BWW Review: THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA Dazzles at Front PorchBWW Review: THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA Dazzles at Front Porch
by Greg Kerestan - Sep 2, 2015

Director Stephen Santa brings unexpected charm and warmth to a sometimes-alienating work of art. (more...)

BWW Recap: Turkey on Turkey on Turkey on a MODERN FAMILY ThanksgivingBWW Recap: Turkey on Turkey on Turkey on a MODERN FAMILY Thanksgiving
by Matt Smith - Nov 20, 2014

It's the MODFAM Thanksgiving episode, and, as expected, there's a whole lot of turkeys present this week (three to be exact). Luckily, this episode wasn't one of them. :-) As I said on Halloween, generally, holiday episodes that continuously repeat holidays well into their run (like, six seasons in) may grow stale, as the holiday doesn't change and in a show's sixth season, creators may find less original storylines that haven't already been used up, say, last Thanksgiving. But, not the case with MODERN FAMILY, who, in their — give or take — sixth seasonal outing, gives us an original — and hilarious — storyline, that, again, was anything but a turkey. The episode provided a nice balance of Thanksgiving-centered stories and mixed them in with stories that didn't have to do with the holiday, but still seamlessly bled into those storylines — that's why the writing on this show is sooooo genius! (Okay… anyone have a count on how many times I've said that?!) (more...)

BWW Reviews: A PUBLIC READING OF AN UNPRODUCED SCREENPLAY ABOUT THE DEATH OF WALT DISNEY Creates a Magical  Journey at WilburyBWW Reviews: A PUBLIC READING OF AN UNPRODUCED SCREENPLAY ABOUT THE DEATH OF WALT DISNEY Creates a Magical Journey at Wilbury
by Robert Barossi - Nov 16, 2014

Celebrities, famous folks and iconic figures are often enigmatic, especially those who lived in bygone days, long before the internet and social media. To most of us, they are a mystery. From their exalted and distant perches far above the ordinary, average citizen, they alter and impact our lives. At the same time, they remain shrouded in secrecy, their true lives unknown or unrevealed. This can be said of the famous figure at the center of Wilbury Group's second play fo the season, A Public Readng of an Unproduced Screenplay About the Death of Walt Disney. You may think you know something about the man behind the mouse, as he's sometimes referred. On the other hand, this play sets out to offer a different view, one that's decidedly darker. (more...)

Megan Hilty & More Set for Transcendence Theatre Company's 2015 SeasonMegan Hilty & More Set for Transcendence Theatre Company's 2015 Season
by BWW News Desk - May 5, 2015

Transcendence Theatre Company announced their 2015 season of spectacular outdoor Broadway concerts in Sonoma Wine Country running June 19 through September 13 featuring Broadway Under the Stars in Jack London State Historic Park and the Transcendence Artist Series in various locations throughout Sonoma Valley. Transcendence Theatre Company, named by USA Today's 10BEST as the #2 'Outdoor Concert Venue You Shouldn't Miss' in the United States, was chosen as "Theater of the Year" for the second consecutive year by Broadway World San Francisco. (more...)

CHANGING SHADOWS is ReleasedCHANGING SHADOWS is Released
by BWW News Desk - May 26, 2015

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BWW Reviews: THRILL ME, Old Rep Theatre Birmingham, May 22 2015BWW Reviews: THRILL ME, Old Rep Theatre Birmingham, May 22 2015
by Jenny Antill - May 23, 2015

Nominated for seven 'Offies' and 'Best Off West End Production' at the 2012 Whatsonstage Awards, Climar Productions' 2011 production of Thrill Me: The Leopold & Loeb Story moved to the Charing Cross Theatre for a very successful run before being revived in 2014 for the Edinburgh Fringe where it won the Bobby Award for 'Best Production'. By special arrangement with Samuel French, the show is now in the middle of a UK tour. (more...)

Gleams Theatre to Bring WHERE WERE YOU WHEN I WAS COMING? to Montreal Fringe FestivalGleams Theatre to Bring WHERE WERE YOU WHEN I WAS COMING? to Montreal Fringe Festival
by BWW News Desk - May 22, 2015

Gleams Theatre is excited to present the Canadian premiere of Where Were You When I Was Coming? Written by C. S. Hanson and directed by Ira Sokolova, the show will be part of the 25th edition of the Montreal St-Ambroise Fringe Festival from June 13-21, at Espace 4001 Space. Where Were You When I Was Coming? was first produced in Canada by Gleams Theatre last December as the inaugural show of the theatre company's new venture, Hotel Theatre. Sokolova, Gleams Theatre artistic director, is honoured that the NYC playwright is looking forward to attending shows on Wednesday, June 17 and Thursday, June 18.   (more...)

BWW Reviews: Pandora's Delightful YANK! Closes Out 2014-2015 SeasonBWW Reviews: Pandora's Delightful YANK! Closes Out 2014-2015 Season
by Todd Zeigler - May 20, 2015

An uneven but entertaining production pulls off a retro charm while asking difficult questions that still resonate today. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Handa Opera On Sydney Harbour's AIDA Combines The Timeless Story of Love and War With The Sydney SkylineBWW Reviews: Handa Opera On Sydney Harbour's AIDA Combines The Timeless Story of Love and War With The Sydney Skyline
by Jade Kops - Mar 28, 2015

Giuseppe Verdi's AIDA, written to open the Khedivial Opera House in Egypt in 1871, proves its timelessness as Director Gale Edwards blends old and new worlds on the waterfront stage. With a 18meter tall partial ruins of the head of Nefertiti towering over Farm Cove, the original setting in Egypt has been retained but the line between classical and modern Egypt is blurred as ancient religion and traditional costumes sit alongside futuristic soldiers and military officers reminiscent of European World War I and World War II strategists. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  Fiery Operatic Drama Unfolds in New Production of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA at Shea's Buffalo TheatreBWW Reviews: Fiery Operatic Drama Unfolds in New Production of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA at Shea's Buffalo Theatre
by Michael Rabice - Mar 22, 2015

2015 brings a lavish new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'The Phantom of The Opera' that opened at Shea's Buffalo Theatre on Wednesday and it has received glorious new sets by Paul Brown, while retaining most of Maria Bjornson's Tony Award winning costume designs. (more...)

Review Roundup: THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME Opens at Paper Mill - UPDATED!Review Roundup: THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME Opens at Paper Mill - UPDATED!
by Review Roundups - Mar 18, 2015

Paper Mill Playhouse presents The Hunchback of Notre Dame (which first played to rave reviews in La Jolla). The production opened last night, March 15. Inspired by the classic Victor Hugo novel, The Hunchback of Notre Dame has a book byPeter Parnell, music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. The Hunchback of Notre Dame is directed by Scott Schwartz and choreographed by Chase Brock. Let's see what the critics had to say... (more...)

Creature Technology Company's Lady Liberty Makes Debut in Radio City's NEW YORK SPRING SPECTACULAR This WeekCreature Technology Company's Lady Liberty Makes Debut in Radio City's NEW YORK SPRING SPECTACULAR This Week
by BWW News Desk - Mar 10, 2015

Australia's The Creature Technology Company, creators of some of the world's most technologically sophisticated, creatively inspired and life-like animatronic creatures for arena spectaculars, theme parks, exhibitions, stage shows and events, has designed and created a 26 foot high animatronic puppet of the Statue of Liberty for the NEW YORK SPRING SPECTACULAR presented by Chase, starring the world-famous Rockettes, and debuting this week at Radio City Music Hall. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Into the Home of Happy Medium Theatre's DYING CITYBWW Reviews: Into the Home of Happy Medium Theatre's DYING CITY
by Alex Lonati - Jun 24, 2015

Happy Medium's production of DYING CITY by Christopher Shinn was the first hyper realistic piece I've seen in the private home of those performing. (more...)

Adelaide Cabaret Festival farewells Barry Humphries and welcomes two new Artistic DirectorsAdelaide Cabaret Festival farewells Barry Humphries and welcomes two new Artistic Directors
by BWW News Desk - Jun 21, 2015

In the final night of Adelaide Cabaret Festival 2015, Artistic Director Barry Humphries took to the stage to announce he is handing over the role of Artistic Director to the creative talents of Ali McGregor and Eddie Perfect, who will be co-Artistic Directors for the Festival in 2016 and 2017. (more...)

New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Announces Composers of 2015 NJSO Edward T. Cone Composition InstituteNew Jersey Symphony Orchestra Announces Composers of 2015 NJSO Edward T. Cone Composition Institute
by TV News Desk - Jun 18, 2015

The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra announces the four composers of the 2015 NJSO Edward T. Cone Composition Institute, a multi-faceted program that promotes new music and emerging composers. (more...)

BWW Reviews: The Royal Ballet Triumphs at the Kennedy Center with Carlos Acosta's Don QuixoteBWW Reviews: The Royal Ballet Triumphs at the Kennedy Center with Carlos Acosta's Don Quixote
by Frances Steiner - Jun 15, 2015

Marius Petipa first staged Don Quixote for the Imperial Bolshoi Theater in 1869 to great acclaim, and it immediately entered the ballet canon.  Almost every ballet enthusiast has seen a version of this work--new productions run the risk of seeming stale and mundane.  This general familiarity made The Royal Ballet's decision to open its American tour with the U.S. premiere of Carlos Acosta's Don Quixote daring.  The gambit paid off, however, as this production proved to be a fresh take on an old warhorse. (more...)

Trevor Nunn to Stage THE WARS OF THE ROSES at Rose Theatre KingstonTrevor Nunn to Stage THE WARS OF THE ROSES at Rose Theatre Kingston
by BWW News Desk - Jun 11, 2015

Rose Theatre Kingston today announces its most ambitious project to date - this autumn the Rose stage will be transformed into a battlefield for The Wars of the Roses, a gripping adaptation of four of Shakespeare's history plays, directed by Trevor Nunn. The productions will play in rep from 16 September until 31 October, with press performances for all three plays on 3 October. (more...)

Audience Rudeness Continues: Patti LuPone Snatches Cell Phone During SHOWS FOR DAYS PerformanceAudience Rudeness Continues: Patti LuPone Snatches Cell Phone During SHOWS FOR DAYS Performance
by Caryn Robbins - Jul 9, 2015

Patti LuPone snatched a cell phone out of the hands of an audience member who was texting during the performance. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  Family Fun With the Native Pride DancersBWW Reviews: Family Fun With the Native Pride Dancers
by Andrew White - Jul 6, 2015

Wolf Trap recently hosted the innovative Native Pride Dancers for a demonstration of Native American dance, a fascinating hour featuring young, dedicated performers.   There is enough variety and information to ensure that the young people in attendance would learn a tremendous amount about the cultures populated North America long before Europeans arrived-and get on-stage to join in the dance themselves! (more...)

Full Company Announced for Rose Theatre Kingston's THE WARS OF THE ROSESFull Company Announced for Rose Theatre Kingston's THE WARS OF THE ROSES
by BWW News Desk - Jul 22, 2015

Rose Theatre Kingston today announces the full company for The Wars of the Roses. Trevor Nunn will direct Oscar Batterham (John Talbot/Son who killed his father), Freddy Carter (company), Kare Conradi (Dauphin/Edward IV), Oliver Cotton (Winchester/Clifford/Hastings), Jim Creighton (Burgandy/Simpcox/Stafford/Father who killed his son/Ely), Imogen Daines (Joan of Arc/Lady Bona/Lady Anne), Harry Egan (company), Alexandra Gilbreath (Eleanor, Duchess of Gloucester/Elizabeth), Alexander Hanson (Richard, Duke of York/Buckingham), Rufus Hound (Bedford/Bolingbroke/Jack Cade/Rivers), James de Lauch Hay (company), Geoff Leesley (Exeter/Mortimer/Lord Mayor/Lt of the Tower), Owen Oakeshott (Somerset/Ratcliff), Joely Richardson (Margaret), Robert Sheehan (Alencon/Richard III), James Simmons (Talbot/John Hume/Norfolk/First Murderer), Laurence Spellman (Bastard of Orleans/Young Clifford/Richmond/Second Murderer), Susan Tracy (Margery Jourdain/Duchess of York), Alex Waldmann (Henry VI/Tyrrel), Timothy Walker (Warwick/Catesby), Andrew Woodall (Gloucester/Iden/Derby) and Michael Xavier (Suffolk/George of Clarence). (more...)

BWW Interviews: Composer Adam Gwon on ORDINARY DAYS and its 100th ProductionBWW Interviews: Composer Adam Gwon on ORDINARY DAYS and its 100th Production
by Tyler Hinton - Jul 2, 2015

Up-and-coming composer Adam Gwon recently spoke with BroadwayWorld about his musical ORDINARY DAYS, the 100th production and Utah premiere of which will be staged by Utah Repertory Theater Company from July 10 to 26 at the Sugar Space Studio Theater in Sugar House. (more...)

Jermyn Street's 'American Season' to Start with LaChiusa's SEE WHAT I WANNA SEE; Full Lineup!Jermyn Street's 'American Season' to Start with LaChiusa's SEE WHAT I WANNA SEE; Full Lineup!
by BWW News Desk - Jul 16, 2015

Continuing its 21st anniversary year, Jermyn Street Theatre today announces an autumn season of American work. (more...)

BWW Reviews: CAMELOT: THE SHINING CITY, Crucible, Sheffield, July 14BWW Reviews: CAMELOT: THE SHINING CITY, Crucible, Sheffield, July 14
by Ruth Deller - Jul 14, 2015

Slung Low and Sheffield Theatres collaborate on this open-air extravaganza updating Arthurian Legends for today. (more...)

BWW Reviews: MACBETH Scarily Effective For Kentucky ShakespeareBWW Reviews: MACBETH Scarily Effective For Kentucky Shakespeare
by Todd Zeigler - Jul 14, 2015

Simply and effectively stage the horrific saga of two regular people facing the grand-scale consequences of their actions and you will find something more frightening than any witch. (more...)

Dallas Opera to Release Single Tickets for SEEKING THE HUMAN ELEMENT, TodayDallas Opera to Release Single Tickets for SEEKING THE HUMAN ELEMENT, Today
by BWW News Desk - Jul 14, 2015

    DALLAS, JULY 13, 2015 - Single tickets for The Dallas Opera's magnificent 2015-2016 “Seeking the Human Element” Season,and popular TDO Family Performances will go on sale to the general public today, July 15, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. The season, which includes five spectacular operas including two highly-anticipated world premieres, is presented by Texas Instruments. Mainstage performances take place in the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House at the AT&T Performing Arts Center, 2403 Flora Street, in the Dallas Arts District. (more...)

Single Tickets to The Dallas Opera's 'Seeking the Human Element' Season on Sale This WeekSingle Tickets to The Dallas Opera's 'Seeking the Human Element' Season on Sale This Week
by BWW News Desk - Jul 13, 2015

Single tickets for The Dallas Opera's magnificent 2015-2016 "Seeking the Human Element" Season, and popular TDO Family Performances will go on sale to the general public Wednesday, July 15, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. (more...)

Biography by Cindy Safronoff to be Released July 4 Explores an 1870s...Biography by Cindy Safronoff to be Released July 4 Explores an 1870s...
by BWW News Desk - Jul 1, 2015

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BWW Previews:  SNARKY SIDEKICK A New Webseries by Matthew StarrBWW Previews: SNARKY SIDEKICK A New Webseries by Matthew Starr
by Marina Kennedy - Jan 29, 2015

The live action component of Matthew Starr's new webseries, Snarky Sidekick had a premiere live action event on January 25th at UCB East in New York City. Snarky Sidekick is currently online for viewing. (more...)

PBS to Present NOVA New Series BUILDING WONDERS: Engineering Mysteries of the Ancient WorldPBS to Present NOVA New Series BUILDING WONDERS: Engineering Mysteries of the Ancient World
by TV News Desk - Jan 14, 2015

Fascinating engineering mysteries of three of the world's most magnificent historic sites ? investigated on NOVA's upcoming three-part series, BUILDING WONDERS (Feb 11-25, 2015 on PBS). (more...)

SOUND OFF: Land Ho! GALAVANT Sails, Sings & Zings In Its Second WeekSOUND OFF: Land Ho! GALAVANT Sails, Sings & Zings In Its Second Week
by Pat Cerasaro - Jan 11, 2015

Today we are recounting the highlights of the second hour of new episodes of ABC's new musical comedy series GALAVANT. (more...)

Shakespeare Uncovered Preview: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA with Kim CattrallShakespeare Uncovered Preview: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA with Kim Cattrall
by Ellen Dostal - Feb 9, 2015

Next on Shakespeare Uncovered, Kim Cattrall goes back 2000 years to explore the epic love story between a Roman General and an Egyptian Queen, two of the most powerful people in the world. She says theirs was an almost sadistic love affair and although she has played Cleopatra twice, she still has questions about the woman. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Madhorse Theatre Mounts Edgy Lindsay-Abaire ComedyBWW Reviews: Madhorse Theatre Mounts Edgy Lindsay-Abaire Comedy
by Carla Maria Verdino-Sllwold - Feb 7, 2015

South Portland's Madhorse Theatre Company has chosen to mount Kimberly Akimbo, an edgy, quirky, wrenching comedy by David Lindsay-Abaire, as their second offering of the season. The five-character tale of a teenager's coming to terms with a strange disease that has caused her to age prematurely, with her damaged and dysfunctional New Jersey family, and with the pangs of first love is etched with colorful characters and occasionally brilliant dialogue and is given a sensitive production by director Nathan Speckman. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Davy Raphaely for A LIFE IN THE THEATREBWW Interviews: Davy Raphaely for A LIFE IN THE THEATRE
by Hannah Menchhoff - Feb 3, 2015

The actor in Walnut Street Theatre's A LIFE IN THE THEATRE discusses why acting is similar to other jobs but unlike most. (more...)

BWW Reviews: KILL ME NOW, Park Theatre, February 24 2015BWW Reviews: KILL ME NOW, Park Theatre, February 24 2015
by Kate Finburg - Feb 25, 2015

Greg Wise returns to the stage after 17 years in Brad Fraser's 'Kill Me Now'. (more...)

BWW Interviews: DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER to Open 2015 Season at the Old Opera HouseBWW Interviews: DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER to Open 2015 Season at the Old Opera House
by Johnna Leary - Feb 2, 2015

With Valentines Day quickly approaching, a comedy about a romantic dinner sounds perfect. Add in mistaken identities, sexual humor and some surprise plot twists, and you find the perfect date night in the comedy Don't Dress for Dinner, premiering this Friday to open the 2015 season at the Old Opera House. Directed by Steven Brewer, Don't Dress for Dinner is fast-paced farce set in the charming French countryside. Bernard is planning a romantic weekend with his mistress while his wife, Jacqueline, is away. He invites his best friend, Robert, over for a fool-proof alibi. But, as it turns out, Robert is actually Jacqueline's lover, Jacqueline decides not to leave after all, Bernard's mistress must now pretend to be the cook and everyone's alibi is altered as Bernard and Robert try to talk their way out of a relationship mess! (more...)

BWW Reviews: PIPPIN is High Flying FunBWW Reviews: PIPPIN is High Flying Fun
by Kristen Hirsch Montag - Feb 19, 2015

Tony Award-winning PIPPIN is an acrobatic, twisty, flying, leaping, twirling revival that wowed the Orpheum Theatre crowd in Minneapolis and provides thoughtful insight into the thing called life. (more...)

BWW Reviews: ADELAIDE FRINGE 2015: BLOOD AT THE ROOT Shows How Little Racial Tension Has Eased In AmericaBWW Reviews: ADELAIDE FRINGE 2015: BLOOD AT THE ROOT Shows How Little Racial Tension Has Eased In America
by Barry Lenny - Feb 16, 2015

A dramatisation of the true story of the Jena Six, black teenasgers jailed for attempted murder after beating up a white student (more...)

Oceanview Publishing Releases AFTER THE FALLOceanview Publishing Releases AFTER THE FALL
by BWW News Desk - Dec 8, 2014

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North American Scum Brings LCD Soundsystem Tribute to Fox Theatre TonightNorth American Scum Brings LCD Soundsystem Tribute to Fox Theatre Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Dec 5, 2014

Z2 Entertainment will present North American Scum Present The Music of LCD Soundsystem with Falcon Punch at the Fox Theatre tonight, December 5th, 2014. (more...)

This January at Bookworks Includes a News Year's Day Sale, Adam James Jones, Zach Kluckman and MoreThis January at Bookworks Includes a News Year's Day Sale, Adam James Jones, Zach Kluckman and More
by BWW News Desk - Dec 31, 2014

This January at Bookworks includes a News Year's Day Sale, Adam James Jones, Zach Kluckman and more. For more information, please visit bkwrks.com/event (more...)

BWW Reviews: ELLINGTON AT CHRISTMAS Brings Holiday Charm to Harlem's Apollo TheaterBWW Reviews: ELLINGTON AT CHRISTMAS Brings Holiday Charm to Harlem's Apollo Theater
by Aaron Fallon - Dec 23, 2014

At the Apollo Theater in Harlem, the arrival of the holiday season is marked by 'Holidays at the Apollo,' which this year includes 'Ellington at Christmas,' a two-act offering of Ellington's 'Nutcracker Suite' and portions of his 'Sacred Music Concerts.' We're re-gifted these Ellington holiday classics in an enjoyable, if not completely flawless performance by Ellington expert David Berger and his Jazz Orchestra, featuring students from the Dance Theater of Harlem School and the Arts High School Advanced Choir of Newark, as well as solos by baritone Norm Lewis, sopranos Lizz Wright and Priscilla Baskerville, and tap virtuoso Jason Samuels Smith. (more...)

BWW Review: INTO THE WOODS is a Phenomenal Adaptation of the Classic Stephen Sondheim MusicalBWW Review: INTO THE WOODS is a Phenomenal Adaptation of the Classic Stephen Sondheim Musical
by Alan Henry - Dec 19, 2014

It's no surprise Walt Disney Pictures has decided to bank on the popularity of the movie musical following the box office success of Les Miserables - what is a surprise is how successfully they've done so. Their first foray into the live-action movie musical, Into the Woods is everything you'd want from a movie musical - but doesn't compromise any of the brilliance of the original even if some modifications were made to fit the medium. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Tanglewood Celebrates 75 Years of Koussevitzky's DreamBWW Reviews: Tanglewood Celebrates 75 Years of Koussevitzky's Dream
by Erica Miner - Aug 6, 2015

The world's most gifted young music students study with esteemed members of the Boston Symphony (more...)

Hauser & Wirth to Display Debut US Exhibition from Mike Kelley, 9/8Hauser & Wirth to Display Debut US Exhibition from Mike Kelley, 9/8
by BWW News Desk - Aug 3, 2015

New York…Beginning September 10, 2015, Hauser & Wirth is proud to present 'Mike Kelley', the gallery's first U.S. exhibition devoted to one of the most ambitious and influential artists of our time. Organized in collaboration with the Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts, the exhibition is the first in New York to focus exclusively on one of the most significant of Kelley's later series, Kandors. These visually opulent, technically ambitious sculptures combine with videos and a sprawling installation never before exhibited in the United States, as the late Los Angeles artist reworks the imagery and mythology of the popular American comics book hero Superman into an extraordinary opus of nurture and loss, destruction, mourning and – possibly - redemption. (more...)

Review Roundup: Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart Bring the Action in AMERICAN ULTRAReview Roundup: Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart Bring the Action in AMERICAN ULTRA
by Tess Reynolds - Aug 21, 2015

Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart star in the new action-comedy film AMERICAN ULTRA.  (more...)

BWW Review: Gen Y's Florida Premiere of HEATHERS: THE MUSICAL is 'So Very' and So Much MoreBWW Review: Gen Y's Florida Premiere of HEATHERS: THE MUSICAL is 'So Very' and So Much More
by Matt Tamanini - Aug 17, 2015

There is something killer going on in Orlando's theatre scene, and I mean that in the best possible way. Since debuting with a production of CABARET in January, Gen Y Productions has staged thrilling Florida premieres of two of New York's most buzzed-about new works, a risky proposition for a theatre company looking to build an audience. In June, it was a mesmerizing production of Pulitzer Prize-winner THE FLICK (read BWW's review), and now it is the devilishly entertaining HEATHERS: THE MUSICAL. The show runs through August 23rd at The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, and after attending last week's Opening Night, I think it is safe to say that Gen Y is quickly becoming my favorite theatre company in Central Florida.   (more...)

BWW Reviews: THE FIRE AND THE RAIN Blossoms at Constellation TheatreBWW Reviews: THE FIRE AND THE RAIN Blossoms at Constellation Theatre
by Andrew White - Apr 29, 2015

Indian playwright Girish Karnad's play 'The Fire and the Rain' is now receiving a spectacular North American premiere at Constellation Theatre.  In the grand tradition of Greek tragedy, Karnad has taken a chapter from the Mahabharata's long saga and given it his own personal stamp.  And as directed by Allison Arkell Stockman you are guaranteed a fascinating spectacle that, although complex, can be truly rewarding. (more...)

CWC Obtains Audio Rights for Barclays Premier League Football in the Caribbean for 2015/16 Season CWC Obtains Audio Rights for Barclays Premier League Football in the Caribbean for 2015/16 Season
by BWW News Desk - Apr 29, 2015

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BWW Reviews: Theatreworks Spins Tall Tales With THE LIARBWW Reviews: Theatreworks Spins Tall Tales With THE LIAR
by Christi Esterle - Apr 25, 2015

Caught somewhere between classical and modern modes, The Liar is a truly entertaining evening. (more...)

Henry Musenge Announces CHANGING SHADOWSHenry Musenge Announces CHANGING SHADOWS
by BWW News Desk - Apr 22, 2015

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