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BWW Exclusive: Introducing The National Theater Institute's Complete Theater Training
by National Theater Institute - Sep 1, 2014

The National Theater Institute is excited to partner with BroadwayWorld to give an inside look at the undergraduate training program that has launched the careers of thousands of actors, directors, dancers, composers, designers, and playwrights since 1970. (more...)

Photo Flash: Maggie Smith, Kevin Kline, and More Featured in GSC's MY OLD LADY
by BWW News Desk - Sep 1, 2014

Gloucester Stage Company Founding Artistic Director Israel Horovitz hosts the only New England special pre-release screening of his new film, MY OLD LADY starring Maggie Smith, Kevin Kline and Kristin Scott Thomas to benefit Gloucester Stage Company on Monday, September 15at the Cape Ann Community Cinema & Stage, 21 Main Street in Gloucester, MA. (more...)

Photo Flash: SOUTH AFRICAN DANCE FESTIVAL October -November
by BWW News Desk - Sep 1, 2014

DANCE forms an important part of this year's vibrant AFROVIBES FESTIVAL 2014 with three outstanding dance productions from South Africa and one collaborative programme by Birmingham's ACE Dance & Music and South African choreographer Vincent Mantsoe (photo left of 'Mana' by Brian Slater). (more...)

This Week's New Classifieds on BWW - 9/1/2014
by - Sep 1, 2014

This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld.com for 9/1/2014. (more...)

BWW Reviews: PHANTOM Lifts the Spirits at Hale Centre Theatre
by Herbert Paine - Sep 1, 2014

It's kind of gutsy to feature an alternative musical treatment of Gaston Leroux's Phantom of the Opera when its iconic award-winning Andrew Lloyd Weber namesake is liable to overshadow any such effort, but that's what Hale Centre Theatre has done, and with great success, in its season opener, Phantom. (more...)

King's Theatre Hold Auditions for Lost Boys to Star in PETER PAN 9/21
by BWW News Desk - Sep 1, 2014

First Family Entertainment are offering boys in Glasgow the chance of a lifetime to perform in the King's famous Christmas pantomime alongside comedy stars Greg McHugh, Gavin Mitchell and Des Clarke from Saturday 6 December until Sunday 11 January 2015. An open audition will be held at the King's Theatre on Sunday 21 September at 1pm to cast The Lost Boys in an exciting new production of Peter Pan celebrating 50 years of panto at the historic venue. (more...)

STAGE TUBE: WINTER UNDER THE TABLE Comes to NYC in New English Translation
by Stage Tube - Sep 1, 2014

WINTER UNDER THE TABLE by Roland Topor is returning to the New York stage after 12 years. With a new translation by Eniko Imre, Pilvax Productions is reintroducing this lesser known, delightful French comedy with an international cast. The show will be at The Gene Frankel Theatre in Manhattan from September 11th through the 14th. (more...)

The Story Of 'Let It Go' From Disney's THE STORY OF FROZEN, Airing 9/2
by Pat Cerasaro - Sep 1, 2014

A sneak peek of the story behind the making of one of the biggest Disney songs of all time, 'Let It Go', as seen in the hotly anticipated new behind the scenes special spotlighting Disney's most successful film to date, FROZEN, is now available to view. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Lovable Characters in THE NERD
by Teresa Rodrick - Sep 1, 2014

I had the pleasure of reviewing THE NERD produced by Stage Coach Theatre (SCT), directed by Curtis Ransom. It is a zany, madcap show. (more...)

BWW Interviews: TUTS Director Roshunda Jones Brings It On In BRING IT ON: THE MUSICAL
by Katricia Lang - Sep 1, 2014

In this discussion with Roshunda Jones, Director of Theatre Under the Stars' production of BRING IT ON, I discuss, of course, BRING IT ON, a cupcake of a show with a creamy white icing filling in the form of a message about acceptance. Then we talk about the art and craft of cheerleading. So much work and dedication goes into those athletic stunts, and cheerleaders have to smile while doing it. I know football players can't. That's why they wear the helmets with masks. (more...)

BWW Reviews: OH MY GOODNESS… IT'S PAUL LYNDE Journeys Back to the Wild Life of the Hollywood Squares Star
by Shari Barrett - Sep 1, 2014

Directed by John Hall and based in part on Lynde's life and 1976 touring show, OH MY GOODNESS…IT'S PAUL LYNDE is produced with the full approval and cooperation of the estate of Paul Lynde, starring Michael Airingon who channels the late entertainer both in appearance, voice and attitude to a tee. The show traces Lynde's Life from his humble beginnings to his rise to stardom as one of America's funniest and biggest stars on television in the 70's, featuring voice-overs by the Master of the Hollywood Squares himself, Peter Marshall. (more...)

BWW Reviews: World Premiere THE FACE IN THE REEDS Proves Everyone Needs and Deserves a Second Chance
by Shari Barrett - Sep 1, 2014

The World Premiere of THE FACE IN THE REEDS by Robin Uriel Russin, directed by Sarah Figoten Wilson at Santa Monica's The Ruskin Group, centers on a dysfunctional family gathering to celebrate Passover, the Jewish holiday celebrating freedom. As the meshuge meshugas (crazy madness) plays out, the evening's seder turns into quarrels about the meaning of freedom, the value of life, and the shadow of death, which symbolically "passes over" the house. During the course of the evening, conflicts emerge about the merit of faith over conversion, the truth in religion, and the nature of parental responsibility. This night is different from all other nights and of course, this being a Jewish family, it is also a comedy. We're all going to die--but first, you should eat. (more...)

Broadway's Powerhouse, Carolee Carmello to Sing in Concert, 9/22
by BWW News Desk - Sep 1, 2014

The FUDGE Theatre Company (Founding Artistic Director, Joy DeMita) in association with Matt Phillipps will present Broadway's Award-winning powerhouse, Carolee Carmello in concert- for one night only - Monday September 22 at The Mosesian Theatre at The Arsenal Center For The Arts (321 Arsenal Street, at the corner of Kingsbury Avenue, Watertown, MA). (more...)

Upcoming CD Releases for September 2014
by - Sep 1, 2014

Check out the latest in upcoming releases of Broadway and theatre related CDs for September, 2014. (more...)

Bands Play in Backyards and More During Junction Arts Festival Sept. 10-14
by BWW News Desk - Sep 1, 2014

Launceston will throw off its "sleepy" reputation with a loud line-up of over 25+ local and national music acts as part of Junction Arts Festival from 10 - 14 September, 2014. The best of Tasmania will play alongside Australia's best chart-topping bands, including The Babe Rainbow, The Royal Jellies, Tiger and Me and Pete Cornelius' jazz band King Cake. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Theatre Memphis Nudges Us to Buy Halloween Candy Early with THE ADDAMS FAMILY
by Joseph Baker - Sep 1, 2014

There's Nothing Dead About Theatre Memphis' Ghoulishly Delightful Production of THE ADDAMS FAMILY (more...)

Camden People's Theatre Presents CALM DOWN, DEAR Festival of Feminism, Sept 24-Oct 12
by BWW News Desk - Sep 1, 2014

Camden People's Theatre's Calm Down, Dear, The Festival of Feminism returns for a second year of theatre, performance, comedy, cabaret, dance and discussion at Camden People's Theatre, 24th September to 12th October. (more...)

Lerner and Loewe's Musical BRIGADOON Continues as Inspiration for New Young Adult Series, 9/02
by BWW News Desk - Sep 1, 2014

From stage to page, Brigadoon is enchanting a brand new audience in the form of young adult fiction to be released September 2. Destined for Doon, the second book in the popular new Doon series continues to spin the classic musical in an imaginative way to give readers a fresh, modern experience. (more...)

Kevin Spacey Comments On Upcoming Charity Concert
by Pat Cerasaro - Sep 1, 2014

Tickets are now on sale to catch multi-award-winning stage and screen superstar Kevin Spacey crooning some tunes with a 40-piece orchestra as part of KEVIN SPACEY: IN CONCERT. (more...)

BWW Reviews: GCT Brings On Splashy, Roaring THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE
by Don Grigware - Aug 31, 2014

The 1920s were not called the roaring twenties for nothing, and when 'modern' girls came from small towns across America to New York to seek a job, a husband and money, they were an overabundant lot. Take Millie Dillmount (Allyson Spiegelman) for example, who, like many others, sets her eyes, but hardly her heart, on dreamy boss Trevor Graydon (Kelby Thwaits), who also has eyes for Miss Dorothy Brown (Deanna Bakker). Add Jimmy Smith (Jason Webb), who literally ran into Millie on the streets and then pops back into the picture, attempting to win her over romantically. Welcome to modern big city living: take a number, stand in line. And there's even more discouragement. Apart from New York's degrading social life led by Muzzy Van Hossmere (Julia Marie Rodriguez), Millie is living in a den of iniquity the Priscilla Hotel where hostess Mrs.Meers (Alison England) has a side job selling orphan girls into white slavery. However, despite all these calamities, big and small, there's an air of the ridiculous surrounding them. Based on the 1967 film which starred Julie Andrews, Mary Tyler Moore and Carol Channing, TMM is an ode to madcap senselessness, and go no further than to Glendale and GCT for a nifty revival now onstage through October 4. (more...)

Top Reads: Diana Gabaldon's OUTLANDER Retains Lead on NY Times Best Seller List, Week Ending 8/31
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

Since there's no end-all-be-all 'best seller' list, BWW Books has rounded up both The New York Times' top sellers as Well as Amazon's - providing you with your one-stop look at this week's top reads! (more...)

Original Wonder Woman Lynda Carter Talks New Costume and More
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

Wonder Woman will have a new look in her 21st century film debut. The female superhero's costume was revealed at Comic Con 2014 (here), and according to ScreenRant.com, Lynda Carter (who played Wonder Woman in the 1975 film) sees the distinct lack of red, white, and blue in her costume as a sign that the character is now more than just an American hero. (more...)

Freda Payne Returns to Jazz Routes with New CD Release COME BACK TO ME LOVE, 9/19-20
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

As iconic in 2014 for her timeless beauty and sex appeal as she is her artistic versatility as an all around entertainer, Ms. Freda Payne remains among music's and show business' brightest shining star survivors. When she is singing her heartbeat music - jazz - love, awe and yearning only grow stronger. Her new album, Come Back To Me Love (her first for Artistry Music) marks not only a return to the big band and strings-laden classics from her mid-`60s beginnings with Impulse!, but also marks a return to her hometown of Detroit. That makes this 14-song album featuring Grammy® Award-winner Bill Cunliffe's musical arrangements a beautiful homecoming. (more...)

Author Kim Lunansky Signing, 'How to Teach Your Kids to Swear' 2nd Bonus Edition at Chapters Devonshire
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. invites readers, parents and community in Windsor Ontario to visit Chapters Indigo at Devonshire Mall on Sunday, 31 August 2014, from 1:00 to 4:00 PM. Take some time out of pre-school preparations to meet and greet author Kim Lunansky. She is signing her latest title and sharing her anecdotal guidebook to alternative parental submonitions in "How to Teach Your Kids to Swear" the 2nd Bonus Edition. This anecdotal and satirical work, speaks to the taboos of swearing and appropriate communications to aimed at aiding parents through true to life fictional narrative and lessons-learned. It features mature content and is intended for parents and those readers over age 21. Ms. Lunansky has aired on national, regional and local news stations and is beginning a tour in the United States at this time. Her title is being considered by Spencer Gift Stores and Bookmasters is prepared to produce it in quantity (for Ingram) and Chapters carries her title at this time. Her title is very Well received by both educators and psychologists who state it is a healthy approach to the age old taboo of swear words, children and communications. And, the subtitle . . . "an anecdotal guide sharing alternative parental submonitions receives a lot of questions from readers who presume submonitions is a typo for either admonition or submunition but it is not. The subtitle is fairly basic, it means, "It's okay to be irreverent when the outcome is beneficial." Kim's title is anecdotal because her narrative is derived from casual observations of the parenting life. It is a guide because anecdotes she shares demonstrate exercises for improvement. It is an alternative parental submonition because the author's way of thinking is alternative. Rather than use the soap in the mouth procedural handed down through time by generations of parents (which has not cured swearing to this very day); Ms. Lunansky provides parental prompts or suggestions. And, submonition means exactly that prompting or suggestion (i.e.: sub`mo`ni´tion aka n. suggestion; prompting - Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by C. & G. Merriam Co.). The trademark demonstrates ownership of Ms. Lunansky's newest guidebook to aid parents in achieving the best for their children in addressing not only swearing but healthful parent to child relations. To order bulk copies, arrange signings and/or interviews for Ms. Lunansky and her title, "How to Teach Your Kids to Swear: an anecdotal guide to alternative parental submonitions" write to special_markets@donnaink.org. Also, visit Kim on social media: FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorKimLunansky Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/KimLunansky Wordpress Blog: kimlunansky.wordpress.com Website: www.kimlunansky.org (under development) (more...)

The Virgin Poet Brings Back Aesthetic Poetry in Public Eye
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

Poetry has been with the author who goes by the pseudonym of The Virgin Poet as a way of expressing in a spontaneous manner his ideas that have been thoroughly contemplated. Through poetry, he is able to pass the necessary moments away from society and in individualism to later reintroduce it filled with artistic airs (whenever he is making descriptions) what he has taken from society. Other times, he uses poetry to dress his personal or adopted thoughts with aesthetic vigor, so that they can be seen in a more appealing way. (more...)

Murder Mystery Unravels in 'Batavia Shores'
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

Kenneth Frederick Stewart has written a lot of family history booklets. When he retired, he put his efforts to complete his fiction stories, one of which is 'Batavia Shores' (published by Xlibris AU), the long-awaited sequel to 'Devlin Pool.' (more...)

Three Homeless Teens' Adventures Show Value of Friendship
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

Tony Taouk's new novel shows readers the vagabond lives of three homeless teens and how their existence takes a dramatic turn when they attempt to find better lives for themselves. This inadvertently causes them to be mired in dangerous circumstances, forcing them to survive by 'Running through shadows' (published by Xlibris AU). (more...)

Garrick Theatre Presents NINETY, 10/02-18
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

Written by Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith, Ninety is a short portrait of a failed marriage where an artist and her ex-husband have one last 90-minute conversation before he gets re-married to a young European starlet, playing at the Garrick Theatre October 2-18. (more...)

DIRTY DANCING to Play Melbourne and Brisbane Nov. 2014-May 2015
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

Leading Australian theatre producer John Frost today announced the international hit musical Dirty Dancing would play in Melbourne and Brisbane in 2015 following its Sydney season. A decade after its World Premiere in Sydney in November 2004, Dirty Dancing will play at the Sydney Lyric Theatre from 28 November this year, then Melbourne's Princess Theatre from March and the Lyric Theatre, QPAC from May. (more...)

Operalia 2014 Winners Announced
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

Last night, after a week of competition that brought 40 young singers from 17 nations to Los Angeles, Placido Domingo announced that Rachel Willis-Sorensen, an American soprano, and Mario Chang, a Guatemalan tenor, took the top prizes tonight in the 22nd edition of Operalia, the World Opera Competition. Hosted by LA Opera at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the weeklong contest culminated tonight in a Gala Finals Concert-featuring the LA Opera Orchestra conducted by Mr. Domingo at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion-which was streamed live on Medici TV. (more...)

Photo Flash: Tennessee Williams-Inspired ONE ARM Opens at the Artscape Today, 8/31
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

Following a brief preview period, Abrahamse & Meyer Productions celebrate the official opening of their production of ONE ARM, a brand new adaptation of the Tennessee Williams short story by Fred Abrahamse and Marcel Meyer, with a series of photographs taken by legendary theatre photographer, Pat Bromilow Downing. (more...)

BROADWAY AU CARRE Second Season Premieres on September 3
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

'Broadway au Carre' keeps bringing American musical theatre to Paris, with its second season premiering on Wednesday, September 3rd. (more...)

Circle Theatre Presents CARRIE THE MUSICAL 9/04-20
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

Circle Theatre finishes the Main Stage season in September of 2014 with the musical thriller CARRIE THE MUSICAL , running September 4 through 20 . (more...)

Broadway at the Cabaret - Top 5 Cabaret Picks for September 1-7
by BWW Special Coverage - Aug 31, 2014

Broadway's 40 theatres aren't the only places to catch performances from your favorite stars! Well after Broadway orchestra's begin their overtures, ensemble members take their dance breaks, and performers belt out their eleven- o'clock numbers, the party continues at various cabaret venues throughout New York City. Below, BroadwayWorld brings you some cabaret highlights for this week as picked by our theatre editors, including: Elena Shaddow, Aspects of Andrew: Lloyd Webber, Broadway on 22nd Street, Molly Ryan 'Come Up and See Me Sometime' a Cheeky Tribute to Mae West, and Christine Ebersole. (more...)

HERE Arts Center Presents PYRE CANTATA , 9/04-07
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

Pyre Cantata, an electric new R&B musical, will be performed at HERE on September 4th - 7th. This mythic, soulful, vocally pyrotechnic adaptation of Antigone follows four young siblings as they try to fix the broken city of Thebes. The music, a soulful fusion of R&B, gospel, and musical theatre exquisitely sews together quick humor with alarming tragedy. Appealing to lovers of Greek drama and good music alike, Pyre Cantata is a fiery new twist on a centuries-old myth. (more...)

Craig Jessup Sings THE GLORY OF LOVE, 9/19
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

Acclaimed Bay Area crooner Craig Jessup returns to the concert stage with another collection of classics from the Great American Songbook on September 19 at 8pm at 142 Throckmorton Theatre (142 Throckmorton Ave., Mill Valley). (more...)

Bayou City Theatrics Presents THE LAST FIVE YEARS 9/5-13
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

THE LAST FIVE YEARS plays a limited engagement with five performances, September 5, 6 at 8:00 p.m., September 7 at 5:00 p.m. as Well as September 12 and 13 at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase at www.BayouCityTheatrics.com or at the door, though BCT suggests advanced purchases, to secure admission to their intimate venue. (more...)

Emily Marsh Stars in United Solo Performance, TRANSFIXED BY THE DAHLIA, 9/20
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

Transfixed By the Dahlia, starring Emily Marsh, will be playing at Theatre Row Studios 410 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036 Sept 20th at 7:30 pm. (more...)

Theatre Off Jackson Presents THE BUNNER SISTERS 9/18-10/05
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

Athena Theatre Project and Theatre Off Jackson present THE BUNNER SISTERS from the novella by Edith Wharton adapted and directed by Julie Beckman, September 18-October 5. (more...)

Upcoming Equity Auditions Sunday, Aug. 31
by - Aug 31, 2014

Upcoming Equity Auditions from Sunday, August 31, 2014. (more...)

Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 8/30-8/31/2014
by - Aug 31, 2014

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Sunday, August 31, 2014 - Sunday, August 31, 2014. (more...)

BWW Reviews: IT'S JUST SEX Will Make You Cry Through Your Laughter
by Gil Kaan - Aug 31, 2014

In It's Just Sex, multi-award-winning producer Rick Rose has concocted the perfect cocktail for the main soiree of this piece; expertly blending one part-genius script of Jeff Gould; one part-firm and slick-paced directing by himself (Rose); one part-clean, efficient, non-obtrusive production elements; and seven parts-talented troupe of actors. (more...)

BWW Reviews: SDT New Works Laboratory's Fun and Funny Production of FOUR SUGARS
by Chris Gibson - Aug 31, 2014

It's always nice to have the opportunity to attend something new and fresh when you see as many shows as I do, and local playwright/actor/director Stephen Peirick's original play, FOUR SUGARS, delivers an engaging and entertaining experience. In this age of cynicism we currently find ourselves in, it's also a relief, emotionally at least, to find something that's both amusing and hopeful. A Well acted and directed presentation of this work was recently produced as part of of SDT's (Stray Dog Theatre) New Works Laboratory (August 21-23), and played to packed houses at the Tower Grove Abbey that definitely appreciated the humor and antics Peirick has crafted. Count me among those who found this to be a wonderfully funny show that truly deserves the warm response that it received. (more...)

Beatrice Williams-Rude Releases Mirthful New Memoir
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

NEW YORK - Beatrice Williams-Rude's mostly merry memoir chronicles her experiences as an innocent who arrives in Manhattan during the golden age of Broadway and TV in quest of a career in theater-or, dream number one, opera. 'Misadventures of a Would-Be Muse' (published by Xlibris) details episodes in her life including the people with whom she crossed paths: famous and celebrated, powerful but infamous, financiers and frauds, lechers and protectors. She names those who helped and those who hindered. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Viljoen's THE KINGMAKERS a Fascinating and Lightning Paced Character Study
by David Fick - Aug 31, 2014

In THE KINGMAKERS, Viljoen turns his hand to political satire, delving into the dark side of oppositional politics, where the word of the spin doctors is law and where secrets hold more weight than transparency. (more...)

Broadway Vet Victoria Mallory Dies at 64
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2014

BroadwayWorld.com has confirmed the sad news this morning that actress Victoria Mallory died on August 30, 2014 after a battle with pancreatic cancer. She leaves behind her husband (and former A Little Night Music co-star) Mark Lambert, and daughter Ramona Mallory Lambert, also an actress. (more...)

BWW Exclusive: A NEW BRAIN in Melbourne
by Brett Considine - Aug 31, 2014

A New Brain is one of William Finn's his many exquisite musical theatre works. Producer Phill Scanlon let BWW view one of the final rehearsals before A NEW BRAIN opens at the Doncaster Playhouse from September 12. Based on what we saw, this show promises heart and music. (more...)

BWW Blog: Soul Body System - The Missing Link for Ultimate Health and Hotness?
by Mark Fisher Fitness - Aug 31, 2014

So, you just finished your makeover/diet/boot camp/juice cleanse/paleo/gluten-free/retreat. You entered as an emotional eating sugar addict with a wicked muffin top. In a few short weeks, the muffin top is gone. You are feeling pretty good. But in the back of your mind, the thought pops up: (more...)

BWW Recap: Coincidences Don't Exist for INTRUDERS
by Courtney Henley - Aug 30, 2014

Last Saturday, BBC America achieved its highest-rated Saturday evening on record, thanks to “Doctor Who” and a little new show called “Intruders.” The latter's premiere episode, which netted about 1 million viewers in total, was a lot to handle. I get that. But if, like me, you managed to get past (or even, dare I say, enjoy) the convoluted storyline and kitten murders (RIP Loopy), you were likely running to BBC America's website to watch the second episode. Those questions need answering! (more...)

BWW Recap: OUTLANDER Invites You to Join 'The Gathering'
by Kara McCoy - Aug 30, 2014

The episode begins with a frantic Claire running through the woods, darting around trees and panting heavily, as a sentry keeps his watchful post from above. It's all wracked with tension and suspense, particularly when we recall Claire's ominous testimony at the end of last week's installment: get back to Craigh na Dun, or “die trying.” Run, Claire, run! we simple viewers implore—for all of ten seconds, until we realize, oh but of course, she's just playing a game. We, and the sentry, relax as Ms. Beauchamp emerges from the trees, a gaggle of pint-sized Scots eagerly giggling at her heels. Claire is smoothly transitioning into life at Castle Leoch, it seems—but as always, Claire is really fixated on just one thing: freedom. And no matter how much fun she and the wee bairns appear to be having, she's using the game to better explore the castle grounds. For escape routes. Oh, girl, that is clever. (more...)

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