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Public Theater [Newman Theater] (New York, NY)
425 Lafayette Street

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Based on the play by Arthur Kopit

Emily was an aviatrix who fearlessly walked on the wings of the family biplane. Just as she once plummeted dizzyingly through space, she is now falling through inner space as the result of a stroke. This extraordinary musical takes us inside Emily’s mind as she finds the light at the end of the tunnel in the cave of her memory. With breathtaking simplicity, WINGS charts her recovery as she regains her spirit to achieve new heights. Starring Ann Crumb. Directed by Jesse Cline.


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Zuckerman Museum of Art by Stanley Beaman & Sears a Cultural BeaconZuckerman Museum of Art by Stanley Beaman & Sears a Cultural Beacon
by BWW News Desk - Aug 9, 2015

In just the last year, an unlikely arts scene has emerged more than twenty-file miles north-west of downtown Atlanta. On the campus of Kennesaw State University (KSU), the state's third-largest public institution of higher-education, the Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art (ZMA) has been the impetus for this renaissance in an area of the metro formerly known more for exurban sprawl than exquisite sculptures. The ZMA, designed by Atlanta-based firm Stanley Beaman & Sears (SBS), not only brought the first art museum to a University System of Georgia institution in more than 30 years, but planted the seeds for the growth of a new cultural district in the greater Atlanta area. Kennesaw State University opened as a junior college in 1966; fueled by unbridled growth of the northern suburbs in the last two decades, the school has fostered an academic reputation attracting not just Georgians, but students from across the southeast. To meet the needs of the blossoming student population, KSU has focused on bolstering basic campus needs such as dormitories, dining halls and academic spaces as the campus flourished - construction on campus has been omnipresent in an attempt to provide for the student body, now numbering more than 30,000. By 2010, the University's permanent art collection, established in 1984, had grown to fill three galleries spread across the campus. With almost 1,000 students enrolled in the College of Arts, the arrangement was less than ideal and did little justice for the growing prestige of the program. Bernard A Zuckerman, a local philanthropist, benefactor and widower of sculptress Ruth V. Zuckerman - whose works are held in the permanent collection of KSU - recognized the need for a consolidated arts space to unite the university's collections. In 2011 Zuckerman donated $2 million to see the dream to fruition, with further support from the KSU Foundation. The location for the museum was selected adjacent to the existing Bailey Performance Center, a music and performing arts space constructed in 2007 to serve the nearby College of Arts. Small but prominent, the selected site sits on a hill above a main street through campus, envisioned to become a tree-lined pedestrian mall, which connects the residential and academic districts of campus. With the location, the University, planning to build more than just an art museum for the campus, intended the Zuckerman Museum to 'be a strong addition to the cultural fabric of the community,' said director Justin Rabideau, who, with his staff, played a hands-on role in the design process. Stanley Beaman & Sears rose to the challenges presented by site, budget, project scale and the ambitious goals of the institution. With community outreach a primary goal, Betsy Beaman, AIA, a principal of SBS, stated that the architects conceived the building to stand out from the predominantly red-and-beige brick buildings which compose the campus. In that goal, the museum is a resounding success. Distinctive, though far from out of place, SBS contextualized the building to its surroundings through appropriation and redeployment of proximate campus design elements - the cadence of an existing retaining wall, the striations on the big brick volume of the theater of the Bailey, etc. - onto the façade of the Zuckerman Museum. Although the 9,200-square-foot building slips into the side of a hill crowned by the much larger mass of the Bailey Performance Center, the museum immediately asserts itself with its striking bold black and glossy white façade. Rotated off-axis, the building directly addresses a main vehicular entry to the campus, announcing arrival at the new 'Arts District.' A two-story glass atrium highlighting the public circulation space and entrance stands at the corner of the building, adjacent to the parking lot and primary pedestrian path. The entrance is marked by an unobtrusive awning created by a subtle outward cant of the upper portion of the façade. The exterior materials indicate the function of the straightforward interior spatial arrangement. Most of the façade at ground level is composed of black concrete block, lending a sense of stability and rigidity to the edifice, appropriately enwrapping the storage and support spaces. The second floor, which contains the gallery space, is veiled in light white metal panels, providing excellent contrast to the heavy massing below. The parapet is crenelated in a pattern based on the Fibonacci sequence. Adding a layer of texture, the design move pays homage to the importance of the mathematical phenomena in nature, visual art and music. Inside, the highlight of the building is the light-filled second floor gathering space, which connects the entry stair to the Bailey Performance Center. Light filters through frosted glazing on the east side of the building, while across a terrace to the west, patrons catch a glimpse of Kennesaw Mountain. The space is used for visual art exhibits as well as performance art pieces; Rabideau likens it to a 'laboratory' for all art forms. In expectation of further growth, the space is situated to become a central lobby between two Wings of an expanded museum. A space as much for education as exhibition, the 'laboratory' is often used for lectures and outreach programs in conjunction with the adjoining single gallery space. The gallery is a large room painted a light gray with polished concrete floors and a ceiling of exposed systems: an understated space designed for flexibility while allowing the focus to be decidedly on the art. For the opening exhibition, Seeing Through Walls, the space was divided by semi-permanent partitions with the perimeter walls painted a deep-blue to serve as a backdrop for works from the collection, hung salon-style. The gallery has since demonstrated its versatility, having been reconfigured to accommodate both larger installations and multi-media displays. The opening of the museum was hailed by the greater arts community and noted by Architectural Record, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Arts Atlanta - the city's preeminent art news and critique publication. Success was not without controversy, with a highly publicized art censorship debate which arose surrounding the removal of Ruth Stanford's 'A Walk in the Valley' before the opening of the gallery. No great triumph can be without adversity, and upon reinstatement of the installation, the museum has garnered nothing but positive attention with a myriad of exhibitions in the intervening year. Recognized by AIA Georgia with a Citation of Excellence for 2014, the museum has attracted attention from the architectural community among nationally recognized high-profile projects which also opened in Atlanta last year. Additionally, and perhaps more importantly, the greater-Atlanta community has recognized the importance of the space. Patron numbers have tripled in the year since the opening and the museum was recognized as the 'Best New Art Museum' by Atlanta Magazine. In December 2014, Curbed Atlanta listed the Zuckerman among the top ten 'Biggest Development Debuts' of the year, putting it among high-profile downtown developments such as Freelon Group's National Center for Civil and Human Rights and tvsdesign's National College Football Hall of Fame. The ZMA was built to be an iconic addition to the KSU campus. The goal was ultimately realized through major collaboration of University stakeholders, museum staff, donors and the design team of Stanley Beaman & Sears. A small fish in the big pond of Atlanta cultural institutions, the Zuckerman Museum of Art at Kennesaw State University has, in just a year, established a name for itself and has already become a beacon for art for the region. (more...)

NY Public Library for the Performing Arts Curator Doug Reside on Broadway on TourNY Public Library for the Performing Arts Curator Doug Reside on Broadway on Tour
by NYPL for the Performing Arts - Aug 31, 2015

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Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 8/29/2015
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Broadway Veterans Round Out Cast of Arena Stage's Reimagined OLIVER!Broadway Veterans Round Out Cast of Arena Stage's Reimagined OLIVER!
by BWW News Desk - Aug 28, 2015

Molly Smith directs her 30th production as Artistic Director of Arena Stage with a gritty and relevant take on the Tony Award-winning musical Oliver!, blending the chaotic worlds of 19th-century Victorian London with 2015 London. Smith's new in-the-round staging infuses a modern edge to the classic musical about an innocent orphan thrown into the dark world of double-dealing thieves and conmen, highlighting the disparity between classes and dangerous life on London's streets today. Featuring a remarkable score including 'You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two,' 'Consider Yourself,' 'Where is Love?' and 'Food, Glorious Food,' Oliver! runs October 30, 2015-January 3, 2016 in the Fichandler Stage at Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater. (more...)

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Pearl (www.PearlTheShow.com), a new American-Chinese dance-theatre spectacular, inspired by the life of Pearl S. Buck, the first woman to win both the Nobel and the Pulitzer Prizes, will have its world premiere at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center for 4 performances only, August 27-30th. The story, focusing on the substantial influence Pearl had on both Chinese and Western cultures, will be brought to life through new choreography by Daniel Ezralow (Ezralow Dance Company, MOMIX, Sochi Olympics Opening Ceremony, Academy Awards), a new score composed by Jun Miyake (collaborations with Robert Wilson, Pina Bausch, David Byrne and Oliver Stone) dazzling visuals and a company of 30 American and Chinese dancers. (more...)

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On September 2nd and 3rd, You're A Good Man Charlie Brown The Musical, is coming to 54 BELOW. But this isn't your usual production of the show. This concert version of the musical will have a cast of kids, (12-13 years old) which is different from past productions of the show, since it is usually performed with a cast of adults playing children. (more...)

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by BWW News Desk - Aug 27, 2015

WASHINGTON)—Washington National Opera (WNO) today announced details for the fourth season of the American Opera Initiative, its comprehensive commissioning program that brings contemporary American stories to the stage while fostering the talents of rising American composers and librettists. Three pairings of new opera composers and librettists—Christopher Weiss and John de los Santos, David Clay Mettens and Joshua McGuire, and Sarah Hutchings and Mark Sonnenblick—will premiere new one-act operas, each based on a contemporary American story, in a semi-staged concert performance on December 2, 2015 in the Kennedy Center Terrace Theater. Composer Luna Pearl Woolf and librettist Caitlin Vincent, an alumnus of the program's second season, will present their new hour-long work Better Gods—based on the life of Queen Lili'uokalani, the last monarch of Hawaii—on January 8 and 9, 2016 in the Terrace Theater. (more...)

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by TV News Desk - Aug 26, 2015

The two-part program airs Wednesdays, September 23 and 30, 2015 at 8 p.m. (ET) on PBS (check local listings). After each broadcast, the episode will be available for online streaming atpbs.org/nature. (more...)

Michelle and Clifton Cottom Launch ASIA'S NEW WINGSMichelle and Clifton Cottom Launch ASIA'S NEW WINGS
by BWW News Desk - Aug 25, 2015

On her way to an exciting school trip to California, Asia was aboard Flight 77 that crashed into the Pentagon on the fateful morning. She was just 11 years old at the time of her death. Now, her story is told through her parent's recollection of her love, laughter and light. The book was originally released through Next Century Publishing and is available for purchase at http://amzn.to/1hD4w4V. (more...)

Ballard Institute to Present International Paper Theater Performances, 9/3Ballard Institute to Present International Paper Theater Performances, 9/3
by BWW News Desk - Aug 25, 2015

 The Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry at Storrs Center will present an exciting evening program of three family-friendly works for paper theater--also known as toy theater--on Thursday, September 3 at 7:30 p.m.  This travelling paper theater mini-festival features puppeteers from Mexico City's Facto Teatro, Berlin-based graphic artist and puppeteer Barbara Steinetz, and John Bell and Trudi Cohen of New York City's Great Small Works company. Tickets for these family-friendly performances are $12. (more...)

ARCTIC REQUIEM: THE STORY OF LUKE COLE AND KIVALINA to Play Z Below Theater, 10/23-11/15ARCTIC REQUIEM: THE STORY OF LUKE COLE AND KIVALINA to Play Z Below Theater, 10/23-11/15
by BWW News Desk - Aug 25, 2015

BootStrap Theater Foundation is pleased to announce the world premiere of 'Arctic Requiem: The Story of Luke Cole and Kivalina' created by Sharmon J. Hilfinger and Joan McMillen, directed by Tracy Ward. This multifaceted theatrical production will run October 23 - November 15 at San Francisco's Z Below Theater 450 Florida Street with an Opening Night on Sunday, October 25, 5 p.m. (more...)

Paul McCartney to Bring 'Out There' Tour to Joe Louis Arena, 10/21Paul McCartney to Bring 'Out There' Tour to Joe Louis Arena, 10/21
by BWW News Desk - Aug 25, 2015

Fresh off an undeniably historic headline performance at this year's Lollapalooza hailed without exception as the biggest and best in the festival's 25 year history, Paul McCartney has confirmed five new North American arena dates on the universally acclaimed Out There tour. McCartney will perform at Joe Louis Arena on Wednesday, October 21 at 8 p.m.   (more...)

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by Christina Mancuso - Aug 24, 2015

Now in its sixth year, the Emerald City Half and Quarter Marathon presented by M3S Sports is a true gem of a race, offering courses that start and finish at the OhioHealth Dublin Methodist Hospital, wind through the Dublin community and feature the beautiful Glacier Ridge Metro Park.  A sold-out field of 3,500 runners and walkers participated in this year's race that also included the 'Run for Fallen Heroes' charity run for the fourth year.  This charity run featured two three-man relay teams of firefighters who ran in full gear, stopping each mile to change their self-contained breathing apparatus, all to benefit the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation.  (more...)

George Wendt and Tim Kazurinsky to Star in FUNNYMAN Premiere at Northlight This FallGeorge Wendt and Tim Kazurinsky to Star in FUNNYMAN Premiere at Northlight This Fall
by BWW News Desk - Aug 24, 2015

Northlight Theatre, under the direction of Artistic Director BJ Jones and Executive Director Timothy J. Evans, presents the World Premiere of Bruce Graham's FUNNYMAN, kicking off Northlight's 41st Season.  (more...)

Paul McCartney Confirms North American Arena 'Out There' Tour This OctoberPaul McCartney Confirms North American Arena 'Out There' Tour This October
by BWW News Desk - Aug 24, 2015

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The Fix has exactly what it takes to be a smashing production! Clever, dazzling and perfect for a Washington audience, The Fix is a must see at Signature. (more...)

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VIDEO: Marian Seldes Shares Performance Memories on Rick McKay's THE GOLDEN AGE FILM TRILOGYVIDEO: Marian Seldes Shares Performance Memories on Rick McKay's THE GOLDEN AGE FILM TRILOGY
by Stage Tube - Aug 23, 2015

Rick McKay has shared another video from his trilogy, BROADWAY: THE GOLDEN AGE. In his words, 'Here is a tribute to my pal Marian Seldes, one of the great actresses of the stage of the last century and well into this one. Marian passed away yesterday, leaving many of us devastated. However, she lived a long, full life and touched many, many people with her work. In her later career she was known variously as "Broadway's Quiet Lioness," "The First Lady of Broadway," or as theater critic Clive Barnes called her, 'America's theatrical diva for our time.' Check out the tribute video below! (more...)

MONSTER MAKERS Set for Old Library TheatreMONSTER MAKERS Set for Old Library Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Aug 20, 2015

Last year, OLT's Reader's Theatre brought you the original musical A Dream of Wings - providing patrons with the opportunity to hear an original musical in development and provide feedback to its writer/composer. This year, we're presenting our second original musical - Stephen Dolginoff's Monster Makers. (more...)

Ann Hampton Callaway to Release New Christmas Album This FallAnn Hampton Callaway to Release New Christmas Album This Fall
by BWW News Desk - Aug 20, 2015

THE HOPE OF CHRISTMAS is a new collection of Christmas songs interpreted by multiplatinum-selling singer, Tony nominated actress, pianist and leading champion of the American songbook, Ann Hampton Callaway, with lyrics by two-time Emmy® Award winner William Schermerhorn, and featuring twenty-nine of the world's best jazz musicians, including Five Play, New York Voices, Hubert Laws, Claudio Roditi, Gerald Albright, The Ted Rosenthal Trio and more. The recording will be released on Friday, October 9 by the MCG Jazz record label (Marty Ashby, producer). (more...)

Neil Diamond Tribute Artist Jay White to Grace the Stage at the Suncoast Showroom, 9/12Neil Diamond Tribute Artist Jay White to Grace the Stage at the Suncoast Showroom, 9/12
by BWW News Desk - Aug 19, 2015

Local entertainer Jay White will commemorate Neil Diamond in a one-night-only tribute performance at the Suncoast Showroom, Sept 12. (more...)

The National Museum's Scotland Listings Until October 31st Include WATERLOO: AFTER THE BATTLE, PHOTOGRAPHY: A VICTORIAN SENSATION and MoreThe National Museum's Scotland Listings Until October 31st Include WATERLOO: AFTER THE BATTLE, PHOTOGRAPHY: A VICTORIAN SENSATION and More
by BWW News Desk - Aug 19, 2015

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Flamenco Festival Founders Debut 25-Year Retrospective Commemorating LegacyFlamenco Festival Founders Debut 25-Year Retrospective Commemorating Legacy
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2015

 Flamenco Rosario brings the fierce and intimate flamenco retrospective Fast-Forward Rewind, September 26, 2015 at 8pm to the Waterfront Theatre in celebration of the Vancouver International Flamenco Festival's 25th anniversary. Performing excerpts from four poetic works, the pioneers and founders of the local flamenco movement will take audiences on a spellbinding journey through Flamenco Rosario's creative legacy, while showcasing the evolution of the art form with the presentation of each work. (more...)

MY LAUGHABLE LOVE LIFE to Play Melbourne Fringe FestivalMY LAUGHABLE LOVE LIFE to Play Melbourne Fringe Festival
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2015

A hopeless Joe finds himself backstage at the Miss World pageant. What happens in the Wings will forever change his romantic destiny. Watch him fight tooth and nail to land his dream girl: (more...)

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RAPID DELIVERY IMPROV Welcomes New Troupe MembersRAPID DELIVERY IMPROV Welcomes New Troupe Members
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2015

RAPID DELIVERY IMPROV (RDI) is excited to welcome two new cast members: Dave Bisson and Brandon Holstine, with a special public performance on the Civic main stage. Bisson and Holstine recently completed the bi-level training program at the Civics' nationally renowned School of Theatre Arts. RDI Director, Bart Sumner, notes 'It's is exciting to grow the Troupe, and Dave and Brandon are talented performers and great additions.' (more...)

Discovery Family Channel to Premiere New Series BABIES BEHAVING BADLY, 9/4Discovery Family Channel to Premiere New Series BABIES BEHAVING BADLY, 9/4
by TV News Desk - Aug 18, 2015

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by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2015

A historic hotel with a blend of American Western, German and Native American culture, Hotel Alex Johnson Rapid City today joined Curio - A Collection by Hilton. As Hilton Worldwide's (NYSE: HLT) rapidly-expanding global collection of distinctive hotels, Curio caters to passionate travelers seeking local discovery and authentic experiences. Located in the heart of downtown Rapid City and near Main Street Square, Hotel Alex Johnson Rapid City, Curio Collection by Hilton is located just steps from a variety of award-winning restaurants and some of the region's most diverse shopping and entertainment venues. (more...)

Student Veterans of OU to Host Film Screening to Honor Military, First Responders, 8/21Student Veterans of OU to Host Film Screening to Honor Military, First Responders, 8/21
by Movies News Desk - Aug 17, 2015

In collaboration with campus and community partners, the Oakland University student organization Student Veterans of OU (SVOU) is hosting a special event to spotlight heroic men and women in uniform. (more...)

Norm Macdonald 'Assumes The Suit' As The Real Colonel Sanders To Introduce $20 Family Fill Up MealNorm Macdonald 'Assumes The Suit' As The Real Colonel Sanders To Introduce $20 Family Fill Up Meal
by BWW News Desk - Aug 17, 2015

On the heels of the widely lauded May ad campaign, Kentucky Fried Chicken continues to weave Colonel Sanders into the fabric of American pop culture with its latest advertising spots featuring "Last Comic Standing" judge and "Saturday Night Live" veteran Norm Macdonald as its iconic, ribbon-tied founder. The "Real" Colonel Sanders is now back to sell the world's greatest chicken. (more...)

Photo Flash: PAINTING HIS WINGS Plays The Kraine Theatre at NY International Fringe FestivalPhoto Flash: PAINTING HIS WINGS Plays The Kraine Theatre at NY International Fringe Festival
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2015

PAINTING HIS Wings will perform at The Kraine Theater, 85 E 4th Street, New York City, now through August 25. Take a look at shots from the show below! (more...)

Neil Berg's 100 YEARS OF BROADWAY Set for bergenPAC, 9/26Neil Berg's 100 YEARS OF BROADWAY Set for bergenPAC, 9/26
by BWW News Desk - Aug 14, 2015

Bergen Performing Arts Center located at 30 North Van Brunt Street in Englewood, New Jersey presents Neil Berg's 100 Years of Broadway, Saturday, September 26th, 2015 at 8PM. Purchase tickets to see the composer/lyricist at www.ticketmaster.com or Box Office at 201.227.1030.  (more...)

Spend the Happiest Hour of the Day with Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas ResortsSpend the Happiest Hour of the Day with Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts
by BWW News Desk - Aug 13, 2015

Celebrate the best hour of the day with Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts and enjoy a variety of beverage and dining Happy Hour options. (more...)

MY MOTHER'S ITALIAN, MY FATHER'S JEWISH & I'M IN THERAPY! to Play WPPAC, 9/30-11/1MY MOTHER'S ITALIAN, MY FATHER'S JEWISH & I'M IN THERAPY! to Play WPPAC, 9/30-11/1
by BWW News Desk - Aug 13, 2015

The international hit comedy MY MOTHER'S ITALIAN, MY FATHER'S JEWISH & I'M IN THERAPY!, featuring Peter J. Fogel, comes to the White Plains Performing Arts Center for a five week engagement, September 30 - November 1. (more...)

Des O'Connor & Jimmy Tarbuck to Perform at the London Palladium in OctoberDes O'Connor & Jimmy Tarbuck to Perform at the London Palladium in October
by BWW News Desk - Aug 12, 2015

Showbiz legends Des O'Connor and Jimmy Tarbuck will perform together on stage for the first time ever on Sunday 4th October at The London Palladium. (more...)

Alabama Tourism Department Brings Barbecue Masters To AtlantaAlabama Tourism Department Brings Barbecue Masters To Atlanta
by BWW News Desk - Aug 12, 2015

With 2015 declared as the 'Year of Alabama BBQ,' the Alabama Tourism Department is proud to announce The Masters of Alabama Barbecue photo exhibit and tour will be on-site at the Atlanta Bar-B-Q Festival this week. The photo exhibit, spotlighting 26 popular Alabama barbecue chefs and their favorite dishes, is touring top barbecue festivals across the nation, having made its first stop at Memphis in May. Accompanying the exhibit will be the new 57-minute documentary film titled Q - Alabama Barbecue Legends that features interviews with barbecue greats such as John Bishop Jr. from Dreamland, Don McLemore and Chris Lilly from Big Bob Gibson, Nick Pihakis from Jim 'N Nick's, Van Sykes from Bob Sykes and many others. (more...)

Megan Hilty to Play Valley Performing Arts Center, 9/24Megan Hilty to Play Valley Performing Arts Center, 9/24
by BWW News Desk - Aug 12, 2015

Valley Performing Arts Center (VPAC) presents Megan Hilty In Concert on Thursday, September 24 at 8:00 pm.  The vivacious star of Wicked at the Pantages Theatre, New York Encores' Gentleman Prefer Blondes and 9 to 5: The Musical at the Ahmanson and on Broadway, as well as the NBC hit television series Smash, Megan takes the stage for an unforgettable evening of Broadway standards, Hollywood favorites, and songs from her album, It Happens all the Time. (more...)

Michael McDonald Sets Christmas Concert Dates at Fabulous Fox Theatre, 11/28Michael McDonald Sets Christmas Concert Dates at Fabulous Fox Theatre, 11/28
by Nora Dominick - Aug 11, 2015

Michael McDonald will bring his This Christmas, An Evening of Holiday & Hits Tour to the Fabulous Fox Theatre Saturday, November 28 at 8:00 p.m. The night will include some of his hits as well as holiday favorites that will surely put you in the spirit. (more...)

BWW Previews: BLACKER by Russ Weatherford at Urban Stages, 8/26 to 9/3BWW Previews: BLACKER by Russ Weatherford at Urban Stages, 8/26 to 9/3
by Marina Kennedy - Aug 10, 2015

'Blacker' by Russ Weatherford will be at Urban Stages for an exclusive engagement from Wednesday, August 26th through Thursday September 3rd. (more...)

Blind Athlete Wins Second in First Judo Tournament; Goal of 2020 Paralympic GamesBlind Athlete Wins Second in First Judo Tournament; Goal of 2020 Paralympic Games
by BWW News Desk - Aug 10, 2015

Those who succeed in Judo learn early that attitude, practice, determination and dedication are only the start of becoming a Judoka (Judo athlete). Edgar Cabachuela, twenty-seven years ago entered the world premature at only five months. Oxygen to a new born is essential but can cause blindness. Edgar was no exception. (more...)

THE SLEEPING BEAUTY to Make World Premiere with The Australian Ballet, Sept 15THE SLEEPING BEAUTY to Make World Premiere with The Australian Ballet, Sept 15
by BWW News Desk - Aug 10, 2015

Amongst a royal palace, magical fairy tale gardens and an opulent Louis XIV's masked ball, the world's most extravagant ballet is awakened to new life by The Australian Ballet's Artistic Director David McAllister, when The Sleeping Beauty has its world premiere on 15 September 2015. The long-awaited production makes its debut in Melbourne before touring to Perth from 7-10 October and Sydney from 27 November-16 December. (more...)

The Golden Dragon Acrobats to Return to the Fox Theatre with CIRQUE ZIVA This SpringThe Golden Dragon Acrobats to Return to the Fox Theatre with CIRQUE ZIVA This Spring
by BWW News Desk - Aug 10, 2015

The Golden Dragon Acrobats will return to the Fox Theatre with a performance of Cirque Ziva on Sunday, April 10, 2016 at 3 p.m. Cirque Ziva is a fast-paced, technically innovative and beautifully presented spectacle for all ages. (more...)

Australian Ballet, to Premiere David McAllister's THE SLEEPING BEAUTY, 9/15Australian Ballet, to Premiere David McAllister's THE SLEEPING BEAUTY, 9/15
by BWW News Desk - Aug 10, 2015

Amongst a royal palace, magical fairy tale gardens and an opulent Louis XIV's masked ball, the world's most extravagant ballet is awakened to new life by The Australian Ballet's Artistic Director David McAllister, when The Sleeping Beauty has its world premiere on 15 September 2015. The long-awaited production makes its debut in Melbourne before touring to Perth from 7-10 October and Sydney from 27 November-16 December. (more...)

'Searching for the Trail of the Hump' program kicks off in Sichuan'Searching for the Trail of the Hump' program kicks off in Sichuan
by BWW News Desk - Aug 10, 2015

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