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SISTAS: The Musical Previews Tonight at St. Luke'sSISTAS: The Musical Previews Tonight at St. Luke's
by BWW News Desk - Sep 29, 2011

Hinton Battle returns this season as a producer on SISTAS: The Musical, written by Fulbright Scholar and Columbia University Professor Dr. Dorothy Marsic. (more...)

Nobody's Business Theatre Brings REDHEADED STEPCHILD to United Solo Festival, 11/9Nobody's Business Theatre Brings REDHEADED STEPCHILD to United Solo Festival, 11/9
by BWW News Desk - Sep 27, 2012

Toronto indie-theatre company Nobody's Business Theatre brings its hit solo show Redheaded Stepchild to Theatre ROW for a special one-night-only performance as part of the United Solo festival. This award-winning production has played to sold-out audiences throughout Canada. (more...)

Callaway, Love, Graham, Carroll, SONDHEIM UNPLUGGED and More to Play 54 Below This WeekCallaway, Love, Graham, Carroll, SONDHEIM UNPLUGGED and More to Play 54 Below This Week
by BWW News Desk - Sep 24, 2012

Coming up this week, 54 BELOW, the new performance venue located just below the legendary Studio 54 at 254 West 54th Street, presents some of the brightest stars from Broadway, rock-n-roll, the jazz world and the downtown scene, including Ann Hampton Callaway, Darlene Love, Janis Siegel, Barbara Carroll, Nathan Lee Graham and more! (more...)

The Joyce Theater Announces 2011-2012 Fall / Winter SeasonThe Joyce Theater Announces 2011-2012 Fall / Winter Season
by BWW News Desk - Sep 19, 2011

The Joyce Theater today announced the programming for its 2011?2012 Fall/Winter Season that includes an eclectic mix of international companies and encompasses a range of dance artists and styles. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Hair-Hoppin' Questions for LU's HAIRSPRAY Cast - The Nicest Kids in Town, Part VBWW Interviews: Hair-Hoppin' Questions for LU's HAIRSPRAY Cast - The Nicest Kids in Town, Part V
by Jeffrey Ellis - Oct 31, 2011

Even before they hit the stage for Lipscomb University Theatre's production of Hairspray, it's pretty clear that cast members Renna Taylor, Nicolette Carney, Justin Boyd, Darius Cal and Carolanne Deaton truly are 'the nicest kids in town.' Bringing the hit musical to life for Nashville audiences, which will include a large contingent of alumni in town for homecoming (Hairspray runs November 3-6 in Collins Auditorium on the David Lipscomb University campus), the large ensemble of more than 40 actors are hard at work, sharpening their skills, running lines, rehearsing like it's Nobody's Business and immersing themselves in plenty of 1960s pop culture and nostalgia. (more...)

NOBODY'S BUSINESS, FUNK SWEET! and More Set for Undertoe Dance Project in New York, 11/20-24NOBODY'S BUSINESS, FUNK SWEET! and More Set for Undertoe Dance Project in New York, 11/20-24
by BWW News Desk - Oct 30, 2013

Undertoe Dance Project announces its New York Season, with performances and educational programming from November 20-24, 2013 at 14th Street Y, 344 E. 14th Street (between 1st and 2nd Avenues), NYC. Performances: Wednesday - Saturday at 8pm; Saturday and Sunday at 3pm. (more...)

Nobody's Business Trio Returns to the Iridium, 12/5Nobody's Business Trio Returns to the Iridium, 12/5
by BWW News Desk - Oct 29, 2012

Nobody's Business Trio returns to Broadway's Iridium with two holiday shows on December 5, 2012 at 8:00 pm and 10:00 pm. (more...)

STAGE TUBE: HAIRSPRAY from Lipscomb University TheatreSTAGE TUBE: HAIRSPRAY from Lipscomb University Theatre
by Jeffrey Ellis - Oct 29, 2011

Bringing the hit musical to life for Nashville audiences, which will include a large contingent of alumni in town for homecoming (Hairspray runs November 3-6 in Collins Auditorium on the David Lipscomb University campus), the large ensemble of more than 40 actors are hard at work, sharpening their skills, running lines, rehearsing like it's Nobody's Business and immersing themselves in plenty of 1960s pop culture and nostalgia. (more...)

FLASH SPECIAL: DANCING WITH THE STARS Quicksteps & Cha-Chas Into Broadway WeekFLASH SPECIAL: DANCING WITH THE STARS Quicksteps & Cha-Chas Into Broadway Week
by Pat Cerasaro - Oct 28, 2011

While GLEE is on hiatus until its long-awaited return on November 1 and X-FACTOR was pre-empted and moved around as a result of the World Series games, DANCING WITH THE STARS has kept up the Broadway quotient on prime time TV in the interim in a major way thanks to this week's two-night Great White Way salute featuring Tony-winner and Emmy-winner Kristin Chenoweth. Fan favorites J.R. Martinez and his partner Karina Smirnoff made their mark with CHICAGO'S sizzling "Hot Honey Rag" and this week's InDepth InterView participant Ricki Lake - along with her partner, show favorite Derek Hough - made a splash with a rollicking "The Lady Is A Tramp" from Frank Loesser's classic score for GUYS & DOLLS, and even Nancy Grace got into the snazzy act with a spirited and jolly "Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life" from SPAMALOT with her partner Tristan MacManus. Yet, some groups fared less well - Chaz Bono and Lacey Schwimmer failed to find the music or the magic of the night with "The Phantom Of The Opera" and they were sent home on Wednesday as a result (penguin critiques and Cher tweets notwithstanding). And, so, too, did Hope Solo and show-standout Maksim Chmerkovskiy falter with their less than impassioned performance of an outright odd head-scratcher of a quickstep song selection, RENT's "Seasons Of Love". Yet, on the ever-improving side of things reside Rob Kardashian and Cheryl Burke, who managed to bring some JERSEY BOYS-esque swagger to The Four Seasons smash "Walk Like A Man" from the Tony-winning musical revue. Additionally, David Arquette and Kym Johnson ended up somewhere in the middle, with a somewhat tentative treatment of the GREASE warhorse "We Go Together", which still managed to minisculely evoke John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John in the movie. While some stars certainly shone much brighter than others - J.R. and Ricki undoubtedly seem to be battling it out for top honors - Broadway Week on DANCING WITH THE STARS was generally a resounding success for many concerned. And, that's not even mentioning the spectacular group performance mash-up of "Hey, Big Spender" from SWEET CHARITY and "Money, Money" from CABARET (choreographed by Kevin Maher); Kenny Ortega's specialty number encompassing three famous theatrical standards, specially designed for HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL and IN THE HEIGHTS star Corbin Bleu; or - most of all - Kristin Chenoweth's two stupendous star turns; first, singing a song she made famous for a whole new generation alongside Lea Michele on GLEE - the classic Kander & Ebb CABARET's "Maybe This Time"; which was followed by MY FAIR LADY's 'I Could Have Danced All Night' - and, on the second night, performing the title track from her new solo album, SOME LESSONS LEARNED. Broadway stars to dancing stars to reality stars and beyond, Broadway Week on DANCING WITH THE STARS managed to sparkle and shine with panache. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Hair-Hoppin' Questions for LU's HAIRSPRAY Cast: The Nicest Kids in Town, Part IVBWW Interviews: Hair-Hoppin' Questions for LU's HAIRSPRAY Cast: The Nicest Kids in Town, Part IV
by Jeffrey Ellis - Oct 28, 2011

Even before they hit the stage for Lipscomb University Theatre's production of Hairspray, it's pretty clear that cast members Jamin Craig, Leslie Marberry, Ashley Cobb, Graf Thurman and Mike Knox truly are 'the nicest kids in town.' Bringing the hit musical to life for Nashville audiences, which will include a large contingent of alumni in town for homecoming (Hairspray runs November 3-6 in Collins Auditorium on the David Lipscomb University campus), the large ensemble of more than 40 actors are hard at work, sharpening their skills, running lines, rehearsing like it's Nobody's Business and immersing themselves in plenty of 1960s pop culture and nostalgia. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Roxy's ROCKY HORROR SHOW May Be My Very Favorite EverBWW Reviews: Roxy's ROCKY HORROR SHOW May Be My Very Favorite Ever
by Jeffrey Ellis - Oct 27, 2012

...The best production I've seen in these here parts is the one that's currently onstage at The Roxy Regional Theatre, starring Matt Varelia as Frank N. Furter, Ryan Bowie as Riff-Raff, and Rob Rodems and Kaitlin Doughty as Brad Majors (asshole!) and Janet Weiss (slut!) that's just about as good as it gets. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Hair-Hoppin' Questions for LU's HAIRSPRAY Cast: The Nicest Kids in Town, Part IIIBWW Interviews: Hair-Hoppin' Questions for LU's HAIRSPRAY Cast: The Nicest Kids in Town, Part III
by Jeffrey Ellis - Oct 27, 2011

Even before they hit the stage for Lipscomb University Theatre's production of Hairspray, it's pretty clear that cast members Nick Hogan, Tyler Ashley, Shelby Smith, Virginia Lodholtz and Day Day Wells truly are 'the nicest kids in town.' Bringing the hit musical to life for Nashville audiences, which will include a large contingent of alumni in town for homecoming (Hairspray runs November 3-6 in Collins Auditorium on the David Lipscomb University campus), the large ensemble of more than 40 actors are hard at work, sharpening their skills, running lines, rehearsing like it's Nobody's Business and immersing themselves in plenty of 1960s pop culture and nostalgia. (more...)

Hair-Hoppin' Questions for LU's HAIRSPRAY Cast: The Nicest Kids in Town, Part IIHair-Hoppin' Questions for LU's HAIRSPRAY Cast: The Nicest Kids in Town, Part II
by Jeffrey Ellis - Oct 25, 2011

Even before they hit the stage for Lipscomb University Theatre's production of Hairspray, it's pretty clear that cast members Justin Tays, Luciano Vignola, Jared Martin and Sydni Hayes truly are 'the nicest kids in town.' (more...)

Some Hair-hoppin' Questions for LU's HAIRSPRAY Cast: The Nicest Kids in Town, Part ISome Hair-hoppin' Questions for LU's HAIRSPRAY Cast: The Nicest Kids in Town, Part I
by Jeffrey Ellis - Oct 24, 2011

Without a doubt - and even before they take to the stage in Lipscomb University Theatre's production of Hairspray - it's pretty clear that the production's cast members are truly 'the nicest kids in town.' Bringing the hit musical to life for local audiences, which will include a large contingent of alumni in town for homecoming at the Nashville university (Hairspray runs November 3-6 in Collins Auditorium on the Lipscomb campus), the large ensemble of more than 40 actors are hard at work, sharpening their skills, running lines and rehearsing like it's Nobody's Business. And their spirit and energy is palpable! (more...)

SISTAS: THE MUSICAL Opens 10/23 at St. Luke's TheatreSISTAS: THE MUSICAL Opens 10/23 at St. Luke's Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Oct 23, 2011

Three-time Tony Award winner Hinton Battle is never far from his first love, Broadway. He returns this season as a producer on this Musical written by Fulbright Scholar and Columbia University Professor Dr. Dorothy Marsic. (more...)

Nobody's Business Theatre Brings REDHEADED STEPCHILD to United Solo Festival Tonight, 11/9Nobody's Business Theatre Brings REDHEADED STEPCHILD to United Solo Festival Tonight, 11/9
by BWW News Desk - Nov 9, 2012

Toronto indie-theatre company Nobody's Business Theatre brings its hit solo show Redheaded Stepchild to Theatre ROW for a special one-night-only performance as part of the United Solo festival. This award-winning production has played to sold-out audiences throughout Canada. (more...)

Nobody's Business Trio Brings HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS to Metropolitan Room, 12/15Nobody's Business Trio Brings HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS to Metropolitan Room, 12/15
by BWW News Desk - Nov 8, 2012

Nobody's Business Trio will warm up the Metropolitan Room on December 15, 2012, at 9:30 pm as they invite you "Home for the Holidays." Cold wintry weather can wait out by the curb while hearts inside alternately melt and dance. Vocalists Alecia Evans, Cadden Jones and Linda Sue Moshier comprise an entrancing unique ensemble that electrifies audiences with its astonishing range of harmonization. The group's unparalleled sound derives from an uncommon blend of an opera singer, a pop singer and a jazz singer. (more...)

NOBODY'S BUSINESS, FUNK SWEET! and More Set for Undertoe Dance Project in New York, 11/20-24NOBODY'S BUSINESS, FUNK SWEET! and More Set for Undertoe Dance Project in New York, 11/20-24
by BWW News Desk - Nov 19, 2013

Undertoe Dance Project announces its New York Season, with performances and educational programming from November 20-24, 2013 at 14th Street Y, 344 E. 14th Street (between 1st and 2nd Avenues), NYC. Performances: Today - Saturday at 8pm; Saturday and Sunday at 3pm. (more...)

BWW Reviews: WHITE CHRISTMAS: Nostalgic, Sentimental, Romantic AND an Irving Berlin ScoreBWW Reviews: WHITE CHRISTMAS: Nostalgic, Sentimental, Romantic AND an Irving Berlin Score
by Jeffrey Ellis - Nov 14, 2012

You would have to be some sort of modern-day Ebenezer Scrooge-mean and spiteful, unfeeling and cold-not to be totally captivated by Irving Berlin's White Christmas, the exuberant stage musical based on the classic holiday film that many hold dear and now onstage at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center's Andrew Jackson Hall through Sunday, November 18. (more...)

Camille A. Brown & Dancers Return To The Joyce TheaterCamille A. Brown & Dancers Return To The Joyce Theater
by BWW News Desk - Nov 14, 2011

A huge hit at The Joyce in 2010, Camille A. Brown & Dancers return to The Joyce Theater from January 27-29, 2012 with 'The Groove To Nobody's Business' and 'Been There, Done That,' a duet filled with 'Brown's considerable and effortless humor (The Boston Globe),' among other works. (more...)

Ann Hampton Callaway Performs with Jazz Band Classic in the Allen Room, 5/23Ann Hampton Callaway Performs with Jazz Band Classic in the Allen Room, 5/23
by BWW News Desk - May 3, 2012

The New York Youth Symphony's Jazz Band Classic concludes its tenth season on Wednesday, May 23, 2009, at 7:30pm with "Sounds From The City," featuring soloist Ann Hampton Callaway at The Allen Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Under the direction of Matt Holman, director, the group will perform songs from New York City with music by Duke Ellington, George Gershwin, and Frank Sinatra, as well as a big band salute to Broadway. The Adjacent Possible by Evan Weiss, commissioned through the New York Youth Symphony's acclaimed First Music program, will receive its world premiere. (more...)

Ann Hampton Callaway Performs with Jazz Band Classic in the Allen Room Tonight, 5/23Ann Hampton Callaway Performs with Jazz Band Classic in the Allen Room Tonight, 5/23
by BWW News Desk - May 23, 2012

The New York Youth Symphony's Jazz Band Classic concludes its tenth season tonight, May 23, 2009, at 7:30pm with "Sounds From The City," featuring soloist Ann Hampton Callaway at The Allen Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Under the direction of Matt Holman, director, the group will perform songs from New York City with music by Duke Ellington, George Gershwin, and Frank Sinatra, as well as a big band salute to Broadway. The Adjacent Possible by Evan Weiss, commissioned through the New York Youth Symphony's acclaimed First Music program, will receive its world premiere. (more...)

BC Beat at Cielo Features Works by Choreographers Richard J. Hinds, Camille A. Brown and More, 5/21BC Beat at Cielo Features Works by Choreographers Richard J. Hinds, Camille A. Brown and More, 5/21
by BWW News Desk - May 21, 2012

Tonight, May 21, 2012 marks the third production of BC Beat at Cielo (18 Little West 12thStreet). Produced by Jennifer Jancuska and The BringAbout Productions, BC Beat offers the Broadway and dance communities another unique and exciting way to experience dance. Focused on storytelling and set in a club with the best sound system in NYC, BC Beat will feature new work by eight highly anticipated choreographers from genres including musical theatre, contemporary, jazz and tap. Smack in the middle of the club, with the audience surrounding the sunken stage and close enough to touch the dancers, choreographers will present their unique way of storytelling and vision for Broadway's future. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Take Two for Street Theatre Company's Impressive Staging of THE LAST FIVE YEARSBWW Reviews: Take Two for Street Theatre Company's Impressive Staging of THE LAST FIVE YEARS
by Jeffrey Ellis - May 20, 2012

Directed by Lauren Shouse, Street Theatre Company's production is unique in its casting: Cori and Tyson Laemmel play Cathy and Jamie for the final two weekends of the run, while Kacie Phillips and Ryan Greenawalt opened, to essentially unanimous and deserved acclaim, in the roles for the first two weekends. But here's an intriguing thought: How different would the show be if Cori Laemmel were paired with Ryan Greenawalt and Kacie Phillips played opposite Tyson Laemmel? It's staggering, isn't it? (more...)

BC Beat at Cielo to Feature Works by Choreographers Richard J. Hinds, Camille A. Brown and More, 5/21BC Beat at Cielo to Feature Works by Choreographers Richard J. Hinds, Camille A. Brown and More, 5/21
by BWW News Desk - May 13, 2012

Monday May 21, 2012 marks the third production of BC Beat at Cielo (18 Little West 12thStreet). Produced by Jennifer Jancuska and The BringAbout Productions, BC Beat offers the Broadway and dance communities another unique and exciting way to experience dance. Focused on storytelling and set in a club with the best sound system in NYC, BC Beat will feature new work by eight highly anticipated choreographers from genres including musical theatre, contemporary, jazz and tap. Smack in the middle of the club, with the audience surrounding the sunken stage and close enough to touch the dancers, choreographers will present their unique way of storytelling and vision for Broadway's future. (more...)

Valerie Wilson Wesley Pens Paranormal NovelValerie Wilson Wesley Pens Paranormal Novel
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2013

Renowned New Jersey mystery writer and children's book author, Valerie Wilson Wesley, writing under the pen name Savanna Welles, has unleashed her latest offering, When the Night Whispers (St. Martin's Press: Feb. 5, 2013), - a stunner she calls a "paranormal love story." 'I love to write mysteries but found this genre an enjoyable challenge as well," Ms. Wesley states regarding her venture into the paranormal. "All good stories are dependent upon strong characters and intriguing plots, but in this one, I had to make the unbelievable appear believableand that was no small thing.' (more...)

Elliot Shoenman's A HEAP OF LIVIN' to Premiere at Odyssey Theatre, 2/8Elliot Shoenman's A HEAP OF LIVIN' to Premiere at Odyssey Theatre, 2/8
by BWW News Desk - Mar 16, 2013

Playwright, and Emmy Award winner, Elliot Shoenman will return to the Odyssey Theatre with his newest play A Heap Of Livin', which includes original music by David Shire (Oscar/Grammy Award, multiple Tony/Emmy noms). Elliot's work, the Ovation Award nominated AfterMath, starring Annie Potts, played to sold-out houses at the Odyssey last season, launched by the Inkwell Theater. (more...)

The Kitchen to Present NY Premiere of MR. TOL E. RANCE, 4/2-6The Kitchen to Present NY Premiere of MR. TOL E. RANCE, 4/2-6
by BWW News Desk - Mar 12, 2013

From Tuesday to Saturday, April 2-6, 2013, The Kitchen presents the New York premiere of choreographer Camille A. Brown's Mr.TOL E. RAncE. Inspired by Spike Lee's controversial film Bamboozled and Mel Watkins' book On The Real Side: Laughing, Lying, And Signifying - The Underground Tradition of African American Humor that Transformed American Culture, from Slavery to Chris Rock, Brown's ensemble piece celebrates the humor and perseverance of the black performer while examining the stereotypes that persist in popular black culture. Mr. TOL E. RancE is performed by Brown and her company: Juel D. Lane, Mayte Natalio, Waldean Nelson, Mora-Amina Parker, Willie 'Tre' Smith III and KeonThoulouis, and features original music, which will be played live by Scott Patterson. (more...)

BWW Interviews: KAY AYERS Tackles This Week's FRIDAY FIVEBWW Interviews: KAY AYERS Tackles This Week's FRIDAY FIVE
by Jeffrey Ellis - Mar 1, 2012

Today's spotlight falls upon Kay Ayers, one of Nashville's favorite and most versatile actresses, who this weekend completes her run as Melpomene in Boiler Room Theatre's production of Xanadu, in which she delivers a "deliciously wicked" performance (paired with Julie Brown-of "The Homecoming Queen's Got a Gun" fame-doppelganger Jordan Tudor), which allows her to show off her gorgeous voice and her dead-on comic timing. (more...)

Nobody's Business Trio Returns to Broadway's Iridium Jazz Club, 6/27Nobody's Business Trio Returns to Broadway's Iridium Jazz Club, 6/27
by BWW News Desk - Jun 5, 2012

Nobody's Business Trio kicks off the summer concert season with their return to the New York stage with two shows at Broadway's Iridium Jazz Club on June 27th, 2012 at 8 and 10PM. Performers Alecia Evans, Cadden Jones, and Linda Sue Moshier reunite to mix their distinct vocal stylings of jazz, pop and opera to breathe new life into Broadway's famed hits. (more...)

Nobody's Business Trio Returns to Broadway's Iridium Jazz Club Tonight, 6/27Nobody's Business Trio Returns to Broadway's Iridium Jazz Club Tonight, 6/27
by BWW News Desk - Jun 27, 2012

Nobody's Business Trio kicks off the summer concert season with their return to the New York stage with two shows at Broadway's Iridium Jazz Club tonight, June 27th, 2012 at 8 and 10PM. Performers Alecia Evans, Cadden Jones, and Linda Sue Moshier reunite to mix their distinct vocal stylings of jazz, pop and opera to breathe new life into Broadway's famed hits. (more...)

CABARET LIFE NYC: On the Eve of the Long Island Al Jolson Festival - The Confessions and Observations of a Jolson FanaticCABARET LIFE NYC: On the Eve of the Long Island Al Jolson Festival - The Confessions and Observations of a Jolson Fanatic
by Stephen Hanks - Jul 28, 2012

In preparation for the All-Day Long Island Al Jolson Festival (in Oceanside, NY) on Saturday, August 18, BroadwayWorld.com cabaret columnist Stephen Hanks offers his take on what made the 'World's Greatest Entertainer' so great, and muses about the reasons as to why he is such a devotee of the man who once owned Broadway and starred in the first talking picture. (more...)

BWW Interviews: DEBUT OF THE MONTH: BRING IT ON's Warren & LoudermanBWW Interviews: DEBUT OF THE MONTH: BRING IT ON's Warren & Louderman
by Caryn Robbins - Jul 25, 2012

The talented actresses chatted with BWW about how they manage to sing, dance, act and perform high-flying acrobatic stunts in this new, exciting Broadway production. (more...)

BWW Reviews: King of Pop is 'IMMORTAL' in Cirque du Soleil Arena TourBWW Reviews: King of Pop is 'IMMORTAL' in Cirque du Soleil Arena Tour
by Michael L. Quintos - Jan 31, 2012

It seems eerie yet fitting that the Los Angeles stop of Cirque du Soleil's MICHAEL JACKSON: THE IMMORTAL WORLD TOUR took place over the weekend at none other than the Staples Center in Los Angeles. It is, after all, the very same venue where Jackson held rehearsals for his planned 2009 World Tour 'This Is It' before passing away rather suddenly in June of that year. Days later, the venue then also served as host to the pop star's public memorial service watched by millions around the world on live television. So to see this extravagant, dance-heavy, visually-arresting tribute to the King of Pop here makes absolute perfect sense. (more...)

Camille A. Brown & Dancers Return To The Joyce TheaterCamille A. Brown & Dancers Return To The Joyce Theater
by BWW News Desk - Jan 27, 2012

A huge hit at The Joyce in 2010, Camille A. Brown & Dancers return to The Joyce Theater from January 27-29, 2012 with 'The Groove To Nobody's Business' and 'Been There, Done That,' a duet filled with 'Brown's considerable and effortless humor (The Boston Globe),' among other works. (more...)

Elliot Shoenman's A HEAP OF LIVIN' to Premiere at Odyssey Theatre, 2/8Elliot Shoenman's A HEAP OF LIVIN' to Premiere at Odyssey Theatre, 2/8
by BWW News Desk - Jan 22, 2013

Playwright, and Emmy Award winner, Elliot Shoenman will return to the Odyssey Theatre with his newest play A Heap Of Livin', which includes original music by David Shire (Oscar/Grammy Award, multiple Tony/Emmy noms). Elliot's work, the Ovation Award nominated AfterMath, starring Annie Potts, played to sold-out houses at the Odyssey last season, launched by the Inkwell Theater. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Music Marches To The Fore In The Paramount's Postcard-Pretty THE MUSIC MANBWW Reviews: Music Marches To The Fore In The Paramount's Postcard-Pretty THE MUSIC MAN
by Paul W. Thompson - Jan 20, 2013

In the Paramount's production, directed and choregraphed by Rachel Rockwell, the show lives and breathes in the very music that a con man and flim-flam artist, "Professor Harold Hill," uses to sell band instruments, uniforms and instruction booklets to the parents of young boys he knows he cannot really teach. Music is everywhere,... (more...)

Elliot Shoenman's A HEAP OF LIVIN' Premieres at Odyssey Theatre TonightElliot Shoenman's A HEAP OF LIVIN' Premieres at Odyssey Theatre Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Feb 8, 2013

Playwright, and Emmy Award winner, Elliot Shoenman will return to the Odyssey Theatre with his newest play A Heap Of Livin', which includes original music by David Shire (Oscar/Grammy Award, multiple Tony/Emmy noms). Elliot's work, the Ovation Award nominated AfterMath, starring Annie Potts, played to sold-out houses at the Odyssey last season, launched by the Inkwell Theater. (more...)

Taj Mahal's COMPLETE COLUMBIA ALBUMS COLLECTION Released TodayTaj Mahal's COMPLETE COLUMBIA ALBUMS COLLECTION Released Today
by BWW News Desk - Feb 5, 2013

The career of American bluesman, roots radical, and pioneer of world music Taj Mahal is set to be celebrated next year with the release of THE COMPLETE COLUMBIA ALBUMS COLLECTION. (more...)

Thirsty Girl Productions Announces Upcoming Events at Feinstein's: Molly Pope, Natalie Joy Johnson and MoreThirsty Girl Productions Announces Upcoming Events at Feinstein's: Molly Pope, Natalie Joy Johnson and More
by BWW News Desk - Feb 28, 2012

Daniel Nardicio and Jen Gapay of Thirsty Girl Productions join forces with this series of downtown performers moving uptown. (more...)

Thirsty Girl Productions Announces Upcoming Events at Feinstein's: Molly Pope, Natalie Joy Johnson and MoreThirsty Girl Productions Announces Upcoming Events at Feinstein's: Molly Pope, Natalie Joy Johnson and More
by BWW News Desk - Feb 28, 2012

Daniel Nardicio and Jen Gapay of Thirsty Girl Productions join forces with this series of downtown performers moving uptown. (more...)

BWW Blog: Tory Ross of KINKY BOOTS - The Making of a Price and Son Shoe: Part OneBWW Blog: Tory Ross of KINKY BOOTS - The Making of a Price and Son Shoe: Part One
by Guest Blogger: Tory Ross - Feb 24, 2013

Well friends, the day finally arrived! We moved into the Hirschfeld on Thursday and were reunited with all the fabulous things that make up our little Price and Son factory. The whole reunion got me thinking about how we spend our evenings at the show. Essentially, it's shoes. We make shoes. I won't give away any plot points, but shoes is the name of our game and while out-of-town in Chicago, we created a very interesting faux-community in our Northampton Town shoe factory. With that in mind, I decided to map the life of a Price and Son shoe and introduce you to all the people who create it, from leather bits to boxed and shipped. (more...)

Thirsty Girl Productions Announces Upcoming Events at Feinstein's: Molly Pope, Natalie Joy Johnson and MoreThirsty Girl Productions Announces Upcoming Events at Feinstein's: Molly Pope, Natalie Joy Johnson and More
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2012

Daniel Nardicio and Jen Gapay of Thirsty Girl Productions join forces with this series of downtown performers moving uptown. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Georgetown Palace Production of MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET is Pure Holiday MagicBWW Reviews: Georgetown Palace Production of MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET is Pure Holiday Magic
by Jeff Davis - Dec 8, 2012

It's a Christmas Miracle! With MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET, the Georgetown Palace Theatre has breathed new life into a loveable but flawed and forgotten musical and in the process has given Austin a sparkling, family-friendly Holiday treat. (more...)

Taj Mahal's COMPLETE COLUMBIA ALBUMS COLLECTION to Be Released 2/5Taj Mahal's COMPLETE COLUMBIA ALBUMS COLLECTION to Be Released 2/5
by BWW News Desk - Dec 5, 2012

The career of American bluesman, roots radical, and pioneer of world music Taj Mahal is set to be celebrated next year with the release of THE COMPLETE COLUMBIA ALBUMS COLLECTION. (more...)

BWW Reviews: A SNOW WHITE CHRISTMAS - Pasadena Playhouse's New Holiday TraditionBWW Reviews: A SNOW WHITE CHRISTMAS - Pasadena Playhouse's New Holiday Tradition
by Ellen Dostal - Dec 17, 2012

Mirror, Mirror on the wall - whose is the loveliest Panto of them all? Well, in Pasadena it's the Playhouse, which has begun a new holiday tradition with this year's debut of Lythgoe Productions' A Snow White Christmas. (more...)

Nobody's Business Trio Brings HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS to Metropolitan Room TonightNobody's Business Trio Brings HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS to Metropolitan Room Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Dec 15, 2012

Nobody's Business Trio will warm up the Metropolitan Room tonight, December 15, 2012, at 9:30 pm as they invite you "Home for the Holidays." (more...)

CABARET LIFE NYC: On the Eve of the Long Island Al Jolson Festival - The Confessions and Observations of a Jolson FanaticCABARET LIFE NYC: On the Eve of the Long Island Al Jolson Festival - The Confessions and Observations of a Jolson Fanatic
by Stephen Hanks - Aug 18, 2012

In preparation for the All-Day Long Island Al Jolson Festival (in Oceanside, NY) on Saturday, August 18, BroadwayWorld.com cabaret columnist Stephen Hanks offers his take on what made the 'World's Greatest Entertainer' so great, and muses about the reasons as to why he is such a devotee of the man who once owned Broadway and starred in the first talking picture. (more...)

The Kitchen Presents NY Premiere of MR. TOL E. RANCE, Now thru 4/6The Kitchen Presents NY Premiere of MR. TOL E. RANCE, Now thru 4/6
by BWW News Desk - Apr 2, 2013

From tonight to Saturday, April 2-6, 2013, The Kitchen presents the New York premiere of choreographer Camille A. Brown's Mr.TOL E. RAncE. Inspired by Spike Lee's controversial film Bamboozled and Mel Watkins' book On The Real Side: Laughing, Lying, And Signifying - The Underground Tradition of African American Humor that Transformed American Culture, from Slavery to Chris Rock, Brown's ensemble piece celebrates the humor and perseverance of the black performer while examining the stereotypes that persist in popular black culture. Mr. TOL E. RancE is performed by Brown and her company: Juel D. Lane, Mayte Natalio, Waldean Nelson, Mora-Amina Parker, Willie 'Tre' Smith III and KeonThoulouis, and features original music, which will be played live by Scott Patterson. (more...)

BWW Reviews: PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT - FLASHY! TRASHY! FUN!BWW Reviews: PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT - FLASHY! TRASHY! FUN!
by Jimmy Ferraro - Apr 11, 2013

Hold on to your hat! You Ain't Seen Nothing Like This at the Straz before! The first national tour of 'Priscilla Queen of the Desert the musical', part of the Best of Broadway Tampa Bay series, exploded into Carol Morsani Hall at the Straz Center in Tampa, Tuesday night! (more...)

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