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Full Cast & Creative Team Announced for BOSWELL at 59E59 Theaters

59E59 Theaters and MHK Productions announced casting for Boswell by Marie Kohler (The Dig) and directed by Laura Gordon (She Stoops to Conquer). Boswell begins previews November 12, 2022, in Theater C and opens November 16 for a run through December 4, 2022.

Santa Cruz Shakespeare Announces World Premiere Of THE FORMULA

Santa Cruz Shakespeare today announced it will open its summer season with the exciting World Premiere of The Formula by Kathryn Chetkovich, directed by Ellen Maguire in a co-production with Blissfield, during its summer festival July 10-Aug. 28 in the Audrey Stanley Grove in DeLaveaga Park.

BWW Review: DESIGNING WOMEN at TheatreSquared brings the Sugarbaker sass to NWA

If you were a fan of the television show Designing Women back in the 80s and early 90s (which I was), this show is for you. If you were not watching tv back then, this is still for you. Giving off a Feminist vibe with a southern spin from the moment you enter the theatre, this production covers all of today's topics including #metoo, Black Lives Matter, COVID, and Donald Trump. There is also a nod to Cardi B and the Kardashians.

Casting Complete for TheatreSquared's DESIGNING WOMEN

Broadway’s Carmen Cusack (Wicked, Bright Star, South Pacific), a Tony Award nominee, plays the indomitable Julia Sugarbaker through October 11, when she returns to Broadway in Flying Over Sunset.

BWW Previews: LOVE at Marin Theatre Company

Written and performed in a time when hashtags such as #MeToo and #BelieveWomen exemplify the changing social dynamic, Kate Cortesi's new play, 'Love,' examines the uncertainties beyond the slogans by drawing and redrawing the unsteady lines of power dynamics related to gender and consent. 

BWW Review: LOVE at Marin Theatre Company

Straight out of recent headlines of #metoo, Bill Cosby, Jeffrey Epstein and Harvey Weinstein comes the World Premiere of Kate Cortesi's Love, a clever, well-acted examination of sexual abuse from the perspective of abuser and victim that challenges the black and white image of right and wrong by adding in heavy shades of grey. The results are a thoughtful, yet perplexing look at the dynamics of sexual power politics.

BWW Review: THE IMMIGRANT at GSP Touches Your Heart and Soul

As a home to great theatre, George Street Playhouse has done it again. 'The Immigrant,' a production that is relevant, inspirational, and entertaining, is now on the New Brunswick stage. Written by Mark Harelik, conceived by Mark Harelik and Randal Myler, the show enjoys wonderful direction by the Playhouse's Director of Education, Jim Jack, and stars an excellent four-person cast.

Photo Flash: First Look At THE IMMIGRANT At George Street Playhouse

George Street Playhouse presents their production of The Immigrant by Mark Harelik, conceived by Mark Harelik and Randal Myler. See photos from the show below!

BWW Interview: Benjamin Pelteson in THE IMMIGRANT at George Street Playhouse

'The Immigrant,' a heartwarming story inspired by the real experiences of a Russian-Jewish emigrant to the United States, will be performed at George Street Playhouse from March 12 through April 7. Broadwayworld.com had the pleasure of interviewing Benjamin Palteson about his career and his role as Haskell Harelik in the show.

THE IMMIGRANT Opens At George Street Playhouse March 12

The Immigrant-a heartwarming story inspired by the real experiences of a Russian-Jewish emigrant to the United States-will open at George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, NJ on March 12. Performances continue through April 7, making this pastoral tale perfect for spring theatregoers.

BWW Review: ADMISSIONS Educates Audiences With Examination of White Privilege

Admissions, a brand-new dramedy by playwright Joshua Harmon, provides a timely and realistic view into contemporary upper-middle-class liberalism, with its barbed humor and challenging subject matter.

ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK's Henny Russell to Star in The Rep's ADMISSIONS

The Rep is kicking off its 2018-2019 Studio Theatre season with Admissions, Joshua Harmon's 2018 Drama Desk Award winner for Outstanding Play. Directed by Steven Woolf, it's a biting piece of theatre whose acidic humor goes straight for the throat.

Photo Coverage: On the Opening Night Red Carpet for BERNHARDT/HAMLET!

To Broadway, or not to Broadway? It's not such a question for Bernhardt/Hamlet, which celebrated a triumphant opening last night at the American Airlines Theatre.

BWW Review: FSU's Sensational SEMINAR

Director Cameron Jackson showcases a small cast of exceptional actors to produce a gripping show.

BWW Feature: FSU Presents SEMINAR to Open School of Theatre Season

Director Cameron Jackson presents the dark play about writers working to achieve at any cost.

The School of Theatre at Florida State University Presents SEMINAR

The School of Theatre at Florida State kicks off its 2016-17 season with Seminar by Theresa Rebeck. Seminar focuses on four young, aspiring novelists who sign up for a private writing seminar, thinking they will be getting sage advice regarding their work. Instead, their lessons are more personal in nature and touch on every aspect of their lives. Unorthodox and relentless methods by their professor leave the students questioning if they'll even survive.

CT Critics Circle Announces Awards Nominations

CT Critics Circle Awards will be presented Monday, June 1 at Hartford Stage.

Cincinnati Playhouse to Present TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, one of the most popular and best-loved stories in American literature, returns to the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park for the first time in more than 20 years in a thought-provoking and visually exciting new production. Christopher Sergel's adaptation of Harper Lee's coming-of-age story will be introduced to a new generation on the Playhouse's Robert S. Marx Theatre stage from March 5 through April 3, 2016. The innovative production of the classic story, which is both timeless and timely, features the Playhouse debut of Obie Award-winning director and Associate Artist Eric Ting.

BWW Reviews: GOOD PEOPLE at TheaterWorks in Hartford

Hartford's a good city for a production of David Lindsay-Abaire's play GOOD PEOPLE, which centers on questions of class in America: how is it that some people get out of the 'hood' and get ahead while others who work plenty hard don't?

BWW Reviews: TheaterWorks Explores THE OTHER PLACE a Mind Can Go

Levy shows a wide arc of emotions as the character goes from educated woman in control of her life to someone not quite sure who to trust, including herself.

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