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BWW Review: Studio Completes The Apple Family Cycle with the Poignant SORRY and Exquisite REGULAR SINGING
by Benjamin Tomchik - Nov 10, 2015

The Apple Family has triumphantly returned to Studio, where the final two installments of the cycle are being staged in repertory with the poignant Sorry and exquisite Regular Singing. (more...)

Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with THE DISTANCE at Sheffield
by BWW News Desk - Oct 23, 2015

Sheffield Theatres and Orange Tree Theatre present Deborah Bruce's THE DISTANCE. Charlotte Gwinner directs Michelle Duncan (Bea), Charlotte Emmerson (Alex), Daniel Hawksford (Dewi), Charlotte Lucas (Kate), Timothy Knightley (Simon), Steven Meo (Vinnie) and Joshua Sinclair-Evans (Liam). The production opens on 3 November, with previews from 29 October, and runs until 14 November at Sheffield Theatres, ahead of a run at Orange Tree Theatre from 26 November to 19 December. BroadwayWorld has a sneak peek at the cast in rehearsal below! (more...)

THIS WEEK IN PICTURES: October 10-16
by Nora Dominick - Oct 16, 2015

Still watching the incredible 360 degrees SCHOOL OF ROCK video? Continuously watching the Hamilton cast rap at the BET Hip Hop Awards? Didn't have time to check in on your favorite Broadway stars? Well don't worry BroadwayWorld has rounded up some of the biggest stories from this week from Broadway and beyond with BroadwayWorld's 'This Week in Pictures.' (more...)

Exclusive Photo Coverage: Emerson Steele Brings ROLES I CAN'T PLAY to Feinstein's/54 Below!
by Jessica Fallon Gordon - Oct 16, 2015

You know that feedback you hear? "Sorry, you're not right for this role … you're not young enough, old enough, tall enough, short enough, MALE enough?!" So, what's a girl to do? Tongue in cheek, with humor and heart, with songs, stories, dances, and goofy antics, 2014 Theatre World Award winner, Emerson Steele, turns the norms upside down and, tonight, plays the roles she has always wanted to play and some she hopes to play in the future! (more...)

BWW Review: Charisma and Chemistry Abound Between Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal in LOVE LETTERS
by Shari Barrett - Oct 15, 2015

The undeniable chemistry between Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal is on full display again in Love Letters, a special theatrical tour that officially launched this week at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills. From the moment these two entered the stage holding hands, the audience was totally ready to be swept away into a very different yet in so many way similar tale of two lovers doing their best to just love and be honest with each other throughout their lives even though most of it was spent apart. And we were not disappointed. (more...)

Photo Flash: Saturday Intermission Pics, 10/10- ON YOUR FEET Snaps First Broadway #SIP, Plus AN AMERICAN IN PARIS and More
by BWW News Desk - Oct 10, 2015

It's Saturday, and that means it's time for what has become one of the theatre community's most beloved traditions- BroadwayWorld's 'Saturday Intermission Pics' roundup! (more...)

BWW Review: Love, Lust, And Lies Come Together In The Search For THE REAL THING
by Jade Kops - Oct 10, 2015

Blurring the lines of "reality" and "art", Tom Stoppard's THE REAL THING looks at one man's doubt as to if true love exists, and whether he has found it. (more...)


by BWW News Desk - Oct 9, 2015

San Francisco Opera today announced cast changes for the Company's new production of Gaetano Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor, presented October 8–28, 2015, and for Mozart's The Magic Flute, presented October 20–November 20, at the War Memorial Opera House. German soprano Diana Damrau has withdrawn from the Lucia production, in order to remain on vocal rest for the next six weeks. American soprano Nadine Sierra—who performed Lucia last spring at the Zurich Opera House to critical acclaim and, more recently, as the Countess in San Francisco Opera's The Marriage of Figaro—will now sing the title role for all seven performances. (more...)

BWW Interview: Ahead of WatchThis' Production of COMPANY, BWW Chats To Director Kat Henry and Cast Members Nick Simpson-Deeks and Sally Bourne.
by Jade Kops - Sep 13, 2015

Stephen Sondheim's COMPANY will soon be presented by Watch This at Fortyfivedownstairs. BWW had the opportunity to ask Director Kat Henry and cast Nick Simpson-Deeks (Robert) and Sally Bourne (Joanne) a few questions ahead of opening night. (more...)

BWW Interview: Wade Preston of MOVIN' OUT in Bridgeport
by Sherry Shameer Cohen - Sep 7, 2015

Broadway's Piano Man performs at the Downtown Cabaret. www.mycabaret.org. (more...)

UPDATED: Broadway Celebrates Women's Equality Day; Patina, Chenoweth, HAMILTON's Schuyler Sisters, More
by Matt Tamanini - Aug 26, 2015

Many women have taken to social media to celebrate the day by posting photos of themselves flexing in honor of the iconic World War II era Rosie the Riveter. Rosie was symbolic of the millions of American women who kept the country running while many young men were over seas fighting. Some of our favorite female Broadway stars have posted photos in recognition of the day; check them out below. We will be updating list as more come in: (more...)

Sunday Night TV/DVR Alert: Cuddle up Tonight with Michael Urie and Joel Grey; Video & Photo Preview!
by BWW News Desk - May 24, 2015

On this Holiday Weekend, the unofficial start of summer, whether you're together with friends & family, or opening up your summer homes, take a break tonight and cuddle up with Michael Urie and Joel Grey for a screening of CABARET. You won't be Sorry. (more...)

BWW Reviews: BETRAYAL at Zoetic Stage
by Roger Martin - May 24, 2015

The Anatomy of Adultery. Playing the pauses in a Pinter play (Sorry) is an art more than ably demonstrated by this cast. There's a constant edge to every second of the show and well done, Zoetic, for that. (more...)

BWW Reviews: BECKY SHAW, Comedy of Bad Manners, Splendid at Dobama
by Roy Berko - Mar 9, 2015

Gina Gionfriddo, the author of BECKY SHAW, now on stage at Dobama Theatre, is one of the new breed of playwrights who reflect topics relevant to today, cleverly construct their writings, and uses language that shimmers with naturalism. They don't use stage language or formats like Arthur Miller or Eugene O'Neill, or the oft-present symbolism of Tennessee Williams, nor the existential philosophy of Edward Albee. Gionfriddo, along with such modernists as Neil LaBute and Rajiv Joseph, push the envelope, using real people interacting to highlight their foibles and weaknesses. (more...)

BWW Review: ABDUCTION FROM THE SERAGLIO Skillfully Sets Mozart's Opera in Star Trek's Final Frontier
by Shari Barrett - Mar 8, 2015

Pacific Opera Project boldly goes where no opera company has gone before in a Star Trek-themed production of ABDUCTION FROM THE SERAGLIO: POP puts their zany spin on Mozart's kidnapping caper by setting it in space... the final frontier. Klingons, slave girls, and all your favorite characters from the original Star Trek series sing and dance their way through Abduction accompanied by a spectacular 27-piece orchestra conducted by POP co-founder Stephen Karr. The new English libretto, written by artistic director Josh Shaw who also directs the POP production, takes the action from an 18th century harem in Turkey and places it Stardate 14-20.27 on the hereto unexplored planet M113. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Photography at Peak Innovation with the THOMAS WALTHER COLLECTION
by Patrick Kennedy - Mar 5, 2015

With its new survey of early 20th-century photographs, the Museum of Modern Art stages an exhibition of unparalleled rigor and intelligence. (more...)

Photo Flash: Saturday Intermission Pics - Feb. 21 - PIPPIN, BILLY ELLIOT, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, and More!
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2015

It's Saturday, and that means it's time for BroadwayWorld's 'Saturday Intermission Pics' roundup! (more...)

Photo Coverage: Jessye Norman, Vivian Reed, KT Sullivan at Requiem Mass for Jean-Claude Baker
by Stephen Sorokoff - Feb 1, 2015

Some of the best musical experiences have taken place in houses of worship. Sadly, Holy Cross Church in Times Square was the location of such an occurrence on Saturday as a Requiem Mass for Jean-Claude Baker who committed suicide on January 15th 2015 was held at the historic church. The Romanesque Revival style building was constructed in 1870 and is the oldest building on 42nd Street. BroadwayWorld brings you photos of the performances below! (more...)

BWW Blog: Molly Garner of BIG FISH - One Final Note
by Guest Blogger: Molly Garner - Nov 3, 2014

Big Fish officially opens this Saturday, November 1st. I'm surprised to find myself both happy and sad. I'm thrilled that we're opening, of course. The show is terrific, and I can't wait for audiences to see it. Very few people know Big Fish, so we get to perform for people who have no preconceptions of the show. They have a wonderful surprise awaiting them. (more...)

BWW Exclusive: NTI Alumni Company - The Debate Society
by National Theater Institute - Nov 3, 2014

These are just some of the ways NTI students have responded to working with our alumni company, The Debate Society. The Debate Society is an Obie Award winning, Brooklyn based company that creates new plays through the collaboration of Hannah Bos (writer/performer/NTI Fall '98), Paul Thureen (writer/performer/ NTI Fall '98/ MATS '00), and Oliver Butler (director/developer). The company specializes unexpected stories set in supremely intricate, vividly theatrical worlds. (more...)

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