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Review Roundup: Lemon Andersen's TOAST Opens Off-BroadwayReview Roundup: Lemon Andersen's TOAST Opens Off-Broadway
by Review Roundups - May 5, 2015

TOAST opens tonight, May 5, and runs through Sunday, May 10 at The Public Theater. Let's see what the critics had to say... (more...)

BWW Reviews: GUYS AND DOLLS at Goodspeed Opera HouseBWW Reviews: GUYS AND DOLLS at Goodspeed Opera House
by Karen Bovard - May 4, 2015

The current production of GUYS AND DOLLS at Goodspeed is infectious, fast, and smart. It does Frank Loesser's topnotch score justice, nailing the balance between vocalists and the pit orchestra, letting us enjoy both the witty lyrics and memorable tunes of so many of the best songs ever written for musical theater. (more...)

GAMING IN COLOR Documentary Coming to VOD 5/19GAMING IN COLOR Documentary Coming to VOD 5/19
by Movies News Desk - May 4, 2015

Devolver Digital Films and MidBoss are proud to announce the digital VOD release of the entertaining and informative feature documentary, Gaming In Color, which explores the queer side of gaming. (more...)

BWW Recap: The Law Gets Good Again on THE GOOD WIFEBWW Recap: The Law Gets Good Again on THE GOOD WIFE
by Jacqueline Bublitz - May 3, 2015

How are we at the end again? Surely we just started Season 6? And while we're on the topic of time doing funny things in THE GOOD WIFE universe, how is it even Season 6 in the first place? Have we really spent six whole years with Alicia Florrick? (more...)

BWW Reviews:  IF ALL THE SKY WERE PAPER Provides Emotionally Stirring Theatrical ExperienceBWW Reviews: IF ALL THE SKY WERE PAPER Provides Emotionally Stirring Theatrical Experience
by Jennifer Perry - May 23, 2015

Historian Andrew Carroll's endeavor to turn his best-selling collections of wartime letters into a theatrical piece proves to be a most satisfying theatrical experience for audiences. (more...)

Hotsy Totsy Burlesque to Pay Tribute to MAD MEN at The Slipper RoomHotsy Totsy Burlesque to Pay Tribute to MAD MEN at The Slipper Room
by BWW News Desk - May 22, 2015

Joe The Shark and Cherry Pitz Present: Hotsy Totsy Burlesque's tribute to Mad Men @ The Slipper Room on Thursday June 11th, $10, Doors 7:00 / Show at 8:00. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Uprooted Theatre Say Goodbye with Riveting SUDDENLY LAST SUMMERBWW Reviews: Uprooted Theatre Say Goodbye with Riveting SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER
by Peggy Sue Dunigan - May 21, 2015

In a fitting finale to their grand six years of acting, directing, educating and producing together, Uprooted Theatre staged Tennessee Williams' riveting Suddenly Last Summer at Next Act Theatre under the direction of company Co-Founder Dennis F. Johnson. Marti Gobel, also a Co-Founder, appeared playing the playwright's New Orleans society woman Violet Venable while also creating backstage as costume, set and scenic designer. A formidable challenge for any actor cast as Williams's commanding matriarch grieving from the death of her son, Sebastian. (more...)

Multi-dwelling Units and Consumer Communications: White-labeling the Service Provider Report 2015Multi-dwelling Units and Consumer Communications: White-labeling the Service Provider Report 2015
by BWW News Desk - May 20, 2015

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BWW Reviews: CANZONE DE MIO PADRE (SONGS MY FATHER TAUGHT ME) Was A Collection Of Italian Tenor FavouritesBWW Reviews: CANZONE DE MIO PADRE (SONGS MY FATHER TAUGHT ME) Was A Collection Of Italian Tenor Favourites
by Barry Lenny - May 18, 2015

Anybody who enjoys full throated singing, and a swirling orchestral backing, would have been as a delighted as I was. (more...)

BWW Review: When Life is Not Our Own to Live- McCasland's NEAT AND TIDYBWW Review: When Life is Not Our Own to Live- McCasland's NEAT AND TIDY
by Kristen Morale - May 18, 2015

Is it possible that the fundamental essence of who we are as people is the same, regardless of how moral or immoral our lives - how we are supposed to live and feel and how we actually do? Do all people truly want to feel loved and as though they are living instead of waiting for their lives to start - to love and be loved and not feeling like life is one gigantic waste? It is safe to say that all human beings desire these basic things that make us not only able to survive, but bring joy to our means of living each day. So what truly makes us bad people if we all seek to find life within our at times confounding need to feel our existence worthwhile? These are only some of the questions which beckon to be answer within Steven Carl McCasland's Neat and Tidy: a wonderfully heartbreaking and intriguing show of emotion which almost renders the audience a compliant child who must uncomfortably experience all that is happening before him; it is almost too powerful to explain in words, which is why I would deem this play the best, most dramatic and most beautiful that I have had the pleasure of seeing thus far. (more...)

BWW Blog: Art to Market: Taking Your Art From Easel to Market by Paul GilbertBWW Blog: Art to Market: Taking Your Art From Easel to Market by Paul Gilbert
by Guest Blogger: Paul Gilbert - May 18, 2015

Most artists are eager to showcase their art in any way possible. It is an expression of their true selves and although it shows their vulnerability, art is how they think and converse. So, here are ways on how to effectively show the world what you really feel and think. (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look at Beautiful Soup's DER KANARIENVOGEL (THE CANARY)Photo Flash: First Look at Beautiful Soup's DER KANARIENVOGEL (THE CANARY)
by BWW News Desk - May 12, 2015

DER KANARIENVOGEL (THE CANARY), a new play by Steven Carl McCasland, is running this month at New York City's Clarion Theatre. Scroll down for a first look at the cast in action! (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look at Beautiful Soup's 28 MARCHANT AVENUEPhoto Flash: First Look at Beautiful Soup's 28 MARCHANT AVENUE
by BWW News Desk - May 12, 2015

28 MARCHANT AVENUE, a new play examining five summers at The Kennedy Family's Hyannis Port compound, receives its world premiere production this month at New York City's Clarion Theatre. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast onstage below! (more...)

Photo Flash: A Three-Show Day with Kim Rogers at the Beautiful Soup Plays FestivalPhoto Flash: A Three-Show Day with Kim Rogers at the Beautiful Soup Plays Festival
by BWW News Desk - May 11, 2015

Following critically acclaimed workshop presentations, Steven Carl McCasland's plays return to NYC in a month-long festival celebrating the young playwright. Together with The Clarion Theatre, they are presenting five plays (which started May 6th, 2015) with a company of actors performing in repertory. Actress Kim Rogers, who tackles roles in 3 of the 5 plays, kept a photo journal of her first three-show day. Scroll down to check it out! (more...)

GAMING IN COLOR Documentary Explores Queer Gaming; Out on VOD, 5/19GAMING IN COLOR Documentary Explores Queer Gaming; Out on VOD, 5/19
by Movies News Desk - May 1, 2015

Devolver Digital Films and MidBoss are proud to announce the digital VOD release of the entertaining and informative feature documentary, Gaming In Color, which explores the queer side of gaming. (more...)

Andris Nelsons to Make Carnegie Hall Debut as BSO Music Director, 4/15-17Andris Nelsons to Make Carnegie Hall Debut as BSO Music Director, 4/15-17
by BWW News Desk - Mar 9, 2015

BSO Music Director Andris Nelsons will lead the Boston Symphony Orchestra in three programs at Carnegie Hall, April 15-17. For his first Carnegie Hall concert as BSO Music Director on Wednesday, April 15, Mr. Nelsons will open the program with the New York premiere of Gunther Schuller's Dreamscape, a BSO commission, inspired by a dream the composer had and featuring Schuller's characteristically kaleidoscopic mastery of the orchestra (Click here for the program note for Gunther Schuller's Dreamscape). The Schuller work will be followed by Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 27 in B-flat, K. 595, with soloist Richard Goode, an acclaimed Mozart specialist, and Richard Strauss's Ein Heldenleben. (more...)

Darts Championship to be Developed Into Reality TV PilotDarts Championship to be Developed Into Reality TV Pilot
by TV News Desk - Mar 5, 2015

Fourth annual Tournament of Champions will offer darts players $750,000 in payouts. For the fourth consecutive year, many of the best soft tip darts players in the United States will meet in Kansas City, Mo., for a chance to win as much as $20,000. But for the very first time this fall, they'll also be playing with the cameras rolling. (more...)

Ensemble Theatre to Present DETROIT '67, 3/17-4/5Ensemble Theatre to Present DETROIT '67, 3/17-4/5
by BWW News Desk - Mar 4, 2015

Dust off your eight-track stereo and join Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati for the hippest after-hours joint in town with the regional premiere of Detroit '67! Playwright Dominique Morisseau introduces audiences to a a dynamic brother and sister as they host rockin' parties and fight to keep their home (and their future) out of the ashes during the 1967 Detroit riots. Records, raids, and riveting drama take the stage for this sizzling production, playing March 17-April 5, 2015. Directed by D. Lynn Meyers. (more...)

InDepth InterView: Morgan James Talks HUNTER, NYC Concert, Viral Videos, European Tour, Dream Roles & Theatre BackgroundInDepth InterView: Morgan James Talks HUNTER, NYC Concert, Viral Videos, European Tour, Dream Roles & Theatre Background
by Pat Cerasaro - Mar 31, 2015

Today we are talking to one of the biggest stars to break out of Broadway and make a major mark on the music scene in recent years thanks to her hit album HUNTER and an ever-expanding series of incredibly impressive viral music videos, the soulful and passionate Morgan James. Discussing the impetus behind many of the selections on HUNTER as well as sharing stories of how the album all came together, James generously details the process in creating her first album of original material while looking ahead to this week's live concert event at the Highline Ballroom which will showcase many of the standouts from the album as well as some special surprises. Furthermore, James opens up about her growing series of music videos covering many classic pop and R&B songs, both vintage and brand new, as well as the worldwide acclaim she has received for them - enough to inspire a recent European tour with innovative music collective Postmodern Jukebox, as matter of fact. Plus, James gives the 411 on her theatre background and Juilliard training while also reflecting on some of her Broadway appearances in musicals such as MOTOWN, GODSPELL, THE ADDAMS FAMILY and WONDERLAND while also commenting on some dream roles she would ideally enjoy pursuing in the future, near and far. All of that, thoughts on social media, favorite albums and much, much more! (more...)

Fujitsu Introduces New Production Scanner Featuring Advanced Paper Handling Technology to Enhance Productivity and Maximize EfficiencyFujitsu Introduces New Production Scanner Featuring Advanced Paper Handling Technology to Enhance Productivity and Maximize Efficiency
by BWW News Desk - Mar 31, 2015

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Centenary Stage Company to 2015 Dance Fest, Begin. 3/26Centenary Stage Company to 2015 Dance Fest, Begin. 3/26
by BWW News Desk - Mar 3, 2015

Centenary Stage Company celebrates the art of dance in the Sitnik Theatre with a weekend full of unique performances by accomplished professional dance companies and individuals! This year's annual Dance Fest will feature the talents of Moe – tion Dance Theatre, Nai – Ni Chen and Claire Porter. These extraordinary feats of artistry will grace the Sitnik stage March 26, 28 and 29. (more...)

BWW Reviews: SLOW FALLING BIRD at Georgetown University Reflects on History and TragedyBWW Reviews: SLOW FALLING BIRD at Georgetown University Reflects on History and Tragedy
by Madison Kaigh - Mar 27, 2015

At the end of a season of "origins and migrations" the Georgetown University Theater and Performance Studies Program transports audiences to late 1990's Australia, where a diverse cast of characters struggles with loss, upheaval, and interminable drought in Slow Falling Bird (more...)

Theaterpalooza Children's Theatre Company Present BILLY BEWITCHED at Carnegie Hall, 4/1Theaterpalooza Children's Theatre Company Present BILLY BEWITCHED at Carnegie Hall, 4/1
by BWW News Desk - Mar 26, 2015

Theaterpalooza Children's Theatre Company will perform the Children's Opera, 'Billy Bewitched' at Carnegie Hall on April 1, 2015 at 8pm as well as a special Leesburg, Virginia performance onMarch 28th. (more...)

LIGHT OF THE DAMNED by F. John Hurr is Available NowLIGHT OF THE DAMNED by F. John Hurr is Available Now
by BWW News Desk - Mar 26, 2015

Through his work as a biblical scholar, F. John Hurr has spent countless hours exploring the impact both good and evil has on humanity. Now transposing his knowledge and wisdom into fiction, Hurr's debut novel, 'LIGHT OF THE DAMNED' (published by Xlibris UK), questions the existence of this unseen spiritual realm, as it tears apart an unassuming small village on the British coast. (more...)

Prohibition Productions to Host Cocktail Part Celebrating MAD MEN, 4/10Prohibition Productions to Host Cocktail Part Celebrating MAD MEN, 4/10
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2015

On Friday April 10th Prohibition Productions will present an exclusive Antique Cocktail party celebrating the final season of the 'Mad Men' TV show, and the 1960's - with live music, DJs, classic burlesque, go-go dancers, and more. The centerpiece of this special event, is a classic cocktail menu made with actual spirits from the 1960s used on the set of Mad Men - and its all at a beautiful & historic olde-world private club, The Players. The event is already selling briskly since the NY Times wrote about the event a week before tickets went on sale, or the event was even announced. (more...)

Hotsy Totsy Burlesque to Pay Tribute to the Ladies of Disney, 4/9Hotsy Totsy Burlesque to Pay Tribute to the Ladies of Disney, 4/9
by BWW News Desk - Mar 23, 2015

Cherry Pitz is your Fairy God Mother! And she wants to make everyone's dream come true, for Handsome Brad, AKA Prince Charming, is seeing all the Disney Princess loose their inhibitions and take it off! Right here and right now at the Slipper Room! (more...)

BWW Reviews:  THE HEIDI CHRONICLES Celebrates the 'Highly Informed Spectator'BWW Reviews: THE HEIDI CHRONICLES Celebrates the 'Highly Informed Spectator'
by Michael Dale - Mar 20, 2015

Pam MacKinnon directs an excellent revival of Wendy Wasserstein's landmark feminist drama. (more...)

BWW Column: Can THE BLACKLIST Continue to Delay Its Answers?BWW Column: Can THE BLACKLIST Continue to Delay Its Answers?
by Marakay Rogers - Mar 2, 2015

Fans and critics are complaining of a lack of answers on THE BLACKLIST. How have other shows managed to hold off on answers without angering viewers? An answer is easier than it may seem. (more...)

Casting Set for Beautiful Soup's Festival of Plays by Steven Carl McCasland, Beginning 5/6Casting Set for Beautiful Soup's Festival of Plays by Steven Carl McCasland, Beginning 5/6
by BWW News Desk - Mar 19, 2015

Following critically acclaimed workshop presentations, McCasland's plays will return to NYC in a month-long festival celebrating the young playwright. Together with The Clarion Theatre, they'll present six plays beginning on May 6th, 2015, with a company of actors performing in repertory. All of the plays focus on historical figures, including Laurette Taylor, Billie Holiday, Tennessee Williams, Gertrude Stein, Lillian Hellman and more. (more...)

BWW Reviews: The Gamm's Sublime THE HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES Surprises in Many WaysBWW Reviews: The Gamm's Sublime THE HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES Surprises in Many Ways
by Robert Barossi - Mar 12, 2015

There are some plays that are easily categorized. They fit a very specific label, nice and Neat and tidy. Hamlet is a tragedy. Noises Off is a comedy. There's little room for doubt or debate. On the other hand, some plays defy definition. They challenge you to put them into a category or give them a label. When that happens, you can sometimes get a muddled, confused mess that never really works. Or, as in the case of The House of Blue Leaves, currently playing at the Gamm Theatre, you get an exciting and entertaining piece of theater that surprises in part because of just how well it works. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Silverman's THE ROOMMATE Gives 39th Humana Festival a Stellar StartBWW Reviews: Silverman's THE ROOMMATE Gives 39th Humana Festival a Stellar Start
by Todd Zeigler - Mar 10, 2015

Jen Silverman's "The Roommate' is as tragic as they come - and it's a tragedy that subtly grows beNeath peals of uproarious laughter. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  KID VICTORY Haunts at Signature TheatreBWW Reviews: KID VICTORY Haunts at Signature Theatre
by Jennifer Perry - Mar 1, 2015

Let's just get right to it. There's a lot to like about much anticipated world premiere of John Kander and Greg Pierce's 'Kid Victory' at Signature Theatre. (more...)

BWW Interviews: David Ellenstein and North Coast Rep are Perfect TogetherBWW Interviews: David Ellenstein and North Coast Rep are Perfect Together
by Erica Miner - Feb 27, 2015

Artistic Director David Ellenstein in dual roles as protagonist and director (more...)

Hillbarn Theatre's 75th Anniversary Season to Feature 'FIDDLER,' 'FORUM,' THE LAST 5 YEARS & MoreHillbarn Theatre's 75th Anniversary Season to Feature 'FIDDLER,' 'FORUM,' THE LAST 5 YEARS & More
by BWW News Desk - Feb 26, 2015

Following a record-breaking 2014-15 season, Hillbarn Theatre, the Peninsula's premier community theatre company, announced last night the six productions that will comprise the lineup for its 75th Anniversary season, 'Dare to Dream.' (more...)

Review Roundup: THE NETHER Opens Off-BroadwayReview Roundup: THE NETHER Opens Off-Broadway
by Review Roundups - Feb 24, 2015

MCC Theater presents the New York premiere of Jennifer Haley's The Nether directed by Anne Kaufman. The Nether opens tonight, February 24, at the Lucille Lortel Theatre. Let's see what the critics had to say... (more...)

Bookworks Presents Shelf Awareness for ReadersBookworks Presents Shelf Awareness for Readers
by BWW News Desk - Feb 22, 2015

I recently read a book that's been selling like hotcakes: The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing(Ten Speed Press). I'd seen articles about the author, Marie Kondo--the New York Times called her 'a kind of Zen nanny'--and heard raves about the book from friends. I love the idea of tidying up, but my method has relied on Neat stacks of things and keeping all my black clothes together. But the closet is full, and I sort and re-sort piles until, manically, I toss out six months of New Yorkers, recipes and curling Post-Its. Enter Marie Kondo. (more...)

Hotsy Totsy Burlesque to Tribute GAME OF THRONES with GAME OF TASSELS, 3/12 at the Slipper RoomHotsy Totsy Burlesque to Tribute GAME OF THRONES with GAME OF TASSELS, 3/12 at the Slipper Room
by BWW News Desk - Feb 22, 2015

Cherry Pitz LOVES Game Of Thrones! Something always goes wrong when Cherry Pitz goes into her Game of Thrones frenzy. Every year at the start of the season she gets so excited that she forgets that it is just a TV show, so brace yourself, bring your dragons and welcome to Westeros! Join us in celebrating the return of George R.R. Martin's GAME OF THRONES on March 12th at The Slipper Room and find out what happened at the Home for Wayward Girls and Fallen Women! (more...)

BWW Recap: Oscar and Felix are back in THE ODD COUPLE Pilot!BWW Recap: Oscar and Felix are back in THE ODD COUPLE Pilot!
by Dylan Siegman - Feb 19, 2015

You know how the story goes: Boy gets married, other boy gets married, both marriages fall apart, both boys move in together, one boy is sloppy while the other boy is Neat, hilarious hijinks ensue. Chances are that you've seen/heard about one of the incarnations of THE ODD COUPLE, whether it was the movie starring Walter Matthau (CHARADE, GRUMPY OLD MEN) and Jack Lemmon (SOME LIKE IT HOT, GRUMPY OLD MEN), the tv series back in the 70's starring Jack Klugman (QUINCY M.E., 12 ANGRY MEN) and Tony Randall (PILLOW TALK, DOWN WITH LOVE), or the original play by Neil Simon on which all the subsequent versions were all based. Regardless, Felix Unger and Oscar Madison are back, this time played by Thomas Lennon (NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM, MEMENTO) and Matthew Perry (FRIENDS, 17 AGAIN). I find both of these actors extremely funny, so it will be interesting to see how this all pans out. Considering Perry's recent string of cancellations, he could really use a winner. (more...)

BWW Reviews: The Guthrie Theater's Magical, Mystical, Mischievous MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM Is A Midwinter DelightBWW Reviews: The Guthrie Theater's Magical, Mystical, Mischievous MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM Is A Midwinter Delight
by Jill Schafer - Feb 17, 2015

Yesterday I sat on the famous thrust stage of the Guthrie Theater and watched a bunch of soldiers, lovers, and fairies dance, sing, fly, converse, love, hate, and generally cavort around in a bare circular space. Or was it all a dream? Such is the Guthrie's latest production of perhaps Shakespeare's best loved romantic comedy, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, that after three hours of spellbinding theater, you're not quite sure if what you saw just happened, or perhaps, as Puck suggests in his epilogue, it was all just a dream. Artistic Director Joe Dowling has returned to an old favorite in his final season at the Guthrie, assembling a gorgeous and talented cast of local favorites with a few national talents thrown in. It's no wonder that he returned to this show; this MIDSUMMER is a dream of a production, with plenty of spectacle in the form of dancing, flying, singing fairies, humor in the form of typical Shakesperean hijinks, and heart in this sweet romance that ends with a Neat happily ever after. Everything about it is truly a delight. (more...)

Donald Trump Crowns Leeza Gibbons Winner of NBC's CELEBRITY APPRENCTICEDonald Trump Crowns Leeza Gibbons Winner of NBC's CELEBRITY APPRENCTICE
by TV News Desk - Feb 17, 2015

Star and executive producer, Donald J. Trump, named Leeza Gibbons as winner of season 7 of “The Celebrity Apprentice.” (more...)

Master Mixologist:  JEFF GLINER of Bowlmor AMFMaster Mixologist: JEFF GLINER of Bowlmor AMF
by Marina Kennedy - Apr 27, 2015

Jeff Gliner of Bowlmor AMF is featured this week as a Master Mixologist. (more...)

BWW Reviews: G&S FEST: HMS PINAFORE Opens The Festival of  G&SBWW Reviews: G&S FEST: HMS PINAFORE Opens The Festival of G&S
by Barry Lenny - Apr 26, 2015

Director, Peter Hopkins, who plays King Hildebrand in Princess Ida, is blessed with a first-rate cast. (more...)

Newlyweds Colin Donnell and Patti Murin to Lead Irving Berlin's HOLIDAY INN at The Muny This Summer!Newlyweds Colin Donnell and Patti Murin to Lead Irving Berlin's HOLIDAY INN at The Muny This Summer!
by BWW News Desk - Apr 23, 2015

Colin Donnell and Patti Murin, who recently starred opposite each other in Encores! LADY, BE GOOD, will return to the stage in Irving Berlin's HOLIDAY INN at The Muny in St. Louis beginning July 6, just one week after they tie the knot! (more...)

BWW Reviews: THREEPENNY OPERA at Villanova Goes Back to BrechtBWW Reviews: THREEPENNY OPERA at Villanova Goes Back to Brecht
by Marakay Rogers - Apr 23, 2015

Valerie Joyce and a fine cast go back to the roots of Brecht's THREEPENNY OPERA and uncover a feminist treasure trove (more...)

Funky Little Theater Company to Present VERONICA'S ROOM, 4/30-5/16Funky Little Theater Company to Present VERONICA'S ROOM, 4/30-5/16
by BWW News Desk - Apr 17, 2015

Funky Little Theater Company, the newest, grooviest, funkiest theatre in town, has seen the regional premiere of four productions in its short time here in Colorado Springs. FLTC is now very proud to present the first production of Veronica's Room in the Pikes Peak region in over 20 years. (more...)

BWW Reviews: ROCKY HORROR SHOW Delights Sydney Audiences With The Iconic Music and Craig McLachlan's Sass.BWW Reviews: ROCKY HORROR SHOW Delights Sydney Audiences With The Iconic Music and Craig McLachlan's Sass.
by Jade Kops - Apr 16, 2015

Cult Classic ROCKY HORROR SHOW returns to Sydney to thrill audiences with Craig McLachlan slipping back into the fishnets and suspenders. Whilst this production has been touring the country for over a year, it is finally Sydney's turn to join the hedonistic party. (more...)

Photo Flash: In Rehearsal for FIVE PLAYS BY STEVEN CARL MCCASLAND at The Clarion TheatrePhoto Flash: In Rehearsal for FIVE PLAYS BY STEVEN CARL MCCASLAND at The Clarion Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Apr 15, 2015

Five plays by Steven Carl McCasland will be presented in repertory during a month-long celebration of the young playwright. Each play focuses on a different character from history, with a cast of 25 portraying such historical figures as Laurette Taylor, Rose Kennedy, Tennessee Williams, Agatha Christie, Joseph Goebbels, Gertrude Stein, Lillian Hellman and John F. Kennedy. Performances begin May 7, 2015. BroadwayWorld has a sneak peek at the cast in rehearsal below! (more...)

BWW Reviews:  IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU is Terrifically FunnyBWW Reviews: IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU is Terrifically Funny
by Michael Dale - Apr 15, 2015

A top-shelf cast squeezes all the laughs out of Hargrove and Anselmi's wedding day musical. (more...)

NATIONAL GARLIC DAY 4/19NATIONAL GARLIC DAY 4/19
by Marina Kennedy - Apr 14, 2015

National Garlic Day is on April 19th. This versatile clove is a great seasoning for food and is also very healthy. (more...)

InDepth InterView UpDate: Jane Lynch On SEE JANE SING, GLEE Final Season, New TV Pilot ANGEL FROM HELL & MoreInDepth InterView UpDate: Jane Lynch On SEE JANE SING, GLEE Final Season, New TV Pilot ANGEL FROM HELL & More
by Pat Cerasaro - Apr 13, 2015

Today we are talking to an Emmy Award-winning stage and screen star notable for her iconic leading role on long-running musical dramedy series GLEE in addition to numerous high profile roles in films, television and Broadway - the heartfelt and hilarious Jane Lynch. Discussing all aspects of her exciting new concert tour SEE JANE SING, Lynch opens up about the songs, stories and surprises that are in store for the lucky attendees at her East Coast appearances as well as clues us in on some of the musical selections that we can anticipate enjoying with Lynch accompanied by frequent collaborator Kate Flannery as well as her band. Additionally, Lynch reflects on the final season of GLEE, noting her favorite performances and moments as well as shares her insights into the worldwide phenomenon itself and whether or not she would enjoy being involved in a reunion or future iteration of the international hit down the line. Plus, Lynch looks ahead to new projects including several feature films as well as a pilot for a brand new sitcom that very well could appear on small screens across the country as soon as this Fall. Plus, Lynch recounts stories from her hit Broadway run in ANNIE, muses on future stage roles, touches on the upcoming spate of new episodes of her Golden Globe-winning hosting gig on HOLLYWOOD GAME night and much, much more! (more...)

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