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Mauro Fiorese's TREASURE ROOMS Exhibition to Open This Fall at Robert Mann Gallery
by BWW News Desk - Sep 8, 2016

Hidden from view, the troves of masterpieces waiting within museum archives can only be guessed at, but this fall Robert Mann Gallery is lifting the velvet rope. The gallery is pleased to announce Treasure Rooms, a body of work from Mauro Fiorese, the artist's debut exhibition in the United States. In this ongoing series Fiorese grants a glimpse into The Unseen depths of some of Italy's most prominent museums including the Uffizi Gallery and the National Gallery of Modern Art. This exhibition opens on September 8th and will be on view through October 22nd. (more...)

Bridget Canales Announces Release of THE SOUL'S ALLIANCE
by BWW News Desk - Sep 23, 2016

Bridget Canales has spent the last 20 years of her life struggling with different mental health issues. All of that changed when she had reached her awakening; she no longer sees herself as a victim. The changes in her life led her to a much better place in her mind and spirit. She became the change she wanted to see in the world. These changes inspired her to help others through her first published book, 'The Soul's Alliance' (published by Balboa Press). (more...)

L. Sheldon Oldford Releases 'Omittamus Descendam: The Biblical First Contact'
by BWW News Desk - Sep 22, 2016

L. Sheldon Oldford, author of the new book 'Omittamus Descendam: The Biblical First Contact', was born and raised in Newfoundland, Canada, and became a US citizen in October 2002. He currently has over sixteen years in law enforcement as a corrections officer, police officer and as a detective. L. Sheldon Oldford first began a career as an evangelical preacher during his young adult life and attended a Bible college in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He has been both a youth and an evangelistic pastor. He later became intrigued by the ancient astronaut theory, which caused him to examine the Bible with a more realistic and investigative view. His interest in this theory brought him to question the very character of the biblical God as it relates to today's science and technology. Currently, L. Sheldon Oldford still works as a police officer and resides in Southern Arizona with his wife, Angie, of twenty-one years. They have five children. (more...)

Michelle Damico Pens LOST AND FOUND
by BWW News Desk - Sep 20, 2016

'Lost and Found: My Journey to a Saved Soul' is a disturbing and moving true story of dark spirits taking over one couple's life and infecting everyone dear to them. 'Lost and Found: My Journey to a Saved Soul' is the creation of published author Michelle Damico, who was born and raised in Bellingham, Massachusetts, in a Christian-based home. Her mother, Shirley, worked as a CNA and her father, Dusty, was a truck driver. Michelle has an elder sister, Amy, and younger sister, Stephanie. Michelle was the first person in her family to go to college. She graduated from the New England Institute of Technology with her associate degree in Computerized Business Management. (more...)

BWW Review: DANCES PATRELLE Opens Its 26th Repertory Season with Macbeth
by Sondra Forsyth - Sep 19, 2016

Francis Patrelle, who is (remarkably!) celebrating his 45th year as a sought-after dance teacher in New York City, explains in a program note that he decided to bring back his 1995 balletic rendering of Shakespeare's Macbeth because 'the story has a lot to tell us about our own times; deep themes of power, corruption and the futility of man which continue to illuminate our existence.' (more...)

NYFW: Hundreds Of Media Outlets Attend Diversity-Enabled, Tech-Ready FTL MODA Shows, Presented By Samsung
by BWW News Desk - Sep 15, 2016

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BWW Recap: 'Miles McGrath' Incubates a Virus On THE BLACKLIST
by Marakay Rogers - Oct 7, 2016

Mr. Kaplan's alive, but for how long? The same could be asked of Alexander Kirk. And Elizabeth Keen has found her mother's diary It's a killer combination on NBC's THE BLACKLIST. (more...)

RAYCOP Purifiers Help Families Live, Sleep and Breathe Better
by BWW News Desk - Oct 4, 2016

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Tribal Planet and Cosmic Picture Announce Partnership in New 3D Film for IMAX' and Giant Screen Theaters, 'Einstein's Incredible Universe'
by BWW News Desk - Oct 26, 2016

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BWW Review: FEET OF CLAY Is A Tale Of Political Manipulation, Murder, And Self-Realisation
by Barry Lenny - Oct 23, 2016

Feet of Clay provides another thread to Sir Terry Pratchett's Discworld. (more...)

Old Sound Room and The Windmill Factory Will Bring New Rock Musical JIB to Philadelphia
by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2016

JIB, a new living film, rock show, and ghost play by Michael McQuilken (BAM, Prototype Festival, Amanda Palmer international tour) is having it's Philadelphia premiere this December at the Christ Church Neighborhood House in Old City. (more...)

Zephyr Dance Teams with Architect for VALISE 13 at Defibrillator This Fall
by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2016

Artistic Director Michelle Kranicke collaborates with architect and husband David Sundry on the world premiere of Valise 13, an interactive series of vignettes that invite audience members to forge their own paths in an exploration of movement and space, co-presented by Zephyr and Defibrillator. Performances are October 20 & 23 at 7:30 p.m. at Defibrillator Gallery, 1463 W. Chicago Ave. (more...)

BWW Review: WICKED LIT 2016 Continues to Thrill and Chill Audiences During its 8th Annual Production
by Shari Barrett - Oct 11, 2016

Each October for the past several years, I have thoroughly enjoyed welcoming the Halloween Season by attending WICKED LIT, produced by Unbound Productions at the spooky Mountain View Mausoleum & Cemetery in Altadena. This year audiences are being treated to three World Premiere short plays staged at various locations indoors and outside (yes, it is dark as you walk among the standing headstones with werewolves howling in the distance). When you arrive, you are issued a program on which there is either a red, yellow or green sticker denoting in which group you will view the three plays with a running time of almost 3 hours, including a pre-show and two intervals during which all audience members meet at Camp Mountain View, the outdoor staging area for the evening. (more...)

HEDWIG's Darren Criss Developing Musical Workplace Comedy for FOX
by TV News Desk - Nov 8, 2016

GLEE alum Darren Criss is developing a musical workplace comedy to be titled ROYALTIES for the FOX network. (more...)

BWW Review: The Power Of Pets Plays Out In SWEET PHOEBE
by Jade Kops - Nov 4, 2016

Michael Gow's one act play, SWEET PHOEBE examines a relationship precariously positioned on the edge of 'perfection' at the Old Fitz Theatre (more...)

Mason Holdings Presents HOLIDAY HOUSE: CHRISTMAS BENDS
by BWW News Desk - Nov 30, 2016

The latest theatrical experience from Mason Holdings is Holiday House: Christmas Bends, the story of an oddly ageless child who returns to the many Christmas' of her past (and includes a pre-show holiday party with glug, Christmas cookies and Santa). (more...)

Mason Holdings to Present HOLIDAY HOUSE: CHRISTMAS BENDS
by BWW News Desk - Nov 3, 2016

The latest theatrical experience from Mason Holdings is Holiday House: Christmas Bends, the story of an oddly ageless child who returns to the many Christmas' of her past (and includes a pre-show holiday party with glug, Christmas cookies and Santa). (more...)

BWW Review: THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS was Sinfully Entertaining at Seymour Centre
by Brodie Paparella - Nov 25, 2016

An affirming welcome surprise of a production, boutique and nuanced in its delivery, thoroughly charming in its concept, The Screwtape Letters is a must, especially for all lovers of clown and commedia. Director Hailey McQueen and her team have crafted here a transformation of what could be a lacklustre, perhaps even puerile submission to Sydney's scene into a genuinely entertaining and insightful show with much fortitude in its use of technique and tradition. Polished and precise, The Screwtape Letters is unlike anything Sydney has had to offer this past year. (more...)

HOLIDAY HOUSE: CHRISTMAS BENDS at Fourth Street Theatre this December
by BWW News Desk - Nov 22, 2016

The latest theatrical experience from Mason Holdings is Holiday House: Christmas Bends, the story of an oddly ageless child who returns to the many Christmas' of her past (and includes a pre-show holiday party with glug, Christmas cookies and Santa). (more...)

BWW Review: GOODBYE, CHARLIE Charms Audiences at Way Off Broadway Community Players
by Lacey Cannon Gonzales - Nov 18, 2016

Just a short drive from Austin, the Way Off Broadway Community Players have been bringing theatrical productions to the Cedar Park and Leander communities since 1997. Now in their 20th season, WOBCP prides themselves on being a place where theater lovers, both young and old and with varying experience, can have a creative home. Entering the Way Off Broadway Theater in Leander, the variety of patrons ranging from senior citizens to high school students confirms that this is truly an organization for the community. (more...)

Target Margin Theater to Stage UNSEEN O'NEILL Lab with Rarely-Seen Works
by BWW News Desk - Nov 17, 2016

As part of its 25th Anniversary Celebration, Target Margin Theater presents The Unseen O'Neill Lab. Lead artists Ann Marie Dorr, Kathleen Kennedy Tobin and Eva von Schweinitz revive some of O'Neill's known but rarely-seen works including Beyond the Horizon, Dynamo, and The Great God Brown. (more...)

Recipients Of The Inaugural MGCfutures Bursaries Announced
by BWW News Desk - Nov 17, 2016

Artistic Director of MGC, Michael Grandage today announces the recipients of the inaugural MGCfutures Bursaries awarded across a range of theatrical disciplines including directing, writing, producing, millinery, set and lighting design and performance artistry. (more...)

BWW Review: DIALOGUES DES CARMELITES at Sarasota Opera House
by Carolan Trbovich - Mar 23, 2017

Last Chance to see Dialogues des Carmelites at the Sarasota Opera House (more...)

BWW Interview: Dani Flombaum of TIGROU at Estadio Obras
by Felicitas de la Fare - Mar 22, 2017

Tigrou tells the story of a young child that gets lost in the woods. Looking for shelter for the night, he ends up in an old abandoned Castle. Tigrou´s arrival to the castle awakens The Unseen dwellers lost in time. A group of acrobats, singers and dancers bring this fascinating tale to life, and they tell the story of this little boy's journey to adulthood. (more...)

Writers Theatre presents THE MYSTERY OF LOVE & SEX
by BWW News Desk - Mar 21, 2017

Writers Theatre, under the leadership of Artistic Director Michael Halberstam and Executive Director Kathryn M. Lipuma, continues its 2016/17 season with The Mystery of Love & Sex written by Bathsheba Doran and directed by Marti Lyons. The production runs April 5 - July 2, 2017 in The Gillian Theatre, 325 Tudor Court, Glencoe. The Press Opening is Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. (more...)

GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER, FAMILIAR, THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE and More on Tap for Guthrie Theater's 2017-18 Season
by BWW News Desk - Mar 2, 2017

The Guthrie Theater today announced seven of the nine productions to be offered as part of the theater's 2017-2018 subscription season, including Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and Todd Kreidler's Guess Who's Coming to Dinner on the Wurtele Thrust Stage, and Lillian Hellman's Watch on the Rhine, Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit, Danai Gurira's Familiar, Kia Corthron's world premiere adaptation of Ibsen's An Enemy of the People and Matthew Lopez's The Legend of Georgia McBride on the McGuire Proscenium Stage. (more...)

Guest Blog: Windson Liong On Asian Representation and CHINGLISH
by Guest Blog: Windson Liong - Mar 13, 2017

I am extremely excited to be a part of the European premiere of Chinglish, because with the current political climate, a play like this that celebrates diversity is important now, more so than ever. I play the role of Bing, a translator who hardly translates, and also, Xu Geming, a judge who wants to lead the city of Guiyang to new heights. (more...)

BWW REVIEW: Grounded In A Tragic Reality, A New Confronting Production Of BLACKROCK Proves Society Has Not Progressed That Far In 28 Years
by Jade Kops - Mar 12, 2017

Nick Enright's play BLACKROCK, is given a contemporary treatment with a terrifying realism and shocking reminder that society hasn't changed. (more...)

BWW Dance Review: RIOULT DANCE NY Conjures Shades of Valiant Women
by Juan Michael Porter II - Jun 22, 2016

Mr. Rioult is a compelling storyteller. In 'Iphigenia' - which begins with a glimpse of the gruesome future - he confronts the tragedy head on by making it clear that the designated sacrifice is unaware of her fate. Watching Clytemnestra - Charis Haines, who handily walks away with the piece - batter a commanding Brian Flynn as Agamemnon reminds one that there is nothing so frightening as a mother whose child has been threatened. (more...)

BWW Interview: MSMT Panel Examines the Enduring Appeal of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF
by Carla Maria Verdino-Sllwold - Jul 28, 2016

One week into the virtually sold-out run of MSMT's Fiddler on the Roof, cast members, Bill Nolte, Susan Cella, Erick Devine, and Rachel Rhodes-Devey, together with MSMT's Managing Director Stephanie Dupal convened in the third Peek Behind the Curtain panel discussion at the Curtis Memorial Library on July 27, 2016, to examine the phenomenon of the show that continues to mesmerize audiences fifty-two years after its Broadway debut. In response to moderator Carla Maria Verdino-Sullwold's observation that Fiddler is a show which - like its characters - survives, the participants discussed their individual perspectives on the show, their characters, and the universal themes that continue to speak powerfully to audiences. (more...)

BWW Review: HISTORY LIT Presents Three Immersive Plays at Perfectly Matched Locations Around the Pasadena Museum of History
by Shari Barrett - Jul 19, 2016

When you check in for HISTORY LIST, you will receive a color-coded program which indicates the group with whom and in what order you will walk around the site to witness the plays. The entire audience returns to a central meeting point in front of the historical Fenyes Mansion, led by time period costume-matched Tour Guides who go on to appear as characters within the play at the location where they have led you. Try to stay as close to these guides as you walk with them as their comical banter is not to be missed. I truly enjoy asking them questions as we walked, knowing their improvised answers will perfectly match the characters they are playing. (more...)

Awards Morning at the 2016 National Arts Festival
by BWW News Desk - Jul 11, 2016

Outgoing National Arts Festival Artistic Director, Ismail Mahomed, was celebrated at the National Arts Festival yesterday morning, in a ceremony during which the winners of the 2016 Standard Bank Ovation Awards were revealed. (more...)

Pixar Co-Founder and President Dr. Edwin 'Ed' Catmull to Deliver Keynote at Domopalooza 2017
by BWW News Desk - Jan 25, 2017

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Seth Womack to Star as 'Leo Frank' in WaterTower Theatre's PARADE Benefit Concert
by BWW News Desk - Jan 24, 2017

WaterTower Theatre Artistic Director Joanie Schultz and Managing Director Greg Patterson today announced casting and creative team details for Parade in Concert, Directed by Kelsey Leigh Ervi, with Musical Direction by Scott A. Eckert. (more...)

Sir Jonathan Walker Pens I AM WHAT I AM
by BWW News Desk - Jan 24, 2017

Sir Jonathan Walker has completed his new book 'I AM What I AM': an enchanting study designed with instructions to show people how to excel beyond human titles and visible things. (more...)

BWW Review: Coyote Stageworks Presents a Top-Notch Production of SIX DANCE LESSONS IN SIX WEEKS
by Audrey Liebross - Feb 7, 2017

Loretta Swit, who played Hot Lips Houlihan on television's MASH, is appearing in Coyote Stageworks' SIX DANCE LESSONS IN SIX WEEKS at the Annenberg Theater, in Palm Springs. Ms. Swit and her co-star, David Engel, make up the cast of this two-person comedy. Their emotionally honest interaction and Larry Raben's top-notch direction help make this production a winner. (more...)


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BWW Review: YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN at Mile Square Theatre
by Adam Cohen - Feb 6, 2017

Mary Catherine Burke, director of Mile Square Theatre's production of 'You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown' has a stated preference for comedy with bite. In this she successfully mines Charles Shultz' Peanuts comic strip for all the inherent anxiety and wit. Her team - including the cast - create a production with bark (sorry) that captures Shultz' philosophical musings and flights of fanciful imagination. With strong bright Sunday comic, Saturday morning cartoon candy colored lighting (Elaine Wong) and a wisely kid perspective skewing set (Jen Price Fick) and musical director (Terri Gorgone) at the keys, the intrepid, peppy cast of six sings and dances their way into your hearts. They are a wily charming bunch who radiate atomic warm into a smiling audience. (more...)

Columbia Stages Presents Palina Jonsdottir's Production of BABETTE'S FEAST
by BWW News Desk - Feb 28, 2017

Columbia Stages will present Pálína Jónsdóttir's (Columbia MFA Directing Candidate 2017) production of Babette's Feast. (more...)

BWW Review: THE UNDERSTUDY, Canal Café Theatre
by Cindy Marcolina - Feb 24, 2017

Directed by Russell Lucas and brilliantly presented in the round in a room that isn't really designed for a production as such, The Understudy sees a brilliant U.K. premiere as part of Canal Cafe Theatre's American Season. (more...)

BWW Review: AN ACT OF GOD Ordains Wedolowski as Divine Vessel
by Perry Tannenbaum - Feb 2, 2017

After gracing Broadway's Studio 54 with his presence in the body of Jim Parsons, God has chosen Duke Energy Theatre at Spirit Square for his newest abode and the body of Queen City Theatre Company's Kristian Wedolowski as his instrument. David Javerbaum's AN ACT OF GOD arrives in Charlotte with new topicality, a mostly new Ten Commandments, and some rollicking alternative facts. (more...)

Utah Symphony To Honor Veterans And Military
by BWW News Desk - Feb 2, 2017

During the 2016-17 season, Utah Symphony | Utah Opera will present its annual cultural festival with an emphasis on supporting veterans and those currently serving in the military through the arts. (more...)

THE DIVINATION AGENCY Comes to The Butterfly Club
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2017

What happens after we die? Do ghosts exist? And can we talk to them? Suspend your disbelief on this dreamlike journey into the rift between the spirit world and charlatans. Written and created during an Icelandic winter under the Northern lights, The Divination Agency is a new theatre work by creative producer Bernadette Trench-Thiedeman featuring original artwork, puppetry and projected animation. (more...)

BWW Album Review: Happiness Is...YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN
by Remy Holzer - Dec 6, 2016

Whether or not you are familiar with Clark Gesner's musical YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN, you are bound to recognize Track 21 of the York Theatre Company 2016 Off-Broadway Cast Recording. The theme 'Linus and Lucy,' written by Vince Guaraldi, is a familiar tune to all who have seen the well-known animated specials featuring the Peanuts kids. There is something oddly soothing about this gentle, understated theme, with its rolling feeling of continuity paired with plinking notes of whimsy, that has become so closely associated with Charles M. Schulz's legacy of 17,897 comic strips. The YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN band played 'Linus and Lucy' as walking-out music after the show, prompting much of the audience to stay and hear it through to the end. (more...)

Hospitals Succeed in Eliminating Deadly Bedsores
by BWW News Desk - Dec 23, 2016

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BWW Review: A CHRISTMAS CAROL Sings Out at Open Stage
by Marakay Rogers - Dec 16, 2016

Stuart Landon directs perennial favorite Nick Hughes as Scrooge, in a timely adaptation of the classic story (more...)

THE DYING OF THE LIGHT to Screen at the MFAH 8/14 & 8/18
by BWW News Desk - Aug 9, 2016

Don't let the title fool you: the Museum and many venues around the globe maintain a commitment to screening films on 35mm reel-to-reel.THE DYING OF THE LIGHT explores the history and craft of motion-picture presentation through the stories of career projectionists. (more...)

Zephyr Dance Teams with Architect for VALISE 13 at Defibrillator This Fall
by BWW News Desk - Aug 29, 2016

Artistic Director Michelle Kranicke collaborates with architect and husband David Sundry on the world premiere of Valise 13, an interactive series of vignettes that invite audience members to forge their own paths in an exploration of movement and space, co-presented by Zephyr and Defibrillator. Performances are October 20 & 23 at 7:30 p.m. at Defibrillator Gallery, 1463 W. Chicago Ave. (more...)

Bang on a Can's 2016-2017 Season Announced
by BWW News Desk - Aug 25, 2016

Bang on a Can's 2016-2017 season continues the "relentlessly inventive" (New York Magazine) new music collective's mission to create an international community dedicated to innovative music, wherever it is found, with performances throughout the U.S., Canada, and Europe. (more...)

Mauro Fiorese's TREASURE ROOMS Exhibition to Open This Fall at Robert Mann Gallery
by BWW News Desk - Aug 1, 2016

Hidden from view, the troves of masterpieces waiting within museum archives can only be guessed at, but this fall Robert Mann Gallery is lifting the velvet rope. The gallery is pleased to announce Treasure Rooms, a body of work from Mauro Fiorese, the artist's debut exhibition in the United States. In this ongoing series Fiorese grants a glimpse into The Unseen depths of some of Italy's most prominent museums including the Uffizi Gallery and the National Gallery of Modern Art. This exhibition opens on September 8th and will be on view through October 22nd. (more...)

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