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BWW Interviews: Jennifer Decker and Jon Harvey Dive In With THE DROWNING GIRLSBWW Interviews: Jennifer Decker and Jon Harvey Dive In With THE DROWNING GIRLS
by Natalie de la Garza - Jun 29, 2015

Read Mildred's Umbrella artistic director Jennifer Decker and director Jon Harvey talk about the unique challenges posed by THE DROWNING GIRLS and the continued relevance of the story. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Stephen Sondheim's PUTTING IT TOGETHER by the Saint Petersburg Opera CompanyBWW Reviews: Stephen Sondheim's PUTTING IT TOGETHER by the Saint Petersburg Opera Company
by Peter Nason - Jun 28, 2015

A festive, underrated, underperformed gem, SPO's production at the Palladium is first rate with an excellent cast. (more...)

Zuma and Rumba Share Adventures in New BookZuma and Rumba Share Adventures in New Book
by BWW News Desk - Jun 26, 2015

A few years ago, authors G. Alan Brooks and his grandchildren discussed their desire to create some young heroes that children could admire. They decided to craft a series of children's books with smart, brave and adventurous young people as characters. In 'The Adventures of Zumba and Rumba: Book Three - The Quest to Find Their Mother' (published by Xlibris), they reveal the book three of the series where the thrill and adventure continue. (more...)

Foxwoods Resort Casino Releases Amazing July Entertainment CalendarFoxwoods Resort Casino Releases Amazing July Entertainment Calendar
by BWW News Desk - Jun 24, 2015

Foxwoods Resort Casino the Northeast's premier entertainment destination, is hosting a highly-anticipated line-up of thrilling entertainment this July. (more...)

'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for June 24th, 2015'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for June 24th, 2015
by Paul W. Thompson - Jun 24, 2015

The latest in unauthorized gossip and buzz from the heart of Chicago's showtune video bars, and musical theater news from Chicago to Broadway. 'On Your Feet!' and 'City Of Angels' rake in the reviews, while Bette plays the UC. Kristin and Idina plan concerts here, outdoor movies light up the summer, and the 'Beautiful' tour and 'Charlie Brown' are slated for Christmas. By summer's end: 'The Boy From Oz,' 'Glory Days' and 'Triassic Parq!' (more...)

TARTUFFE to Play State Theatre Centre's Studio Underground in JulyTARTUFFE to Play State Theatre Centre's Studio Underground in July
by BWW News Desk - Jun 24, 2015

A PLAY by one of France's most celebrated playwrights is coming to the State Theatre Centre's Studio Underground in July. (more...)

Secret Stages Music Festival Celebrates Fifth Year This SummerSecret Stages Music Festival Celebrates Fifth Year This Summer
by BWW News Desk - Jun 23, 2015

Birmingham is an exciting place for music These Days. We're seeing better venues, more incredible artists, and a lot more eager music fans. (more...)

The Hollywood Bowl Kicks Off 2015 Season with a JOURNEY Concert in Their First Ever Performance with OrchestraThe Hollywood Bowl Kicks Off 2015 Season with a JOURNEY Concert in Their First Ever Performance with Orchestra
by BWW News Desk - Jun 21, 2015

One of Los Angeles' most iconic concert venues, the Hollywood Bowl, launched its 94nd season with the 2015 Opening Night Concert, featuring ever-popular and long-enduring rock band and recent Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame inductees JOURNEY, Saturday, June 20, at 8 pm. (more...)

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

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

Caesar Voghan Launches Kickstarter for THE ROAD TO HARLEQUIN ISLANDCaesar Voghan Launches Kickstarter for THE ROAD TO HARLEQUIN ISLAND
by BWW News Desk - Jun 19, 2015

Successfully funded on Kickstarter in January 2014, 'Runaway Nun,' the first issue of Voghan's comic book, went on to become an Amazon Kindle bestseller. Soon after, Danger Zone, the imprint for mature audiences of Action Lab Comics, acquired the rights to the publication of the first four issues and the subsequent volume one trade-paperback, in a creator-owned publishing deal that, These Days, has become the norm among Indie creator of comics. (more...)

Michael Cerveris, Cristin Milioti, Freestyle Love Supreme & More Set for Joe's Pub This SummerMichael Cerveris, Cristin Milioti, Freestyle Love Supreme & More Set for Joe's Pub This Summer
by BWW News Desk - Jun 19, 2015

This summer, Joe's Pub at The Public welcomes a slate of artists familiar to many because of their star turns in television, film, Broadway and The Public Theater's stage. The season features the incomparable Jane Lynch, in her Joe's Pub debut; the masterful hip-hop talents of Freestyle Love Supreme (James Monroe Iglehart, Lin-Manuel Miranda, etc); the laser-sharp wit of Julie Klausner; Tony Award-winner Michael Cerveris with his southern/folk rock band Loose Cattle; the pure delight and charm of Cristin Milioti; and more! (more...)

BWW Readers React to Patti LuPone's Cell Phone Grab During Last Night's PerformanceBWW Readers React to Patti LuPone's Cell Phone Grab During Last Night's Performance
by Caryn Robbins - Jul 9, 2015

Since BroadwayWorld posted the story, our readers have shared their strong reactions on Facebook. Check out some of their comments below (more...)

Michael Feinstein Joins Pasadena POPS for THE SINATRA PROJECT, 8/1Michael Feinstein Joins Pasadena POPS for THE SINATRA PROJECT, 8/1
by BWW News Desk - Jul 9, 2015

Pasadena Pops Conductor Michael Feinstein puts down the conducting baton and picks up the microphone for one night only to sing a full concert devoted to the legacy of Frank Sinatra. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Allenberry's DAMN YANKEES is One Devil of a Good TimeBWW Reviews: Allenberry's DAMN YANKEES is One Devil of a Good Time
by Marakay Rogers - Jul 8, 2015

Director Ryan Gibbs gives a production of the classic sports musical that's got miles and miles of heart behind it (more...)

Producer Ken Davenport on Why He's Bringing SPRING AWAKENING Back to Broadway: 'I Always Felt the Show Left Us Too Soon'Producer Ken Davenport on Why He's Bringing SPRING AWAKENING Back to Broadway: 'I Always Felt the Show Left Us Too Soon'
by BWW News Desk - Jul 7, 2015

Today, producer Ken Davenport shared his thoughts on why he decided to bring the musical back to Broadway in his latest edition of The Producer's Perspective. (more...)

AfrikCan Festival Adds New Names to Line-UpAfrikCan Festival Adds New Names to Line-Up
by BWW News Desk - Jul 6, 2015

Fashion, food, music, eloquence. They all intertwine in Africa's staggeringly diverse, universally appealing artistic traditions. (more...)

New FTC Scam Alert Shows Latest Example of Social Engineering DangersNew FTC Scam Alert Shows Latest Example of Social Engineering Dangers
by BWW News Desk - Jul 4, 2015

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Review Roundup: Tom Cruise is Back in MISSION IMPOSSIBLE - ROGUE NATIONReview Roundup: Tom Cruise is Back in MISSION IMPOSSIBLE - ROGUE NATION
by Movies News Desk - Jul 31, 2015

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE - ROGUE NATION, written by video game scribe Will Staple, marks the return of franchise star Tom Cruise, who also executive produces for Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions. J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot returns as producer. Rebecca Ferguson co-stars. (more...)

August at Bookworks Features Birding in New Mexico, Art of Forgiving and More!August at Bookworks Features Birding in New Mexico, Art of Forgiving and More!
by BWW News Desk - Jul 31, 2015

August's events at Bookworks are below. For more information, visit bkwrks.com/event. (more...)

High Performance Academy - Review Of Brendon Burchard's New High Performance Training Program ReleasedHigh Performance Academy - Review Of Brendon Burchard's New High Performance Training Program Released
by BWW News Desk - Jul 3, 2015

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This Week at Bookworks Includes The Opera Unveiled, Pet Rescue Stories and MoreThis Week at Bookworks Includes The Opera Unveiled, Pet Rescue Stories and More
by BWW News Desk - Jul 3, 2015

This week's events at Bookworks are below. For more information, visit bkwrks.com/event.  (more...)

SOUND OFF Special Edition: 10 Classic Roles Ready For Gender-BendingSOUND OFF Special Edition: 10 Classic Roles Ready For Gender-Bending
by Pat Cerasaro - Jul 29, 2015

Lines are blurring. Gender-bending is seemingly everywhere These Days, from high fashion ads to news coverage to I AM CAIT, Queen Latifah as The Wiz and beyond. Furthermore, one of the most provocative and popular stories of last week was the news of a Canadian regional production of A CHORUS LINE casting a male actor in the leading role of Cassie, renamed Casey. With the additional angle of Broadway currently being abuzz with the appearance of stage and screen star Taye Diggs stepping into the iconic high heels of the titular character in the recently multi-Tony Award-winning musical HEDWIG & THE ANGRY INCH - itself centered on a transsexual character - it seems as though now would be the ideal time to consider some other musical theatre mainstays and how they could be re-purposed and refreshed with a gender-bended twist. Although certain roles seems tailor-made to such treatment, it is illuminating to consider the rich possibilities that could potentially be afforded in the experience of witnessing the right performer of perhaps the perceivably wrong sex tackling a role normally associated with the opposite gender. Who knows, maybe a female Phantom or a make Elphaba are not that wildly spurious or far-fetched to consider given the compelling performances that have been given by unlikely actors in roles traditionally portrayed in a certain way. Theatre is nothing without reinvention and these are my top 10 picks for musicals I would like to see taken on with fresh eyes and a new outlook. (more...)

SEE IT BIG! Moving Image to Screen WEST SIDE STORY, INTERSTELLAR & More on 70mm This SummerSEE IT BIG! Moving Image to Screen WEST SIDE STORY, INTERSTELLAR & More on 70mm This Summer
by Movies News Desk - Jul 28, 2015

This summer, Museum of the Moving Image will present See It Big! 70mm, every weekend from August 7 through 30, featuring eight films made between 1961 and 2014 -- all of them shot in 70mm and to be shown in 70mm prints in the majestic Sumner M. Redstone Theater. (more...)

Racheal Ofori's PORTRAIT Set for Edinburgh Fringe Debut, Aug 5-29Racheal Ofori's PORTRAIT Set for Edinburgh Fringe Debut, Aug 5-29
by BWW News Desk - Jul 27, 2015

Renowned production house Fuel are producing the work of a Fringe first timer at this year's festival. (more...)

Billabong Pro Surfer Keala Kennelly Takes on a Giant Wave in Tahiti, Making a Huge Stride for Women in SurfingBillabong Pro Surfer Keala Kennelly Takes on a Giant Wave in Tahiti, Making a Huge Stride for Women in Surfing
by BWW News Desk - Jul 25, 2015

IRVINE, Calif., July 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ Keala Kennelly has redefined women's surfing. A Kauai-born surfer, she turned pro at the age of 17, is an ASP World Championship Tour veteran and the first female to-ever tow-in at Teahupoo. Over the past month, Kennelly had been closely watching the swell forecasts for Tahiti and Mexico, trying to determine where she could find the biggest waves possible. She decided on Teahupoo, Tahiti and headed straight to the French Polynesian island for a forecasted XXL swell. After a grueling 5AM flight and a 2-hour car ride, Keala was in the lineup watching massive waves detonate onto dry reef. (more...)

BWW Reviews: THE CAT'S MEOW at Oyster Mill Is Unsettling Piece of Hollywood HistoryBWW Reviews: THE CAT'S MEOW at Oyster Mill Is Unsettling Piece of Hollywood History
by Marakay Rogers - Jul 25, 2015

Oyster Mill reconstructs a fabled Hollywood death in CAT's MEOW with Sam Eisenhuth as a marvelous Charlie Chaplin (more...)

BWW Reviews:  Quinn Deconstructs the City's Personality in THE NEW YORK STORYBWW Reviews: Quinn Deconstructs the City's Personality in THE NEW YORK STORY
by Michael Dale - Jul 24, 2015

Colin Quinn explores the rich diversified heritage of New York City one ethnic joke at a time. (more...)

GRACE HAS A SILENT VOICE is ReleasedGRACE HAS A SILENT VOICE is Released
by BWW News Desk - Jul 23, 2015

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THE PROFESSIONAL MUSICIAN is ReleasedTHE PROFESSIONAL MUSICIAN is Released
by BWW News Desk - Jul 20, 2015

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YOU'RE GONNA HEAR FROM ME: THE SONGS OF ANDRE PREVIN Set for Sterling's Upstairs, 8/2YOU'RE GONNA HEAR FROM ME: THE SONGS OF ANDRE PREVIN Set for Sterling's Upstairs, 8/2
by BWW News Desk - Jul 20, 2015

Kritzerland at Sterling's Upstairs at The Federal presents YOU'RE GONNA HEAR FROM ME: THE SONGS OF ANDRE PREVIN on Sunday, August 2, 2015 at 7:00 PM. (more...)

BWW Reviews: MOUNTAIN VIEW Offers a Pleasing EscapeBWW Reviews: MOUNTAIN VIEW Offers a Pleasing Escape
by Joseph Baker - Jul 20, 2015

It's hard to reconcile the name of the title character in MOUNTAIN VIEW with that of its author. 'Jocate' seems a variation on Dolly Parton's 'Jolene' (when will Appalachian characters have names like 'Sue' or 'Nancy'?), while author 'Teri Feigelson' suggests a world entirely alien to cabins and mountain ledges. Yet, everything seems to come together in Playhouse on the Square's production of the winner of the 2013 NewWorks Playwriting Competition, currently being staged at TheatreWorks. In fact, with its gentle, wistful tone and incorporation of original, tonally related songs, MOUNTAIN VIEW evokes a film from some years ago, the little-seen but much-lauded SONGCATCHER, with turn-of-the-century musicologist Janet McTeer finding substance and artistry in Appalachian music (along with a romantic interlude with a hirsute Aidan Quinn in one of his last leading man roles). It even reminded me of (now nearly forgotten) Bobbie Gentry's concept album DELTA SWEETE, with the artist's songs depicting the characters and area she knew as a girl. (more...)

BWW Interviews: Composer Adam Gwon on ORDINARY DAYS and its 100th ProductionBWW Interviews: Composer Adam Gwon on ORDINARY DAYS and its 100th Production
by Tyler Hinton - Jul 2, 2015

Up-and-coming composer Adam Gwon recently spoke with BroadwayWorld about his musical ORDINARY DAYS, the 100th production and Utah premiere of which will be staged by Utah Repertory Theater Company from July 10 to 26 at the Sugar Space Studio Theater in Sugar House. (more...)

Best Selling Author Eugene Walker Releases GET HIM SPRUNGBest Selling Author Eugene Walker Releases GET HIM SPRUNG
by BWW News Desk - Jul 2, 2015

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With July 10th Marking the Two Year Anniversary of Her Sleeve Gastrectomy with Dr. Michael Feiz, Working Mom Jessenia Reyes Says That Life Is Better than EverWith July 10th Marking the Two Year Anniversary of Her Sleeve Gastrectomy with Dr. Michael Feiz, Working Mom Jessenia Reyes Says That Life Is Better than Ever
by BWW News Desk - Jul 17, 2015

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Health Food Emporium Announces a Two Week Sale on New Chapter Zyflamend and WholemgaHealth Food Emporium Announces a Two Week Sale on New Chapter Zyflamend and Wholemga
by BWW News Desk - Jul 17, 2015

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BWW Reviews: Max & Louie Productions' Brilliant THE KILLING OF SISTER GEORGEBWW Reviews: Max & Louie Productions' Brilliant THE KILLING OF SISTER GEORGE
by Chris Gibson - Jul 16, 2015

If you've seen director Robert Aldrich's 1968 film version of THE KILLING OF SISTER GEORGE you're probably going to be greatly surprised when you see the actual play it was based on (written by Frank Marcus). The film was initially rated 'X' due to the era in which it was released, as well as the inclusion of a two minute sequence that's much more titillating than anything present in the original work itself. But, things are different These Days. Television shows broadcast during what used to be referred to as the 'family hour' are far more racy with their content and dialog than anything you'll encounter watching Max & Louie Productions' superb staging of this play. Marcus crafted a brilliant, pitch black comedic farce that may have just been a bit too subtle for the motion picture industry, which, at the time, was just beginning to explore alternative lifestyles in a more graphic fashion. The film is good, but the play is much better. See it for yourself. It's required viewing as far as I'm concerned. (more...)

French Classic TARTUFFE to Deliver Stage Magic at State Theatre Centre, July 23-25French Classic TARTUFFE to Deliver Stage Magic at State Theatre Centre, July 23-25
by BWW News Desk - Jul 16, 2015

A play by one of France's most celebrated playwrights is coming to the State Theatre Centre's Studio Underground in July. (more...)

8x8 Breaks New Ground in Contact Center with Powerful Analytics8x8 Breaks New Ground in Contact Center with Powerful Analytics
by BWW News Desk - Jul 14, 2015

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Randy Jernigan Releases THE LIFE AND CAREER OF MARIE OSMOND as First 'Stars That Make a Difference' SeriesRandy Jernigan Releases THE LIFE AND CAREER OF MARIE OSMOND as First 'Stars That Make a Difference' Series
by BWW News Desk - Jul 13, 2015

When one thinks of celebrities that make a positive difference in the lives of others, more than likely the name Marie Osmond pops up. 'The Life and Career of Marie Osmond' is a new short biographical sketch released through Kindle, and is the first release of the 'Stars That Make A Difference' series by celebrity journalist Randy Jernigan. The piece chronicles the charismatic performer's 50 years in show business, as well as (the sometimes controversial) details of her personal life, and the founding of her Children's Miracle Network and yearly telethon. 'When my publisher approached me with this idea, I jumped on it immediately,' explained Jernigan. 'I could see the value in a series about celebrities that have a conscience and promotes lifting others in need. You read so much that is negative about stars in the press These Days-it's nice to see that there are those out there that actually give back to society,' said the author. At age 55, she's still the same bubbly, energetic performer that stole American hearts at the tender age of three on the Andy Williams musical Variety show those many years ago. Still the same Grammy winning voice that recorded 35 albums, that starred on Broadway, that wrote 6 New York Times best-sellers, that danced her way into the season five finale of 'Dancing With the Stars,' and if that wasn't enough, hosted her own daytime talk show for the Hallmark Channel aptly titled 'Marie.' Osmond now performs with brother Donny in a Las Vegas review at the Flamingo Hotel. But what's really at the heart of this multi-talented star? 'Marie's always had a big heart-especially for the little ones,' say's fellow singer Olivia Newton John. 'Marie made a commitment years ago as a young lady, that she would do her part in helping children who need medical attention but who can't afford it-and she's lived up to that commitment many times over,' said Newton John. Osmond founded the Children's Miracle Network in 1983 with other Osmond family members and fellow performer, John Schneider. To date, the organization has raised more that 5 Billion dollars for the 170 participating Children's hospitals throughout the country. 'The Life and Career of Marie Osmond' is the first installment in the 'Stars That Make A Difference' fan series released through Creative Partners Fan Books and is now available on Kindle and other electronic devices. A portion of the proceeds of this release will go to benefit The Trevor Projecta rescue hotline for LGBTQ youth that are in crisis. (more...)

Review Roundup: PENN AND TELLER ON BROADWAY Begins Limited RunReview Roundup: PENN AND TELLER ON BROADWAY Begins Limited Run
by BWW News Desk - Jul 13, 2015

PENN AND TELLER ON BROADWAY began its six-week run at the Marquis Theater on Sunday night. Let's see what the critics had to say! (more...)

Seeger Sing-a-Long, Michael Cerveris, Joey Arias and More Set for Joe's Pub, 7/15-26Seeger Sing-a-Long, Michael Cerveris, Joey Arias and More Set for Joe's Pub, 7/15-26
by BWW News Desk - Jul 13, 2015

Joe's Pub at the Public has announced its nightly performances running July 15-26, 2015. Scroll down for details! (more...)

MadLab Theatre to Present CLOWNTIME IS OVER This AugustMadLab Theatre to Present CLOWNTIME IS OVER This August
by BWW News Desk - Jul 13, 2015

Clowntime Is Over at MadLab Theatre (227 N. 3rd St.), running August 20 - September 5, 2015. A loveless rabbit, a hungry serpent and a TV clown are trapped in a room in Clowntime Is Over, Joseph E. Green's surreal comedy. (more...)

BWW Blog: Eric Jackson of Transcendence Theatre Company's 'Broadway Under the Stars' - CelebrationsBWW Blog: Eric Jackson of Transcendence Theatre Company's 'Broadway Under the Stars' - Celebrations
by Guest Blogger: Eric Jackson - Jul 10, 2015

July might have just begun, but let me tell you things are in full swing here in Sonoma, CA.  Just recently at Transcendence Theatre Company we started a new show, closed the first show with a bang, actively participated in volunteering opportunities, and joined in our local 4th of July celebrations.  But I'll let some of our Transcendence resident artists go into more detail about their personal favorite activities of these past well-lived days. (more...)

DOES AGE REALLY MATTER? A Short Film Created to Honor Seniors Tells it AllDOES AGE REALLY MATTER? A Short Film Created to Honor Seniors Tells it All
by Movies News Desk - Jul 10, 2015

When the topic of Senior Living comes up it's not always followed with the most positive of thoughts. But then again not many have been asking the right questions These Days. (more...)

Raewyn Harlum Releases New Memoir COMING OUTRaewyn Harlum Releases New Memoir COMING OUT
by BWW News Desk - Aug 3, 2015

Author Raewyn Harlum says she had her first psychic vision when she was just 3 years old. She recalls seeing a strange person visiting her bedside. She says that this was just the first of many visions to come. (more...)

BWW Recap: WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER, Episodes One and TwoBWW Recap: WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER, Episodes One and Two
by Jennifer McHugh - Aug 3, 2015

It's here, at long last. The eight episode series of WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER, FIRST DAY OF CAMP. 15 years later, let's go back 2 months prior to the movie and see how the majority of the cast hasn't aged a day. Theme song “Jane” by Starship leads us into every episode and flashes us back to 1981. (more...)

BWW Reviews: A WONDROUS TALE Of GUYS AND THEIR DOLLSBWW Reviews: A WONDROUS TALE Of GUYS AND THEIR DOLLS
by Kristen Morale - Aug 2, 2015

The Chatham Drama Guild, established eighty-four years ago and boasting one of the only truly volunteer managed community theater groups on the Cape, continues its summer season with Guys and Dolls, the well-known tale of gamblers-by-trade Nathan Detroit, Sky Masterson and their 'dolls' in the midst of Detroit's permanent floating crap game - all in the heart of 1950's New York City. The Directed by Pam Banas and musically directed by Charlie Gregson, Guild has succeeded in bringing to a Cape Cod audience a very heartfelt, genuine production of this classic musical which does well as well to capture the psychological and emotion angst of the characters as it does the tender and hopeful nature of those same individuals in the midst of falling in love - that is, in love with something other than their chance-based lives. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Carefree PETER PAN Soars at ARTPARKBWW Reviews: Carefree PETER PAN Soars at ARTPARK
by Michael Rabice - Aug 1, 2015

Whether you grew up with Mary Martin , Sandy Duncan or Cathy Rigby flying on your TV screen or on a stage near you, children and adults alike still love escaping with the boy who never grew up. Neverland and it's inhabitants of Lost Boys, Indians and Pirates is usually a sure fire chance for a light hearted evening. Happily Artpark's 2015 polished musical offering of PETER PAN is flying high, and for all the right reasons. (more...)

Immersive FICTION Comes to Edinburgh FringeImmersive FICTION Comes to Edinburgh Fringe
by BWW News Desk - Aug 1, 2015

A surreal and immersive audio experience in complete darkness is set to create a unique theatrical experience at this year's Fringe. (more...)

Adaptation of Best-Selling American Autobiography Set for Edinburgh StageAdaptation of Best-Selling American Autobiography Set for Edinburgh Stage
by BWW News Desk - Aug 1, 2015

Fringe first timer is bringing his new, no holds barred adaptation of a best selling American autobiography to the Edinburgh stage. (more...)

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