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BWW Interviews: BETTY BUCKLEY
by Sherry Shameer Cohen - May 5, 2016

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BWW Interview: Marc Ciemiewicz, JOSEPH's Potiphar and Jacob
by Harmony Wheeler - May 4, 2016

BroadwayWorld spoke with Marc Ciemiewicz about color, character and special effects in the national tour of 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.' Marc plays both Jacob and Potiphar in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, which uses everything from Elvis-style to calypso and western in its telling of Joseph's rise to power in Bible-times Egypt. (more...)

BWW Interview: Wendy Worthington is Madame Morrible in WICKED
by Heidi Scheuermann - May 26, 2016

The wildly popular show about the witches from Oz is returning to New Orleans for the third time in recent years to share the magic!  WICKED, a musical adaptation of the book by Gregory Maguire, tells the story of two young girls who meet at Shiz University, and go on an adventure that will lead them to become Glinda the Good and the Wicked Witch of the West.  If you grew up with THE WIZARD OF OZ, you're going to love WICKED.  Think of it as a behind the scenes look at everything that took place before Dorothy and her little dog too were dropped into the Emerald City. (more...)

SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE INVISIBLE THING to Open at Tabard Theatre
by BWW News Desk - May 23, 2016

Critically acclaimed playwright Greg Freeman returns to the Tabard Theatre for a brand new tale of Arthur Conan Doyle's detective saga. (more...)

BWW Recap: GAME OF THRONES Reveals Shocking Truths in 'The Door'
by Jessica Naftaly - May 23, 2016

This weeks episode of GAME OF THRONES entitled 'The Door,' revealed a lot of information and answers to some of the biggest questions of the series, as well answered some questions that don't necessarily need answering. In a show riddled with plot holes, some of which were highlighted this episode, their ability to carry out reveals and give us answers isn't always up to task. If your biggest concern watching GAME OF THRONES was finding out the origin of Hodor's name, then this was the episode for you! If the importance of finding out the origin of the White Walkers, the biggest threat that endangers the lives of all of our characters, is highest on the scale for you, you'll get answer, but the attention and care given to revealing said answer may disappoint you. It's all apparent just looking at the recaps and reactions. The most used phrase from an episode in which we learn where the White Walkers came from, another direwolf dies, a mythic race goes extinct, and the Starks make a battle plan, is 'Hold the door!' That says quite a lot. (more...)

BWW Review: Winifred Is a Misstep for Theater LaB Houston and UnCommonWill Collective
by Katricia Lang - May 20, 2016

I get the idea behind WINIFRED. I really do. Winifred 'Winnie' Wagner is punished by history for being a woman with a (rumored) sexual history. I understand it, and I still didn't enjoy it or agree with its driving point. (more...)

SB Civic Children's Theatre to Present MALENI
by BWW News Desk - May 18, 2016

The next installment in SB Civic's Children's Theatre Series brings to life the story of Maleni, based on book by Croatian author Andrea Petrlik Huseinovic. (more...)

10 Tips to Stop the Summer Slide
by BWW News Desk - May 16, 2016

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BWW Blog: Paisley Haddad - Hamlet Mania!
by Guest Blogger: Paisley Haddad - May 12, 2016

Instead of a written final, our teacher has made a compilation of monologues, raps, and a play that brings Shakespeare's Hamlet to a modern day understanding.  (more...)

Purple Rose Theatre Company Sets 2016-17 Season
by BWW News Desk - Jun 8, 2016

The Purple Rose Theatre Company continues its strong tradition of producing world premieres and theatrical favorites for its 2016-2017 season. Artistic Director Guy Sanville poses the question, "Do you ever wish you had a second chance to meet someone again for the first time? Our 26th season is an enchanting mix that will feature two world premiere comedies by Michigan playwrights, a revival and a Pulitzer prize-winning American classic, all of which explore this question with humor, magic, mayhem and heart." (more...)

The Makers Of LA VICTORIA' Brand Partner With Celebrity Chef Jamie Gwen To Offer 5 Tips For Savvy Summer Grilling
by BWW News Desk - Jun 8, 2016

Grilling season is in full swing and consumers are looking for a fresh way to spice it up. That's why the makers of LA VICTORIA salsa brand are partnering with Cookbook Author and Celebrity Chef Jamie Gwen to seize the fresh flavors of summer. Together they provide a unique approach to summer grilling featuring fresh fruits such as mangos, pineapples, bold salsas, lean meats and full Mexican flavors. (more...)

BWW Review: TITANIC, Charing Cross Theatre, June 6 2016
by Gary Naylor - Jun 7, 2016

Gary Naylor sees a big, bold production deliver a tremendous evening's entertainment as a 2013 smash hit is revived to great acclaim. (more...)

BWW Weighs In: From Showgirl to Shivasana - By Emily Fletcher of Ziva Meditation
by Mark Fisher Fitness - Jun 6, 2016

If you knew me 10 years ago, you would never guess that I would end up traveling the world speaking about meditation. I wouldn't have guessed it either. I was on Broadway at the time, understudying three of the leads in A Chorus Line. I was also suffering from anxiety, had been struggling with insomnia for eighteen months, and was going grey at the tender age of 26. So here I was living my dream on stage, but backstage I was rocking myself in the fetal position listening to Eckhart Tolle praying I wouldn't be thrown on with a moment's notice. I was desperate for a solution, so when a fellow castmember told me she swore by meditation I thought, what do I have to lose? (more...)

BWW Review: THE SUPPER HOUR IN HELL at the Overtime
by Andrew Anderson - Jun 6, 2016

The Supper Hour in Hell proves to be one of the most absorbing, cohesive, entertaining and satisfying plays produced by the Overtime. (more...)

Amphibian Stage Productions to Present SMART PRETTY FUNNY, Casting Announced!
by BWW News Desk - Jun 6, 2016

Amphibian Stage Productions has announced the cast and creative team for its fourth main stage play of the 2016 season, Smart Pretty Funny by Kathleen Culebro.  Starring Gretchen Corbett, Rene Moreno, Vanessa DeSilvio, Ivan Jasso, and Anastasia Muñoz, the play will run Thursday, October 20 through Sunday, November 13 at the Berlene T. and Jarrell R. Milburn Theatre at Amphibian Stage Productions. (more...)

BWW Review Part 1: THE LITERATI at SBW Stables Theatre
by Brodie Paparella - Jun 6, 2016

The pursuit of an original idea is the most fruitless of our generation, it might perhaps be pertinent to say, as it is inferred in Justin Fleming's The Literati which itself is modernised after Moliere's 17th century comedy 'Le Femmes Savantes'. Premiered to the world at The Stables by a partnership of Griffin Theatre Company and Bell Shakespeare, what we have here is riotous, irreverent and cheesy good fun. We enter into the salon, exquisitely designed by Sophie Fletcher to dynamic effects, and are introduced to two polarised sisters. The younger, Juliet, seems set to marry Clint, the former lover of the elder Amanda, who spurned him in favour of intellectual pursuits in the image of their mother. Amanda and her mother oppose the coupling, due to their investment in the odious poet Tristan as suitor for Juliet, utterly manipulated by his pretentious prose. A domestic war is waged between sincerity and scholastics, and all done in Fleming's verse to seemingly effortless comedic effect. (more...)

Celebrate the Fourth of July on Broadway- The Full Holiday Weekend Performance Schedule!
by BWW Special Coverage - Jun 30, 2016

Happy almost-Fourth of July! Just Because the rest of the country will be spending Independence Day sipping drinks at the pool, pigging out at family barbeques, and enjoying the day off at home, doesn't mean Broadway will shut down for the holiday - the shows must go on! (more...)

David E. Lash Releases SOMEDAY
by BWW News Desk - Jun 30, 2016

In 'Someday: The Excuses We Tell Ourselves' (published by Archway Publishing), author David E. Lash aims to get readers to look at themselves honestly and without excuses, acknowledging that they are where they are in life because of their belief systems. (more...)

BWW Interview: Keith Carradine on the New Encores! Cast Album of PAINT YOUR WAGON
by Adrienne Onofri - Jun 3, 2016

The cast album from City Center's 'Paint Your Wagon', starring Carradine, has just come out. (more...)

BWW Blog: Micah Young - Defying Longevity
by Guest Blogger: Micah Young - Jun 28, 2016

Somehow we equate the amount of time we've been doing something to the quality with which we do it.  Longevity does not equal competence.  I am confident we could all think of someone who has been doing their job for a very long time, and might not be the best at it. (more...)

FRIENDS Creator Marta Kauffman On Possible Series Reunion: 'It'll Never Happen'
by TV News Desk - Jun 27, 2016

FRIENDS co-creator Marta Kauffman has some bad news for fans of the series who are hoping that the beloved characters will one day reunite.  (more...)

Bitsy's Brainfood Adds Smart Crackers to its Lineup of Nutritious Snacks
by BWW News Desk - Jun 25, 2016

Bitsy's Brainfood, a new mom-run brand redefining "healthy" packaged organic food for kids, announces the addition of Smart Crackers to its lineup of healthy and educational snacks. Made with organic vegetables, Smart Crackers come in three flavors: Cheddar Chia Veggie, Sweet Potato Cinna-Graham and Maple Carrot Crisp. Bitsy's Brainfood Smart Crackers are available exclusively at Target as part of the "Made to Matter" program, which features purpose-driven brands to make better-for-you product innovation accessible for all. (more...)

NYC Pride Guide- All You Need to Know for 2016!
by BWW News Desk - Jun 24, 2016

Equality needs you! This weekend, the 2016 NYC Pride festivities kick off, featuring a roster of iconic LGBT events including the March, Rally, PrideFest, Teaze, and Dance on the Pier, along with a variety of other events for LGBT and allied people of all ages.  (more...)

The Everydays Release Second Album 'When It's All Over'
by BWW News Desk - Jun 23, 2016

On the heels of their critically acclaimed self-titled debut album, Americana duo The Everydays are back with their sophomore effort “When It's All Over”! The Everydays, from Black Mountain, North Carolina, is the collaborative effort between singer-songwriters Tim Marsh and David Zoll. Both musicians also maintain membership in several area acts including Chalwa, Asheville Horns and Bayou Diesel. Tim Marsh and David Zoll also perform as solo acts under their respective names. (more...)

BWW Interview: Michael McCormick Talks HIMSELF AND NORA
by David Clarke - Jun 22, 2016

In July 2012, HIMSELF AND NORA premiered at the New York Musical Theater Festival. In 2014, Jay Records released HIMSELF AND NORA (Original Off-Broadway Cast Recording). Following the steamy romance between James Joyce and his muse, Nora, the musical has returned to New York in a lush Off-Broadway production at the Minetta Lane Theatre. Recently, I sat down with Michael McCormick, who plays John Joyce, Ezra Pound, and others, to chat about the show. (more...)

BWW Review: The Bible Preaches, But GODSPELL Asks
by BWW Staff - Jun 22, 2016

If you're expecting to find your corner of the sky, you will not. Just Because this is a Stephen Schwartz musical does not mean there will be someone painting with all the colors of the wind, nor will there be any gravity-defying witches, nor a hunchback. Yes, this is a Bible story, but do not expect Moses to be there even if you believe. And yes, there could be ever, ever after but there are no singing animals present. This is simply MusicArtes Inc.'s production of GODSPELL. (more...)

MULLETS GHOST STORY to Play Toronto Fringe
by BWW News Desk - Jun 2, 2016

Zombie clown Mullet reads from a forbidden Book of the Dead, opening a door that's not easy to close. Mullet wants nothing more than to never be alone. Be careful what you wish for. Just Because he's the walking dead doesn't mean there are no skeletons in Mullet's closet. Everyone's scared of something. (more...)

A BITTER SHREW Joins the Toronto Fringe as Last Minute Addition
by BWW News Desk - Jun 18, 2016

Fresh from a stellar debut run at the Montreal Fringe, and winning the Weekly Highly Commended Award for Best Comedy at the 2016 Adelaide Fringe Festival, Gillian English and The Theatre Elusive are so excited to finally play the Toronto Fringe for the first time with a brand new solo storytelling show! (more...)

BWW Preview: RIOULT DANCE NY Astounds in the Open Rehearsal of 'Cassandra's Curse'
by Juan Michael Porter II - Jun 18, 2016

In preparation for its upcoming Joyce season, RIOULT Dance NY held an open rehearsal at the Gibney Dance Center at 890 Broadway featuring a run through of the company's upcoming world premiere, 'Cassandra's Curse'. Of course this refers to that doomed prophetess from the Trojan War who - though blessed with foresight - was cursed to never have her predictions believed. In an expansive opening, Artistic Director Pascal Rioult revealed that the piece was inspired by his passion for Euripides' 'The Trojan Women', a play that serves as a wellspring of material for his current artistic period. (more...)

BWW Blog: Tara Folio - Working 9 to 5 (Actually 10 to 6)
by Guest Blogger: Tara Folio - Jun 17, 2016

As I begin this new job, I find myself stuck in this odd adult-but-not-quite limbo. For those readers who aren't familiar with the term "summer stock", it is a period of about two or three months during which a group of young emerging artists are sent to a remote, usually rustic, location to perform a handful of shows in rapid-fire succession. (more...)

Consumers Win Big On Internet Neutrality Court Ruling, Consumer Watchdog Says; Now Federal Communications Commission Must Tackle Privacy Regulations
by BWW News Desk - Jun 14, 2016

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Actors Bridge Slates Auditions for 2016/17 Season
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 14, 2016

Nashville's Actors Bridge Ensemble is pleased to announce open call auditions for their 21st professional theatre season. Auditions will be held Sunday, June 26, at the Actors Bridge Studio at Darkhorse Theatre by appointment. Actors are asked to please prepare a contemporary monologue of their choice under 2 minutes in length and to provide both a headshot and resume for consideration. Callbacks for each production will occur by invitation. (more...)

BWW Review: Pearls of Talent Abound In THE LITTLE MERMAID
by Herbert Paine - Jun 13, 2016

SPECTACULAR is the key word for Valley Youth Theatre's current production of DISNEY'S THE LITTLE MERMAID, directed by Bobb Cooper and featuring enough pearls of talent to fill an oyster bed or two. Karol Cooper's lavish costumes, Dori Brown's sets, Mike Eddy's lighting, Mark Fearey's orchestra all add up to an exhilarating hit for the family. (more...)

BWW Recap: Arya Stark Becomes 'No One' on GAME OF THRONES
by Jessica Naftaly - Jun 13, 2016

As this season of Game of Thrones draws to a close, Episode 8 gave us the required death count, male nudity (was that far away shot of Sandor pissing what you wanted when you called for equal nudity Emilia Clarke?) and debunked a lot of fan theories and book plot lines that have been building up since the first installment, further confirming the show's insistence that it's truly straying away from it's source material. (more...)

BWW Interview: My Dance Selfie with Josh Walden of Off-Broadway's CAGNEY
by Bob Rizzo - Jun 1, 2016

Josh Walden is a seasoned Broadway hoofer. He's sung and danced in the revivals of 42nd Street, A Chorus Line, La Cage aux Folles and Ragtime. But it's in the new Off-Broadway musical Cagney where Walden gets to really show off his versatility and range. He changes characters and costumes faster than he taps out a syncopated rhythm-and he even executes that flawlessly. He's part of Cagney's expert six-member cast in this musical biography of Hollywood tough guy and dance man James Cagney. (more...)

BWW Interview: Larry Raben of THE LITTLE MERMAID at Cabrillo Music Theatre
by Cary Ginell - Jul 5, 2016

Larry Raben is an accomplished actor and director who has added his prodigious abilities to a multitude of productions around the world. In addition to acting in a command performance before Queen Elizabeth II in London and producing Sweet Charity in Argentina, Raben has also graced Cabrillo Music Theatre's stages in productions of Singin' in the Rain, The Producers, and, most recently, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Raben is directing Cabrillo's summer offering this year, Disney's The Little Mermaid, which will prove to be the final production overseen by Cabrillo's longtime artistic director, Lewis Wilkenfeld. We talked with Larry not only about his plans for the show, one of Cabrillo's most challenging and ambitious productions, but also about working with the indefatigable Wilkenfeld. (more...)

BWW Review: Feet Planted Firmly In The Air: HAIRSPRAY at Toby's
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Jul 5, 2016

Hairspray is, in fact, a great raspberry blown in the face of realistic expectations, a visit to a fantasyland where cruelty and meanness and class pretensions stand no chance. And we never get tired of watching that raspberry get blown. (more...)

BWW Review: JACK FERVER Mistakes The Kitchen for Camp
by Juan Michael Porter II - Jul 5, 2016

Jack Ferver never let up on his drag delivery. Switching arbitrarily from bad French to English or from danse to dance passed for plot in this cabaret act. The scantily clad men in the audience - I attended the June 30th, 2016 performance - lapped it up before they even had a chance to hear the next line. It was all good fun, though if there is an art to telegraphing intention it was not on display here. That was 'I Want You to Want Me': a surrealistic B movie romp ruled by a character with mystical abilities for no other reason than 'Just Because'. File it under lazy craftsmanship. The world that Mr. Ferver inhabited was self referential, sassy, and imbued with magic, not unlike a gay lounge. (more...)

Photo Special: Seven With Sutton Foster - YOUNGER Star on Capitol 4th and Finding SWEET CHARITY
by BWW Special Coverage - Jul 3, 2016

"I feel like I'm interviewing the President," I say. "I know, right!?" Sutton Foster responds as we laugh, leaving the U.S. Capitol in a black SUV. There the two-time Tony winner and TV star has just finished rehearsing for the Capitol 4th concert that will air live tomorrow on PBS. (more...)

Arizona Rose Company Proud to Offer Affordable Alternative to...
by BWW News Desk - Jul 27, 2016

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BWW Blog: Paisley Haddad - East Meets West-4 Directors Talk About Directing Kids and Teens
by Guest Blogger: Paisley Haddad - Jul 27, 2016

Directing Kids and Teens sounds like a very difficult job, but for these 4 directors, the task is very easy. Cheryl Baxter-Ratliff  (Los Angeles), Joel & Christine Seger (Massachusetts), and Kelley Manson (Massachusetts) have had their fair share of young adult productions to be proud of.  No matter what coast they are from, they all can agree that kids and teens are "sponges" that can soak up information and that they do not have any bad habits they need to break on stage. They also talk about their beginnings in directing kids and teens, memorable moments thus far in their directing, and more. Read my Q&A below to see what they said.  (more...)

BWW Interview: Director Thom Southerland On Reviving Rodgers and Hammerstein's ALLEGRO
by Marianka Swain - Jul 25, 2016

Director Thom Southerland has built a career on revelatory musical revivals in smaller fringe venues, from Me and Juliet and The Grand Tour at Finborough Theatre to Titanic, Grand Hotel and Grey Gardens at Southwark Playhouse. He's programmed an enticing range of musicals for his first season as artistic director of Charing Cross Theatre, but first up is the European premiere of Rodgers and Hammerstein's little-seen Allegro, playing at Southwark from August 5. (more...)

BWW Interview: Kate Kataja of Wilbury Theatre Group Talks Third Annual PROVIDENCE FRINGE FESTIVAL
by Robert Barossi - Jul 22, 2016

Promising to be bigger than ever, and not Just Because of added performance venues, the Providence Fringe Festival returns for its third year on July 26. I spoke with Kate Kataja of The Wilbury Theatre Group, which has produced the festival in each of its first three years, about her role and what audience's can expect at this year's Fringe. (more...)

BWW Blog: Taylor Kyes - Make Time for the Arts 
by Guest Blogger: Taylor Kyes - Jul 22, 2016

My life is as crazy as ever. Just Because it is the summer does not mean that it is any less busy than the school year. I interned at Sportody.com this summer, I have to write an Extended Essay for the IB program, I have to get Inbound Certified for my fall internship, I just started my own blog, koffeekisses.com. I have schoolwork. And I haven't even thought about preparing for the District Festival for Thespians this fall.  (more...)

BWW Review: OF MICE AND MEN Amazes at Monomoy
by Kristen Morale - Jul 21, 2016

Never having seen this on stage but having read the novella some time ago, at the time acknowledging it as one of the most memorable stories I have ever read, seeing Steinbeck's words and emotions transposed on stage by the Monomoy Theatre, bringing to the life this simultaneously sad and touchingly hopeful plot by such talented individuals, really made the impact of Of Mice and Men that much stronger. In my opinion, it enhances this plot to the extent of it being particularly memorable for some time to come for all who are fortunate enough to see this production. (more...)

Review Roundup: Bess Wohl's SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS
by Review Roundups - Jul 20, 2016

Let's see what the critics had to say... (more...)

BWW Review: Daniel Radcliffe in Funny, Fascinating and Frightening PRIVACY
by Michael Dale - Jul 19, 2016

Keep your cell phones on for this exploration of our virtual profiles. (more...)

BWW Interview: Caroline Sheen on CRAZY FOR YOU at the Watermill
by Jenny Ell - Jul 15, 2016

Caroline Sheen is one of our busiest and most popular musical theatre actresses. She has an unbelievable string of credits to her name including the title role in Mary Poppins, Fantine/Eponine in Les Miserables, Truly Scrumptious in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Jennifer in the Original Cast of The Witches of Eastwick. She is currently in rehearsals for Crazy For You where she is playing Polly alongside Tom Chambers as Bobby. BWW:UK catches up with Caroline to chat about her time so far at the Watermill. (more...)

BWW Interview: Faith Prince of FANCY FAITH at Hudson Stage Company
by Kathryn Kitt - Jul 11, 2016

Tony award winner FAITH PRINCE in concert to benefit Hudson Stage Company. All proceeds directly benefit the upcoming season of Hudson Stage Company - a non-profit professional theatre dedicated to producing provocative, affordable and transformative theatre to its audiences. (more...)

BWW Interview: Actress Loraine O'Donnell
by Mark C. Lloyd - Jul 11, 2016

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