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Chuck Wicks and Shiners Nashville Celebrate One Year at Woolworth Theatre

Chuck Wicks and Shiners Nashville celebrate their first year at the Woolworth Theatre with a 'Day of Recognition' honor from Tennessee Governor Bill Lee.

Tennessee Anti-Drag Law Deemed Unconstitutional

A Trump-appointed judge has deemed the anti-drag law in Tennessee unconstitutional, citing that the law is a free speech violation. 

Photos: Inside American Repertory Theater's Gala Honoring Lawrence S. Bacow and Adele Fleet Bacow

The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University celebrated Harvard President Lawrence S. Bacow and Adele Fleet Bacow for their impact on the arts at Harvard and beyond at the theater’s annual gala last Monday, May 8.

TPAC Announces International Architecture Team For New Performance Home

Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) has announced the selection of a global architecture team including the innovative and internationally acclaimed BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), the national award-winning performing arts architecture firm William Rawn Associates and the award-winning Nashville-based EOA Architects for the design of a new performance home.

Mya Byrne Shares New Single 'I'm Gonna Stop'

Byrne made history earlier this year when her “It Don’t Fade” music video was added to rotation on CMT Music, marking the first nationally broadcast kiss between two trans lesbians. Her most recent single “Come On” was also praised by NPR Music, who said “You could call ‘Come On’ the ‘I Will Survive’ of early 2023.” 

Tennessee Governor Proposes $200 Million Grant to Support Relocation of Tennessee Performing Arts Center

Gov. Bill Lee of Tennessee has release his latest budget proposal, which includes a $200 million grant to help the Tennessee Performing Arts Center find a new home.

BAM to Present Fall Concert Series at Fort Greene Park Featuring Chief Adjuah, Taylor McFerrin and Friends & More

BAM Live at Fort Greene Park, is a free concert series that brings Brooklyn residents together for live outdoor music and performances. Produced by Danny Kapilian, this year's concerts will take place over two weekends—Saturdays and Sundays, October 1 & 2 and October 8 & 9.

BAM/Announces Fall Concert Series At Fort Greene Park

BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) has announced the lineup for BAM Live at Fort Greene Park, its free concert series that brings Brooklyn residents together for live outdoor music and performances.

OLD TOWN UNTAPPED Pompano Beach Rocks On For The Summer

Beat the heat and check out the best live music South Florida has to offer! On the first Friday of every month, “Old Town” in Pompano Beach becomes the epicenter for art, food, and music!

Theatre Memphis' Debbie Litch Honored With Governor's Award

Executive Producer of Theatre Memphis, Debbie Litch, has been named the recipient of the highest honor in the Tennessee arts with the Tennessee Governor's Arts Award.

BAM Announces Star-Studded Lineup For R&B Festival At Fort Greene Park

BAM R&B Festival returns for two weekends of free performances at Fort Greene Park, set for Saturdays and Sundays, October 2—3 and October 9—10. The widely-known festival, which has grown to become one of Brooklyn's beloved outdoor traditions, brings together the community and groundbreaking artists—from music legends to bold new voices across the genre of R&B.

Antoinette Ellis-Williams And Mary E. Weems Take Top Honors At DUAF

Downtown Urban Arts Festival has announced the honored plays from its 19th season including Antoinette Ellis-Williams, won Best Play for her solo performance of Scarf Diaries. Mary E. Weems won Best Short Play for Slapped.

Bonnaroo Announces 2021 Lineup

Hailed by the New York Times as the summer event that “revolutionized the modern rock festival,” Bonnaroo has drawn high-profile media attention and critical acclaim for two groundbreaking decades. 

BWW Feature: Spotlight On Darius de Haas - A Video Library

Darius de Haas has a long and respected career making music on the stage, and now he has a lot of new fans, thanks to an insanely popular TV show on Amazon Prime. Here he is in action.

OZ Arts Nashville Names Adam C. Sansiveri To Its Board Of Directors

Contemporary arts center OZ Arts Nashville today announced the addition of Adam C. Sansiveri, managing director and the head of the Nashville private client group at Alliance Bernstein, to its board of directors.

Tracy Lawrence Celebrates 15th Anniversary Of Mission:Possible Turkey Fry And Benefit Concert

Country music star, Tracy Lawrence, wrapped his 15th Annual Mission:Possible Turkey Fry and Benefit Concert yesterday and was also honored with an official day of recognition, declaring November 24th as 'Tracy Lawrence Day.' 

Spike Lee Is Working with PASSING STRANGE Writers on Viagra Movie Musical

Film legend Spike Lee is planning his next project- a movie musical about the creation of Viagra. According to EW, Lee is working with playwright Kwame Kwei-Armah on the screenplay, which is based on David Kusher's 2018 Esquire piece- 'All Rise: The Untold Story of The Guys Who Launched Viagra.'

New and Upcoming Releases For the Week of November 9 - JAGGED LITTLE PILL Book, MOULIN ROUGE! Songbook, and More!

Need something new to read, watch, or listen to? Check out this week's list of new and upcoming releases! This week's list includes a book of stories behind the musical Jagged Little Pill, the Moulin Rouge! songbook, and more!

Miller Theatre at Columbia University School of the Arts Announces New Digital Initiatives for 2020-21 Season

Miller Theatre's celebrated, fun and free Pop-Up Concerts resume, with a change of venue. Filmed live in the awe-inspiring Lantern (the top floor venue in the Lenfest Center for the Arts, with sweeping views of Manhattan), Miller invites the public to take a virtual front-row seat for exciting performances by world-class musicians.

Drummer/Composer Nasheet Waits Joins New England Conservatory Faculty

New England Conservatory's Jazz Studies Department has hired renowned drummer, composer and educator Nasheet Waits to join the jazz faculty beginning in the 2020-2021 academic year.

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