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Firehouse Theatre Project Presents MRS. BOB CRATCHIT'S WILD CHRISTMAS BINGE 12/21, 12/22
December 18, 2009

Monday, Dec. 21 & Tuesday, Dec. 22, 7:30 p.m. - Readers' Theatre: Mrs. Bob Cratchit's Wild Christmas Binge by Christopher Durang.

'Capture Now' Receives World Premiere at Theaters at 45 Bleecker Street
September 5, 2008

CAPTURE NOW, a new play by Josh Jonas, will be given its world premiere Off-Broadway this fall, beginning previews October 10 prior to opening October 22 at The Theaters at 45 Bleecker Street (45 Bleecker Street) in Manhattan, it has been announced by the play's producers Kurt Peterson and Jane Bergere. Tickets are on sale now.

Molly Regan Keeps It In The Family: Her Journey to August: Osage County
August 24, 2008

In June, Molly Regan replaced Rondi Reed as August: Osage County's new Mattie Fae. It's not an easy feat for an actor to come into an ensemble in the middle of a run. Add into that replacing a lead actress in the year's Pulitzer, Tony AND Drama Desk winning play two days after that actress won a Tony for her performance. BroadwayWorld.com got a chance to catch up with her and chat about all things August.

James Braly: The Spalding Gray Of His Time
August 7, 2008

After a critically acclaimed, sold-out run earlier this year, LIFE IN A MARITAL INSTITUTION (20 years of monogamy in one terrifying hour), written and performed by celebrated monologist James Braly and directed by Hal Brooks (Thom Pain, No Child) opened Off-Broadway. Life In A Marital Institution began performances on Thursday, June 26 for a limited engagement through Sunday, August 31. James Braly talks to Broadway World about the evolution of his one man show.

Photo Coverage: Scott Porter Of 'Friday Night Lights' Visits Altar Boyz
July 25, 2008

On Tuesday, July 15th, actor Scott Porter visited the popular off-Broadway musical Altar Boyz.

The Journey Of An Off Broadway Theater Company: Drew DeCorleto Talks About 'Broken Watch'
June 24, 2008

On June 30th, 2008 the Michael Weller Theater, home to many Off Broadway theater companies will close its doors for the last time as management 'looks to offer more office space'. The last show to play in the Michael Weller Theatre was presented by Broken Watch Theatre Company, The Framer by Edward Allan Baker.

Totally 'Saved': Mary Faber on Hilary Faye
June 3, 2008

Mary Faber is currently starring in Saved, a new musical based off of the popular film of the same title. In Saved, Faber plays the popular girl Hilary Faye. Hilary and her best friend Mary (Celia Keenan-Bolger) are starting their senior year at the top of the social food chain at American Eagle Christian High School when series of events happens that throws Hilary's world into a tail spin. Here, Mary sits down with BWW and and talks about the important issues presented in this new adaptation and showing the good side of Hilary Faye.

Becoming Alma: Mary Bacon On Diving Into Williams
May 14, 2008

Actress Mary Bacon is currently starring as Alma Winemiller in TACT's production of the Tennessee Williams masterpiece, Eccentricities of a Nightingale- the first time the production has been performed in New York in thirty years.

Boris Kodjoe Reflects On The Role Of A Lifetime
May 2, 2008

On April 15th, 2008 actor Boris Kodjoe took over the role of 'Brick' for a short time in the current revival of Tennessee Williams' Cat On A Hot Tin Roof. Here, he talks to BroadwayWorld.com about his experiences working on the show, the advantages of Broadway to Hollywood, and how 'Brick' has changed him forever.

The Quest To Make The Great White Way Greener
April 25, 2008

In honor of Earth Day, GreenDimes, the largest, most trusted full-service company that gets rid of junk mail today teamed up with Broadway. On April 22nd and 23rd every person that saw the musicals Xanadu, Spring Awakening and Legally Blonde received a free Platinum subscription to Green Dimes. Here, GreenDimes founder Pankaj Shah and Producer Tara Smith talk to BWW about how this program came about and their goals to make the great white way a greener place.

A Moment With 'Almost An Evening' Star Del Pentecost
April 23, 2008

Currently running at The Theatres at 45 Bleecker Street, Ethan Coen's 'Almost an Evening' sold out before performances began in its first home at the Atlantic Theater Company. Here, actor Del Pentecost sits down with BWW and talks about his experiences working with Ethan Coen, doing his first nude scene, and his favorite parts of the show.

A Moment With 'Almost an Evening' Star Joey Slotnick
April 15, 2008

Currently running at The Theatres at 45 Bleecker Street, Ethan Coen's 'Almost an Evening' sold out before performances began in its first home at the Atlantic Theater Company. Here, actor Joey Slotnick sits down with BWW and talks about the success of the show, his career in theater, and what it was like working with such a talented cast and crew.

A Moment With 'Almost an Evening' Star Tim Hopper
April 7, 2008

Actor Tim Hopper sits down with BroadwayWorld.com and talks about his career and experiences working on 'Almost an Evening'--three one act plays written by Ethan Coen and directed by Neil Pepe currently running at the The Theatres at 45 Bleecker Street.