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The Why Collective Adds Performance For Bryce McClendon's THE SMALLEST SOUND, IN THE  Photo The Why Collective Adds Performance For Bryce McClendon's THE SMALLEST SOUND, IN THE SMALLEST SPACE
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 23, 2023

The Why Collective will add a performance of The Smallest Sound, in the Smallest Space by Bryce McClendon on Saturday March 4 at 2pm, after sold out performances on Friday, March 3 at 7pm, Saturday, March 4 at 7pm EDT, and Sunday, March 5 at 3pm EDT at Nancy Manocherian's the cell theatre (Artistic Director, Kira Simring).

Photos: THE LINEUP WITH SUSIE MOSHER Returns To Birdland Theater Photo Photos: THE LINEUP WITH SUSIE MOSHER Returns To Birdland Theater
by Stephen Mosher - Jan 16, 2023

After a hiatus for holiday work, Susie Mosher made a welcome and victorious return to her home away from home last week, and Birdland was better for it.

Original Musical MARIAN Starring Emilie Kouatchou & More to Have Additional Invite-On Photo Original Musical MARIAN Starring Emilie Kouatchou & More to Have Additional Invite-Only Readings This Week
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 16, 2022

Liquid Theatre Collective and Randy Donaldson, Executive Producer, will present two additional private, invitation only readings of MARIAN, an original musical based on the life of world-renowned contralto, Marian Anderson.

City Lyric Opera Presents NY Premiere Of Lori Laitman's UNCOVERED Photo City Lyric Opera Presents NY Premiere Of Lori Laitman's UNCOVERED
by Stephi Wild - Oct 7, 2022

One of New York City's most innovative opera companies, City Lyric Opera (CLO), presents the New York premiere of Uncovered, a chamber opera that plumbs the dramatic intersection of abortion, fundamentalism, and homosexuality within a true story. 

Original Musical MARIAN Will Have Private Industry Readings This Week Photo Original Musical MARIAN Will Have Private Industry Readings This Week
by Stephi Wild - Jun 16, 2022

Liquid Theatre Collective and Randy Donaldson, Executive Producer, will present two (2) private industry readings of MARIAN, an original musical based on the life of world-renowned contralto, Marian Anderson.

Opera In The Pines Presents Maine Premiere Of THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK Photo Opera In The Pines Presents Maine Premiere Of THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 25, 2022

Opera in the Pines presents the Maine premiere of The Diary of Anne Frank, by Russian composer Grigory Frid, on May 5th and 7th at 7 PM, in collaboration with the Maine Jewish Museum, 267 Congress Street, Portland, Maine.

National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene Announces Cast And Cameos In: A YIDDISH RENAISSAN Photo National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene Announces Cast And Cameos In: A YIDDISH RENAISSANCE
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 7, 2021

This July, National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene will bring together more than 140 actors, singers and musicians from across globe for a sensational, one-time event - A Yiddish Renaissance: A Virtual Concert Celebration - filled with music and appearances by some of the most renowned Yiddish performers.

BWW Review: Pacific Opera Project's DON PROCOPIO at Heritage Square Photo BWW Review: Pacific Opera Project's DON PROCOPIO at Heritage Square
by Maria Nockin - Jun 5, 2021

Euphemia and Andronico bicker over Andronico's choice of the miserly Don Procopio as a husband for Bettina. Ernesto, Bettina's brother, arrives home from long travels and hears that his sister is to be married to a man she does not love. Bettina loves Odoardo. Ernesto, Odoardo, and Bettina, knowing that Procopio really wants Bettina’s money, devise a plan to stop the old man.

West Coast Premiere Of Bizet's DON PROCOPIO to be Presented by Pacific Opera Project, Photo West Coast Premiere Of Bizet's DON PROCOPIO to be Presented by Pacific Opera Project, Live Outdoors In LA
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 3, 2021

Pacific Opera Project has announced its next installment of revolutionary, pandemic-safe productions, the west coast premiere of Georges Bizet's rarely performed comedic opera Don Procopio, performed live outdoors at the Heritage Square Museum in Los Angeles.

BWW Review: SONGS FROM THE SANTA FE OPERA at Home Computer Screens Photo BWW Review: SONGS FROM THE SANTA FE OPERA at Home Computer Screens
by Maria Nockin - Aug 2, 2020

The story of David Henry Hwanga??s play  M. Butterfly, while entwined with that of Puccinia??s opera Madama Butterfly, is basically about the relationship between French diplomat Bernard Boursicot and Shi Pei Pu, a Peking Opera singer. The singer, thought by all who knew her to be female, was actually male. Premiering on Broadway in 1988, the play won that yeara??s Tony Award for Best Play.