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BWW Review: Another Take on SHANA FARR's Noel Coward/Cole Porter 'Concept' Show Proves It To Be More Than Award-WorthyBWW Review: Another Take on SHANA FARR's Noel Coward/Cole Porter 'Concept' Show Proves It To Be More Than Award-Worthy
by Billie Roe - Mar 8, 2015

In a two-reviews-in-one column critiquing shows from last March, my esteemed editor, Stephen Hanks quoted the poet Robert Browning: “A man's reach should exceed his grasp. Or what's a heaven for?” Hanks pointed out that Browning's famous line is about setting goals, striving, and ambition, all of which are commendable desires. But, alas, in this particular review he felt the two singers in question “fell short.” One of those singers was Shana Farr and the show she has been performing throughout the past year, In The Still of the Night: Music of Noel Coward and Cole Porter. So here we are a year later, immersed in the revelry of the 2015 award season celebrating excellence in cabaret, and Farr's uniquely theatrical homage to Coward and Porter has recently won her the 2015 Bistro Award for “Outstanding Concept Show.” In spite of my editor's previous reservations about this show, he was open to hearing another perspective—whether positive or negative—so off to the Laurie Beechman Theatre I ventured on the last day of February to find out for myself whether Shana's show was truly award-worthy. Sorry, oh editor of mine, but you might have missed the boat on this one. (more...)

BWW Blog: Meet Caitlin Abraham of AN AMERICAN IN PARISBWW Blog: Meet Caitlin Abraham of AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
by Guest Blogger: Caitlin Abraham - Mar 5, 2015

Who is the company of AN AMERICAN IN PARIS? Included among us are 12 thrilling Broadway debuts; 6 who come straight from ballet companies; and 6 who previously danced with US and European ballet companies, Alvin Ailey or the Radio City Rockettes. 20 of our cast members are jubilantly back on Broadway, and every single performer was a part of the Chatelet production in Paris last fall. To quote one of the characters in our show, Adam Hochberg concludes, "Art should be a celebration," and An American in Paris joins the world of concert dance with the legacy of the Great White Way. (more...)

Michael Feinstein and the Pasadena POPS Set 2015 Summer Concert SeriesMichael Feinstein and the Pasadena POPS Set 2015 Summer Concert Series
by BWW News Desk - Mar 4, 2015

Principal Pops Conductor Michael Feinstein and the Pasadena POPS announce their one of a kind, popular outdoor summer concert series at the Los Angeles Arboretum with five events sure to make your summer sizzle. (more...)

Arkansas Repertory Theatre Sets 2015-16 Season: 'BRIDGES,' 'SPELLING BEE,' 'STARCATCHER' & MoreArkansas Repertory Theatre Sets 2015-16 Season: 'BRIDGES,' 'SPELLING BEE,' 'STARCATCHER' & More
by BWW News Desk - Mar 4, 2015

Arkansas Repertory Theatre, the state's largest nonprofit professional theatre, is proud to announce its 40th Season. Beginning in September, the new season will include Tony Award-winning artistic experiences and family favorites that exemplify The Rep's mission of producing diverse work of the highest artistic standards for its Arkansas audience. (more...)

Colcannon to Play Centenary Stage Company, 3/14Colcannon to Play Centenary Stage Company, 3/14
by BWW News Desk - Mar 4, 2015

?Authentic, Joyous Irish Music.... traditional with a touch of chamber music and music hall will fill the Centenary Stage Company's Sitnik Theatre on Saturday March 14 at 8pm with Colcannon! (more...)

BWW Reviews: 3-D Theatricals' SEUSSICAL Makes You Realize "How Lucky You Are"BWW Reviews: 3-D Theatricals' SEUSSICAL Makes You Realize "How Lucky You Are"
by Don Grigware - Mar 3, 2015

Remember when you were a child and hated to think? Or were you like JoJo with excessively brilliant thinks? No matter! Put yourself into a Dr. Seuss...ical mode and get on down to the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center from Friday March 6 to Sunday March 8 only for the final weekend of performances of 3-D Theatricals' exhilarating Seussical the Musical. David Engel, an original member of the Broadway cast, directs with Panache and Cathy Rigby leads a delightful cast in a show for youngsters young and old. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Ailey II is Charged with Energy and PanacheBWW Reviews: Ailey II is Charged with Energy and Panache
by Rose Marija - Mar 23, 2015

On March 18, 2015, I had the opportunity to see the dress rehearsal of Ailey II's program A at the Joyce Theater. This young company, under Troy Powell, Artistic Director, since July 1, 2012, only the 2nd director since this group was formed in 1974, was energized and fully loaded. (more...)

MOTOWN National Tour Recoups InvestmentMOTOWN National Tour Recoups Investment
by BWW News Desk - Mar 20, 2015

Producers Kevin McCollum, Doug Morris and Berry Gordy are proud to announce that the First National Tour of MOTOWN THE MUSICAL has recouped its $8.5 million dollar capitalization cost in less than ten months on the road. (more...)

Delicate Steve Announces North American Tour; Live AlbumDelicate Steve Announces North American Tour; Live Album
by BWW News Desk - Mar 2, 2015

Delicate Steve is the brainchild of New Jersey-based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Steve Marion (more...)

THE RAT PACK to Join Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra, 3/7 at Clune AuditoriumTHE RAT PACK to Join Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra, 3/7 at Clune Auditorium
by BWW News Desk - Mar 2, 2015

Broadway Pops International (BPI) presents THE RAT PACK with the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra featuring BPI artists Nat Chandler (The Scarlet Pimpernel, Children and Art), Sal Viviano (The Three Musketeers, City of Angels), and Eric Jordan Young (Chicago, Ragtime), with conductor Gerald Steichen. The concert will take place on March 7, 2015 at 8:00pm at the Clune Auditorium (Wilton, Connecticut). (more...)

BWW Interview: Theatre Legend Lea Salonga on ALLEGIANCE, Her Stage Legacy and Bringing a Brand New Show to Town HallBWW Interview: Theatre Legend Lea Salonga on ALLEGIANCE, Her Stage Legacy and Bringing a Brand New Show to Town Hall
by Tyler Peterson - Mar 2, 2015

Beloved Tony and Oliver winning actress Lea Salonga will soon be returning to New York. (more...)

BWW Reviews: ALTAR BOYZ 10th Anniversary Reunion Concert is Soul Lifting FunBWW Reviews: ALTAR BOYZ 10th Anniversary Reunion Concert is Soul Lifting Fun
by David Clarke - Mar 2, 2015

ALTAR BOYZ opened Off-Broadway at Stage 4 of Dodger Stages on March 1, 2005. The award-winning, hit musical comedy closed after 2,032 regular performances on January 10, 2010. For two very special performances at 54 Below on March 1, 2015, actors who played the now iconic fictional Christian boy band took to the stage to celebrate the show's 10th anniversary with pizzazz, wit, and a whole lot of harmonizing. (more...)

The Four Bitchin' Babes to Return to the State Theatre, 4/16The Four Bitchin' Babes to Return to the State Theatre, 4/16
by BWW News Desk - Mar 17, 2015

With the advent of social media, a discography of ten recorded projects, and a desire to celebrate their wildly successful touring escapades over the past two and a-half decades, the Four Bitchin' Babes will be shining the spotlight back over 25 years of their most requested hit songs. It's this enormous repertoire that made “The Babes” the venerable “original girls night out” tour-de-force musical comedy theatre hit they are today! (more...)

BWW REVIEW: THE COLORED MUSEUM Celebrates and Skewers Black HistoryBWW REVIEW: THE COLORED MUSEUM Celebrates and Skewers Black History
by Jan Nargi - Mar 17, 2015

It feels like it could have been written yesterday, but THE COLORED MUSEUM, now in a rollicking revival at the Huntington Theatre Company in Boston, Mass., was actually first produced in 1986. Written by the estimable Broadway playwright and director George C. Wolfe (Jelly's Last Jam, Angels in America: Millennium Approaches) and directed here with great Panache by Tony Award winner Billy Porter (Kinky Boots), this scathing "black black comedy" marches through 300 years of African American history by way of 11 funny but also penetrating living vignettes. (more...)

BWW Reviews: SWITZERLAND Moves Chillingly to the GeffenBWW Reviews: SWITZERLAND Moves Chillingly to the Geffen
by Don Grigware - Mar 16, 2015

Switzerland/written by Joanna Murray-Smith/directed by Mark Brokaw/Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater, Geffen Playhouse/co-world premiere with the Sydney Theatre Company/through April 19 (more...)

BWW Reviews: Jane Monheit Presents Stunning Tribute to Judy GarlandBWW Reviews: Jane Monheit Presents Stunning Tribute to Judy Garland
by Michael L. Quintos - Mar 16, 2015

Any opportunity to catch two-time Grammy-nominated international jazz superstar and frequent favorite BroadwayWorld Cabaret Award-winner Jane Monheit bring her talents to a local venue outside of New York (and even nearby Los Angeles) is its own cause for celebration. That was certainly evidenced by the rapturous reception she received during her triumphant return to Orange County's Segerstrom Center for the Arts. Monheit closed out the Center's 2014-2015 Jazz series with Hello Bluebird, her jazz-centric tribute to the legendary Judy Garland. As expected, the 85-minute concert was nothing less than stunning. Let me repeat... stunning. (more...)

Stagecrafters Delights Audience with RUMORS thru March 29Stagecrafters Delights Audience with RUMORS thru March 29
by Anton Anderssen - Mar 15, 2015

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BWW Reviews: Diversity Reigns in Cabaret Through Sublime Shows From Barbara Malley, Robin Kradles, and Donna HayesBWW Reviews: Diversity Reigns in Cabaret Through Sublime Shows From Barbara Malley, Robin Kradles, and Donna Hayes
by Billie Roe - Mar 12, 2015

When Cole Porter wrote, 'Anything Goes,' he could have easily been referring to New York cabaret circa the 2000-sies. One of the joys of attending and reviewing cabaret shows in the Big Apple these days is that every performing style, show theme, cultural perspective, political point of view, race, gender, and sexual preference is represented on a stage. Some cabaret purists may not agree, but the genre seems to have no boundaries in terms of what is acceptable and what is not. And as long as a show is entertaining, who cares about boundaries and strict definitions of what works in the art form? Here are reviews of three recent shows from Barbara Malley, Robin Kradles, and Donna Hayes that reflect the delicious diversity that is cabaret. (more...)

BWW Reviews: SEMELE at BAM, Handel in a TempleBWW Reviews: SEMELE at BAM, Handel in a Temple
by Wesley Doucette - Mar 10, 2015

Zang Huan's imaginative retelling of the baroque Opera at BAM as performed by the Canadian Opera Company. (more...)

Christine Lamprea Set for Pepperdine Recital Series at Raitt Recital Hall, 2/22Christine Lamprea Set for Pepperdine Recital Series at Raitt Recital Hall, 2/22
by BWW News Desk - Jan 9, 2015

The Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts ends its 2014-2015 Recital Series with a special performance by the international-prize-winning cellist Christine Lamprea in Raitt Recital Hall at Pepperdine University at 2 p.m. on Sunday, February 22. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Lovely Production of RODGERS + HAMMERSTEIN'S CINDERELLA at the Fabulous FoxBWW Reviews: Lovely Production of RODGERS + HAMMERSTEIN'S CINDERELLA at the Fabulous Fox
by Chris Gibson - Jan 26, 2015

A fairytale is brought to its full fruition on the stage of the Fabulous Fox Theatre with their current presentation of RODGERS + HAMMERSTEIN'S CINDERELLA. It's a lovely experience that makes the most of the large stage, filling it with songs and beautiful surroundings fit such a lavishly told tale. Originally conceived and broadcast as a musical for television during the late 1950's and starring Julie Andrews in the title role, this work has been altered many times over the years with musical numbers added and subtracted, and the plot rejiggered as well (book by Douglas Carter Beane) to make it have a more political bent, at least where Cinderella's feelings toward how the kingdom is being are concerned. But, here we have a production that's suitable for children of all ages. In other words, perfect family entertainment. (more...)

CABARET LIFE NYC: Listmania Redux! My Best/Favorite 20 Shows & Performances of 2014, With 30 'Bests & Mosts' of An Exciting Year in CabaretCABARET LIFE NYC: Listmania Redux! My Best/Favorite 20 Shows & Performances of 2014, With 30 'Bests & Mosts' of An Exciting Year in Cabaret
by Stephen Hanks - Jan 21, 2015

As the days dwindled down to a precious few in 2014, a few cabaret goers and performers in what is affectionately but also self-mockingly called the “cabaret community” would sidle up and ask if I was planning my annual end-of-the year “Best Of” column, similar to the “Top 20 Bests and Favorites” piece over the first half of the year I posted back in early July. I would respond in the negative with very reasonable and believable excuses, but the truth is I didn't want to reveal my “Bests” of the year until the voting for the 2014 BroadwayWorld New York Cabaret Awards had ended. There's enough baggage and backstage whispering that comes with administering the BWW Awards, so I wasn't about to publish any opinions that might influence the vote while it was in process. I may be crazy but I'm not masochistic. But now all bets are off. You want lists? I'll give you lists. (more...)

Vajra Releases 'Lost and Found' on Soundcloud PageVajra Releases 'Lost and Found' on Soundcloud Page
by BWW News Desk - Jan 21, 2015

NYC based progressive art rock group Vajra released a new experimental piece of music called 'Lost and Found' on their Soundcloud page. (more...)

OLIVER!, YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN and More Set for CPCC Summer Theatre's 2015 SeasonOLIVER!, YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN and More Set for CPCC Summer Theatre's 2015 Season
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2015

?CPCC Summer Theatre happily announces its 42nd season of summer stock for the Charlotte Metrolina region in Summer 2015. (more...)

2015 FRIGID New York Festival Lineup Announced; Runs 2/18-3/82015 FRIGID New York Festival Lineup Announced; Runs 2/18-3/8
by BWW News Desk - Jan 15, 2015

FRIGID New York at Horse Trade will present the 9th Annual FRIGID Festival at The Kraine Theater (85 East 4th Street between 2nd Avenue and Bowery) and UNDER St. Marks (94 St. Marks Place between 1st Avenue and Avenue A) February 18 - March 8. (more...)

The Renaissance Johor Bahru Hotel Helps Build a Better World The Renaissance Johor Bahru Hotel Helps Build a Better World
by BWW News Desk - Jan 15, 2015

The Renaissance Johor Bahru Hotel may only be one-and-a-half years old, but it already has big plans for its community. With its sights set on developing a more sustainable and compassionate society, the property has begun initiatives that involve everything from team-building, to financially supporting charities, to minimizing its own carbon footprint. And as the hotel puts its plans into action, everyone stands to benefit. (more...)

Amanda Thorpe Releases Album BEWITCHING ME: THE LYRICS OF YIP HARBURGAmanda Thorpe Releases Album BEWITCHING ME: THE LYRICS OF YIP HARBURG
by BWW News Desk - Jan 13, 2015

Acclaimed downtown New York City chanteuse Amanda Thorpe, who recently relocated to Paris, has announced the release of Bewitching Me: The Lyrics of Yip Harburg, a new recording showcasing her reinterpretations of beloved and obscure gems from the legendary American popular song lyricist E.Y. Harburg, including “Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?, 'April in Paris,' and 'It's Only a Paper Moon,' among others. (more...)

Christina Masciotti's SOCIAL SECURITY to Run 2/25-3/14 at Bushwick StarrChristina Masciotti's SOCIAL SECURITY to Run 2/25-3/14 at Bushwick Starr
by BWW News Desk - Jan 13, 2015

The Bushwick Starr and terraNOVA Collective are proud to present the world premiere of acclaimed playwright Christina Masciotti's newest work, Social Security. The play centers on June, a retired pretzel factory worker, who finds herself deaf after forty years with machines, widowed, and stranded in the urban muck of Reading, PA. She forges ahead gamely, aided by her robust will to find the good in life, and attended, for better or worse, by a few neighbors. Her landlord, once a community pillar, insinuates himself into what remains of her affairs with Machiavellian Panache, while a younger neighbor from down the block selflessly chaperones her trips to the grocery store. But June, generous in her affections and unworldly-wise, seesaws between these two unlikely alliances, and her yearning for ordinary human companionship only drives her further into danger. (more...)

BWW Review: INTIMATE APPAREL is Great Show with a Spirit of ExcellenceBWW Review: INTIMATE APPAREL is Great Show with a Spirit of Excellence
by Guest Blogger: Bryan-Keyth Wilson - Feb 9, 2015

I want to applaud the theatre companies who pay homage to black playwrights. We're allowed to examine the psyche and social situations from the black perspective through these theatrical masterpieces. I had the pleasure of seeing The Pearl Theater's production of INTIMATE APPAREL written by Lynn Nottage, and I was moved by the seamless writing and performances by the cast. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Jewish Film Fest Celebrates Older Women - With 'Style'BWW Reviews: Jewish Film Fest Celebrates Older Women - With 'Style'
by Erica Miner - Feb 9, 2015

In a paean to older women living life to the fullest, SD Jewish Film Fest screened the charming documentary 'Advanced Style' (more...)

THE KING AND I, Renee Fleming & More Set for Lyric Opera of Chicago's 2015-16 SeasonTHE KING AND I, Renee Fleming & More Set for Lyric Opera of Chicago's 2015-16 Season
by BWW News Desk - Feb 9, 2015

Lyric Opera of Chicago will begin a new chapter in its history with its 61st season - the first to be fully planned by general director Anthony Freud and music director Sir Andrew Davis. Lyric's two artistic leaders announced the repertoire and casting for the 2015-16 season today. (more...)

BWW Reviews: SWEENEY TODD, the Demon Barber of State StreetBWW Reviews: SWEENEY TODD, the Demon Barber of State Street
by Amanda Finn - Feb 7, 2015

Emerging from the dark prisons of Fidelio comes a show with darker themes, a more sinister villain, and higher stakes. Madison Opera premiered their Sweeney Todd in Capitol Theatre last night to a crowd eager to see what they could do. Fans of the Stephen Sondheim musical in its original capacity, the 2007 film adaptation starring Johnny Depp, the 1998 version starring Ben Kingsley, or (even rarer still) those who are fond of the original 1936 film were clearly in attendance. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  Encores! Mounts LADY, BE GOOD! With Style and PanacheBWW Reviews: Encores! Mounts LADY, BE GOOD! With Style and Panache
by Michael Dale - Feb 7, 2015

Tommy Tune returns to the New York stage in a splendid concert production. (more...)

FLASH FRIDAY: Alabanza! Lin-Manuel Miranda Raps It Up On Broadway & Off - IN THE HEIGHTS, HAMILTON, Etc.FLASH FRIDAY: Alabanza! Lin-Manuel Miranda Raps It Up On Broadway & Off - IN THE HEIGHTS, HAMILTON, Etc.
by Pat Cerasaro - Feb 6, 2015

Today we are celebrating the incredibly accomplished multi-award-winning performer, composer and lyricist Lin-Manuel Miranda. (more...)

MY GOREY VALENTINE! to Host Edwardian Ball, 2/14MY GOREY VALENTINE! to Host Edwardian Ball, 2/14
by BWW News Desk - Feb 6, 2015

This special February 14th edition of “My Gorey Valentine!” offers a non-Hallmark experience and the event is an elegant, whimsical, spectacle of a madhouse slapdashery of costumery and cocktails, circus and storytelling, ribald music, and daring exhibitions that promises to entice and enchant - a feast for the senses with the style and Panache of the turn of the 19th century. (more...)

BWW Reviews: NEWSIES Delivers Dynamic DancingBWW Reviews: NEWSIES Delivers Dynamic Dancing
by Mary Damiano - Feb 5, 2015

Once upon a time, before smart phones and the Internet and Facebook, there were newspapers. And if someone wanted to find out what was happening in the world, they had to buy a paper, often from boys selling the paper on city streets, hawking its headlines like town criers. (more...)

BWW Reviews: KINKY BOOTS THE MUSICAL Captures Nashville's HeartBWW Reviews: KINKY BOOTS THE MUSICAL Captures Nashville's Heart
by Jeffrey Ellis - Feb 4, 2015

As staged in the six-time Tony Award-winning show, the moment is at once tremendously uncomfortable and remarkably eye-opening, making the audience squirm in their seats due to the unease and the sense of voyeuristic embarrassment they feel, as if they have come upon such a scene happening in their real lives instead of seeing it play out onstage. (more...)

AS YOU LIKE IT, HENRY VI & More Set for Cincinnati Shakespeare's 2015-16 SeasonAS YOU LIKE IT, HENRY VI & More Set for Cincinnati Shakespeare's 2015-16 Season
by BWW News Desk - Feb 26, 2015

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company has announced its 2015-2016 Season line-up. (more...)

The Bushwick Starr and terraNOVA to Present Christina Masciotti's SOCIAL SECURITY, 2/25-3/14The Bushwick Starr and terraNOVA to Present Christina Masciotti's SOCIAL SECURITY, 2/25-3/14
by BWW News Desk - Feb 24, 2015

The Bushwick Starr and terraNOVA Collective are proud to present the world premiere of acclaimed playwright Christina Masciotti's newest work, Social Security. (more...)

Centenary Stage Company to Welcome Colcannon, 3/14Centenary Stage Company to Welcome Colcannon, 3/14
by BWW News Desk - Feb 23, 2015

Authentic, Joyous Irish Music.... traditional with a touch of chamber music and music hall will fill the Centenary Stage Company's Sitnik Theatre on Saturday March 14 at 8pm with Colcannon! (more...)

Violinist Itamar Zorman to Release Debut Album, 2/10Violinist Itamar Zorman to Release Debut Album, 2/10
by BWW News Desk - Feb 2, 2015

Profil Hänssler will release violinist Itamar Zorman's debut album, Portrait, in the US on February 10, 2015, distributed by Naxos. This personal album, described as 'pure matter of the heart' (Concerti), captures Zorman's unique communicative power, revealing astounding artistic maturity along with an impressive range of repertoire interests and technical refinement. The works on the album include Messiaen (Theme and Variations), Schubert (Rondo in B minor, D 895), Chausson (Poème, Op. 25), Hindemith (Sonata for violin solo, Op. 31 No. 1), and Brahms (Violin Sonata in D minor, Op. 108). Award-winning Korean pianist Kwan Yi performs with Zorman on the album. Portrait was released in Europe to critical acclaim on August 4, 2014. Zorman's upcoming concerts include a recital at Union College in Schenectady, NY with Kwan Yi on February 15 and performances with Richard Goode & Friends at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. on February 18 and Carnegie Hall's Zankel Hall in New York on February 22. (more...)

BWW Reviews: DISNEY'S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST at Kingsbury Hall is MagicalBWW Reviews: DISNEY'S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST at Kingsbury Hall is Magical
by Tyler Hinton - Feb 2, 2015

The national tour of DISNEY'S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, which played at Kingsbury Hall this past weekend, is a spirited, magical production of the beloved musical. (more...)

Review Roundup: DAME EDNA'S GLORIOUS GOODBYE - THE FAREWELL TOUR Opens in L.A.Review Roundup: DAME EDNA'S GLORIOUS GOODBYE - THE FAREWELL TOUR Opens in L.A.
by Review Roundups - Feb 2, 2015

'Dame Edna's Glorious Goodbye -- The Farewell Tour' opened on Wednesday, January 28 at CTG's Ahmanson Theatre. The production continues through March 15, 2015 before heading out across the U.S. Let's see what the critics had to say... (more...)

BWW Reviews: Tony Winner John Lloyd Young Croons in OC Valentines ConcertBWW Reviews: Tony Winner John Lloyd Young Croons in OC Valentines Concert
by Michael L. Quintos - Feb 16, 2015

For John Lloyd Young's special Valentine's weekend cabaret concert titled 'My Turn'---which continues at the Samueli Theater on the campus of Orange County's Segerstrom Center for the Arts through February 14---the Tony Award-winning star of JERSEY BOYS presented an hour-long set of love songs, both joyful and heart-tugging. With the confidence and Panache of a seasoned old-school song interpreter and showman, Young oh-so-passionately crooned and belted his way through an enjoyable songbook of personally curated classic standards that reverberated with the highs and lows of love. (more...)

SOUND OFF: The First Five Things You Need To Know About THE LAST FIVE YEARS MovieSOUND OFF: The First Five Things You Need To Know About THE LAST FIVE YEARS Movie
by Pat Cerasaro - Feb 13, 2015

Today we are reviewing the hotly anticipated feature film adaptation of THE LAST FIVE YEARS, starring Jeremy Jordan and Anna Kendrick, now available nationwide on VOD and in select cinemas. (more...)

Review Roundup: Colin Firth Stars in KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICEReview Roundup: Colin Firth Stars in KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2015

Colin Firth stars in the new action-comedy KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE, directed by Matthew Vaughn. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Constellation Theatre Company's Darkly Comical Political Farce THE LIEUTENANT OF INISHMOREBWW Reviews: Constellation Theatre Company's Darkly Comical Political Farce THE LIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE
by Benjamin Tomchik - Feb 11, 2015

If you abhor political incorrectness, violence or a morbid sense of humor then The Lieutenant of Inishmore isn't for you. McDonagh is out to send a message with this play and Constellation Theatre Company gruesomely delivers it. (more...)

CABARET LIFE NYC: My Second Half of 2014 Cabaret Journey or One Reviewer's Long Procrastination Special as We Bid Farewell to Another Year of Show HoppingCABARET LIFE NYC: My Second Half of 2014 Cabaret Journey or One Reviewer's Long Procrastination Special as We Bid Farewell to Another Year of Show Hopping
by Stephen Hanks - Dec 26, 2014

If you've been a regular reader of this particular reviewer's musings, you know that every year there are long stretches of time where I just haven't been able to critique all the shows I've seen that deserve commentary. So I end up playing what they call in sports, 'Catch-up ball,' and post a mash up of belated reviews from past shows. It's kind of like a critic's version of the song 'Six Months Out of Every Year,' from Damn Yankees. Give or take a month or two, that's usually the time period during which I store unpublished reviews in my fevered brain and then unload them all in one seemingly endless column-like this one is going to be. If my cabaret-show reviewing days will be over (as chronicled here), I might as well go out with a bang-and relieve my procrastination guilt during holiday season. Now I can scratch one New Year's resolution off the list. (more...)

Polish Conductor, Jerzy Semkow, Dies at Age 86Polish Conductor, Jerzy Semkow, Dies at Age 86
by BWW News Desk - Dec 23, 2014

Polish conductor, Jerzy Semkow has died today, December 23, 2014, near Lausanne, Switzerland. He has served as music director of the Saint Louis Symphony, principal conductor of the Royal Danish Opera and the Royal Danish Orchestra in Copenhagen, Music Advisor and Principal Conductor of the Rochester Philharmonic, Music Director of the Orchestra of Radio-Televisione Italiana (RAI) in Rome, and Artistic Director of the National Opera in Warsaw. (more...)

Horse Trade Announces 9th Annual FRIGID Festival Lineup; Runs 2/18-3/8Horse Trade Announces 9th Annual FRIGID Festival Lineup; Runs 2/18-3/8
by BWW News Desk - Dec 18, 2014

Horse Trade Theater Group will present the 9th Annual FRIGID Festival at The Kraine Theater (85 East 4th Street between 2nd Avenue and Bowery) andUNDER St. Marks (94 St. Marks Place between 1st Avenue and Avenue A) February 18-March 8. (more...)

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