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The Act is a musical with a book by George Furth, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and music by John Kander.



It was written to showcase the talents of Kander and Ebb favorite Liza Minnelli, who portrayed Michelle Craig, a fading film star attempting a comeback as a Las Vegas singer. The musical premiered on Broadway in 1977.


Tennessee Shakespeare Company Sets 2015-16 SeasonTennessee Shakespeare Company Sets 2015-16 Season
by BWW News Desk - Sep 2, 2015

Tennessee Shakespeare Company (TSC), the Mid-South's professional classical theatre, today announced its 2015-16 performance season, which commemorates the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death with a celebration of plays, readings, salons, feasts, and extensive programming for children. (more...)

Qihoo 360 Reports Second Quarter 2015 Unaudited Financial ResultsQihoo 360 Reports Second Quarter 2015 Unaudited Financial Results
by BWW News Desk - Sep 1, 2015

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BWW Blog: Ride That Naked Bus - Reflections from a Nude Model at NYC Bodypainting DayBWW Blog: Ride That Naked Bus - Reflections from a Nude Model at NYC Bodypainting Day
by Yaj . - Jul 31, 2015

We were all naked. All 100 or so of us models for the 2nd annual NYC Bodypainting Day-created by artist, Andy Golub. Andy says the event represents 'artistic expression, body acceptance, and the human connection being made by art.' I add body celebration and the human connection department took me to a level I could not have predicted. (more...)

Act II Playhouse in Ambler to Present BIG PANTS AND HOT FLASHES, 8/15Act II Playhouse in Ambler to Present BIG PANTS AND HOT FLASHES, 8/15
by BWW News Desk - Jul 31, 2015

Act II Playhouse in Ambler is proud to present 'Big Pants and Hot Flashes,' with comedians Kevin Meaney and Julia Scotti, on Saturday, Aug. 15 at 8 p.m. (more...)

AMERICAN DANCE MACHINE, Celebrating Broadway Choreography, Returning to Joyce Theater, 12/22-1/3/2016AMERICAN DANCE MACHINE, Celebrating Broadway Choreography, Returning to Joyce Theater, 12/22-1/3/2016
by BWW News Desk - Jul 31, 2015

American Dance Machine for the 21st Century (ADM21), for those who love the dance in Broadway musicals, will return to New York City's Joyce Theater (175 Eighth Avenue) after their sold out run last year, it was announced today by founder and producing artistic director Nikki Feirt Atkins.  Performances begin Tuesday, December 22nd and run through Sunday, January 3rd.  Tickets start at $10. (more...)

Alice Ripley, Will Swenson, NEWSIES Reunion & More Set for 54 Below in August & SeptemberAlice Ripley, Will Swenson, NEWSIES Reunion & More Set for 54 Below in August & September
by BWW News Desk - Jul 30, 2015

This August and September, 54 BELOW presents an exciting lineup of the brightest talent from Broadway and beyond. Located just below the legendary Studio 54 at 254 West 54th Street. For a detailed schedule of upcoming performances at 54 Below and to purchase tickets, visitwww.54Below.com.  (more...)

Danny Lee Wynter, Belinda Lang & More to Lead Nuffield's THE GLASS MENAGERIEDanny Lee Wynter, Belinda Lang & More to Lead Nuffield's THE GLASS MENAGERIE
by BWW News Desk - Jul 30, 2015

This October, Nuffield's Director Samuel Hodges, now in his second year leading the company, will direct a production of Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie. The production marks Hodges' directorial debut with Nuffield, which will feature design by Ultz (Olivier Award winner, Jerusalem, Royal Court). (more...)

Dublin Theatre Festival Sets 2015 ProgrammeDublin Theatre Festival Sets 2015 Programme
by BWW News Desk - Jul 30, 2015

This year's Dublin Theatre Festival programme will stage 28 world-class productions, spanning 22 different stages across Dublin city and suburbs. 11 new Irish works will premiere over 18 days alongside acclaimed productions from France, Belgium, Portugal, the Netherlands, the UK and Denmark. (more...)

Maccarone Gallery to Display Alex Hubbard's BASIC PERVERSIONS Exhibit, 9/19Maccarone Gallery to Display Alex Hubbard's BASIC PERVERSIONS Exhibit, 9/19
by BWW News Desk - Jul 30, 2015

LOS ANGELES…Beginning September 19, 2015, Maccarone will present “Basic Perversions,” an exhibition of new paintings by Alex Hubbard. Comprising over a dozen works in pigmented urethane, resin, and fiberglass, this exhibition inaugurates the gallery's new 50,000-square-foot West Coast complex at 330 South Mission Road in the Downtown L.A. Arts District. Hubbard's third solo exhibition with Maccarone, “Basic Perversions” will remain on view through December 20, 2015. (more...)

ASM INTERNATIONAL N.V. REPORTS SECOND QUARTER 2015 RESULTSASM INTERNATIONAL N.V. REPORTS SECOND QUARTER 2015 RESULTS
by BWW News Desk - Jul 29, 2015

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SOUND OFF Special Edition: 10 Classic Roles Ready For Gender-BendingSOUND OFF Special Edition: 10 Classic Roles Ready For Gender-Bending
by Pat Cerasaro - Jul 29, 2015

Lines are blurring. Gender-bending is seemingly everywhere these days, from high fashion ads to news coverage to I AM CAIT, Queen Latifah as The Wiz and beyond. Furthermore, one of the most provocative and popular stories of last week was the news of a Canadian regional production of A CHORUS LINE casting a male actor in the leading role of Cassie, renamed Casey. With the additional angle of Broadway currently being abuzz with the appearance of stage and screen star Taye Diggs stepping into the iconic high heels of the titular character in the recently multi-Tony Award-winning musical HEDWIG & THE ANGRY INCH - itself centered on a transsexual character - it seems as though now would be the ideal time to consider some other musical theatre mainstays and how they could be re-purposed and refreshed with a gender-bended twist. Although certain roles seems tailor-made to such treatment, it is illuminating to consider the rich possibilities that could potentially be afforded in the experience of witnessing the right performer of perhaps the perceivably wrong sex tackling a role normally associated with the opposite gender. Who knows, maybe a female Phantom or a make Elphaba are not that wildly spurious or far-fetched to consider given the compelling performances that have been given by unlikely actors in roles traditionally portrayed in a certain way. Theatre is nothing without reinvention and these are my top 10 picks for musicals I would like to see taken on with fresh eyes and a new outlook. (more...)

NY Public Library's Moving Image Specialist Arlene Yu on Dance as 'Useful Art'NY Public Library's Moving Image Specialist Arlene Yu on Dance as 'Useful Art'
by NYPL for the Performing Arts - Jul 28, 2015

BroadwayWorld.com continues 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 Arlene Yu, Moving Image Specialist for the Jerome Robbins Dance Division for The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts on Kiss Me, Kate and Dance as a 'Useful Art'. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Tragic HOLD THESE TRUTHS at ACT Fails to EngageBWW Reviews: Tragic HOLD THESE TRUTHS at ACT Fails to Engage
by Jay Irwin - Jul 27, 2015

The trouble with one man shows is that it's difficult to make them engaging no matter the subject. Such is the pitfall that Jeanne Sakata's "Hold These Truths", currently playing at ACT Theatre, falls into. This may be an incredibly horrifying thing that happened to this man but unless you have an engaging way to tell it you might as well be trapped with someone at a party as they recount (in detail) their life story. And while that conversation might be ok for a little while, after 90 minutes it becomes wearing. (more...)

Broadway at the Cabaret - Top 5 Cabaret Picks for August 10-16, Featuring Alice Ripley, Evan Ruggiero, and More!Broadway at the Cabaret - Top 5 Cabaret Picks for August 10-16, Featuring Alice Ripley, Evan Ruggiero, and More!
by Louisa Brady - Aug 9, 2015

Broadway's 40 theatres aren't the only places to catch performances from your favorite stars! Well after Broadway orchestras begin their overtures, ensemble members take their dance breaks, and performers belt out their eleven o'clock numbers, the party continues at various cabaret venues throughout New York City. Below, BroadwayWorld brings you some cabaret highlights for this week as picked by our theatre editors, including: Natalie Douglas in 'Hello Dolly...The Music of Dolly Parton;' Turn the Beat Around: 54 Below Celebrates Studio 54; Alice Ripley: All Sondheim; Evan Ruggiero, The One-Legged Song and Dance Man; and The Broadway Pricess Party Featuring Laura Osnes. (more...)

Scoop: MEET THE PRESS on NBC - Sunday, August 9, 2015Scoop: MEET THE PRESS on NBC - Sunday, August 9, 2015
by TV Scoop - Aug 7, 2015

Get all the scoop on MEET THE PRESS, airing on NBC on Sunday, August 9, 2015! (more...)

BWW Reviews: 'OH MY!' to Cape Playhouse's MY FAIR LADYBWW Reviews: 'OH MY!' to Cape Playhouse's MY FAIR LADY
by Kristen Morale - Aug 6, 2015

My Fair Lady is truly of the most perfect testaments of a musical success there ever was; from a plot filled with witty little criticisms to rather verbose songs about the triumphs of the human will, Lerner and Loewe's classic has captured the hearts of many since its premiere more than half a century ago. And indeed, why not? Everything about this musical is wonderful, and there is such a profound lesson to be taught towards it end, audiences have little choice but to be both charmed and at times slightly offended by the means in which the show's two main characters find reasons other that of a bet to remain civil towards one another. My Fair Lady is a wondrous lesson about perceiving people in a light that is completely different than our intuitions may dictate; it is about creating something out of nothing, only to discover that the "nothing" to be found in another was precisely what another may have been missing all along, making a life one may have originally been complacent with somehow partially unsatisfying and empty. (more...)

SOUND OFF Special Edition: Top 10 Raddest & Baddest Rap Songs In Broadway HistorySOUND OFF Special Edition: Top 10 Raddest & Baddest Rap Songs In Broadway History
by Pat Cerasaro - Aug 5, 2015

Musical theatre is not generally known for being an early adopter of up-to-the-minute trends in popular music, particularly since the advent of rock n roll and the great divide between popular music and theatre music began in the 1950s. Nevertheless, the presence of modern music idioms in contemporary musicals is a fascinating and often wildly entertaining element to assess when analyzing the great pantheon of scores that have graced the Great White Way. With the predominance of rap music in popular music for the majority of the last 30 years, it comes as no surprise that many musicals have employed the genre in the storytelling and song styling designed specifically for the shows, but the level of success as storytelling devices, character showpieces and as authentic rap music itself varies. Of course, with HAMILTON set to open on Broadway later this month, all of New York City is talking about the persuasive power of the scores of Lin-Manuel Miranda, he who was responsible for multiple rap showstoppers in his self-penned Tony Award-winning musical IN THE HEIGHTS as well as the hip hop tunes in the screen-to-stage adaptation of BRING IT ON, so now is a perfect time to take a look back at some of the most memorable and revolutionary uses of rap music on Broadway to date. (more...)

Chill-A-Brate!Chill-A-Brate!
by BWW News Desk - Aug 4, 2015

7-Eleven,Inc. celebrates a generation of good behavior this year with the 20 th anniversary of its Operation Chill incentive program for youngsters. For two decades, U.S. police officers have been "ticketing" kids they catch doing good with Operation Chill FREE Slurpee drink coupons. Many of those kids are adults now, and may even have children of their own who are eligible to receive a frozen beverage treat, compliments of 7-Eleven stores. (more...)

Fall Acting Classes to Start Up Next Week at The Media TheatreFall Acting Classes to Start Up Next Week at The Media Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2015

?Acting classes start up again the weekend of September 12 at The Media Theatre. The Fall semester presents a variety of classes for children, teens, and adults.   (more...)

Laura Griffith Will Star in Maltby & Shire's WATERFALL at 5th Avenue TheatreLaura Griffith Will Star in Maltby & Shire's WATERFALL at 5th Avenue Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2015

Rehearsals start this week at The 5th Avenue Theatre for the sweeping new musical, Waterfall, featuring Laura Griffith (Broadway: Sweet Smell of Success, The Light in the Piazza), Thom Sesma (Broadway: The Times They are A-Changin', Man of La Mancha), J. Elaine Marcos (Broadway: Annie, Priscilla Queen of the Desert), and Thai pop superstar Bie Sukrit. This epic new Broadway-bound musical love story features a distinguished international creative team and a cast of 20. Seattle is the second of two locales where this unique and exciting musical is being developed after completing a popular and critically successful run at the Pasadena Playhouse in June.  (more...)

BILLY ELLIOT, ACT ONE, Chita Rivera & More Set for PBS This Fall!BILLY ELLIOT, ACT ONE, Chita Rivera & More Set for PBS This Fall!
by TV News Desk - Aug 3, 2015

PBS President Paula Kerger announced at the Television Critics Association Press Tour the full lineup and airdates of PBS' annual arts programming showcase. (more...)

BWW Reviews: RIGOLETTO is Another Triumph at Union Avenue OperaBWW Reviews: RIGOLETTO is Another Triumph at Union Avenue Opera
by Steve Callahan - Aug 3, 2015

Plays through 8/8/15 (more...)

Jane Lynch, Brasil Summerfest, John Early and More Set for Joe's Pub, 8/5-16Jane Lynch, Brasil Summerfest, John Early and More Set for Joe's Pub, 8/5-16
by BWW News Desk - Aug 3, 2015

Joe's Pub at The Public has announced its nightly performances, running August 5 - August 16, 2015. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Shaw Festival's LIGHT UP THE SKY: Aging Script Not So BrightBWW Reviews: Shaw Festival's LIGHT UP THE SKY: Aging Script Not So Bright
by Michael Rabice - Aug 3, 2015

The Shaw Festival is known for dusting off old chestnuts and breathing new life into them. Unfortunately, its new production of Moss Hart's LIGHT UP THE SKY is  a chestnut better left in the attic to continue gathering dust.  Compared to his successful plays, like THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER  (with 739 Broadway performances) and YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU (838 performances), LIGHT UP THE SKY is a second string comedy that seems stale and dated. It's initial run on Broadway was only a modest success, running 200 performances, and revivals have not fared much better. (more...)

Howie Mandel Makes On-Air Apology for 'Bulemia' Joke on AGT: 'I Wasn't Thinking'Howie Mandel Makes On-Air Apology for 'Bulemia' Joke on AGT: 'I Wasn't Thinking'
by TV News Desk - Aug 26, 2015

Towards the end of last night's live broadcast of AMERICA'S GOT TALENT, judge Howie Mandel apologized for an earlier joke he made regarding bulemia, a serious eating disorder. (more...)

Jennifer Malenke Joins Lineup for Tim Realbuto's Final WUNDERKIND ShowJennifer Malenke Joins Lineup for Tim Realbuto's Final WUNDERKIND Show
by BWW News Desk - Aug 25, 2015

Jennifer Malenke is the latest Broadway performer to join Tim Realbuto's starry line-up for the final stop of his 'Wunderkind' tour. (more...)

SAT Subject Tests: What are They and What are the Alternatives?SAT Subject Tests: What are They and What are the Alternatives?
by BWW News Desk - Aug 25, 2015

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BWW REVIEW: KINKY BOOTS Kicks Up Its Heels on Boston Leg of National TourBWW REVIEW: KINKY BOOTS Kicks Up Its Heels on Boston Leg of National Tour
by Jan Nargi - Aug 22, 2015

The sex may be in the heels, but in KINKY BOOTS the fun is in Cyndi Lauper's Tony and Grammy Award-winning score, a bouncy pop techno-disco party which keeps the musical's pedestrian plot from (ahem) dragging the show down. (more...)

Kathryn Kates Replaces Lynn Cohen in LETTERS TO SALA at TBG TheatreKathryn Kates Replaces Lynn Cohen in LETTERS TO SALA at TBG Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Aug 21, 2015

The stage and television actress Kathryn Kates will play the title role in 'Letters to Sala,' Arlene Hutton's stirring drama about a New York woman's hidden Holocaust past. Lynn Cohen was previously announced to portray Sala Garncarz, who kept her story of survival from seven Nazi labor camps hidden from her family for nearly 50 years. (more...)

Harris Center to Welcome NATIONAL ACROBATS AND CIRCUS OF CHINA, 9/18-20Harris Center to Welcome NATIONAL ACROBATS AND CIRCUS OF CHINA, 9/18-20
by BWW News Desk - Aug 20, 2015

Experience a jaw-dropping spectacle of Chinese circus, acrobatics, and Peking Opera performed by China's most revered circus artists! This family-friendly performance exhibits unparalleled grace, agility, flexibility, and athleticism displayed by these highly trained artists that juggle, contort, and balance their bodies in ways that boggle the mind. Enhanced with traditional Chinese music, brightly colored costumes and makeup, and elaborate props, there is something for everyone in this sensory stimulating production. (more...)

Ballantyne Strong Authorizes Share Repurchase ProgramBallantyne Strong Authorizes Share Repurchase Program
by BWW News Desk - Aug 20, 2015

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Act II Playhouse to Present ACCORDING TO GOLDMAN, 9/8-10/11Act II Playhouse to Present ACCORDING TO GOLDMAN, 9/8-10/11
by BWW News Desk - Aug 20, 2015

Act II Playhouse in Ambler will open its 2015-16 season with According to Goldman by Bruce Graham, beginning Sept. 8. Due to a record number of subscribers, Act II has already extended the show until Oct. 11. (more...)

VIDEO: AVENUE Q Stars Cover Tom Jones Classic on AMERICA'S GOT TALENTVIDEO: AVENUE Q Stars Cover Tom Jones Classic on AMERICA'S GOT TALENT
by TV News Desk - Aug 19, 2015

On last night's episode of AMERICA'S GOT TALENT, hand puppets Ira and his mom Miriam covered the Tom Jones classic, 'It's Not Unusual' at Radio City Music Hall in the hopes of advancing to the semi-final round of competition. (more...)

'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for August 19th, 2015'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for August 19th, 2015
by Paul W. Thompson - Aug 19, 2015

The latest in unauthorized gossip and buzz from the heart of Chicago's showtune video bars, and musical theater news from Chicago to Broadway. Monday's trifecta of showtune events, including Jackie Burns following Idina, and 'Boy From Oz.' 'Mormon' and 'Dancing' return, and 'Gentleman's Guide' prepares. That 'October Sky' and 'Starcatcher' are set to open, but a lot of shows are closing. Not 'Ring Of Fire!' Concerts are on tap, too, including Seth McFarlane! (more...)

BWW Exclusive: AVENUE Q Alums Chat Competing on NBC's 'America's Got Talent'BWW Exclusive: AVENUE Q Alums Chat Competing on NBC's 'America's Got Talent'
by BWW News Desk - Aug 19, 2015

Today, BWW speaks exclusively with The Actors, who share their experiences thus far on the competition! (more...)

AVENUE Q Alums Hope to Advance to Semi Finals on Tonight's AMERICA'S GOT TALENTAVENUE Q Alums Hope to Advance to Semi Finals on Tonight's AMERICA'S GOT TALENT
by TV News Desk - Aug 18, 2015

TUNE IN to TONIGHT'S episode of AMERICA'S GOT TALENT as hand puppet Ira performs at Radio City Music Hall in hopes of advancing to the semi-finals! (more...)

BWW Review: World Premiere Musical FRACTURED BROADWAY: MADE IN LA Pokes Loving Fun at Local TheatreBWW Review: World Premiere Musical FRACTURED BROADWAY: MADE IN LA Pokes Loving Fun at Local Theatre
by Shari Barrett - Aug 18, 2015

The San Pedro Theatre Club presents the World Premiere of FRACTURED BROADWAY: MADE IN LA. This hilarious parody with a big Los Angeles point of view is a satirical romp through your favorite musicals parodied to reflect the current affairs of live theatre in Los Angeles. With 24 original parodies set to favorite tunes from well-loved Broadway musicals, everyone from would-be actors to those struggling with auditions, from directors to producers to critics, audience members to old folks reminiscing about their past theatre glory days, has their moment to shine in the spotlight. (more...)

BWW Review: Boston Landmarks Orchestra Serves Up Italian FavoritesBWW Review: Boston Landmarks Orchestra Serves Up Italian Favorites
by Erica Miner - Aug 18, 2015

Boston loves Italian opera (more...)

BWW Blog: A Beginner's Guide to Emotional Eating from a Non-Expert Who's Been There, by Stella KaufmanBWW Blog: A Beginner's Guide to Emotional Eating from a Non-Expert Who's Been There, by Stella Kaufman
by Mark Fisher Fitness - Aug 17, 2015

When it comes right down to it, there are two reasons to eat—for fuel, or for delight. (more...)

Jane Lynch, Our Lady J, Birthday Sax and More Coming Up This Month at Joe's PubJane Lynch, Our Lady J, Birthday Sax and More Coming Up This Month at Joe's Pub
by BWW News Desk - Aug 17, 2015

Joe's Pub at The Public has announced its upcoming nightly performances, running August 19-30. Visit www.joespub.com for a complete list of shows or scroll down for details! (more...)

Carriageworks Theatre to Present EVERY BRILLIANT THING, Sept. 29Carriageworks Theatre to Present EVERY BRILLIANT THING, Sept. 29
by BWW News Desk - Aug 14, 2015

"Beautiful, heart wrenching and very funny" (Time Out London), Every Brilliant Thing, is at Carriageworks Theatre, Leeds on 29 September. Captivatingly performed by Jonny and the Baptists front man Jonny Donahoe, "...possibly one of the funniest plays you'll ever see." (The Guardian) tells the deceptively simple tale of a son growing up while fighting to banish the shadow of his mother's mental illness with a list of joy.    (more...)

BWW Review: THE BOOK OF LIZ Delivers a Bifocal Satire of the HeartlandBWW Review: THE BOOK OF LIZ Delivers a Bifocal Satire of the Heartland
by Perry Tannenbaum - Aug 13, 2015

With authentic Midwest flavoring, Amy and David Sedaris, lightly satirize ascetic religious communities like the Amish and the Amanas. Then as their heroine breaks free and explores the outside world, we watch how zany and insular the people are on our side of the fence, viewed through the lens of Liz's inner purity. Directed by Glynnis O'Donoghue for Donna Scott Productions, the nuttiness of this cheese ball comedy keeps us from taking the satire too seriously. (more...)

BWW Review: WEST SIDE STORY at Rubicon Theatre CompanyBWW Review: WEST SIDE STORY at Rubicon Theatre Company
by Cary Ginell - Aug 13, 2015

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Songs from FIDDLER, CABARET, PHANTOM and More Set for PRINCE OF BROADWAY in JapanSongs from FIDDLER, CABARET, PHANTOM and More Set for PRINCE OF BROADWAY in Japan
by BWW News Desk - Aug 12, 2015

As previously reported, the World Premiere of PRINCE OF BROADWAY, a new musical celebrating the extraordinary six decade Broadway career of producer-director Harold Prince, will play from October 23-November 22, 2015 at Tokyu Theatre Orb in Tokyo, Japan and November 28-December 10, 2015 at Umeda Arts Theater, Main Hall, in Osaka, Japan. Now, the show's official website has unveiled the Act I song list. Check it out below! (more...)

ART GARFUNKEL To Perform At Carnegie HallART GARFUNKEL To Perform At Carnegie Hall
by BWW News Desk - Aug 11, 2015

Legendary singer ART GARFUNKEL is excited to announce a Carnegie Hall performance in his New York City hometown. (more...)

Photo Coverage: Cheryl Freeman Previews TURN THE BEAT AROUND at 54 Below!Photo Coverage: Cheryl Freeman Previews TURN THE BEAT AROUND at 54 Below!
by Walter McBride - Aug 10, 2015

54 Below is Broadway's Supper Club - and the hottest venue in town - but long before that it was home to nightlife legend. 54 Below invites you to remember the glory - and the decadence - that was STUDIO 54. In the legendary club's heyday the guest  list was a who's who from the world of entertainment - Andy Warhol, Liza Minnelli, Halston, Elizabeth Taylor, Mick Jagger, Diana Ross, Brooke Shields, John Travolta, Michael Jackson - and the music played kept them dancing all through the night. Come "Turn the Beat Around" as we "Celebrate Good Times" and salute Studio 54 from its opening night to the "Last Dance." This is one party you won't want to miss. 54 Below is even rolling out their dance floor for the occasion! Produced and directed by Scott Coulter. (more...)

Jane Lynch, Our Lady J, Birthday Sax & More Coming Up This Month at Joe's PubJane Lynch, Our Lady J, Birthday Sax & More Coming Up This Month at Joe's Pub
by BWW News Desk - Aug 10, 2015

Joe's Pub at The Public has announced its upcoming nightly performances, running August 12-23, 2015. Scroll down or visit www.joespub.com for a complete list of shows! (more...)

Alice Ripley, THE BROADWAY PRINCESS PARTY & More Set for 54 Below This WeekAlice Ripley, THE BROADWAY PRINCESS PARTY & More Set for 54 Below This Week
by BWW News Desk - Aug 10, 2015

This week at 54 BELOW, Broadway's Supper Club presents some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz and beyond. To purchase tickets or for more information, visit www.54Below.com or call (646) 476-3551. (more...)

Abrons Arts Center Sets 2015-16 Season of Theatre, Dance & MoreAbrons Arts Center Sets 2015-16 Season of Theatre, Dance & More
by BWW News Desk - Aug 10, 2015

On February 12, 1915, the Abrons Arts Center's Henry Street Settlement Playhouse opened its doors on the Lower East Side. Since that day, it has remained a vital cultural resource, providing audiences with artistically bold work while offering artists opportunities to dynamically grow. Since becoming Abrons Director in 2006, Jay Wegman has done much more than maintain 'one of the last standing locations for avant-garde performance downtown' (The New York Times, 2009). He has created an arts venue that is unique on the city's cultural landscape, presenting an international mix of cutting-edge performing and visual artists, both established and emerging, from across the country and around the world, as well as from New York City. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Carefree PETER PAN Soars at ARTPARKBWW Reviews: Carefree PETER PAN Soars at ARTPARK
by Michael Rabice - Aug 1, 2015

Whether you grew up with Mary Martin , Sandy Duncan or Cathy Rigby flying on your TV screen or on a stage near you, children and adults alike still love escaping with the boy who never grew up. Neverland and it's inhabitants of Lost Boys, Indians and Pirates is usually a sure fire chance for a light hearted evening. Happily Artpark's 2015 polished musical offering of PETER PAN is flying high, and for all the right reasons. (more...)

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