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Mansfield Theatre (New York, NY)
256 W. 47th St.

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Three-Time Grammy Winner Tom Petty to Be Honored as 2017 MusiCares Person of the Year
by BWW News Desk - Sep 28, 2016

Tom Petty will be honored as the 2017 MusiCares Person of the Year on Friday, Feb. 10, 2017, it was announced today by Neil Portnow, President/CEO of the MusiCares Foundation (more...)

Wiley to Publish ADVISORY LEADERSHIP Debut Book by Greg Friedman
by BWW News Desk - Sep 21, 2015

RALEIGH, N.C., Sept. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ Junxure, an industry-leading CRM solutions provider for financial advisors, and Private Ocean, an award-winning, independentwealth managementfirm, have announced the release of Advisory Leadership: Using the Seven Steps of Heart Culture to Create Lasting Success for Any Wealth Management Firm, Greg Friedman's debut publication for advisors and small business leaders. Global publisher John Wiley & Sons, Inc., will publish Advisory Leadership, which will be unveiled at the 2015 Junxure Advisor Conference. (more...)

by BWW News Desk - Sep 16, 2016

Michael Gray, a retired remodeling contractor, motivational speaker, coach, volunteer, self-help writer and author, has completed his new book 'Your Life? It's Your Choice': a gripping and enlightening guide book to self and life fulfillment. This book aims to motivate the reader to gain control of one's life and remove the negativity. (more...)

BWW Review: Brian Stokes Mitchell's Café Carlyle Debut is a Treat for the Ear, Eye and Heart
by Alix Cohen - Sep 16, 2015

What qualities define a leading man? Charisma, soul-searching masculinity, and a deep, lustrous voice--once upon a time, we had entertainers who possessed them all. With his Cafe Carlyle debut show that opened last night, Plays With Music--following his Tony-Award winning Broadway performances, 12 years on the road in concert, a couple of recent, all too brief New York theatrical turns, and television work--Brian Stokes Mitchell proves that few such leading men exist. Soon it may be like finding unicorns. (more...)

by BWW News Desk - Sep 13, 2016

I myself do nothing. The Holy Spirit accomplishes all through me. (more...)

BWW Review: Sweet Yet Powerful WINTER'S TALE from Seattle Shakes
by Jay Irwin - Sep 12, 2016

There are some productions of Shakespeare which need all the flashy costumes and sets and transplanting to non-traditional times and places in order to make the show shine. And then there are productions like the outstanding production of "The Winter's Tale" currently being offered from Seattle Shakespeare Company where they've assembled such a talented cast and crew, innately fluent with the meaning of the show, who only require a few chairs and platforms and where the flash would just get in the way. It's those shows that remind us why we love theater when a group of actors can mesmerize us with their words. (more...)

Full Company to Set Sail in Lookingglass Theatre Company's MOBY DICK at Arena Stage
by BWW News Desk - Oct 6, 2016

Set sail on an epic adventure this holiday season with a dramatically reimagined production of Moby Dick. Adaptor and director David Catlin brings his daring new adaptation of the classic seafaring tale to Arena Stage, using bold trapeze and acrobatic work to bring to life Captain Ahab's harrowing quest for the legendary great while whale. (more...)

BWW Interview: Phil Johnson on Comedy from Stage to The Fringe and Beyond
by Erica Miner - Oct 5, 2015

JEWISH JOKE, a one-man show about an irascible Jewish comedy screenwriter in 1950's Hollywood (more...)

BWW Interview: Angela Reed Talks BROKEN GLASS at Westport Country Playhouse
by Lindsey Sullivan - Oct 5, 2015

With Broadway credits, national tours (Spring Awakening and War Horse, no less), and the firecracker role of Barbara in August: Osage County under her belt, Angela Reed has done it all. However, the Westport Country Playhouse first timer is currently learning a lot in rehearsals for Arthur Miller's intense Broken Glass.  (more...)

BWW Interview: ANNIE's Gilgamesh Taggett Discusses the Show's Hopeful 'American Spirit'
by Kailey Hansen - Nov 7, 2016

This fall, Broadway's beloved classic finds a home in Chicago. Annie, Sandy and the gang appear at the Cadillac Palace Theatre for Annie's acclaimed national tour. Gilgamesh Taggett, the production's original Oliver Warbucks, joins Broadway World for an exclusive interview on bringing this heartfelt story across the nation. (more...)

BWW Interview: Meghan Jones of RAGTIME at Actors' Repertory Theatre Of Simi
by Cary Ginell - Nov 30, 2016

The musical Ragtime, which plays through this Sunday, December 4, at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center, is an important work that weaves actual historical personages into the fabric of its three intersecting stories: an upper-class white family, the African American ragtime pianist Coalhouse Walker Jr., and the Latvian immigrant Tateh. Two of the historical characters in the musical had profound impacts on American political history, which have heightened relevance due to the emotionally charged 2016 election, refocusing attention on matters of race, class, and immigration. This weekend, we interviewed the actors portraying anarchist Emma Goldman and educator/orator Booker T. Washington in the show, which will be featured in advance of this weekend's final performances of this essential work of musical theater. (more...)

BWW Review: Sierra Madre Revives Their Successful A LITTLE HOUSE CHRISTMAS
by Don Grigware - Nov 21, 2016

Laura Ingalls Wilder's classic book Little House on the Prairie (1932) became famous as an hour-long TV drama in the 70s (1974-1983) starring Michael Landon and featuring Melissa Gilbert in her acting debut as Laura. The books, as well as the TV show, are forever popular. In fact, the TV show runs regularly on cable channel Insp Monday through Friday. Sierra Madre Playhouse and its artistic director Christian Lebano have chosen to bring back James DeVita's stage adaptation of the stories as its holiday presentation, first seen in 2014, A Little House Christmas, skillfully directed by Alison Eliel Kalmus and featuring a delightful cast of 10, is now onstage in its revival of a West Coast premiere, through December 23. (more...)

Peninsula Players Theatre Announces 2017 Season
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2016

Peninsula Players Theatre, America's oldest professional resident summer theater and Door County's theatrical icon, is thrilled to announce its 82nd season performing June 13 through October 15, 2017.  Nestled along Door County, Wisconsin's scenic shore, the award-winning acting company of Peninsula Players has been enthralling generations of audiences in its 600-plus seat, all-weather pavilion since 1935, presenting hundreds of pre-Broadway tryouts, world premieres, classic dramas, comedies and musicals. (more...)

BWW Interview: Spotlight on Bill Rudman, Artistic Director, Musical Theater Project and Footlight Parade
by Roy Berko - Nov 10, 2016

Bill Rudman, Artistic Director of the Musical Theater Project who hosts the radio show 'Footlight Parade' and often co-hosts the MTP live performances, has had an interest in musical theater since he was five and his parents let him stay up late to watch Mary Martin in Peter Pan on television. As Rudman said in a recent interview, 'That did it!' (more...)

BWW Dance Review: ABT's 'Shostakovich Trilogy' by Ratmansky
by Barnett Serchuk - May 31, 2016

A funny thing happened on the evening of May 22, 2016, at the Metropolitan Opera House, where ABT was presenting Alexei Ratmansky's 'Shostakovich Trilogy.' There were lots of empty seats. Since Ratmansky's reputation has pretty much enveloped the entire ballet world, I was very surprised to see this. On the other hand, an evening of three Shostakovich works can be enervating, putting high demands on the eyes and ears of an audience. Many might prefer to just stay away. (more...)

BWW Blog: Erin Kong - The Chance of a Lifetime: Singing with Kristin Chenoweth
by Guest Blogger: Erin Kong - May 27, 2016

Imagine: your childhood hero, the woman who coined one of your 8-year-old self's favorite songs, holding your hand in front of hundreds of people, the renowned Phoenix Symphony gushing in gorgeous melodies behind you. You are surrounded by your friends and classmates, and bowing in front of an ocean of applauding strangers. No, this is not a dream. This was very much reality. Last weekend I had the opportunity of performing backup vocals with fifteen of my classmates at Arizona State University, for Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth.  (more...)

NewVoiceMedia Wins Financial Management Excellence and Community Champion of the Year Award in 2016 FinancialForce 360 Customer Excellence Awards
by BWW News Desk - May 16, 2016


FinancialForce Announces 2016 Winners of 360 Customer Excellence Awards
by BWW News Desk - May 11, 2016


NETFLIX Set to Premiere Joe Berlinger Documentary, 'Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru' 7/14
by TV News Desk - Mar 9, 2016

Netflix, the world's leading Internet TV network, will premiere Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru exclusively to members worldwide on July 15. (more...)

Review Roundup: DISASTER! Opens on Broadway - All the Reviews!
by Review Roundups - Mar 8, 2016

Broadway's new musical comedy DISASTER!, directed by Jack Plotnick with a book by three-time Emmy Award nominee and Grammy Award nominee Seth Rudetsky and Jack Plotnick, officially opens tonight, March 8, 2016, for a limited engagement through Sunday, July 3, 2016. Let's see what the critics had to say... (more...)

BWW Review: Theater Schmeater's One-Woman Show TECHLANDIA a Tender, Teasing Tribute
by Amelia Reynolds - Mar 8, 2016

ATTENTION SEATTLE TECHIES: there is a sketch performance for you! ATTENTION NON-TECHIES AND THE TECH BEWILDERED: there is a sketch performance for you too! Come together all who have startup experience and all who believe the tech industry is (as director and writer Bridget Quigg puts it) a bubble where young people run in doing mysterious things and run out with tons of cash. Quigg brings more than a decade of experiences in tech to Theater Schmeater in her one-woman show, 'Techlandia.' (more...)

Shaina NC Cets Up Women's Helpline Stree Sanman
by BWW News Desk - Mar 7, 2017

On the eve of the International Women's Day, noted social activist and BJP leader announced the setting up of a Helpline called Stree Sanman for assisting women in distress and who are targets of harassment via social media and mobile phone messages. (more...)

Point Foundation to Honor Five-Time Olympic Medalist Greg Louganis
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2016

Point Foundation will present five-time Olympic medalist Greg Louganis with the Point Legend Award, which recognizes an individual who has achieved greatness in their professional career and unapologetically supported the LGBTQ community.   (more...)

Veloxity announces free trial program for the Power Pax (portable charging system) available for most Boston businesses and events this summer
by BWW News Desk - Jun 8, 2016


Janan Cain Pens New Book Aimed to Help Kids Explain Emotions
by BWW News Desk - Jun 8, 2016

Helping kids identify, understand and talk about their emotions was Janan Cain's goal back in the 1990s when she began work on  her first book. Today that picture book, The Way I Feel, is 16 years old and the most popular book Parenting Press has ever published.  (more...)

Bronwyn Elvis Comics- A Musical Theater Fan Goes Graphic
by Alix Cohen - Jun 7, 2016

14-year-old Bronwyn Chochinov always loved to draw. As a 4th and 5th grader, she contributed ongoing comic strips in her school's High School newspaper: How to Survive 4th Grade, and How to Survive 5th Grade. She has also, from a very young age, loved musicals. As best as she can remember, Bronwyn was 5 when she was taken to Beauty and the Beast starring Donny Osmond as Gaston. Mother Victoria Brown was a fan and the two waited for an autograph. 'There were all these ladies my mom's age going crazy. They were like trampling me and I started crying. He picked me up and talked to me. I've gone to the stage door ever since.' (more...)

BWW Interview: Michael Falzon of SWING ON THIS! at Sydney Theatre Royal
by Brodie Paparella - Jun 6, 2016

He's played everyone, from Galileo Figaro in We Will Rock You, to the titular character of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. He's also earned a stellar reputation both here and overseas a soloist in his own right. In fact it's hard to find anyone in the performance industry who doesn't admire the talent, work ethic and congeniality of Michael Falzon. I found myself thoroughly charmed in a chat with him about his brainchild Swing On This that has had more comebacks than Farnham! And with good reason as I discovered. (more...)

BWW Interview: Dancers, Listen Up! GLORIA ANGELES Talks New Dance Spectacular Show, June 25
by Don Grigware - Jun 13, 2016

Gloria Angeles became a Zumba instructor for LA Fitness approximately two and a half years ago. Through the years she has also been involved in salsa dancing and competitions. ' I had been taking tap at the Marge Patka dance studio and performed in many of her shows and had wanted to be involved in more than just tap numbers. I got my opportunity in the summer show The Marge Patka Summer Spectacular 2015.' (more...)

BWW Reviews: NYMF's SINGLE WIDE is Heartwarming Despite Unintentional Camp
by David Clarke - Jul 28, 2015

My favorite thing about attending NYMF is the fact that I truly never know what to expect from the works I see there. Walking into SINGLE WIDE, I was expecting a completely irreverent musical soiree along the lines of David Nehls and Betsy Kelso's THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK MUSICAL. Instead, I was treated to a nearly complete project with a heartwarming story that was as wholesome as it was entertaining. (more...)

Junxure Named Double Finalist for CRM and Thought Leadership Awards by
by BWW News Desk - Jul 26, 2016


iCIMS Plans Move to Landmark Bell Works Building, Commits to Continued Growth in NJ
by BWW News Desk - Jul 20, 2016


BWW Blog: Naomi Melvin - Somebody's Eyes: Life in Double
by Guest Blogger: Naomi Melvin - Jul 20, 2016

Theatre in Toronto is moving and shaking. This city has a consistent flow of productions year-round, but the summer is a particularly exciting time to celebrate home-grown work. On June 27, the 2016 Dora Mavor Moore Awards took place at the Harbourfront Centre. The ceremony recognizes Toronto-based creators in theatre, dance and opera spanning 48 categories. I had the honour of attending the awards on behalf of Randolph Academy and was reminded of how diverse, vibrant and hard-working our theatre community is. Many post-Dora commentators regarded Bruce Dow's outstanding job as host. His undeniable humour did not deter from socially charged commentary on the state of our community's compensation. Bruce also directed the audience's attention to the world stage, advising that artists must continue to unite globally in the wake of political events happening around the world. The breadth of work being created in this city is astounding. Repeatedly, I heard award recipients talk about persistence in this industry. Years and years of creative trial have led to works formally recognized. It is a profession worth its weight in blood, but worth every beautiful drop. I left the awards wanting to see more theatre, learn more about the veterans in the room and take a whole list of people out for coffee.  (more...)

Art Institute of Chicago Names New Director
by BWW News Desk - Jan 28, 2016

Robert M. Levy, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Art Institute of Chicago announced today, January 28, 2016, that after an extensive international search the Board has appointed James Rondeau the new President and Eloise W. Martin Director of the museum. Rondeau will succeed Douglas Druick, who announced in October 2015 his plans to retire after more than 30 years of service to the institution. Rondeau, an internationally respected curator and scholar, has led two of the Art Institute's 11 curatorial departments in his 18 year tenure with the museum. (more...)

James Conlon Renews Contract as Music Director of LA Opera
by BWW News Desk - Jan 13, 2017

General Director Placido Domingo announced today that James Conlon has renewed his contract as the company's Richard Seaver Music Director through the end of the 2020/21 season. Currently celebrating his tenth anniversary with the company, Mr. Conlon has conducted 314 performances to date for LA Opera. When he returns to the podium of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on January 28 to conduct The Abduction from the Seraglio, he will have conducted 50 different operas at LA Opera. (more...)

Invision by the Associated Press and MomentumXR to Stream 2016 Oscars Red Carpet in Virtual Reality
by BWW News Desk - Feb 29, 2016


Invision by the Associated Press and MomentumXR to Stream 2016 Oscars Red Carpet in Virtual Reality
by BWW News Desk - Feb 29, 2016


by Jeffrey Ellis - Feb 19, 2016

Here's a question you may have asked yourself about Tosha Pendergrast: When does she sleep? Mundane, perhaps - but it's a question that comes to mind when you realize that she's always working, whether she's teaching students at Lauri Gregoire's Bellevue Dance Center, choreographing her latest show (Dreamgirls opened just last week at Murfreesboro's Center for the Arts, Street Theatre Company's production of In The Heights opens in a couple of weeks), performing onstage (she was among the cavalcade of stars in the Music City Theatre Collective's debut production Showstoppers), doing television appearances (The Dance Network is calling) or just living life with her handsome and charming husband Benjamin Pendergrast (together they are the perfect couple, each devoted to the other)… (more...)

Mary Lowman Says DARE TO DREAM
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2017

Mary Lowman, a loving mother of four and grandmother of fifteen, has completed her new book 'Dare to Dream': an inspirational story proving that it is never too late to follow one's dreams and create positive change in the world. (more...)

BWW Review: Thrilling Production of MOBY DICK Swims into South Coast Repertory
by Michael L. Quintos - Feb 13, 2017

Hands down, this incredibly absorbing stage adaptation of MOBY DICK is one of the most stunning and enthralling pieces of theater I have had the privilege of experiencing from a Southern California stage. Continuing through February 19 at Orange County's Tony Award-winning regional theater in Costa Mesa, this highly creative and mesmerizing play---adapted and directed by David Catlin---is a production from Chicago's highly regarded Lookingglass Theatre Company, who also produced similar successful runs of this adaptation at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta and the Arena Stage in Washington D.C. (more...)

by BWW News Desk - Dec 20, 2016

NEW YORK, Dec. 20, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ Do you know an amazing Grandma? From Queen Elizabeth to Tina Turner, Marian Robinson to Hillary Clinton, and even the dynamic duo in the Netflix hit series Grace and Frankie, more and more grandmothers are breaking age-old stereotypes. Besides being strong and active role models, many are also exceptionally involved in the lives of their grandchildren. (more...)

A Look Into The Merion: Owner and Operator Danny Michael Shares His...
by BWW News Desk - Aug 8, 2016


BWW Interview: Being Free, Available and Thinking True: A Conversation with Lauren Mufson
by Carla Maria Verdino-Sllwold - Aug 5, 2016

If you were among the lucky theatre lovers who scored a ticket to the Broadway blockbuster hit, Mamma Mia! in 2005, you might have had the pleasure the pleasure of experiencing Lauren Mufson make her Broadway debut in the leading role of Donna Sheridan. Now more than ten years later, the actress returns to the beloved ABBA musical in a highly anticipated new production at Maine State Music Theatre that opens August 10. The musical theatre and cabaret artist, teacher and voice coach and mother of two is delighted not only to revisit one of her favorite parts, but to make her Maine stage debut in one of the first ever regional productions of the show. (more...)

BWW Essay: Iceland's 'Rainbow Road'
by Joey Pedras - Aug 11, 2015

Last week Reykjavik, Iceland hosted their very own vibrant Pride festivities. (more...)

DesignX Hair Creations Captain Takes to the Airwaves to Combat Hair...
by BWW News Desk - Aug 1, 2015


DesignX Hair Creations Captain Takes to the Airwaves to Combat Hair...
by BWW News Desk - Aug 1, 2015


BWW Blog: Joscelyne Tamburri - Putting It All Together
by Guest Blogger: Joscelyne Tamburri - Apr 6, 2017

While in the midst of only our 2nd week of rehearsal, I am astonished at the rate that our musical is coming together. I am so used to working 2 hours a day, 2-3 times a week, painstakingly watching piece by piece slowly mend to one another; a snail's pace compared to this.  (more...)

BWW Exclusive: Tony Winner Lena Hall Will Perform at Point Foundation Gala
by BWW News Desk - Apr 5, 2016

Point Foundation will present five-time Olympic medalist Greg Louganis with the Point Legend Award, which recognizes an individual who has achieved greatness in their professional career and unapologetically supported the LGBTQ community. The award will be presented to Louganis at the landmark New York Public Library April 11. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. BroadwayWorld has just learned that Tony winner Lena Hall will perform at the special event. (more...)

Artist Donates Artwork to Fill Gaps of Stolen Andy Warhol Exhibition at The Springfield Art Museum
by BWW News Desk - Apr 18, 2016

Layfayette artist, Lindsey Wohlman, was sympathetic to the Springfield Art Museum after learning the news that artwork from the Andy Warhol exhibition was stolen.  She wrote a letter offering to fill in the holes with her own artwork.   (more...)

Tony Winner Lena Hall Performs Tonight at Point Foundation Gala
by BWW News Desk - Apr 11, 2016

Point Foundation will present five-time Olympic medalist Greg Louganis with the Point Legend Award, which recognizes an individual who has achieved greatness in their professional career and unapologetically supported the LGBTQ community. In addition to the previously announced appearance from the cast of BRIGHT STAR, BroadwayWorld exclusively reported that Tony winner Lena Hall will perform at this evening's special event. (more...)

BWW Column: More People Should be Talking About PEAKY BLINDERS
by Kaitlin Milligan - Apr 1, 2016

To many people who don't know about it, PEAKY BLINDERS sounds less like a television show and more like a confusing phrase. I myself was guilty of writing the show off before even watching an episode. However, thanks to the recommendation of a close friend (with impeccable taste in television), I decided to watch the first episode of the Netflix series. (more...)

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