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24 Percent of U.S. County Housing Markets Less Affordable Than Their Historic Affordability Norms in Q3 2016
by BWW News Desk - Sep 29, 2016

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Bridget Canales Announces Release of THE SOUL'S ALLIANCE
by BWW News Desk - Sep 23, 2016

Bridget Canales has spent the last 20 years of her life struggling with different mental health issues. All of that changed when she had reached her awakening; she no longer sees herself as a victim. The changes in her life led her to a much better place in her mind and spirit. She became the change she wanted to see in the world. These changes inspired her to help others through her first published book, 'The Soul's Alliance' (published by Balboa Press). (more...)

BWW Interview: Colman Domingo on His Intervening BARBECUE, Hollywood & Controversies
by Gil Kaan - Sep 19, 2016

Playwright Robert O'Hara's BARBECUE deservedly earned a rousing reception (and standing ovation) from The Geffen Playhouse's enthusiastic opening night audience September 14.  BroadwayWorld and I had a chance to chat with O'Hara's frequent collaborator, actor/playwright/director Colman Domingo a few days after his directorial success. (more...)

Photo Flash: Bringing HONOUR to a Journey of Life and Love at Old Mill Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Sep 15, 2016

WHEN is love real and does it really last? That's the core theme of Honour, the latest offering from the Old Mill Theatre. Written by Joanna Murray-Smith and directed by Dale James, Honour follows a couple's exhausting and confronting - yet also tender and poignant - journey through life and love. (more...)

BWW Review: THE BARBER OF SEVILLE, Royal Opera House, 13 September 2016
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Sep 14, 2016

Rossini's Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville) is perhaps the most famous 'opera buffa'- an informal style of comic opera developed to appeal to the lower classes in the early 18th Century. (more...)

BWW Interview: Get to Know Gordon Greenberg- the Man You Don't Know Yet, but Ought To
by Nicole Rosky - Oct 5, 2016

You might not know of Gordon Greenberg yet, but that's all about to change. The writer, director and renaissance man has spent years making his mark in off Broadway, West End and regional theatre, working with top-notch performers and creators all around the world. (more...)

BWW Review: Amelia Community Theatre Vacations ON GOLDEN POND
by Michael Lipp - Oct 3, 2016

Ernest Thompson's 1979 ON GOLDEN POND is an ode to the durability of love and family in the face of aging, loss, and miscommunication. Amelia Community Theatre has just opened a touching production of the Tony and Drama Desk Award-winning play which became a critically-acclaimed film two years later starring Katharine Hepburn and the father-and-daughter team of Henry and Jane Fonda. Helmed by veteran director Toni D'Amico, ACT's trip to Golden Pond is a lovely, welcoming experience that effectively balances both sides of this bittersweet comedy-drama. (more...)

BWW Review: METAMORPHOSES Was A History Of The String Quartet
by Barry Lenny - Oct 22, 2016

The string quartet is a particularly refined and structured musical ensemble. (more...)

R3 Trials Interbank Cross-Border Payments With Ripple's Digital Asset XRP
by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2016

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Luxembourg & Dayan to Present Salvatore Scarpitta Exhibit, Today
by BWW News Desk - Oct 14, 2016

New York...Beginning October 14, 2016, Luxembourg & Dayan will present Salvatore Scarpitta 1956-1964, bringing together early works by the Italian-American artist (1919–2007), whose long career spanned non-objective abstraction, radical realism, and car racing in an oeuvre that achieved a distinctive mixture of material daring and tenderness. The exhibition spotlights a pivotal period of transformation, beginning with Scarpitta's forays into shaped and bandaged paintings, initiated just before his 1958 return from Rome to his native United States. It concludes with his shift away from the canvas toward constructing racecars in 1964—the culmination of his deep-seated belief in movement as metaphor for life.  (more...)

BWW Review: SOMEWHERE IN ENGLAND, New Wimbledon Studio, 12 October 2016
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Oct 12, 2016

Somewhere in England is a piece of 1940s war-time nostalgia with a big heart, brought to life in the cosy surroundings of New Wimbledon Studio this week. The show is an escapist and pastoral view of an interesting part of history, when American GIs arrived in England to prepare for the invasion of Normandy. They brought with them nylons, Coca Cola and bags of energy and fun. The appearance of the lively and girl-deprived young soldiers in the quiet village creates Ripples with all the residents; some welcome, some less so. The show tells the story as the GIs settle into village life over the course of an eventful year; falling in love, creating a stir and making life-long friendships. (more...)

'Power of Change' Drew Star Victoria Clark to Garth Drabinsky's SOUSATZKA
by BWW News Desk - Nov 4, 2016

The world premiere of the Garth Drabinsky production of Sousatzka, the new musical by three-time Tony Award-nominated book writer Craig Lucas and the legendary composing team of Tony Award winner Richard Maltby, Jr. (Lyrics) and Academy Award winner David Shire (Music), is headed to Broadway in 2017. The show will star Tony Award winner Victoria Clark in the title role of Madame Sousatzka, a celebrated, eccentric, Polish-born piano teacher who was forced into exile. Today, Clark shared what drew her to the role in a post on the musical's Facebook page. (more...)

BWW Review: Barb Jungr and John McDaniel Try Something New at Birdland
by Alix Cohen - Nov 30, 2016

Barb Jungr is a maverick. She sings R&B and blues from her gut, can slide into jazz phrasing like muted brass, dismantles what we classify as rock so it's stripped to its meaningful bone, has a fervent moral compass, and is characteristically acerbic. Whether her voice rips or Ripples, it's authentic. You can tell I'm a fan. In an effort, one conjectures, to broaden her appeal, she's lately partnered with musician John McDaniel, whose background is theater. While the two are amiable on stage and offer appealing harmony, arrangements sound the same--- somewhere between Broadway and pop, no matter what the material. Almost all vocals with McDaniel are brighter, louder, and faster than they might be. (more...)

Box of Tricks to Tour Lizzie Nunnery's New Play NARVIK
by BWW News Desk - Nov 15, 2016

'If I was to throw myself beneath that tide... If I was to let the water take me, 'til the cold felt like heat, like love...' (more...)

BWW Review: MOUTHFUL Explores the Growing Crisis of Food Cultivation and Consumption
by Lacey Cannon Gonzales - Nov 14, 2016

MOUTHFUL is the latest production from St. Edwards University's Mary Moody Northen Theatre. Commissioned and produced last year by Metta Theatre in London, this series of six short plays aims to explore the global food crisis that affects billions of people all over the world. The combined effort of six acclaimed playwrights, each working in collaboration with a world-renowned scientist, MOUTHFUL delves into various views on sustenance and survival that both comments and warns about our culture's tendency to err on the side of extravagance.   (more...)

BWW Review: OSIPOVA & ARTISTS Crush It with a Captivating Contemporary Triple Bill
by Sondra Forsyth - Nov 14, 2016

Celebrated Russian ballerina Natalia Osipova crossed over to contemporary along with her real-life partner Sergei Polunin, the 'bad boy of ballet', in a triple bill of U.S. premieres at New York City Center from November 10th to 12th 2016. Watching these two consummate classical dancers believably embody a 21st century movement aesthetic was both astonishing and heartening. I have long told my own students that because dance is ephemeral and cannot be hung on a museum wall for posterity, each new generation of artists must be capable of dancing not only what was then but also what is now. Osipova and Polunin, as well as Jason Kittleberger and James O'Hara who shared the stage for this run, proved unequivocally that this goal is achievable. (more...)

Amid High Growth, Ripple's Chris Larsen Appoints Brad Garlinghouse Chief Executive Officer
by BWW News Desk - Nov 1, 2016

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BWW Review: ALBATROSS Is A Soaring Theatrical Experience ~ Benjamin Evett Is Mesmerizing
by Herbert Paine - Mar 23, 2017

Matthew Spangler and Benjamin Evett's ALBATROSS, now on stage in an all too short run at the Herberger Theater Center, features the gripping and riveting performance of Benjamin Evett as The Mariner. Mr. Evett is a force of nature in a tempest-tossed odyssey that reveals timely truths about the interconnectedness of all things, the ties that bind man and nature, and the consequences of mindless action. (more...)

BWW Blog: Michael Raabe - Confessions of a Sports Loving Theatre Nerd
by Guest Blogger: Michael Raabe - Mar 22, 2017

Michael Raabe is a theater lover who loves sports. Deal with it. (more...)

Crooked Colours Release Remix Package for 'Flow'
by BWW News Desk - Mar 17, 2017

After an 18-month hiatus Crooked Colours returned to the spotlight last month with 'Flow', a smooth indie-house jam taken from their forthcoming debut album. Rounding off the single release is a three-track remix package, released via Sweat It Out. (more...)

MATA FESTIVAL Returns to The Kitchen, 4/25 - 29
by BWW News Desk - Mar 16, 2017

Now in its nineteenth year, MATA Festival is back at The Kitchen on April 25 - 29 with an overflowing bounty of the newest music. Representing 31 early-career composers from seventeen countries, it offers a singular opportunity for New Yorkers to grasp the complete spectrum of new music emerging today - from gritty European modernism to experiments in theater, sound, and acoustics. This year's concerts include seven world premieres (including three MATA commissions), fifteen US premieres, and six NY premieres.  (more...)

Box Of Tricks' Acclaimed World War II Drama NARVIK Comes To London
by BWW News Desk - Mar 13, 2017

Following their hugely successful touring productions of Plastic Figurines and Chip Shop Chips, Manchester theatre company Box of Tricks bring their critically-acclaimed new play with songs, Narvik, by award-winning playwright Lizzie Nunnery, to London's New Diorama Theatre. (more...)

Scripps Ranch Theatre to Host 5th Annual Out on a Limb in July
by BWW News Desk - Jun 9, 2016

Scripps Ranch Theatre, located on the campus of Alliant International University, presents their 5th Annual Out on a Limb - New Plays from America's Finest City. Scripps Ranch Theatre is a leader in the Southern California Arts Community in developing and producing new plays. (more...)

Darci Faye's INFINITELY YOURS Set for Paradise Factory
by BWW News Desk - Jun 7, 2016

'Infinitely Yours' is a contemporary drama that explores the hidden cycles of violence in rural Maine. It explores the complexities of domestic violence relationships - it follows main characters Emily and Jason as they run into each other for the first time since a high school romance gone very sour. The play examines the Ripples and waves one fateful meeting can have in a person's life. (more...)

BWW Dance Review: Alessandra Ferri Melts Our Hearts in ROMEO AND JULIET
by Juan Michael Porter II - Jun 24, 2016

Halfway through the bedroom scene (Act III, Scene I) I thought to myself, 'They're playing the music too quickly!' I was wrong. The tempo was fine; it simply felt faster than normal because the dancing was so wonderful. It's to be expected. Alessandra Ferri was guest starring in American Ballet Theatre's production of Kenneth MacMillan's 'Romeo and Juliet' nine years after she'd retired from the company in the same role. (more...)

Doubled Sensitivity Could Allow Gravitational Wave Detectors to Reach Deeper into Space
by BWW News Desk - Jun 23, 2016

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More Financial Institutions Join Ripple's Global Network
by BWW News Desk - Jun 22, 2016

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BWW Review: APT Stages Marvelous Mad, Mad COMEDY OF ERRORS
by Peggy Sue Dunigan - Jun 20, 2016

Quite refreshing and revitalizing as a summer breeze, American Players Theater (APT) opened their 2016 Up the Hill season in Spring Green with a wild version of William Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors. Directed by the well-known David Frank, this condensed Comedy revisits a slight nod to Lewis Carroll's 'The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland.' The production plays broadly by quoting  Shakespeare's verse with a tongue in cheek delivery also heightened by Victorian costumes designed by Fabio Tablini.  The imaginative designer envisioned two Dromios which might resemble Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee, clothed in wide striped pants, vivid colored jackets and huge straw hats. The story set amid an Ephesus where square marble columns and a great gate placed on the left Up The Hill stage fashioned by Scenic Designer Nayna Ramey, gives Ephesus a rather dream like quality.  (more...)

Deteriorating Security Environment Causes $50 Billion Defence Boost for Western Europe Through 2019, IHS Says
by BWW News Desk - Jun 16, 2016

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Astro Pak Corporation Plays Critical Role in Supporting LIGO
by BWW News Desk - Jul 8, 2016

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Luxembourg & Dayan to Present Salvatore Scarpitta Exhibit, 10/14
by BWW News Desk - Jul 6, 2016

New York...Beginning October 14, 2016, Luxembourg & Dayan will present Salvatore Scarpitta 1956-1964, bringing together early works by the Italian-American artist (1919–2007), whose long career spanned non-objective abstraction, radical realism, and car racing in an oeuvre that achieved a distinctive mixture of material daring and tenderness. The exhibition spotlights a pivotal period of transformation, beginning with Scarpitta's forays into shaped and bandaged paintings, initiated just before his 1958 return from Rome to his native United States. It concludes with his shift away from the canvas toward constructing racecars in 1964—the culmination of his deep-seated belief in movement as metaphor for life.  (more...)

Credico UK Reviews How Brexit Vote Impacts UK Businesses
by BWW News Desk - Jul 20, 2016

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'A View Within' is Presented at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
by BWW News Desk - Jul 18, 2016

The advent of sonograms, MRIs, and other advanced forms of body imaging have transformed modern medicine and the way in which people view their bodies. These non-invasive renderings provide doctors with critical information about personal health, and, yet, when faced with uncertainty about a diagnosis, these medical images can provoke fear and confusion. They give a powerful glimpse into the complex systems of the bodily existence, marking growth and deterioration. (more...)

Ivy League Economist Javier Gonzalez Releases HOW TO MAKE MONEY WITH GLOBAL MACRO
by BWW News Desk - Jul 13, 2016

NEW YORK, July 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ 'How to Make Money with Global Macro' reveals insights into the higher-dimensional puzzle that is global macro that author Javier Gonzalez, Ph.D., has accumulated after decades of careful analysis. The book is available at https://www.createspace.com/5769369 (more...)

Global Semiconductor Automated Test Equipment (ATE) Industry
by BWW News Desk - Jul 11, 2016

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Photo Flash: Inside Rehearsals for Lizzie Nunnery's NARVIK
by BWW News Desk - Jan 23, 2017

Following their hugely successful touring productions of Plastic Figurines and Chip Shop Chips, Manchester theatre company Box of Tricks is set to tour last year's critically-acclaimed new play with songs, Narvik, by award-winning playwright Lizzie Nunnery. Inspired by tales from naval veterans, and stories of her grandfather's time in the Navy, Nunnery's latest play brings to life a powerful story of love, guilt, heroism and betrayal. (more...)

Cast, Creative Team Set for Eric Ulloa's Sandy Hook Play 26 PEBBLES in Dayton
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2017

The Human Race Theatre Company gives voice to an entire town of people who first witnessed unimaginable heartbreak, then suffered through emotional pain and unanswered questions before learning how to move forward with Eric Ulloa's new play, 26 Pebbles. (more...)

RIPPED TO SHREDS by Jeanne Glidewell is Released
by BWW News Desk - Jan 17, 2017

ePublishing Works! announces RIPPED TO SHREDS by Jeanne Glidewell, available in paperback (978-1-61417-993-1, 290 pages, $16.99 USD) and eBook format (978-1-61417-902-3, $3.99 USD). (more...)

Skinny Cow' Proudly Unveils A Fresh New Look, Simplified Recipes And Delicious Greek Frozen Yogurt Bars
by BWW News Desk - Feb 9, 2017

After more than 20 years of making delicious, full-flavored, sensibly-sized frozen treats, Skinny Cow is excited to debut all new recipes for their new and legacy treats, in addition to a new brand look and feel. Accompanying the Skinny Cow brand's new look and recipes is the latest addition to their portfolio of frozen treats: Skinny Cow Greek Frozen Yogurt Bars in two deliciously creamy flavors, Salt-Kissed Caramel and Chocolate Fudgetastic Swirl. (more...)

VIDEO: Sneak Peek - Season Premiere of THE MISSING on Starz
by TV News Desk - Feb 9, 2017

The second installment of THE MISSING premieres this Sunday, February 12 at 8PM ET/PT on Starz. The Golden Globe and Emmy®-nominated anthology series returns with a new case, new characters, and new locations. (more...)

Engin Inel Holmstrom Shares HOUSE OF DAUGHTERS
by BWW News Desk - Feb 27, 2017

Engin Inel Holmstrom first read Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice' as a sophomore in college when she was learning English, and every year since then, she picks up the novel to read it once more. (more...)

C. R. Haney Releases RIPPLES IN THE MIST
by BWW News Desk - Feb 23, 2017

C. R. Haney, a devoted writer and author, has completed his new book 'Ripples in the Mist': a gripping and potent adventure through lands of mystery and fantasy. Follow along with four warriors as they cross the many paths of evil and battle a dragon. (more...)

BWW Review: ANYONE CAN WHISTLE, Union Theatre
by Gary Naylor - Feb 12, 2017

Anyone Can Whistle is a rare combination of a well-deserved flop and a must-see show. Swallow the myriad flaws, and its an entertaining, sharp and eerily prophetic show. (more...)

Gia Lines Up 'Woman's World' on D/A Music Group
by BWW News Desk - Dec 28, 2016

D/A Music Group are causing Ripples around the global music industry as they roll out phase one of their voyage for 2017 with a consignment of new projects and talent, including the multi-faceted musical talents of Gia (more...)

Starz to Premiere Critically Acclaimed Limited Series THE MISSING, 2/12
by TV News Desk - Dec 15, 2016

Starz announced today that the second installment of the Golden Globe® and Emmy® award-nominated thriller, THE MISSING will premiere on Sunday, February 12, 2017 at 8PM ET/PT on STARZ (more...)

Box of Tricks to Bring NARVIK Tour to HOME Manchester This Winter
by BWW News Desk - Dec 14, 2016

Following their hugely successful touring productions of Plastic Figurines and Chip Shop Chips, Manchester-based theatre company Box of Tricks will open their 2017 tour of Narvik, their critically acclaimed new play with songs, by award-winning playwright Lizzie Nunnery, at HOME between Tue 31 Jan - Sat 4 Feb 2017. (more...)

Toronto Condo Bidding Wars Make Appraisals Difficult Says Condo Specialist Casey Ragan
by BWW News Desk - Dec 12, 2016

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BWW Interview: Emmy Nominated Production Designer David Korins Talks GREASE LIVE!
by Caryn Robbins - Aug 22, 2016

Today, production designer David Korins speaks exclusively with BWW about the challenges and triumphs of re-creating the 1950's for a live television audience. (more...)

Toronto International Film Festival Reveals 2016 City to City Programme
by Movies News Desk - Aug 16, 2016

The 41st Toronto International Film Festival® shines its spotlight on eight fearless features from the city of Lagos, Nigeria, for the eighth edition of the City to City programme. (more...)

WICKED's Elphie Award Honors Those Who Defy Gravity For Good
by Michael Dale - Aug 12, 2016

Honorees include a man who volunteers to transport disabled people in Nairobi and a 16-year-old who invented a new way to preserve water in drought-stricken South Africa. (more...)

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