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BWW Reviews: 'Dinner and a Show' - Media theatre's ADDAMS FAMILY and IRON HILL BREWERYBWW Reviews: 'Dinner and a Show' - Media theatre's ADDAMS FAMILY and IRON HILL BREWERY
by Pati Buehler - Sep 30, 2014

What to do when you have a sure hit film or TV show that everyone's heard of? Make a Broadway Musical, of course. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Michael Korie Talks About the Oscar Hammerstein Festival at Bucks County PlayhouseBWW Interviews: Michael Korie Talks About the Oscar Hammerstein Festival at Bucks County Playhouse
by Kelli Curtin - Sep 25, 2014

Bucks County Playhouse is launching their first Oscar Hammerstein Festival this year. This festival was inspired by the mentorship Hammerstein offered Stephen Sondheim as a young man. One of the people teaching a workshop at the Hammerstein Festival is Michael Korie. Korie is a lyricist and librettist, who is known for writing the lyrics for the musical GREY GARDENS. I had a chance to speak with Korie about the Hammerstein festival as well as the importance of working with emerging artists. (more...)

Raymond Burke's CARDINAL SINNE Comes to Glasgay! Festival, Oct 22-Nov 1Raymond Burke's CARDINAL SINNE Comes to Glasgay! Festival, Oct 22-Nov 1
by BWW News Desk - Sep 23, 2014

An unsettling and unmissable new Glasgay! commission for the 2014 festival, Cardinal Sinne exposes all in a genre-defying production exploring the difficult issue of hypocrisy within the religious establishment as these ancient institutions struggle to come to terms with sexual modernity. CARDINAL SINNE by Raymond Burke and directed by Grant Smeaton will play Wednesday 22 October - Saturday 1 November 2014. (more...)

BWW Reviews: World Premiere of TEST PILOT Finds Moments of FlightBWW Reviews: World Premiere of TEST PILOT Finds Moments of Flight
by Libby Ryan - Sep 22, 2014

Test Pilot, a world premiere dance opera co-created by Penelope Freeh and Jocelyn Hagen, opened at the O'Shaughnessy Theater in Saint Paul on September 12 as a part of the Women of Substance series at St. Catherine University. (more...)

BWW Reviews: The Turntable Returns to Orlando Shakespeare's LES MISERABLESBWW Reviews: The Turntable Returns to Orlando Shakespeare's LES MISERABLES
by Kimberly Moy - Sep 17, 2014

If you haven't heard of LES MISERABLES then you're probably living under a pop-culture rock. Since making it's English-language stage debut in 1983, this phenomenon has been thrilling audiences around the world and now in Orlando. To kick off Orlando Shakespeare's 26th Season, this mega musical packs a strong cast and an award winning score. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Walnut Street's 9 TO 5 THE MUSICALBWW Reviews: Walnut Street's 9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL
by Pati Buehler - Sep 15, 2014

With the good wishes of Dolly Parton herself, the stellar Philly/ Broadway cast under the direction of Bruce Lumpkin and choreographer Michelle Gaudette is a fun loving day at the office from hell! . (more...)

BWW Reviews: Carole J. Bufford's New Show 'Boulevard of Broken Dreams' Is a One-Night Tour de Force at 54 BelowBWW Reviews: Carole J. Bufford's New Show 'Boulevard of Broken Dreams' Is a One-Night Tour de Force at 54 Below
by Stephen Hanks - Oct 26, 2014

Having written extensively about skyrocketing-to-stardom singer Carole J. Bufford over the past three years (a January/February cover story for Cabaret Scenes Magazine, and rave reviews of her past three major show runs (here, here, and here), I felt as if I had exhausted my entire repertoire of descriptive metaphors and superlatives in assessing her stirring cabaret performances. Even though she's still but a babe in cabaret years, and has a long, successful career ahead of her, I wasn't planning to review any more of her shows because, well, there didn't seem to be anything more to say. But, dammit, every time I try to get out, Carole J. Bufford pulls me back in. (more...)

Review Roundup: The Met Opera's Controversial THE DEATH OF KLINGHOFFERReview Roundup: The Met Opera's Controversial THE DEATH OF KLINGHOFFER
by Review Roundups - Oct 24, 2014

The Metropolitan Opera's 2014-15 season kicked off with the controversial John Adams's The Death of Klinghoffer, conducted by David Robertson and directed by Tom Morris. (more...)

BWW Reviews: SUPER SIDEKICK: THE MUSICAL Packs a Super-Sized Punch for All AgesBWW Reviews: SUPER SIDEKICK: THE MUSICAL Packs a Super-Sized Punch for All Ages
by Christina Mancuso - Oct 24, 2014

Superheros! Ninja Pandas! Evil Sorcerers! Feminist Princesses! What more could you ask for in an action-packed musical that's not only entertaining, but cleverly written and fun for all ages. CCT's regional premiere of SUPER SIDEKICK: THE MUSICAL packs in an hour's worth of nonstop adventure that everyone from kids to teens to adults is sure to enjoy. (more...)

REBECCA'S SOLILOQUY Offers Journey of Love During Civil WarREBECCA'S SOLILOQUY Offers Journey of Love During Civil War
by BWW News Desk - Oct 23, 2014

Nashville, Tennessee (more...)

BWW Reviews: Tony Winner Brian Stokes Mitchell Enchants with SIMPLY BROADWAY ConcertBWW Reviews: Tony Winner Brian Stokes Mitchell Enchants with SIMPLY BROADWAY Concert
by Michael L. Quintos - Oct 14, 2014

For 90 solid minutes, Tony Award-winning Broadway icon Brian Stokes Mitchell---under the guise of a showtunes-centric cabaret concert themed around his most recent studio album Simply Broadway---provided his enthralled Costa Mesa audience a virtual master class in musical theater performance. Not only did he sing every selection beautifully (as expected), he performed the heck out of each song with electric, palpable passion. Instead of merely parking himself in front of a mic, the seasoned pro of film, television and the Broadway stage chose to actually disappear into each song's character with purposeful yet effortless ease. It's not difficult to be awed by Mitchell. (more...)

2014 Rob Guest Endowment Award Winners Announced2014 Rob Guest Endowment Award Winners Announced
by BWW News Desk - Oct 13, 2014

The winner of the 2014 Rob Guest Endowment Award was announced tonight at a glamourous Gala Concert at the Capitol Theatre, Sydney. Competing against five other outstanding Semi-Finalists with his performance of Soliloquy from Carousel and Let Me Dream, Joshua Robson took out the prestigious award after being chosen by an expert panel of judges, which included Nancye Hayes, Todd McKenney and Guy Simpson. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  Nathan Lane Gives a Master Class in IT'S ONLY A PLAYBWW Reviews: Nathan Lane Gives a Master Class in IT'S ONLY A PLAY
by Michael Dale - Oct 10, 2014

Terrence McNally updates his wickedly funny 1980s comedy set at a Broadway opening night party. (more...)

Minister Launches Study Companion to the Book of MormonMinister Launches Study Companion to the Book of Mormon
by BWW News Desk - Nov 4, 2014

Auburn, Washington (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look at Alastair Brookshaw in DE PROFUNDIS at Leicester SquarePhoto Flash: First Look at Alastair Brookshaw in DE PROFUNDIS at Leicester Square
by BWW News Desk - May 9, 2014

De Profundis, a new musical by Paul Dale Vickers, based on the letter playwright Oscar Wilde wrote to his young lover, Bosie, from his prison cell in Reading jail in 1897, has won Leicester Square Theatre's The New Musical Project, and will premiere in a six-week season in The Lounge at Leicester Square Theatre from Thursday May 1 - Sunday 8 June. It stars Alastair Brookshaw. Directed by Stuart Saint. Michael Riley is Musical Director. BroadwayWorld has a first look at Brookshaw onstage below! (more...)

Jeremy Jordan Creates a Smashing LA Cabaret DebutJeremy Jordan Creates a Smashing LA Cabaret Debut
by Don Grigware - May 6, 2014

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AUDIO: Listen to 'Symphony of Sorrow' from Leicester Square's DE PROFUNDIS, Opening TomorrowAUDIO: Listen to 'Symphony of Sorrow' from Leicester Square's DE PROFUNDIS, Opening Tomorrow
by BWW News Desk - May 5, 2014

De Profundis, a new musical by Paul Dale Vickers, based on the letter playwright Oscar Wilde wrote to his young lover, Bosie, from his prison cell in Reading jail in 1897, has won Leicester Square Theatre's The New Musical Project, and will premiere in a six-week season in The Lounge at Leicester Square Theatre now through Sunday 8 June. Scroll down to hear a preview of Alastair Brookshaw as Oscar Wilde singing 'Symphony of Sorrow' from the show! (more...)

Review Roundup: ALL THE WAY Opens on Broadway - All the Reviews!Review Roundup: ALL THE WAY Opens on Broadway - All the Reviews!
by Review Roundups - Mar 6, 2014

ALL THE WAY, the new play by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan, starring BREAKING BAD's Bryan Cranston, opens on Broadway at the Neil Simon Theatre tonight, March 6, 2014. The play is directed by Bill Rauch, Artistic Director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, where ALL THE WAY began its theatrical life. Let's see what the critics had to say... (more...)

Violinist Yevgeny Kutik to Give Solo Recital at SubCulture, 3/20Violinist Yevgeny Kutik to Give Solo Recital at SubCulture, 3/20
by BWW News Desk - Mar 5, 2014

Twenty-eight-year-old Russian-American violinist Yevgeny Kutik, who has been recognized for his old-world sound and technical virtuosity, will perform a solo recital in celebration of his new album, Music from the Suitcase: A Collection of Russian Miniatures, at SubCulture in New York City on Thursday, March 20 at 7:30 p.m. Mr. Kutik's recital will include selections from his album, which features recordings of sheet music found in one of two suitcases the Kutik family brought to the United States when they emigrated from the Soviet Union in 1990. Music from the Suitcase, which will be released by Marquis Classics on April 15, will be available for early sale exclusively for SubCulture audience members following the recital. Tickets are $15 or $25 for a ticket and CD, and are available at the door and from www.subculturenewyork.com. (more...)

Emmy-Winner Michael Emerson Joins Cast of Three Day Hangover's BIG BOOZY BENEFIT, 3/30Emmy-Winner Michael Emerson Joins Cast of Three Day Hangover's BIG BOOZY BENEFIT, 3/30
by BWW News Desk - Mar 27, 2014

Emmy Award-winner Michael Emerson (Person of Interest, Lost) will join the cast for Three Day Hangover's Big Boozy Benefit, an event supporting the company's awesome 2014 Season to be held this Sunday, March 30, 2014 at 7pm at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 2, 196 Allen Street (bet. East Houston and Stanton) in NYC. (more...)

The Hartt School to Present The Hartt Symphony Orchestra at The Bushnell, 4/4The Hartt School to Present The Hartt Symphony Orchestra at The Bushnell, 4/4
by BWW News Desk - Mar 25, 2014

On Friday, April 4th at 8:00 p.m., The Hartt Symphony Orchestra returns to The Bushnell's magnificent Belding Theater with renowned Maestro Edward Cumming conducting an evening full of wonderful classical music, including works by Glinka, Rossini, and Copland plus a performance of Beethoven's Seventh Symphony. Acclaimed opera star and West Hartford native, Matthew Worth, joins the ensemble in arias by Rossini ('Largo al factotum,' from The Barber of Seville) and ('Soliloquy' from Carousel), marking the first time Mr. Worth will have performed with The Hartt Orchestra. In addition, Jeffrey Hoffman, co-chairman of the family-run auto dealership Hoffman Auto Group, will guest conduct. The performance begins promptly at 8 p.m. and takes place at The Maxwell M. & Ruth R. Belding Theater located at The Bushnell Performing Arts Center in Hartford, Connecticut. For box office information, please visit www.Bushnell.org. Ticket prices start at $25.00. (more...)

Review Roundup: LES MISERABLES Opens on Broadway - All the Reviews!Review Roundup: LES MISERABLES Opens on Broadway - All the Reviews!
by Review Roundups - Mar 23, 2014

Cameron Mackintosh's new production of Alain Boublil & Claude-Michel Schönberg's Tony Award-winning musical Les Miserables opened last night, Sunday, March 23 on Broadway at the Imperial Theatre. (more...)

Violinist Yevgeny Kutik Gives Solo Recital at SubCulture TonightViolinist Yevgeny Kutik Gives Solo Recital at SubCulture Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Mar 20, 2014

Twenty-eight-year-old Russian-American violinist Yevgeny Kutik, who has been recognized for his old-world sound and technical virtuosity, will perform a solo recital in celebration of his new album, Music from the Suitcase: A Collection of Russian Miniatures, at SubCulture in New York City tonight, March 20 at 7:30 p.m. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Hale Orem's BIG RIVER Is Expertly Staged, Highly Entertaining — and UpliftingBWW Reviews: Hale Orem's BIG RIVER Is Expertly Staged, Highly Entertaining — and Uplifting
by Blair Howell - Mar 2, 2014

It happens all too rarely, but at times you just want to say, 'Go see this show. I'm sure you'll enjoy it.' With Hale Center Theater Orem's current production, I just want to say, 'Go see 'Big River.' I'm sure you'll enjoy it.' (more...)

DE PROFUNDIS Wins Leicester Square Theatre's The New Musical ProjectDE PROFUNDIS Wins Leicester Square Theatre's The New Musical Project
by BWW News Desk - Mar 17, 2014

De Profundis, a new musical by Paul Dale Vickers, based on the letter playwright Oscar Wilde wrote to his young lover, Bosie, from his prison cell in Reading jail in 1897, has won Leicester Square Theatre's The New Musical Project, and will premiere in a six-week season in The Lounge at Leicester Square Theatre from Thursday May 1 - Sunday 8 June. (more...)

Molly Bloom Monologue with Caraid O'Brien and Bernadette Quigley to be Rebroadcast on 6/16Molly Bloom Monologue with Caraid O'Brien and Bernadette Quigley to be Rebroadcast on 6/16
by BWW News Desk - Jun 9, 2014

Back by popular demand, the innovative performance of the complete Molly Bloom monologue from James Joyce's Ulysses recorded live on June 16, 2013 by not one but two actresses, Caraid O'Brien and Bernadette Quigley, will be rebroadcast nationwide on Monday, June 16. 2014. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Durang Gets Laughs with Chekhov Themes in VANYA & SONIA & MASHA & SPIKE at Hartford StageBWW Reviews: Durang Gets Laughs with Chekhov Themes in VANYA & SONIA & MASHA & SPIKE at Hartford Stage
by Lauren Yarger - Jun 6, 2014

Maxwell Williams directs a talented ensemble to tell the story of three very different siblings gathering at their home, where quoting Chekhov, throwing coffee cups at the wall and channeling Maggie Smith are not considered strange. (more...)

Review Roundup: Kenneth Branagh's MACBETHReview Roundup: Kenneth Branagh's MACBETH
by Review Roundups - Jun 6, 2014

Let's see what the critics had to say... (more...)

Review Roundup: CAROUSEL at Arcola TheatreReview Roundup: CAROUSEL at Arcola Theatre
by Review Roundups - Jun 25, 2014

Morphic Graffiti presents a bold new interpretation of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel, which opened last night at Arcola Theatre and runs thru July 19. Gemma Sutton stars as Julie Jordan with Tim Rogers as Billy Bigelow. Let's see what the critics had to say: (more...)

CABARET LIFE NYC: Two Charming Young Women Performers--Carly Ozard and Nikki MacCallum--Conquer the Challenge of the Personalized Tribute Show at The DuplexCABARET LIFE NYC: Two Charming Young Women Performers--Carly Ozard and Nikki MacCallum--Conquer the Challenge of the Personalized Tribute Show at The Duplex
by Stephen Hanks - Jun 23, 2014

The biggest challenge in personalizing a tribute show is when the set list is structured to tell a story about the performer's life. Those songs better be good, that life better be interesting, and that storytelling patter better be clever, humorous, and self-deprecating or an audience (let alone a reviewer) will tune you out quicker than a liberal accidentally hitting FOX News on the remote. I recently saw two different shows at The Duplex from enchanting young women performers—Carly Ozard and Nikki MacCallum--who deftly managed to weave their love of a singer (Bette Midler for Ozard) or a songbook (Kander & Ebb for MacCallum) into a tale of life journey and personal growth to produce charming and entertaining shows. (more...)

BWW Reviews: A Nearly Perfect LES MISERABLES Takes Stage at The FultonBWW Reviews: A Nearly Perfect LES MISERABLES Takes Stage at The Fulton
by Marakay Rogers - Jun 16, 2014

The musical for people who don't like musicals is a big production for people who like big productions at The Fulton (more...)

VIDEO: Samuel Jackson Recites 'Ezekiel' Speech from Tarantino Classic PULP FICTIONVIDEO: Samuel Jackson Recites 'Ezekiel' Speech from Tarantino Classic PULP FICTION
by Movies News Desk - Jun 16, 2014

Samuel Jackson recently stopped by BBC One's The Graham Norton Show and surprised the audience by reciting the 'Ezekiel 25:17' speech from the classic Quentin Tarantino film 'Pulp Fiction.' (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look - Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre's THE KING AND I Opens TonightPhoto Flash: First Look - Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre's THE KING AND I Opens Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Jul 9, 2014

Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre opens the Tony and Academy Award winning musical, The King and I, tonight, July 9 in Winchester, VA. Set against the backdrop of 19th century Siam, Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King and I explores the conflicted relationship between King Mongkut of Siam and Anna Leonowens, a British schoolteacher hired by the King as part of his plans to modernize his country. Scroll down for a first look at the cast in action! (more...)

BWW Reviews: Matthew C. Logan's Production of EQUUS is Intense and Beautifully PoignantBWW Reviews: Matthew C. Logan's Production of EQUUS is Intense and Beautifully Poignant
by Nyderah Williams - Jul 27, 2014

Director Matthew C. Logan and his stellar cast delve into English playwright Peter Shaffer's pyschodramatic play about a disturbed youth's fanatical obsession with horses. Written in 1973 and inspired by true events, EQUUS is certainly challenging material concerning the heavy themes of religion, sexuality, passion and normalism in society. The ensemble faces the material with unflinching conviction. (more...)

'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for July 2nd, 2014'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for July 2nd, 2014
by Paul W. Thompson - Jul 2, 2014

The latest in unauthorized gossip and buzz from the heart of Chicago's showtune video bars, and musical theater news from Chicago to Broadway. It's the TOP TEN HOT TOPIX for the first half of 2014! Did your favorites make the list? (more...)

BWW Reviews: HAMLET Kills for Kentucky ShakespeareBWW Reviews: HAMLET Kills for Kentucky Shakespeare
by Todd Zeigler - Jul 17, 2014

The best productions of classic plays present them as if they are world premieres. They reveal new details, shine new light upon dramas whose lines you could recite like the names of your children. "Hamlet," the finale of Kentucky Shakespeare's trio of summer stagings in Central Park, is exactly this sort of production. (more...)

Marquis Classics to Release Yevgeny Kutik's New Solo Album, MUSIC FROM THE SUITCASE, 4/15Marquis Classics to Release Yevgeny Kutik's New Solo Album, MUSIC FROM THE SUITCASE, 4/15
by BWW News Desk - Feb 27, 2014

Twenty-eight-year-old Russian-American violinist Yevgeny Kutik's new solo album, Music from the Suitcase: A Collection of Russian Miniatures,will be released by Marquis Classics on Tuesday, April 15. The album features recordings of sheet music found in one of two suitcases the Kutik family brought to the United States when they emigrated from the Soviet Union in 1990. Along with works by Prokofiev, Shostakovich, Stravinsky, and Tchaikovsky, the album includes rarely recorded works by Andrei Eshpai, Aram Khachaturian, Anton Rubinstein, and Gyorgy Sviridov, along with a song by M. M. Warshawsky transcribed for violin. The album was recorded with pianist Timothy Bozarth, a Beethoven Fellow of the American Pianists Association, and includes liner notes written by Mr. Kutik. The album will be available for preorder on Amazon in early March. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Once More Unto the Breach, Dear Porters, in HENRY VBWW Reviews: Once More Unto the Breach, Dear Porters, in HENRY V
by Ellen Dostal - Feb 22, 2014

If 'all the youth of England are on fire,' as the first speech of HENRY V's Act II declares, then all the Porters of Hellsgate have carried the torch forward with guns blazing. Without a doubt, this is the Porters' finest stage work to date and a testament to the kind of theatre magic that can be created out of thin air by the willing and able. (more...)

NY Public Library for the Performing Arts Curator Doug Reside on Kander and EbbNY Public Library for the Performing Arts Curator Doug Reside on Kander and Ebb
by NYPL for the Performing Arts - Aug 9, 2014

BroadwayWorld.com our exclusive content series, in collaboration with The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, which delves into the library's unparalleled archives, and resources. Below, check out a piece by Doug Reside (Lewis and Dorothy Cullman Curator for the Billy Rose Theatre Division) on Cabaret: (more...)

BWW Reviews: KING JOHN Impresses at the Stratford FestivalBWW Reviews: KING JOHN Impresses at the Stratford Festival
by Roy Berko - Aug 7, 2014

King John, who reigned as the monarch of England from 1199-1216, was the son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, and the father of Henry III. The Shakespearean script concerning his reign is one of the true history plays by the Bard and is one of only two of his plays, the other being 'Richard II,' that are written entirely in script. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Connecticut Free Shakespeare Brings Back the 60's with As AS YOU LIKE ITBWW Reviews: Connecticut Free Shakespeare Brings Back the 60's with As AS YOU LIKE IT
by Cindy Cardozo - Aug 5, 2014

Connecticut Free Shakespeare has brought a delightful version of As You Like It to the outdoor stage. As envisioned by director, Ellen Lieberman, this production of Shakespeare's romantic comedy, set in 1969, is a family friendly, drug free 'Be-in' of the theatrical kind. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Clackamas Rep's CAROUSEL Is a Trip to Musical HeavenBWW Reviews: Clackamas Rep's CAROUSEL Is a Trip to Musical Heaven
by Patrick Brassell - Aug 3, 2014

The waltz begins its hurdy-gurdy rhythm and suddenly we're transported to the carousel through dance, music, movement, and the above-mentioned scenic effects. It's beautifully done, and every member of the company contributes. (more...)

BWW Reviews: A Very Chekhovian VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE at Shakespeare & CoBWW Reviews: A Very Chekhovian VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE at Shakespeare & Co
by Larry Murray - Aug 22, 2014

For those who think that Christopher Durang's popular VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE is a strawhat comedy, this production proves it's goat real heart too, just as in any Chekhov play. (more...)

PBS to Air Alzheimer's Documentary THE GENIUS OF MARIAN, 9/8PBS to Air Alzheimer's Documentary THE GENIUS OF MARIAN, 9/8
by TV News Desk - Aug 18, 2014

Sept. 8 on PBS: A filmmaker captures his mother's early-onset Alzheimer's in 'The Genius of The Genius of Marian is a visually rich, emotionally complex story about one family's struggle to come to terms with Alzheimer's disease. (more...)

BWW Review: Do You Hear The People Sing? Drayton's LES MISERABLES ShinesBWW Review: Do You Hear The People Sing? Drayton's LES MISERABLES Shines
by Mary Alderson - Aug 13, 2014

The classic story turned epic musical has finally made its way to Grand Bend's Huron Country Playhouse. Based on Victor Hugo's novel, LES MISERABLES follows the life of prisoner 24601, Jean Valjean, who was thrown in jail for stealing a loaf of bread for a hungry child. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Next Act Portends the Future in THREE VIEWS OF THE SAME OBJECTBWW Reviews: Next Act Portends the Future in THREE VIEWS OF THE SAME OBJECT
by Peggy Sue Dunigan - Apr 9, 2014

What happens when someone "lives long enough to see everything you liked and loved crumble before you?" Playwright Henry Murray confronts the question of aging within the context of marriage, conceived completely in an intriguing contemporary format. (more...)

BWW Reviews: At the End of the Day, the Western Carolina LES MISERABLES Delivers Some Notable PerformancesBWW Reviews: At the End of the Day, the Western Carolina LES MISERABLES Delivers Some Notable Performances
by Marakay Rogers - Apr 7, 2014

The Western Carolina University School of Stage and Screen presented a production of the classic musical directed by one of its original stars, Tony nominee Terrence Mann (more...)

BWW Reviews: Houston Grand Opera's DAS RHEINGOLD is Full-Throttle SpectacleBWW Reviews: Houston Grand Opera's DAS RHEINGOLD is Full-Throttle Spectacle
by David Clarke - Apr 15, 2014

Houston Grand Opera, which opened a lavish production of DAS RHEINGOLD this past weekend, is proudly kicking off their first Ring Cycle by Richard Wagner. Like any modern production of Wagner's Ring Cycle, Houston Grand Opera is sparing no expense. At Sunday's matinee, the audience leapt to their feet for curtain call and clamored excitedly about this show and what's still to come in the cycle. (more...)

Marquis Classics Release Yevgeny Kutik's New Solo Album, MUSIC FROM THE SUITCASE, TodayMarquis Classics Release Yevgeny Kutik's New Solo Album, MUSIC FROM THE SUITCASE, Today
by BWW News Desk - Apr 15, 2014

Twenty-eight-year-old Russian-American violinist Yevgeny Kutik's new solo album, Music from the Suitcase: A Collection of Russian Miniatures,will be released by Marquis Classics today, April 15. (more...)

BWW Reviews: PMT Brings Gritty Edge to LES MISERABLES at the Byham TheatreBWW Reviews: PMT Brings Gritty Edge to LES MISERABLES at the Byham Theatre
by Greg Kerestan - Apr 1, 2014

No celebrities, no turntable, (almost) no opera- Ken Gargaro's 'Les Miserables' takes the iconic musical back to its rock opera roots. (more...)

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