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Harlem Globetrotters Unveil New Logo For First Time In 25 Years
by BWW News Desk - Nov 30, 2016


BWW Recap: Liza's 'Summer Friday' Isn't Without Its Ups and Downs on YOUNGER
by Matt Smith - Nov 30, 2016

So, apparently… while we're finishing up our turkey leftovers, prepping for a visit from the big man with the bag, and above all, bracing for snow… it's bright and shiny summer in the YOUNGER-verse. But while the weather outside may not be frightful… it's not quite all fun in the sun for Liza and Kelsey, who find themselves in hot water after a deal to secure Colin's manuscript goes rather awry. Ruh roh.  (more...)

BWW Recap: Everything Must Be Burned Clean on WESTWORLD
by Jessica Naftaly - Nov 28, 2016

WESTWORLD's penultimate episode entitled 'The Well-Tempered Clavier' just aired last night and as we head into the finale of the first season, the show proves it's not holding back any of its punches. The show has certainly taken on a bigger life in the online community with fan theorizing and discussion and WESTWORLD does what most shows should follow suit in revealing answers to questions the fans are asking and are already forming their own answers to. By doing so, they avoid the probable let down in the future that comes with an anticlimactic reveal of something the consumers have been building up in their heads for so long in such a grandiose way that the final product could never hold a candle to what they were imagining it to be. They also prove that the show overall, as a narrative and a piece of thematic storytelling, isn't about the twists, despite their existence in the narrative. They exist, but as the theories prove by being completely true, the information was all there from the beginning and the questions about consciousness, autonomy, and humanity are the real grounding force of the epic scale drama that is WESTWORLD. (more...)

by BWW News Desk - Nov 28, 2016

In January 2015, Tracey Sullivan adopted a pure bred flashy fawn boxer puppy from Ohio that was already named Tebow. Sullivan's inspiration for 'Tebow Tails: Caspar's Conquest' (published by Lulu) emerged from her unbridled joy of children's picture books, unconditional love from dogs, imagining them with human traits, the adventures of living in a beachside community and having the opportunity to pay it forward while enlightening both children and adults with life lessons. (more...)

BWW Review: THE TEMPEST, Print Room at the Coronet, 25 November 2016
by Gary Naylor - Nov 26, 2016

Gary Naylor sees a serious but rewarding take on one of Shakespeare's late plays that raises questions about power and control. (more...)

Russian Author Pens ONE-TWO
by BWW News Desk - Nov 25, 2016

Summary: Two conjoined babies are born at the intersection of two social worldviews. The girls are named Faith and Hope. After spending their childhood in a foster home and obtaining a basic education, they come to realise that they are different from other people in many respects. The problems of their upbringing are only made worse by the constant humiliations they suffer at the hands of society. Eventually, fortune Smiles on them, by seemingly opening up the door to happiness: a separation surgery that can theoretically be performed in the capital. Thus begins a journey fraught with difficulties and obstacles for the sisters. Will they be able to get past the wall of public cynicism, together with the internal conflicts they have among themselves? Will they find a justification for their existence and learn to accept it? The search for the answers to these and many other questions constitutes the essence of this novel. About the Author: Igor Miroshnichenko (born 12 March, 1977 in Rostov-on-Don, Russia) is an English-language writer, novelist, and essayist; he writes under the pen name Igor Eliseev, his mother's maiden name. Igor graduated from the Don State Technical University, where he studied engineering procedure, in 1999. He also studied at the Moscow University of Industry and Finance, graduating in 2009 with a degree in the management of commercial activities. He first tried his hand at writing sketches and scripts for a radio show. He also found himself particularly drawn to portrait and fashion photography. Some time later, he became one of the most in-demand photographers in Moscow. His photos brought him a lot of attention and a taste of financial freedom, but ultimately, literature remains his true and only calling. Igor Eliseev began his literary activity in 1999 with a number of short stories, essays and a film script. Later, the plot of the script developed into a literary novel - the most important project of his life and one that has not yet been completed. In 2015, however, he finished his second novel, which, by a twist of fate, became his debut novel. One-Two, a book that is dedicated to the memory of his mother, tells the story of two conjoined sisters born in the era of the collapse of the Soviet Union. He has been interested in oriental martial arts ever since he was a child and practices Judo, Karate, Jiu-Jitsu and Chinese Wushu; he worked as a martial arts instructor for several years. Review copies are available upon request. Title: One-Two Author: Igor Eliseev Publisher: Glagoslav Publications Language: English ISBN: 9781911414230 Extent: 240 pages Format: paperback, hardback, e-book (more...)

Jessica Hackett and 5 Pound Theatre Present JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND SMILES
by BWW News Desk - Nov 25, 2016

Aggrieved by the endlessly contemptible treatment of refugees and asylum seekers in offshore detention, it was the belief in her fellow Australians and their generosity of spirit that launched Jessica Hackett on an epic journey. (more...)

BWW Review: EXTREMITIES at Space Theatre
by - Nov 24, 2016

Mystique Productions & Tony Knight Acting are presenting Extremities, to coincide with White Ribbon Day, 25th November. (more...)

Black Tie Party Collects Thousands of Teddy Bears for Sick Children
by BWW News Desk - Nov 24, 2016


BWW Review: NOT One Of My Favorite Things! THE SOUND OF MUSIC Misses The Emotional Mark At The McCallum
by David Green - Nov 23, 2016

Everyone deserves to see a great production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC in their lifetime. For those who attended the Jack O'Brien production last night at The McCallum, who have never seen one before, they are still waiting. It is a gorgeous, lavish production. The sets and costumes are beyond incredible. The voices are incredible as well. And, if you were just looking at photo stills form the production, or perhaps listening to the cast recording, you might think you had reached Rodgers and Hammerstein Nirvana. However, this production lacked the two things essential to this beautiful story - honesty and any real sense of emotion. It was as cold as the Alps!! (I though long and hard about writing a negative review over Thanksgiving break - because, in particular, I didn't want to do any damage to The McCallum box office! However, I was assured the musical is sold out for the balance of the run - so no damage done - just calling it like I see it!) (more...)

The Revival (Hyde Park) Announces December Programming
by BWW News Desk - Nov 21, 2016

The Revival, a new comedy theater in Hyde Park, announces its lineup of shows and events playing in December 2016. Inspired by the legacy of the Compass Players, The Revival brings improvisational comedy back to the same corner where it was invented in 1955! Tickets can be purchased by visiting The Revival is located at 1160 E. 55th St. in Hyde Park. (more...)

Derek McLane, Santo Loquasto, David Korins Among Nominees for 2017 Art Directors Guild Awards; Full List
by TV News Desk - Jan 5, 2017

The Art Directors Guild has announced nominees for 21st annual Excellence in Production Design Awards, featuring 11 categories in theatrical motion pictures, TV, commercials and music videos. (more...)

It's So Chewish! Jewish Women's Theatre Explores Special Connection Between Food and Jewish Life
by BWW News Desk - Jan 5, 2017

Ask any Jewish man, woman or child to describe a favorite memory and the response will likely to be a story about family, friends and food.  The sights, sounds, and smells all have special meaning, but it is memories of the tastes that bring the most Smiles.  Food and Jewish life have been inseparable throughout history. The Old Testament says the Israelites celebrated their newfound freedom from the Pharaoh with a communal meal of roast lamb and herbs. Even since then, Jewish people and food have been linked symbolically and socially. "Ess my kind" is a universal anthem.   (more...)

BWW Review: The Overpowering Modernity of Francis Picabia
by Patrick Kennedy - Jan 3, 2017

The Museum of Modern Art delivers a stunning one-artist showcase, and puts forward powerful evidence of Francis Picabia's sly, sensitive genius. (more...)

BWW Student Blog: Jessica Vanek - A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC at the Las Vegas Little Theatre Is Anything But Little
by Guest Blogger: Jessica Vanek - Jan 23, 2017

Jess here.  I recently had the incredible opportunity to attend a production of A Little Night Music at the Las Vegas Little Theatre, a well-established theatre company here in town.  As Sondheim is my favorite composer, this was immensely pleasing to see.  The story is set in 1900's Sweden, and follows the lives of Fredrik Egerman and his young wife, Anne.  Their inner turmoil when dealing with all things romantic is apparent from the outset, with 'Soon/Later/Now' sung by Anne, Fredrik, and Fredrik's son, Henrik, clearly defining the show's underlying premise of frustration, longing and infidelity.  When actress Desiree Armfeldt, Fredrik's former lover, happens by their town on tour, an opportunity to rekindle the romance comes into play, however foiled by the unexpected arrival of Desiree's married lover, Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm.  Subsequently, the development of several unbeknownst love triangles and pairings surface in Act II, as the group members all rendezvous at the country estate of Desiree's mother, Madame Armfeldt, for a climactic 'Weekend in the Country.' (more...)

Liverpudlian Pop Punks WSTR Release 'Red, Green or Inbetween'
by BWW News Desk - Jan 20, 2017

Liverpudlian Pop Punks WSTR have at last released their debut album, 'Red, Green Or Inbetween' via No Sleep Records. (more...)

UK's Uncle Frank Release Double-A Side Love Lion / Tokyo
by BWW News Desk - Jan 20, 2017

Though it's hard to predict what twists and turns this New Year will take, one thing that's certain is that it will be filled with the funky, hard-rockin', and soulful sounds of the UK's Uncle Frank! (more...)

HospiceMed Introduces New E-Prescribing Solution for Hospice Agencies Across the U.S.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 20, 2017


"Forgotten" Minogue Sister Performing At Midsumma Festival
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2017

In the early '80s, three young Melbourne girls sprinted down the path to stardom; Young Talent Time series regular Dannii Minogue, her older sister Kylie, whose Neighbours fame landed her 100 million adoring fans overnight - but what about the third sister? (more...)

New Exhibition 'Places of the Mind' to Feature British Watercolour Landscapes
by BWW News Desk - Jan 18, 2017

Places of the Mind: British watercolour landscapes 1850–1950 will display a selection of stunning works from the rich collection of the British Museum's Department of Prints and Drawings to examine the ways artists interpreted landscape on paper during the Victorian and early Modern period. (more...)

British Museum Announces 'Places of the Mind: British Watercolour Landscapes 1850–1950'
by BWW News Desk - Jan 18, 2017

Places of the Mind: British watercolour landscapes 1850-1950 (more...)

Dr. Michael L. Schwartz to Run the 2017 London Marathon for 'Smile Train' Fundraiser
by BWW News Desk - Jan 18, 2017

A Palm Beach doctor plans to run the 2017 London Marathon in April as a fund raiser for Smile Train, an international charity that provides free surgery to poor children suffering from cleft lip and cleft palate. (more...)

PETER AND THE STARCATCHER - the Ultimate Triumph of the Underdog
by BWW News Desk - Jan 18, 2017

Alex Tuchi, who plays the Boy, said, 'I felt so welcomed from the first minute I stepped into the theatre, and that comfort still hasn't left me.' (more...)

Dr. Les Latner Bringing Brighter Smiles to Domestic Violence Survivors
by BWW News Desk - Jan 13, 2017


Full Casting Announced for Major Revival of David Hare's MASTERPIECE SKYLIGHT at Theatr Clwyd
by BWW News Desk - Jan 12, 2017

Artistic director of Theatr Clwyd, Tamara Harvey, today announces full casting for her major new revival of David Hare's Olivier award-winning drama, Skylight. Harvey will direct Oscar Batterham (Edward), Jeany Spark (Kyra) and Jay Villiers (Tom). The production opens on 14 February, with previews from 9 February, running until 4 March. (more...)

by Vikki Broad - Jan 12, 2017

English National Ballet are undoubtedly a company in need or a decent break. Having thrilled audiences with a new take on Giselle from Akram Khan back in November, a full run of Nutcracker over the festive period, they now embark on over a dozen performances of Mary Skeaping's Giselle before they can take a well earned breather. It makes for a pleasing compare and contrast to Khan's contemporary offering. (more...)

'Aquarius' Singer of The 5th Dimension Releases New Song: 'Cease Fire'
by BWW News Desk - Dec 9, 2016

The 6-time Grammy winning founder of Pop-Soul legendary singing group, The 5th Dimension is keeping it fresh these days, celebrating a hit memoir and now releasing a new song he wrote titled, 'Cease Fire.' (more...)

Worthy's Experts Reveal Their Top Self Indulgent Holiday Picks In Its First-Ever Single Mom Gift Guide Blog Post
by BWW News Desk - Dec 8, 2016


Centaur Theatre Sets 20th Annual Wildside Theatre Festival Lineup
by BWW News Desk - Dec 7, 2016

For its 20th anniversary, Centaur Theatre's Wildside Festival, running from January 5 to 15, 2017, presents one of its most eclectic line-ups for the 'hottest two weeks in winter'! Seven stimulating shows packed with humanity, humour and music, explore themes of female, cultural, and sexual identity, family relationships, journalistic responsibility, the search for authenticity and marginalization.   (more...)

Bonnie Lythgoe Presents World Premiere of PETER PAN & TINKER BELL in Return to Pantoland
by BWW News Desk - Dec 7, 2016

Audience's young and old will be all Smiles and flying high next winter when Bonnie Lythgoe Productions tours Australia for the first time ever. (more...)

Chris Young & Cassadee Pope React to Grammy Nominations
by BWW News Desk - Dec 6, 2016

Chris Young and Cassadee Pope are all Smiles today as they received the news of their No. 1 hit, “Think of You,” being nominated for Best Country Duo/Group Performance at the upcoming 59th Annual GRAMMY® Awards (more...)

Visual Arts Center of New Jersey Welcomes Four New Members to Board of Trustees
by BWW News Desk - Dec 6, 2016

At its recent Annual Meeting, the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey welcomed four new members to the Board of Trustees. (more...)

BWW Recap:WESTWORLD Proves that Violent Delights Truly Have Violent Ends in its Mindblowing Finale
by Jessica Naftaly - Dec 5, 2016

The final episode of the premiere season of Westworld, “The Bicameral Mind,” was bittersweet, sentimental, violent, satisfying, and only benefits from a repeat viewing or two. With everything riding on the finale and the show's massively built up audience praying for a finale that would live up tot he rest of the season's carefully and deftly crafted episodes, WESTWORLD didn't disappoint. Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan proved that they had hit on something truly special and are focused on a narrative deeper and more thoughtful than the majority of shows currently and previously reaching the top of the ratings. WESTWORLD's finale only cemented the show's narrative theme of autonomy, storytelling and subverting the traditional tropes of stories, as well as it's ultimate deconstruction of archetypes through our ultimate lenses; Maeve and Dolores.  (more...)

IDI Consulting Hosts Second Annual Toys for Tots Collection Campaign
by BWW News Desk - Dec 5, 2016


Stephanie Kwisnek Pens 'The Starr Student: A Happy Tail from the Goofy Newfie'
by BWW News Desk - Dec 30, 2016

Stephanie Kwisnek, a journalist, devoted writer and author, has completed her first new book 'The Starr Student: A Happy Tail from the Goofy Newfie': a vibrant and educational work that follows Starr, the Newfoundland, as she goes to school to learn how to become a therapy dog but soon finds out that not everything can be fun and games. (more...) Marks Fourth Year of Holiday Season Global Charity Work
by BWW News Desk - Dec 29, 2016


BWW Interview: DANCING WITH THE STARS LIVE! at Fabulous Fox Theatre
by Justin Cole Adams - Dec 29, 2016

No one can refute the immense talents of the professionally trained dancers and choreographers from ABC's hit TV show, DANCING WITH THE STARS. So why not take these immense talents on tour? No reason at all! That's why until February 14, our favorites are on the road bringing the best dances of the season, and some new surprises, to a city near you. Plus, Olympic gold medal winner Laurie Hernandez will be there! (more...)

Doc Popcorn Introduces Decadent Cookies 'n' Cream Popcorn for National Popcorn Poppin' Month
by BWW News Desk - Dec 25, 2016

Doc Popcorn, the world's largest popcorn franchise retailer with more than 100 locations around the globe, will give people a chance to win free tins of its new seasonal Cookies 'n' Cream popcorn flavor during National Popcorn Poppin' Month in October by sharing 'what makes them pop' on their personal Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram accounts. After being enjoyed by consumers as one of the most popular ice cream, milk shake and candy bar flavors, this is the first time Doc Popcorn has developed Cookies 'n' Cream into a popcorn flavor. The limited time flavor will be available at participating locations nationwide and online at between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31. (more...)

Alessia Cara & Duracell Power Holiday Smiles for Children's Miracle Network This Holiday Season
by BWW News Desk - Dec 20, 2016

Multi-platinum recording artist / Singer-Songwriter Alessia Cara, is teaming up with Duracell this holiday season to help thousands of children spending the holidays in the hospital. (more...)

Kansas City Repertory Theatre Cast Spreads Cheer at Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City
by BWW News Desk - Dec 19, 2016

Last year, the youth cast of A Christmas Carol gathered supplies for Operation Breakthrough and then delivered them while caroling around the classrooms.  It was a wonderful event all around and both the kids and the cast loved it.  (more...)

BWW Review: CHRISTMAS PROMS 2016 at Her Majesty's Theatre
by Barry Lenny - Dec 17, 2016

This is an essential Christmas event for so many people, so make sure that you are amongst them. (more...)

Regional Roundup: Top 10 Stories This Week Around the Broadway World - 12/16; THE CRUCIBLE in Minneapolis, ANNIE in Memphis and More!
by BWW Special Coverage - Dec 16, 2016

This week, we go around our Broadway World to feature stories in Minneapolis, Memphis, Portland and more. Check out our top 10 stories around our Broadway World below, which include THE CRUCIBLE in Minneapolis, ANNIE in Memphis and IRVING BERLIN in Portland, just to name a few. (more...)

Stars Of Parr Hall Panto Spread Festive Cheer On Children's Ward
by BWW News Desk - Dec 16, 2016

Young patients at Warrington Hospital had huge Smiles on their faces this week thanks to a surprise visit by the cast of Parr Hall's panto Aladdin. (more...)

Review Roundup: DREAMGIRLS Opens in the West End
by Review Roundups - Dec 14, 2016

The long-awaited UK premiere of Dreamgirls opens tonight, Wednesday 14 December at the Savoy Theatre in London, 35 years after originally opening on Broadway.   (more...)

ImprovBoston to Ring in the New Year with 100 FIRST JOKES and More
by BWW News Desk - Dec 14, 2016

ImprovBoston rings in 2017 with a New Year's Eve marathon of six fully improvised comedy celebrations chocked-full of improvised scenes, quirky characters, and audience participation, guaranteeing 2016 is a year to remember. (more...)

BWW Review: SANTALAND DIARIES at Kansas City Repertory Theatre
by Alan Portner - Dec 13, 2016

See how KC Rep has enhanced this holiday favorite. (more...)

Experience Drones, Virtual Reality and Gaming Equipment, Firsthand at the B&H SuperStore
by BWW News Desk - Dec 13, 2016


Chris Young Announces CMA-Sponsored TOYS FOR TOTS Drive
by BWW News Desk - Dec 12, 2016

Chris Young has been making the holidays shine for children by partnering with Toys for Tots to collect toys for deserving children in nine states during his “I'm Comin' Over Tour” this fall. (more...)

Be a Holiday Hero with Skoozi - Live Chat with Santa on the Skoozi App
by BWW News Desk - Dec 1, 2016


Santa & Mrs. Claus to Visit Airport During 22nd Annual Holiday Music Festival
by BWW News Desk - Dec 1, 2016

The Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GFIA) is getting into the holiday spirit with a music festival, and a visit from Santa & Mrs. Claus. (more...)

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