Cindy Sibilsky

Cindy Sibilsky Cindy Sibilsky is a Broadway, Off Broadway, U.S. and international Producer, Tour Producer, Marketing/PR Director and theatre, film, arts & culture and travel writer/reviewer specializing in global cultural exchange and accessible, universally appealing entertainment. She is devoted to bringing the best shows and companies from Europe, South America, the Middle East and Africa to the North and Central American markets and American and international work worldwide to Europe, U.K., Australia, Asia, the Americas and beyond or call attention to their work through featured reviews. For Broadway World Cindy covers Dance, International, special features and is the Regional writer/reviewer for Panama, opening up the region to the World's Stage. She writes for numerous outlets including several international publications and her writing has been translated into Arabic, Spanish, Chinese and Japanese. For more information on her company, InJoy Entertainment: www.injoyentertainment.com



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BWW Review: FJK DANCE WORKS IN PROGRESS 2018: UNTOLD SPEAKS VOLUMES! at The Theater At Gibney DanceBWW Review: FJK DANCE WORKS IN PROGRESS 2018: UNTOLD SPEAKS VOLUMES! at The Theater At Gibney Dance
Posted: Apr. 19, 2018


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BWW Review: PANAMA The Musical, The First Original English Musical With An All Panamanian Cast!BWW Review: PANAMA The Musical, The First Original English Musical With An All Panamanian Cast!
Posted: Mar. 1, 2018


BWW Review: FJK DANCE WORKS IN PROGRESS 2018: UNTOLD SPEAKS VOLUMES! at The Theater At Gibney DanceBWW Review: FJK DANCE WORKS IN PROGRESS 2018: UNTOLD SPEAKS VOLUMES! at The Theater At Gibney Dance
Posted: Apr. 19, 2018


BWW Review: LES BALLETS TROCKADERO DE MONTE CARLO Returns to Ruffle Feathers at The Joyce Theater This Holiday SeasonBWW Review: LES BALLETS TROCKADERO DE MONTE CARLO Returns to Ruffle Feathers at The Joyce Theater This Holiday Season
December 17, 2018


BWW Preview: THE BROOKLYN NUTCRACKER Turns a Holiday Tradition Into an Opportunity to Honor Authentic Expressions of DiversityBWW Preview: THE BROOKLYN NUTCRACKER Turns a Holiday Tradition Into an Opportunity to Honor Authentic Expressions of Diversity
December 11, 2018


BWW Review: THE WHITE ALBUM, Joan Didion's Essays Onstage at BAM, Ponders the Predicaments of Generations Past and PresentBWW Review: THE WHITE ALBUM, Joan Didion's Essays Onstage at BAM, Ponders the Predicaments of Generations Past and Present
December 6, 2018

This quote is the opening sentence from the author of the book and the words that inspired, created and catapulted The White Album -- a theatrical representation in full of Didion's autobiographical, literary essays of the same name published in 1979 but focused on the tumultuous period of time between 1966 (though it was officially started in 1968) and 1971, which had an engagement as part of BAM's Next Wave Festival November 28 - December 1, through collaborators between Lars Jan/Early Morning Opera, Mia Barron (who portrayed Didion herself), and multiple commissioners and supporters including Center Theatre Group, arts centers at CalArts, UCLA, Ohio State University and the UCross Foundation, amongst others.

BWW Previews: THE GOOD SWIMMER World Premiere at BAM Fishman SpaceBWW Previews: THE GOOD SWIMMER World Premiere at BAM Fishman Space
November 25, 2018

The saying, 'Good things come to those who wait,' could certainly be applied to the world premiere of The Good Swimmer playing at BAM's Fishman Space as part of the Next Wave festival from November 28th-December 1st. Defined as a pop requiem for the youth of the Vietnam War, this collaboration between Heidi Rodewald (music) and Donna Di Novelli (lyrics) directed by Kevin Newbury has been the better part of a decade in the making since the two women began working on the piece at a Eugene O'Neill Theater Center residency and left with three songs based on text from out-of-print lifesaving manuals that would become the foundation of The Good Swimmer -- the title song, 'Red Cross' and 'Double Drowning'.

BWW Review: ETHEL Captures the Spirit of Circus Through Soaring Strings at BAM Harvey TheaterBWW Review: ETHEL Captures the Spirit of Circus Through Soaring Strings at BAM Harvey Theater
November 17, 2018

ETHEL is comprised of Ralph Farris (viola), Kip Jones (violin), Dorothy Lawson (cello) and Corin Lee (violin) but when they come together their strings of a feather breathe as one. Perhaps two decades together has birthed such camaraderie, consistency and maturity with a good dash of daring and rebellious nature present in any typical twenty year old. Their sense of playfulness (with each other and the audience) is alive and well, but only becomes profound when teamed with their remarkable discipline and skill. Much like the circus artists -- they merely make it look easy when it is anything but.

BWW Review: THE ENCHANTED REVOLUTION Brings Fanciful Fun and Modern Mythos to Theater for the New CityBWW Review: THE ENCHANTED REVOLUTION Brings Fanciful Fun and Modern Mythos to Theater for the New City
November 15, 2018

The Enchanted Revolution -- written, directed by and featuring the multifaceted creative enchantress, Charlotte Lily Gaspard for Midnight Radio Show -- is 80 minutes of magic, with a six-person cast creating a modern fairytale for the whole family from another dimension in a basement black box theater located in the heart of the East Village at Theater for the New City.

BWW Interview: Vangeline of THE NEW YORK BUTOH INSTITUTE FESTIVAL 2018 at Theater For The New CityBWW Interview: Vangeline of THE NEW YORK BUTOH INSTITUTE FESTIVAL 2018 at Theater For The New City
November 6, 2018


BWW Feature: The New York Butoh Institute Festival 2018 Showcases Women and International ArtistsBWW Feature: The New York Butoh Institute Festival 2018 Showcases Women and International Artists
November 6, 2018


BWW Review: Folkoperan and Cirkus Cirkör's Astounding Production of Satyagraha Lifts Philip Glass' Opera to New Heights
November 3, 2018

BWW Review: Folkoperan and Cirkus Cirkr's Astounding Production of Satyagraha Lifts Philip Glass' Opera to New Heights

BWW Review: Chris Bell Dances Around Weighty Themes With Lightheartedness in YouthandDeathBWW Review: Chris Bell Dances Around Weighty Themes With Lightheartedness in YouthandDeath
October 27, 2018


BWW Reviews: Eryc Taylor Dance Grants New Choreographers a Chance to ShineBWW Reviews: Eryc Taylor Dance Grants New Choreographers a Chance to Shine
October 17, 2018


BWW Review: PLACE Examines One's Role in Gentrification Through Soaring Soundscapes and Potent PoetryBWW Review: PLACE Examines One's Role in Gentrification Through Soaring Soundscapes and Potent Poetry
October 16, 2018

We all seek to find our 'place', be it how we fit into our communities, our career, our relationships or the world around us. But at the root of it all, our 'place' is more often defined by where we find ourselves at the end of the day-our home.

BWW Review: SIX CHEFS FIND A PALATABLE PARADISE IN PANAMA in PANGA IBERICABWW Review: SIX CHEFS FIND A PALATABLE PARADISE IN PANAMA in PANGA IBERICA
October 12, 2018

It began as many crazy yet brilliant ideas do - over drinks after an evening of edible ecstasy between fellow foodies who became fast friends and together hatched an idea that would transform into an adventure unlike anything all involved had ever experienced.

BWW Review: Circa Celebrates Stripped-Down Fragility and Strength In HUMANS At BAM's Next Wave FestivalBWW Review: Circa Celebrates Stripped-Down Fragility and Strength In HUMANS At BAM's Next Wave Festival
October 6, 2018

On the bare stage of BAM's vast Howard Gilman Opera House, clad in attire befitting a Calvin Klein advertisement, the acrobats of the world-renowned Australian Contemporary Circus company -- Circa -- demonstrated breathtaking acts of enormous strength and delicate, alternatingly humorous and heartbreaking vulnerability. Humans is a tribute to our shared nature as people: we can be weak, limited and fragile, but we can also showcase incredible feats of bravery, trust and fortitude -- especially when working together.

BWW Review: No Man's Land Celebrates The Beauty of Birth to Be in a Hipster HavenBWW Review: No Man's Land Celebrates The Beauty of Birth to Be in a Hipster Haven
October 3, 2018


BWW Review: Mark Stuart Dance Theatre's When Change Comes is a Revelation for a RevolutionBWW Review: Mark Stuart Dance Theatre's When Change Comes is a Revelation for a Revolution
September 27, 2018


BWW Review: Memories and Dementia Are Explored Through Multimedia in MAGDALENABWW Review: Memories and Dementia Are Explored Through Multimedia in MAGDALENA
September 24, 2018


BWW Review: FJK DANCE Offers A Physical Vocabulary That Elevates and UnitesBWW Review: FJK DANCE Offers A Physical Vocabulary That Elevates and Unites
September 18, 2018


BWW Review: The Authentic African Experience Explodes Onstage with PULA! Botswana on BroadwayBWW Review: The Authentic African Experience Explodes Onstage with PULA! Botswana on Broadway
August 29, 2018


BWW Review: HIP HOP FILM FESTIVAL 2018 Brings Fresh Perspectives and Hot Talent to HarlemBWW Review: HIP HOP FILM FESTIVAL 2018 Brings Fresh Perspectives and Hot Talent to Harlem
August 13, 2018

The 3rd annual Hip Hop Film Festival was held, fittingly, at the historic National Black Theatre founded by Dr. Barbara Ann Teer who moved to Harlem in 1968 and saw that the once vibrant neighborhood was suffering from a sense of hopelessness after the losses of African American leaders Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X and desperately needed a community space and cultural arts institution that would 'be reflective of the power, grace and excellence of a people' (according to her daughter and current CEO Sade Lythcott).



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