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ITRenew Prevails in Patent Non-Infringement Lawsuit Against Blancco
by BWW News Desk - Mar 9, 2017

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BWW Recap: SUPERGIRL Fights CADMUS Once Again in 'Exodus'
by Nicole Ackman - Mar 7, 2017

Loyalties are tested in this week's episode of SUPERGIRL as Kara fights both CADMUS and her boss, Snapper Carr. With aliens being abducted from National City, the DEO is desperate to find a way to stop them, but Alex simply wants to be reunited with her father. (more...)

BWW Interview: Oliver von Dohnányi Leads the Way to a New Seattle KATYA
by Erica Miner - Mar 6, 2017

Dohnanyi shares details about his astonishing musical background and training, and his thoughts about Czech opera (more...)

BWW Review: GUTS: THE STORY OF BOOBOO & ME Aims to Educate
by Katherine Waddell - Mar 6, 2017

Running for just one performance this past weekend at Notre Dame, GUTS: The Story of BooBoo & Me, written and performed solely by Marybeth Saunders, takes an intimate and extremely personal look at the devastating effects of eating disorders. (more...)

BWW Review: SHE KILLS MONSTERS Slays the Game
by Katherine Waddell - Mar 3, 2017

This past weekend, She Kills Monsters had a short run at Clay High School. Delving into the role-playing world of Dungeons & Dragons, the show follows a young woman's quest to better understand her deceased younger sister, taking place both in real-time and the imaginary world of New Landia. (more...)

Theatre Three Announces 2017-18 Season; First Season Curated by New Artistic Director Jeffrey Schmidt
by BWW News Desk - Mar 21, 2017

???????Newly-appointed Theatre Three Artistic Director Jeffrey Schmidt has announced the 2017-18 season for productions on the Norma Young Arena Stage. Theatre Three, Dallas's fifty-six year-old theatre-in-the-round, is located in the Quadrangle in the heart of uptown at 2800 Routh Street, Ste #168, Dallas, TX 75201. (more...)

'A Change of Heart' is Released
by BWW News Desk - Mar 2, 2017

Covering depression, feeling like a misfit and forbidden love, 'A Change of Heart: Book One of a Trilogy' (published by Balboa Press AU) by Adrian De Nittis stresses the importance of self-acceptance and listening to one's heart. (more...)

CeBIT 2017 - Hanover, Hall 4, itelligence AG is an SAP Premium Partner
by BWW News Desk - Mar 2, 2017

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BWW Review: WICKED Casts a Spell at The Landmark Theatre
by Natasha Ashley - Mar 17, 2017

The latest musical playing at Syracuse's historical Landmark Theatre is none other than the three time Tony Award-winning musical Wicked. The successful Broadway blockbuster with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and a book by Winnie Holzman has everything - an amazing cast, spectacular sets, gorgeous costumes, and, of course, those famous Witches of Oz. (more...)

BWW Interview: Atlanta Girl Mackenzie Perpich Talks Returning Home as the ANNIE Tour Plays the Fox Theatre
by Sally Henry - Mar 16, 2017

With her passion for theatre coming full circle, Mackenzie could not be happier about coming home to the Fox Theatre in Atlanta. Note: a written medium cannot possibly convey the enthusiasm she naturally radiates, so make sure to read this in the most lively voice ever. (more...)

Pittsburgh Opera And Carnegie Mellon Opera To Present Co-Opera, 4/1
by BWW News Desk - Mar 14, 2017

Pittsburgh Opera is again partnering with students, alumni, and faculty from Carnegie Mellon University's School of Music, School of Drama, and the Master of Arts Management (MAM) Program on the innovative Co-Opera program. (more...)

Tim Eichholtz Shares 'The Hypertheans'
by BWW News Desk - Mar 14, 2017

Tim Eichholtz, a Navy Veteran, husband, retiree, devout Christian, devoted writer and author, has completed his new book 'The Hypertheans': a gripping and potent adventure depicting a tale of space, extra-terrestrials, war and survival. (more...)

Retired Nurse Releases LIVING WITH DIABETES
by BWW News Desk - Mar 13, 2017

As the topic of diabetes continues to sweep the news cycle, one woman is determined to raise awareness about the disease and help people take control of their health. (more...)

Tilawan Launches 'How to Keep Fit, Be Healthy & Stay Young'
by BWW News Desk - Mar 13, 2017

Struggles for achievement in life are all about having a good life, according to author Tilawan. But people cannot have a good life if their bodies don't have the health and energy necessary to enjoy what they have achieved. In 'How to Keep Fit, Be Healthy & Stay Young: The Secrets to Living a Healthy and Youthful Life' (published by AuthorHouse UK), Tilawan shows readers how to nurture the vitality one needs to savor life's achievements. (more...)

BWW Review: Celebrating Advocacy through the Arts with the INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS ARTS FESTIVAL
by Caryn Cooper - Mar 13, 2017

The International Human Rights Arts Festival took place on the weekend of March 3-5, 2017 at Dixon Place in New York City. The festival featured more than 70 artists producing more than 40 events, all oriented in the theme of advocacy. Artistic media ranged from theater, dance, music, photography, film, spoken word, and much more. This festival is under the curation of Tom Block, Jessica Chen, Karla Puno Garcia, Julia Levine, Heather Robles, and Thomas Tsai. (more...)

Tchaikovsky Meets Drake At FUSE@PSO, 3/22
by BWW News Desk - Mar 10, 2017

 FUSE@PSO, the genre-defying concert series presented by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, returns to Heinz Hall on Wednesday, March 22 with "Tchaikovsky + Drake." (more...)

TPC Describes Four Types of Porches That Will Increase Living Space of Small House Plans
by BWW News Desk - Jan 6, 2017

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HOLIDAY INN's Gordon Greenberg to Helm World Premiere of ASSISTED LOVING, Starring Barry Pearl, in Albany
by BWW News Desk - Jan 6, 2017

Dating is hard enough on its own, much less when you have to screen your father's options, too. Bob Morris' hilarious, poignant new play Assisted Loving: Dating with My Dad posits a brave new world that tangles filial piety, romance and the internet in bright, unexpected ways. (more...)

Montreal's LE PATIN LIBRE to Skate Back to The Yard
by BWW News Desk - Jan 6, 2017

Le Patin Libre returns after their sold out American debut performances on the Vineyard in 2016, continuing The Yard's multi-year commitment to this extraordinary Quebecois ensemble of pioneering skaters who are inventing a new future for art on ice. (more...)

BWW Blog: Miranda Jackel - Attending BroadwayCon
by Guest Blogger: Miranda Jackel - Jan 31, 2017

I'll never forget the day I found out the first-ever BroadwayCon was happening. I saw the headline in big, bold letters, and could barely believe my eyes. I WENT INSANE (tbh, that's an understatement). I began jumping up and down, screaming at the top of my lungs!!! For years and years, I'd been constantly rambling on about how desperately I wanted a Broadway convention to happen. Finally, it was going to be a reality, and I was overwhelmed by joy and surprise! The first year of BroadwayCon was absolutely unforgettable-and not Just Because we got stuck at the Hilton in the midst of that crazy blizzard!! (more...)

Joe Parsons Wins Gold in Snowmobile Freestyle at X Games Aspen 2017
by BWW News Desk - Jan 30, 2017

Monster Energy's Joe Parsons wins gold in Snowmobile Freestyle at X Games Aspen 2017. The pumped-up crowd was in for a spectacular show today at the Monster Energy Snowmobile Freestyle event. Battling heavy competition from the world's top snowmobile freestylers, Parsons pulled out a rare trick - never seen before in competition - to take home the gold medal on his last run. The 29-year-old from Yakima, Washington, also made history as the first snowmobile rider in X Games history to win gold two years in a row. (more...)

Dark Comedy SMART LOVE to Premiere This Month at Purple Rose Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Jan 3, 2017

The Purple Rose Theatre Company presents 'Smart Love,' a world premiere play by Grosse Pointe native Brian Letscher. (more...)

Articulate Theatre Calls for 'TALES IN TIME' Folklore Play Submissions
by BWW News Desk - Jan 3, 2017

Articulate Theatre Company has announced a call for submissions to the 4th installment of its signature series, Articulating the Arts: Tales in Time. (more...)

BWW Blog: Amanda Grillo - Finding the Fit: Typecasting
by Guest Blogger: Amanda Grillo - Jan 3, 2017

A big part of show business is typecasting. There are "types" that people fall into. These can be based around age, race, gender, and personality. Some people this as an opportunity to play to their strengths. I once participated in a workshop where the instructor told us to "know our types". He then began to call people out one by one: "You're a Fierstein. Try looking at Edna Turnblad or Tevye." "You're a Broderick. Look at his roles." "Streisand. You have a lot of options for material." He compared us to already well known household names in the theatre world. What about embracing who you naturally are? Why be the next [insert celebrity here], when you can make a name for yourself and be original? There are stock characters that people naturally gravitate towards with ease whether it be by look or by personality, but if people get locked into these types it begins to be all they are seen as. To some people, these types can be seen as limiting. There's not much variety in roles if they play the same kind of part over and over. Actors should try to expand their range of roles when possible. The popular belief of what is attractive doesn't necessarily need to be the leading players driving the action, but Just Because someone who isn't conventionally attractive drives the story doesn't mean it is an ugly duckling tale. Dramaturgy also comes into play if a character description is explicitly influencing the script. That being said, I've seen several productions where the characters look phenomenal. They are a perfect depiction of how the story describes, but the talent was subpar. It was very clear that a different person was a much better fit, though they might not have been the perfect image. This idea got me thinking: Just Because you look the part, does that mean you deserve it?  (more...)

BWW Blog: Bob Marks - Finding Music That Suits You
by Guest Blogger: Bob Marks - Jan 3, 2017

Just as you would build a wardrobe, with varied outfits for different occasions and temperatures, your music repertoire book needs to feature a diverse selection of pieces to show you can handle different sorts of singing demands. Not every song can (or should be) a show-stopper, full of dramatic heft and long, sustained high notes at the top of your range. Sometimes, it's more important to demonstrate naturalness and vulnerability, or show that you understand the needs of a very specific musical style. It's valuable to have many different kinds of songs in your "toolbox" to exhibit the full scope of your strengths.  (more...)

Violinist And Conductor Joseph Swensen Joins Hawai'i Symphony Orchestra For MOZART VIOLIN CONCERTO NO.3
by BWW News Desk - Jan 28, 2017

The Hawai'i Symphony Orchestra (HSO) will welcome acclaimed violinist and conductor Joseph Swensen on February 18 and 19 in a dazzling program featuring masterworks by Schubert and Mozart. The concert titled "Schubert 'The Great'" has been updated to reflect a change in program; Maestro Swensen, who will conduct from the violin spotlight, will replace Maestro Rune Bergmann, who has withdrawn due to an illness in the family. (more...)

HER OPPONENT Reframes 2016 Presidential Debates with Gender-Reversed Casting at NYU
by BWW News Desk - Jan 24, 2017

Could experiencing what the two U.S. presidential candidates said and how they said it during the three 2016 presidential debates -- but with the genders inverted -- cause people to revisit their own personal biases and develop insights or a different perspective? (more...)

BWW Interview: James Monroe Iglehart at NJPAC
by Sean Quinn - Jan 24, 2017

James Monroe Iglehart performs his show 'How the Heck Did I Get Here?' at NJPAC twice on Jan. 28. (more...)

Emma Stone Reveals She Can't Wait to Get Back to Live Theater: 'I'm Looking!'
by BWW News Desk - Jan 23, 2017

LA LA LAND star Emma Stone reveals that she is anxious to get back to live theater, although perhaps not in a musical production (more...)

Guest Blog: Vicki Baron Talks A YEAR FROM NOW at VAULT Festival
by Guest Blog: Vicki Baron - Jan 23, 2017

Directing A Year From Now has been a giddying challenge from a coffee-fuelled start to an adrenaline-rush finish. On a sunny morning many months ago, I sat down with producer and Artistic Director of RedBellyBlack, Kate Goodfellow, to discuss our next project. We had just about recovered from the physical and mental exertions of the Edinburgh Fringe, and we wanted to get stuck into something new. (more...)

BWW Review: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA is Spectacular at Detroit Opera House with Derrick Davis, Katie Travis, & Anne Kanengeiser!
by Katie Laban - Jan 20, 2017

Cameron Mackintosh's spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera is just that - spectacular. It is the show that everyone has grown to know and love since it debuted in 1986, but the added enhancement of updated technology and design makes it an even better experience for theatregoers while it is here until January 22nd at the Detroit Opera House. (more...)

Attorney Movses Shakarian Touts the Merits of Going Virtual
by BWW News Desk - Jan 20, 2017

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Critically Acclaimed Play THE LARAMIE PROJECT Examines Hate Crime in The CWP Black Box Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Jan 20, 2017

Imagine being tortured, left out to die in the freezing cold, tied to a fence post, and your only crime is your sexual orientation. In February, The CWP Black Box Theatre at Carrollwood Players presents a staged reading of THE LARAMIE PROJECT on February 19 and 26, 2017. (more...)

J. Russell Brooks Releases THE SQUIRREL'S FINNEGAN
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2017

According to stopbullying.gov, 15 percent of high school students (grades nine-12) were electronically bullied in the past year. In one large study, about 49 percent of children in grades 4-12 reported being bullied by other students at school at least once during the past month, whereas 30.8 percent reported bullying others during that time. With such alarming numbers of bullying, author J. Russell Brooks writes a book that addresses the problem and sets up a platform for parents and children not only to share precious bonding time but also to openly talk about and discuss the reality of bullying. 'The Squirrel's Finnegan' (published by AuthorHouse) is the result of his passionate endeavor. (more...)

Austin Sports Medicine Doctor Offers Advice on Exercising When Sick
by BWW News Desk - Jan 17, 2017

Cold and flu season has arrived. Adults will catch one or two colds per year, while seasonal influenza affects up to 20 percent of people in the United States each year. During this season, people who regularly exercise (and those attempting to make their healthy New Year's resolutions part of their ongoing routine) often don't want to skip out on gym visits and physical fitness Just Because of a sniffle or a sneeze - but should they? (more...)

BWW Blog: Amanda Grillo - Body Positivity in Theatre
by Guest Blogger: Amanda Grillo - Jan 13, 2017

It's everywhere. Body Positive ads and videos work its way into the media on practically a daily basis. Stores are expanding the sizes they carry, girls are encouraged to embrace their curves, but all the same a photoshopped fantasy takes over our minds thinking what the ideal image is. I decided to take a look at how this affects the theatre world that I am so blessed to be a part of. I surveyed one hundred random, anonymous participants. The survey was distributed to several different theatre pages on social media where participants have a wide range of experiences and opinions. I also had the pleasure to interview Michael Kennedy (a student at the University of New Haven), Stephen Sheperd (a recent alumnus of the University of New Haven), and Diana Dart Harris (a professor at the University of New Haven whom has degrees in both dance education and exercise science). (more...)

BWW Interview: Julia Hoffmann Is Swinging Across The Country in ONCE
by Christopher Castanho - Jan 12, 2017

Julia Hoffmann is currently swinging her way across the United States in the national tour of 'Once' understudying Girl, Ex-Girlfriend, and Reza. Based on the Academy Award-winning film, the Tony Award-winning musical 'Once' shares the story of how music not only composes melodies but also love between different people from around the globe. With an incredible score by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova and book by Enda Walsh, audiences have been falling (slowly) in love with this beautiful and honest production since its first performance on Broadway in 2012. (more...)

Belgium's BRUTUS Share Red Bull Studios Session; Debut Album Out 2/24
by BWW News Desk - Jan 10, 2017

Ahead of their performance at Eurosonic Noorderslag this January 13th, Belgium's BRUTUS have revealed a Red Bull Studios session for 'All Along' (more...)

Scoop: 48 HOURS on CBS - Saturday, February 11, 2017
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Get all the scoop on 48 HOURS, airing on CBS on Saturday, February 11, 2017! (more...)

BWW Interview: Simon Gleeson On Playing Jean Valjean In LES MISERABLES
by Marianka Swain - Feb 9, 2017

Australian actor Simon Gleeson's extensive musical theatre credits include Far Pavilions, Eureka, Mamma Mia! and Love Never Dies. He's currently starring as Jean Valjean in Les Miserables at the Queen's Theatre. (more...)

BWW Recap: Kara and M'Gann Must Fight a White Martian on SUPERGIRL
by Nicole Ackman - Feb 7, 2017

Winn summed up this episode when he said, 'This did not use to happen at CatCo.' A White Martian came to Earth hunting M'Gann and ended up trapped in the DEO, J'onn finally admitted his feelings for M'Gann, and Kara and Alex sorted through some sister issues. (more...)

Josh Gad Calls Out Kellyanne Conway with BOOK OF MORMON Tune
by BWW News Desk - Feb 4, 2017

Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway's latest scandal hit the news recently when she attempted to use her trademark 'alternative facts' to defend Trump's Muslim ban. In a Hardball interview, Conway cited the Bowling Green Massacre as a terrorist attack, one the media ignored completely. Perhaps because it never happened. Conway's fabrication sparked a highly vocal response from the internet. According to Entertainment Weekly, a fake website was set up for the victims of the massacre; the website links to the ACLU. Among those to respond was Broadway favorite and original Elder Cunningham Josh Gad. Gad took to Twitter and posted a clever video calling out Conway on her lying behavior.   (more...)

Purple Rose Theatre to Host Artificial Intelligence Panel Discussion After SMART LOVE
by BWW News Desk - Feb 3, 2017

A panel of experts will discuss Artificial Intelligence (AI) following The Purple Rose Theatre's performance of 'Smart Love' on Thursday, Feb. 16. Audience members are invited to participate in this enhanced talk-back. (more...)

BWW Review: MATILDA Brings Music, Mischief, and Magic
by E.H. Reiter - Feb 3, 2017

Matilda, her schoolmates, and some outrageously self-absorbed adults have descended upon the San Diego San Diego Civic Theatre through February 5th. (more...)

Hallmark to Present Record Number of Original Holiday Films in 2017
by TV News Desk - Feb 23, 2017

As committed as we are at keeping the magic in Christmas at Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, even we have to admit: Christmas movies do not just magically happen. (more...)

BWW REVIEW: The Story Of Oscar Wilde's Betrayal At The Hand Of His Lover Plays Out In THE JUDAS KISS
by Jade Kops - Feb 20, 2017

David Hare's biographical drama about the events preceding famous playwright, novelist and poet Oscar Wilde's conviction and imprisonment for gross indecency and his subsequent life in exile plays out in THE JUDAS KISS. (more...)

BWW Interview: Marlie Rodriguez
by Cary Ginell - Feb 20, 2017

Last month I went to a private showcase of music from the musical Hamilton. The showcase was organized by pianist/arranger/singer Justin Ramos, former director of vocal music at Newbury Park High School who is now living in New York. For his cast, Ramos utilized some of the more talented singers he worked with during his tenure at NPHS to make the showcase happen. Marlie Rodriguez played the role of Eliza, Alexander Hamilton's wife, and got an outpouring of applause for her singing from the invitation-only audience. We got together a few weeks later to talk not just about the singular honor of performing songs from Hamilton, which has already revolutionized Broadway, but how she has reached a crossroads in her still young career in musical theater. (more...)

BWW Recap: GREY'S ANATOMY and Kepner's No-Good-Terrible-Very-Bad-Day
by Lauren Gienow - Feb 17, 2017

On last night's episode of GREY'S ANATOMY, what was looking to be Dr. Kepner's no-good-terrible-very-bad-day turned out to be Dr. Minnick's no-good-terrible-very-bad-day. Fittingly, the episode was titled “It Only Gets Much Worse”. (more...)

BWW Interview: Christina Bianco of DIVA MOMENTS at The Alex Theatre
by Victoria Beal - Feb 13, 2017

BWW caught up with acclaimed YouTube sensation, Christina Bianco as she prepares to perform her hit solo show DIVA MOMENTS at The Alex Theatre St Kilda and The Hayes Theatre in Sydney. It couldn't be harder to put into words an interview with the effervescent star as she launches into her famous impressions left right and centre but here's what she had to say: (more...)

BWW Interview: Vicky McClure Talks LINE OF DUTY, THIS IS ENGLAND and Stage Drama TOUCHED
by Marianka Swain - Feb 13, 2017

Actress Vicky McClure's projects include Shane Meadows' This Is England series, Line of Duty and Broadchurch. She's now taking on her first major stage role with Nottingham Playhouse's 40th anniversary production of Stephen Lowe's World War II drama Touched, centring on a family of working-class women during the 100 days between VE Day and VJ Day. It begins previews on 17 February. (more...)

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