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Review: DON'T VOTE FOR ME at Scrips2Stage2Screen

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Canadian Theatre Critics Association Now Accepting Submissions for 2022 Nathan Cohen Awards

The Canadian Theatre Critics Association has announced the 2022 Nathan Cohen Awards for Excellence in Theatre Criticism. The CTCA is now accepting submissions for the 2022 Nathan Cohen Awards, with a deadline to submit of November 4, 2022.

BWW Previews: A NIGHT IN PUGLIA at Script2Stage2Screen

 “This is a romance for all ages and orientations,” said Steve Fisher, Script2Stage2Screen’s artistic director.  “Set in Italy, it’s a sensual and sweet love story. Hal O’Connell, a member of Script2Stage2Screen’s executive committee and active in numerous Valley theaters, will be directing.”

Benefit Performance Of THE LAST BOY Set For April 27 At Town Hall

The Last Boy...a new play with music will be featured at 'a benefit on Broadway...a Yom HaShoah to remember' on Wednesday, April 27th, 2022 at 6:00pm at The Town Hall, 123 W. 43rd Street between Broadway and 6th Avenue.


The Last Boy in the Second Republic of SHKID, will open at Off-Broadway's Theatre at St. Clements this July 10th, 2021, with a planned transfer to Broadway. This play with music is inspired by the incredible story of the boys of Terezín Concentration Camp's Dorm Number One, who created the longest-running underground publication of the Holocaust.

Photo Flash: Steven Fisher's New Holiday Musical THE LITTLE DANCER Comes to Theatre 71

The Little Dancer, a new holiday family musical written by Commonwealth Youthchoirs (CY)'s Founder and Artistic Director Steven Fisher, had its world premiere on December 1st at Theatre 71, off Broadway. Helmed by Richard Vida,The Little Dancer tells the heart-warming story of how fourteen-year-old Marie Van Goethem, the model for Edgar Degas' one and only sculpture, became the most famous ballerina in the world.

Theatricum Presents First-Ever Revival of HAITI

Will Geer's Theatricum Botanicum presents the first-ever revival of a historical melodrama about the Haitian revolution that graced the stage at New York's Lafayette Theatre in Harlem in 1938 as part of the Federal Theatre Project. Haiti by William DuBois will join Theatricum's summer repertory season beginning July 28. Performances will continue at Theatricum's beautiful outdoor venue in Topanga through Sept. 29.

Werner Herzog To Direct Fordlandia TV Series for Hyde Park

Werner Herzog To Direct Fordlandia TV Series for Hyde Park

FremantleMedia North America Partners with Popular Fantasy Author Brandon Sanderson on DARK ONE

FremantleMedia North America (FMNA) with Random House Studio today announced a milestone partnership with best-selling fantasy novelist Brandon Sanderson. The author is taking the Dark One property to a new level and making it a true multi-media experience - not only spanning the small screen with the TV series, but he's concurrently creating a graphic novel that will be published by Vault Comics. Sanderson's also penning a supplementary, multi-volume book series that will expand on the storyline from the show and further explore subsidiary characters. Additionally, fans will be able to enjoy his master storytelling through the Dark One podcast where it will shed further light on the incidents leading up to where the TV series will begin.

BWW Review: DARE at Desert Rose Playhouse

'Message Plays' are a difficult breed. When they hammer you with their themes, they are more painful than an over-long sermon on a hot Sunday morning. However, when they click, as Desert Rose's production of Dare does on all cylinders, they deliver one of the highest functions of theatre: entertainment that educates. An outstanding company of actors, under the direction of Jim Strait, bring Texas playwright Allan Baker's new script to life, and our 'lessons' are eagerly lapped up!

ESPN's New Morning Show GET UP Debuts 4/2

Mornings on ESPN will look different this spring when its new morning show GET UP, featuring Michelle Beadle, Mike Greenberg, and Jalen Rose, premieres Monday, April 2.

BWW Review: Desert Rose Presents a Not-to-be-Missed Production of Tennessee Williams' SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER

Desert Rose Playhouse's current production of Tennessee Williams' SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER is a must-see for all audiences, thanks to the fine acting, directing, and design work. 

BWW Review: Desert Theatreworks' Production of ON GOLDEN POND is Golden, and Not to be Missed.

Desert Theatreworks' (DTW's) production will make you reevaluate everything you thought you knew about ON GOLDEN POND -- it has many comedic moments. Here, the play is expertly performed and directed.

BWW Review: Desert Rose Presents a Fine Production of FIFTH OF JULY.

Desert Rose Playhouse's 2017-18 'gay heritage production' is Lanford Wilson's FIFTH OF JULY, which the company pulls off admirably except for some pacing problems.

ESPN's New Morning Show GET UP Debuts 4/2

Mornings on ESPN will look different this spring when its new morning show GET UP, featuring Michelle Beadle, Mike Greenberg, and Jalen Rose, premieres Monday, April 2.

BWW Review: DTW Skewers the Armadillo Acres Trailer Park in a Terrific Holiday Send-up

Desert Theatreworks has mounted a high-quality production of THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK CHRISTMAS MUSICAL, with a superb cast and excellent design. If you're looking for laughs, toe-tapping melodies, corny albeit raunchy jokes, and great performances, you won't want to miss this show.

Vote For the 2017 BroadwayWorld Palm Springs Awards; CVRep's BABY Leads Best Musical!

The 2017 awards honor productions which opened between October 1, 2016 and September 30, 2017. Nominations were completely reader-submitted and after the nomination period ended October 31, BroadwayWorld's local editors proofed the list for eligibility and errors.

BWW Review: George Orwell's ANIMAL FARM Speaks Directly to the World's Current Political Turmoil

ANIMAL FARM, Orwell's brilliant political satire about the corrupting influence of power, charts the fall of idealism and the rise of tyranny after the animals of Manor Farm rise up against their oppressive human owner in a struggle for rights, equality, gaining the right to make their own choices on how to live their lives. Onstage, the story is read by two children, the girl (Sierra Rose Friday) and boy (Shane McDermott), keeping the audience informed as to the action taking place or what has gone on off stage leading to that particular scene. It all begins as the animals, led by Snowball, an idealistic pig (Christopher Yarrow), take over the farm from Mr. Jones (Steve Fisher). Their plan goes well at first; all the animals are equal and content. But eventually, several of the other pigs, led by Napoleon (Mark Lewis) and Squealer (Melora Marshall), yield to the lure of power and start to make decisions that serve their own interests best, eventually leading them to proclaim that some animals are more equal than others. The quote, 'absolute power corrupts absolutely,' certainly applies to Orwell's masterful work.

Best of Fringe 2016 Creator Returns to Toronto Fringe with PINEAPPLE CLUB

Robin Henderson, creator of the Best of Fringe hit Dance Animal, is thrilled to be returning to the Toronto Fringe Festival with Pineapple Club, from July 7th-16th, 2017 at the Factory Theatre Mainspace.


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