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The Wirelings Announce Formation, Inaugural Season The Wirelings Announce Formation, Inaugural Season
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

The Wirelings, an experimental digital theatre company, have announced their formation, as well as their first production season.
Ensemble Theatre Announces a Benefit Zoom Reading of CEASE NOT TO THINK OF ME Ensemble Theatre Announces a Benefit Zoom Reading of CEASE NOT TO THINK OF ME
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Join Ensemble Theatre for a benefit Zoom reading of CEASE NOT TO THINK OF ME. By Molly McFadden, directed by Erin E. Dolan, October 29th | @7:00pm
The Seventh Annual “iHeartCountry Festival Celebrates The Biggest Names In Country Music The Seventh Annual “iHeartCountry Festival Celebrates The Biggest Names In Country Music
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

The seventh annual iHeartCountry Festival Presented by Capital One celebrated Country music's biggest artists on October 23.
Kingdommtc Launches New Fragrance and Essential Oils Based On EMPRESS'S DIARY Kingdommtc Launches New Fragrance and Essential Oils Based On EMPRESS'S DIARY
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Kingdommtc.com brand, home of the recently released original new Drama , 'Empress's Diary' as a virtual stage play , has announced a new fragrance, 'Empress's Diary'. 
THE NANNAS AND THE POPPAS to Launch on ABC Kids on 
National Grandparents Day - Sunday 25 October  THE NANNAS AND THE POPPAS to Launch on ABC Kids on  National Grandparents Day - Sunday 25 October 
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

ABC Kids newest sensation for pre-schoolers are grandparents! The Nannas and The Poppas are five real-life grandparents who will have young children everywhere moving, grooving and bopping to some very catchy beats when the series launches on ABC Kids on Sunday 25 October. A perfect launch date as it will be National Grandparents Day!
Suzzanne Douglas, Karen Lorre, Isabelle McCalla Featured In Lisa Levart's New Oracle Deck Suzzanne Douglas, Karen Lorre, Isabelle McCalla Featured In Lisa Levart's New Oracle Deck
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Artist/photographer Lisa Levart has been photographing women as the Divine Feminine for over 20 years. Affectionately nicknamed the 'Annie Leibovitz of Goddesses,' her work reveals the spirit of strong independent girls, creative ferocious women, powerful warrior activists and epic elders from around the world.
Stage Left Announces Online Production Of THE PROJECT(S) Stage Left Announces Online Production Of THE PROJECT(S)
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Stage Left Theatre announces their upcoming online production of The Project(s), written by PJ Paparelli and Joshua Jaeger, and directed by Christian Helem in his Stage Left debut. Performances of The Project(s) will be live, not pre-recorded*, capturing the excitement and  interactivity of an onstage show in an online performance. Press opening is Friday, November 6th at 7:00pmCT via Zoom. The show runs through November 26th.
Board Of Directors Of Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation Remembers Stanley Crouch Board Of Directors Of Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation Remembers Stanley Crouch
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

The Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation (LAEF) is deeply saddened by the passing of Stanley Crouch, who served as President of LAEF from 2010 – 2020. The 74-year old author, journalist, critic, playwright, poet and NEA Jazz Master died Wednesday, September 16, in the Bronx, New York, following a long illness. A private family service will be held October 26, followed by a public celebration of life at a later date.
Misty Dawn Releases New Single Misty Dawn Releases New Single "Bless Your Heart"
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Show Country singer/songwriter Misty Dawn recently released her new single, 'Bless Your Heart.' 'Bless Your Heart' delves into Misty Dawn's sassy side with lyrics like you can preach a verse or two and say I'm gonna pray for you, and pull your sweater tighter when I leave the room.
Theatrer Rhino Presents Free Presentation Of THE BIG ISLAND Theatrer Rhino Presents Free Presentation Of THE BIG ISLAND
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Theatre Rhinoceros presents a FREE Zoom/Facebook Live presentation: THE BIG ISLAND. Conceived and Performed by John Fisher, October 29, 2020 at 8pm FREE! One Live Performance Only.
The San Francisco International Arts Festival Prevails In First Amendment Lawsuit The San Francisco International Arts Festival Prevails In First Amendment Lawsuit
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

The San Francisco International Arts Festival finally prevailed in its First Amendment Rights case against the City & County of San Francisco today.
Singer/Songwriter Emily James Releases New Single 'BACK IN THE SUMMER' Singer/Songwriter Emily James Releases New Single 'BACK IN THE SUMMER'
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Today, LA based singer-songwriter Emily James releases the debut single from her new AWAL EP  Wanted You to Know, part i set for release on February 26, 2021.  The catchy upbeat track  back in the summer was co-written with  Evan Klar (Mallrat) and Justin Lucas (Khalid)  who also co-produced the song.  back in the summer is available on all digital platforms here.    
Theater Resources Unlimited Invites Submissions For TRU SPEAK...Hear Our Voices! Theater Resources Unlimited Invites Submissions For TRU SPEAK...Hear Our Voices!
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) invites submissions from writers for TRU SPEAK...Hear our Voices!, an evening of awareness to benefit Theater Resources Unlimited. Submissions will be accepted through October 25 for plays and musicals that express your deepest concerns about the world we live in. (Musicals are particularly encouraged right now.)
BWW Review: UCO Shines with RADIUM GIRLS BWW Review: UCO Shines with RADIUM GIRLS
by Adrienne Proctor on October 23, 2020

RADIUM GIRLS tells the true story of the radium factory workers who fought against corporate corruption in 1920s New Jersey. Clock dial factories instructed the all-female workforce to lick the tips of their paintbrushes, exposing them many times over to deadly levels of radium. The Radium Girls paved the way for workplace safety protocols.
Out Today: 'A Fish Of Earth' from Emily Brown Out Today: 'A Fish Of Earth' from Emily Brown
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

On the cover of Emily Brown's A Fish Of Earth an assortment of fruit lies scattered at the songwriter-poet's feet. A solitary grapefruit husk lies off to the side, a corner of the unhemmed scarlet drapery drags in the dirt, five candles stand crooked and unlit as the sun descends.
New Stage Theatre Presents Virtual Play Reading Of LOVE BE LIKE This Thursday New Stage Theatre Presents Virtual Play Reading Of LOVE BE LIKE This Thursday
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Love Be Like by Clinnesha Dillon Sibley, a Virtual New Stage Theatre Play Reading will be presented in the Mississippi New Play Series as part of the Eudora Welty New Play Series.
Diversionary Theatre's Announces Anti-Racism Action Plan Diversionary Theatre's Announces Anti-Racism Action Plan
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Diversionary Theatre announces their Anti-Racism Action plan as a response to the We See You White American Theatre and the Black Lives Matter movements. 
Mimi Gilbert's Shares Single from Vulnerable, Autumnal Folk Album Mimi Gilbert's Shares Single from Vulnerable, Autumnal Folk Album
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Today, indie-folk songwriter Mimi Gilbert shares a new cut raw and cutting new LP 'Grew Inside the Water.' Fresh off of her latest single, 'Dark Storm' Gilber's new album is a timeless piece of songwriting with breathtaking melodies and unparalleled vulnerability.
Topographies Share Goth Pop Single 'See You As You Fall' Topographies Share Goth Pop Single 'See You As You Fall'
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Topographies forthcoming debut album, Ideal Form. 'See You As You Fall' opens with nostalgic synths and a lush guitar line that may be one of my favorite riffs of the year before Gray Tolhurst's deep and resonant voice exclaims 'when I saw you'. It's a song that demands being played at maximum volume, candles lit, dancing in your bedroom.
BWW Review: FANNIE LOU HAMER SPEAK ON IT! at Arena Stage BWW Review: FANNIE LOU HAMER SPEAK ON IT! at Arena Stage
by Brandon Horwin on October 23, 2020

Live-outdoor theatre, an incredible view of the water at the Wharf, and E. Faye Butler are all we could ask or hope for at the moment. Arena Stage has delivered big with its limited engagement of Cheryl L. West's timely Fannie Lou Hamer, Speak On It!.
A CONCERT FOR CHARLOTTE Announced at Truist Field A CONCERT FOR CHARLOTTE Announced at Truist Field
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

The Charlotte Symphony, in partnership with the Charlotte Knights, presents 'A Concert for Charlotte,' a special live concert for the community, conducted by Music Director Christopher Warren-Green and featuring Charlotte-based mezzo-soprano Jennifer Wiggins. The event, which takes place at Truist Field, is designed to celebrate Charlotte and bring our community back together, safely, through the power of music.
La SecretarĂ­a De Cultura Y El INBAL Apoyan Las Medidas Sanitarias Adicionales Del Gobierno De La Ciudad De MĂ©xico La SecretarĂ­a De Cultura Y El INBAL Apoyan Las Medidas Sanitarias Adicionales Del Gobierno De La Ciudad De MĂ©xico
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

La SecretarĂ­a de Cultura del Gobierno de MĂ©xico y el Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura (INBAL) informan que, en apoyo al llamado hecho por el Gobierno de la Ciudad de MĂ©xico para establecer medidas adicionales que protejan la salud de las personas y frenar posibles contagios por COVID-19, la Gala de Concertistas de Bellas Artes 2020, programada para este viernes 23 de octubre a las 19:00 horas, sĂłlo será transmitida vĂ­a streaming desde la Sala Principal del Palacio de Bellas Artes. 
The Rep Commissions Voter Education Videos To Inform And Empower Voters The Rep Commissions Voter Education Videos To Inform And Empower Voters
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

In an effort to support voter education and participation on November 3, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis is developing videos to inform and empower voters. 
Day Of The Dead: Food and Drink Specials Announced at Al Pastor, Rosy's, Sueno and Buena Onda Day Of The Dead: Food and Drink Specials Announced at Al Pastor, Rosy's, Sueno and Buena Onda
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Philly restaurants are offering the following food and drink specials for Day of the Dead, or DĂ­a de los Muertos, next weekend on Saturday, October 31, Sunday,  November 1 and/or Monday, November 2, 2020.
FEAST: A Ballet Premieres Online November 27 FEAST: A Ballet Premieres Online November 27
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

FEAST: a ballet merges visual art, dance, and film to explore the disturbing history of human consumption in an ornate, layered performance. It will premiere online on November 27, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. and will be available for streaming for 48 hours.   
Vermont Actors' Repertory Theatre Presents A: ZOOM PLAY FEST! Vermont Actors' Repertory Theatre Presents A: ZOOM PLAY FEST!
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Chase away those blues and join Vermont Actors' Repertory Theatre when it presents a second virtual short play festival via Zoom on Saturday, November 14 at 7 pm, and Sunday, November 15 at 2 pm.
Julie Taymor, Julianne Moore, and Alicia Vikander Join THE GLORIAS Panel at Cooper Union Julie Taymor, Julianne Moore, and Alicia Vikander Join THE GLORIAS Panel at Cooper Union
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Cooper Union hosts the extraordinary cast and creators of The Glorias, the new biopic about Gloria Steinem, to discuss how women overcome differences to question structures of power and find ways of uniting around meaningful action, along with stories from the making of the movie.
Flux Factory Presents In-Person Exhibition A FAMILIARITY THAT WARMS Flux Factory Presents In-Person Exhibition A FAMILIARITY THAT WARMS
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Flux Factory presents its first in-person exhibition since the shutdown in March 2020, A Familiarity That WARMS: New Work by Layo Bright and Kamari Carter.
Image+nation, Canada's Original LGBTQ+ Film Festival, Announces Halloween Edition Image+nation, Canada's Original LGBTQ+ Film Festival, Announces Halloween Edition
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

It's Trick or Treat time and image+nation is here to bring the Treats to you, directly to your home to watch and share! image+nation, Canada's first LGBTQ film festival and pioneering platform of queer stories, brings you its first Halloween special edition, I+N HORREUR: because sometimes it's scary being queer.
Hippie Sabotage Announce Live Halloween Drive-In Show Hippie Sabotage Announce Live Halloween Drive-In Show
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Hippie Sabotage make a triumphant return to their hometown of Sacramento this Halloween for a socially distant drive-in show. An exclusive Northern California performance for 2020, the socially distant live show will take place at the Bradley Ranch Winery on October 31st.
MarshStream International Solo Fest Extends Viewing Through November 1, Announces Winners MarshStream International Solo Fest Extends Viewing Through November 1, Announces Winners
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Celebrating the conclusion of its event which attracted thousands of viewers tuning in from all over the world, The Marsh has announced the winning productions from its first-ever digital global festival, MarshStream International Solo Fest, and has extended viewing access through November 1, 2020.
Reston Community Players Presents Month-Long Concert Series Of Thanks And Gratitude In November Reston Community Players Presents Month-Long Concert Series Of Thanks And Gratitude In November
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

The month of November is traditionally one of giving thanks, and this year, Reston Community Players (RCP) is showing its thanks to the community for its support with a special month-long concert series of gratitude. RCP Gives Thanks will share the talents of some of RCP's familiar  performers while generating donations for both the organization as well as other local non-profit organizations in the Reston area with a series of virtual mini-concerts that also bring with them a message of gratitude and camaraderie.
Lookingglass Announces THE SECRET PASSAGE, A New Digital Membership Lookingglass Announces THE SECRET PASSAGE, A New Digital Membership
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Lookingglass Theatre Company announces the new digital membership: The Secret Passage, which includes exclusive programming of enthralling stories, virtual delights and artist engagement opportunities. 
Bay Street Presents $6,000 Check To JBJ Soul Kitchen Food Bank Bay Street Presents $6,000 Check To JBJ Soul Kitchen Food Bank
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center for the Arts has announced the presentation of a $6,000 check to JBJ Soul Kitchen Food Bank in Wainscott, raised as a portion of the donations received during the one-night-only Starry Night Gala Telethon, which aired virtually at baystreet.org.
Washington Pavilion Offers Free Festivals Every Saturday Through The Holidays Washington Pavilion Offers Free Festivals Every Saturday Through The Holidays
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

Most Saturdays through December 26, 2020 the Washington Pavilion offers free festivals for children and families. The events are part of a series of events in Sioux Falls Alive - a partnership with the City of Sioux Falls and Experience Sioux Falls.
Blanton Museum of Art Presents Curated Conversations This Week Blanton Museum of Art Presents Curated Conversations This Week
by BWW News Desk on October 23, 2020

The latest installation of Curated Conversations, a Zoom series from the Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas in Austin, which returns Tuesday, October 27th at 6pm Eastern/5pm Central for a virtual curator talk on the recently opened exhibition Expanding Abstraction: Pushing the Boundaries of Painting in the Americas, 1958–1983.