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Photo Flash: Washington Stage Guild Presents THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE PhotosPhoto Flash: Washington Stage Guild Presents THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE
by BWW News Desk - Seattle

(3/8/2021) - The Washington Stage follows up on its greatly popular presentation of Don Juan In Hell last November with a very different “devilish” play by Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw.


Photo Flash: First Look at The Belfast Ensemble's World Premiere of THE MUSICIAN PhotosPhoto Flash: First Look at The Belfast Ensemble's World Premiere of THE MUSICIAN: A CHILDREN'S HORROR OPERA
by BWW News Desk - Ireland

(3/8/2021) - Conor Mitchell’s darkly comic children’s opera retells a familiar story: ‘who was the Pied Piper? and ‘Why did the rats all dance to his tune?’ This world premiere from the award-winning Belfast Ensemble brings opera home to Northern Ireland. Musically extraordinary, this cautionary tale explores themes of nature, nurture and just desserts!


BWW Interview: Sheila Carrasco on Exploring Female Identity in ANYONE BUT ME PhotosBWW Interview: Sheila Carrasco on Exploring Female Identity in ANYONE BUT ME
by Shari Barrett - Los Angeles

(3/8/2021) - Two solo explorations of female identity, written and performed by two funny Latinx-American women, are being presented by IAMA Theatre Company: ANYONE BUT ME, written and performed by Sheila Carrasco, directed by Margaux Susi; and THE OXY COMPLEX, written and performed by Anna LaMadrid, directed by Michelle Bossy. While following strict Covid-19 guidelines, both were filmed live at L.A.’s Pico Playhouse and will premiere virtually on March 21 at www.iamatheatre.com, where each will continue streaming through April 18. Sheila Carrasco, a resident of Santa Monica, just wrapped filming ANYONE BUT ME. As a fellow Westsider, I decided to speak with her about that experience prior to seeing her show.


Photo Coverage: First look at Curtain Players' NEW WORKS INITIATIVE PhotosPhoto Coverage: First look at Curtain Players' NEW WORKS INITIATIVE
by Jerri Shafer - Columbus

(3/8/2021) - The New Works Initiative is Curtain Players’ annual new play development program. Curtain Players invited three playwrights to workshop and develop new plays from the ground up. This year the new plays were presented over three nights. After the reading the author and cast presented a talkback with the theatre. These productions will be available for viewing online March 10th thru April 9th. For tickets or more information visit: http://www.curtainplayers.org/


Photo Coverage: Nicolas King at Wick Cabaret PhotosPhoto Coverage: Nicolas King at Wick Cabaret
by Stephen Sorokoff - Cabaret

(3/6/2021) - Imagine  a night club gig starring  Mel Torme, with Anita O’Day or Ella Fitzgerald as his guest vocalist, and the Oscar Peterson Trio backing them up.  That’s the way it sounded in the Wick Theater’s Cabaret last night as the award winning singer Nicolas King had guest vocalist Veronica Swift and pianist Mike Renzi and trio on the stage with him.  It was a musically sophisticated audience at the dinner tables for this show.. Everyone in the elegant room had reserved well in advance.  


Photo Flash: Raleigh Little Theater Presents A NUMBER PhotosPhoto Flash: Raleigh Little Theater Presents A NUMBER
by BWW News Desk - Raleigh

(3/5/2021) - “A Number” is a beguiling psychological thriller that blends topical scientific speculation with a stunning portrait of the relationship between fathers and their sons.


Photo Flash: MACBETH adapted by Core Theatre Ensemble PhotosPhoto Flash: MACBETH adapted by Core Theatre Ensemble
by Emel Ertugrul - Central Virginia

(3/5/2021) - Zeiders American Dream Theater (The Z) in Town Center under the lead ership of Artistic Director Bart Kuebler and Executive Director Terry Flint, is pleased to present the return of No Holds Bard: Shakespeare Remade.


Photo Flash: Garden Theatre Presents A RAISIN IN THE SUN PhotosPhoto Flash: Garden Theatre Presents A RAISIN IN THE SUN
by BWW News Desk - Orlando

(3/4/2021) - Central Florida audiences will have the opportunity to see Hansberry’s masterpiece on the Garden Theatre stage as part of the theatre’s 13th season. Directed by Roberta Emerson, the production plays a limited run March 3 - 14, 2021.  


Photo Flash: First Look at the New Digital Production of THE PICTURE OF DORIAN G PhotosPhoto Flash: First Look at the New Digital Production of THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY
by BWW News Desk - UK Regional

(3/2/2021) - From the creative team behind the award-winning What a Carve Up!, the contemporary take follows influencer Dorian Gray as he makes a deal for his social star never to fade.


Photo Flash: Be An #ArtsHero Debuts '2021: Arts Hero' Candle With We Light PhotosPhoto Flash: Be An #ArtsHero Debuts '2021: Arts Hero' Candle With We Light
by BWW News Desk - New York City

(3/2/2021) - Be An #ArtsHero partnered with We Light to debut the candle “2021: Arts Hero” as part of Arts Workers Unite: 100 Days of Art and Activism, calling on our nation’s Arts & Culture Workers to stand up, be counted, and be heard. 


Photos and Video: Gavin Creel & Shoshana Bean Bring Music Back to Manhattan with PhotosPhotos and Video: Gavin Creel & Shoshana Bean Bring Music Back to Manhattan with NY PopsUp!
by BWW News Desk - Broadway

(3/1/2021) - Passersby in Lower Manhattan got a treat on Saturday afternoon. As a part of NY PopsUp- the sprawling arts festival intended to bring back the arts sector in New York State, Tony Award winner Gavin Creel, Shoshana Bean, and Ximone Rose united to bring music back to the city.


Photo Coverage: First Look at Hilliard Arts Council's TALKING WITH PhotosPhoto Coverage: First Look at Hilliard Arts Council's TALKING WITH
by Jerri Shafer - Columbus

(2/27/2021) - Ten different stories delivered by idiosyncratic characters that amuse, move and frighten - always speaking from the depth of their souls. The trick might be to figure out what links them all. Maybe nothing at all—maybe everything. It’s part of the riddle that make Jane Martin’s “Talking With…” so appealing.


Photos/Video: Andre De Shields in FREDERICK DOUGLASS: MINE EYES HAVE SEEN THE GL PhotosPhotos/Video: Andre De Shields in FREDERICK DOUGLASS: MINE EYES HAVE SEEN THE GLORY at Flushing Town Hall
by BWW News Desk - Broadway

(2/27/2021) - Last night, Andre De Shields performed excerpts from his solo show, “André De Shields is Frederick Douglass: Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory' at Flushing Town Hall.


Creativity, Commitment and Community Enable Broadway Training Center to Thrive A PhotosCreativity, Commitment and Community Enable Broadway Training Center to Thrive Amid Pandemic
by BWW News Desk - Rockland / Westchester

(2/25/2021) - Broadway Training Center of Westchester, one of the region's premier performing arts schools, is on a roll. Late year, the school purchased its longtime location and the building next door in Hastings-on-Hudson, securing a permanent home. Then in early January, it hosted a highly successful and entirely virtual Winter Gala and Alumni Show, exceeding its ambitious fundraising goal of $100,000.


PICK OF THE VINE at Little Fish Theatre Streams Online March 5 through 31 PhotosPICK OF THE VINE at Little Fish Theatre Streams Online March 5 through 31
by Shari Barrett - Los Angeles

(2/25/2021) - Founded in 2002 as an artists' ensemble, Little Fish Theatre presents classic and contemporary plays in an intimate setting on Centre Street in the Arts District of downtown San Pedro. With the pandemic forcing the shutdown of live theatre, Little Fish Theatre’s 2021 Virtual Season offers up a tasty serving of this year’s best short plays with Pick of the Vine.


Photo Flash: North Coast Repertory Presents TRYING PhotosPhoto Flash: North Coast Repertory Presents TRYING
by BWW News Desk - San Diego

(2/23/2021) - The story is based on playwright Joanna McClelland Glass’s experience as an assistant to famed Attorney General and Chief Judge at Nuremberg, Francis Biddle, during the final year of his life. Audiences are treated to a highly literate, affecting portrayal of two wildly different personalities struggling to understand each other. Told with great humor, compassion and insight, this is a compelling and deeply satisfying piece of theatre.


Photo Flash: First Look at the Cast of Streaming Concert Production of GATSBY A PhotosPhoto Flash: First Look at the Cast of Streaming Concert Production of GATSBY A MUSICAL
by BWW News Desk - UK / West End

(2/23/2021) - Adapted by director Linnie Reedman, and with music and lyrics by Joe Evans, this unmissable piece brings F Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel to life for a semi-staged concert experience. Vibrant characters, popped corks, and infectious rhythms collide with personal conflicts and lost loves in this tragedy of the vanishing jazz era.


Photo Flash: First Stage Young Company Presents THE CRUCIBLE PhotosPhoto Flash: First Stage Young Company Presents THE CRUCIBLE
by BWW News Desk - Milwaukee, WI

(2/17/2021) - Next up in First Stage's Through Our Lens 2021 Virtual Season of Plays will be Arthur Miller's powerful and timely drama THE CRUCIBLE. Winner of both the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award and inspired by the McCarthy hearings of the 1950s, the play takes audiences back to a fictionalized account of the Salem, Massachusetts witch trials that took place during the years 1692 and 1693. It is a tale of lies, revenge and mass hysteria as the citizens of Salem turn against each other as gossip becomes fact, lies become truth and innocence becomes guilt. Miller explores how public hysteria combined with fear can destroy people's lives.


BWW Interview: Mitch Feinstein on his Solo Autobiographical Performance in FOR L PhotosBWW Interview: Mitch Feinstein on his Solo Autobiographical Performance in FOR LOVE OR MONEY
by Shari Barrett - Los Angeles

(2/16/2021) - I recently spoke with writer/performer Mitch Feinstein on this autobiographical journey in FOR LOVE OR MONEY that invites all of us to consider: Can we learn lessons and make changes, or is it too late? Set at the onset of the pandemic, a successful 76-year-old businessman is forced to examine his choices in life, what he thinks he has achieved, and what he feels he has lost. Why did he so fervently quest for money and security at the expense of his own happiness and the trampling of his artistic soul?


Photos & Video: Shakespeare & Company Announces New Outdoor Amphitheatre PhotosPhotos & Video: Shakespeare & Company Announces New Outdoor Amphitheatre
by BWW News Desk - Boston

(2/16/2021) - For many years, the sounds of Shakespeare echoed through the trees at The Mount, Edith Wharton’s iconic Berkshire estate. Now, more than four decades after its founding, Shakespeare & Company is reimagining its history of outdoor performances with the creation of a 500-seat amphitheater on the sprawling campus it has called home since 2000.


Photo Flash: Go Inside the Valentine's Day Edition of VOYEUR: THE WINDOWS OF TOU PhotosPhoto Flash: Go Inside the Valentine's Day Edition of VOYEUR: THE WINDOWS OF TOULOUSE LAUTREC
by BWW News Desk - Off-Off-Broadway

(2/16/2021) - Bated Breath Theatre Company presented a special Valentine’s Day edition of its live hit Voyeur: The Windows Of Toulouse-lautrec on February 13, 2021. In addition to this acclaimed intimate performance experience, each ticket holder received a red rose provided by Starbright Floral Design, a glass of Prosecco, and chocolate truffles.