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Randy Weston Headlines Visual Art & Jazz Fair in Harlem Today, 9/8
by BWW News Desk - Sep 8, 2012

Today, September 8th, 11am - 7pm, Artist and Curator Gwendolyn Black continues her annual Visual Arts and Jazzfest 2012 with the 1st Annual Visual Arts and Jazz Outdoor Art Fair headlined by Guggenheim Fellow and NEA Jazz Master Pianist Randy Weston. (more...)

FOX Orders Second Season of Gordon Ramsay's HOTEL HELL
by TV News Desk - Sep 4, 2012

FOX has ordered a second season of HOTEL HELL, the hit Gordon Ramsay series in which the award-winning chef and hospitality expert travels the country to fix horrid hotels, awful inns and just plain bad bed and breakfasts. (more...)

Informational Mexico Manufacturing Website Launched by the Tecma Group
by BWW News Desk - Sep 24, 2013

EL PASO, Texas, Sept. 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ The El Paso, Texas-based Tecma Group of Companies recently launched a new website, which sets an industry quality standard for those individuals and companies seeking to access Mexico manufacturing information for the purpose of researching for the start-up and continuance of production and production related activities on the U.S. - Mexico border at Ciudad Juarez. (more...)

FOX and Gordon Ramsay Check Into Hotel Hell
by TV News Desk - Sep 21, 2011

FOX and Chef Gordon Ramsay have checked into HOTEL HELL (working title), a new unscripted series from Ramsay's One Potato Two Potato Inc. (more...)

One World Foundation's Successful Debut Gains Celebrity Friends
by BWW News Desk - Sep 16, 2012

The One World Foundation (http://www.oneworld-foundation.org) debut was fondly received at New York Fashion Week amongst fashion industry personalities and diverse celebrities. (more...)

The Joy Factory Launches New line of iPad Air Cases
by BWW News Desk - Oct 23, 2013

IRVINE, CA - The Joy Factory, Inc. announced today its new line of protective and stylish cases to support the introduction of the Apple iPad Air. The Joy Factory has extended its popular aXtion™ line, one of the slimmest, yet most durable cases on the market, along with the company's flagship line of SmartSuit, SmartBlazer and Folio360 Slim and Folio360 MagConnect cases to complement the iPad Air's sleeker look. (more...)

VIDEO: Preview of this Sunday's OUTBACK HUNTERS on The History Channel
by TV News Desk - Oct 23, 2012

This Sunday on OUTBACK HUNTERS, the fight against crocs takes to the sky and pilot Mick puts it all on the line. One mistake could mean he becomes the prey he's trying to save. Check out the preview below! (more...)

Martini Reports Affluent Spending Increased 20% YOY and Reveals Affluent Increased Engagement With Ads Across Categories
by BWW News Desk - Oct 22, 2013

NEW YORK, NY and SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Martini, the experts in engaging the affluent online, shared key findings from its most recent Affluent Online Shopper Index™ research study powered by comScore. The index measured the behavior and engagement levels of the online affluent audience, and found shopping activity across the wealthiest segments continued to grow. The study is a continuation of an ongoing research series in which Martini has partnered with comScore to keep steady track of affluent shopping behaviors. (more...)

Conservatory Theatre Announces New Season, Begins With A CHORUS LINE
by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2011

Point Park University's Conservatory Theatre Company will produce five works, including one world premiere, in the 2011-2012 season, which opens October 21, 2011 and runs through April 22, 2012 at the Pittsburgh Playhouse. (more...)

Submissions Now Open for Richardson Theatre Centre's Yolo Solo Festival
by BWW News Desk - Oct 16, 2013

You only live once, but you can perform your solo show about it over two weekends in January as Richardson Theatre Centre opens its 26th season with its first-ever Yolo Solo Festival, celebrating solo performances and close collaborations between playwrights and actors. The theme is "You only live once." All projects will reflect or express that theme. (more...)

Leo Rabkin's LINEAR to Open 11/30 at Luise Ross Galery
by BWW News Desk - Nov 17, 2013

Leo Rabkin's second exhibition at Luise Ross Gallery focuses on his investigation of line, one of the many facets of his oeuvre. Anyone following the long career of Leo Rabkin has been dazzled sobered and instructed by his mastery of line. His line traces the lineaments of a lively and erudite mind, giving it a physical presence. His line records touch and embraces materiality, revealing an alternately stern and playful character. The artist's use of yarn is unexpected, full of pathos and a vulnerable, earthy beauty. (more...)

Rebecca Lazier's COMING TOGETHER/ATTICA to Debut at The Invisible Dog, 6/13
by BWW News Desk - May 9, 2013

On Thursday, June 13 (7 + 9 pm) at The Invisible Dog in Brooklyn, choreographer Rebecca Lazier and indie-classical ensemble Newspeak present the first US performances of Coming Together/Attica, a site-specific setting of Frederic Rzewski's iconic minimalist scores written following the 1971 prison riots in upstate New York. Lazier's dancers are Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener (formerly of Merce Cunningham Dance Company); Asli Bulbul, most recently from Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company; Jennifer Lafferty, who is featured in the work of Beth Gill and Yasuko Yokoshi; Pierre Guilbault; and Christopher Ralph. (more...)

Richard Israel on Directing GYPSY for West Coast Ensemble
by Ellen Dostal - May 9, 2011

West Coast Ensemble and director Richard Israel get ready to for a much-anticipated GYPSY that will run May 13 - July 3 at the Theatre of Arts Arena Stage in Hollywood. (more...)

ANIKAI Dance Company to Bring THE KNOCKING WITHIN to Montreal Fringe, June 15-23
by BWW News Desk - May 28, 2013

ANIKAI Dance Company comes to Montréal for the first time to present The Knocking Within. Just coming off a tour in India, where the show played to standing-room only audiences and received rave reviews, The Knocking Within will be at the MAI, as part of the Montreal Fringe Festival, before returning to Boston for a an extended return engagement. The Knocking Within is created by performers Wendy Jehlen and Pradhuman Nayak with lighting design by Stephen Petrilli. (more...)

Primera Announces Printer Interoperability with Innovatum's ROBAR Cloud-Based Software
by BWW News Desk - May 14, 2014

ROBAR streamlines, consolidates and centralizes label formats, designs, etc., through a cloud-based system. Information can be updated or changed by a “master” operator of ROBAR and the information is then changed for any department or branch of that company anywhere in the world that has access to the internet and uses ROBAR to print their labels. This not only cuts down on administrative overhead, but also ensures the consistency and integrity of each label that is printed. This is especially important in applications where compliance labeling dictates that all labels produced are identical except for any variable information that is allowed. (more...)

Fox Network Announces Summer Programming Lineup
by TV News Desk - Mar 28, 2012

This summer, FOX heats up with the Season Nine premiere of SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE, the return of Gordon Ramsay's HELL'S KITCHEN and MASTERCHEF, plus the premiere of Ramsay's HOTEL HELL. (more...)

Blue Water Nursery Grows New Customers with High Definition LED Sign
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2014

The central Texas town of Kingsland has its own tagline: "Where the rivers flow and the bluebonnets grow." You can hardly locate it on the map, but where the mighty Colorado River meets the Llano River, you'll find a tiny unincorporated slice of Heaven where vacation homes and boat docks dot the landscape. A little under 6,000 people call Kingsland home, and all who do are enamored with the easy lifestyle and temperate weather. A top-rated retirement community, many residents enjoy spending their time fishing, swimming, watersking, biking… and gardening. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Jon Upleger, This Dancer's Life
by Jeffrey Ellis - Mar 21, 2011

In his tenth season with Nashville ballet, Jon Upleger is the very epitome of grace, class and talent, thrilling audiences with his artistry and complete devotion to his craft. 'I can't play a musical instrument so dance is my way to visually express music,' he says. (more...)

Peter Gill Returns To Cardiff To Direct Chekov's A Provincial Life
by BWW News Desk - Mar 17, 2012

Peter Gill, returns to his native city with a portrait of provincial life in 1890s Russia. Based on Chekhov's short story, A Provincial Life follows one young man's struggle to exchange his privileged position for the life of a worker. (more...)

A CHORUS LINE, THE ODD COUPLE and More Set for Seacoast Repertory Theatre's 25th Anniversary Season
by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2013

Seacoast Repertory Theatre announces its 25th Anniversary 2013 Season. After another record breaking year of performances, attendance and contributions The Rep continues to delight audiences of all ages. Given the life expectancy of a new theatre is only 5 years, Seacoast Repertory Theatre has made that mark, in strides, and as of 2013 The Rep celebrates its 25th year as the Seacoast's largest year round professional live theatre. The Rep is a gathering place for actors, musicians, fellow non-profits, and performance artists from all over the country. The success of The Rep is made possible through the generosity of its members, sponsors and patrons. Seacoast Repertory Theatre is proud to announce its 2013 Mainstage lineup. (more...)

Peter Gill Returns To Cardiff To Direct Chekov's A Provincial Life
by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2012

Peter Gill, returns to his native city with a portrait of provincial life in 1890s Russia. Based on Chekhov's short story, A Provincial Life follows one young man's struggle to exchange his privileged position for the life of a worker. (more...)

Carmen Souza's Protegid To Be Released 6/8
by BWW News Desk - Jun 8, 2010

Carmen Souza's voice purrs like kernels of corn swirling on a traditional wooden platter one moment and bursts with a perfect blue note the next. It rings like a red-hot solo and sighs like a ship-deck lament. It finds the sweet spot between Birdland and the white sands of Cape Verde, the archipelago far off the coast of West Africa (more...)

Top Ten Tony Award Moments: #7 A CHORUS LINE
by Pat Cerasaro - Jun 7, 2010

Today, we are taking a look at a clip from the 1976 Tony Awards and a performance from that season's new big hit musical A CHORUS LINE starring Donna McKechnie, Kelly Bishop, Sammy Williams, Baayork Lee, Wayne Cilento and the rest of the original cast. Singing songs by Marvin Hamlisch and Ed Kleban, performing the choreography of Michael Bennett and Bob Avian under Bennett's direction, this is Broadway at its very, very best in one of the most exciting Tony performances of all time (Well, two, really)! (more...)

BWW Reviews: A Flawless AIN'T MISBEHAVIN' Plays Washington Savoyards
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Jun 6, 2011

In an era when Waller had to enter some of the places he played by a side door, it would have been inhuman to resist completely the allure of white privilege. It's all on view in his song LOUNGIN' AT THE WALDORF, which contrasts the kind of freedom and looseness he could enjoy performing in Harlem with the stiffer, whiter milieu of the Waldorf Astoria. Nevertheless: "Ain't it swell doin' swell with the swells in the swellest hotel of them all? One of the strengths of the show is that it doesn't whitewash (if I may use that word here) this part of Waller's legacy. (more...)

Rob Ackerman, Douglas Carter Beane Join For Coconut Laksa At The Double Crown 6/21
by BWW News Desk - Jun 21, 2010

Double Crown restaurant's Chef de Cuisine, Christopher Rendell, joins forces with playwrights Theresa Rebeck (Pulitzer Finalist for Omnium Gatherum; Mauritius), Rob Ackerman (the Drama Desk Award-winning Tabletop), and Tony® nominee Douglas Carter Beane (for Xanadu; To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar) to create an original three-course menu inspired by their world premiere plays. (more...)

Conservatory Theatre Announces New Season, Begins With A CHORUS LINE
by BWW News Desk - Jun 20, 2011

Point Park University's Conservatory Theatre Company will produce five works, including one world premiere, in the 2011-2012 season, which opens October 21, 2011 and runs through April 22, 2012 at the Pittsburgh Playhouse. (more...)

InDepth InterView: Donna McKechnie - Part I
by Pat Cerasaro - Jun 18, 2010

Today, I am sharing with you Part I of my exclusive InDepth InterView with legendary Broadway star Donna McKechnie who is perhaps best known as the genius director- choreographer Michael Bennett's muse and primary interpreter as well as the originator and inspiration for the character of Cassie in A CHORUS LINE - for which she won Best Actress In A Musical at the 1976 Tony Awards - in addition to her many roles on Broadway and the West End, as well as all over the country on tours of every kind over the years. In Part I of this comprehensive chat we discuss her earliest featured roles on Broadway, working on the groundbreaking COMPANY and her thoughts on collaborators Bennett, Sondheim and Hal Prince; as well as her thoughts on the current state of Broadway, the out-of-town experience in the Golden Age and creating Cassie in A CHORUS LINE. Plus, of course, we discuss her fantastic new show and much, much more! (more...)

ANIKAI Dance Company to Bring THE KNOCKING WITHIN to Montreal Fringe, Today-23
by BWW News Desk - Jun 14, 2013

ANIKAI Dance Company comes to Montréal for the first time to present The Knocking Within. Just coming off a tour in India, where the show played to standing-room only audiences and received rave reviews, The Knocking Within will be at the MAI, as part of the Montreal Fringe Festival, before returning to Boston for a an extended return engagement. The Knocking Within is created by performers Wendy Jehlen and Pradhuman Nayak with lighting design by Stephen Petrilli. (more...)

Rebecca Lazier's COMING TOGETHER/ATTICA Debuts at The Invisible Dog Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Jun 13, 2013

Tonight, Thursday, June 13 (7 + 9 pm) at The Invisible Dog in Brooklyn, choreographer Rebecca Lazier and indie-classical ensemble Newspeak present the first US performances of Coming Together/Attica, a site-specific setting of Frederic Rzewski's iconic minimalist scores written following the 1971 prison riots in upstate New York. Lazier's dancers are Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener (formerly of Merce Cunningham Dance Company); Asli Bulbul, most recently from Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company; Jennifer Lafferty, who is featured in the work of Beth Gill and Yasuko Yokoshi; Pierre Guilbault; and Christopher Ralph. (more...)

Rebecca Lazier and Newspeak's COMING TOGETHER/ATTICA Set for Invisible Dog, Now thru 6/15
by BWW News Desk - Jun 12, 2013

Tonight, June 13 (7 + 9 pm) at The Invisible Dog in Brooklyn, choreographer Rebecca Lazier and indie-classical ensemble Newspeak present the first US performances of Coming Together/Attica, a site-specific setting of Frederic Rzewski's iconic minimalist scores written following the 1971 prison riots in upstate New York. Lazier's dancers are Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener (formerly of Merce Cunningham Dance Company); Asli Bulbul, most recently from Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company; Jennifer Lafferty, who is featured in the work of Beth Gill and Yasuko Yokoshi; Pierre Guilbault; and Christopher Ralph. (more...)

Gordon Ramsay's HOTEL HELL to Premiere on FOX 8/13
by TV News Desk - Jun 12, 2012

Gordon Ramsay opens the doors to HOTEL HELL with a two-night series premiere event Monday, Aug. 13 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) and Tuesday, Aug. 14 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (more...)

Rob Ackerman, Douglas Carter Beane Join For Coconut Laksa At The Double Crown 6/21
by BWW News Desk - Jun 11, 2010

Double Crown restaurant's Chef de Cuisine, Christopher Rendell, joins forces with playwrights Theresa Rebeck (Pulitzer Finalist for Omnium Gatherum; Mauritius), Rob Ackerman (the Drama Desk Award-winning Tabletop), and Tony® nominee Douglas Carter Beane (for Xanadu; To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar) to create an original three-course menu inspired by their world premiere plays. (more...)

Richard Israel on Directing GYPSY for West Coast Ensemble
by Ellen Dostal - Jul 3, 2011

West Coast Ensemble and director Richard Israel get ready to for a much-anticipated GYPSY that will run May 13 - July 3 at the Theatre of Arts Arena Stage in Hollywood. (more...)

BWW Reviews: THE SOUND OF MUSIC at Clarksville's Roxy Regional Theatre
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jul 16, 2011

Rodgers and Hammerstein's The Sound of Music could very well be the most-often viewed of the legendary duo's iconic works for the musical theatre, what with the seemingly endless parade of televised airings of the acclaimed 1965 film version, the frequent professional revivals of the stage show and, of course, the fondness for the piece exemplified by the multiple stagings in little theaters all over the world. The musical's lush score, its likable heroine, its vaguely historic (if largely inaccurate) retelling of a true story and all those fresh-faced youngsters singing 'Do-Re-Mi' have made The Sound of Music a favorite of musical theater fans since its 1959 debut on Broadway. (more...)

BWW Reviews: THE SECOND CITY DOES BALTIMORE at Center Stage
by Charles Shubow - Jan 28, 2011

Come to laugh so hard, you may cry! (more...)

Review - The Importance of Being Earnest: Namely You
by Ben Peltz - Jan 18, 2011

How remarkably tragic it is that the triumphant opening night of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest, perhaps the greatest comedy ever penned in the English language, was also the event that led to the author's personal downfall and eventual public and financial ruin. (more...)

Peter Gill Returns To Cardiff To Direct Chekov's A Provincial Life
by BWW News Desk - Jan 17, 2012

Peter Gill, returns to his native city with a portrait of provincial life in 1890s Russia. Based on Chekhov's short story, A Provincial Life follows one young man's struggle to exchange his privileged position for the life of a worker. (more...)

Dan Graham and Corey McCorkle Exhibit to Close Murray Guy Gallery, 2/11
by BWW News Desk - Feb 8, 2012

Murray Guy is very pleased to announce an exhibition with Dan Graham and Corey McCorkle, bringing together works that take up the design and architecture of gardens. Ranging from the folly-filled leisure grounds of an eighteenth century chateau to the 'corporate arcadias' which occupy the atriums of many post-1960s office towers, both artists engage the histories of garden architecture and its attendant fantasies of nature, enlightenment, contemplation, antiquity, leisure, and utopia. (more...)

Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall Adds 2/25 Matinee to A CHORUS LINE
by BWW News Desk - Feb 6, 2013

Due to popular demand, the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall has added a 3pm Matinee of A Chorus Line! One of the longest running Broadway shows of all time, A Chorus Line, will be at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall on February 25, 2013 at 3pm and 8pm. (more...)

FOX Announces April Launch Dates for Return of BONES, Debut of HOTEL HELL
by TV News Desk - Feb 13, 2012

On Thursday, April 5 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT), BONES returns with an expectant Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and Booth (David Boreanaz) at odds over plans for the upcoming birth of their daughter. Meanwhile, a neighborhood is on edge when remains are found in the sewer, clogging up local plumbing lines. (more...)

ASO to Celebrate Musical Legacy of Marvin Hamlisch at POPS! Concerts, 3/28-29
by BWW News Desk - Feb 12, 2014

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO) will celebrate the remarkable musical legacy of Marvin Hamlisch at its POPS! Concerts March 28, 2014, at 8:00 p.m. and March 29, 2014, at 8:00 p.m. in Atlanta Symphony Hall at the Woodruff Arts Center. (more...)

Dan Graham and Corey McCorkle Exhibit to Close Murray Guy Gallery, 2/11
by BWW News Desk - Feb 10, 2012

Murray Guy is very pleased to announce an exhibition with Dan Graham and Corey McCorkle, bringing together works that take up the design and architecture of gardens. Ranging from the folly-filled leisure grounds of an eighteenth century chateau to the 'corporate arcadias' which occupy the atriums of many post-1960s office towers, both artists engage the histories of garden architecture and its attendant fantasies of nature, enlightenment, contemplation, antiquity, leisure, and utopia. (more...)

A CHORUS LINE, THE ODD COUPLE and More Set for Seacoast Repertory Theatre's 25th Anniversary Season
by BWW News Desk - Dec 7, 2012

Seacoast Repertory Theatre announces its 25th Anniversary 2013 Season. After another record breaking year of performances, attendance and contributions The Rep continues to delight audiences of all ages. Given the life expectancy of a new theatre is only 5 years, Seacoast Repertory Theatre has made that mark, in strides, and as of 2013 The Rep celebrates its 25th year as the Seacoast's largest year round professional live theatre. The Rep is a gathering place for actors, musicians, fellow non-profits, and performance artists from all over the country. The success of The Rep is made possible through the generosity of its members, sponsors and patrons. Seacoast Repertory Theatre is proud to announce its 2013 Mainstage lineup. (more...)

FLASH SPECIAL: A Marvin Hamlisch Memorial
by Pat Cerasaro - Aug 8, 2012

One of the most revered and recognizable Broadway and Hollywood composers of the last fifty years passed away suddenly at the age of 68 yesterday - Marvin Hamlisch. Today we will celebrate his life with a collection of some of the most memorable and history-making clips culled from his many endeavors over his rich forty-year career. Carly Simon once comically recounted that when she first met Marvin Hamlisch on the day he played her what would become one of her biggest hits, the theme song for the 1977 James Bond film THE SPY WHO LOVED ME, "Nobody Does It Better", she had also arranged a meeting with a new lawyer and when she answered the door at her home "it was a toss-up" which would arrive first - it turned out to be Hamlisch, yet she didn't realize it until the unassuming figure sat down at the piano and began to play. Such was the relatability and likeability of not only the man, but his music, and, also, that story acts as a reminder of the folksiness for which Hamlisch was known by his many famous friends (Liza Minnelli and Barbra Streisand included) and one of the contributing factors to him becoming not only a respected, admired and highly-awarded composer and conductor, but also a household name along the lines of Leonard Bernstein, Richard Rodgers, Irving Berlin and Cole Porter; which came as a result of his apparent ubiquity in the 1970s, appearing everywhere from THE TONIGHT SHOW to the Academy Awards, Tony Awards, TV specials and beyond. Indeed, the 1970s were definitely Hamlisch's career peak, kicking off the decade in a big way by conducting LIZA WITH A Z, directed by Bob Fosse - the greatest TV concert ever, hands down. Of course, he had contributed solid work on Broadway (FUNNY GIRL, SEESAW) and in Hollywood (THE SWIMMER, TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN) from the age of 19 on when he got his first break after being discovered while playing piano at parties following his Juilliard graduation, but the 1970s were when Hamlisch mastered seemingly all mediums, all at once. Following his success scoring Woody Allen films and many others, arranging countless albums and concerts and capping it off with conducting LIZA WITH A Z, in 1973 Hamlisch quite quickly found Oscar gold with his Scott Joplin score adaptation for THE STING as well as his double-win that same night for original score and song for THE WAY WE WERE - having won three Oscars in one ceremony that evening, Hamlisch later made history again by going on to become only the second individual in history to be a PEGOT recipient (the other being Richard Rodgers); that is, he possessed the Pulitzer Prize, Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony - and, in 1975 he even managed to somehow top his own prior unprecedented success. (more...)

Broadway Lights to Dim Tomorrow in Memory of Marvin Hamlisch
by BWW News Desk - Aug 7, 2012

The Broadway community mourns the loss of celebrated composer, performer, arranger, musical coordinator, orchestrator, and musical supervisor, Marvin Hamlisch, who passed away yesterday at age 68. The marquees of Broadway theatres in New York will be dimmed in his memory on Wednesday, August 8th, at exactly 8:00 p.m. for one minute. (more...)

Randy Weston Headlines Visual Art & Jazz Fair in Harlem, 9/8
by BWW News Desk - Aug 24, 2012

On Saturday, September 8th, 11am - 7pm, Artist and Curator Gwendolyn Black continues her annual Visual Arts and Jazzfest 2012 with the 1st Annual Visual Arts and Jazz Outdoor Art Fair headlined by Guggenheim Fellow and NEA Jazz Master Pianist Randy Weston. (more...)

BWW Review: 37 Years Later, A CHORUS LINE Still Has Legs
by Jeff Davis - Aug 23, 2012

A CHORUS LINE at The Palace Theatre in Georgetown is a thrilling, gripping, highly entertaining masterpiece and a fitting tribute to the late Michael Bennett and Marvin Hamlisch. This show is truly a singular sensation. (more...)

Gordon Ramsay's HOTEL HELL Premieres on FOX Tonight, 8/13
by TV News Desk - Aug 13, 2012

Gordon Ramsay opens the doors to HOTEL HELL with a two-night series premiere event tonight, Aug. 13 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) and Tuesday, Aug. 14 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (more...)

Rebecca Lazier and Newspeak's COMING TOGETHER/ATTICA Set for Invisible Dog, 6/13-15
by BWW News Desk - Apr 17, 2013

On Thursday, June 13 (7 + 9 pm) at The Invisible Dog in Brooklyn, choreographer Rebecca Lazier and indie-classical ensemble Newspeak present the first US performances of Coming Together/Attica, a site-specific setting of Frederic Rzewski's iconic minimalist scores written following the 1971 prison riots in upstate New York. Lazier's dancers are Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener (formerly of Merce Cunningham Dance Company); Asli Bulbul, most recently from Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company; Jennifer Lafferty, who is featured in the work of Beth Gill and Yasuko Yokoshi; Pierre Guilbault; and Christopher Ralph. (more...)

BWW Blog: Josh Grisetti of PETER AND THE STARCATCHER - Finding Prawn Part 1
by Guest Blogger: Josh Grisetti - Apr 1, 2013

When the producers of PETER AND THE STARCATCHER called and offered me the role of 'Fighting Prawn' in the new off-Broadway company, I had the same reaction that you're having right now. 'Who is Fighting Prawn?' (more...)

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