NY Actors Sing Songs From Shows They Didn't BookNY Actors Sing Songs From Shows They Didn't Book
by BWW News Desk - Mar 27, 2019

Popular theatrical concert series 'Songs From The Shows I Should Have #Booked' is #back with an all new cast! With voices that will make you say 'how are you not playing this on Broadway?.. Or at least (insert regional theatre here)?' Songs From The Shows I Should Have #Booked' will go up for one-performance-only on Saturday March 30th 6:30pm at The West End Lounge in NYC. (more...)

Barefoot Shakespeare Company and Occupy Verona Presents ALL ONE FORESTBarefoot Shakespeare Company and Occupy Verona Presents ALL ONE FOREST
by BWW News Desk - Jun 7, 2018

Barefoot Shakespeare Company ?and Occupy Verona ?are teaming up for "She Doth Persist," a season celebrating feminism and activism. First up is All One Forest, a new play that explores what happens when famous characters from Shakespeare's plays meet each other outside of their stories. All performances will be held at Summit Rock in Central Park and admission is free. (more...)

Barefoot Shakespeare Company and Occupy Verona Presents ALL ONE FORESTBarefoot Shakespeare Company and Occupy Verona Presents ALL ONE FOREST
by BWW News Desk - May 20, 2018

Barefoot Shakespeare Company ?and Occupy Verona ?are teaming up for "She Doth Persist," a season celebrating feminism and activism. First up is All One Forest, a new play that explores what happens when famous characters from Shakespeare's plays meet each other outside of their stories. All performances will be held at Summit Rock in Central Park and admission is free. (more...)

Photo Flash: NYC Premiere Of THE SNOWY DAY... Opens On MLK Day Weekend At St. Luke's TheatrePhoto Flash: NYC Premiere Of THE SNOWY DAY... Opens On MLK Day Weekend At St. Luke's Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Jan 10, 2018

January 13, 2018, with an added performance on MLK Day, January 15th. Adapted for the stage by Jerome Hairston, with music by Victor Zupanc, the show is inspired by four of Keats' most beloved stories, including the 1963 Caldecott Award-winning The Snowy Day. The show celebrates the wonder of childhood in the city - from making tracks in the freshly fallen snow, to learning how to whistle, to imagining new worlds with a best friend who lives across the hall - these small moments of delight and joy are captured beautifully. Incorporating shadow puppets, songs, mime and humor, the 45 minute show for children will appeal to all ages. (more...)