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AN ACT OF GOD Extended at Denver Center for the Performing Arts Broadway/Cabaret
by BWW News Desk - Jan 24, 2017

Denver Center for the Performing Arts Broadway/Cabaret welcomes Steven J. Burge as God starting tonight, January 24. AN ACT OF GOD is extended, by popular demand, through April 8, 2017. Directed by Geoffrey Kent, AN ACT OF GOD also includes Steven Cole Hughes as Michael and Erik Sandvold as Gabriel. Jamie Grayson, joins the cast as understudy for God/Michael.

THE PUMP AND DUMP SHOW Coming to Paramount Theatre on Mother's Day Eve
by BWW News Desk - Jan 16, 2017

The Pump and Dump's 5th Annual Mother's Day Eve Comedy Show and Dance Party will be at Denver's Historic Paramount Theatre on Saturday, May 13th at 8:00pm. 

Trump Supporters Pledge to Boycott HAMILTON��"Yes, the Super Sold Out One��"with Trending Hashtag
by BWW News Desk - Nov 19, 2016

In the latest development of this ongoing battle, the hashtag #BoycottHamilton has been trending for the past six hours. Considering the fact that the musical juggernaut is sold out into next year, coupled with the recent Trump Cup 'boycott,' (which involves customers providing 'Trump' as their name when purchasing a drink at Starbucks), it remains unclear if the Trump supporters who instigated the hashtag understand how a boycott works.

Mac-Haydn Theatre Heads to a Far-Off Kingdom with INTO THE WOODS
by BWW News Desk - Jul 28, 2016

The Mac-Haydn Theatre heads to a world of the timeless Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales colliding with wondrous splendor in Stephen Sondheim's 'Into The Woods.'

Mac-Haydn Theatre Heads to a Far-Off Kingdom with INTO THE WOODS
by BWW News Desk - Jul 26, 2016

The Mac-Haydn Theatre heads to a world of the timeless Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales colliding with wondrous splendor in Stephen Sondheim's 'Into The Woods.'

Bump Club and Beyond Launches in San Francisco
by BWW News Desk - Jun 18, 2013

Bump Club and Beyond, the country's largest social event group for moms and moms-to-be, is adding another 'sibling' to its network by expanding west to the San Francisco Bay Area. This new addition joins thriving Bump Club and Beyond networks in Chicago, Austin and Minneapolis/St. Paul.

Photo Coverage: THE CLASSROOM in Rehearsals
by Peter James Zielinski - Aug 7, 2011

Rebel Collective Theatre and Slant Theatre Project will present Craig Clary's THE CLASSROOM in FringeNYC starting Aug. 14. The play tells the story of a group of young paralegals who find themselves in a strange limbo between their devil-may-care adolescence and a corporate world of responsibilities. They'll use any means possible - eating contests, Sudoku tournaments, computerized talking monkeys - to keep things interesting.

Controversial Play THE BUS STOP Premieres At Theater HAN 4/1
by BWW News Desk - Apr 1, 2009

Theatre HAN will present the New York Premiere of THE BUS STOP, the ground-breaking 1983 comedy by Nobel Prize winner Gao Xingjian. Condemned as 'spiritual pollution' by Chinese Communist Party officials and banned from production, the controversial play, which recalls Beckett's Waiting for Godot, earned Gao a reputation as an avant-garde writer to watch. Interpreted as an analogy for ineffective Communist government, the play was described by one eminent member of the party as 'the most pernicious piece of writing since the foundation of the People's Republic.' Translated by Shiao-Ling Yu and directed by Samantha Shechtman, previews begin March 26 at Sanford Meisner Theater. Opening night is slated for April 1.

Theater HAN Presents Gao Xingjian's THE BUS STOP 3/26-4/19
by BWW News Desk - Mar 26, 2009

Theatre HAN invites you to the New York Premiere of THE BUS STOP, the ground-breaking 1983 comedy by Nobel Prize winner Gao Xingjian. Condemned as 'spiritual pollution' by Chinese Communist Party officials and banned from production, the controversial play, which recalls Beckett's Waiting for Godot, earned Gao a reputation as an avant-garde writer to watch. Interpreted as an analogy for ineffective Communist government, the play was described by one eminent member of the party as 'the most pernicious piece of writing since the foundation of the People's Republic.' Translated by Shiao-Ling Yu and directed by Samantha Shechtman, performances run March 26 - April 19 at Sanford Meisner Theater (164 Eleventh Avenue, between 22nd & 23rd Streets)

Theater HAN Presents Gao Xingjian's THE BUS STOP 3/26-4/19
by BWW News Desk - Mar 5, 2009

Theatre HAN invites you to the New York Premiere of THE BUS STOP, the ground-breaking 1983 comedy by Nobel Prize winner Gao Xingjian. Condemned as 'spiritual pollution' by Chinese Communist Party officials and banned from production, the controversial play, which recalls Beckett's Waiting for Godot, earned Gao a reputation as an avant-garde writer to watch. Interpreted as an analogy for ineffective Communist government, the play was described by one eminent member of the party as 'the most pernicious piece of writing since the foundation of the People's Republic.' Translated by Shiao-Ling Yu and directed by Samantha Shechtman, performances run March 26 - April 19 at Sanford Meisner Theater (164 Eleventh Avenue, between 22nd & 23rd Streets)

Controversial Play THE BUS STOP Premieres At Theater HAN 4/1
by BWW News Desk - Feb 12, 2009

Theatre HAN will present the New York Premiere of THE BUS STOP, the ground-breaking 1983 comedy by Nobel Prize winner Gao Xingjian. Condemned as 'spiritual pollution' by Chinese Communist Party officials and banned from production, the controversial play, which recalls Beckett's Waiting for Godot, earned Gao a reputation as an avant-garde writer to watch. Interpreted as an analogy for ineffective Communist government, the play was described by one eminent member of the party as 'the most pernicious piece of writing since the foundation of the People's Republic.' Translated by Shiao-Ling Yu and directed by Samantha Shechtman, previews begin March 26 at Sanford Meisner Theater. Opening night is slated for April 1.

'Littlest Light on the Christmas Tree' at Vital Theatre thru Jan.6
by BWW News Desk - Dec 17, 2007

The Littlest Light on the Christmas Tree, the animated film which won the 'Best Animated Feature' Accolades Award, has been adapted as a stage musical for young audiences and will premiere in New York City at Vital Theatre Company for a special limited engagement this holiday season now through January 6.