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BWW Review: Tori Scott Provides Post-Election Catharsis in SEEING DOUBLE at Joe's Pub
by Troy Frisby - Nov 30, 2016

Early on in Tori Scott's SEEING DOUBLE, The Woman of the hour deadpanned, 'I've been in a rut since birth.' If that's the case, we should all be so lucky. But on the subject of things that could be going better, throughout Scott's performance at Joe's Pub on November 13, the unofficial theme of the night was, 'Could this year get any worse?' With the election still looming large, Scott took the stage, explaining she'd been looking forward to the show because she was in need of some attention, before adding, 'Then Tuesday happened and I needed group therapy.' (more...)

New 2nd Edition Paperback of G.W. Mullins's 'Walking With Spirits' is Released
by BWW News Desk - Nov 30, 2016

Native Americans used their stories to teach the children the traditions of their grandfathers. It was in this way that local customs were passed down and lessons were taught about how to live off the land and track animals. It was with stories they learned to grow crops and thrive in their natural environment. Included in this book are a large collection of legends featuring: Anywhere is the Center of the World, Native American Blessing, Origin of the Pleiades, The Woman Who Fell from the Sky, The Jicarilla Genesis, Grandmother Spider Steals the Fire, White Bead Woman, The Origin of Corn, Origin of Corn II, The Hunter and Selu, Paíyatuma and the Maidens of the Corn, Myth of the White Buffalo Woman, The Great Spirit Names the Animal People: How Coyote Came by his Powers, Manabozho and the 'Hell-Diver', Wakdjunkaga, Trickster, The Origin of Eternal Death, How Coyote Stole Fire, The Lame Warrior, The Stone Boy, First Creator and Lone Man Version 1, Crow Necklace And His Medicine Ceremony, The Story of Hungry Wolf, Origin of the Sweat Lodge, Origin Of The Medicine Lodge, Inuit Story Of The Northern Lights and many more. This book also looks back at the Native American people's personal stories in their own words, with quotes spanning across history. Rounding out this book is a collection of Native American songs, poems and prayers. For further information, on his writing visit G.W. Mullins' web site at http://gwmullins.wixsite.com/officialsite/walking-with-spirits. For information on the art of C.L. Hause visit his web site at http://clarencehause.wix.com/homepage G.W. Mullins is a Native American of Cherokee decent. He has been a published author for several years releasing several titles that are based in Native American history and folklore. He recently released book one in his From The Dead Of Night Series, the best-selling novel Daniel Is Waiting, which is available on Amazon.com, Kobo, Google Book Store, Books-A-Million, Barnes and Noble and other book sellers worldwide. C.L. Hause is an award winning artist who possesses a Bachelor Of Arts Degree specializing in Studio Art. He was the winner of the 2013 Johnny Hart Memorial Award as well of several others. He has always been inspired by nature, primitive and Native American design. He is currently finishing his MFA Degree in New York City. (more...)

Vera Pascual Releases HE LOVED ME FIRST
by BWW News Desk - Nov 30, 2016

'He Loved Me First': a genuinely told love story of an unlikely pair as The Woman of one man's dreams succumbs to his sweet gestures. 'He Loved Me First' is the creation of published author Vera Pascual, dedicated writer and author. (more...)

Pitbull's Third Fragrance Line Is His Most Personal, Inspired by His Heritage
by BWW News Desk - Nov 30, 2016

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BWW Interview: Molly Ann Cunningham And Talia Asseraf of HAMLET at Curtain Call Youth Theatre
by Cary Ginell - Nov 30, 2016

The idea of a woman playing the lead in Shakespeare's Hamlet is not a new one. The first female Hamlet, Elizabeth Powell, performed the role at London's Drury Lane Theatre in 1796 and by 1820, the first American 'Hamlette,' Sarah Bartley, played it at the Park Theatre in New York. (more...)

Weston Announces 2017 Summer Season
by BWW News Desk - Nov 29, 2016

Vermont's award-winning Weston Playhouse Theatre Company announces a blockbuster line-up for its 81st summer season, continuing its tradition of "celebrating the classics and nurturing the new."  Highlights include a 4-play MainStage season of Tony Award winners, 3 prestigious Vermont Premieres, and the long-awaited opening of its new second stage. (more...)

'The Grizzly Bear's Eyelash' Shares Effects of Traumatic Events on a Family
by BWW News Desk - Nov 29, 2016

The physical wounds are the easy ones, often simple to diagnose and treat. It's the injuries that plague the mind that are more difficult to mend, because their effects reverberate throughout a household, touching more than just one individual. T. Jacira Paolino has penned an inspirational fable highlighting the effects a traumatic event has on an individual and their family in 'The Grizzly Bear's Eyelash.' (more...)

Showtime to Premiere RUNNING FOR HIS LIFE: THE LAWRENCE PHILLIPS STORY, 12/16
by TV News Desk - Nov 28, 2016

RUNNING FOR HIS LIFE: The Lawrence Phillips Story, a powerful documentary examining the cycle of domestic violence that plagued two-time NCAA Division I college football champion Lawrence Phillips and the personal demons that led to his death in January, will premiere on Friday, Dec. 16 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME. (more...)

Alison Vesely of First Folio Theatre Dies at the Age of 59
by BWW News Desk - Nov 28, 2016

Alison C. Vesely, Artistic Director and Co-Founder of First Folio Theatre, passed away Friday at the age of 59 of ovarian cancer. (more...)

Cast Announced for ATC/Orange Tree Theatre's WINTER SOLSTICE
by BWW News Desk - Nov 28, 2016

The cast for Winter Solstice, which receives its English Language premiere at the Orange Tree Theatre in early 2017, has been announced. (more...)

A Woman's Afterlife: Gender Transformation in Ancient Egypt Opens At Brooklyn Museum, 12/15
by BWW News Desk - Nov 25, 2016

The ancient Egyptians believed that to make rebirth possible for a deceased woman, she briefly had to turn into a man. In A Woman's Afterlife: Gender Transformation in Ancient Egypt, the Brooklyn Museum presents new research--- inspired in part by feminist scholarship--- to tell this remarkable story of gender transformation in the ancient world. (more...)

BWW Review: THE ILLUSIONISTS LIVE FROM BROADWAY at The Overture Center
by Scott Rawson - Nov 25, 2016

  As a haze envelopes, The Overture Center for the Arts a drum beat begins, followed shortly by screaming electric guitar licks. The energy in the theater is palpable as dancers move and gyrate across the stage. A curtain drops over a cage suspended far above the stage and nearly immediately falls away to reveal…The Illusionists! (more...)

Theatre Royal Stratford East Announces New 2017 Season
by BWW News Desk - Nov 24, 2016

With Sinbad the Sailor opening on Monday and Rani Moorthy's Whose Sari Now? currently playing in Gerry's studio space, Artistic Director of Theatre Royal Stratford East, Kerry Michael today announces the theatre's forthcoming Spring/Summer 2017 season. (more...)

Investigation Discovery to Premiere New Season of Hit Series BARBARA WALTERS PRESENTS, 12/6
by TV News Desk - Nov 23, 2016

Pulling from the vault of one of the most legendary journalists of all time, BARBARA WALTERS PRESENTS returns for a second season, revealing exclusive interviews from scandals that captivated the nation. I (more...)

Nutrisystem CEO Dawn Zier Named a 2016 Power Woman by New York Moves Magazine
by BWW News Desk - Nov 22, 2016

Nutrisystem (NASDAQ: NTRI), a leading provider of weight management products and services, announced today that Nutrisystem CEO, Dawn Zier, was named a Power Woman by New York Moves Magazine. Moves Power Women are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of others and clearing the path for a new generation. Chosen from the broadest spectrum of society, each of the Power Women has achieved the respect of her industry insiders as well as recognition and admiration from The Woman in the street. (more...)

BWW Review: THE SANTALAND DIARIES Generates Laughs at Desert Rose
by Audrey Liebross - Nov 22, 2016

THE SANTALAND DIARIES, Joe Mantello's stage adaptation of David Sedaris's memoir of his experience working as Crumpet the Elf, is playing in Rancho Mirage, at the Desert Rose Playhouse. (more...)

THE WOMAN IN BLACK Announce New West End Cast
by BWW News Desk - Nov 22, 2016

Stuart Fox (Woman in Mind, Vaudeville; The Normal Heart, Royal Court and Albery; Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Fortune Theatre) and Joseph Chance (Jeeves & Wooster, UK and Far East Tour; Wallander) have been cast in the unanimously acclaimed stage production of The Woman in Black. (more...)

Exclusive Listen to Brooklyn Based Duo TAMMY's Full Record
by BWW News Desk - Nov 22, 2016

Two people, one name and a wholly captivating style is the simplest way to describe the breakthrough Sex Folk duo, TAMMY. (more...)

BWW Review: DISASTER!, Charing Cross Theatre, 20 November 2016
by Gary Naylor - Nov 21, 2016

Gary Naylor sees a brilliantly executed musical spoof of the 70s disaster movie genre that needs to find a home in the West End soon. (more...)

Haus of Casati Collective Presents Mike Bartlett's MY CHILD at the Hub Café
by BWW News Desk - Nov 21, 2016

'Mum's lying to you. She wants you to hate me.' (more...)

BWW Review: High School Hunger Games Played for Laughs: SCHOOLGIRL FIGURE at Cohesion
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Nov 21, 2016

Set in a high school where certain girls, banded together as The Carpenters, are in an anorexia/bulimia competition, where the intermediate prize is to date the hunky The Brad and the longer-term prize is death by malnutrition, the show follows the battle between the utterly unscrupulous uber-bitch Renee and fierce competitor Jeanine to succeed Monique, the late victor in these hunger games, as The Brad's choice. (more...)

Arbery Publications Launches Latest Title, CALIFORNIAN LIVES
by BWW News Desk - Nov 21, 2016

Arbery Publications is pleased to announce its latest title: Californian Lives by Martin Foreman. The three one-act one-(wo)man plays set in the Golden State in the 1990s premiered in the King's Head Theatre, London in 2013. Beige magazine called them 'a masterclass in the art of the monologue'; The Public Reviews praised the 'fine descriptive writing'. (more...)

BWW Review: What it Means to Live with Origin Theatre Company's POISON
by Kristen Morale - Nov 19, 2016

Poison brings two people together in a cemetery to discuss the desecration and movement of their son's grave, as part of the cemetery's plan to expand. In a style that is incredibly that of Waiting for Godot, this divorced couple comes together and must wait for the person who will come speak to them about their son's grave; of course he doesn't show up. Not having seen or heard from one another in ten long years, they awkwardly await the man that is to save them from their discomfort of being reunited; when he never arrives, they begin to talk about the past. (more...)

See The Met Opera's L'AMOUR DE LOIN in HD at Ridgefield Playhouse
by BWW News Desk - Nov 17, 2016

The Ridgefield Playhouse and Craig's Fine Jewelry Live in HD Series brings an encore performance of the Met Opera in HD L'Amour De Loin to the screen on Wednesday, December 21 at 2pm.  (more...)

BWW Review: THE FLYING DUTCHMAN Vanishes Too Quickly from Austin, TX
by Amy Bradley - Nov 17, 2016

Presented during The Austin's Opera's 30th anniversary season, THE FLYING DUTCHMAN commands the historic Long Center's stage with a diverse, collective cast and belting operatic sequences. The origins of the story of The Flying Dutchman are rather skewed between timelines. The story first appeared in Travels in various parts Europe, Asia, and Africa in 1790 by John MacDonald, and again when Richard Wagner's operatic rendition came to life in 1843, after being adapted from an episode of Heinrich Heine's satirical novel The Memoirs of Mister von Schnabelewopski. More modernly, the story of The Flying Dutchman is told through the highly loved film series, The Pirates of The Carribean. Regardless of the interpretations by creative minds, one fact remains true - The Flying Dutchman refers to a ghostly ship destined to sail the seas for all eternity. Richard Wagner's rendition, sure to please both critics and audiences alike, is bringing this haunted tale to life with the reputation of precision that precedes The Austin Opera. (more...)

BWW Review: THE WOMAN IN BLACK, Exeter Northcott Theatre, 15 November 2016
by Nicky Sweetland - Nov 17, 2016

Stephen Mallatratt's ghoulish adaptation of Susan Hill's infamous ghost story has been frightening London audiences for over twenty-five years and embarked on a UK tour in September. Whilst on its travels the classic play has taken up residence for a spell of haunting at Exeter's Northcott Theatre this week, allowing Devon audiences the opportunity to see the hit show within their locale. Unlike some of the West End's other long running stage offerings, it's easy to see why The Woman in Black has enjoyed such longevity, as the timeless tale remains an utterly thrilling theatrical white-knuckle ride. (more...)

WCW and A.C.T. Unveil Findings from Women's Leadership in Regional Theatre Study
by BWW News Desk - Nov 17, 2016

American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.) released the findings from the Women's Leadership in Residential Theaters research study conducted by the Wellesley Centers for Women (WCW). (more...)

BBC America Orders Eight-Episode Original Scripted Drama Series KILLING EVE
by TV News Desk - Nov 16, 2016

BBC AMERICA announced today the greenlight of new original scripted series KILLING EVE. The eight-episode drama comes from Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Amazon's Fleabag, UK Channel 4's Crashing). (more...)

12 Peers Theater Announces Sixth Season With Site-Specific Performance Series, Two Pittsburgh Premieres, and New Digital Content
by BWW News Desk - Nov 16, 2016

12 Peers Theater announces their sixth season featuring the continuing Modern Myths Podcast; Will Eno's Thom Pain (based on nothing); Anne Washburn's Mr. Burns, a post-electric play; a benefit performance of Nassim Soleimanpour's White Rabbit, Red Rabbit; and Mythburgh, a new site-specific performance series. (more...)

SHE LOVES ME Coming to Musical Theatre West's Reiner Staged Reading Series
by BWW News Desk - Nov 16, 2016

Musical Theatre West's (MTW) Reiner Staged Reading Series (RRS) presents the romantic romp She Loves Me, Saturday, December 3, at 7:00pm at its new home, the Beverly O'Neill Theater, located at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center. (more...)

Opera Colorado's STEAL A PENCIL FOR ME Features Holocaust Love Story
by BWW News Desk - Nov 16, 2016

Opera Colorado has announced their 2017 - 2018 season, which continues to enrich and diversify the scope of its programming with their second world premiere in two years, while also staging enduring works from the classic repertoire. The three-production season will feature the world premiere of Steal a Pencil for Me, a WWII romance based on a true story, with music by Gerald Cohen and libretto by Deborah Brevoort; Giacomo Puccini's beloved classic La Boheme; and Giuseppe Verdi's masterful comic opera Falstaff. In 2017 - 2018 Opera Colorado will also continue to explore performing in diverse venues throughout the community, staging Steal a Pencil for Me at the Elaine Wolf Theatre at the Mizel Arts and Culture Center, MACC at the JCC. (more...)

CBS's 48 HOURS is Saturday's No. 1 Non-Sports Program with Viewers & Adults 25-54
by TV News Desk - Nov 15, 2016

CBS's 48 HOURS: “Buried Truth” was Saturday's #1 non-sports program with viewers and adults 25-54, and delivered the broadcast's largest audience since April, according to Nielsen live plus same day ratings for Nov. 12. (more...)

Everyman Theatre Brings Colman Domingo's New Holiday Comedy DOT to Baltimore This December
by BWW News Desk - Nov 15, 2016

After its hit premiere at the Humana Festival of New Plays and a critically lauded Off Broadway production, playwright and actor Colman Domingo's comedy-drama DOT will open to audiences in Baltimore at Everyman Theatre. Directed by Founding Artistic Director Vincent M. Lancisi, the production features acclaimed actress Sharon Hope in the title role of Dotty, joined by Resident Company members Megan Anderson and Dawn Ursula. It will run from December 7, 2016 to January 8, 2017. (more...)

AMC & BBC Worldwide Team for New Scripted Original Drama Series MCMAFIA, Starring James Norton
by TV News Desk - Nov 15, 2016

AMC and BBC Worldwide North America announced today a new co-production deal for MCMAFIA, an epic drama series set in the international world of organized crime starring James Norton (more...)

Opera Colorado Announces 2017-18 Season
by BWW News Desk - Nov 14, 2016

Opera Colorado has announced their 2017 - 2018 season, which continues to enrich and diversify the scope of its programming with their second world premiere in two years, while also staging enduring works from the classic repertoire. (more...)

Ten Australian Tenors Join Pacific Symphony For THE TEN TENORS: HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
by BWW News Desk - Nov 14, 2016

One is incredible, 10 is indescribable! Feel the power and brilliance of 10 exceptional voices as they rise together for "The Ten Tenors: Home for the Holidays," a heart-swelling, earth-shaking, feel-good experience for the whole family! Considered Australia's opera "rock stars," The Ten Tenors deliver the quintessential holiday concert, captivating the audience with their unique selection of traditional and contemporary seasonal favorites. (more...)

BWW Review: A CHRISTMAS CAROL MEMORY at Creative Cauldron
by Jenny Minich - Dec 5, 2016

Playwright Jennifer Clements re-imagines and re-frames A CHRISTMAS CAROL to be 'vivid and meaningful to a contemporary audience.' Set in modern times, A CHRISTMAS CAROL MEMORY tells the tale of a fragmented family coping with loss during the holidays. Written with the best of intentions, A CHRISTMAS CAROL MEMORY is (if nothing else) festive. (more...)

'The Best Native American Stories For Children' is Released in Paperback
by BWW News Desk - Dec 5, 2016

Contained within 186 pages in 6x9 paperback format, Mullins brings history to life along with original art by award winning artist C.L. Hause. Most Native American tribes did not write down or record their history, so we have to find out about their past in other ways. They used games, myths, dance, and impersonation to teach the children of their history and ways of life. Their storytelling was filled with family, heritage and stories of the earth. It is through storytelling, that the rich history of the Native American tribes is alive and well today. It has been shared and preserved and still pays tribute to fallen heroes of the past. It is through these glimpses into the past, and these stories much like the ones that are contained in this book, that you can see what a proud heritage they possess and how in tune with the Earth Native Americans really are. Included in this collection are: The Woman and Her Bear, The First Moccisons, At The Rainbow's End, The Gift of Corn, The Gift of the Peace Pipe, How the Deer got His Horns, The Orphan Boy Captured by the Bad Thunderbirds, Dream Walk, The Origin of Fire and the Canoe, How the Milky Way Came To Be, Turtle Goes to War, How the Bear Lost His Tail, The Origin of the Pleiades and the Pine, The Story of the Drum, Ghost of the White Deer, The Boy and the Turtles, The Story of the Buffalo-painted Lodges, The Story of the First Pine Trees, Contents of the Medicine Bag, The Legend of the Dream Catcher, How the Redbird got his Color, The Story of the Camp of the Ghosts, The Story of the Little Burnt Face Girl, Dance of the Dead, The Bear Man, How the Great Chiefs Made the Moon and the Sun, Tipi Etiquette, and many more. For further information, on the writing visit G.W. Mullins' web site at http://gwmullins.wixsite.com/officialsite/best-native-american-stories-childr. For information on the art of C.L. Hause visit his web site at http://clarencehause.wix.com/homepage G.W. Mullins is a Native American of Cherokee decent. He has been a published author for several years releasing several titles that are based in Native American history and folklore. He recently released book one in his From The Dead Of Night Series, the best-selling novel Daniel Is Waiting, which is available on Amazon.com, Kobo, Google Book Store, Books-A-Million, Barnes and Noble and other book sellers worldwide. C.L. Hause is an award winning artist who possesses a Bachelor Of Arts Degree specializing in Studio Art. He was the winner of the 2013 Johnny Hart Memorial Award as well of several others. He has always been inspired by nature, primitive and Native American design. He is currently finishing his MFA Degree in New York City. (more...)

Scoop: THE BACHELOR - Season Premiere on ABC - Monday, January 2, 2017
by - Dec 5, 2016

Get all the scoop on THE BACHELOR - Season Premiere, airing on ABC on Monday, January 2, 2017! (more...)

BWW Review: Pilobolus Restores Faith in Humanity
by Olga El - Dec 2, 2016

Leave it to Pilobolus to restore a bit of your faith in humanity. Beauty, diversity and teamwork are integral to their communal and genre-bending creative process, each piece daring and completely different from the next. Their run at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts opened on November 16th, 2016 and closes on December 4th. (more...)

Scoop: 20/20 on ABC - Friday, December 2, 2016
by - Dec 2, 2016

Get all the scoop on 20/20, airing on ABC on Friday, December 2, 2016! (more...)

BWW Review: 5th Avenue's THE LITTLE MERMAID is Swimmingly Magical
by Jay Irwin - Dec 2, 2016

The original animated film of "Disney's The Little Mermaid" is arguably one of the best of the Disney canon. With songs written by the incredible Alan Menken and Howard Ashman it marked the rebirth of the Disney animated musicals. The original conversion of it into a Broadway musical was not so great. With bad staging and flow, achieving the illusion of swimming by putting the actors on Heelys (shoes with wheels in the heels) so they would glide across stage, and additional songs from Menken and Glenn Slater (owing to the passing of the great Howard Ashman) the show lost much of it's core cleverness and heart in favor of the cliche and gimmicky. Now there's a new version with a reworked book and score and much improved staging which is currently being offered at the 5th Avenue Theatre and while it still may not have that magical greatness of the original film it does manage a magic of its own largely due to some new stage magic and a stellar cast including an Ariel (Diana Huey) who is the most layered, honest, real and still adorable Disney Princess ever. (more...)

BWW Review: THE WOMAN IN BLACK, Fortune Theatre, 1 December 2016
by Gary Naylor - Dec 2, 2016

Gary Naylor sees a long-running West End haunted house mystery and revels in its unabashed theatricality (more...)

BWW Preview: FS Young Company Celebrates Win at Utah Festival, Satler Sisters Celebrate Roles in Upcoming COMEDY OF ERRORS
by Peggy Sue Dunigan - Dec 2, 2016

Aspiring young performers from across the country challenge Shakespeare on the 400th anniversary of his death (April. 2016) in a national festival this past fall. To do so, First Stage's Young Company, Milwaukee's pre-professional training program for young actors, recently traveled to the Utah Shakespeare Festival with Associate Artistic Director John Maclay and Teaching Artist Marcella Kearns to compete with literally 100's of schools and theaters from across the country on how Shakespeare inspires young audiences. While eleven members competed in the 2016 Young Company, two identical twins, Alex and Sydney Salter both participated in the festival competition and play the twin Dromios in the Company's upcoming Comedy of Errors, As First Stage celebrates 30 years, Young Company begins this 13th season. Maclay comments on the program when he says, '[Young Company] It's about challenging these fantastic young artists with difficult material and working to inspire an ethic of excellence.' (more...)

Staten Island's Sea View Playwrights Theatre Presents MOTHERS AND SONS
by BWW News Desk - Dec 1, 2016

Sea View Playwright's Theatre Company presents Terrence McNally's Tony nominated play Mothers and Sons, beginning Friday, December 2 for a two weekend run through December 10. (more...)

Canaa Lee Shares CONFESSIONS OF THE HEART
by BWW News Desk - Dec 1, 2016

'Confessions of the Heart': a simple, yet sophisticated admission into the life experiences that brought a spirit from sin and darkness to a life lived for the Lord. 'Confessions of the Heart' is the creation of published author, Canaa Lee, who grew up in the small town of Brinkley, Arkansas with a population of roughly five thousand people. She has been a teacher since she was twelve years old. She started playing the piano at the age of six. Her forte in high school was mathematics. Mathematics came easy to her, and she helped her friends with their homework. Her first passion was music, but she soon realized that majoring in mathematics would make her become more marketable with a degree in mathematics verses a degree in music. Lee's first teaching job was in Fort Worth, Texas, at South Hills High School. She completed her graduate work at the University of Central Arkansas in August 2005. In 2006, she took a position as an instructional specialist at Carter-Riverside High School in Fort Worth, Texas. In 2008, she took a position as a lead content teacher at Leonard Middle School in Fort Worth, Texas. Lee taught at Little Rock Central High School from 2003 to 2006. In the summer of 2008, she moved to Garland to teach at Garland High School. In 2010, she was given the opportunity to be Program Administrator for Project Educating and Diversifying to Grow Exponentially (EDGE). In September of 2011, she was unanimously selected as the 2011 Garland NAACP Educator of the Year. This was the first time in her entire teaching career that she had been recognized for her efforts as a teacher. But her world came crashing down on October 5, 2011. Her mom called to tell Lee her dad died! She asked, 'What do you mean Daddy died?' She was in denial, and soon thereafter the emotions came. This was the first time in her career that she put everything on hold and had to STOP. In 2012, she met The Woman who soon became her best friend and introduced her to the Christian lifestyle. Her life slowly started to pick up. Lee decided to make some changes in her life. She was a published author and a public speaker; she had a new best friend. She even started to go to church. A new circle of friends was a breath of fresh air. Instead of just going to work and going home, she was actually enjoying her life and the people that she was around. In 2013, she decided she wanted to do something special for her thirty-fourth birthday and went on a singles' cruise. It sounded like a great, relaxing, and enjoying vacation. She met the nicest guy ever. However, the events that happened after this changed her life forever. (more...)

BWW Preview: Works & Process at Guggenheim Looks at the Met's L'AMOUR DE LOIN, Through December 29
by Richard Sasanow - Dec 1, 2016

Composer Kaija Saariaho is a woman of few words but potent music, judging by her comments about her acclaimed opera, L'AMOUR DE LOIN, and the excerpts performed at the Guggenheim's Works & Process series several weeks ago, in preparation for the opera's much-anticipated Met debut on Thursday, December 1. (more...)

The Met Opera Live in HD to Screen L'AMOUR DE LOIN at Ridgefield Playhouse
by BWW News Desk - Dec 1, 2016

???????The Ridgefield Playhouse and Craig's Fine Jewelry Live in HD Series brings an encore performance of the Met Opera in HD L'Amour De Loin to the screen on Wednesday, December 21 at 2pm.  (more...)

2016 BroadwayWorld Memphis Regional Awards Update - Justin Asher, Jo Lynne Palmer in Lead!
by BWW Special Coverage - Dec 1, 2016

Voting has opened for the 2016 BroadwayWorld Jacksonville Regional Awards, honoring productions which opened between October 2016 and September 2016. Nominations were reader-submitted and after the nomination period ended, BroadwayWorld's local editors proofed the list for eligibility and errors. Voting runs through December 31. (more...)

Iconic Classic Drama A DOLL'S HOUSE to Begin This Winter at the Huntington
by BWW News Desk - Dec 1, 2016

The Huntington Theatre Company presents the iconic classic drama A Doll's House, by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Bryony Lavery, and directed by Boston favorite Melia Bensussen (Awake and Sing!, Luck of the Irish, and Circle Mirror Transformation at the Huntington). Performances run January 6 - February 5, 2017 at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre. (more...)

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