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President Obama Releases Statement on Passing of Music Legend Andrae CrouchPresident Obama Releases Statement on Passing of Music Legend Andrae Crouch
by BWW News Desk - Jan 9, 2015

Music legend Andraé Crouch has died. The Grammy and Dove Award winner passed away on Thursday, January 8, 2015 (more...)

Music Legend Andrae Crouch Dead at 72; Recording Academy Issues StatementMusic Legend Andrae Crouch Dead at 72; Recording Academy Issues Statement
by BWW News Desk - Jan 9, 2015

Music legend Andraé Crouch has died. The Grammy and Dove Award winner passed away on Thursday, January 8, 2015 (more...)

Zhou Jian, Father of Robots In China, Brought Smart Robots Into Thousands of HouseholdsZhou Jian, Father of Robots In China, Brought Smart Robots Into Thousands of Households
by BWW News Desk - Jan 8, 2015

SHENZHEN, China, Jan. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ In 2012, Zhou Jian decided to sell all the shares he held in existing companies and to mortgage his luxurious house in order to launch a new venture. Then he travelled around looking for partners congenial to his ambition before finally inviting leading figures in the industry to join him. After the original conceptual model was established in 2013, he launched a mature product, a smart humanoid robot comparable with any leading edge technology product in the international scene. This attracted the attention of several international high-tech companies, as well as some international high-tech Venture Capital firms.In 2014, while the Chinese market for intelligent humanoid robots was yet to be developed, his business began to blossom, with his company taking almost 50% of market share in theintelligent humanoid service robot industry. Zhou Jian, known as the 'father of robots' in China, was the focus of attention inthe Science & Technology VC circle in 2014. And the company he established, UBTECH, proved to be the hottest robot manufacturer, with an estimated value of billions of US dollars. (more...)

Tron Theatre Makeshift Broadcast Presents WHEN THE RAIN STOPS FALLINGTron Theatre Makeshift Broadcast Presents WHEN THE RAIN STOPS FALLING
by BWW News Desk - Jan 8, 2015

MAKESHIFT BROADCAST presents When the Rain Stops Falling 4-7 FEBRUARY 2015, 8PM. (more...)

The Gamm's Unique MORALITY PLAY Offers Big Ideas but Lacks DepthThe Gamm's Unique MORALITY PLAY Offers Big Ideas but Lacks Depth
by Robert Barossi - Jan 7, 2015

An audience member sitting by me at the Gamm's performance of Morality Play mentioned that one of the reasons she loves the company is their penchant for putting on plays that are daring, challenging and different. They do not just do the same old thing, she said, and she's absolutely correct. It is one of the characteristics of the Gamm that make it stand out among the theatrical crowd, that they take on plays that are more unique or risky than other companies might dare to produce. Morality Play is, arguably, a bit of a risk. While successful at being something unique, it is not as successful at being an entertaining, compelling or enjoyable piece of theater. Based on a novel of the same name, by Barry Unsworth, Morality Play is adapted for the stage by the Gamm's Tony Estrella. The story revolves around a roving troupe of actors, traveling the harsh English countryside in the winter of 1361. This gang of thespians are among the earliest practitioners of theater, actors who performed morality plays, one of the three major types of drama in the Middle Ages (the other two being miracle plays and mystery plays). In morality plays, a figure representing the common man, often called something like Everyman, is tempted by the personification of qualities such as Vice, Avarice or Lust, but is then saved by the appearance of, for example, Truth, Faith or Conscience. In the case of this play, our actors have just suffered the death of one of their company. Almost immediately, they meet a runaway priest who they allow to join them as a player, to take on the roles of the dead actor. Shortly thereafter, the troupe, very short on funds, arrives at a town where they will perform one of their morality plays. After that play fizzles, they decide to perform a new kind of play, one based on an actual real-life event, a true crime that has just occurred, the murder of a young boy. While doing so, they begin to solve the crime and put their own lives in jeopardy. If that sounds like an interesting idea, actors solving a crime using their powers of performance, it truly is. Unfortunately, this play is more of a collection of interesting ideas and concepts than an engaging piece of theater. Much of the play's early going feels like the Theater History 101 class that every theater major takes in college. It's as if the professor said, “Come up with a morality play and put it on for the class, just how the actors of the time would have.” And I'm willing to give Estrella and director Tyler Dobrowsky the benefit of the doubt that they have accurately recreated the feeling of the times and created an accurate and true recreation of the drama of the Middle Ages. Still, most of it is fascinating but boring and uninspired, not likely to excite many audience members, other than those who took that class in college. After getting through all of the “this is what theater was like in the 1300's” stuff (and it takes a long time), we finally reach the play's central story, the true-crime murder mystery. Unfortunately, this part of the play just demonstrates how many times we've seen all of this before. It quickly becomes an episode of C.S.I.: Broadway, with actors, instead of scientists, running around investigating and solving the crime. And in the third act, there are enough twists and turns to fill a season's worth of Law & Order episodes, with everything from corrupt heads of state to pedophiles and mysterious diseases. Yes, I realize that part of the point is that things that happened way back then are still relevant today, but in this case, they just make for a dull, predictable mystery, rather than an exciting and compelling story. One reason why it's not compelling is that we never really get to know any of these characters, not well enough to really connect with or care about them. The runaway priest, Nicholas Barber, is given a bit of backstory here and there, but not enough (he also may suffer from the fact that he is no longer the central character and narrator of the story, as he is in the novel). The “master player,” Martin Bell, also has some hints thrown his way about a possible checkered past, but not enough is provided to really make us feel for him. The other players are almost nameless and mostly interchangeable. Most of the rest of the characters, the King's Justice, for example, are just stereotypes, given no depth whatsoever, as they are only there to further the plot. Not helping is the actors milling about before the show, interacting with the audience as themselves, not in character, as far as I can tell. It adds to the feeling that we are watching Providence actors giving us a demonstration of early drama, not watching real, developed and believable people who lived at that time. Having said that, the Gamm has assembled an all-star team of some of the area's best acting talent. The dashing and charismatic Jesse Hinson makes his Gamm debut as the priest, Nicholas Barber. Hinson is masterful in the role and provides a number of the play's highlights, from his scene with the accused woman's father to another scene with the acting troupe's “whore,” who is about to get out before it's too late. Hinson makes every moment count and is impossible to not watch when he's in a scene. On the other end of the “who is the protagonist?” tug-of-war is Martin Bell, played by Tony Estrella. Bell is the leader of the troupe of actors, their motivator and moral compass, or at least he tries to be. Estrella, as usual, plays all of the nuances with skill and dexterity. At times, he is the seeker of truth and justice, and at other seems like a bit of a snake-oil salesman. It's a balancing act that he's able to pull off better than most. Our travelling troupe of performers are played by an excellent ensemble, all giving fine performances, even if they aren't ever given the chance or reason to dig very deep emotionally. Steve Kidd is a standout as Stephen, as is Elliot Peters as Springer. Jed Hancock Brainerd is also wonderful, though given a bit less to do. All three shine especially bright during the scenes when the troupe puts on their plays, from the biblical story of Adam to the true-crime tale of murder. All of the movement and physical action in those scenes is especially interesting and partly due, I assume, to Normand Beauregard, who plays one of the actors, Tobias, but is also one of the area's best fight choreographers. In what seems at times like a cast of thousands, a number of other actors appear and vanish. The wonderful Jeanine Kane, as the Innkeeper and wearing a hat she stole from Pharrell Williams, is mostly wasted. Jim O'Brien also gets little to do but does give a brilliant turn in one scene as the weaver, The Father of the accused woman. And that woman herself, who is deaf and mute, is played by Clara Weishahn, providing one of the show's best performances. Her scene with Estrella, where they communicate without words, is beautiful and mesmerizing. It's unfortunate that the rest of play could not be as spellbinding or entertaining as that one scene. Instead, it relies of far too much speechifying and talking a lot about big ideas. Much of it is also heavy handed, as if they really want to make sure the audience gets the message, loud and clear. There are certainly some interesting themes and messages for the audience to ponder as they leave the theater, but the rest of the production may leave them cold and wanting more. (more...)

Josh Young, Alison Luff & More to Star in Industry Readings of New Musical GLORY RIDEJosh Young, Alison Luff & More to Star in Industry Readings of New Musical GLORY RIDE
by BWW News Desk - Jan 5, 2015

Dan Knechtges (Lysistrata Jones, Xanadu) will direct a January 8-9 industry reading of the new musical GLORY RIDE. Tony Award nominee Josh Young (Jesus Christ Superstar), Alison Luff (Matilda), Quinn van Antwerp (Jersey Boys), and Herndon Lackey (Les Miserables) will lead the cast. (more...)

Handel and Haydn Society to Welcome Violinist Aisslinn Nosky in Concert, 1/23 & 25Handel and Haydn Society to Welcome Violinist Aisslinn Nosky in Concert, 1/23 & 25
by BWW News Desk - Jan 5, 2015

As part of its Bicentennial Season, the Handel and Haydn Society is proud to present a program dedicated exclusively to one of its namesake composers, Joseph Haydn (1732-1809). Canadian-born virtuoso Aisslinn Nosky, concertmaster of the Handel and Haydn Society since 2011, leads the charge as soloist and leader in Haydn's rarely-performed Violin Concerto in C Major, a work that wasn't published until the 20th century. Nosky will join the Period Instrument Orchestra and Artistic Director Harry Christophers in Haydn's Symphonies No. 7 (Le Midi) and 83 (La Poule), as well as the Overture to Lo Speziale. (more...)

ANNIE National Tour to Stop at Baltimore's Hippodrome Theatre, 1/20-2/1ANNIE National Tour to Stop at Baltimore's Hippodrome Theatre, 1/20-2/1
by BWW News Desk - Jan 5, 2015

Broadway Across America/Baltimore is proud to announce that the new U.S. National Tour of ANNIE will play January 20- February 1, 2015 at the Hippodrome Theatre in Baltimore. Directed by original lyricist and director Martin Charnin for the 19th time, this production of ANNIE will be a brand new physical incarnation of the iconic Tony Award-winning original. (more...)

N.C. Symphony Announces 2015/16 SeasonN.C. Symphony Announces 2015/16 Season
by BWW News Desk - Jan 25, 2015

North Carolina Symphony Music Director Grant Llewellyn and Sandi Macdonald, President and CEO of the North Carolina Symphony today announced programming for its 2015/16 season, the orchestra's 83rd season and Llewellyn's 12th season as Music Director. (more...)

Stage and Screen Star Barrie Ingham Has Died at 82Stage and Screen Star Barrie Ingham Has Died at 82
by BWW News Desk - Jan 25, 2015

English actor of the stage and screen, Barrie Ingham has died at age 82. Best known on the London stage for Herbie, opposite Angela Lansbury, he also appeared in Aspects of Love on Broadway, opposite Sarah Brightman. (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look- Odyssey Theatre's ANNA CHRISTIEPhoto Flash: First Look- Odyssey Theatre's ANNA CHRISTIE
by BWW News Desk - Jan 24, 2015

Real-life father and daughter Jeff Perry (Scandal) and Zoe Perry (upcoming feature film Cotton) star with Kevin McKidd (Grey's Anatomy) and Mary Mara (Nash Bridges) when Odyssey Theatre Ensemble presents Anna Christie, opening Jan. 24 at the Odyssey Theatre in West L.A. Former Long Wharf associate artistic director Kim Rubinstein directs Eugene O'Neill's 1922 Pulitzer Prize winner. Check out photos from the production below! (more...)

Harry M. Anderson Jr Launches New Marketing Push for THE GTO KIDHarry M. Anderson Jr Launches New Marketing Push for THE GTO KID
by BWW News Desk - Jan 22, 2015

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (more...)

Dr. Edward Nichols Releases FADE TO WHITEDr. Edward Nichols Releases FADE TO WHITE
by BWW News Desk - Jan 21, 2015

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (more...)

Edwin L. Woolsey Pens THE REVEALINGEdwin L. Woolsey Pens THE REVEALING
by BWW News Desk - Jan 21, 2015

WILLOW SPRINGS, Mo. (more...)

Westport Country Playhouse to Present THE LIGHTNING THIEF, 2/8Westport Country Playhouse to Present THE LIGHTNING THIEF, 2/8
by BWW News Desk - Jan 21, 2015

Westport Country Playhouse's Family Festivities Series will present "The Lightning Thief," a new musical about mythological monsters based on the popular book series by Rick Riordan, on Sunday, February 8, at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Produced by Theatreworks USA , the show is recommended for ages 7 to 12. Running time is approximately one hour. Tickets are $20. (more...)

Slow Burn Theatre Company's 2015-16 Season to Feature BIG FISH, VIOLET & MoreSlow Burn Theatre Company's 2015-16 Season to Feature BIG FISH, VIOLET & More
by BWW News Desk - Jan 20, 2015

South Florida's acclaimed Slow Burn Theatre Company has announced its upcoming 2015-16 season, featuring four contemporary musicals that will be presented exclusively at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. (more...)

Author James A. Mullier Releases New Book Capturing God's Mercy, Grace and SacrificeAuthor James A. Mullier Releases New Book Capturing God's Mercy, Grace and Sacrifice
by BWW News Desk - Jan 2, 2015

Sydney, Austrailia (more...)

SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM Plays One Night Only in Los Angeles, 2/07SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM Plays One Night Only in Los Angeles, 2/07
by BWW News Desk - Jan 18, 2015

An incredibly intimate look at The Father of the modern musical, Sondheim on Sondheim features Grammy nominated, re-imagined arrangements of Mr. Sondheim's most beloved work performed by an all-star local cast led by John LaLonde and Debbie Prutsman and featuring Michael Betts, Ben Gibson, Amy Gillette, Kristin Lamoureux, Dino Nicandros and Christanna Rowander. Join us for this one-night only performance, Saturday, February 7, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. (more...)

VIDEO: Sneak Peek - 'Revenge of the Rouges' Episode of The CW's THE FLASHVIDEO: Sneak Peek - 'Revenge of the Rouges' Episode of The CW's THE FLASH
by - Jan 15, 2015

Below, watch an extended trailer for the next episode of The CW's THE FLASH titled "Revenge of the Rouges." (more...)

Social Media Watch - Dell, Intel and Hollywood Team Up For New Social Film 'What Lives Inside'Social Media Watch - Dell, Intel and Hollywood Team Up For New Social Film 'What Lives Inside'
by BWW News Desk - Jan 14, 2015

Everyone is making sure their marketing strategies for 2015 including 'social', even if they're not exactly sure what it is. Today though, Dell, Intel, Hulu and some hot Hollywood talents are partnering in a unique way to 'do it right'. (more...)

PAUL AND ROSA by Harry Anderson Jr. is ReleasedPAUL AND ROSA by Harry Anderson Jr. is Released
by BWW News Desk - Jan 14, 2015

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (more...)

Paul Blackwell, Peter Carroll and Pamela Rabe Set for State Theatre's Beckett TriptychPaul Blackwell, Peter Carroll and Pamela Rabe Set for State Theatre's Beckett Triptych
by BWW News Desk - Jan 13, 2015

State Theatre Company's 2015 season will begin with three perfect theatrical gems written by The Father of theatrical postmodernism, Samuel Beckett. Brought together especially for the 2015 Adelaide Festival, this trio of remarkable and rarely produced short plays will feature three of Australia's greatest actors: Paul Blackwell, Peter Carroll and Pamela Rabe, all of whom are brilliantly matched to the funny, wistful, bleak and acutely observed work of Beckett. (more...)

BWW Previews: CPA'S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Headlines TSTC This WeekendBWW Previews: CPA'S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Headlines TSTC This Weekend
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jan 13, 2015

When members of the Tennessee State Thespian Conference gather in Murfreesboro this weekend, one of the many offerings they'll be treated to is a performance of The Royal Shakespeare Company's version of Beauty and the Beast, presented by Nashville's Christ Presbyterian Academy. (more...)

VIDEO: HONEYMOON IN VEGAS' Tony Danza Talks Greeting Fans at TKTS on 'Late Night'VIDEO: HONEYMOON IN VEGAS' Tony Danza Talks Greeting Fans at TKTS on 'Late Night'
by TV News Desk - Jan 13, 2015

Tony Danza stopped by last night's LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS to talk about his new Broadway musical comedy HONEYMOON IN VEGAS. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Chris Lemmon Becomes a Legend in JACK LEMMON RETURNSBWW Reviews: Chris Lemmon Becomes a Legend in JACK LEMMON RETURNS
by Ellen Dostal - Jan 12, 2015

"Music was his dream but acting was his passion." That's how Chris Lemmon describes his famous father Jack in JACK LEMMON RETURNS, the 90-minute play with songs that has settled into the intimate black box theater (The Edye) at the Broad Stage. The show is a tribute to the man who meant the world to him, and offers not only a look into their personal relationship as father and son, but also takes the audience behind the scenes with the kind of Hollywood stories you read about but never get to hear firsthand. (more...)

Lou Beatty Jr. to Lead NOBODY WALKS LIKE MY DADDY at Barbara Morrison PAC, 1/30-2/22Lou Beatty Jr. to Lead NOBODY WALKS LIKE MY DADDY at Barbara Morrison PAC, 1/30-2/22
by BWW News Desk - Jan 12, 2015

Venerable actor Lou Beatty Jr. will star in the role of The Father in the social drama "Nobody Walks Like My Daddy" in a four weekend run from Jan. 30 through Feb. 22 at the Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center in Leimert Park. (more...)

TWEEDY Resumes 'Sukierae' Tour with New ConcertsTWEEDY Resumes 'Sukierae' Tour with New Concerts
by BWW News Desk - Jan 12, 2015

Tweedy, The Father-son duo of Wilco's Jeff Tweedy and his son, drummer Spencer Tweedy, resumes US touring in March in support of Sukierae, the duo's debut release (more...)

BWW Interviews: Patricia Duran Talks Connecting and Connections in CLOUD TECTONICSBWW Interviews: Patricia Duran Talks Connecting and Connections in CLOUD TECTONICS
by Katricia Lang - Jan 10, 2015

CLOUD TECTONICS is an uncommon and complex love story. (more...)

STAGE TUBE: On This Day for 1/1/15 - Frank LangellaSTAGE TUBE: On This Day for 1/1/15 - Frank Langella
by Stage Tube - Jan 1, 2015

Happy Birthday, Frank Langella! Langella won his first Tony Award for his performance in Edward Albee's Seascape and 1975 and was nominated for another for what may have been the performance for which he was best known for in the early part of his career: the title role of the 1977 Broadway production of Dracula. He then appeared on Broadway in such plays as Sherlock's Last Case, Strindberg's The Father (winning a Drama Desk Award), Match (Tony Award nomination), and Fortune's Fool, for which he won a second Tony Award. He was cast as Richard Nixon in Peter Morgan's Frost/Nixon, which received enthusiastic reviews during a run at the Donmar Warehouse and Gielgud Theatre in London before moving to New York's Bernard B. Jacobs Theater in April 2007, culminating in Langella's third Tony Award. He reprised the role of Nixon in the 2008 film Frost/Nixon, directed by Ron Howard. (more...)

BWW Interview: Anthony Heald's Double Duty in THE ELEPHANT MANBWW Interview: Anthony Heald's Double Duty in THE ELEPHANT MAN
by Naomi Serviss - Dec 31, 2014

A pair of 'juicy parts' opposite Bradley Cooper's John Merrick keep Heald fully engaged. (more...)

Kevin Vieldhouse Releases COLORBLINDKevin Vieldhouse Releases COLORBLIND
by BWW News Desk - Dec 31, 2014

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Moth Theatre to Return with David Auburn's PROOF, 1/15Moth Theatre to Return with David Auburn's PROOF, 1/15
by BWW News Desk - Dec 30, 2014

?Now ready to unveil its newly remodeled space, the Moth Theatre Company is proud to announce its return with a new production of Proof by David Auburn, winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Tony Award for Best Play. Directed by John Markland, Proof will open on Thursday, January 15 and run through February 15 only. (more...)

About Face to Offer Free Reading of SEED at The Center on Halsted Next MonthAbout Face to Offer Free Reading of SEED at The Center on Halsted Next Month
by BWW News Desk - Dec 30, 2014

About Face Theatre will launch its new FIRST DRAAFT reading series, dedicated to showcasing the latest works by AFT's talented company of Artistic Associates, with a free reading of SEED, a new play by AFT Artistic Associate Scott Bradley (We Three Lizas, Alien Queen), directed by AFT Artistic Associate Eric Hoff (Hit The Wall), featuring Coburn Goss and Brendan Meyer. (more...)

Steep Theatre Unveils Cast of THE LIFE AND SORT OF DEATH OF ERIC ARGYLESteep Theatre Unveils Cast of THE LIFE AND SORT OF DEATH OF ERIC ARGYLE
by BWW News Desk - Dec 29, 2014

Steep Theatre's upcoming production of Ross Dungan's The Life and Sort of Death of Eric Argyle will feature an impressive collection of fourteen of Chicago's hottest actors. (more...)

VIDEO: Watch WHEEL OF FORTUNE Contestant Break All-Time Earnings Record!VIDEO: Watch WHEEL OF FORTUNE Contestant Break All-Time Earnings Record!
by - Dec 29, 2014

Matt DeSanto not only solved an early puzzle on the nightly game show after seeing only one letter, he also wound up solving every single puzzle during the remainder of the game! (more...)

ORIGINALS Patriarch Sebastian Roche Boards ABC's ONCE UPON A TIMEORIGINALS Patriarch Sebastian Roche Boards ABC's ONCE UPON A TIME
by TV News Desk - Dec 23, 2014

According to Entertainment Weekly, evil patriarch of The CW's ORIGINALS Sebastian Roche will appear in as a guest star on ABC's ONCE UPON A TIME. (more...)

Virago Theatre Company to Present RANSOM, TEXAS at Theatre Asylum LabVirago Theatre Company to Present RANSOM, TEXAS at Theatre Asylum Lab
by BWW News Desk - Dec 23, 2014

In a dying Texas town, a routine business deal erupts into a primal battle between father and son in San Francisco playwright William Bivins's twisted dark comedy, Ransom, Texas, opening January 8th at Theatre Asylum Lab in Hollywood. Directed by Jon Tracy and designed by Nina Ball, Ransom comes to Hollywood directly following a highly successful run in San Francisco at Tides Theatre. Virago Theatre Company's commitment to bringing new Bay Area plays to larger audiences is turning heads on both coasts on the heels of their New York run of AROUSAL and The Lover at the Flea in summer, 2014. (more...)

Irontom's New Track 'Feel Good' Now Available to DownloadIrontom's New Track 'Feel Good' Now Available to Download
by BWW News Desk - Dec 22, 2014

Los Angeles based five-piece Irontom have been making waves in their hometown for years and are now ready to make their mark nationwide. (more...)

BAM/PFA Announces Community Celebration for the Final Day of Public Programming, 12/21BAM/PFA Announces Community Celebration for the Final Day of Public Programming, 12/21
by BWW News Desk - Dec 19, 2014

The University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) will host a free day-long celebration on December 21, 2014 to commemorate its last day of programming in its current building at 2626 Bancroft Way. Let's Go! A Farewell Revel will feature dance battles by the brilliantTURFinc; a concert by the all-women vocal ensemble Kitka; a performance by groundbreaking artist Dohee Lee; sound art by Chris Kallmyer; art-making for kids of all ages with Veronica Graham; and a performance of György Ligeti's 1962 compositionPoème symphonique for one hundred metronomes, led by pianist/composer Sarah Cahill. The event will culminate in a celebratory procession across the UC Berkeley campus to the site of BAM/PFA's future home, which is under construction at 2155 Center St., on the corner of Oxford and Center Streets in downtown Berkeley. (more...)

The Montpelier Foundation Chooses MediaValet to Secure Its Vast Collection of Historical MaterialThe Montpelier Foundation Chooses MediaValet to Secure Its Vast Collection of Historical Material
by BWW News Desk - Dec 19, 2014

ORANGE, VA and VANCOUVER, BC - The Montpelier Foundation the non-profit organization dedicated to bringing to life the home and contributions of President James Madison, The Father of the Constitution, and Dolley Madison, America's 1st First Lady has selected MediaValet (TSX VENTURE: MVP) to aggregate, organize, share and secure its vast collection of archaeological, academic, and educational videos, hi-res photos, and brand materials. (more...)

Ernie Hudson to Join ABC's ONCE UPON A TIMEErnie Hudson to Join ABC's ONCE UPON A TIME
by TV News Desk - Dec 19, 2014

According to Deadline, Ernie Hudson has been tapped to play King Poseidon on ONCE UPON A TIME. (more...)

Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal Bath Autumn Announces Casting for 2014 SeasonUstinov Studio, Theatre Royal Bath Autumn Announces Casting for 2014 Season
by BWW News Desk - Dec 19, 2014

Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal Bath Autumn has announced casting for there 2014 season, including the three black comedies, including 'Play Strindberg,' 'The Father,' and 'Exit The King.' (more...)

New Book of Daily Devotionals by Bill Johnson is ReleasedNew Book of Daily Devotionals by Bill Johnson is Released
by BWW News Desk - Dec 18, 2014

Shippensburg, PA (more...)

Sundance Institute Announces Jury Members for 2015 Sundance Film FestivalSundance Institute Announces Jury Members for 2015 Sundance Film Festival
by Movies News Desk - Dec 18, 2014

Sundance Institute announced today the members of the six juries awarding prizes at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, January 22 to February 1 in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden and Sundance, Utah. (more...)

BroadwayWorld's 2014 List of Lists Roundup- Updating Live!BroadwayWorld's 2014 List of Lists Roundup- Updating Live!
by BWW Special Coverage - Dec 18, 2014

As we count down the last days of 2014, New York City's top theatre critics have been taking stock of the theatre season- deciding on their choices for their favorite productions of the year. With so many stellar plays, musicals, revivals and new works, both on Broadway and off, a slew of shows have gained recognition from the critics. Below, check out our roundup of 'Best of' lists for theatre this year. Be sure to check back later for new additions as they're released! (more...)

Sean Mathias Joins Creative Team of THE EXORCIST; Play Heading for Broadway?Sean Mathias Joins Creative Team of THE EXORCIST; Play Heading for Broadway?
by BWW News Desk - Dec 18, 2014

BroadwayWorld has just learned that a stage version of The Exorcist is currently in the works, and Tony nominee Sean Mathias is on board to direct the project. The play, adapted by John Pielmeier, enjoyed a run at Los Angeles' Geffen Playhouse in 2012, starring Richard Chamberlain and Brooke Shields. Production details have not yet been announced. (more...)

New Song Clip From ELF: BUDDY'S MUSICAL CHRISTMAS Starring Jim ParsonsNew Song Clip From ELF: BUDDY'S MUSICAL CHRISTMAS Starring Jim Parsons
by Pat Cerasaro - Dec 17, 2014

Relive a showstopper from NBC's animated holiday musical! (more...)

CBS to Welcome 2015 with All New Episodes Beginning 1/2CBS to Welcome 2015 with All New Episodes Beginning 1/2
by TV News Desk - Dec 16, 2014

CBS will ring in 2015 with all-new episodes of its hit series, beginning Friday, Jan. 2. The following is information on the first original episodes of the new year: (more...)

Mary Clare Evans Releases New Children's Book, JOSEPH'S HEARTMary Clare Evans Releases New Children's Book, JOSEPH'S HEART
by BWW News Desk - Dec 16, 2014

COLUMBUS, Ohio - (more...)

VIDEO: Jim Parsons Reveals Tonight's ELF: BUDDY'S MUSICAL CHRISTMAS Was 'Crazy Process'VIDEO: Jim Parsons Reveals Tonight's ELF: BUDDY'S MUSICAL CHRISTMAS Was 'Crazy Process'
by TV News Desk - Dec 16, 2014

Award winning actor Jim Parsons stopped by this morning's TODAY on NBC to talk about lending his voice to Buddy the Elf, originated by Will Farrell, in tonight's animated special ELF: BUDDY'S MUSICAL CHRISTMAS. (more...)

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