Gary Naylor sees a production that proves that if a script is poor, the play has no chance of success. (more...)

Sotheby's Autumn 2016 Hong Kong Sale Series Achieves $282 Million
by BWW News Desk - Oct 5, 2016

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BWW Review: Jen Silverman's Alarmingly-Introduced ROOMMATE at Everyman
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Oct 31, 2016

This is not a show about big issues; the pathos comes from the human condition, to the basic facts of which the play is usually true, even when operating as a well-tooled laughter-delivery-vehicle. If there can be said to be a moral to Silverman's story, it is simply that it is extremely hard to become close to someone, and even harder to stay close. A Good Thing to be reminded of, and especially in such an amusing way. (more...)

SheKnows Media Hosts #BlogHerFood16, the Leading Conference for Online Food Influencers, Oct. 7-8 in Austin
by BWW News Desk - Oct 3, 2016

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LaMusica Adds Vertical Video Content to Music Streaming App
by BWW News Desk - Oct 3, 2016

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Aprimo Delivers Complete Global Marketing Operations Solution In The Cloud
by BWW News Desk - Oct 17, 2016

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Aprimo Delivers Complete Global Marketing Operations Solution In The Cloud
by BWW News Desk - Oct 17, 2016

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Wayne Brady, Whitney Bashor, Saycon Sengbloh and More Tapped for Michael Arden's MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG at the Wallis; Cast Set!
by BWW News Desk - Oct 17, 2016

Legendary American composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim's masterwork Merrily We Roll Along is revisited in a new production under the direction of Tony Award nominee Michael Arden (Spring Awakening) set for the Bram Goldsmith Theater stage at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts from November 23 through December 18. (more...)

BWW Review: Splendid Cast Is the Reason to See SPINDLE CITY
by Don Grigware - Oct 17, 2016

I have heard this little double couplet poem since childhood, and have always been terrified by it, so, if I see a story depicted about accused murderess Lizzie Borden of Fall River, Massachusetts, I expect two people to end up corpses, her stepmother and her father. In the new musical by Katrina Wood Spindle City: The Lizzie Borden Musical, now playing at the Secret Rose Theatre, only her father's murder is enacted. But... Lizzie loved her father, in spite of his intolerable business tactics, and... despised her money-hungry stepmother. Does this omission of her murder from the retelling of the infamous story make any sense? Hardly. But that's just one of the problems plaguing this uneven musical at the Secret Rose through November 5. (more...)

BWW Review: TICK, TICK...BOOM! Challenging Conventions
by Meeko Angela Camba - Oct 16, 2016

Life is like an unwavering deadline and growing up is a ticking bomb. (more...)

BWW Interview: MAC Award Winner Celia Berk Discusses Her Latest Album MANHATTAN SERENADE and Her Lifelong Love Affair with New York
by Ashley Steves - Oct 13, 2016

Ask Celia Berk what she loves about New York and she'll give you a list. Or, better yet, an album. Corporate executive by day, cabaret chanteuse by night (and a damn good one), Berk has won a MAC Award (New York Debut – Female), a Bistro Award (Vocalist), a BWW Award (NY Cabaret Debut), and The Margaret Whiting Award from The Mabel Mercer Foundation since her 2014 debut album You Can't Rush Spring. Her latest, Manhattan Serenade, is an eclectic collection of New York and New York-esque songs steeped in nostalgia and romance, complete with arrangements by Alex Rybeck and a stunning orchestra. Extended by popular demand, Berk will celebrate its release once more at the Metropolitan Room this Friday, October 14 at 7:00 pm. Before the show, we sat down for a discussion on her love note to New York, carving out a space for yourself in the city, and typical New York resilience. (more...)

BWW Interview: Theatre Life with Shannon Ford
by Elliot Lanes - Oct 12, 2016

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BWW Review: CAMELOT Brings a Hilarious Musical to Wesport
by Carissa Chesanek - Oct 11, 2016

A funny song and dance with heartfelt moments and plenty of laughs along the way. (more...)

BWW Review: Gender Roles Examined Through Music, Dance, and Word in SANS
by Jay Irwin - Oct 10, 2016

My regular readers know of my distaste for performance art. Mostly this is due to the fact that I usually just don't get what they're trying to convey or find the way they are conveying it gratuitous and self-gratifying. On the other hand I love music and dance and of course good theater. And so I'm of two minds over the piece "sans" currently being offered from Danse Theatre Surreality. On the one hand there were definitely moments that made me go, "huh?" but on the other hand they did manage to convey somewhat of a message and the performances were lovely. (more...)

Andrew Samonksy, Jason Graae, Beverly Ward and More to Star in MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG Concert at Rubicon
by BWW News Desk - Oct 1, 2016

The 2015-16 Janet and Mark L. Goldenson Broadway Musical Concert Series at Rubicon Theatre Company concludes with a concert presentation of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG. (more...)

Twitter Watch: Broadway Reacts To Trump's Election Win
by BWW News Desk - Nov 9, 2016

Well, it's finally over! After what feels like an unprecedentedly long election cycle, Donald Trump has been elected President of The United States of America! The Broadway community has been incredibly vocal in its support of Hillary Clinton as a result of some of the dangerous and discriminatory rhetoric preached by the opposing candidate. (more...)

EclecticIQ boosts information sharing for New Zealand Internet Task Force
by BWW News Desk - Nov 9, 2016

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BWW Interviews: Johnny McKnight on THE SNAW QUEEN
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Nov 7, 2016

BWW speaks to Johnny McKnight about writing and starring in The Snaw Queen at the Tron Theatre, Glasgow. (more...)

Guest Blog: Composer Luke Bateman on MR POPPER'S PENGUINS
by Guest Blog: Luke Bateman - Nov 24, 2016

I like to write tunes. By tunes I mean real hummable melodies. Some people scoff at this as if 'that's easy' or 'not exactly art', but I thoroughly disagree. Lots of songwriters write both music and lyrics, and I've given lyrics a go, but I like to stick to the music. In my opinion, my job is to serve a lyric. A great melody can carry a poor lyric, but a good lyric sure as hell ain't gonna carry a bad tune. When you combine both a great lyric and a great melody then you've hit the jackpot. (more...)

Harvey Fierstein & Jerry Mitchell Talk NBC's HAIRSPRAY LIVE! Reveal Details on Lake, Winokur Cameos!
by Caryn Robbins - Nov 21, 2016

Today, BWW participated in a media conference call with HAIRSPRAY LIVE's playwright and actor Harvey Fierstein and choreographer Jerry Mitchell.  (more...)

BWW Review: THE MAGIC SHOW is Revealing
by Misha Davenport - Nov 2, 2016

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BWW Interview: Tony Award Nominee Tim Minchin Gears Up for The New York Comedy Festival and GROUNDHOG DAY!
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 2, 2016

Tim Minchin will not be put in a box. Though the composer is best known for his Tony-nominated score for the stage adaptation of Roald Dahl's 'Matilda' as well as a series of hugely successful symphonic comedy tours, the man himself is living, breathing proof of the term, 'Jack of all trades.' Outside of his comedic and theatrical pursuits, Tim has also assumed the titles of actor, director, poet, and writer. (more...)

West Michigan Celebrates Turkey Day with Activities Throughout the Region
by BWW News Desk - Nov 14, 2016

Thanksgiving is November 24th this year, and West Michigan is ready to celebrate! We love this time surrounded by friends and family as we dine on a traditional Thanksgiving dinner together. Many local businesses are offering dinners of their own, meals to go, and Thanksgiving getaways to help you celebrate. No matter what you decide to do on Thanksgiving, make sure that you get together with loved ones and show thanks for the past year. (more...)

BWW Review: VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE A Warm Hearted Comedic Winner
by Frank Benge - Nov 14, 2016

What do you get when you cross Christopher Durang, the master of anxious comedy, with Anton Chekhov, the master of Russian despair? You get VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE, an evening of melancholia and mirth. While Durang starts with Chekhov he soon runs off in every direction. Chekhov and Walt Disney? California Suite and The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie? Why not? He ends up delivering a warmhearted, surprisingly personable play that is a mixture of clever and sweet that's hard to pull off. The production now on stage at The Wimberley Playhouse pulls it off beautifully. Chekhov's characters are full of angst and dissatisfaction, and so are Durang's. The key difference is that while tragic Chekhov can be funny, Durang is pretty much flat out bonkers. (more...)

BWW Review: MY FAIR LADY at Broad Brook Opera House
by Joseph Harrison - Nov 14, 2016

A beautiful transformation takes place on stage at the Broad Brook Opera House in the Opera House Players' solid, beautifully presented production of the classic Lerner and Loewe musical, MY FAIR LADY. A classic such as this one requires love and care to ensure that audiences experience all the things they might expect (classic songs, familiar characters and settings) but in a way that feels fresh, new, and exciting. And in this production, the Opera House Players have done just that. (more...)

LET THERE BE LIGHT: Lucy Carter On Dance, Multimedia and Expressing Ideas
by Marianka Swain - Nov 14, 2016

The latest instalment of LET THERE BE LIGHT, our series showcasing some of Britain's best theatrical lighting designers, focuses on Lucy Carter. A regular collaborator with Wayne McGregor, as well as numerous other leading choreographers and dance companies, she's also worked on operas and plays, including Husbands & Sons at the National Theatre and Oil, currently playing at the Almeida. (more...)

Experience a Tucson Holiday Tradition in its 20th Year
by BWW News Desk - Nov 14, 2016

Borderlands Theater proudly presents a holiday favorite, the 20th Annual, A Tucson Pastorela written by Milta Ortiz and the ghost writers. Local theater professional Katherine Monberg directs. A Tucson Pastorela runs December 1- 11. (more...)

'Stuff in All the Holiday Cheer You Can!' Says Krystal'
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2016

When it comes to delicious classic flavors and the holidays, you can never have too much of a Good Thing. That's why Krystal is pleased to announce the return of its limited-edition holiday Multi-Pack boxes beginning Nov. 1. The mega-value pack that includes 24 famous Krystal burgers has long been a guest favorite, but the holiday box adds a little something extra for the season Krystal's unique Thanksgiving stuffing recipe plus a fun gingerbread house-building template. (more...)

BWW Recap: GREY'S ANATOMY Takes Us Into The Room Where It Happens
by Lauren Gienow - Nov 11, 2016

Well. That was different! Once every season or two, GREY'S ANATOMY offers up an episode that breaks convention and tries to be a little different. This show has had varying success with this type of episode. The one that aired tonight, entitled—get this, HAMILTON fans—“The Room Where It Happens”, may not turn out to be the most memorable of them all, but it was done very well…and it may well have been the best. (more...)

BWW Recap: Liza Covers for Aubrey, Kelsey Dates Again on YOUNGER
by Matt Smith - Nov 10, 2016

Let's face it. In the last 24 hours, life hasn't been the best for us Americans. But who says we can't take a break with our favorite Sutton Foster-led TVLand series? This week's installment finds the Aubrey Alexis manuscript getting a sales boost that puts Liza in a tricky situation, Kelsey may or may not find herself a new man, new developments unravel with Maggie and Malkie and oh yes, yet again, Liza and Charles avoid (and face) the wrath of Radha. Intrigued? Well, then, X out of your 'Trump rally' coverage, and read on, read on:   (more...)

BWW Blog: The Spunky Ballerina - 7 Tips for Having a Happy, Healthy Flight
by Emily Ramirez - Nov 1, 2016

7 tips to help you stay healthy and radiant on your next plane ride. (more...)

BWW Review: Fiasco Theater Gets Creative with INTO THE WOODS at Kennedy Center
by Jennifer Perry - Dec 9, 2016

While those seeking a similarly scaled production to the original Broadway production (or even the revival) might leave the Eisenhower Theatre somewhat disappointed, those open to experiencing a new interpretation of the familiar material might leave feeling they've had an opportunity to look at an old favorite with new eyes. Perhaps they might better appreciate what drew them to the story in the first place. (more...)

BWW Review: Michael Arden Reinvigorates MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG at The Wallis
by Ellen Dostal - Dec 7, 2016

When MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG opened on Broadway in 1981, no one anticipated that it would be a flop. With a score by Stephen Sondheim and direction by Hal Prince, it should have been the next success in a series of highly successful collaborations by the two kings of musical theatre, following such game changers as COMPANY, FOLLIES, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC, PACIFIC OVERTURES, and SWEENEY TODD (more...)

Abigail Breslin, Norbert Leo Butz and More Join The New Group's 2016-17 Season
by BWW News Desk - Dec 2, 2016

The New Group announces additional casting for productions coming up in the company's 2016-2017 Season. (more...)

BWW Review: BROADWAY LOVES BRITNEY Does It Again at Feinstein's/54 Below
by Troy Frisby - Dec 1, 2016

Because Britney Spears grew up in the spotlight, we've seen her as a singer, an actress, a girl, a woman, and everything in between. One thing we haven't seen is Britney the Broadway star, but since that seems about as likely as the second coming of Britney and Justin, it's a damn Good Thing BROADWAY LOVES BRITNEY exists. On November 16, a group of Broadway performers came together at Feinstein's/54 Below for exactly what the name suggests---a deep dive into Britney's oeuvre---and, as far as Britney homages go, the show hit all quadrants, running the gamut from playful impersonations to cleverly reworked gems. (more...)

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