Batabano Cayman Islands Festival Astonishes With Thousands of Spectacular Costumes, Food, Drink and Music
by Anton Anderssen - May 4, 2016

The Batabano Cayman Islands Festival is a spectacle of color, dance, music, food, drink and celebration. Held annually in May, Miss Cayman Islands shares her passion about this theatrical event. (more...)

TWAS A GIRLS NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS to Play City Theatre, 12/1-4
by BWW News Desk - May 3, 2016

From the producers of the box office smash "Girls Night: The Musical" comes the new must see holiday show, "Twas A Girls Night Before Christmas: The Musical." The show will make its City Theatre debut just in time for the holidays on Thursday, December 1 through Sunday, December 4. (more...)

BWW Exclusive: Dame Judi Dench Discusses Shakespeare, Her Passion, CATS, Potential Broadway Return
by Matt Tamanini - May 27, 2016

Only some are able to ever identify their specific passion, far fewer are able to achieve, and only a select handful are able to make their passion their life's work; Judi Dench is one of those few. When I asked her why, despite a career spanning more than five and a half decades, and nearly every major acting award the world over, she continues to return to the plays of William Shakespeare, in a tone exceedingly gentle, yet slightly dismayed that the question need even be asked, she said, 'Cause that's my passion, Matt.' (more...)

TONY AWARD Nominations Announced LIVE Tomorrow; Nikki M. James to Replace Patina Miller
by TV News Desk - May 2, 2016

Each spring the entire Broadway community gets ready for the biggest announcement of the year: which shows and artists will receive nominations for the American Theatre Wing's Tony Awards®. (more...)

New Comedy LE SWITCH Opens 6/17 at Jungle Theater
by BWW News Desk - May 19, 2016

? This summer, the Jungle Theater presents a witty, affectionate and timely comedy about what it means to be committed, alive and in love in the era of marriage equality. LE SWITCH, by "the richly talented Chicago writer" Philip Dawkins (Chicago Tribune), is on stage June 17-July 31 at the Lyn-Lake neighborhood theater, 2951 Lyndale Ave. S. in Minneapolis. The Playwrights' Center Artistic Director Jeremy Cohen makes his directorial debut at the Jungle with this production. (more...)

BWW Interview: GUYS AND DOLLS' Miss Adelaide, Samantha Spiro!
by Carrie Dunn - May 12, 2016

We talk to Samantha Spiro about playing Miss Adelaide in the West End production of Guys and Dolls! (more...)

Hottest Articles on BWWBooksWorld.com for 2/28/2016 - 3/6/2016
by BWW - Mar 6, 2016

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BWW Preview: ADVENTURES BY DISNEY 3 New US Vacations
by Marina Kennedy - Mar 4, 2016

Adventures by Disney, an award-winning leader in guided group travel worldwide, has announced three new United States vacations available beginning this summer. (more...)

Bobby Cannavale, Laura Linney, Peter Dinklage & More Set for Labyrinth's Benefit Reading of THE CHERRY ORCHARD
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2016

Labyrinth Theater Company, the award-winning, nationally renowned theater company, will stage a reading of Company Member Jonathan Marc Sherman's adaptation of The Cherry Orchard, Texas Red on April 24, benefiting the Company's new play development programs. This one-night-only event will feature Labyrinth Company Members Bobby Cannavale, Chris Chalk, Ethan Hawke, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Portia, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Yul Vazquez and guest artists Paul Dano, Peter Dinklage, Maya Hawke, Zoe Kazan, and Laura Linney. Cast subject to continuing availability. (more...)

San Diego Gay Men's Chorus to Present CALIFORNIA DREAMIN'
by BWW News Desk - Mar 21, 2016

Go west this spring as the award-winning San Diego Gay Men's Chorus premieres its highly anticipated new show California Dreamin' at the historic Balboa Theatre on April 23 and 24. (more...)

BWW Review: THE BOOK OF MORMON Raises Cain at the Orpheum
by Caroline Sposto - Mar 18, 2016

Typically the press night buzz at the Memphis Orpheum starts in the lobby . . . or at least inside the foyer. Last night, however, it radiated for two square blocks in all directions as Mormon missionaries turned out in force to meet and greet theater goers. These clean-cut, youth, armed with literature and disarming smiles had driven all the way from Little Rock. They weren't protesting the show, just using the opportunity to tell their side the world Trey Parker and Matt Stone (Creators of South Park) and Robert Lopez, composer of 'Avenue Q' so famously lampooned. (more...)

Emily Browning Joins Cast of STARZ Upcoming Series AMERICAN GODS
by TV News Desk - Mar 18, 2016

Starz and FremantleMedia North America (FMNA) announced today that Emily Browning ('Sucker Punch,' 'Legend') has been cast as Laura Moon, in the upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman's acclaimed contemporary fantasy novel, AMERICAN GODS. (more...)

Emily Browning Joins Cast of Starz's AMERICAN GODS
by TV News Desk - Mar 17, 2016

Starz and FremantleMedia NORTH AMERICA (FMNA) announced today that Emily Browning ('Sucker Punch,' 'Legend') has been cast as Laura Moon, in the upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman's acclaimed contemporary fantasy novel, American Gods. The series will begin shooting in April. (more...)

Bay Area Children's Theatre's ELEPHANT & PIGGIE'S WE ARE IN A PLAY! to Open Next Month
by BWW News Desk - Mar 17, 2016

A party invitation?! Piggie is thrilled!  But when she remembers she has never been to a party, she asks her best friend Gerald, the elephant, to accompany her. Good thing Gerald knows how to party!  (more...)

BWW Interview: Noah Racey of ROAD SHOW at Signature Theatre
by Jamie McGonnigal - Mar 14, 2016

I first met Noah Racey when I was directing the 2004 Nightlife Awards at Town Hall in New York. He was performing with his co-star from Never Gonna Dance, Nancy Lemenager. If you've never seen him dance, you haven't lived. I got to chat a bit about his stay down here in DC.  (more...)

Norma Burnson Lectures at Chicago Public Library, Donates 940 Books
by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2016

In January, 2016, during the week of Martin Luther King's Birthday, The Chicago Public Library children and patrons had a Wonderful Time downloading Norma Burnson's second book, 'Sustainable Food for Globe, Everyday People Producing Food in Abundance.' The total number of downloaded books amounted to 940, making it equal to a donation of $6570.00. Mrs. Burnson is a regular visitor to the Clearing Branch of Chicago Public Library, where she enjoys lecturing and reading from her books for members of the Midwest Garden Society. Her second book in the Sustainable Food for the Globe series is doing extremely well. In February, 2016, Norma's book received a review by Dr. David Chalk, d. Tec, LCE, ADE, a renowned business specialist from British Columbia, Canada. Dr. Chalk is acknowledged worldwide as one of the brightest minds on the planet today. In his review, Dr. Chalk stated, 'An eye-opener. An inspirational book by Norma Burnson that offers knowledge and insight on the world and food sustainability. Norma offers much rich information that will change your view on how we can sustain the planet. It is a real treat to read.' In this second volume, Burnson interviews sustainability leaders worldwide who offer a myriad of ways to save the planet through sustainability, using everything from aquaponics to organic community gardens, children's lectures and food-recovery systems. The locales covered span the globe from Pakistan to the UK and, of course, her home base, the US, but the principles and how-to knowledge in the books can be applied anywhere in the world. Mrs. Burnson's third book, 'Sustainable Food for the Globe, Future Pioneers: The Children,' will focus on the many health benefits for children who garden. One of the collaborators, Hunter, is a young autistic boy who found great peace and happiness when gardening. After taking up gardening, Hunter became relaxed enough to actually have long conversations with his parents. 'Ah, Mother Nature is wise,' said Mrs. Burnson. 'All of my books focus on one obvious issue: All living creatures on earth must eat to stay alive. Educating and empowering the future generation is what my third book is all about. I believe it is vital for children to learn about permaculture and organic gardening, how to revitalize the soil and to live sustainably, for they will keep our planet vibrant and alive for centuries to come.' Mrs. Burnson's third book is scheduled for release on Earth Day, 2017. For small peeks at the madness behind the scenes prior to the publication of a book, visit Norma's blog at normaburnson.com. For more information, visit: http://www.sustainable-food-for-the-globe.com. About Norma Burnson Mrs. Burnson received The International Women's Leadership Association's Delegate Award in 2013, in recognition of services rendered as a U.S. Navy Veteran and for demonstrating leadership in national and international business arenas; for dedication to her community as a college professor and mentor; for being a sustainable food activist and humanitarian. She is the Founder and Senior Partner at Burnson & Associates, LP and Director of Fundraising, Energime University, an innovative institution that teaches sustainability subjects worldwide. Media Contact Information: Author's Page: http://ow.ly/MmsDg Blog: normaburnson.com Email: SFFTG.NB@gmail.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BurnsonAssociatesLP Twitter: @NBurnson Website: www.sustainable-food-for-the-globe.com (more...)

BWW Blog: Nanjibah Khan - Growing in the Theatre
by Guest Blogger: Nanjibah Khan - Jun 6, 2016

My interest in the theatre had started at a very young age. The place where I finally pursued the theatre was at Parkway Middle School of the Arts. It feels like I had walked in here just a few days ago, but the fact that we're leaving in a few days is still surprising to me. I have noticed that a lot of us had started off as mere amateurs. We just decided to try something that seemed fun! But over the years, we've got to see each other grow and improve in so many aspects… And it's fascinating how far everyone has come. (more...)

BWW Interview: A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE Tony Nominee Mark Strong Can't Wait To Get Back To Broadway
by Michael Dale - Jun 4, 2016

He won an Olivier Award for his performance in the Arthur Miller classic and now he's up for a Tony. (more...)

BWW Interview: Keith Carradine on the New Encores! Cast Album of PAINT YOUR WAGON
by Adrienne Onofri - Jun 3, 2016

The cast album from City Center's 'Paint Your Wagon', starring Carradine, has just come out. (more...)

SINGING TOGETHER Radio Play to Be Broadcast on BBC June 6
by BWW News Desk - Jun 3, 2016

Eight young actors and three professional actors will soon be heard on a radio play set in Swindon and Wiltshire. In a first for Prime Theatre, Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival and BBC Wiltshire, 'Singing Together' is the story of a choir of World War Two evacuees coming to Swindon and being billeted all across the county. (more...)

Ann Barrett Pens DAUGHTER OF HONOR
by BWW News Desk - Jun 24, 2016

Ann Barrett, a retired Army veteran and dedicated writer, has completed her new book 'The Black River': a charming and entertaining tale of a raccoon and an opossum that set out to find adventure, despite the warnings of their parents. (more...)

Colorado Shakespeare Festival to Continue Season with CYMBELINE
by BWW News Desk - Jun 21, 2016

The Colorado Shakespeare Festival continues its season of myths, legends and fairy tales with the classic, fantasy-like 'Cymbeline.' From battle scenes to mistaken identities to a magical love story, this timeless play still sweeps audiences of all ages off their feet more than 400 years after it was first staged. Performances run July 14-Aug. 7 in CU Boulder's University Theatre. (more...)

BWW Review: THE WIZARD OF OZ Wows at The MUNY
by Chris Gibson - Jun 17, 2016

THE WIZARD OF OZ opens The MUNY's 98th season this year, and it's a lively and colorful production that provides an enjoyable experience for kids of all ages. This is an excellent presentation of one of The MUNY's most beloved shows, filled with fine performances and enough action to keep even the tiniest of tykes fully engaged. Yes, I know the unseasonably hot weather we're currently experiencing is a consideration for a lot of patrons, but with the fans running at full blast, you'll find it's a lot more comfortable than you would expect. My son and I had a blast, and this is the fourth production of the musical he's seen, and as he said, easily the best. It's a perfect show to take the family to, and one I know that you'll have an absolutely Wonderful Time seeing. It's also a larger than life spectacle that fits the expansive MUNY stage like a glove. (more...)

BWW Blog: Aimee Hunsinger - Full Swing at the Barn
by Guest Blogger: Aimee Hunsinger - Jun 16, 2016

Sorry for the late update but things are in full swing here at the barn. I am finishing up the first week of rehearsals for Peace Love and Cupcakes! The main stage show Smoke on the Mountain opened this week! (It's fantastic) The first show downstairs began rehearsals and it already sounds amazing! Everything is in full swing and the barn is busy once again. (more...)

BWW Interview - Lyricist Glenn Slater Talks SCHOOL OF ROCK, TANGLED & Possible GALAVANT Stage Show
by Caryn Robbins - Jun 1, 2016

Today Slater speaks exclusively with BWW about his remarkable career and shares details on the possibility that GALAVANT and TANGLED may one day make their way to the Great White Way! (more...)

BWW Review: MATILDA is the Must See Summer Musical
by Alan Henry - Jul 8, 2016

A brilliant production of Matilda the Musical opened last night in Toronto at The Ed Mirvish Theatre. The show, which I saw in in London with the original cast, is truly a family musical for the age we currently live in. (more...)

BWW Review: GILBERT AND SULLIVAN IN CHATHAM Guarantees Evening of Fun
by Kristen Morale - Jul 6, 2016

The Chatham Drama Guild, Chatham's own community theater group which brings a variety of entertaining performances to its audiences each year, presents Gilbert and Sullivan in Chatham: a musical revue dedicated to bringing forth an appreciation (or perhaps an even greater one depending on how familiar you are with the pair's works) of Gilbert and Sullivan musicals well and lesser-known alike. Actors at the Guild, many of whose familiar faces appear once again this time around, have brought many such past revues to life, giving audiences the chance to enjoy a pleasant, entertaining night out while giving the chance to become privy to different music and composers that may have otherwise gone unacknowledged. (more...)

BWW Review: North Carolina Theatre's MARY POPPINS
by Jeffrey Kare - Jul 27, 2016

Based on the children's novels by P.L. Travers as well as the classic 1964 Walt Disney film of the same name, Mary Poppins tells the story of a nanny who arrives on the doorstep of the Jane & Michael Banks. Mary Poppins takes the children on many magical and memorable adventures, but Jane and Michael aren't the only ones upon whom she has a profound effect. Using a combination of magic and common sense, Mary Poppins must teach the family members how to value each other again. (more...)

BWW Interview: Tenor Barry Banks Counts Himself Lucky
by Erica Miner - Jul 25, 2016

From his early youth in Staffordshire, UK, Barry Banks had a burning desire to sing. (more...)

EDINBURGH 2016: BWW Q&A - Christina Bianco
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jul 25, 2016

We speak to star of the West End and Broadway, Christina Bianco about her Edinburgh Fringe run of Me, Myself and Everybody Else before heading out on her first UK tour! (more...)

Thou Hath No Fear to Shed All in Peregrine's FULL MONTY
by Kristen Morale - Jul 24, 2016

With a book by Terrence McNally, music and lyrics by David Yazbek and now under the direction of (and also featuring choreography by) Terry Norgeot, The Full Monty has arrived at the Provincetown Theatre, in association with Peregrine Theatre Ensemble. Based on the cult-hit film of the same name, this ten-time Tony-Award nominee is one of the most unconventionally 'real' musicals you are ever bound to say; it is a surprisingly dramatic story trapped in the body of a semi-comedic musical, and the songs are an added bonus in bringing both its characters and the audience away from real-life issues by the comedic way in which they are dealt with. (more...)

'The Museum Curator (First Edition 2016)' by Bruce Allsman is Released
by BWW News Desk - Jul 18, 2016

YHS Press is pleased to announce the release of this book by Bruce Allsman: The Museum Curator (first edition 2016). This book is sold through Amazon Kindle at an offer price of $4.99. Description of book When accompanying her husband on a business trip to a city in Eastern Europe, Serena Crown and her four-year-old daughter Allison chooses to spend a day at a museum while her husband, Tom Crown, attends a business meeting. At the museum, Serena and Allison enjoys a Wonderful Time together until a sudden power outage disrupts them. Seconds later when the power resumes, Serena finds Allison missing. Her initial effort to search for Allison ends in failure. Desperate for help, she seeks the assistance of the museum security chief. And under the museum curator's directive, they conduct a thorough search throughout the museum. However, her nightmare begins when she discovers that Allison had been taken. To download this book visit: Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01IEZ6I94 (more...)

10 on Tuesday with Cody Jamison Strand
by Misha Davenport - Jul 12, 2016

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BWW Recap: It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year! Patti Murin's BACHELOR Recap Season!
by Patti Murin - Jan 5, 2016

Okay, maybe not the WHOLE reason 2016 exists, but at least 8-10 PM EST on Mondays for a few months. Welcome back, my loyal fellow Bachelor fans, and those random few who accidentally stumbled onto this recap and will now be forever hooked on the whole Bachelor/ette/in Paradise/Junior/New Orleans/Med franchise due to my brilliance wit and astute observations. Welcome one, welcome all! Maybe not all, but it better not be just one. (more...)

BWW Interview: Natascia Diaz of WEST SIDE STORY at Signature Theatre
by Jamie McGonnigal - Jan 13, 2016

Natascia Diaz is one of DC's greatest talents. With several Helen Hayes Awards and nominations under her belt, she's returned to her roots playing her favorite role, Anita in Signature Theatre's West Side Story. (more...)

Breaking News: Michael Crawford to Return to the West End in New THE GO-BETWEEN Musical
by BWW News Desk - Feb 4, 2016

Michael Crawford, the legendary star of stage and screen will return to the London Stage in a new musical, based on the famed novel THE GO-BETWEEN. According to Baz Bamigboye of the UK Daily Mail, the production will begin performances on May 27th at the Apollo Theatre in London's West End. (more...)

Michael Crawford to Be Honored with Visual Comedy Legend Award 8 April; Plus Career Conversation
by BWW News Desk - Feb 2, 2016

Michael Crawford, the legendary star of stage and screen will be honored on April 8, 2016 by the Slapstick Festival for his comedy work, at an event with tickets now on sale. (more...)

BWW Review: A WONDERFUL NOISE Is a Wonderful Time
by Marakay Rogers - Feb 18, 2016

Harriet Power directs Michael Hollinger's musical about men, women, and barbershop quartets. It's noisy, all right, and plenty of fun. (more...)

Michael Crawford to Reprise Comedy Hit SOME MOTHERS DO 'AVE 'EM for Special
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2016

Tonight, the BBC has announced that the star will also reprise his television role of 'Frank Spencer', opposite Michele Dotrice for a one-off TV special on March 18th. Dotrice was also recently seen on the stage in THE LADYKILLERS. (more...)

BWW Review: Candlelight Pavilion Goes HOME FOR CHRISTMAS
by Don Grigware - Dec 9, 2015

There's no finer Christmas entertainment than an original story about home and family that has lots of humor, music and more than enough touches of magic...and of course, several kids and, to top it all off, Santa and Mrs. Claus. That's pretty much it in a nutshell with Home For Christmas, 2015's holiday show currently onstage at Candlelight Pavilion in Claremont through December 27. It's a whole lot of imaginative fun that you cannot afford to miss. (more...)

BWW Review: Brian d'Arcy James, Stephanie J. Block Join The New York Pops For Christmas
by Michael Dale - Dec 24, 2015

Two of Broadway's favorites join Steven Reineke's orchestra for a festive time at Carnegie Hall. (more...)

La Maison Cointreau: Laetitia Casta Has Invited Eva Longoria to Join the Cointreau Creative Crew
by BWW News Desk - Dec 18, 2015

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BWW Review: Elaine Paige Dazzles in A BROADWAY CHRISTMAS at Lisner
by Benjamin Tomchik - Dec 18, 2015

Christmas came early this year for Washingtonian theatregoers and it came in the form of Elaine Paige. (more...)

'Tis the Season for Mopar Gift Ideas
by BWW News Desk - Dec 18, 2015

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Meghan Trainor & More Pop Stars Add New Favorites to ASCAP's Holiday Song Canon
by BWW News Desk - Dec 14, 2015

The winter holidays are 'The Most Wonderful Time of the Year' for Americans, and the trove of beloved ASCAP holiday songs have traditionally been the soundtrack of the season. (more...)

6,000 Performers Needed for ROALD DAHL'S CITY OF THE UNEXPECTED in Cardiff City Centre
by BWW News Desk - Apr 28, 2016

Wales Millennium Centre and National Theatre Wales have today called out to the people of Cardiff, Wales and Britain to take part in Roald Dahl's City of the Unexpected, Cardiff's landmark celebration of Wales' foremost storyteller. Director, Nigel Jamieson, leads the search for a cast of 6,000 volunteers, including 2,000 choristers, 1,000 dancers, 50 Morris Minor drivers, 40 bald men, 13 magicians, four brass bands, three excavator drivers, a Spitfire pilot, firemen, circus artists, aerialists, rockclimbers, grandparents, children and a performing mouse. Anyone interested in taking part, whether as a performer, a maker or an organiser, is encouraged to get in touch. (more...)

Joan Van Blarcom Releases NO BIG DEAL
by BWW News Desk - Apr 25, 2016

As a middle school teacher the author Joan Van Blarcom has observed the many problems that children faced upon entering middle school. 'No Big Deal' (published by AuthorHouse) encompasses most of these problems and lends for a conversation with teachers, parents and their children to make their first few weeks in middle school easier. (more...)

BWW Review: AN EVENING OF CLASSIC BROADWAY Returns Triumphantly to Rockwell
by Don Grigware - Apr 14, 2016

On Tuesday April 12 I eagerly returned to Rockwell Table and Stage for the third time to see An Evening of Classic Broadway. The show comes to Rockwell for one evening every couple of months. Why do I keep coming back? Produced by Dianne Fraser and musically directed by extraordinarily talented Brad Ellis ... and with a bevy of great singers on board, it's guaranteed fun, extra high on entertainment, and it incorporates Broadway standards both classic and contemporary. If that isn't enough, the structure is laid back and spontaneous, allowing one to sit back, relax and just savor the sounds. (more...)

April Wine to Rock Suncoast Showroom, 5/21
by BWW News Desk - Apr 14, 2016

Canadian rockers April Wine will bring more than 40 years of hits to the Suncoast Showroom on May 21. (more...)

Pacific Symphony Releases Schedule for Upcoming Pops! Season
by BWW News Desk - Apr 12, 2016

Orange County, Calif.—April 11, 2016—The stars come out for seven sensational concerts showcasing major names, top talent and a plethora of indelible music for Pacific Symphony's 2016-17 Pops season! Led for the 26th year by acclaimed Principal Pops Conductor Richard Kaufman, the lighter side of the Symphony opens with the return of multiple Grammy Award-winner Amy Grant. Then, sit back and enjoy some good-natured hilarity when the hit movie “Home Alone” returns to the screen with the Symphony performing the score live! For the holidays, share the spirit of the season with The Ten Tenors, and spend Valentine's Day weekend with Michael Bolton. Get an early jump on summer with The Beach Boys, before being treated to the unique humor and talent of Jason Alexander, best known for his role in “Seinfeld.” Finally, a tribute to the legend responsible for so many unforgettable movie tunes—John Williams—finishes out this incredible season. (more...)

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