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BWW Review: Southern Family Drama in CRIMES OF THE HEART
by Nancy Grossman - Sep 4, 2012

Gloucester Stage Company concludes its season of plays about our need for home and community with 1981 Pulitzer Prize-winner by Beth Henley. Solid directing and strong individual performances aren't quite enough to achieve liftoff, but wit and warmth abound. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Billy Stritch Gives Us the SCOOP on the 9/23 Reunion of Montgomery, Mayes and Stritch at Birdland!
by BWW Special Coverage - Sep 20, 2013

On Monday night, September 23rd at 7pm, Broadway at Birdland will present a very unique event (just look at the picture to the left!), the return of MONTGOMERY, MAYES & STRITCH. The vocal trio starring Sharon Montgomery, Sally Mayes and Billy Stritch will reunite for one night only in a special celebration and concert, produced by Matt Berman. We checked in with Billy Stritch to get the scoop on what audiences can expect! (more...)

BWW Interviews: Kim Tobin and Philip Lehl Talk Studio 101 and Everything Stark Naked Theatre Company
by David Clarke - Sep 18, 2012

Rains are coming and going, altering the barometric pressure in the air and creating what feels like a mix between a pressure cooker and sauna. It's that time of year where summer takes it last, lingering steps before being put to bed for a handful of months in Houston. All of this occurs simultaneously with a new season of theatre dawning in the city. On a particularly humid, rainy Saturday evening, Kim Tobin and Philip Lehl, co-founders and Artistic Directors of Stark Naked Theatre Company, invited me to chat with them in their studio at Spring Street Studios. On the floor below us, Studio 101 is well on its way to be a hot locale for local theatre and the starting point for our conversation. (more...)

CNBC's Maria Bartiromo Talks with Oracle CEO Larry Ellison
by TV News Desk - Oct 3, 2012

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison sat down for a one-on-one with CNBC's MARIA BARTIROMO. Below is a transcript from the segment: (more...)

Rebeca Vallejo Mixes Up Sangria of Sound on New Album AZUCAR, CANELA
by BWW News Desk - Oct 29, 2013

But the music on her new album, Azúcar, Canela (which translates to 'sugar, cinnamon'), is like her sangria, always Spanish but open to possibilities. Vallejo began a U.S. tour October 13 at the Kennedy Center in Washington with the support of SPAIN arts & culture (www.spainculture.us). The tour ended with a New York City release party on October 27, 2013 at Drom. (more...)

Collegiate Chorale Announces Expansion of its Executive Staff: Ted Sperling & Edward Barnes
by BWW News Desk - Oct 15, 2013

The Collegiate Chorale announces the addition of two new members of the company's executive team. Ted Sperling and Edward Barnes join Music Director James Bagwell and Executive Director Jennifer Collins as Artistic Director and Producing Director, respectively, effective immediately. (more...)

Irondale's M. Edgar Rosenblum Awards Gala Set for 11/13
by BWW News Desk - Oct 12, 2012

The third annual M. Edgar Rosenblum Awards Gala will be given on November 13 to benefit the Irondale Ensemble Project at the Irondale Center, 85 South Oxford Street, in the BAM Cultural District of Fort Greene. Awards will be presented to Janis Russell, Director of the Lafayette Inspirational Ensemble and Jack Rainey, Senior Vice President of Government and Community Banking at TD Bank. The 2012 program will include performances by the Irondale Ensemble, the highly acclaimed Alexandra Beller Dances, Lafayette Inspirational Ensemble with Janis Russell and a few surprise guests. (more...)

Francesca Annis Joins Crucible's COMPANY; Set to Begin 11/29
by BWW News Desk - Nov 28, 2011

The Daily Mail today reports that Francesca Annis has been cast as Joanne in COMPANY at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield from November 29. (more...)

InDepth InterView: Lea DeLaria Talks ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK Season Two, Christmas Show, New Album & More
by Pat Cerasaro - Nov 25, 2013

Today we are talking to a terrifically talented and versatile stage and screen performer who has excelled in many arenas throughout her compellingly varied career - comedy, drama, stand-up, cabaret, jazz and beyond - the fiercely, fabulously idiosyncratic and ebulliently engaging Lea DeLaria. Espousing upon a wide range of topics and tracing her unique professional trajectory thus far, DeLaria sheds some light on a few of her most fondly remembered stage roles - revivals of THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW and ON THE TOWN on Broadway, as well as Off-Broadway turns in LITTLE FISH and PROMETHEUS BOUND included - as well as recounts her experiences participating in a handful of feature films, new and old, as well - including the recent Hallmark original movie musical DEAR DUMB DIARY. Most importantly, DeLaria recounts her experiences starring on the Netflix mega-hit series ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK and offers a glimpse of the major impact that the pop culture lynchpin has had on her own life since its 2013 debut - while also preliminarily previewing what we can expect from Season Two, too. Plus, DeLaria reflects on her recording legacy, detailing the conception and production of some choice cuts from her many arresting albums - such as 'Broadway Baby', 'The Ballad Of Sweeney Todd', 'Puff' and 'Sleigh Ride' - as well as shares first news on her new album project, highlighting the music and lyrics of David Bowie. Additionally, DeLaria teases her upcoming scandalously titled series of holiday-themed shows at NYC cabaret hotspot 54 Below occurring in late December while also offering her candid perspective on favorite Christmas tunes and the season itself. All of that, FURTHER TALES OF THE CITY memories and much more in this engaging conversation with a true Broadway and Hollywood original. (more...)

Rebeca Vallejo Mixes Up Sangria of Sound on New Album AZUCAR, CANELA; Plays Cornelia Street Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Nov 23, 2013

But the music on her new album, Azucar, Canela (which translates to 'sugar, cinnamon'), is like her sangria, always Spanish but open to possibilities. Vallejo began a U.S. tour October 13 at the Kennedy Center in Washington with the support of SPAIN arts & culture (www.spainculture.us). The tour ended with a New York City release party on October 27, 2013 at Drom. (more...)

Lynn University Hosts Jan McArt's Theatre Arts Guild Florida's NEW PLAY WORKSHOP, Beginning in January
by BWW News Desk - Nov 21, 2012

This play reading series at Lynn is being expanded into a much more ambitious program, where actual workshops will be produced that give playwrights the chance to bring in a new play and work with a cast and a director for six days - rehearsing, re-writing, rehearsing, rewriting. Then, at the end of the six days, they will present their new, polished, reworked play to the public, in performance. (more...)

BWW Interviews - ANYTHING GOES' Adam Perry Talks 'My Week With Marilyn'
by Caryn Robbins - Nov 21, 2011

In many ways, Adam Perry's life may be described as ‘surreal'. The talented performer from a small town in Tennessee is currently dancing up a storm in the Tony Award Winning revival of ANYTHING GOES. (more...)

Taylor High School Black Box Theatre Presents Lone Star and Laundry, 11/17-19
by BWW News Desk - Nov 19, 2011

Lone Star and Laundry are two complementary one-act plays written by James McLure. Though not a native Texan, McLure is known as a premier Texas playwright because he graduated from SMU's theatre department in 1973 and his best-known plays are prized for their precise capture of the feel and character of West Texas. Not to mention the great southern humor running through every page! McLure died in February of this year from cancer. He was 59. (more...)

Taylor High School Black Box Theatre Presents Lone Star and Laundry, 11/17-19
by BWW News Desk - Nov 16, 2011

Lone Star and Laundry are two complementary one-act plays written by James McLure. Though not a native Texan, McLure is known as a premier Texas playwright because he graduated from SMU's theatre department in 1973 and his best-known plays are prized for their precise capture of the feel and character of West Texas. Not to mention the great southern humor running through every page! McLure died in February of this year from cancer. He was 59. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Spotlighting Lyricist Aaron Kirk Douglas & New Musical SPACED OUT!
by Debbie Lamedman - May 29, 2012

I had the opportunity to chat with Aaron Kirk Douglas, one of three creators of the new musical SPACED OUT!: THE BEST ALIEN ABDUCTION MUSICAL IN THE UNIVERSE. The show is still a work-in-progress, but the notable creative team is busy getting the show ready for a Portland reading within the year. (more...)

BWW Preview: Surprise Visit from WAR HORSE at Texas Performing Arts
by Kathy Strain - May 2, 2013

Austin's Texas Performing Arts had a Season Preview Party on Thursday, April 25, 2013. (more...)

LOS LONELY BOYS NYC CD Release Show Set for This March
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2014

Revelation - to be released on the band's own LonelyTone imprint Jan. 21, 2014, in association with the respected Austin-based indie Playing in Traffic - is a landmark release for the siblings. (more...)

Lynn University Hosts Jan McArt's Theatre Arts Guild Florida's NEW PLAY WORKSHOP, Beginning in January
by BWW News Desk - Mar 17, 2013

This play reading series at Lynn is being expanded into a much more ambitious program, where actual workshops will be produced that give playwrights the chance to bring in a new play and work with a cast and a director for six days - rehearsing, re-writing, rehearsing, rewriting. Then, at the end of the six days, they will present their new, polished, reworked play to the public, in performance. (more...)

Nouveau Classical Project + TrioDance to Present POTENTIAL ENERGES at BAM, 5/29
by BWW News Desk - Mar 13, 2014

On Thursday, May 29 (8 pm), The Nouveau Classical Project and TrioDance Collective present the world premiere of a new modern ballet titled Potential Energies at BAM's Fisher Fishman space. The 50-minute piece, choreographed by Barbie Diewald to music by rising composer Trevor Gureckis, will be seen in a single performance. Ticket and venue information appears below. (more...)

Interview with Composer, John Kander
by Roundabout Theatre Company - Mar 10, 2014

Education Dramaturg Ted Sod met with composer John Kander to discuss his work on Cabaret. (more...)

SOUND OFF Special Interview: Leslie Uggams Talks UPTOWN / DOWNTOWN, PIPE DREAM, MILLIE & More
by Pat Cerasaro - Jun 21, 2012

Today we are talking to an iconic Tony Award-winning star who made her name as a teenager singing on TV variety shows - THE LAWRENCE WELK SHOW and SING ALONG WITH MITCH included - and then went on to a multimedia career in film and theatre, conquering Broadway with her Tony-winning turn in the Jule Styne/Arthur Laurents musical HALLELUJAH, BABY! in 1967 and returning to the stage in the subsequent decades in a host of Broadway productions, such as BLUES IN THE NIGHT, JERRY'S GIRLS, ANYTHING GOES, August Wilson's KING HEDLEY II and her celebrated Muzzy in THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE - a role she reprises in the new Muny production of the Tony Award-winning Best Musical beginning this week - the one and only Leslie Uggams. Taking a thorough look back at her career thus far, Uggams opens up about her many successes and how she has endured for fifty years in show business and shares recollections of many of her most noted co-stars and collaborators, all the way up to the recent 2012 Encores! PIPE DREAM. Additionally, Uggams comments on her film and TV appearances over the years, speaking about her work in INHERIT THE WIND, TWO WEEKS IN ANOTHER TOWN, ROOTS and beyond. Plus, she shares her candid opinions on GLEE, SMASH, Broadway then versus now, future plans for her Lena Horne solo show and thoughts on other roles she would enjoy pursuing - and much, much more! (more...)

Braveart Films Crowdfunds Movie Based on Novel CARRIE PILBY
by BWW News Desk - Jun 18, 2013

Independent Spirit Award winning producer Susan Johnson of BRAVEART FILMS will make her feature directorial debut backed by veteran producers Suzanne Farwell and Susan Cartsonis with an adaptation of critically acclaimed novel Carrie Pilby by Caren Lissner. Farwell is the long-time collaborator of Nancy Meyers and Co-Producer of SOMETHING?S GOTTA GIVE and Executive Producer of THE HOLIDAY and IT?S COMPLICATED, and Cartsonis is Producer of WHAT WOMEN WANT, WHERE THE HEART IS, AQUAMARINE, BEASTLY and Executive Producer of NO RESERVATIONS. The three filmmakers met a decade ago during the production of WHAT WOMEN WANT. The team has now launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to make the independent film in 2014. Kickstarter has become a life-saving platform for independent filmmakers, and this campaign will be Johnson?s third following two successful campaigns last year. (more...)

Don Black Speaks On STEPHEN WARD, Lloyd Webber & More
by Pat Cerasaro - Jul 23, 2013

Multi-award-winning stage and screen lyricist Don Black talks about his current collaboration with Andrew Lloyd Webber and Christopher Hampton on the new historically-based West End musical STEPHEN WARD and much more in a new interview. (more...)

The Rides to Kick Off U.S. in September
by BWW News Desk - Jul 10, 2013

The Rides is a new all-star blues-rock trio formed by legendary singer-songwriter and Buffalo Springfield/CSN/CSN&Y principal Stephen Stills, fellow guitar slinger Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and venerable Electric Flag keyboardist Barry Goldberg. The group will tour throughout September in support of its debut album, Can't Get Enough, set for release August 27 on 429 Records. The series of dates kicks off with the band filming a concert for television from New York City's iconic Iridium Jazz Club on August 28 and 29, and wraps on September 27 at the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno, NV. Highlights also include shows at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston (9/7), Theatre at Westbury in Westbury, NY (9/8), Pabst Theatre in Milwaukee, WI (9/13), ACL Live at the Moody Theatre in Austin, TX (9/21), and The Fillmore in San Francisco (9/25). (more...)

Cleis Press Releases SWIMMING INTO CLOUDS
by BWW News Desk - Jan 9, 2014

Cleis Press publishes provocative, intelligent books across genres. Whether literary fiction, human rights, mystery, romance, erotica, LGBTQ studies, sex guides, pulp fiction, or memoir, you know that if it's outside the ordinary, it's Cleis Press. Among many lesbian and feminist presses that emerged in the 1970s and 1980s, Cleis is one of the only presses that is still run by its founders, Felice Newman and Frederique Delacoste. (more...)

Start The Year Off With BANG! US 70's Proto-Metal Power Trio BANG Return
by BWW News Desk - Jan 6, 2014

Often called America's answer to Black Sabbath, one of the most unsung bands in the history of US hard rock music, BANG, is back! (more...)

INTERVIEW WITH DIRECTOR: Michael Wilson
by Roundabout Theatre Company - Jan 31, 2013

Director of Talley's Folly, Michael Wilson shares some of his insight and experience with Education Dramaturg Ted Sod. (more...)

SPOTLIGHT ON BEAUTY & THE BEAST 3D: Paige O'Hara
by Pat Cerasaro - Jan 25, 2012

Today we are talking to the titular leading lady of the Oscar-winning Disney classic BEAUTY & THE BEAST, Paige O'Hara, all about her experience acting as the voice of Belle and what it was like to be an essential element of the enormous success that the lauded family favorite has enjoyed for more than twenty years, as well as her impressions of the new 3D film experience currently in movie theaters nationwide in honor of its 20th anniversary (also available on Blu-ray in standard definition and 3D). In addition to all about her role as a Disney Legend-indoctrinated princess, O'Hara also sheds some light on her Broadway and theatre career, having starred in LES MISERABLES, OKLAHOMA!, SOUTH PACIFIC, THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD and the onstage revival and subsequent complete John McGlinn symphonic recording of SHOW BOAT. Additionally, O'Hara details her many collaborations on BEAUTY & THE BEAST, such as composers Alan Menken and lyricist Howard Ashman, in addition to previous InDepth InterView participant Angela Lansbury and this week's upcoming InDepth InterView subject - the Beast himself - Robby Benson. Plus, news on O'Hara's Judy Garland bio-musical - FROM GUMM TO GARLAND: JUDY, THE MUSICAL - and her new role as a Disney Fine Arts artist, as well as much, much more! (more...)

Magicians Showcase Their Skills During ELEPHANT ROOM at Arena Stage
by BWW News Desk - Jan 20, 2012

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater's Arlene and Robert Kogod Cradle will be transformed into a mystical place of wonder and amusement, with a dash of ridiculousness, with Elephant Room, featuring semi-pro conjurors Dennis Diamond, Daryl Hannah and Louie Magic. (more...)

Lynn University Hosts Jan McArt's Theatre Arts Guild Florida's NEW PLAY WORKSHOP, Beginning in January
by BWW News Desk - Jan 13, 2013

This play reading series at Lynn is being expanded into a much more ambitious program, where actual workshops will be produced that give playwrights the chance to bring in a new play and work with a cast and a director for six days - rehearsing, re-writing, rehearsing, rewriting. Then, at the end of the six days, they will present their new, polished, reworked play to the public, in performance. (more...)

BWW Blog: Sherz Aletaha of Off-Broadway's DISASTER! - Live Theatre Magic!
by Guest Blogger: Sherz Aletaha - Feb 7, 2014

We might have had the most entertaining performance of Disaster! yet this week, and when I say entertaining, I mean for us cast members; the audience seemed to enjoy the show but we were losing it backstage. On Tuesday nights, our curtain is usually at 7:30pm but something was wrong with the sound system so we held curtain until 8pm to give the stage management team time to fix whatever was happening (in all honesty, I have no clue what was wrong but bless our awesome sound engineer, Nissa Syverson, for dealing with the madness). (more...)

InDepth InterView Exclusive: Patti LuPone Talks FAR AWAY PLACES, 54 Below, PARKER, Broadway, Hollywood & More
by Pat Cerasaro - Feb 7, 2013

Once in a generation, if we are lucky, an extraordinary talent like no other arises - one who can ceaselessly, effortlessly caress the loftiest heights of comedy and drama onstage (and sometimes onscreen), while, simultaneously, imbuing musical theatre roles with the same skill set, plus a powerhouse, quintessentially unique and resplendent vocal instrument; and, of course, that indescribable 'it' factor, too - such is the tale of Broadway's grand dame, Patti LuPone. Ms. LuPone is a part of that great pantheon of leading ladies of lore led by Ethel Merman, Mary Martin, Angela Lansbury, Elaine Stritch and Bernadette Peters - that is, musical theatre royalty. Taking a look back at many moments in her long and varied career thus far, LuPone candidly opines about a vast array of topics and opens up about many of the remarkable figures who have played roles in her astounding time spent on Broadway, in Hollywood and on TV - among them: Stephen Sondheim, Hal Prince, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Marc Shaiman & Scott Wittman, Steven Spielberg, David Mamet, Ryan Murphy and many more. Most importantly, LuPone discusses various aspects of her ever-expanding new solo show upon which her sensational live album, FAR AWAY PLACES, is based - the songs, the stories, the themes, the collaborators and her future plans for the piece (such as her series of 54 Below shows coming up in February). Additionally, LuPone addresses appearing on GLEE, reflects on working with Jennifer Lopez and Jason Statham on PARKER, shares her thoughts on her favorite films of the year, expounds upon what roles she would like to pursue and teases about her concert with David Yazbek and the debut of her new Carnegie Hall concert as well as a return to London where she made her mark with her Olivier-winning original Fantine in LES MISERABLES - all of that and much, much more! (more...)

TEGAN AND SARA Announce Summer Tour with FUN.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 6, 2013

In support of Heartthrob, Tegan and Sara have announced a huge North American summer tour with their good friends in FUN. (more...)

BWW Interview Exclusive: The Toronto Symphony Orchestra Names Steven Reineke Principal Pops Conductor
by Kelly Cameron - Feb 23, 2012

The Toronto Symphony has an exciting 2012-2013 season lined up, with something very special for BWW readers - the addition of New York Pops music director Steven Reineke as the first ever Principal Pops Conductor at the TSO. This appointment means an increased number of the pops Pops concerts, and more Broadway themed programming as well. BWW spoke with both Steven and TSO music director Peter Oundjian about the announcement and what it means for the TSO. (more...)

The Band Perry Announces PIONEER Release, 4/2
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2013

Earlier this morning The Band Perry shared some exciting news about their highly-anticipated sophomore album. The sibling trio announced the title, PIONEER, and unveiled the album cover via social media platforms. The follow up to their PLATINUM-certified debut album is due out April 2 on Republic Nashville. See the announcement here. (more...)

Graham Fenton, Martin Kaye & Justin Mortelliti Set for BROADWAY ROCKS VEGAS, 2/24
by BWW News Desk - Feb 10, 2014

Three performers from the Strip's hottest Broadway productions will come together for the first-ever BROADWAY ROCKS VEGAS concert on Monday, Feb. 24 at 10 p.m. at Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Featuring Graham Fenton of JERSEY BOYS, Martin Kaye of MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET and Justin Mortelliti of ROCK OF AGES, BROADWAY ROCKS VEGAS will showcase the talents of these individuals and their bands for one-night-only. Tickets begin at $20 and are on sale now. They can be purchased by phone at 702-693-5000 ext. 6914, at the Vinyl box office or online at www.hardrockhotel.com. (more...)

Lynn University Hosts Jan McArt's Theatre Arts Guild Florida's NEW PLAY WORKSHOP, Beginning in January
by BWW News Desk - Feb 10, 2013

This play reading series at Lynn is being expanded into a much more ambitious program, where actual workshops will be produced that give playwrights the chance to bring in a new play and work with a cast and a director for six days - rehearsing, re-writing, rehearsing, rewriting. Then, at the end of the six days, they will present their new, polished, reworked play to the public, in performance. (more...)

Fellowes, Stiles and Drewe to Write Musical of THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS
by BWW - Dec 9, 2011

Today producer Jamie Hendry announced plans to stage a brand new musical theatre adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's classic novel The Wind in the Willows in London. Julian Fellowes is writing the new book and reunites with composer and lyricist duo George Stiles and Anthony Drewe. The three first collaborated on Disney and Cameron Mackintosh's hit musical Mary Poppins which ran for three years in the West End and has been playing on Broadway since 2006. (more...)

Broken Watch Theatre Co Announces Sex Good; Money Bad
by BWW News Desk - Dec 8, 2011

Broken Watch Theatre Company (Drew DeCorleto, Artistic Director) will present Sex Good; Money Bad, two one-act's by Michael Weller, directed by Tony Speciale and Drew DeCorleto. (more...)

Broken Watch Theatre Co Announces Sex Good; Money Bad
by BWW News Desk - Dec 6, 2011

Broken Watch Theatre Company (Drew DeCorleto, Artistic Director) will present Sex Good; Money Bad, two one-act's by Michael Weller, directed by Tony Speciale and Drew DeCorleto. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Sharon Isbin, Guitar Great Returns to New York
by Peter Danish - Dec 4, 2013

On Saturday, December 14th, 2013 at 8PM, GRAMMY Award-winning guitarist Sharon Isbin returns to the 92nd St. Y for a solo recital. The concert celebrates her 35th anniversary of her New York Debut (at Alice Tully Hall in 1979), the 25th anniversary of The Juilliard School guitar department (which Sharon Isbin created in 1989, the first in the institution's 100-year history), and honors the 100th birthday on this date of her mentor Rosalyn Tureck, as well as the centenary of Benjamin Britten. (more...)

ESPN's John Kruk to Join SUNDAY NIGHT BASEBALL
by TV News Desk - Dec 3, 2012

ESPN's John Kruk will join SUNDAY NIGHT BASEBALL - the exclusive national Major League Baseball game of the week - as an analyst beginning in the 2013 season. (more...)

Magicians Showcase Their Skills During ELEPHANT ROOM at Arena Stage
by BWW News Desk - Dec 16, 2011

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater's Arlene and Robert Kogod Cradle will be transformed into a mystical place of wonder and amusement, with a dash of ridiculousness, with Elephant Room, featuring semi-pro conjurors Dennis Diamond, Daryl Hannah and Louie Magic. (more...)

THE BAND PERRY Announce 'We Are Pioneers' World Tour
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2013

Award-winning family trio The Band Perry today announced the WE ARE PIONEERS WORLD TOUR, their first worldwide headline arena tour in support of their heralded album, PIONEER. (more...)

Pacifika to Release New Album on 5/6
by BWW News Desk - Apr 9, 2014

Timing is everything. When you're in no hurry, with no expectations or outside pressure, the process of creation seems natural. This was the case in the making of global fusion outfit Pacifika's third album, Amor Planeta. The Vancouver-based trio of vocalist Silvana Kane, guitarist Adam Popowitz and bassist Toby Peter has never sounded more at home with the world. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Keith Urban Talks Season XIII of AMERICAN IDOL
by Caryn Robbins - Apr 7, 2014

Today, the country music star spoke with the press about the singing competition's current season, his fellow judges, Harry Connick Jr. and Jennifer Lopez and who he believes may be the current frontrunner! (more...)

InDepth InterView: Alison Fraser Talks LOVE THERAPY, Plus FALSETTOS, SECRET GARDEN, GYPSY, Web Series, Upcoming Solo Shows & More
by Pat Cerasaro - Apr 27, 2013

Today we are talking to a versatile stage and screen actress who has scored in a number of unique roles on Broadway and around the country in addition to making a recent mark with her work on the Broadway-themed web series IT COULD BE WORSE - the passionate and compelling Alison Fraser. Discussing her vast resume and some of her most fondly remembered performances to date, Fraser opens up about her remarkable career thus far - including her work originating parts in IN TROUSERS, MARCH OF THE FALSETTOS, THE SECRET GARDEN, ROMANCE/ROMANCE, GUNMETAL BLUES, THE DIVINE SISTER and more - and looks ahead to her most recent projects, current, upcoming and beyond. Most importantly, Fraser details the finer points of LOVE THERAPY, the new Wendy Beckett play she stars in Off-Broadway and outlines her continuing collaboration onstage with the playwright, having previously starred in CHARITY CASE, as well as what we can expect from the realistic new drama, opening April 29. Additionally, Fraser sheds some light on her recent work in the world premiere of the Tennessee Williams play IN MASKS OUTRAGEOUS AND AUSTERE and how that led to her new solo revue, THE TENNESSEE WILLIAMS SONGBOOK. Plus, memories of appearing in GYPSY on Broadway with Patti LuPone and working with Arthur Laurents on that as well as his own final play, cameoing on SMASH, reflections on her memorable musical partnerships with husband Rusty Magee and noted FALSETTOS songwriter William Finn, as well as thoughts on the contemporary theatre scene and her various theatre-related web projects, favorite recent shows and much, much more! (more...)

Tucker Reed, Sidney E. Cohn and Velmanette Montgomery to Be Honored at 2014 M. Edgar Rosenblum Awards, 11/15
by BWW News Desk - Apr 22, 2014

The fourth annual M. Edgar Rosenblum Awards will be given at a ceremony on November 15, during a benefit for the Irondale Ensemble Project at the Irondale Center, 85 South Oxford Street, in the BAM Cultural District of Fort Greene. Awards will be presented to Tucker Reed, President of the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, Marvin Carlson, Sidney E. Cohn Professor of Theatre, Graduate Center, CUNY, and New York State Senator Velmanette Montgomery. The event will be co-chaired by David Lombino, Director of Special Projects at Two Trees Management Company and Joseph Roach, Sterling Professor of Theater, Yale University. (more...)

Lynn University Hosts Jan McArt's Theatre Arts Guild Florida's NEW PLAY WORKSHOP, Beginning in January
by BWW News Desk - Apr 21, 2013

This play reading series at Lynn is being expanded into a much more ambitious program, where actual workshops will be produced that give playwrights the chance to bring in a new play and work with a cast and a director for six days - rehearsing, re-writing, rehearsing, rewriting. Then, at the end of the six days, they will present their new, polished, reworked play to the public, in performance. (more...)

The Band Perry Releases PIONEER Today
by BWW News Desk - Apr 2, 2013

The Band Perry's highly-anticipated sophomore album PIONEER, the follow up to their PLATINUM-certified debut album, is due out today, April 2 on Republic Nashville. (more...)

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