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Check Out Quotables from TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON 9/21 - 9/25
by TV News Desk - Sep 29, 2015

Below, check out quotables from NBC's THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON September 21 - September 25 (more...)

BWW Blog: Siobhan O'Loughlin - Los Angeles: A City for Experimental Theatre
by Guest Blogger: Siobhan O'Loughlin - Sep 17, 2015

It's honestly by circumstance that I decided to make LA the place for the US premiere of Broken Bone Bathtub. A long story, at that, but it will suffice to say this:  (more...)

BWW Emmy Review Recap: Look Back at Biggest Theatre to TV Transitions of the Year; THE WIZ, GREASE, LADY DAY
by Matt Tamanini - Sep 13, 2016

As we saw throughout the two nights of the Creative Arts Emmys, theatrical programming and theatre performers have done very well taking home trophies so far this year. So, we wanted to take a look back at three of the biggest theatrical properties to come to television in the past year, as they prepare for the biggest awards to be announced on Sunday.  (more...)

The Smartphone App That Will 'Blow Up' Boring Meetings and Release Creativity
by BWW News Desk - Oct 9, 2015


BWW Interviews: Inspiration Stage's Mandy Seymore-Sensat Talks URINETOWN
by Katricia Lang - Nov 4, 2014

In this interview, I talk to Mandy Seymore-Sensat, Artistic Director of Inspiration Stage, about the company's upcoming production of URINETOWN. The first Inspiration Stage production I witnessed was LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS. It was fantastic. I expect no less from URINETOWN. No matter how gross the name is. (more...)

Review Roundup: 9 Works Theatrical Restages GREASE; Show Runs Until 12/7
by Oliver Oliveros - Nov 28, 2014

9 Works Theatrical ('The Last 5 Years,' 'Sweet Charity') brings back one of its hit productions last year, GREASE, to relive the teenage '50s at Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium, RCBC Plaza, in Makati City until Sunday, December 7. (more...)

BWW Interview: 6 Questions & a Plug with THE COCOANUTS' Ann Michels
by Kristen Hirsch Montag - Nov 27, 2015

Whether she's in the lead role or in the chorus of the latest musical, Ann Michels is a Twin Cities actor/singer who stands out and who finds a connection with her audiences. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Gloria McLean
by Barnett Serchuk - Nov 26, 2014

Gloria McLean, a New York-based dancer, choreographer and teacher, is the founder and artistic director of LIFEDANCE/Gloria McLean and Dancers. From 1982-1993, Ms. McLean was a member of the Erick Hawkins Dance Company, performing in New York, the U.S., and internationally. She is considered one of the leading exponents of this American Modern Dance tradition. (more...)

BWW Interview: 6 Questions & a Plug with EMILIE/EURIDYCE's Isabel Nelson
by Kristen Hirsch Montag - Nov 16, 2015

Director talks about her show EMILIE/EURIDYCE at Illusion Theater (more...)

Rosetta Stone Inc. Reports First Quarter 2015 Results
by BWW News Desk - May 6, 2015


Rosetta Stone Inc. Reports First Quarter 2015 Results
by BWW News Desk - May 6, 2015


Rosetta Stone Continues to Implement Strategic Plan to Deliver Attractive Value for Shareholders
by BWW News Desk - May 29, 2015


BWW Cabaret Conversation: CAROL LIPNIK, BWW's 2015 Best Alt-Cabaret Show Award Winner, On Collaboration and 'Accessing The Thing'--Second of a Three-Part Series
by Remy Block - Mar 9, 2016

In Part Two of Remy Block's interview with Carol Lipnik, BWW's 2015 New York Cabaret Award-winner for Best Alt-Cabaret/Musical Comedy Performance, they continue talking in-depth about Lipnik's creative process and artistry, as she finds herself cresting a wave of success, surfing her moment as she emerges, fully formed, into the New York City cultural conversation. This installment explores her important and revelatory artistic relationships-- with club owners, musical collaborators, and with her audience. Lipnik is currently in the middle of a residency at Joe's Pub, where you can catch her the next two Thursday nights at 7 pm with musicians Matt Kanelos on piano, and Kyle Sanna on multiple instruments, including guitar and lap synthesizer. (more...)

BWW Preview: GREASE at Winslow Homer Center For The Arts
by Student Blogger: Samuel Laro - Mar 4, 2017

Tell me more, Tell Me More! After many years without a spring show, the Oak Hill Players of Scarborough High School are beginning rehearsals for the smash hit musical, Grease! The cast includes myself, junior Samuel Laro (Crazy for You, Anything Goes, Little Shop of Horrors) as greaser Danny Zuko, and senior Hallie Scammell (Crazy for You, West Side Story, White Christmas) as the hopelessly devoted Sandy Dumbrowski. (more...)

BWW Review: HAVING OUR SAY in New Haven
by Sherry Shameer Cohen - Mar 2, 2016

If you miss it in New Haven, see it in Hartford. (more...)

SAUL OF TARSUS is Released
by BWW News Desk - Mar 16, 2016

This Easter season, author Jack Minter provides a unique and thought-provoking twist on the timeless Easter story in his new book, Saul of Tarsus: The First Terrorist (Brown Books Publishing Group). Mixing biblical events with creative fiction, Minter details the story of Saul's radical transformation into Paul and how he ultimately aided the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. (more...)

BWW Interview: Puppeteer Jess Spalis on The Magic of CIRCUS 1903
by Rachel Weinberg - Mar 10, 2017

I recently had the chance to chat with Jess Spalis, a UK-based artist who is currently traveling across the United States with CIRCUS 1903—THE GOLDEN AGE OF CIRCUS. The circus will arrive in Chicago on March 21. In preparation for the upcoming engagement, Spalis discussed her work as part of a team of six bringing two life-size elephant puppets to life in the show, as well as her background as an actor and an aerialist. (more...)

BWW Interview: Betty Buckley Chats About Her New Album, SPLIT, and Returning To Broadway
by Leigh Scheps - Mar 1, 2017

It's been nothing but 'memories' for Betty Buckley this theater season. She won a Tony Award for her portrayal of Grizabella, the glamour cat, in Cats when it opened in 1982 and replaced Glenn Close as Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard. Both shows are in revival runs right now on Broadway. (more...)

BWW Features: Jill Guyton Nee Brings Momemtum to Memphis
by Caroline Sposto - Jun 17, 2015

I first met Jill Guyton Nee last fall shortly after she arrived at the University of Memphis as an Associate Professor and Director of Dance. Exceedingly youthful, unassuming, and softspoken, this award-winning perfomer and choreographer has brought fresh focus and energy not only to the U of M Deparment od Theatre & Dance, but also to the local arts scene. (more...)

William Jackson Releases New Non-Fiction
by BWW News Desk - Jun 10, 2015


EDINBURGH 2016: BWW Q&A - The Thinking Drinkers
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jul 8, 2016

BWW speaks to The Thinking Drinkers about their Edinburgh Fringe show Around The World In 80 Drinks. (more...)

BWW Interview: We're Not in Kansas Anymore: A Chat with STRAIGHT OUTTA OZ Star and Creator Todrick Hall
by Jamie McGonnigal - Jul 28, 2016

Following his stint as a semi-finalist on American Idol, Todrick has not only become a YouTube sensation, but he's redefined the genre. He's currently touring the country with a concert version of his new visual album, Straight Outta Oz, which will be at DC's Howard Theatre on Monday, August 1st. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Getting to Know THE MISANTHROPE Director Adrian Balbontin
by Kristen Hirsch Montag - Jan 9, 2015

THE MISANTHROPE, a classic play with a new and unique interpretation is playing the Bryant Lake Bowl now, and BWW Minneapolis got to know a little more about the director who brought it there. (more...)

BWW Live Blog: Head Back to Rydell High with GREASE: LIVE
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jan 31, 2016

Tonight is the night, FOX's first live musical telecast!  The buzz about GREASE: LIVE couldn't be bigger, with a star-studded cast lead by Aaron Tveit and Julianne Hough and direction from HAMILTON director, Thomas Kail, and  DANCING WITH THE STARS vet, Alex Rudzinski. BroadwayWorld has you covered tonight with a live blog of the show! So, if you had to run and pay the delivery guy or aren't home to watch, don't worry, you'll have minute to minute updates so you won't miss out on what the rest of the country is talking about!  (more...)

Golf Professional Todd Graves Invites Readers to Meet Canadian Golf Legend Moe Norman, the Greatest Ball-Striker in the World in His New Book Coming March 2015
by BWW News Desk - Jan 31, 2015

Golf professional Todd Graves invites readers to meet Canadian golf legend Moe Norman regarded as the greatest ball-striker in the world in his soon to release book "The Single Plane Golf Swing: Play Better Golf the Moe Norman Way"(Brown Books Publishing Group). Discover the secret behind The Single Plane Swing and the legacy of the man behind it. (more...)

BWW Interview: Travis Turner Gears Up for an Outrageous Run of BOOTYCANDY at Windy City Playhouse
by Rachel Weinberg - Jan 27, 2017

I had the chance to speak with local actor Travis Turner at Steppenwolf's Front Bar just before he began previews for BOOTYCANDY at Windy City Playhouse, in which he plays the lead role of Sutter. Over the past year, Turner has performed in The Second City's LONGER! LOUDER! WAGNER! parody at Lyric Opera, as well as TWIST YOUR DICKENS at Goodman Theatre, played the role of Avery in Annie Baker's three-hour-and-fifteen-minute long Pulitzer Prize winner THE FLICK at Steppenwolf, and portrayed one-half of a vaudeville duo as Thaddeus in THADDEUS AND SLOCUM at Lookingglass Theatre. (more...)

New Vietnam War Memoir is Released
by BWW News Desk - Jan 15, 2015

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BWW Interview: 6 Questions & a Plug with LULLABY's Annie Enneking
by Kristen Hirsch Montag - Jan 11, 2016

Annie Enneking is an actor, singer and fight choreographer who plays Thea in new work, LULLABY, the world premiere in Theater Latte Da's new work initiative, NEXT 20/20. She tells a little about her part in this show and her future plans in this 6 Questions & a Plug. (more...)

Golf Professional Releases THE SINGLE PLANE GOLF SWING
by BWW News Desk - Feb 4, 2015

DALLAS, TEXAS (more...)

BWW Dance Interview: Angelo Silvio Vasta
by Barnett Serchuk - Feb 27, 2017

Angelo Silvio Vasta is a New York-based filmmaker from Milan, Italy. His work explores the infinite ways choreography and performance can be expressed through moving images. In the past years he has produced a series of short dance films for dance companies and individual dancers both in New York City and abroad. His work includes music videos, short films, video-portraits, and promotional clips. In 2014 he was awarded for his excellence in Visual Design at the 35th Fine Cuts Film Show at The New School in NYC. Angelo received his BFA in International Politics from University of Milan, Italy and his Certificate in Film Production from The New School. (more...)

New Vietnam War Memoir is Released
by BWW News Desk - Feb 24, 2015

DALLAS, TEXAS (more...)

BWW Review: LIANA AND BEN - A Stunning Technical Marvel
by Gil Kaan - Feb 20, 2017

Circle X Theatre Co.'s world premiere of playwright Susan Rubin's LIANA AND BEN presents one of the best technical productions I've seen in small LA theatres. Walking into the Atwater Village Theatre, more than a number of entering audience members do a double take at the optical illusion right in front of their faces. The lighting design of Dan Weingarten combined with the very basic, very clever set of set designer Alan E. Muraoka lead one to believe they're looking... (more...)

Hottest Articles on BWW 1/26/2016 - 2/2/2016
by - Feb 2, 2016

Hottest Articles on 1/26/2016 - 2/2/2016. (more...)

GREASE: LIVE Took the Live TV Musical to School with Three Important Lessons
by Matt Tamanini - Feb 14, 2016

Now that we are a full two weeks removed from Fox's first foray into the world of live, televised musicals, I think it is time to look back at the lessons learned from GREASE: LIVE. Though I hailed it as a rousing success in my review, on Broadway Radio's 'This Week on Broadway,' and on BWW's 'Some Like it Pop' podcast, there are a fair number of critics and viewers that had perfectly reasonable hesitations. Whether it was occasional sound issues, too strict a reliance on the film for inspiration, the wonky new song, or uneven performances, I am fine with acknowledging those shortcomings; but to me, there are three things that made GREASE: LIVE the most entertaining and artistically satisfying live musical of this recently reinvigorated phenomenon. (more...)

by BWW News Desk - Feb 11, 2016

Author, CEO and The Old School Advantage (TOSA) Founder J.N. Whiddon takes high school students to college grads, working professionals to seasoned mentors, on a fast-track to developing extraordinary communication and leadership skills in his new book The Old School Advantage: Timeless Tools for Every Generation (Brown Books Publishing Group). (more...)

WAKE UP with BWW 2/1/2016 - Vosk at Joe's, SHUFFLE Box Office & More!
by Jessica Khan - Feb 1, 2016

Good morning, BroadwayWorld! Because we know all our readers eat, sleep and breathe Broadway, what could be better than waking up to it? Today's big news: FIDDLER's Jessica Vosk heads to Joe's Pub and tickets go on sale for SHUFFLE ALONG! (more...)

VIDEO: Watch All the GREASE: LIVE Memorable Performances Here!
by TV News Desk - Feb 1, 2016

Last night FOX presented a systematic, hydromatic, ultramatic live production of GREASE, and we still can't get enough of it. Check out some of the night's most memorable performances below! (more...)

Review Roundup: Tell Me More - Critics Weigh In on GREASE: LIVE!
by Caryn Robbins - Feb 1, 2016

GREASE: LIVE aired last night Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016 on FOX and BWW has the reviews hot off the presses. (more...)

Photo Flash: FOX Shares Behind-the-Scenes Pics of GREASE: LIVE Broadcast!
by TV News Desk - Feb 1, 2016

FOX has shared a slew of behind-the-scenes photos from last night's live broadcast of GREASE: LIVE. Check them out below! (more...)

BWW Dance Interview: Mark DeGarmo
by Barnett Serchuk - Dec 7, 2016

Entering its 30th anniversary year, Mark DeGarmo Dance is a not-for-profit that integrates three focal concerns: educate underserved New York City communities, especially children, through dance arts; create, perform and disseminate original dances, artistic and scholarly work; and build intercultural community. The organization's vision is to enliven bodies, shift perspectives and change lives. With programming that has been called 'a national model' by the National Endowment for the Arts, Mark DeGarmo Dance has maintained New York City Department of Education contracts for arts education services since 1987. MDD's artistic pillar in particular presents original artist-scholar works that reflect and celebrate the multicultural experience of our communities. Mark DeGarmo has created and produced over 100 dances and 28 international tours involving cultural diplomacy and exchange in 12 countries across Latin America and Europe. In 2015, DeGarmo received the Martha Hill Dance Fund's 15th Anniversary Mid-Career Award and the Sophie Gerson Healthy Youth Foundation's Recognition. (more...)

BWW Interview: Baritone Joshua Hopkins Talks HGO's THE LITTLE PRINCE
by Katricia Lang - Dec 7, 2015

Another treat in the midst of cold weather for Houstonians- Portman & Wright's THE LITTLE PRINCE, the second opera in HGO's holiday series. The two act opera, sung entirely in English, is based on French literary giant Antoine de Saint-Exupery's fantastical novella of the same name. A pilot, hopelessly stranded in the desert, makes the acquaintance of a Little Prince and, in their journey to safety, the two meet a cast of colorful characters and spark up an unlikely friendship. (more...)

2016 Customer Experience (CX) Trends Report Reveals Big Difference in How Brands and Customers Perceive Feedback Sentiment
by BWW News Desk - Dec 3, 2015


BWW Interviews: PROTOTYPE Festival Producers Kristin Marting, Kim Whitener, and Beth Morrison
by Stephen Raskauskas - Dec 22, 2014

This holiday season, Kristin Marting, Kim Whitener, and Beth Morrison are making their lists and checking them twice. In mid-January, they'll be producing seven separate shows over ten days as part of PROTOTYPE: Opera/Theatre/Now, a festival of opera-theatre and music-theatre. While PROTOTYPE is only in its third year, it has already established itself as the crucible for contemporary opera and theater in New York City. BWW sat down with the three co-producers at HERE, PROTOTYPE'S epicenter, to chat about each of the upcoming festival's unique offerings. (more...)

BWW Interview: FUN HOME's Kate Shindle
by Kristen Hirsch Montag - Dec 18, 2016

FUN HOME and Kate Shindle have more than a couple things in common. A lengthy conversation with her in Minneapolis and the show both provide a lot of food for thought. (more...)

by Don Grigware - Dec 11, 2014

Executive director Chris Verdugo and artistic director/conductor Joe Nadeau of the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles (GMCLA) are busy these days getting ready for the big holiday concert to take place this weekend Saturday December 13 at 3 pm and 8 pm and Sunday December 14 at 3 pm at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills. (more...)

New Brown Books Kids Book, TUCKER TIMES is Released
by BWW News Desk - Dec 1, 2015

Tucker is a playful pup who loves to romp and play on his walks with his mom, but there are important lessons he needs to learn along the way. Tucker Times: The Chase (Brown Books Publishing Group) by debut children's author Genella Macintyre, with illustrations by Morgan Spicer, is based on the life of Tucker, a real dog, and his owner, who is the book's author. (more...)

Rosetta Stone Inc. Reports Second Quarter 2015 Results
by BWW News Desk - Aug 5, 2015


BWW Interview: Megan McGinnis Is Coming Home At Last with DADDY LONG LEGS
by Nicole Rosky - Aug 2, 2015

Megan McGinnis is heading back to the New York stage, starring alongside Paul Alexander Nolan in John Caird and Paul Gordon's musical adaptation of DADDY LONG LEGS. Based on the 1912 novel by Jean Webster, DADDY LONG LEGS tells the extraordinary tale of Jerusha Abbott (McGinnis), the oldest orphan in the John Grier Home. One day, a rich, anonymous benefactor (Nolan) decides to send her to college, but she must write him a letter once a month. Unaware of his identity, she invents a nickname for him: Daddy Long Legs. Through her brilliant and witty letters, Jerusha shares her experiences of college while discovering her own identity and reveling in the wonders of literature, adventure and love. But one key fact eludes her - who is Daddy Long Legs? McGinnis returns to the role after leading the premiere at the Rubicon Theatre Company in 2009, and subsequent productions around the country. She received the 2010 Los Angeles Ovation Award, an Indy Award (West Coast) and the Acclaim Award (Cincinnati), for her role in the musical. Now as she prepares to return to the role years after creating it, she is checking in with BroadwayWorld to chat about the upcoming production. Check out the full interview below! (more...)

BWW Interview: Ringmaster David Williamson on Circus 1903 Coming to NYC, Magic Tricks, and Keeping Circus Traditions Alive
by Courtney Savoia - Apr 4, 2017

David Williamson's love of magic began at a young age and has led him to an amazing career! His current role as the Ringmaster and emcee of Circus 1903 - The Golden Age of Circus has taken him all around the globe and now is in the heart of its North American tour, coming to The Theater at Madison Square Garden this April. This thrilling, nostalgic, and electric masterpiece, from the producers of The Illusionists and the puppeteers behind War Horse, features incredible stunts, acrobatics, and life-size puppets - making it perfect for the whole family! (more...)

PBS to Present 2-Night TV Special Event ARMED IN AMERICA This May
by BWW News Desk - Apr 25, 2016

PBS announced today that ARMED IN AMERICA, a special two-night television event exploring the nation's rising gun violence, is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, May 9-10, 2016. (more...)

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