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Kobe Bryant, Janelle Monae & More Join 2015 BET Experience L.A. LIVEKobe Bryant, Janelle Monae & More Join 2015 BET Experience L.A. LIVE
by BWW News Desk - May 29, 2015

Today, BET NETWORKS and AEG announced panelists for the 2015 "Genius Talks" series sponsored by AT&T taking place at the BET Experience @ L.A. LIVE presented by Coca-Cola (more...)

Destination America Announces New Daytime Programming Block NO LIFE TO LIVEDestination America Announces New Daytime Programming Block NO LIFE TO LIVE
by TV News Desk - May 28, 2015

Imagine you're watching a scary ghost show - a terrifying one, like GHOST ASYLUM on Destination America. (more...)

BWW Reviews: A Generational Mystery Unfolds in THREE DAYS OF RAIN at Portland Center StageBWW Reviews: A Generational Mystery Unfolds in THREE DAYS OF RAIN at Portland Center Stage
by Krista Garver - May 28, 2015

Portland Center Stage takes on a generational mystery and quest for identity in Robert Greenberg's THREE DAYS OF RAIN. (more...)

BWW Review: SATCHMO AT THE WALDORF Offers an Insightful Look at the Jazz Icon's Remarkable LifeBWW Review: SATCHMO AT THE WALDORF Offers an Insightful Look at the Jazz Icon's Remarkable Life
by Shari Barrett - May 28, 2015

John Douglas Thompson gives a tour de force multiple-character solo performance in SATCHMO AT THE WALDORF at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. It is easy to see why the New York Times described Thompson as one of the most compelling classical stage actors of his generation after witnessing his remarkable ability to totally transform himself into three very distinct and richly defined characters: jazz great Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong, his mob-connected and career-long manager Joe Glaser, and fellow jazz musician Miles Davis. (more...)

ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK's Danielle Brooks to Make Broadway Debut Opposite Jennifer Hudson & Cynthia Erivo in THE COLOR PURPLEORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK's Danielle Brooks to Make Broadway Debut Opposite Jennifer Hudson & Cynthia Erivo in THE COLOR PURPLE
by BWW News Desk - May 27, 2015

DANIELLE BROOKS, who plays 'Taystee' on the hit TV show, Orange Is the New Black, will make her Broadway debut as 'Sofia' in the upcoming Broadway musical revival of THE COLOR PURPLE. A graduate of the Juilliard School, Ms. Brooks joins the previously announced JENNIFER HUDSON and CYNTHIA ERIVO in the critically acclaimed staging from London's Menier Chocolate Factory. (more...)

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by BWW News Desk - May 26, 2015

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Pacific Symphony Gala Celebrates Carl St.Clair's 25 Years in Orange CountyPacific Symphony Gala Celebrates Carl St.Clair's 25 Years in Orange County
by BWW News Desk - May 26, 2015

?More than 400 guests dressed in their finest gathered on Saturday, May 16, to participate in one of Pacific Symphony's most heartwarming galas to date, “Celebrating Carl St.Clair's 25 Years in Orange County.” Honoring the beloved music director's 25 years with the orchestra, the 2015 gala took place at the Hotel Irvine, where the sights, tastes and aromas of Orange County were center stage. Thanks to the vision of co-chairs Lynn Freeman and Ellie Gordon, the focus was also on fun and celebration, as guests arrived to revel in an OC classic: a beach party! Donning sunglasses and flip–flops, attendees engaged in friendly competition, playing games such as ultimate Frisbee and “Hang 10,” while sipping cocktails and enjoying a surf band rocking Beach Boys tunes. The evening transitioned into a memorable tribute to Maestro St.Clair as guests feasted in an enchanting orange grove. After an exciting live auction and generous “Fund-A-Dream,” Symphony musicians surprised the audience with a “flash mob” performance of Beethoven's Ninth with a rock overlay, which led straight into the party tunes of JT & Friends.  (more...)

Neil Patrick Harris, Ashley Brown & More Set for Disneyland's 60th Diamond CelebrationNeil Patrick Harris, Ashley Brown & More Set for Disneyland's 60th Diamond Celebration
by Movies News Desk - May 26, 2015

A glittering new parade, new fireworks spectacular and all-new 'World of Color' show raise the bar, once again, on creativity and entertainment technology, keeping the Disneyland Resort and its guests forever young. (more...)

BWW Interview: Tony Yazbeck Reflects on His History with GYPSY- 'I Never Wanted It to End'BWW Interview: Tony Yazbeck Reflects on His History with GYPSY- 'I Never Wanted It to End'
by Richard Ridge - May 22, 2015

Richard Ridge of 'Backstage with Richard Ridge' recently sat down with 2015 Tony nominee for On The Town, Tony Yazbeck, to discuss how things are going at the Lyric Theatre, what playing this role means to him, and so much more! Check out a sneak peek of the interview below in which Yazbeck discuss his history with GYPSY. Check back Saturday morning to watch the full interview! (more...)

Review Roundup: 1982's Horror Film POLTERGEIST Gets a RebootReview Roundup: 1982's Horror Film POLTERGEIST Gets a Reboot
by Movies News Desk - May 22, 2015

The classic 1982 film POLTERGEIST has been reimagined and contemporized for a 2015 audience by director Gil Kenan. (more...)

Freda Payne to Perform at Yoshi's in Oakland This WeekendFreda Payne to Perform at Yoshi's in Oakland This Weekend
by BWW News Desk - May 21, 2015

FREDA PAYNE is a Detroit native who never realized her talents until the early age of twelve. Her piano teacher discovered her singing ability and from that point on Freda was singing for local affairs around Detroit and even entered talent contest on local TV as well as the national TV show, Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour. (more...)

Remembering The Grace and Talent of ARITA TRAHANRemembering The Grace and Talent of ARITA TRAHAN
by Jeffrey Ellis - May 19, 2015

Despite knowing that the time would come, I am still staggered by the news of Arita Trahan's passing last weekend. Although she had moved from Nashville some years back - living in Los Angeles and Philadelphia after leaving Tennessee - she always remained a member of our theater family, one of the leading lights among the scores of talented people who have called our city home over the years. (more...)

Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj Top 2015 BET AWARD Nominees; Full List!Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj Top 2015 BET AWARD Nominees; Full List!
by TV News Desk - May 18, 2015

The show, which celebrates the biggest names in hip hop and more, will air on June 28th on BET. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Elliot Goldenthal - A Composer Grows in BrooklynBWW Interviews: Elliot Goldenthal - A Composer Grows in Brooklyn
by Erica Miner - May 18, 2015

Nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in classical music, he has won Oscar, Golden Globe and World Soundtrack Awards (more...)

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by BWW News Desk - May 17, 2015

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NBC UNIVERSO Announces Highlights of Its Upcoming Sports & Entertainment Lineup at 2015 UpfrontNBC UNIVERSO Announces Highlights of Its Upcoming Sports & Entertainment Lineup at 2015 Upfront
by BWW News Desk - May 13, 2015

NBC UNIVERSO, the modern sports and entertainment cable channel for Latinos, is announcing the network's 2015-16 programming highlights, which were unveiled tonight at NBCUniversal Hispanic Group's annual Upfront presentation at New York's Frederick P. Rose Hall. (more...)

Kind LED Grow Lights Now Being Used in Vertical Farming Applications for the First TimeKind LED Grow Lights Now Being Used in Vertical Farming Applications for the First Time
by BWW News Desk - May 12, 2015

In many places around the world, space is very limited, and those are precisely the conditions in which food prices are highest. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Ten Thousand Things Delights with FORGET ME NOT WHEN FAR AWAY, a New Play about Coming HomeBWW Reviews: Ten Thousand Things Delights with FORGET ME NOT WHEN FAR AWAY, a New Play about Coming Home
by Jill Schafer - May 11, 2015

?The village of Farmingtown has been devoid of men for so long that when one returns from the far away and long-lasting war, the first woman he meets rushes up to him and inhales him deeply. This hilarious and oddly touching moment at the beginning of Kira Obolensky's new play FORGET ME NOT WHEN FAR AWAY sets the tone for this playful and poignant fairy tale about a soldier returning to a home he once knew. Ten Thousand Things has been on the road with the show for a few weeks, performing at correctional facilities, community centers, and other unlikely venues. As director Michelle Hensley said in her introduction of the show, the fact that this play has resonated with such diverse audiences in different ways is a credit to the skills of the playwright, who has created a world outside of time and space that somehow feels familiar and relatable to everyone. This world is brought to life in the beautifully sparse way that only Ten Thousand Things can do, with a brilliant cast of six performing in a fully lit room in a space so small that they literally trip over the audience. The fanciful story is grounded in truth and made to feel very real by the universality of the story, the charming accessibility of the language, the up-close-and-personal performances by the actors in whom you can feel every nuance of every emotion through a look in the eyes, the twinge of a facial muscle, or a subtle movement of the body. Ten Thousand Things harnesses the magic of theater in its most basic form like no other company can. (more...)

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by BWW News Desk - May 11, 2015

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Samsung Announces National Winner of the Climate Superstars ChallengeSamsung Announces National Winner of the Climate Superstars Challenge
by BWW News Desk - Jun 9, 2015

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Mon Cherie Entertainment Presents the Burlesque Musical 'Stars and Strips!', 7/10-11Mon Cherie Entertainment Presents the Burlesque Musical 'Stars and Strips!', 7/10-11
by BWW News Desk - Jun 8, 2015

Mon Cherie Entertainment presents Stars and Strips!, July 10th -11th, 2015 at The Garden Theater, 1187 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio 43201.  The show begins at 8pm. Tickets: $15 General Admission; $25 VIP Reserved Seatsl (more...)

The Family Crest to Hit the Road 6/26 to Support New Album BENEATH THE BRINEThe Family Crest to Hit the Road 6/26 to Support New Album BENEATH THE BRINE
by BWW News Desk - Jun 8, 2015

Following a series of sold-out winter shows and festival dates, San Francisco's The Family Crest hits the road June 26 on a headline tour in support of their highly acclaimed album, Beneath the Brine (out now on Tender Loving Empire), which caused Paste to name them one of 'The 20 Best New Bands of 2014' and NPR Music to include the title track in its 'Favorite Songs Of 2014' raving, '[The song] builds to a feverish and astonishing vocal performance by Liam McCormick. There's so much power and talent in this young band.' Tour stops include a set at Outside Lands and major markets across North America-see below for full itinerary. (more...)

HomeThangs.com Has Introduced a Guide to Modern LED Waterfall FaucetsHomeThangs.com Has Introduced a Guide to Modern LED Waterfall Faucets
by BWW News Desk - Jun 8, 2015

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BWW Reviews:  John Logan's RED at American StageBWW Reviews: John Logan's RED at American Stage
by Peter Nason - Jun 7, 2015

Extremely strong production of the Tony Award winning play about Abstract-Expressionist Mark Rothko that will be discussed long after you drive away from your parking space. (more...)

Tucson Actor Stabbed Accidentally During Local PerformanceTucson Actor Stabbed Accidentally During Local Performance
by BWW News Desk - Jun 5, 2015

According to tuscon.com an actor was accidentally stabbed during a local production. The Actor KEN BEIDER is recovering after an accidental stabbing during a performance of Gavin Kayner's THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS at the Temple of Music and Art's Cabaret Theatre. (more...)

Dada Life Release New Documentary, New Single and More!Dada Life Release New Documentary, New Single and More!
by BWW News Desk - Jun 5, 2015

In a huge week of news from Sweden's Dada Life, the pair bring you four massive announcements: their new single 'One Last Night On Earth' streaming exclusively on Spotify; the full line-up of The Voyage 2015; one of the biggest competition prizes ever in the history of Dada Land; and an amazing new documentary live now on YouTube. (more...)

CMT To Premiere RAINEY QUALLEY VideoCMT To Premiere RAINEY QUALLEY Video
by BWW News Desk - Jun 30, 2015

Cingle Records' flagship artist Rainey Qualley turned heads with her 'Turn Me On Like The Radio' music video, and CMT is now set for a worldwide premiere of her latest visual offering, 'Me And Johnny Cash,' across multiple platforms beginning Wednesday, July 1, 2015. (more...)

6th Man Collective's MONDAY NIGHTS to Open 7/13 at The Theatre Centre6th Man Collective's MONDAY NIGHTS to Open 7/13 at The Theatre Centre
by BWW News Desk - Jun 30, 2015

The opening night performance of 6th Man Collective's Monday Nights is slated for Monday, July 13 at 8 p.m. at The Theatre Centre (1115 Queen St. W.). (more...)

'NIGHTJARS', ROTTERDAM and More Set for Theatre503's Autumn 2015 Season'NIGHTJARS', ROTTERDAM and More Set for Theatre503's Autumn 2015 Season
by BWW News Desk - Jun 3, 2015

Following their critically-acclaimed and diverse spring programme of new writing which included the much-lauded WINK and Sense of an Ending, Theatre503's autumn season stages four hugely diverse new plays. As well as supporting new writers, Jon Brittain is also welcomed back to Theatre503 after the success of Margaret Thatcher: Queen of Soho. Plus, back by popular demand, Sleeping Trees will mark the end of the season and their residency at Theatre503 with a festive treat. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Puccini's LA RONDINE is a Winner at Opera Theatre of St. LouisBWW Reviews: Puccini's LA RONDINE is a Winner at Opera Theatre of St. Louis
by Steve Callahan - Jun 3, 2015

A rare Puccini receives a lovely production: 'La rondine' at Opera Theatre of St. Louis (more...)

Retail Banks to Spend $16.6 Billion on Digital Transformation Initiatives in 2015, According to IDC Financial InsightsRetail Banks to Spend $16.6 Billion on Digital Transformation Initiatives in 2015, According to IDC Financial Insights
by BWW News Desk - Jun 29, 2015

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Gift Theatre Welcomes Nine New Ensemble MembersGift Theatre Welcomes Nine New Ensemble Members
by BWW News Desk - Jun 29, 2015

The Gift Theatre's artistic director Michael Patrick Thornton, co-founder William Nedved and associate artistic director Paul D'Addario are proud to announce nine artists have joined the company ensemble: playwrights Will Eno and Laura Marks; directors Marti Lyons and Erica Weiss; and actors Cyd Blakewell, Darci Nalepa, Keith Neagle, Mary Ann Thebus, and Kyle Zornes. Conceived in 1997 by Michael Patrick Thornton and William Nedved, The Gift's mission was to grow and nurture an ensemble while laying roots in an artistically underserved Chicago neighborhood. Today, The Gift Theatre thrives in Jefferson Park as Chicago's most intimate Equity theater and is home to a nationally respected acting ensemble. (more...)

Exclusive: Moments in the Woods- Inside the INTO THE WOODS Original Cast Reunion at BAMExclusive: Moments in the Woods- Inside the INTO THE WOODS Original Cast Reunion at BAM
by Randy Rainbow - Jun 29, 2015

Can you believe it's been almost 28 years since the original production of Into the Woods opened on Broadway? Seems like only yesterday my mother was dragging a 6-year-old me, literally kicking and screaming, from below the marquee of the Martin Beck Theatre (now the Al Hirschfeld) to the Winter Garden Theatre where Cats was playing. (I wanted desperately to see Into the Woods, but a family 'friend' told my parents that Cats would be more appropriate for my age group. Thanks for ruining my life, lady.) In the right light, you can still to this day see my claw marks scraped along 45th Street. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Take a Swim With Ariel in THE LITTLE MERMAIDBWW Reviews: Take a Swim With Ariel in THE LITTLE MERMAID
by Amanda Finn - Jun 27, 2015

One little swish of her tail and they were smitten. The girls who grew up admiring Ariel and humming her tunes can now have the same giddy feeling they used to get when that well-worn VHS slid into the machine. With the incomparable success of The Lion King, Disney set out to create its fair share of Broadway blockbusters. The Little Mermaid had a short lived run on the Great White Way, but that hasn't stopped other companies from having their go at a show with a lot to give. (more...)

Destination America to Present Inaugural 'Red, White and You Week!'Destination America to Present Inaugural 'Red, White and You Week!'
by TV News Desk - Jun 26, 2015

With a few days before Destination America's inaugural Red, White and You, the network that brings you all-American entertainment is stacking the national holiday week with all-American themed programming each night of the week with RED, WHITE AND YOU WEEK! (more...)

Season Two of HE'S WITH ME Slated for Summer ReleaseSeason Two of HE'S WITH ME Slated for Summer Release
by TV News Desk - Jun 26, 2015

Monday Morning Productions in association with Actorman Entertainment is announcing the debut of the second season of its original series “He's With Me” this summer. New episodes will be debuted at www.heswithme.tv and on the “He's With Me” YouTube Channel (youtube.com/user/HWMtheseries) beginning Monday, June 29th, with episodes running throughout August. (more...)

BWW Reviews: The Academy of Performing Arts' SWEET CHARITYBWW Reviews: The Academy of Performing Arts' SWEET CHARITY
by Kristen Morale - Jun 26, 2015

When I sit down to write a review of a show I've recently seen, I am more often than not tempted to write about the profound storyline of that show, or perhaps the added depth a playwright might add to his plot to make it rather abstract and therefore open to mass interpretation by audiences. I confess that I am drawn to dramatic stories that usually whose characters usually have a lesson to learn towards their respective ends. In saying this, watching The Academy of Performing Arts' production of Sweet Charity can be described as a rarity - not only in terms of its plot, but also how Director Peter Earle presented his vision of this musical to a Cape Cod audience. It is simple and innocent (a word used fairly often to describe the title character), and to keep that simplicity of heart in a character that is perpetually bursting with energy and spirit, who is profound in her own right and becomes her own inextinguishable falling star, is as difficult to put on stage as it is riveting for audiences to behold. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Sarah Smith Talks MAMMA MIA!BWW Interviews: Sarah Smith Talks MAMMA MIA!
by Linda Ann Watt - Jun 26, 2015

That is the joy of this show. It's a party with the most fun onstage! (more...)

The Arundel Barn Playhouse to Present THE ADDAMS FAMILY Next MonthThe Arundel Barn Playhouse to Present THE ADDAMS FAMILY Next Month
by BWW News Desk - Jun 25, 2015

Do your parents tango and sword fight? Can your uncle electrify lightbulbs just by touch? Does your grandmother peddle potions? You might just be an Addams. Welcome to the darkly delirious world of Gomez, Morticia, Uncle Fester, Grandma, Wednesday, Pugsley, and, of course, Lurch. The Addams Family turns the concept of the ideal American family on its head in The Arundel Barn Playhouse production of The Addams Family. (more...)

BWW Reviews: The Art of War Found In AN ILIADBWW Reviews: The Art of War Found In AN ILIAD
by Amanda Finn - Jun 23, 2015

When The Lights went out, there was no sound.  No applause, no cheering, and no uncomfortable laughing. Jim DeVita had silenced the audience in the Touchstone Theatre. That is the power of Lisa Peterson and Denis O'Hare's An Iliad. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Aiden Leslie Talks Live Out Loud, NYC Pride, and His MusicBWW Interviews: Aiden Leslie Talks Live Out Loud, NYC Pride, and His Music
by David Clarke - Jun 21, 2015

It's summer, which means its time to turn the radios up, dance in the streets, soak up the sun, and enjoy life's journey. That's exactly what New Yorker by way of Ohio Aiden Leslie is doing. With his music climbing the charts, I recently sat down with the popular pop vocalist to chat about his music and LGBTQ advocacy. Aiden Leslie will have a busy NYC Pride Week, and plans to be spreading his dance inducing beats all summer long. (more...)

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by BWW News Desk - Jun 2, 2015

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BWW Reviews: EMMELINE Will Wring Your Heart at Opera Theatre of St. LouisBWW Reviews: EMMELINE Will Wring Your Heart at Opera Theatre of St. Louis
by Steve Callahan - Jun 17, 2015

This review was first published by KDHX 88-1 St. Louis. Opera Theatre of St. Louis has opened a very fine production of 'Emmeline,' by Tobias Picker, with libretto by J. D. McClatchy. This remarkable piece premiered at the Santa Fe Opera in 1996 to great praise. It was done at the New York City Opera in '98 (with much the same cast)—again to considerable praise. It was deemed one of the great modern operas. Except for two 'reduced version' productions the work lay fallow until this full-scale revival by Opera Theatre of St. Louis. (more...)

BWW Reviews: WEST SIDE STORY Gets a Reboot at the Ziegfeld TheaterBWW Reviews: WEST SIDE STORY Gets a Reboot at the Ziegfeld Theater
by Rob Myers - Jun 15, 2015

If your favorite musical ever had a favorite musical it would always inarguably be WEST SIDE STORY! With the book written by Arthur Laurents, original music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by the masterful Stephen Sondheim, and the entire original production directed and choreographed by the incomparable Jerome Robbins, I don't even have to tell you how meteoric and magical this musical was and still is. (more...)

BWW Reviews: CHARLOTTE SQUAWKS: THE 11TH GLOWERBWW Reviews: CHARLOTTE SQUAWKS: THE 11TH GLOWER
by Quinn Austin - Jun 15, 2015

If you want to see a great show with the humor of SNL on a stage in Charlotte, CHARLOTTE SQUAWKS is it! (more...)

BWW Interviews: FULL MONTY Team Lets It Go!BWW Interviews: FULL MONTY Team Lets It Go!
by Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold - Jun 12, 2015

In a lively, funny, often piquant conversation cast and creative team members from Maine State Music Theatre's The Full Monty convened on June 10 to talk with Broadway World in the first of this summer's highly successful talkback series, A Peek Behind the Curtain. The audience was delighted to have the opportunity to meet director, Donna Drake, stars Peter Matthew Smith, Amanda Rose, MSMT Artistic Director Curt Dale Clark and Outreach Sales Manager Katie White. The discussion focused on the show's appeal, its message, and, of course, on the show stopping strip finale. (more...)

City Theatre's 20th Annual SUMMER SHORTS Opens This Week at Adrienne Arsht CenterCity Theatre's 20th Annual SUMMER SHORTS Opens This Week at Adrienne Arsht Center
by BWW News Desk - Jun 1, 2015

City Theatre and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County invite audiences to celebrate 20 years of the SUMMER SHORTS FESTIVAL from June 4 - June 28, 2015 at the Carnival Studio Theater (Ziff Ballet Opera House). (more...)

BWW Reviews: Life Lessons from Car Radio Classics Provide CHRISTY FRYE With a Winning Debut Show at Don't Tell MamaBWW Reviews: Life Lessons from Car Radio Classics Provide CHRISTY FRYE With a Winning Debut Show at Don't Tell Mama
by Billie Roe - Jun 1, 2015

One of the joys of reviewing cabaret is being fortunate enough to discover a remarkable talent. I experienced that feeling this past Saturday night at Don't Tell Mama where Christy Frye debuted her New York cabaret show, Christy Frye: Feels Like the First Time – Things I Learned From the Car Radio. Considering Frye is native of the Washington, D.C. area, and has been commuting weekly to New York for more than two years to study and participate in the New York cabaret scene, one might get the impression that Frye spends a good deal of her time in the car listening to the “oldies but goodies,” thereby supporting the first rule of cabaret performance--make the subject matter organic to the performer.  (more...)

Utah Shakespeare Festival's Adams Shakespearean Theatre to CloseUtah Shakespeare Festival's Adams Shakespearean Theatre to Close
by BWW News Desk - Jul 2, 2015

The Utah Shakespeare Festival says a fond farewell to the historic Adams Shakespearean Theatre at the end of this summer. Next season, 2016, will usher in a whole new audience experience at the Festival with the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Center of the Arts and the Engelstad Shakespeare Theatre. However, before The Lights dim forever in the Adams Theatre, the Festival has planned celebrative activities throughout the season. Patrons can come and experience all the magic the Adams has to offer as well as say goodbye. (more...)

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by BWW News Desk - Jul 1, 2015

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