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based on Camille by Alexandre Dumas fils

Ian, a naive young medical student, is plunged into the wild world of Studio 54 at the height of its decadence. There, he meets Caleigh, the woman of his dreams and the spirit of early 80's excess. Unfortunately, she is being "kept" by a heartless millionaire. While she and Ian try to hide their love from her sugar daddy and his mother, Caleigh discovers there is a much more insidious enemy in their midst ó an unknown virus is killing her.

The New York Philharmonic Presents Leonard Bernstein's Marked Mahler Score to the Vienna Philharmonic
by BWW News Desk - Mar 28, 2017

This morning in Vienna, the New York Philharmonic and the family of Leonard Bernstein presented the Vienna Philharmonic with Bernstein's marked score of Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde, in celebration of the Austrian orchestra's 175th birthday. Following his 1966 Vienna Philharmonic debut, Bernstein Kept the score, which he had obtained from the Vienna Philharmonic's Archives. He treasured it for the rest of his life; on his death it was transferred to the New York Philharmonic Archives as part of the collection of his marked conducting scores. (more...)

BWW Review: THE WIPERS TIMES, Arts Theatre
by Gary Naylor - Mar 28, 2017

The Wipers Times tells the story of an underground magazine, written on the Western Front by soldiers for soldiers, the articles packed with good humour and a touch of irreverence. (more...)

Pacer Pedometer's Latest Update Adds Team-based Challenges, plus Video Workouts and More
by BWW News Desk - Mar 28, 2017


Freddie Jackson's New Album is Sending Out Love Signals
by BWW News Desk - Mar 28, 2017

For urban contemporary listeners and music critics alike; there is no doubt which R&B artists deserve a place among the greatest of all time. (more...)

Violet Sands Drop Lush New Single 'Drive' via BlackBook
by BWW News Desk - Mar 28, 2017

The music of up-and-coming Brooklyn-based trio Violet Sands is an ethereal soundtrack for a rite of passage, as evidenced by the new single ¬ďDrive¬Ē which premiered exclusively via BlackBook and is now available (more...)

Baby On Board? That's What WAITRESS at the Brooks Adkins Theater Is All About!
by Jaclyn Layman - Mar 28, 2017

The kindness shown at the Brooks Adkins Theater is not just on stage! (more...)

TV One to Premiere Film Adaptation of THE LOST SOULS CAFE, 4/16
by TV News Desk - Mar 27, 2017

TV One presents the film adaptation of Director/Producer Donald B. Welch's popular inspirational stage play, THE LOST SOULS CAFE, on Easter Sunday, April 16 at 6 p.m. ET. Actors Loretta Devine (The Carmichael Show), Christian Keyes (Saints & Sinners), Kiki Haynes (For Better or Worse) and Ernest L. Thomas (What's Happening!!) star in the musical drama. (more...)

Left Lane Cruiser's 'Claw Machine Wizard' Album Out 5/19
by BWW News Desk - Mar 27, 2017

Once again the blues is in perfectly unsafe hands on Left Lane Cruiser's new full-length studio effort, Claw Machine Wizard. (more...)

BWW Interview: David Hunter Talks KINKY BOOTS
by Marianka Swain - Mar 27, 2017

Actor and musician David Hunter's previous work includes Once, Tommy and One Man, Two Guvnors. He's currently starring as Charlie in the West End production of Kinky Boots. (more...)

#IMOMSOHARD Coming to The VETS This Summer
by BWW News Desk - Mar 27, 2017

They've Kept you sane. They've brightened your day. They've made you laugh 'til you peed a little. And now Kristin and Jen, from #IMOMSOHARD, are coming to Providence. Catch them on Saturday, July 22 at 7pm at The VETS. (more...)

BWW Review: Will Davis Casts An Imaginative, Modern Lens on William Inge's PICNIC
by Rachel Weinberg - Mar 27, 2017

In putting together American Theater Company's current production of William Inge's classic play PICNIC, Artistic Director Will Davis said he wanted his cast "to reflect the playwright and the powerful forces in his own psyche that Kept him from happiness and fulfillment." Indeed, the actors Davis has cast certainly unlock a great deal of humanity in PICNIC's characters. As outsider Hal, Molly Brennan delivers a particularly inspired performance and bestows an immense depth of feeling into her role. While this is the first time I've seen a staging of PICNIC, I imagine that Hal is often played more broadly and more stereotypically typecast as a "macho" man-aggressive and assertive. In Brennan's Hal, however, there is a beautiful earnestness and genuine desire for acceptance and belonging. This also makes Hal's desire for Madge (Malic White) a more powerful longing for human connection. Alongside Brennan, White's Madge also has a similar desire for understanding-though the role could be played more desperate still. White's self-assured take on the character does not allow Madge to emit as much desperation as she might. (more...)

Aurora Theatre Company presents U.S. Premiere of Steve Waters' TEMPLE
by BWW News Desk - Mar 27, 2017

Aurora Theatre Company presents the U.S. Premiere of British playwright Steve Waters'(World Music, The Contingency Plan) hit play, TEMPLE. Aurora Artistic Director Tom Ross (Mud Blue Sky, A Bright New Boise, Edward Albee's A Delicate Balance) helms this thought-provoking new play, featuring Paul Whitworth, Sylvia Burboeck, J. Michael Flynn, Sharon Lockwood, Leontyne Mbele-Mbong, and Mike Ryan. TEMPLE plays April 14 through May 14 at the Aurora Theatre in Berkeley. For tickets and information the public can call (510) 843-4822 or visit (more...)

Aussie Newcomer Josh Cashman Releases Single 'Listening'
by BWW News Desk - Mar 27, 2017

Fresh from his debut showcases at SXSW and 2017 US tour support for sold out Tash Sultana, Australian Singer Songwriter Josh Cashman has released his latest single Listening on March 24th via One Love (more...)

Victoria Garafola Releases 'Covenant Kept'
by BWW News Desk - Mar 27, 2017

'Covenant Kept': discover the last hope for mankind and a world consumed by darkness. 'Covenant Kept' is the creation of published author, Victoria Garafola, a US Navy veteran, certified diver, and native Coloradan who holds a Bachelor's degree in Human Development and Anthropology as well as a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology. Victoria is also an active member of her local Baptist church and enjoys studying the Lord's Word. (more...)

Rajinder S. Khokhar Shares CALIFORNIA DREAMIN'
by BWW News Desk - Mar 27, 2017

Motivated by a movie that sparked his ambition to come to America, a starry eyed 19-year-old Indian Sikh, Rajinder S. Khokhar arrived here in the early sixties to pursue higher studies, but was unprepared for the discrimination he would face. In his new book, 'California Dreamin',' Khokhar shares a deeper look into his journey to America. (more...)

BWW Blog: Jessica Vanek - Audiences Applaud Cockroach Theatre's SPINNING INTO BUTTER
by Guest Blogger: Jessica Vanek - Mar 27, 2017

Jess here.  I recently saw my first show at Cockroach Theatre, a well-established theatre company located here in Las Vegas.  SPINNING INTO BUTTER by Rebecca Gilman exposes current social issues through an honest story that could, in reality, have taken place in Anywhere, USA.  This play dealt with concepts not normally portrayed on a stage, and delivered a powerful punch that left the audience enlightened.  The story is set at fictional Belmont College in Vermont, and explores racial issues that college campuses sometimes face.  The show begins with Sarah Daniels, a Dean who is trying to get a student to lie about his ethnicity so he will be a stronger candidate for a scholarship.   She does this with the best intentions, but it's not taken well by the student, Patrick Chibas.  Meanwhile Simon (a character in name only), an African-American student attending the predominantly white Belmont College, reports a series of hate crimes being inflicted upon him.  Dean Daniels along with two other Deans struggle to fix the issue, yet against Dean Daniels' better judgment, decide that a campus-wide forum is the best way to remedy the situation.  Ultimately, the forum is a huge failure, and results in more of a divide than it began with.  Dean Daniels continues to try to do what's right, but struggles with the process due to her subconscious racism.  This story discusses the complexity of race and discrimination and how, despite the outlawing of segregation, America still struggles to treat all races equally. (more...)

Woman Uses Theatre as a Therapy Seeing 500 Shows in 6 Years Following Husband's Death
by Julie Musbach - Mar 26, 2017

Sandy Moser was lost after her husband passed away. A nurse, she had spent years taking care of her husband and no longer knew how to fill her days. 'When he first died it was really hard to talk to people because my voice would break,' she told CBC. Then she found theatre, which suddenly had a cathartic effect. (more...)

AND Theatre Brings 25 OPENING NIGHTS
by BWW News Desk - Mar 25, 2017

Charlotte Donohue returns home to Guthrie, PA, population 6000, for the funeral of her father. She meets her high school/college boyfriend, his niece, and a childhood mentor. As they prepare for the funeral, we discover everyone has something to bury, put to rest, or uncover. (more...)

Julius Lanoil Releases ¬"The Need to Be Needed¬"
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2017

Julius Lanoil, Pyschotherapist, Wellness Consultant, and Psychiatric Rehabilitation Specialist, adds another title to his resume: author, twice over. Lanoil is releasing his second book, 'The Need to Be Needed,' which examines his career and portrays him as a flawed, rebellious, outrageous, and insightful psychotherapist. 'The title captures my interest in the human need to feel relevant in the world and the importance of relating to that often non verbalized need to live a meaningful and satisfying life,' Lanoil said. 'This book gives unfiltered insight and reflections about my career's journey.' 'The Need to Be Needed' is uniquely told. The narrative is done through vignettes and reflections. Lanoil uses his poetic sensibilities in his prose, which gives the book a humorous and haunting nature. For more information about the book or to purchase it, you can visit here ( You can learn more about Julius Lanoil by visiting his website ( About Julius Lanoil He is the co-author of Fountain House: Creating Community in Mental Health Practice, published by Columbia University Press, and has written many articles that can be found on his website, www. He has served as the assistant director of Fountain House and an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and director of psychiatric rehabilitation at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. While there he created The Club, a unique treatment model for people with serious mental illness, and SERV, a statewide New Jersey housing program. He is also a co-founder of the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association and the first co-editor of its journal. About GWP Inc. GWP Inc., founded in 1991, is a full-service advertising agency in the heart of Montclair, NJ, and is known as 'the best Kept secret' amongst our clients with a focus in Rebranding, Rebuilding and Revitalizing businesses. Among our in-house capabilities, are online and traditional media planning and buying, video production, online marketing, TV, radio and print creative and production. GWP is a boutique agency with five divisions, working independently and/or in concert to deliver strategically sound, creatively crafted, targeted campaigns. For more information about GWP Inc., visit their website at or call 973-746-0500. (more...)

Ronald M. James Releases First Book in Sammy Shovel Detective Mystery Series
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2017

When Sammy Shovel sinks his teeth into a case - he gets to the bottom of it - no matter how many bullets are flying at him. Private Investigator, Sammy Shovel, is short, slightly overweight, balding, and he dresses like San Francisco's most squalid street people. When a supposed heist falls into his lap, Sammy jumps at the chance to make a few bucks, from an unknown victim, by stopping what appears to be a simple robbery. However, the case turns out to be different than anything he's taken on since the death of his partner. Sammy finds himself speeding through streets of San Francisco to head off another senseless murder. The events that follow are beyond his comprehension, and will change his perception of crime forever. The victim may not be as evil as it seems, but rather - a casualty of circumstances. 'An Adventurous Night' is available for purchase in both print and ebook formats. Book Details: An Adventurous Night A Sammy Shovel Novel, The Beginning. By Ronald M. James Published: March 2017 ISBN: 978-0998175621 ASIN: B06XDGRQ62 Pages: 120 Genre: Mystery, Detective About the Author: Ronald M. James was born during the great depression, and as a toddler watched WPA men build a new street, from his home's big front window. His playmates were a red rider wagon, a small black satchel and rocks. By using his imagination he had conversations with mythical street workers that bloomed into fashioned fantasies by age four. He used cardboard boxes to create fun spaces for his neighborhood playmates to enjoy and he Kept telling stories all through high school. In college he abandoned writing and studied architecture. James had a successful architectural career and retired, however he wanted to keep his creative juices fluent, so he returned to his childhood story telling days and joined a writers group. Like architecture, each day he couldn't wait to create, finish, and start new stories - like this one, 'An Adventurous Night.' For review copies, author interviews, or more information please contact: Ronald M. James Facebook: Twitter: Promo Link: (more...)

Marianne Zeimen Reveals MORE CORRUPTION
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2017

'More Corruption': a simple and strong explanation of the God's love. 'More Corruption' is the creation of published author, Marianne Zeimen, who is one of the rulers of Heaven was asked by God to write a book about Him. (more...)

Faith-Based Basketball Drama 'Slamma Jamma' Getting High Scores Among Audience
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2017


FRIDAY 5 (+1): The Stars of Belmont University Musical Theatre's 9 to 5: THE MUSICAL
by Jeffrey Ellis - Mar 24, 2017

Today, in our latest Friday 5 (+1), we introduce you to a group of Belmont University Musical Theatre leading ladies - Katie Bays, Emily Anne Ludwig, Lizzy Hinton, Cassie Donegan, Mary Kate Hughes and Katie Grogg - and their leading man, the Franklin Hart Jr. of this particular revival, Graham Trout! Remember their names, gentle readers, they are sure to impress you now over on Belmont Boulevard just as much as they are destined to dazzle critics and audiences (in theaters along other notable streets) alike in the years to come¬Ö (more...)

CHARLIE HUSTLE' & 'THE BIG HURT Reunite as MLB Analysts for FOX Sports' 2017 Season
by TV News Desk - Mar 24, 2017

Major League Baseball's all-time hits leader, three-time World Series Champion Pete Rose, and first-ballot Hall-of-Famer Frank Thomas reprise their roles as studio analysts for FOX Sports' MLB coverage in 2017. (more...)

First Annual Tampa International Fringe Festival Lineup Announced
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2017

Are you ready to Fringe? The program for the first annual Tampa International Fringe Festival has been announced! The inaugural festival will host 29 shows with nearly a hundred separate performances this year in Ybor City, over the course of four days - May 11-14, 2017. (more...)

Chamber Folk Artist Kathryn Claire to Release New Album 'Bones Will Last'
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2017

Portland, Oregon's Kathryn Claire is gearing up to celebrate the release of her fourth full-length album, Bones Will Last, a ten-track collection of chamber/folk music encompassing her classical music upbringing with her formative folk influences. (more...)

Singer-Songwriter Gayle Skidmore Hits the Road in Support of Forthcoming Album
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2017

Amsterdam-by way of San Diego, CA-based singer-songwriter Gayle Skidmore is excited to announce the release of her latest full-length, The Golden West. The album will be available nationally on Friday, April 7, 2017. (more...)

FRIDAY 5 (+1): SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY's Bailey, Sanford, Ragland and Ray-Jones
by Jeffrey Ellis - Mar 24, 2017

We managed to corner Vickie and three of her actors - Drew Sanford, Tabby Ragland and Mandy Ray-Jones - and convince them to answer our famous Friday 5 (+1) questions, giving us some insight into why they do what they do (and how they do it), as well as to offer up some suggestions about why you should make certain you don't miss their show¬Ö (more...)

by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2017

In Beverly Ligon's new book, A Preacher's Daughter ($16.49, paperback, 9781498495837; $8.99; eBook, 9781498495844) Uriah searches through her past to see where she went wrong in order to set things right, all in hope to see her mother again in heaven. As a preacher's daughter, she is raised up in the church and taught how to live a Christian life. However, during her teenage years, she turned away from her religious beliefs and succumbed to earthly desires, which led her into a life full of sex, lies, deceit, and physical and emotional abuse. After finally getting fed up with the way her life was going, Uriah finds the strength to love herself enough to make things better. Just as she progresses, she is hit with another tragic loss. Will this tragedy force her to give up on the God she was taught to believe in, or will she depend even more on Him to get her through? (more...)

Composer Robert Sirota Continues 'Bridging the Gap' Series at National Sawdust
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2017

Composer Robert Sirota is curating a new season-long series at National Sawdust (80 N 6th St). Titled Bridging the Gap, the series features concerts of chamber, choral, and solo works which Sirota has crafted to explore the student/teacher, mentor/mentee relationships between generations of composers. The concerts, all held on Sundays, include performances of works by both younger composers and the teachers who have influenced their development. Each concert is preceded by a discussion with composer mentors, mentees, and performers, led by a distinguished thought leader. (more...)

by Michael Rabice - Mar 24, 2017

A series of purported subtle exchanges and misinterpreted actions of a small Irish family form the framework for Bryan Delaney's THE SEEDBED, now on stage at Buffalo's Irish Classical Theatre. Reminiscent of the darkness found is so much of Edward Albee's family dramas, playwright Delaney creates a brooding home that on the surface seems superficially concerned about how everyone is feeling and doing, when in actuality mother, father and daughter all are acting as victims to an unspeakable incident. (more...)

'Integrated: The Lincoln Institute, Basketball, and a Vanished Tradition' is Released
by BWW News Desk - Mar 23, 2017

Basketball is a crucial aspect of the Kentucky identity, and while those outside the state primarily witness the competition as between opposing college or professional teams, high school basketball has formed a core component of the sport's presence since the establishment of the¬†Kentucky High School Athletic Association¬†(KHSAA) Boys Basketball Championship in 1918. In 1960, that championship would play host to an issue larger than simply basketball, as an all-black team (only the fourth to make it to the ¬ďSweet Sixteen¬Ē) was a serious contender. That team represented the Lincoln Institute, Kentucky's only black boarding school, and their presence spoke volumes about the changing face of education under integration. (more...)

BWW Review: Darkly Funny DRY POWDER at the Rep Lacks Much Else
by Jay Irwin - Mar 23, 2017

There's a well-known TV and Film writer who has a reputation for those quick witted, fast paced banter conversations (sometimes in the halls of the White House and sometimes while creating a social media platform. You know who I mean). And it's fun to listen to these people be more eloquent and quick than any of us could ever be in real life without a script. Now take those quick banter scenes, expand them to the length of an entire play, and pack them full to the brim with enough numbers and financial lingo that anyone outside Goldman Sachs would feel lost and what you have is Sarah Burgess' play "Dry Powder" currently playing at the Seattle Rep. (more...)

BWW Interview: Jenna Leigh Green, Michael Campayno, Ashley Kate Adams, Kate Loprest, David De Almo And Caitlin Cooke Discuss 54 LOVES YOU: A CONCERT FOR MENTAL HEALTH
by MATTHEW BLANK - Mar 22, 2017

Matt Blank shares his experiences with suicide, depression and tragedy, and sits down with the stars of the March 26 performance of 54 LOVES YOU: A CONCERT FOR MENTAL HEALTH. The evening features the best of stage and screen¬Ö and a few teen stars of our generation you just might want to see while supporting a vitally important cause. (more...)

Cher, Anjelica Huston & More Set for New Original Movies on Lifetime
by TV News Desk - Mar 22, 2017

Lifetime's mission to lead entertainment through female-centric storytelling continues with the greenlight of three new high-profile movies: Flint, starring Cher; Watcher in the Woods, starring Anjelica Huston; and I Am Elizabeth Smart featuring Elizabeth Smart as executive producer and on-screen narrator. (more...)

Gallery Henoch Presents HUMAN INTEREST, On View Thru April 1
by BWW News Desk - Mar 22, 2017

Gallery Henoch Presents HUMAN INTEREST, On View Thru April 1. (more...)

Algonquin Theater Productions presents New baseball Musical NATIONAL PASTIME
by BWW News Desk - Mar 22, 2017

This Saturday, March 25th, the baseball musical 'National Pastime' by Al Tapper and Tony Sportiello opens in Guadalajara, Mexico.  The musical, last produced by Robyn Goodman and directed by Hunter Foster at Bucks County Playhouse in 2015, tells the tale of a radio station during the Depression so desperate for ratings that they created a fictional baseball team which can't lose.  Because the games are held in Europe no one can see them.  The gimmick is so successful that the radio station and the town of Baker City Iowa is saved.  At least until Life Magazine shows up. (more...)

Cody Goulder's SPACE JUNK to Take Brelby Audiences on Incredible Ride
by BWW News Desk - Mar 22, 2017

Originally from Cave Creek Arizona, Cody Goulder's work has previously been seen on the Brelby stage with production of his short plays, Cold Breakfast and Crash Landing. (more...)

Announcing the Winners of Synchronicity Theatre's New Arts Incubator Project, STRIPPED BARE
by BWW News Desk - Mar 21, 2017

On January 30, 2017, Atlanta's Synchronicity Theatre launched a test-run of Stripped Bare, a new arts incubator project that gives artists a space to create and produce new work. Designed for early-career artists, Stripped Bare focuses on projects that emphasize words and ideas, with minimal technical elements. For this first year, the program was available by invitation only. Invitations were sent to Atlanta-based artists who had at least one paid professional credit, but had not originated or created more than five professional projects. They were asked to submit proposals. Two winning projects were selected: (more...)

Tom Hanks, Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin & More Set for 'Stand for Rights' Telethon for ACLU
by TV News Desk - Mar 21, 2017

On Friday, March 31 at 7pm EDT, Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU will stream on Facebook Live as a modern day telethon. (more...)

The Wallis Celebrates the Musical Legacy of Henry Mancini with Star-Studded Tribute on 4/1
by BWW News Desk - Mar 21, 2017

The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts celebrates the musical legacy of Henry Mancini, one of the world's greatest composers, conductors and arrangers, on Saturday, April 1, 2017. From 'Moon River' to 'The Days of Wine and Roses' to the 'Peter Gunn Theme,' the music of Henry Mancini has helped define American film and television soundtracks for nearly five decades, and earned the legendary composer four Academy Awards, twenty Grammy Awards and numerous other honors, including a U.S. Postage Stamp. The evening not only honors Henry Mancini, but also celebrates Ginny Mancini and the Mancini family with a special performance by the Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra from the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami-their first Los Angeles appearance since their move to Florida-with all proceeds benefiting the artistic, educational and outreach programs of The Wallis. (more...)

How Sweet It Is! A Jackie Gleason Toast with Bob Greenberg at Boca Black Box
by BWW News Desk - Mar 21, 2017

GEORGE BETTINGER, host of The Mom & Pop Shop, invites you to join him  for HOW SWEET IT IS! A JACKIE GLEASON TOAST, starring Friars Club comedian BOB GREENBERG & singer JIMMIE BUSH, Jr. at the Boca Black Box Center for the Arts on Thursday April 27th from 8-10pm. Fellow Friars, Bob & George have been friends for years & have worked together on many occasions. (more...)

Photo Coverage: First look at The Ohio Educational Theatre Association's ONCE ON THIS ISLAND
by Jerri Shafer - Mar 21, 2017

Once on this Island is an adaptation of novelist Rosa Guy's My Love, My Love, which is in turn inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid. The annual All-Ohio Show is one of the most exciting projects that the Ohio EdTA offers to Thespians in Ohio. Thirty-eight students from nineteen different high schools around Ohio are featured in this production.  The show rehearses over 3 long weekends before opening the State Thespian Conference. The All-Ohio show intends to provide participating students with the experience of working on an advanced level of theatrical production. Involvement in the All-Ohio show is a special honor for the participants and schools, as well as an unforgettable experience for everyone involved. (more...)

Logan Sandler's LIVE CARGO Opens In New York and LA 3/31
by Movies News Desk - Mar 21, 2017

Based on writer-director Logan Sandler's own experience growing up in and around the Bahamas, Live Cargo is a powerful meditation on love, loss and healing in a post-colonial world. (more...)

BWW Exclusive: GREY'S ANATOMY Cast Interviews & Panel Recap from Paleyfest
by Lauren Gienow - Mar 20, 2017

BWW TV had the chance to catch up with several members of the GREY'S ANATOMY cast on the Paleyfest Red Carpet and then get some scoop from the official Panel discussion. Here is a transcript of interviews with: Jerrika Hinton, Jason George, Kelly McCreary, James Pickens Jr. , Giacomo Gianniotti, Chandra Wilson, Caterina Scorsone, and Debbie Allen and some tidbits from the panel. (more...)

Carnegie Hall to Present THREE GENERATIONS Curated by Steve Reich
by BWW News Desk - Mar 20, 2017

On Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 7:30pm in Zankel Hall, Carnegie Hall will present Three Generations: Michael Gordon, David Lang, and Julia Wolfe, curated by Steve Reich as part of his 80th birthday season celebration as Carnegie Hall's Richard and Barbara Debs Composer's Chair, featuring music by Bang on a Can co-founders Gordon (Yo Shakespeare, 1992), Lang (cheating, lying, stealing, 1993/95), and Wolfe (Lick, 1994; Early That Summer, 1993). (more...)

'Not Alone on the Voyage' is Released
by BWW News Desk - Mar 20, 2017

Author Anne-Marie Jennings has released her debut novel, 'Not Alone on the Voyage,' a compelling fiction based in the Canadian Arctic. (more...)

BWW Review: Haitink Captivates Boston - Again
by Erica Miner - Mar 20, 2017

Boston Symphony Conductor Emeritus Bernard Haitink has sustained a mutually respectful relationship with the BSO and its audiences for over 40 years (more...)

BWW Review: Amanda Moresco Pays Homage to Hell's Kitchen with WHERE THE NUMBERS END; A HELL'S KITCHEN LOVE TRAGEDY
by George Brietigam - Mar 20, 2017

This Ode to Hell's Kitchen is a hazy, heartwarming, homage to the playwright's memory of the neighborhood she grew up in and once loved. (more...)

BWW Review: Jobsite Theater Presents Martin McDonagh's Quirky, Darkly Funny A SKULL IN CONNEMARA at the Shimberg
by Peter Nason - Mar 20, 2017

Pitch-perfect, pitch-black humor and fine performances bring this literal skull-bashing production to life. (more...)

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