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Film Society of Lincoln Center Presents 2014 New York Film Festival Talks, Featuring Paul Thomas Anderson, 9/07
by BWW News Desk - Sep 7, 2014

The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today the 2014 NYFF Talks will feature Paul Thomas Anderson in conversation for On Cinema, and the HBO Directors Dialogues participants will be Mathieu Amalric, Pedro Costa, Mike Leigh, and Bennett Miller. All five events are sponsored by HBO. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Clackamas Rep Deftly Depicts the Struggles of GOOD PEOPLE
by Patrick Brassell - Sep 21, 2014

the playwright has written the characters in a very even-handed way; at no time is either Mike or Margie completely right or completely wrong; we see them both as people trying to do the right thing, yet also trying to hold on to what they already have. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Viewing ART At Vagabonds Theatre: Plenty of Whine, Delicious Cheese
by Cybele Pomeroy - Sep 18, 2014

Vagabond Players' production of ART in historic Fells Point is surprisingly funny despite dense dialogue and sparse set- or perhaps because of them. (more...)

BWW RECAP: The Headless Horseman Returns in Ep. 6 of FOX's SLEEPY HOLLOW
by Rosie Hertzman - Nov 5, 2013

This week's episode opens with our heroes, Abbie and Ichabod, in the stands of a baseball game. Strangely normal, right? But we have to say we're digging it. They exchange some cute banter about the point of the sport and the merits of heckling the referee. You know, All-American things like that. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Love! Sex! Torture! The Met's TOSCA Has Everything (Great Music, Too)
by Richard Sasanow - Nov 4, 2013

Maybe next time around, the Metropolitan Opera's General Manager Peter Gelb will hire film director Quentin Tarantino to do a production of Puccini's TOSCA. With its sordid story, self-involved diva and torture-happy, sex-crazed police chief--based on a Sarah Bernhardt vehicle by Victorien Sardou--this is a story that the director of “Pulp Fiction” and “Kill Bill” could sink his teeth into. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Ambassador Theater's PROTEST Shows Havel's Enduring Lessons
by Andrew White - Nov 22, 2013

We are now well into the second wave of Vaclav Havel productions, where his work is being re-examined from a variety of perspectives-experiments which, in and of themselves, are a testament to his staying power. Ambassador Theater's current production of 'Protest' at the Mead Theater Lab marks the culmination of a year-long celebration here in Washington, D.C. of the playwright-President's legacy. Under the direction of Gail Humphries-Mardirosian audiences can now witness a fascinating re-interpretation of what is perhaps Havel's deepest, most confessional work on life under an oppressive regime. (more...)

The Minnesota Orchestra in Need of a Change
by BWW News Desk - Nov 13, 2013

The Minnesota Orchestra is in need of some major changes. According to the StarTribune, what was once hailed as one of the top orchestras in the country, is now failing thanks to budget cuts from The Minnesota Orchestra Association (MOA). (more...)

Carnegie Mellon Creates Simon Initiative To Drive Better Understanding of Student Learning Using Emerging Educational Technology Platforms
by BWW News Desk - Nov 11, 2013

PITTSBURGH, Nov.11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ Carnegie Mellon University today launched the Simon Initiative to accelerate the use of learning science and technology to improve student learning. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Welles and Olivier Battle in Burbage's Superb ORSON'S SHADOW
by David De Almo - May 30, 2014

Burbage Theatre Company is proving to be a gem of a small company. Last season's "The Liar" was one of the funnier, tighter, and most professional shows I saw all of last year, and this Spring's production of "Orson's Shadow" by Austin Pendleton is every bit as good. The show is the 2nd in a shortened, 3-play season BTC is staging at the Artists' Exchange in Cranston, bookended by the recently closed "Doctor Cerberus" and the about to open "The Bald Soprano," by Eugene Ionesco. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Time is Out of Joint at City Theatre's HOPE AND GRAVITY
by Greg Kerestan - May 16, 2014

There's something for just about anyone at the tragicomic new play by Michael Hollinger. But is there anything for everyone? (more...)

BWW Reviews: City Theatre Strikes A DELICATE BALANCE with Celebrated Albee Play
by Jeff Davis - May 15, 2014

Oh, Edward Albee. No one writes an American family drama quite like you. (more...)

St. Martins Press to Publish the Frankie Avalon Family Cookbook
by BWW News Desk - May 14, 2014

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - Announced today, Frankie Avalon is pleased to announce 'The Frankie Avalon Family Cookbook'  will be published by St. Martins Press, sold by Mr. Avalon's agent Alan Morell, Creative Management Partners. (more...)

Confidence Reigns, Counterfeit Consumer Electronics Continue to Fool Consumers
by BWW News Desk - May 1, 2014

According to the Department of Homeland Security, $145 million worth of counterfeit consumer electronics entered the U.S. in 2013.2 The research commissioned by Canon reveals, however, that while three out of every four consumers surveyed were concerned about counterfeit consumer electronics, only about one in two believed they can accurately identify counterfeit consumer electronics. (more...)

Tony- and Pulitzer-Winning Playwright John Patrick Shanley Honored by 2014 William Inge Theatre Festival, Beg. Today
by BWW News Desk - Mar 26, 2014

John Patrick Shanley, playwright, screenwriter and director, Oscar, Tony, Writers' Guild and Pulitzer Prize winner, will be the Honoree of the 33rd Annual William Inge Theatre Festival in Independence, Kansas, at Independence Community College. (more...)

The Alternative Board Tackles Minimum Wage Boost, Holds Columbia Forum
by BWW News Desk - Mar 18, 2014

For these employers, the minimum wage topic is a real-world issue with real-world consequences. (more...)

OmniTI Opens Call for Presentations for Surge 2014: The Scalability and Performance Conference
by BWW News Desk - Mar 18, 2014

Surge 2014 is the premier educational conference for thought leaders and professionals involved in web scalability and performance engineering. On the technical side of Internet businesses, there are three serious scaling challenges: infrastructure, architecture and organizations. Surge 2014 is a forum for sharing best practices in web development and Internet architecture engineering. More than 20 compelling presentations will be presented on the industry's most important issues. (more...)

CHICAGO, Featuring Broadway Cast, to Premiere in Manila?
by Rialto Chatter - Jun 29, 2014

According to inside sources, an imminent staging of the hit Broadway musical CHICAGO, featuring Broadway cast members, might Just as Well be the next international production import--right on the heels of 'Stomp' and 'Wicked'--that Manila needs to boost its chances of gaining full recognition as the official 'Musical Theater hub of Southeast Asia.' (more...)

Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 6/28-6/29/2014
by - Jun 29, 2014

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Sunday, June 29, 2014 - Sunday, June 29, 2014. (more...)

BWW Reviews: HOBSON'S CHOICE, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, June 17 2014
by Adrian Bradley - Jun 18, 2014

Mark Benton leads the company for the latest revival of Harold Brighouse's family comedy Hobson's Choice, at the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre. Moved 80 years in the future to the 1960s this new production attempts to tackle gender politics as well as making the most of the music and fashion from the era. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Touching and Hilarious ANGELS IN AMERICA: PERESTROIKA at Epic
by David De Almo - Jun 16, 2014

Go see 'Angels in America: Perestroika' at Epic Theatre Company. There isn't a more straightforward way to say it. The possibly lesser known 2nd Half of Tony Kushner's Epic play about the AIDS epidemic in 1980's New York is playing currently at Epic's larger space at 82 Rolfe Square in Cranston, and it's superlative. It's shocking how funny Kushner can make the citizens of his New York, without making it seem trite or irreverent. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Stage Door's LEGALLY BLONDE Makes You Think Pink
by Katricia Lang - Jul 6, 2014

While I, and all of the other insanely giving and informed people, have always been aware that self-centeredness and shallow preoccupations are not traits of silly, frivolous women but of silly, frivolous people - LEGALLY BLONDE has convinced the world and looked fabulous doing it. What? Like it's hard. Well, it is hard. Duh. That's why it's impressive. (more...)

BWW Interviews: A Chat With Playwrights Karl Hinze and Becky Goldberg
by Melissa Giordano - Jul 31, 2014

It is my pleasure to speak to Long Island playwrights Karl Hinze and Becky Goldberg. They have a wonderful new show reading at The New York Musical Theatre Festival and were kind enough to take time to speak with me today! (more...)

WINNERS Web Series Screens at LA Short Film Festival
by Movies News Desk - Jul 25, 2014

An episode of the quirky ensemble comedy Web series “Winners,” outlining the lives of a group of hapless actors and performers in Los Angeles, will be screened at 10 p.m. on Wednesday, July 30 as part of the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival. (more...)

BWW Reviews: York Little Theatre's SHREK: THE MUSICAL - It's Big, Green, and Raucous
by Marakay Rogers - Jul 23, 2014

Rene Staub leads Randy Stamm and a large cast of fractured fairy tale stars in a musical tale of love, loss, daring heroics, and dragons, donkeys, and ogres (more...)

Quentin Tarantino's PULP FICTION Finds a Home on Stage in Calgary
by BWW News Desk - Jul 22, 2014

Quentin Tarantino's Academy Award-winning film PULP FICTION is coming to the stage! Qulum Entertainment will present the stage version at the University Theatre in Calgary, Alberta. In a recent interview with the Calgary Sun, Producer Quintin Pomeroy revealed: 'The elements that made Pulp Fiction one of the top five American films of all time are elements that work Just as Well on stage especially Tarantino's dialogue. We saw what a huge success Scorpio Theatre had with its production this year of Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs and we felt Pulp Fiction was an even better candidate for a stage version.' (more...)

Thoughtful Presence Gift Basket Company Features Gift Book Collection
by BWW News Desk - Jul 16, 2014

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BWW Reviews: National Symphony Orchestra, Morrison, and Benanti Bring Broadway to Wolf Trap
by Jennifer Perry - Jul 11, 2014

Yes, it's National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) at Wolf Trap season again in the DC Metro Area. Last night's offering featured the NSO, Matthew Morrison, and Laura Benanti taking on some classic Broadway showtunes with a few pop hits thrown in for good measure. (more...)

Carole King Honored as Legacy's Artist of the Month to Coincide w/ BEAUTIFUL Opening
by BWW Special Coverage - Jan 9, 2014

The Artist of the Month campaign coincides with the [official] opening of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical on January 12, 2014, at Broadway's Stephen Sondheim Theatre. (The show has been in previews since November 2013.) (more...)

BWW Reviews: Broadway Tour of ROCK OF AGES Brings Epic Rock Musical to PPAC
by Robert Barossi - Jan 30, 2014

It seems that since the dawn of the new millennium, there has been an incredible surge in the appearance of new 'jukebox musicals.' This genre is comprised of shows made up of previously recorded and released songs, usually by a single band or artist, or connected to a specific theme. While there were a few of these in the late 1900's, the genre took off once the clock turned to 2000. Now, theaters are filled with them, showcasing the music of anyone from Billy Joel to Queen to Janis Joplin and Bob Dylan. After seeing the touring production of the jukebox musical Rock of Ages at Providence Performing Arts Center, it's hard to imagine that anything in the genre is as exciting, fun and perfectly pieced together as this spectacular musical combination of the glam-band hits of the late 1980s. (more...)

BWW REVIEWS: CABARET at the Lower Ossington Theatre is Subtle, Sexy, and Shocking
by Brittany Goldfield Rodrigues - Jan 28, 2014

Although staged productions of the Kander and Ebb musical CABARET are plentiful, the production put on by the Lower Ossington Theatre is not one to miss. If you have seen the movie or the show in the past, you will still enjoy the show as every rendition of CABARET is different, and the LOT's production is creative, innovative, and packed with impeccable talents. (more...)

BWW Reviews: COOL RIDER, Lyric Theatre, Jan 27 2014
by Kevin Sherwin - Jan 28, 2014

Some people call Grease 2 a guilty pleasure. Many more consider it to simply be a bad film. And then there's the rest of us: people who come across it at an early age (often too young to understand what the 'Reproduction' lyrics we like to sing at the dinner table mean), genuinely love it to pieces and never let it go, who at various points in our lives come across fellow fans - there is no quicker bond - with whom we can recite the dialogue and sing the songs, fuelling our shared fervour, and on and on it goes. (more...)

VIDEO: Carole King, Sara Bareilles Perform 'Beautiful' at Grammy Awards
by TV News Desk - Jan 27, 2014

At last night's 56th Annual Grammy Awards, Grammy nominee Sara Bareilles appeared in a special performance with four-time GRAMMY winner and 2014 MusiCares Person of the Year Carole King. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Ask Someone to Lend You a Ticket to LEND ME A TENOR
by Jeff Davis - Jan 19, 2014

In her curtain speech on opening night of Lend Me a Tenor, now playing at the Georgetown Palace, Artistic Director Mary Ellen Butler called playwright a Ken Ludwig a "comedic genius," and explained why she encouraged director Lannie Hilboldt to tackle the play. Hilboldt, a professional musician, has served as Musical Director on several productions and made his directorial debut with Georgetown Palace's recent production of Always, Patsy Cline. Until now, Hilboldt had not directed a play, but Butler urged him to direct Lend Me a Tenor because his musical ability would serve him well in finding the timing and rhythm of Ludwig's farce. "Music is math," Butler said to the opening night audience, "and comedy is math." (more...)

Oskar Klausenstock's THE BRIBE is Released
by BWW News Desk - Jan 15, 2014

Fans of author Oskar Klausenstock's debut novel, 'The Prayer,' are cheering. His second novel, 'The Bribe' (published by iUniverse), has been released and is proving to be Just as Well-received as his first. (more...)

BWW Reviews: A Red Orchid's SOLSTICE Hits a Little Too Close to Home
by Elee Schrock - Jan 14, 2014

'Solstice,' especially when interpreted with as much depth and heart as A Red Orchid's current production, is excellent fodder for play-analysts' theses and leaves its audience with just as much material for post-play discussion. (more...)

Carole King to Duet with Sara Bareilles on 2014 GRAMMY AWARDS
by TV News Desk - Jan 14, 2014

It was announced today that Grammy nominee Sara Bareilles will appear in a special performance with four-time GRAMMY winner and 2014 MusiCares Person of the Year Carole King. (more...)

QUESTIONING DARWIN to Premiere 2/10 on HBO
by TV News Desk - Feb 6, 2014

Modern-day Creationists reject the idea that the Earth is billions of years old and that humans are descended from primates, believing instead in the literal interpretation of the Bible, which asserts that God made the world in six days and created Adam and Eve to populate the planet. Directed by Antony Thomas (HBO's Peabody-winning 'For Neda'), QUESTIONING DARWIN takes an in-depth look at the views of those who reject Charles Darwin's theory of evolution while chronicling Darwin's own journey as a young man whose beliefs were changed when he experienced the world first-hand. Featuring interviews with people on both sides of the debate, the exclusive HBO presentation debuts MONDAY, FEB. 10 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT), and has an HBO2 encore presentation on International Darwin Day (Darwin's birthday), Wednesday, Feb. 12 (8:00-9:00 p.m.). (more...)

BWW Reviews: ADELAIDE FRINGE 2014: THE OLD MAID AND THE THIEF Have a Different Kind of Love Triangle
by Barry Lenny - Feb 24, 2014

Sung in English, this short, lively one act work is an ideal introduction to opera, with its tuneful melodies and comic subject matter. (more...)

Sky-Pony Set for Series of Shows at Prototype Festival, 1/10-13
by BWW News Desk - Dec 9, 2013

Indie art-rock band Sky-Pony (pictured) will perform 4 shows on 4 consecutive nights as part of the second annual Prototype Festival. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Ocean State Delivers Undeniable Holiday Spirit with MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET, THE MUSICAL
by Robert Barossi - Dec 7, 2013

There are a million different holiday traditions and every person has one of their own. Similarly, there are countless options for holiday entertainment, and everyone has a favorite. Many of the most beloved holiday movies have, over the years, been turned into musicals for the stage. From Dickensian classics to Capra's sentimentality to modern pitch-black dark comedies, there's something for everyone, now in musical form. Among these most cherished of holiday film-to-stage offerings is the classic Miracle On 34th Street, and the musical version is now making its New England premiere at Ocean State Theatre Company in Warwick. (more...)

TreeHouse Interactive Presents White Paper by Raab Associates on Best Practices for Achieving the Full Value of Marketing Automation Platforms
by BWW News Desk - Dec 4, 2013

According to Raab Associates, B2B marketers have enthusiastically adopted marketing automation, with industry revenue estimated to be growing by 50 percent each year. Users consistently report growth in quantity and quality of leads, in lead acceptance rates, and in marketing revenue contribution. (more...)

Cameron Mackintosh Talks MARTIN GUERRE Rewrites, Mega-Musicals & PHANTOM Tour
by Pat Cerasaro - Dec 16, 2013

The most successful theatrical producer in history, Cameron Mackintosh sheds some light on the new US national tour of his internationally adored mega-musical THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA as well as shares new details about an upcoming revival of Boublil & Schonberg's MARTIN GUERRE and much more as part of a new interview. (more...)

Ursula Krammer Maynard Releases MOSTLY MUSE
by BWW News Desk - Aug 7, 2014

Austria (more...)

VIDEO: Sneak Peek at Zeb from Disney's STAR WARS REBELS
by TV News Desk - Aug 22, 2014

The Hollywood Reporter has an exclusive first look at Zeb's character short from Disney's 'Star Wars Rebels.' The character of Zeb, which draws inspiration from the original artwork by Star Wars designer Ralph McQuarrie's early vision for Chewbacca. Voiced by Steve Blum, Zeb proves he can handle himself Just as Well as the famous wookie. (more...)

Inbox Blueprint Review Dissects Anik Singal's Internet Marketing Program And Revealed on MarketerBlueprint.com
by BWW News Desk - Aug 21, 2014

Inbox Blueprint promises to provide one with what it calls "a virtually foolproof system" to set up and run successful email marketing campaigns. This has caught the attention of MarketersBlueprint.com's Stan Stevenson, prompting an investigative review. (more...)

IVIN BALLEN, CEO Opens 5/9 at Bunker259
by BWW News Desk - Apr 29, 2014

Bunker259 will open the exhibition titled Ivin Ballen, CEO by Brooklyn artist Ivin Ballen of a single work, Untitled, in conjunction with a text by Los Angeles-based artist, poet, and curator, Keith J. Varadi. Bunker 259 will participate in Greenpoint Gallery Night on May 9, 2014 open from 7-9 PM with the official opening on May 11, 2014 from 6-8 PM. For the run of the show viewings will be open to the public by appointment only. (more...)

Bunker259 Presents IVIN BALLEN, CEO, 5/11-6/20
by BWW News Desk - Apr 29, 2014

Bunker259 is pleased to open the exhibition titled Ivin Ballen, CEO by Brooklyn artist Ivin Ballen of a single work, Untitled, in conjunction with a text by Los Angeles-based artist, poet, and curator, Keith J. Varadi. Bunker 259 will participate in Greenpoint Gallery Night on May 9, 2014 open from 7-9 PM with the official opening on May 11, 2014 from 6-8 PM. For the run of the show viewings will be open to the public by appointment only. (more...)

BWW Reviews: First Crack at a New Comic Classic: VANYA AND SONIA at Center Stage
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Apr 26, 2014

It is gratifying that Christopher Durang's latest comedy, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, which is assuredly going to be produced in time by every community theater company in the country, gets its Baltimore premiere in style at Center Stage, as a sort of reference production by which other local ones can be gauged. The show, which rolled out over the last two years in regional test runs, then at the Lincoln Center, and then on Broadway, where it closed last year, is in joint production here with the Kansas City Repertory Theatre. The fun seems effortless; with a solid cast and wonderful direction by Eric Rosen at Center Stage, of course nothing is going to go wrong. But I'm willing to bet it would take a lot of trying to do this well-made play badly; I expect we'll find out. (more...)

Larson Electronics' Fluorescent Drop Light to Appear in the Season Finale of ABC's "Grey's Anatomy"
by BWW News Desk - Apr 23, 2014

Further adding to Larson Electronics popular onscreen debuts, ABC producers of Grey's Anatomy have chosen the FTL-5 fluorescent drop light to be used in the season finale. This task light is designed to perform with cooler operating temperatures compared to conventional fluorescent lights to reduce the chances of fire and burns. A built-in reflector provides a wide, glare-free shadowless light field. A rubber handle and end cap are easily removed in order to replace the bulb and the starter. It is a lightweight, durable, and portable fluorescent drop light. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Counter-Productions Presents a Perfectly Delightful PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE
by Robert Barossi - Apr 21, 2014

Lately, it seems as if there's been something in the air in the Rhode Island theatre scene. Or maybe something in the drinking water. Something rather dark. There are a number of plays that have just ended, are running currently, or are about to open, which deal with very dark, disturbing or depressing themes and images. There's nothing inherently wrong with that, of course. And no rhyme or reason for why it's so pervasive right now, it's mere coincidence. Still, there's a lot of dark out there right now and it's nice to mix things up with lighter fare, perhaps something along the lines of the delightful production of Picasso at the Lapin Agile, presented by Counter-Productions Theatre Company, which just closed at Ninety-Five Empire. (more...)

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