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BWW Review: Sydney Dance Company Opens in New York City
by Rose Marija - Mar 9, 2017

Sydney Dance Company performs at the Joyce Theater, NYC, NY (more...)

Larchmont Village Announces Fourth Anniversary of Little Free Library
by BWW News Desk - Mar 8, 2017

Nothing brings a community together like warm Smiles, coffee shops, and little libraries! We couldn't be more proud of our little library outside our dental office as it brings a reason for passer-bys to stop and take a moment out of their day to unwind. An abundance of books have been in rotation since Dr. Arthur A. Kezian DDS did the first opening of the library in May of 2013 and the library has been going strong since. Today, we celebrate its fourth-year anniversary. (more...)

BWW Review: ADELAIDE FRINGE 2017: CIRQUE AFRICA at Cirque Africa Big Top
by Barry Lenny - Mar 8, 2017

This wonderful family friendly show, Cirque Africa, is a feast for the senses. (more...)

BWW Review: ROBOT DADDY - A Must See Rocking Multi-Media Experience
by Lynn Beaver - Mar 8, 2017

Celebrating their 20th anniversary production with ROBOT DADDY, Electronic Planet Ensemble (ELP) gives an exciting performance at The Vortex theatre. (more...)

John Paciga Soars Across 88 Keys In His New Video 'Tickling The Ivories'
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2017

“Tickling The Ivories,” the lead single from his Gotta Play EP, is, superficially, a love song to the act of playing the piano – Paciga tells his listeners that he'd rather stay in the studio and make music than go out and par (more...)

BWW Blog: Emma Suttell - A Bitter-Sweet Closing- as a Stage Manager in Training
by Guest Blogger: Emma Suttell - Mar 6, 2017

As I am writing this, I can already say that I miss the cast that I worked with terribly. There's nothing that makes my heart so full as working with forty-three 5-10 year olds who are all truly passionate about theatre. Closing this show- my first one learning how to stage manage- has been extremely bittersweet. Training as a stage manager has been one of the most difficult things I have ever done, and I have a newfound respect for everyone that works tech for any show, anywhere. I've student assisted two other shows, but Winnie the Pooh strengthened my knowledge in tech beyond belief! I'm so grateful to all of my production staff for everything they taught me throughout the show- they've all teched several shows themselves, and I am so grateful they passed along their tips and techniques to me!  (more...)

12th Annual Ventura County Blues Festival, A Spring SoCal Tradition, Keeping the Blues Alive
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2017

Announcing the 12th Annual Ventura County Blues Festival, a Spring SoCal Tradition, Keeping the Blues Alive for a dozen consecutive years, taking place Saturday, April 29, 2017, at Studio Channel Islands, 2222 E. Ventura Blvd., in Camarillo. Gates open 10:00 am, music begins at 11:00 am. Tickets $30. (Pre-Sale), $40. (Day of Show). Kids 12 and under, free with paid Adult General Admission. V.I.P. Tickets $125. (online only). Festival proceeds benefits Food Share and other Ventura County area charities (please bring a food item to donate). Info: (805) 501-7122 or visit venturacountyblues.com/. (more...)

VIDEO: Signature Theatre Announces 2017/18 Season!
by Stage Tube - Mar 31, 2017

Artistic Director Eric Schaeffer and Managing Director Maggie Boland announce the full lineup for Signature Theatre's 2017/18 season. (more...)

Signature Theatre's 2017-18 Season Will Celebrate Great American Composers
by BWW News Desk - Mar 30, 2017

Artistic Director Eric Schaeffer and Managing Director Maggie Boland announce the full lineup for Signature Theatre's 2017/18 season. (more...)

Patrick Street Productions to Present A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC This May
by BWW News Desk - Mar 30, 2017

Patrick Street Productions will present A Little Night Music, with Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and Book by Hugh Wheeler. Directed by Peter Jorgensen, the show will run May 11 - 21, 2017, with one preview on Thursday, May 11. Opening night is set for Saturday, May 13, at the Anvil Centre Theatre, 777 Columbia Street, New Westminster. (more...)

Be on the Streets Where It Happens! Broadway Up Close Walking Tours Return with HAMILTOUR
by BWW News Desk - Mar 3, 2017

For the past seven years, Broadway Up Close walking tours have been treading the sidewalks of Times Square, unearthing Broadway's secrets and ghost stories. Having just welcomed its 10,000th tour-goer at the end of February 2017, the company now introduces a brand-new walking tour for all those obsessed with Hamilton: An American Musical or simply seeking to learn more about this cultural phenomenon and the man whose life inspired it. (more...)

King's Theatre Panto Stars Acknowledged for Contribution to the City of Edinburgh
by BWW News Desk - Mar 3, 2017

King's Theatre panto stars ALLAN STEWART, ANDY GRAY and GRANT STOTT were invited to a special reception with the Lord Provost in recognition of their contribution to the City of Edinburgh. (more...)

BWW CD Review: A BRONX TALE (Original Broadway Cast Recording) is Entertaining, But Not Unforgettable
by David Clarke - Mar 29, 2017

Ghostlight Records' recent release of A BRONX TALE (Original Broadway Cast Recording) perfectly captures the spirit of the Broadway show. The record sounds reminiscent of JERSEY BOYS with music and lyrics that pulsate with a heart that reminds listeners of HAIRSPRAY. The up-tempo tracks, enthusiastic performances, and pop and funk sounds of the 60s flood the album. This ensures audiences will be tapping their toes to the infectious beats, even if the songs don't stick to their ribs after the CD ends. (more...)

Magic, Science, Pirates and More Set for Cape Playhouse's Summer 2017 Kids Season
by BWW News Desk - Mar 29, 2017

The Cape Playhouse has big plans for little theatre goers this summer, as FunDay FriDays! Playhouse for Kids takes the stage.  From pirate tales to dogs performing hilarious tricks, puppets, magicians and jugglers, the schedule has something for all kids. (more...)

BWW Review: FANGIRL by Rainbow Rowell
by Bonnie Lynn Wagner - Mar 28, 2017

FANGIRL took me longer to get into than ELEANOR & PARK, which I reviewed here at BWW last week. It has a slower start before it gets moving and makes readers become attached to the characters. It's also a longer book, so it took me longer than the day it did to read ELEANOR & PARK. But in some ways, I can relate more to FANGIRL because I've experienced several of the same things that Cath goes through. In ELEANOR & PARK, it's easy to slip into Eleanor's shoes and feel her embarrassment and live her life. With FANGIRL, the audience is more secular. I've heard a lot of people complain that FANGIRL seems improbable, that freshmen at college aren't like this, that the scenario is off. ...And yet, Cath is a lot like I was my first year of college. Don't brush off Cath's experience just because it wasn't yours, because it was someone else's. (more...)

Baby On Board? That's What WAITRESS at the Brooks Atkinson Theater Is All About!
by Jaclyn Layman - Mar 28, 2017

The kindness shown at the Brooks Atkinson Theater is not just on stage! (more...)

BWW Review: Nashville Rep's Passionate RAISIN IN THE SUN
by Jeffrey Ellis - Mar 27, 2017

Jackie Welch, Tamiko Robinson Steele and Lauren Frances Jones together onstage are like the royalty of Nashville theater: three formidable actresses who bring a wealth of experience to any role they play as individuals. Yet, collectively, the three women are more than mere forces of nature, they are nature itself, their remarkable talents combining to create a theatrical experience that will long be remembered, venerated and discussed among those people fortunate enough to see them in Nashville Repertory Theatre's stunning production of Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun. (more...)

Disney Pixar's CARS 3 Fuels Up for Nationwide Tour
by Movies News Desk - Mar 22, 2017

Disney•Pixar's CARS 3 is hitting the road this month with Road to the Races, a nationwide tour inviting fans of #95 to gear up for the upcoming big-screen release. (more...)

Sydney Theatre Company and Adshel Present Jonathan Biggins' TALK
by BWW News Desk - Mar 2, 2017

The relationships that bind modern journalism, the justice system and the political establishment come under acerbic scrutiny in Talk, written and directed by Jonathan Biggins. Sydney Theatre Company's latest new play, exploring how the 24 hour news cycle is spurred on by the influence of social media, is at Sydney Opera House from 23 April to 20 May 2017, followed by seasons in Belrose and Canberra. (more...)

BWW Review: THE SPITFIRE GRILL at Oyster Mill Playhouse
by Allison Rambler - Mar 15, 2017

When an actor starts out on their journey to stardom, they are bound to hear the same advice from a multitude of concerned friends and relatives: theatre is a cut-throat business, and nothing is set in stone. However, when these well-meaning people give this warning, they are more than likely referring to the worlds of New York City and Hollywood, the promised lands for actors and theatre-goers alike. They are not thinking of community theatre, which in some ways can be equally as vastly competitive and filled with it's own kind of drama. It can be just as difficult to make a mark on your hometown theatre scene than it is on the streets of Broadway, especially when you are surrounded by a wealth of local talent. It could be easy for Oyster Mill Playhouse in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania to fall victim to the curse of community obscurity, but they have proven to have done just the opposite, especially with their production of THE SPITFIRE GRILL. (more...)

BWW Review: A Warm Cup of T with YANKEE PICKNEY at Theater Schmeater
by Amelia Reynolds - Mar 14, 2017

"Yankee Pickney" is a dynamic relic, a precious time capsule of diaries, photographs, poems, and stories about Jehan Òsanyin's complicated relationship with her identity, primarily her racial and ethnic identity. She talks about how her relationship to her race and ethnicity fluctuated depending on where she lived, whether it be in Hershey, Pennsylvania, the Virgin Islands, or on her Semester at Sea trip to Africa. The title of the production itself references her complex identity, as the term comes from the nickname Òsanyin's grandparent would call her, meaning Americanized child. Òsanyin mourns the death of her best friend, and discusses how systematic racism has impacted her personally. (more...)

BWW Review: IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU at Smithtown Center For The Performing Arts
by Anthony Hazzard & Scott Stolzenberg - Mar 14, 2017

You're a guest at the riotous wedding of Rebecca Steinberg and Brian Howard in Smithtown Center For The Performing Arts' fantastic musical production 'It Shoulda Been You.' Family squabble, friendly foolery, and shocking surprises are all present in this delightful show that revolves around a young couple on their wedding day. This Long Island premiere has a book and lyrics by Brian Hargrove with music by Barbara Anselmi. Michael Cooper, Will Randall, Carla Rose Fisher, Ernie Lijo, and Jill Abramovitz also contributed to the lyrics. (more...)

Michael Whalen's New Album 'Dream Cycle' Gives Adults Permission to Go to Sleep—Finally
by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2017

Emmy award-winning composer and Yamaha artist Michael Whalen wants his music to put you to sleep. His new album, “Dream Cycle” (Valley Entertainment) succeeds at this, inspiring rest, relaxation, wellness, meditation and ultimately, sleep—a crucial activity that eludes so many of us, particularly in these unsettling post-election days. (more...)

BWW Review: Mwah! Love and Kisses to STAGE KISS
by Nancy Grossman - Mar 1, 2017

Playwright Sarah Ruhl's STAGE KISS is a rom-com that turns the world on with its Smiles, laughs, and an abundance of kisses. Director Courtney O'Connor helps an ensemble cast of seven slide easily in and out of the world of the play and the play-within-a-play, and the chemistry between Celeste Oliva and Alexander Platt makes sparks fly. (more...)

Philip Shindler DDS, Dentist in Agoura Hills, is Offering a Limited...
by BWW News Desk - Feb 28, 2017

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2017 Bard Music Festival to Explore CHOPIN AND HIS WORLD
by BWW News Desk - Feb 28, 2017

Parisian culture, Polish politics, and the piano are the focus of this summer's annual Bard SummerScape festival, with seven weeks of music, opera, theater, dance, film, and cabaret keyed to the theme of the 28th Bard Music Festival, 'Chopin and His World.' (more...)

Kids Run the OC to Hit 10,000 Runners for 'Final Mile' Event, 5/6
by BWW News Desk - Feb 27, 2017

The OC Marathon Foundation has been 'Inspiring Kids to Fitness' with their KIDS RUNTM curriculum, a fun and dynamic training program with a 13-year track record of success through the Kids Run the OC presented by Nutrilite. Created to encourage healthier eating habits and battle childhood obesity in kids ages 4 to 13, the program has shown impressive growth each year. By the time the first heat begins at this year's Kids Run the OC (KROC) 'Final Mile' event on Saturday, May 6th, over 10,000 young runners will hit the pavement at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, representing 136 schools from 19 Orange County, CA districts. In an era when sedentary lifestyles and childhood obesity are on the rise, the directors of the OC Marathon Foundation are grateful the program is expanding its reach. 'We've lost PE in many of the schools these days,' says Gary Kutscher, long-time OC Marathon race director. 'We're offering something that is fun and engaging and easily accessible.' 'People see the beauty in this program, notice how well it works, and they tell other people,' says Kelsey Beall, KROC Program Director. 'The program's growth has been extraordinary.' The office continues to receive inquiries from new schools eager to adopt the KROC program for numerous reasons. The KIDS RUNTM program makes fitness available to many kids who might not otherwise have the means or encouragement to get into traditional sports programs. 'I chose to start up a new program of Kids Run the OC at my daughter's school,' says one mom volunteer, 'because she had such an amazing time last year at another school. We had some fabulous coaches who really taught her to love running and being more active and having less screen time. I am thrilled to see how many of our 800 students are excited to run.' Kathy Kane, principal at Meairs Elementary in Garden Grove, which has doubled its participation in five years with the program, says, 'It's just a fabulous experience for everybody.' The program also fills a void in school physical education programs by offering a curriculum that is both easy to adopt and incorporate by schools, and fun and engaging for the kids. Students at each participating school are led through the popular training program by an OC Marathon certified coach. 'From various games and activities to running and nutritional challenges, the KIDS RUNTM program is greater than the sum of its parts,' says Kutscher. What makes KIDS RUNTM so successful? Easy to implement: The OC Marathon Foundation's Plug-n-Play curriculum provides training and program materials for the coaches at each school location. No prior running or coaching experience is necessary to become a certified KIDS RUNTM coach. All that is needed is a committed group of teachers and/or parent volunteers to run the program at any school. Comprehensive Coaches' Curriculum: All teacher or parent volunteers become certified KIDS RUNTM coaches by attending a comprehensive coaches' training and are given an organized, copyrighted Coaches' Curriculum Box that includes easy-to-follow instructions printed on weekly curriculum cards. Additionally, the KROC Leadership Team, comprised of veteran KIDS RUNTM coaches, serve as mentors and resources for coaches during the program. Nutritional Challenges: A vital portion of the KROC curriculum are the Nutritional Challenges which not only promote and reinforce a healthy diet, but also help the kids make better food choices and encourage family involvement at home through behavioral modification activities. Fun Gets Results: During the 10- to 12-week curriculum, the kids accumulate over 25-miles' worth of conditioning that gets them in shape to run. The 'Final Mile' of the children's 'marathon' of exercise is achieved at the Kids Run the OC event held in conjunction with U.S. Bank OC Marathon event weekend. KIDS RUNTM training is not all running. Instead, kids play games including relays, tag and other dynamic and fun activities designed to improve speed, agility, flexibility, and hand/eye coordination not to mention confidence. Life Changing: A father from Robinson Elementary in Trabuco Canyon said his son, prior to KROC, had never been active and always seemed to lag behind. After his second year of KROC, however, he watched his son change. A few years later, 'he went on to run his first half marathon,' says his father. 'He has since finished 8 half marathons and loves to run.' Now graduated, his son is returning to the same school but this time as a coach. 'It's great seeing him transform and live a healthy lifestyle.' Remarkably, after the completion of the 2017 event, nearly 50,000 kids will have finished their KROC 'Final Mile' since the program's inception. Anyone attending the event will be delighted by the Smiles and enthusiasm of the children as they cross the finish line. For more information or to get involved, please go to www.kidsruntheoc.com or contact info@kidsruntheoc.org or call (949) 222.0456. About the U.S. Bank OC Marathon: In its 13th year, the U.S. Bank OC Marathon and half marathon welcomes runners from more than 25 countries and all 50 states. The course is considered one of the best destination races on the West Coast. The three-day event, May 5 - 7, 2017, includes the OC Lifestyle and Fitness Expo, the Kids Run the OC, and the Wahoo's OC 5K on Saturday, May 6th at 5:00 p.m. For more information on all events, please visit www.ocmarathon.com. (more...)

ABBA Tribute Band Dancing Dreams Comes to Broadway Theatre of Pitman
by BWW News Desk - Feb 26, 2017

Formerly known as the ABBA GIRLZ this New York City based ABBA Tribute Band features beautiful harmonies, elaborate costumes and exciting choreography guaranteed to captivate all audiences making every show a night to remember. Always very well organized from start to finish, they have been entertaining crowds all over North America since 2009. The secret to their success is great musicianship, energetic personalities and a genuine love for what they do. This shows with each performance. Their charisma electrifies audiences of all ages. (more...)

SPRING AWAKENING to Hit South Florida with Powerhouse Director
by BWW News Desk - Apr 4, 2017

'All shall know the wonder of Purple Summer.' is the closing lyric to Spring Awakening; a musical about humans, who're made entirely of flaws, stitched together with good intentions and covered with a welcoming heart hidden by assumptions. (more...)

California Boater Education Law in Effect January 1, 2018
by BWW News Desk - Apr 4, 2017

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BWW Interview: Hunter W. Foster Talks UNC CHARLOTTE SPRING DANCE CONCERT
by Linda Ann Watt - Apr 4, 2017

The audience will take away all the dancers' commitment to the performance and I will take away strength, ability and growth, dancing in this show. (more...)

Canuck Super Group TransCanada Highwaymen Sets Southern Ontario Tour Dates
by BWW News Desk - Apr 3, 2017

Four friends, four frontmen and four iconic Canadian rock bands ­- the TransCanada Highwaymen is a Canuck super group made up of Moe Berg of The Pursuit of Happiness, Chris Murphy of Sloan, Craig Northey of Odds and Steven Page, formerly of Barenaked Ladies. (more...)

Possum Point Players' DRIVING MISS DAISY Plays Final Weekend
by BWW News Desk - Apr 3, 2017

After a weekend of praise for their production of the Pulitzer Prize winning play, "Driving Miss Daisy," Possum Point Players present the final performances April 7, 8 and 9; Friday and Saturday shows are at 7:30 p.m., Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. Tickets are $18 adults and $17 for seniors and students. Tickets may be purchased atwww.possumpointplayers.org, or 302-856-4560. (more...)

Two Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Students Selected for NYO2
by BWW News Desk - Apr 26, 2017

Two Philadelphia Youth Orchestra organization musicians have been selected for the three-week summer program known as NYO2, an extension of Carnegie Hall's National Youth Orchestra (NYO) of the USA. (more...)

Cre8tive Works Enters Formal Agreement to Fund Independent Horror Film
by BWW News Desk - Apr 26, 2017

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Tommy Castro, Griffin House, Louis Prima Jr. and More Coming to City Winery Chicago
by BWW News Desk - Apr 25, 2017

City Winery Chicago, 1200 W. Randolph Street, announces multi-Blues Music Award winner Tommy Castro and his band The Painkillers, two shows from alternative rock band The Church, genre-mashing Louis Prima Jr. & The Witnesses and more. The following shows go on sale to the public on Thursday, April 27 at noon at citywinery.com/chicago. (more...)

City Park Jazz Announces 2017 Lineup For 31st Season
by BWW News Desk - Apr 25, 2017

The 31st season of City Park Jazz may prove to be its most eclectic season yet. (more...)

BWW Review: Nik and Sarah's Cabaret: HOMEMADE FUSION at Club Vibe
by Christine Swerczek - Apr 24, 2017

This is musical theater at its most personal. Take a small venue, one pianist, and a handful of really talented local performers, toss them together for a fusion of fun. (more...)

Podcast: West of Broadway Chats with Broadway Arts Camp Co-Founder, Alexis Carra
by West of Broadway - Apr 24, 2017

On this episode of West of Broadway, Will Armstrong sits down with Broadway Veteran and Co-founder of Broadway Arts Camp, Alexis Carra to discuss her journey from Broadway to Hollywood. Alexis also shares some stories from backstage and on set as well as her motivation behind her love of teaching and why her and her partner Chryssie Whitehead founded this west coast musical theater camp. (more...)

BWW Feature: Runaway Stage Productions Welcomes the Community to their Future Home in West Sacramento
by Courtney Symes - Apr 24, 2017

Runaway Stage Productions is on the move!  They have secured funding to begin construction on their new 250-seat theatre in West Sacramento.  According to producing director Bob Baxter, the schematic drawings are complete and they are now in the process of obtaining approval from the city and finalizing various permits.   (more...)

BWW Review: Cynthia Nixon and Laura Linney Alternate Roles in Lillian Hellman's Fascinating THE LITTLE FOXES
by Michael Dale - Apr 20, 2017

With her throaty elegance, sharp comic bite and aggressively sexual allure, Tallulah Bankhead quickly earned a loyal following when she appeared in her first five Broadway plays in the years between 1918 and 1922. Unfortunately, her performances were often the only positive attraction and each of the quintet closed very quickly. (more...)

Documentary THE BEE KEEPER to Compete at Beverly Hills International Film Festival
by Movies News Desk - Apr 19, 2017

THE BEE KEEPER, a documentary short film by director Briana Gallo, will screen at the Beverly Hills International Film Festival on Thursday, April 27th at 3PM. (more...)

Magic Hat Readies the Release of Big Hundo, a Big Ol' IPA
by BWW News Desk - Apr 19, 2017

The brewers at Magic Hat have had especially large Smiles on their faces recently. They've spent the last couple weeks giddily adding piles of hops to Big Hundo, an Imperial IPA, one of Magic Hat's Humdinger Collection of beers. The name, Big Hundo, comes from the dumbfounding amount of hops used to brew the beer, resulting in 100 IBUs. (more...)

World Champion Swimmer Michael Phelps Partners With The Nature conservancy for 'Save Water' Program
by BWW News Desk - Apr 18, 2017

In honor of Earth Day on April 22, Colgate is proud to announce that one of the most decorated athletes of all-time, swimmer Michael Phelps, is joining the company's water conservation awareness effort as global ambassador. As Colgate continues its ongoing partnership with The Nature Conservancy, a leading conservation organization to restore waterways in the U.S. and educate people about the importance of water, Michael Phelps will help raise awareness for the 'Save Water' program and inspire the next generation to take action. (more...)

BWW Review: BARNUM: Run Away With This Circus
by Nancy Grossman - Apr 18, 2017

The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus may be folding after 146 years in operation, but you can catch Moonbox Productions' loving tribute to its creator, P.T. Barnum at the Roberts Studio Theatre at the Boston Center for the Arts. Director/choreographer Rachel Bertone has crafted a dazzling, dizzying staging of BARNUM, featuring electrifying performances, beautiful vocals, and an array of circus routines that are made to look easy by the talented ensemble cast. Come follow the band and join this circus! (more...)

Podcast: West of Broadway Chats with Charles Chatelain about Fiasco's INTO THE WOODS
by West of Broadway - Apr 13, 2017

On this episode of West of Broadway, Will Armstrong and Lara Scott sit down with the Charles Chatelain, President of the Center Theater Group's Young Producers Circle to discuss the Fiasco Theater's production of Into the Woods performing at the Ahmanson Theater from now until May 14th. (more...)

American Classical Orchestra Presents Final Concert, 5/11
by BWW News Desk - Apr 13, 2017

The closing concert of the season on Thursday, May 11, at 8:00PM at Alice Tully Hall will be featuring two of Rossini's famous overtures, The Barber of Seville and William Tell; Clementi's Symphony No. 4; Paganini's 'La Campanella' from Concerto No. 2and Nardini's Violin Concerto in e minor with violinist Krista Bennion Feeney. Italian music of the Classical Era continued a long tradition of virtuosity in stringed instruments. By the beginning of the 19th century, Italian violins, violinist-composers and the violin repertoire had advanced to levels of flamboyance unrivaled anywhere else in Europe. Muzio Clementi's rarely heard symphony features virtuoso string passages unlike those of his contemporaries. Rossini's ebullient overtures complement the sentimental NardiniViolin Concerto in e minor and the fiery Paganini La Campanella.  This concert will be conducted by Thomas Crawford. (more...)

BWW Blog: Alyssa Sileo - Building A Show: ACTing Out at Gloucester County SURE Conference and my Playwriting Debut
by Guest Blogger: Alyssa Sileo - Apr 11, 2017

On July 15th, 2016, I began writing the first piece of the first theatre project that would be performed outside my head. It wasn't until August 23rd that I decided to chronicle the building of what would become State Your Case. (more...)

Frogs to Leap Into Atlanta Botanical Garden, Gainesville This Weekend
by BWW News Desk - Apr 11, 2017

Ribbit the Exhibit hops into the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Gainesville this spring with 23 whimsical frog sculptures sure to bring Smiles to the young and young at heart. (more...)

The Watermill Theatre Presents First Actor-Musician Production of A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC
by BWW News Desk - Apr 10, 2017

???????Following the outstanding success of past Sondheim productions at The Watermill Theatre, including the Tony award-winning Sweeney Todd which transferred to the West End and Broadway, The Watermill will present A Little Night Music as part of its 50th anniversary season, performed for the first time by a company of actor-musicians. (more...)

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