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BWW Feature: And The Nominees Are... BEST FILMED SHOW, PRESENTED FROM ARCHIVAL VIDEO Photo BWW Feature: And The Nominees Are... BEST FILMED SHOW, PRESENTED FROM ARCHIVAL VIDEO
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 24, 2020

The Broadway World Awards for Cabaret have new categories this year to acknowledge artists who shard their whole shows online. These are the shows nominated by fans for their work and their generosity.

Photo Flash: Andre De Shields, John Benjamin Hickey And More Star In Terrence McNally Photo Photo Flash: Andre De Shields, John Benjamin Hickey And More Star In Terrence McNally's SOME MEN at Rattlestick
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 3, 2019

Doug Nevin and Michael Urie, in partnership with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater closed out the Pride Plays' festival of play readings commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, with a benefit reading of Terrence McNally's Some Men, helmed by Logan Reed, on June 24 at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.

Tim Burton and Broadway: A 'Strange and Unusual' Match Made in Heaven Photo Tim Burton and Broadway: A 'Strange and Unusual' Match Made in Heaven
by Stephi Wild - Apr 25, 2019

Tim Burton is being represented on Broadway in what is perhaps the most Burton-esque show to grace the stage, Beetlejuice. But did you know that adaptations of Burton's films have been on Broadway before, and that he created the film version of a classic Broadway musical?

La MaMa ETC Presents Staged Reading Of Michael Shayan's TRICKS Featuring Monet X Chan Photo La MaMa ETC Presents Staged Reading Of Michael Shayan's TRICKS Featuring Monet X Change From RuPaul's Drag Race
by Julie Musbach - Apr 23, 2018

The historic La MaMa Experimental Theater Club presents an industry reading of Michael Shayan's new queer, dark comedy, 'Tricks,' featuring Monet X Change from RuPaul's Drag Race and directed by John Michael DiResta.

Photo Coverage: Tony Award Winner William Finn's Students Create Future Broadway Winning Songs
by Stephen Sorokoff - Jun 11, 2017

Tin Pan Alley on 28th street in Manhattan was where many songs were composed in the early 20th century.  Young composers like George Gershwin wrote many of the tunes we are still singing today.  Now, a lot of the creative music and lyrics are coming out of William Finn's Master Class at The NYU Tisch Graduate Program in Musical Theatre Writing.  Instead of these young songwriters displaying there work on the cheap upright pianos that gave Tin Pan Alley it's name, Mr. Finn who is also the Artistic Head of the Musical Theatre Lab at Barrington Stage Company  puts on a show on Barrington's Main Stage in PIttsfield Massachusetts.

Drama League to Welcome SIDE SHOW's Bill Condon for 'Up Close' Series Tomorrow
by Tyler Peterson - Nov 11, 2014

The Drama League continues the Fall 2014 Programming Schedule with the ever popular 'Up Close' Series featuring Academy Award winner and Broadway director of Side Show Bill Condon who will be joined by WABC TV's Sandy Kenyon, tomorrow, Wednesday, November 11, 2014 beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the Drama League Theater Center (32 Avenue of the Americas).

THIS WEEK IN PICTURES: May 17-23
by Louisa Brady - May 23, 2014

Whether you've been living under a rock for the past week or you're just in the mood for a recap, BroadwayWorld's 'This Week in Pictures' is here to satisfy your end-of-the-week fix! Take a look below to catch up on the latest happenings from the Great White Way to The West End (and everywhere in between) with coverage of press events, rehearsals, opening nights and more. Highlights this week include a first look at 'Just Jim Dale,' the Stars in the Alley concert, the cast of 'Submissions Only' at 54 Below, and more!

Photo Flash: Bernadette Peters & Tovah Feldshuh Visit Tyne Daly at MOTHERS AND SONS
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 28, 2014

Last night Bernadette Peters and Tovah Feldshuh attended Terrence McNally's Mothers and Sons on Broadway, and while they were there, they went backstage to greet fellow leading lady Tyne Daly as well as the rest of the cast following the performance. BroadwayWorld brings you photos from backstage below!

Daniel Evans, Bobby Steggert, Michael Urie, and Alan Cumming Lead Roundabout's COMPANY Reading Today
by Rialto Chatter - Oct 18, 2013

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, Roundabout Theatre Company today hosts a private reading for a potential new production of Stephen Sondheim's Company, which might include some gender reversals in the casting of SOME of the show's iconic characters. Also, contrary to published reports, Nathan Lane is not currently attached to the workshop. We have confirmed that featured amongst the cast are Bobby Steggert, Michael Urie, and Alan Cumming. The New York Times is now reporting that Tony-winning director John Tiffany is directing and 2008 Tony nominee Daniel Evans is playing 'Bobby', who will be gay in this version of the show.

RIALTO CHATTER Update: Daniel Evans, Bobby Steggart, Michael Urie, and Alan Cumming Lead Roundabout's COMPANY Readings; John Tiffany Directs
by Rialto Chatter - Oct 15, 2013

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, Roundabout Theatre Company has been hosting private readings for a potential new production of Stephen Sondheim's Company, which might include some gender reversals in the casting of SOME of the show's iconic characters. Also, contrary to published reports, Nathan Lane is not currently attached to the workshop. We have confirmed that featured amongst the cast are Bobby Steggart, Michael Urie, and Alan Cumming. The New York Times is now reporting that Tony-winning director John Tiffany is directing and 2008 Tony nominee Daniel Evans is playing 'Bobby', who will be gay in this version of the show.

RIALTO CHATTER: Roundabout Hosting Private COMPANY Readings, Including Steggart, Urie, Cumming & More
by Robert Diamond - Oct 15, 2013

BroadwayWorld.com has confirmed online reports that the Roundabout Theatre Company has been hosting private readings for a potential new production of Stephen Sondheim's Company, which might include some gender reversals in the casting of SOME of the show's iconic characters. Also, contrary to published reports, Nathan Lane is not currently attached to the workshop. We have confirmed that featured amongst the cast are Bobby Steggart, Michael Urie, and Alan Cumming.

BWW Interviews: Mary-Mitchell Campbell on ASTEP - A BIG FISH in Broadway's Charity Works Pond
by Marakay Rogers - Aug 22, 2013

The noted musical director, currently taking on BIG FISH, also takes on the issues of children, poverty, and education with her arts organization, ASTEP

STAGE TUBE: CAP21 Interviews WICKED's Larkin Bogan
by Stage Tube - Jun 5, 2013

In the next installment of CAP21's 'Ask A Broadway Star', CAP21 alum and cast member of Broadway's WICKED Larkin Bogan talks to current student Christina Eskridge about his role in WICKED and what it's like to be part of the Broadway community. Click below!

STAGE TUBE: CAP21 Interviews A CHRISTMAS STORY's Andrew Cristi and Thay Floyd
by Stage Tube - Dec 5, 2012

Check out CAP21's holiday installment of 'Ask A Broadway Star'. In the video below, catch up with alums Andrew Cristi and Thay Floyd, who are both currently in the new Broadway Musical, A Christmas Story. Click below to get some great tips and also hear about some of the actors' favorite CAP21 holiday moments!

CAP21 Theatre Company Announces 20th Anniversary Season
by Kelsey Denette - Nov 29, 2012

As The CAP21 Theatre Company celebrates its 20th Anniversary, Executive Artistic Director, Frank Ventura and Artistic Director, Eliza Ventura have announced CAP21's 2013 momentous "20th Anniversary Season". In honor of the milestone anniversary, CAP21 promises to support the development of at least 20 new musicals in the coming year through various programming that the Theatre Company offers.

CAP21 Theatre Company Celebrates 20th Anniversary, Announces Upcoming Season
by Kelsey Denette - Oct 11, 2012

As the CAP21 Theatre Company celebrates their 20th Anniversary, Executive Artistic Director, Frank Ventura and Artistic Director, Eliza Ventura have announced CAP21's 2012-2013 ambitious "Season of New Work", which promises to further develop at least 20 new musicals in the coming year through various programming that the Theatre Company offers. Additionally the upcoming year will include two Off-Off Broadway productions: Maiden Voyage (working title) by musical team Michelle Elliott and Danny Larsen and Recount (working title), a co-production with Rescue Agreement. Both productions are being developed through CAP21 programs and resources.

FLASH FRIDAY: Forty Years of FOLLIES - Looks, Lives, Love & Lore
by Robert Diamond - Aug 5, 2011

On August 7 the ghosts come out to sing and dance and reminisce a bit when one of the most legendary musicals of all time returns to the Great White Way and previews begin for a sparkling new production of FOLLIES, directed by Eric Schaeffer, based on the recent Kennedy Center mounting of Stephen Sondheim and James Goldman's haunting and thrilling nostalgia cornucopia. While the various productions of FOLLIES over the decades have a lion's share of unforgettable star turns and show-stopping moments to treasure, the brand new Broadway revival could very well be the ghostly musical's true total resurrection for a 21st century audience. After all, this is the show which coined the term Broadway Baby! Speaking of which, with a cast boasting Broadway heavyweights Bernadette Peters, Jan Maxwell, Elaine Paige and Danny Burstein, along with upcoming InDepth InterView participant Ron Raines, along with the glories of Sondheim's masterful score and the moody magic that this musical can singularly conjure, this production is evidently poised to present FOLLIES as perfectly as potentially possible for a modern audience - so, while taking a look at this particular production and the past performances of the stars of the show we shall parse the looks, lives, love and lore that makes up FOLLIES - and a couple laughs, too - and also consider why it is one of the most important musicals of the twentieth century.

Photo Flash: Bobby Steggert Welcomes New AEA Members
by Jessica Lewis - Jun 21, 2010

Bobby Steggart was the guest speaker at Actors' Equity Association's New Member Reception in New York today, June 21, where 48 actors gathered to learn more about the Union and how it works for them.

GPR Records to sponsor Haiku Twitter Contest In Celebration of POETIC LICENSE
by Gabrielle Sierra - Apr 7, 2010

GPR Records, the new CD label specializing in Broadway, classical, spoken word and children's music, is sponsoring a poetry contest that will take place on Twitter, called TwItsPoetic, to celebrate National Poetry Month and the release of their first CD Poetic License: 100 Poems by 100 Performers.

STAGE TUBE: Poetic License - Jason Alexander
by Robert Diamond - Mar 28, 2010

GPR Records' first release will be 'Poetic License' featuring 100 poems read by 100 performers of the stage and screen. The CD will be released on April 2nd in celebration of National Poetry Month and will be available on Amazon.com and on itunes. There has never been a spoken word recording that has included so many performers reading such a wide variety of poetry, each selection a personal choice of the performer. GPR Records is presenting this collection in hopes of inspiring audiences with a new appreciation of the spoken word.

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