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BWW Reviews: ANIMAL/PEOPLE Keeps The Audience Guessing As The Lives Of Two Individuals are Exposed, Layer By Layer.BWW Reviews: ANIMAL/PEOPLE Keeps The Audience Guessing As The Lives Of Two Individuals are Exposed, Layer By Layer.
by Jade Kops - May 9, 2015

James Dalton(Director) presents Brooke Robinson's ANIMAL/PEOPLE as a rollercoaster of ideas and emotions as the stories of two people, affected by traumas that go on to haunt their lives, are pieced together. (more...)

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by BWW News Desk - May 9, 2015

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BLACKOUT03 to Tackle Gentrification in Greenpoint as Part of DUTF, 5/14BLACKOUT03 to Tackle Gentrification in Greenpoint as Part of DUTF, 5/14
by BWW News Desk - May 8, 2015

BLACKOUT03, a new play by Greenpoint resident Kate Bell, will premiere at Manhattan's HERE Arts Center for one night only on May 14th, 2015 as part of the legendary Downtown Urban Theater Festival. (more...)

LIGHTS OUT! Helps Children Go to SleepLIGHTS OUT! Helps Children Go to Sleep
by BWW News Desk - May 8, 2015

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BWW Reviews: Love Lives and Dreams Die in JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN PARIS at PICTBWW Reviews: Love Lives and Dreams Die in JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN PARIS at PICT
by Greg Kerestan - May 8, 2015

Raucous, raw and rock-inflected: you've never heard cabaret like this before. (more...)

BWW Blog: Briana Cuoco of L.A.'s AMERICAN IDIOT - Can You Hear the Sound of Hysteria?BWW Blog: Briana Cuoco of L.A.'s AMERICAN IDIOT - Can You Hear the Sound of Hysteria?
by Guest Blogger: Briana Cuoco - May 8, 2015

Guys. We're just over a week away from opening… WHAT?! The last month has gone by SO FAST. Over the last two weeks, our team has been creating our Jingletown from the ground up - literally. Most all of the graffiti are on the walls, our 7-Eleven is lit up and our beers, bongs and booze are all in their correct positions! They have built our stages and in doing so, have helped us create these characters lives. One couch serves as the best and worst times in Will's life, one mattress holds Johnny and Whatsername's entire love story, one table is Tunny's life-altering hospital bed and one town that changes completely from the beginning of the show to the end. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Jeanette Stoner Shoots for Simplicity, Doesn't LandBWW Reviews: Jeanette Stoner Shoots for Simplicity, Doesn't Land
by Lauren Wingenroth - May 7, 2015

Jeanette Stoner's aesthetic is crystal-clear. She's interested in objects, particularly large objects with interesting physical qualities, and the way that these objects relate to the human body. An admirable, though not unique area of interest for a choreographer. Unfortunately, the clarity of her aesthetic manifested itself into predictable, formulaic pieces in her program last weekend at her own Stoner Loft. (more...)

LA SOIREE Begins This Month at QPACLA SOIREE Begins This Month at QPAC
by BWW News Desk - May 7, 2015

Brisbane will come alive as LA SOIREE, the award-winning theatrical phenomenon that has won devotees around the world, kicks off tonight at the Playhouse Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) for a strictly limited season until 24 May 2015. (more...)

BWW Reviews: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - An Enchanting Love Story For All AgesBWW Reviews: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - An Enchanting Love Story For All Ages
by Jimmy Ferraro - May 7, 2015

"BEAUTY AND THE BEAST" is a musical treat for the entire family! (more...)

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by BWW News Desk - May 7, 2015

Select Marriott hotels in Philadelphia are inviting travelers to celebrate their summer holidays while saving big with a special sale. (more...)

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by BWW News Desk - May 6, 2015

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BWW Reviews: IMMEDIATE FAMILY Rises Above Sitcom at the TaperBWW Reviews: IMMEDIATE FAMILY Rises Above Sitcom at the Taper
by Don Grigware - May 5, 2015

It is rich yet rare to find a new American play that is at once terribly funny, terribly real and utterly demanding of one's attention. Immediate Family is such a play; it's fiercely original way at looking at an American black dysfunctional family is both heartwarming and completely enjoyable. In fact, I found myself looking at this black family and listening to playwright Paul Oakley Stovall's jokes about being from a black family and found myself, although white, identifying thoroughly with the issues at play. The family is black - and much of the humor is unmistakably black - but the conflicts are universal. Under Phylicia Rashad's steady hand, Immediate Family in its West Coast premiere at the Taper is one great big hit. (more...)

New Works by Duncan Sheik, Stephen Trask & More Set for Vassar's 2015 Powerhouse SeasonNew Works by Duncan Sheik, Stephen Trask & More Set for Vassar's 2015 Powerhouse Season
by BWW News Desk - May 4, 2015

Vassar and New York Stage and Film's Powerhouse Theater announces its 31st year of championing new works, with a full season of stories that take audiences from a South Sea island to center court at the US Open and beyond. (more...)

Scoop: THE BACHLORETTE *Season Premiere* on ABC - Monday, May 18, 2015Scoop: THE BACHLORETTE *Season Premiere* on ABC - Monday, May 18, 2015
by - May 4, 2015

Get all the scoop on THE BACHLORETTE *Season Premiere*, airing on ABC on Monday, May 18, 2015! (more...)

Melissa Rivers Talks Joan Rivers' Final Hours; 'Fashion Police' Controversy & MoreMelissa Rivers Talks Joan Rivers' Final Hours; 'Fashion Police' Controversy & More
by TV News Desk - May 4, 2015

Melissa Rivers sat down in an exclusive TODAY interview today, her first on television since the August 2014 death of her mother, legendary comedian Joan Rivers. (more...)

BWW Interviews: John Rubinstein of PIPPIN National Tour (and the Original Broadway Cast)BWW Interviews: John Rubinstein of PIPPIN National Tour (and the Original Broadway Cast)
by Jeffrey Karasarides - May 4, 2015

The circus is coming to the Durham Performing Arts Center from May 12th-17th in the form of the national touring production of the Tony Award-Winning revival of Pippin! In this national tour happens to be John Rubinstein, who originated the title role in the orginal Broadway production back in 1972. Now he plays Pippin's father Charlemagne, a role originated on Broadway by Eric Berry, and more recently in the 2013 Broadway revival Three-Time Tony Nominee by Terrence Mann. (more...)

Tivoli Village to Kick Off Spring Extravaganza STREETFEST, 5/16Tivoli Village to Kick Off Spring Extravaganza STREETFEST, 5/16
by BWW News Desk - May 4, 2015

On Saturday, May 16, the streets of Tivoli Village will come alive with not-to-be-missed retail promotions on vibrant on-trend apparel, one-of-a-kind gifts and more at the lifestyle destination's inaugural spring event, Streetfest. (more...)

BWW Reviews: GREATER TUNA – Still Funny After All These YearsBWW Reviews: GREATER TUNA – Still Funny After All These Years
by Frank Benge - May 3, 2015

It's been 30 years since we were first introduced to Tuna, the third smallest town in Texas, where the Lions Club is too liberal and Patsy Cline never dies. The 20 Tuna residents -- men, women, children and a dog -- are portrayed by only two performers, R. Michael Clinkscales and Will Mercer, in a hilarious look at rural Texas life. There is a universality to this script, written by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears and Ed Howard, that is the reason it has held up so beautifully over the years. This current production, staged by The Wimberley Players and directed by Aaron Johnson, is a thoroughly enjoyable evening and R. Michael Clinkscales and Will Mercer more than do justice to this Texas treasure. (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...)

La Strada Ensemble Theater to Present MURDER ON THE PARADISE LINE, by Young Local PlaywrightLa Strada Ensemble Theater to Present MURDER ON THE PARADISE LINE, by Young Local Playwright
by BWW News Desk - May 2, 2015

La Strada Ensemble Theater of Monmouth County (whose most recent festival, CHANCE, enjoyed great acclaim in Manhattan in March) is "all aboard" with their very first dinner theater experience… Murder on the Paradise Line. (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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BWW Review: THE STILL ALARM and BLACK COMEDY Share the Stage at the Morgan-Wixson TheatreBWW Review: THE STILL ALARM and BLACK COMEDY Share the Stage at the Morgan-Wixson Theatre
by Shari Barrett - May 10, 2015

Farce is a very difficult type of comedy to do well. It takes the ability of actors to present real characters in outrageously unreal situations so that we care about what happens to them. Just using over-the-top mannerisms and loud vocalizations does not accomplish this, and what you wind up seeing onstage are caricatures rather than real people who just get caught in outrageous situations beyond their control. Such is the case with the two one acts now being presented at Santa Monica's Morgan-Wixson Theatre, The Still Alarm by George S. Kaufman and Black Comedy by Peter Shaffer. (more...)

BWW Reviews: AMERICAN BUFFALO, Wyndham's Theatre, April 27 2015BWW Reviews: AMERICAN BUFFALO, Wyndham's Theatre, April 27 2015
by Gary Naylor - Apr 28, 2015

Gary Naylor sees an important work of 20th century drama delivered with great confidence by superstar actors but, ultimately, finds it just a little too bloodless for his tastes. (more...)

Chad Cramer Shares LIGHTS OUT!Chad Cramer Shares LIGHTS OUT!
by BWW News Desk - Apr 27, 2015

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BWW Reviews: ROBIN HOOD Steals HeartsBWW Reviews: ROBIN HOOD Steals Hearts
by Marietta Lunceford - Apr 27, 2015

Birmingham Children's Theatre has a knack for taking a classic story and giving it a new twist. ROBIN HOOD certainly holds true to that. Be sure to take your kids to any and all productions at BCT. (more...)

BWW Reviews: South Coast Rep Stages World Premiere of Rajiv Joseph's MR. WOLFBWW Reviews: South Coast Rep Stages World Premiere of Rajiv Joseph's MR. WOLF
by Michael L. Quintos - Apr 27, 2015

South Coast Repertory's latest offering, MR. WOLF---now on stage in Costa Mesa through May 3---is a high-quality presentation of an intriguingly audacious if not quite fully-gestated new world premiere play from Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph, the playwright behind the celebrated BENGAL TIGER AT THE BAGHDAD ZOO. In Mr. Joseph's enticing new drama, the play employs a ripped-from-the-headlines plot that feels more like a stand-alone episode of any given TV procedural drama, which, unfortunately, by their very nature leaves very little room for real character development, yet provides enough juicy (and at times soapy) melodrama to pique an interested audience. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Paying Tribute to the DEATH OF A SALESMANBWW Reviews: Paying Tribute to the DEATH OF A SALESMAN
by Amanda Finn - Apr 27, 2015

Colorful buildings cascade down the walls of the Evjue Stage at the Bartell Theatre. When The Lights are dim they appear to slowly fade into the darkness. It is only when The Lights are fully illuminating the playing space that the images are melting into nothingness. Backgrounds become distorted until The Lights dim once more. It is the darkness that creates a safe, familiar space in the world of the Loman family. (more...)

BWW Review: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF Phenomenal at Spinning Tree Theatre in Kansas CityBWW Review: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF Phenomenal at Spinning Tree Theatre in Kansas City
by Steve Wilson - Apr 26, 2015

As spectacular as The Lights of the Aurora Borealis, that is how Spinning Tree Theatre lit up the stage on opening night of Fiddler on the Roof at the Just Off Broadway Theatre. Jerry Bock wrote the music, Sheldon Harnick the lyrics, and Joseph Stein the book for Fiddler on the Roof, a musical based on Tevye and his Daughters (or Tevye the Dairyman) and others stories written by Sholem Aleichem. (more...)

High Schools Across Houston Join to Celebrate Excellence in Musical Theatre At 2015 TOMMY TUNE AWARDS - All The Winners!High Schools Across Houston Join to Celebrate Excellence in Musical Theatre At 2015 TOMMY TUNE AWARDS - All The Winners!
by Dylan Siegman - Apr 23, 2015

While the sky may have been a little cloudy, the stars were shining bright at The Hobby Center as Theatre Under The Stars (TUTS) celebrated the 13th Annual Tommy Tune Awards showcasing Houston's extraordinary and remarkable high school musical theatre talent. Sarofim Hall was practically filled to the brim, with over 400+ students, their directors and choreographers, and parents and friends. The nerves and excitement could hardly be ignored, as everyone sat in anticipation for the show to start. As Caroline Timm, Assistant Manager of PR & Marketing put it, 'this show is like the Tonys for these kids.' As The Lights went down, the entire room burst out in applause and cheers, which would stop only momentarily throughout the night. (more...)

BWW Reviews: LETTICE AND LOVAGE at Quotidian Theatre Co.BWW Reviews: LETTICE AND LOVAGE at Quotidian Theatre Co.
by Pamela Roberts - Apr 23, 2015

Why let the boring old truth stand in the way of a compelling story? Lettice Douffet lives her life by a code her flamboyant actress mother taught her: 'Enlarge! Enliven! Enlighten!' She eschews "the mere" - the regular, tedious, mundane, or mediocre in life. Lettice and Lovage contrasts dreamer and free spirit Lettice Douffet with bureaucrat Lotte Schoen, a rigid realist. Despite their differences the two find commonality and camaraderie. Quotidian Theatre - theatre dedicated to the poetry of everyday life, no-frills storytelling, and realistic situations and dialogue - brings us Peter Shaffer's witty clash of opposites ultimately finding solidarity. (more...)

California Symphony Releases Schedule of Upcoming 2015-2016 SeasonCalifornia Symphony Releases Schedule of Upcoming 2015-2016 Season
by BWW News Desk - Apr 22, 2015

WALNUT CREEK, CA (April 21, 2015) – The California Symphony, entering its third season with Music Director Donato Cabrera, is expanding its regional profile in Northern California, performing concerts in three new venues beginning in June. The orchestra, based in Walnut Creek, will perform three concerts in summer 2015 and eight concerts during its 2015-16 season, including at its home at the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek as well as at Oakland's Kaiser Center Rooftop Garden, the Napa Valley Performing Arts Center's Lincoln Theater in Yountville, and at the Concord Pavilion in Concord. The orchestra is focused on American repertoire, nurturing new American composers as part of its Young American Composer in Residence program, and bringing music to people in new and unconventional settings as well as performing the most revered core classical repertoire. In May 2016, the orchestra and guitarist Jason Vieaux perform the world premiere of the new concerto commission by Dan Visconti, current Young American Composer in Residence, in concert in Walnut Creek and Yountville. Other season highlights include an American Roots program with pianist Charlie Albright performing Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, a showcase of two California Symphony principal musicians in a little-heard R. Strauss double concerto, a rooftop outdoor performance with Postmodern Jukebox, performances of Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 and Brahms' Symphony No. 2, the orchestra's first performance accompanying the live classic film The Wizard of Oz, and holiday music with Pacific Boychoir. Season subscription ticket packages go on sale today, Tuesday, April 21, at 10 am. (more...)

BWW Reviews: GALLIM DANCE Gets WeirdBWW Reviews: GALLIM DANCE Gets Weird
by Frances Steiner - Apr 21, 2015

Gallim can be translated from Hebrew to mean "heaps." It is appropriate that a performance from Gallim Dance brings heaps of physical movements and heaps of creative thought. Gallim Dance is the brainchild Artistic Director and choreographer Andrea Miller. Miller's key innovation is remarkably imaginative movements with extreme physicality. Gallim Dance's DC premiere at The Landsburgh Theatre, co-produced by Washington Performing Arts and City Dance, thoroughly exemplified these ideas. (more...)

Meryl Streep Funds NYWIFT's Screenwriters Lab for Women WritersMeryl Streep Funds NYWIFT's Screenwriters Lab for Women Writers
by Movies News Desk - Apr 20, 2015

Oscar winner Meryl Streep has funded a screenwriters lab for women writers over the age of 40, which will be conducted by New York Women in Film and Television and IRIS, a collective of women filmmakers. (more...)

Scoop: NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM 2: BATTLE OF THE SMITHSONIAN on FOX - Friday, April 24, 2015Scoop: NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM 2: BATTLE OF THE SMITHSONIAN on FOX - Friday, April 24, 2015
by - Apr 20, 2015

Get all the scoop on NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM 2: BATTLE OF THE SMITHSONIAN, airing on FOX on Friday, April 24, 2015! (more...)

BWW Review: MARK McCOMBS Is Dazzlingly Hilarious Playing Multiple Characters In New Show at the Metropolitan RoomBWW Review: MARK McCOMBS Is Dazzlingly Hilarious Playing Multiple Characters In New Show at the Metropolitan Room
by Billie Roe - Apr 20, 2015

Mark McCombs is one of those madcap Thespians offering one of the best examples of “character work” on the current New York cabaret scene. Having studied and performed with the New York Gotham City Improv Company, it's little wonder McCombs's first solo show, Ten Jumps Ahead of a Fit, earned him a 2002 Bistro Award, while his second show, Bottomfeeders, brought him a Nightlife Award. His most recent show on April 10 at the Metropolitan Room, The Mark McCombs Progr'um, was a hilarious romp into the ridiculous world of five characters that no doubt originated from McCombs' Florida panhandle origins. (more...)

BWW Reviews: A Compelling MURDER BALLAD at Studio TheatreBWW Reviews: A Compelling MURDER BALLAD at Studio Theatre
by Ellen Burns - Apr 20, 2015

There's a full house of sexy talent holding court over at Studio Theatre these days, and it's not limited to the four actors starring in Murder Ballad, an immersive work of theater being given an impressive DC production through June (the show was produced Off Broadway by the Manhattan Theatre Club in 2012). Credit must first be given to Director David Muse, and the creative team that has transformed Stage 4 at Studio's 14th St. venue into what feels remarkably like a rock music club that's been around for decades, and surrounds you with the music and story. (more...)

THE FRIDAY FIVE: Adkins, Campbell and Pitt from THE PHILADELPHIA STORYTHE FRIDAY FIVE: Adkins, Campbell and Pitt from THE PHILADELPHIA STORY
by Jeffrey Ellis - Apr 17, 2015

Inspired by BroadwayWorld.com's Friday Six, welcome to BroadwayWorld Nashville's latest installment of The Friday Five: five questions designed to help you learn more about the talented people you'll find onstage throughout the Volunteer state. This week the spotlight shines on Maggie Pitt, Jaymes Campbell and Susan Adkins - The Philadelphis Story's Tracy Lord and C.K. Dexter Haven and the director of Lakewood Theatre's production opening in Old Hickory this weekend. (more...)

BWW Interview: 7 Fingers' Shana Carroll on the PIPPIN Circus Troupe's City Center ShowBWW Interview: 7 Fingers' Shana Carroll on the PIPPIN Circus Troupe's City Center Show
by Adrienne Onofri - Apr 17, 2015

The French-Canadian circus collective Les 7 Doigts de la Main add 'Sequence 8' to their NYC credits. (more...)

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