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Tonya Pinkins To Star In BLACK PEARL SINGS at Ford's Theatre 9/25-10/18
by Gabrielle Sierra - Sep 4, 2009

The Ford's Theatre 2009-2010 season opens with 'Black Pearl Sings!' by Frank Higgins, September 25-October 18, 2009. Tony Award winner Tonya Pinkins makes her Ford's Theatre debut in the title role with Erika Rolfsrud as Susannah. Jennifer L. Nelson returns to direct for the first time since her critically acclaimed production of 'Jitney.'

Several Upcoming Concerts Announced For Tony Award Winner Brian Stokes Mitchell
by Charlie Piane - Aug 20, 2009

Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell has announced several upcoming concert dates.

Chicago Dramatists Host A Benefit Evening For A STEADY RAIN At 11/14 Performance In NYC
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jul 24, 2009

Chicago Dramatists has a special block of orchestra tickets on reserve to A STEADY RAIN, the hottest upcoming Broadway show starring Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman and directed by Tony-Award nominee John Crowley. With stars of this caliber, tickets are in high demand, but Chicago Dramatists will be hosting a benefit performance on November 14th. A STEADY RAIN, the smash hit production by Chicago Dramatists Resident Playwright, Keith Huff, thrilled audiences during its two critically and publicly acclaimed runs in Chicago and will open in New York City this September.

Tickets Now On Sale For Citi PAC's Speaker Series With Carville And Rove 5/27
by Gabrielle Sierra - May 13, 2009

MSG Entertainment and Citi Performing Arts Center wrap up their 2009 'Speaker Series: The Minds That Move The World,' with political host and commentator Charlie Rose interviewing high profile political strategist James Carville and Former Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove, Wednesday, May 27 at 8 p.m. at Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre. Tickets are currently on sale.

Ticket Summit 2009 Will Be At The Waldorf Astoria Hotel 1/6
by BWW News Desk - Jan 6, 2009

TicketNetwork.com, the leading source for the ticket industry's most comprehensive inventory, today announced that the industry's most influential experts will address Ticket Summit 2009 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City, January 6-8th. The three-day event will include a list of marquis speakers as well as dynamic panel sessions and many vendor exhibits. High-profile attendees include representatives from Google, the NHL and the NCAA, in addition to companies representing the hospitality, ticket, entertainment and technology industries.

Ticket Summit 2009 Will Be At The Waldorf Astoria Hotel 1/6
by Gabrielle Sierra - Nov 21, 2008

TicketNetwork.com, the leading source for the ticket industry's most comprehensive inventory, today announced that the industry's most influential experts will address Ticket Summit 2009 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City, January 6-8th. The three-day event will include a list of marquis speakers as well as dynamic panel sessions and many vendor exhibits. High-profile attendees include representatives from Google, the NHL and the NCAA, in addition to companies representing the hospitality, ticket, entertainment and technology industries.

Baltimore/Washington Backstage - November 16, 2007
by Charles Shubow - Nov 16, 2007

Black Comedy 'Grand Delusion' Premieres at Lost Studio
by BWW News Desk - Oct 10, 2007

Grand Delusion, a biting black comedy, by David Rock begins performances at The Lost Studio, Los Angeles on November 16.

'The Guiding Light' Leads Driscoll Off-Broadway
by Joseph F. Panarello - Sep 21, 2007

Professionalism. It is a word that is bandied about with frequency in theater circles. When it is applied to a gaggle of pint-sized vagabonds who are rehearsing a middle school production of Oliver!, it becomes laughable. However, when its observed first-hand on one of New York's stages, it is truly appreciated. Such is the case at The Player's Theater on MacDougal Street. It is there that television actor John Driscoll has taken over two key roles in Matt Morillo's comedy Angry Young Women in Low-Rise Jeans with High-Class Issues.

Betty Buckley Lines Up Fall Concert Engagements
by BWW News Desk - Oct 4, 2006

Tony Award-winner Betty Buckley has lined up a number of upcoming concert engagements across the country

INTERVIEW: Vourvoulas and Boehm Cut 'Footloose' at Toby's
by James Howard - Jul 13, 2006

13 Questions for Becca Vourvoulas and Kurt Boehm of Footloose: The Musical now playing at Toby's Dinner Theatre of Baltimore

Adam Pascal Embarks on College Concert Tour, March 31-April 11
by BWW News Desk - Mar 28, 2006

Adam Pascal will play a college concert tour from March 31st through April 1st

Quackery, Hypochondria and Infidelity on Display in Ellicott City
by James Howard - Jan 10, 2006

Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Presents Moliere's THE IMAGINARY INVALID, February 3 - 19, at the Howard County Center for the Arts, 8510 High Ridge Road, in Ellicott City.

FAME THE MUSICAL at GALA Hispanic Theatre in DC is Thrilling
by Charles Shubow - Jan 1, 2001

Luis Salgado directs and choreographs this dynamic production.

Fairfax Symphony Orchestra And The Fairfax Ballet Join In Presenting The Nutcracker,  Photo Fairfax Symphony Orchestra And The Fairfax Ballet Join In Presenting The Nutcracker, Starring Lindsey Croop And Anthony Santos Of Dance Theatre Of Harlem
by BWW News Desk - Jan 1, 2001

Stephen Richard is New VP at Arena Stage
by BWW News Desk - Jan 1, 2001

Arena Stage's Chairman of the Board Mark Shugoll announced today that the theater's executive director Stephen Richard has accepted the post of Vice President of External Relations at the National Children's Museum effective May 2008.

BWW Review: LUTHER'S TRUMPET at Mason Arts At Home And George Mason University’s School Of Theater
by Rachael F. Goldberg - Jan 1, 2001

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