Tetsuro Fukuhara Set for INTERNATIONAL BUTOH Panel at Howl! HappeningTetsuro Fukuhara Set for INTERNATIONAL BUTOH Panel at Howl! Happening
by BWW News Desk - Oct 10, 2017

Howl! Happening and The New York Butoh Institute present International Butoh, a panel discussion and symposium focused on International Butoh in the 21st century, in conjunction with a series of live performances with Butoh Master Tetsuro Fukuhara (Tokyo, Japan) and Vangeline. (more...)

Rubicon Theatre Seeks New Executive Director in Time for 20th Anniversary SeasonRubicon Theatre Seeks New Executive Director in Time for 20th Anniversary Season
by BWW News Desk - Sep 8, 2017

Rubicon Theatre, located in Ventura, California, seeks to hire an experienced and energetic, hands-on Executive Director (ED) to take the organization to the next level. (more...)

GHOST QUARTET to Launch Inaugural 'Next Door at NYTW' Series; Lineup Announced!GHOST QUARTET to Launch Inaugural 'Next Door at NYTW' Series; Lineup Announced!
by BWW News Desk - Aug 30, 2017

New York Theatre Workshop (NYTW) has announced the inaugural season of Next Door at NYTW in the Fourth Street Theatre, NYTW's newly renovated 65-seat black box space. (more...)

BWW Review: Playwright Imposter Goes Off-Script in THE SUBMISSIONBWW Review: Playwright Imposter Goes Off-Script in THE SUBMISSION
by Perry Tannenbaum - Aug 24, 2017

Three Bone Theatre's fast-paced production of THE SUBMISSION brings out all of playwright Jeff Talbott's backstage comedy and drama - and helps gloss over its clumsy, implausible ending. (more...)

BWW Review: THREE TALL WOMEN at Little Theatre, University Of AdelaideBWW Review: THREE TALL WOMEN at Little Theatre, University Of Adelaide
by Barry Lenny - Aug 13, 2017

If you make any claim at all to loving great theatre, you'll see this one. (more...)

BroadwayWorld Dallas & Fort Worth Seeks Intern
by Kyle Christopher West - Jul 28, 2017

Apply today to join the Dallas and Fort Worth BroadwayWorld.com team as a Social Media Intern. Flexible hours and complimentary theatre tickets are on your upcoming agenda! (more...)

PlayCo Appoints Robert G. Bradshaw as New Managing Director
by BWW News Desk - May 16, 2017

The Play Company (PlayCo; Founding Producer, Kate Loewald) announced today that Robert G. Bradshaw, who since July 2016 has served as Interim Managing Director, has been promoted to the role of Managing Director, effective immediately. (more...)

Sherry Vine and Thorgy Thor Roasted by BOB THE DRAG QUEEN and More 5/3
by BWW News Desk - Apr 28, 2017

Cruel, harsh, tasteless. And that's just the roasters. The rulers of NYC nightlife will join forces for DRAG ROAST as they read drag legends Sherry Vine & Thorgy Thor, to filth! Nothing will be held at the taped on May 3rd, 2017 from 7:30 PM to 11:30 PM at Littlefield Theater (622 Degraw Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217). Some of New York's most notorious and legendary queens, including RuPaul's Drag Race Season 8 winner, Bob The Drag Queen, as well as Ruby Roo, Misty Meaner, Sutton Lee Seymour, Marti Gould Cummings, Grizzly Kiki, Miz Jade, and Tina Burner, all take their shots. And once all the dust has settled, a few special guests will stir things up again. (more...)

BWW Review: WET's REVOLT. SHE SAID. REVOLT AGAIN. Hits Hard but Not Always Coherently
by Jay Irwin - Sep 26, 2016

I've never been a fan of performance art as it tends to lose its message amidst the blur of being odd. I mean I'll never forget the piece I saw where a woman gave birth to herself only to be followed by a group of men beating her with pillows. Having said that, Washington Ensemble Theatre's current production of Alice Birch's play "Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again." is not completely performance art but there were a few moments where the outrageousness of the performance got in the way of the message. But we'll get to that in a minute. (more...)

BWW Review: THE 39 STEPS - The Art of Clowning
by Keith Waits - Sep 6, 2016

The subject of The 39 Steps isn't an innocent man being chased by spies across Scotland, and it isn't Alfred Hitchcock, although it serves as a fine pastiche of iconic Hitchcock moments. What seems to be on the mind of Patrick Barlow, adapting the 1938 movie more than John Buchan's classic novel, is theatre itself; the nonsensical artificiality that lies at the core of the theatrical experience. It invites us to not just recognize but embrace it in uproarious celebration. (more...)

CPT Announces New Fall Season - GROWN UP, MERRYVILLE and More
by BWW News Desk - Jul 6, 2016

CPT heralds the arrival of a new season with a jam-packed line up designed to satiate all your innovative theatrical desires. With theatre/gig mash ups, MP rap battles, valiant attempts to smash the patriarchy, solve the housing crisis & sort out Europe, plus kids taking over the stage to lay down how it really is, this Autumn you won't want to be anywhere else. (more...)

A Musical Theatre InFormance - Il teatro musicale in concerto!
by Nino Prattico - Nov 3, 2013

SAVE THE DATE: Sabato 9 novembre alle ore 20.45 lo spettacolo dal titolo 'A Musical Theatre Informance - Il Teatro Musicale In Concerto' inaugurera la Stagione di Prosa del Comune di Borgo Valsugana (provincia di Trento) organizzata dal Coordinamento Teatrale Trentino. Si tratta di un'informance di teatro musicale, ovvero un concerto con brani scelti dal repertorio del musical internazionale, con l'intento di in-'formare' il pubblico. 'È un tipo di spettacolo pensato per il Trentino - luogo in cui sono nato e cresciuto - ma adattabile a qualsiasi altra parte d'Italia' dice Mattia Ferrari, protagonista e regista dello show. 'Ho pensato - continua - che l'informance potesse essere un modo efficace per far conoscere al pubblico locale un genere teatrale ancora poco diffuso in regione. Per questo motivo ho scelto un cast artistico e tecnico formato da giovani trentini: tre artisti locali che conducono il pubblico attraverso brani provenienti da un genere teatrale che, per alcuni, e ancora del tutto sconosciuto.' (more...)

Mark Bowden Teaches How to Tame our Primitive Behaviors in the Workplace
by BWW News Desk - Mar 20, 2013

The number one anxiety in business is dealing with problem people. This unwanted stress can unleash some impulsive behaviors that may not be appropriate for a work environment. Reflexes and instincts originating from the most primitive part of our brains influence many of our actions and responses, and managing these natural impulsive reactions, as well as those of others, is essential for effectively navigating difficult relationships, handling everyday challenges and ultimately achieving success in the workplace. (more...)

BWW Reviews: CWRU/CPH MFA Students Present Delightful MISANTHROPE
by Roy Berko - Oct 27, 2012

CWRU/CPH MFA Acting Programs' THE MISANTHROPE is a delightful production of a historic classic. (more...)

Fells Point Corner Theatre presents REASONS TO BE PRETTY, Closes 3/6
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2011

reasons to be pretty begins with what is probably the most intense, expletive-driven, flesh-searing argument in the fiery LaBute canon, delivered by a very, very angry young woman to her soon-to-be ex-boyfriend. But after this first burst of shouting, Mr. LaBute lowers the volume and asks us to listen carefully to the way people speak in the early 21st century and to acknowledge the reflexive,culturally conditioned cruelty in much of what we say. (more...)

Fells Point Corner Theatre Presents REASONS TO BE PRETTY Through 3/6
by BWW News Desk - Feb 20, 2011

reasons to be pretty begins with what is probably the most intense, expletive-driven, flesh-searing argument in the fiery LaBute canon, delivered by a very, very angry young woman to her soon-to-be ex-boyfriend. (more...)

Fells Point Corner Theatre presents REASONS TO BE PRETTY 2/18-3/6
by BWW News Desk - Feb 18, 2011

reasons to be pretty begins with what is probably the most intense, expletive-driven, flesh-searing argument in the fiery LaBute canon, delivered by a very, very angry young woman to her soon-to-be ex-boyfriend. But after this first burst of shouting, Mr. LaBute lowers the volume and asks us to listen carefully to the way people speak in the early 21st century and to acknowledge the reflexive,culturally conditioned cruelty in much of what we say. (more...)

FPCT Presents REASONS TO BE PRETTY
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2011

reasons to be pretty begins with what is probably the most intense, expletive-driven, flesh-searing argument in the fiery LaBute canon, delivered by a very, very angry young woman to her soon-to-be ex-boyfriend. But after this first burst of shouting, Mr. LaBute lowers the volume and asks us to listen carefully to the way people speak in the early 21st century and to acknowledge the reflexive, culturally conditioned cruelty in much of what we say. Greg, the play's hero and the recipient of the initial verbal attack, begins listening with a new set of ears, not only to what everyone else says, but also to what he says. A man who always brings a book with him to work by Poe, Hawthorn or Washington Irving, Greg applies a close reader's interest to the less fluent speech of his friends and begins to realize just how fraught everyday communication is. (more...)

Fells Point Corner Theatre presents REASONS TO BE PRETTY 2/18-3/6
by BWW News Desk - Feb 3, 2011

reasons to be pretty begins with what is probably the most intense, expletive-driven, flesh-searing argument in the fiery LaBute canon, delivered by a very, very angry young woman to her soon-to-be ex-boyfriend. But after this first burst of shouting, Mr. LaBute lowers the volume and asks us to listen carefully to the way people speak in the early 21st century and to acknowledge the reflexive,culturally conditioned cruelty in much of what we say. (more...)

Umbilical Bros Return To NYC With Physical/Vocal Comedy SPEED MOUSE 6/29-7/11
by BWW News Desk - Jun 29, 2009

No, they don't pirouette, plié or pas de chat, but audiences are sure to end up rolling with laughter in the aisles when The Umbilical Brothers (David Collins and Shane Dundas) tear up the stage of The Joyce Theater from June 29 - July 11 with their madcap style of physical and vocal mayhem in SPEED MOUSE. Following this two-week engagement, the duo will play Connecticut's Hartford Stage from July 15 - August 2. (more...)

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