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Bartlett Sher, Bob Martin, Adam Guettel & More Set for Alliance Theatre's 24/25 Season
by Chloe Rabinowitz - April 25, 2024

Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre has revealed the productions for the 56th season. Learn about the shows and see how to purchase tickets.

Street Theatre Company's THE TRAIL TO OREGON May Be Hard to Describe, But It's More Fun Than A Bout of Dysentery
by Jeffrey Ellis - March 12, 2024

The answer is none of the above, obviously – you and I are showing our age with those ridiculous suggestions – and any effort to explain The Trail to Oregon to you would contain spoilers, which people oftentimes don’t want to know, sending particularly disturbing and frankly threatening emails to critics just trying to do their jobs.

Review: HELLO, DOLLY! at Village Theatre
by Jay Irwin - May 27, 2023

In the musical theater world, there are classics and then there are Classics (with the big “C”). Jerry Herman’s “Hello, Dolly!” is certainly a big “C” Classic and I’m here to fight anyone who says different. It’s a delicious throwback to the Golden Age of musicals and certainly a star vehicle for the right star. And speaking of the right star, the current production of “Dolly”, currently playing at Village Theatre, shows just how good this Classic can be with the incredible Bobbi Kotula in the title role who proves that she’s not a star, but a Star!

BWW Review: Studio Tenn's Emotional and Heartfelt IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE Brings Magic to the Holiday Season
by Jeffrey Ellis - December 22, 2021

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Alison Ewing of A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC at 42nd Street Moon Is Thrilled to Be Back Onstage in a Sondheim Classic
by Jim Munson - November 02, 2021

BroadwayWorld talks to leading lady Alison Ewing about playing Desiree in 42nd Street Moon's new production of Stephen Sondheim's 'A Little Night Music' playing November 4 to 21 in San Francisco.

ALMOST, MAINE Will Be Performed at Roleystone Hall Next Month
by Stephi Wild - April 18, 2021

One of the most frequently produced plays in the US is the latest offering from Roleystone Theatre. 

NYC Jazz Duo Sweet Megg And Ricky Alexander Bring The '20's Back To 2020 With New Single
by Chloe Rabinowitz - March 19, 2021

New York City-based jazz vocalist Sweet Megg (Meaghan Farrell) and saxophone/clarinet extraordinaire Ricky Alexander revive the 1920s with their refreshing take on the classic song 'My Honey's Lovin Arms,' which premieres today. 

BWW Review: HAIR at CenterStage At JCC
by Keith Waits - February 17, 2020

If you imagine a new production of the classic musical Hair will be a cozy, nostalgic revel in hippie culture you are partly right. But Hair was created as a bold and provocative statement of the counter culture to the establishment, and director Frank Goodloe's take on the material is faithful to both the stylistic and intellectual aesthetic that lies at the heart of the show.

BWW Review: 20/20 Vision Does A Double Take During TWELFTH NIGHT at The Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse
by Obie Outlaw - January 11, 2020

The Shakespeare Tavern is greeting 2020 with the perfect play for a new decade of doubled-up dates: Twelfth Night. With an unforgettable sword fight, an unwittingly hilarious antagonist, and undeniably magical music, this doubly troublesome show is a delight.

The Waukesha Civic Theatre Presents PEE WEE PLAYERS
by A.A. Cristi - October 15, 2019

The Waukesha Civic Theatre presents Pee Wee Players on Saturday, October, 26th from 9:00-11:00 am. This workshop is for students ages 4-5. Tuition is $40. Financial aid is available.

TV: Watch A Performance By The Cast Of AMELIE THE MUSICAL
by Marianka Swain - October 07, 2019

Today, BroadwayWorld's Emma Watkins attended the official West End press launch of AMELIE THE MUSICAL at The Other Palace. The event featured a performance of songs from the show by Audrey Brisson and the company, plus there was a Q&A with director Michael Fentiman and Brisson. Watch the video below!

BWW Review: ANNIE at Omaha Community Playhouse: You're Going to Like It Here
by Christine Swerczek - September 16, 2019

Everyone loves the story of the little orphan girl who lands in the lap of luxury, and the billionaire who finds what he's been missing...a heart. ANNIE runs through October 13, so there are plenty of chances to catch it. I think you're going to like it here.

BWW Review: Nashville Rep's 35th Season Celebration Kicks Off With Astonishing URINETOWN THE MUSICAL
by Jeffrey Ellis - September 15, 2019

Brilliant social commentary or sophomoric lowbrow humor? Just what is it that makes Urinetown the Musical such a hit with audiences and theater companies a?' is it the biting satire delivered in Greg Kotis' book and lyrics and in Mark Hollmann's music and lyrics, or is it (in the case of Nashville Repertory Theatre's 35th season opening production) director Jason Tucker's fast-paced and quick-witted vision that's nothing short of mesmerizingly entertaining? We'll leave that up to you to decide a?' well, actually, we won't since that's why I am paid the big bucks to tell you what to think a?' but rest assured that no matter the reason, odds are you're going to love Nashville Rep's iteration of Urinetown and you'll want to score tickets before the show evaporates into the creative ether encircling Tennessee Performing Arts Center's Andrew Johnson Theatre.

BWW Review: SIX at Chicago Shakespeare Theater
by Rachel Weinberg - May 25, 2019

Bow down to the queens of SIX. In this new musical from Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss (with direction from Moss and Jamie Armitage), the six wives of King Henry VIII are taking back their mics and sharing their stories-in the form of contemporary pop musical songs. This masterful musical sizzles with electric energy and endless delight. SIX remains a fiery and joyous theatrical affair without ever making light of the fact that the musical demonstrates how these six women are best remembered in history as 'belonging' to an infamous king. Yet SIX also brilliantly subverts this notion by reminding us that a huge part of Henry VIII's legacy stems from the fact that these six women were all his spouses. SIX posits that without this line-up of ex-wives, Henry VIII might not have left such an indelible mark on history.

BWW Review: Way Off Broadway Productions' Disappointing and Over-Designed LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES
by Jeffrey Ellis - May 13, 2019

Now would seem the perfect time for a Nashville revival of Christopher Hampton's Les Liasions Dangereuses - an intriguing play about powerful men subjugating women to their sexual domination, private missives between aristocrats made public in order to cause embarrassment, and any perceptibly well-meaning act of charity is undermined by far baser instincts - which is perhaps best known for the movies it has inspired: Dangerous Liaisons and Cruel Intentions.

BWW Review: HONK! at Delaware Theatre Company
by Greer Firestone - April 22, 2019

HONK! Is a musical adaptation of the Hans Christian Anderson story of "The Ugly Duckling". It embodies a message of tolerance and bullying…and as Director Bud Martin suggests in his program notes…'the discourse in our country today is full of bullying, name-calling, racism and anti-immigration". (Provoked by our Narcissist in Chief. My words, not Martin's).

BWW Review: Tennessee Women's Theater Project's EVERY BRILLIANT THING Offers Unique Theater Experience
by Jeffrey Ellis - March 08, 2019

By turns wonderfully funny and achingly poignant, Every Brilliant Thing - Tennessee Women's Theater Project's mounting of Duncan Macmillan and Jonny Donahue's one-actor play about dealing with the suicide of one's mother - offers Nashville audiences a unique method by which to examine the effects of depression and surviving the loss of a loved one. Starring notable local actor Becky Wahlstrom, what ensues is not quite a monologue, nor is it (for all intents and purposes) a one-woman show (or what one expects from such an offering) due to its clever and imaginative structure that ensures every audience member becomes intimately involved in what transpires in a scant one-hour of stage time.

Review Roundup: What Did Critics Think of MAMMA MIA! at Theatre Under The Stars?
by Alan Henry - February 28, 2019

MAMMA MIA!, the hit jukebox musical, opened on February 19 and is playing through March 3, 2019 at Theatre Under the Stars in Houston, Texas.

BWW Review: 'Take A Chance' On MAMMA MIA! at Theatre Under The Stars
by Audrey Morabito - February 25, 2019

When attending a jukebox musical, it's expected that the best part of the show will likely be the cherished songs and vocals. MAMMA MIA showcases music and lyrics by ABBA's Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus, and a book by Catherine Johnson that is predictably a bit surface-level and 'cheesy', for lack of a better word. Of course, this effect is almost expected when adapting a collection of an artist's songs for the stage, and cheesy can be wonderful. However, there is a way to stage a cheesy musical without seeming inauthentic. There were moments in Theatre Under the Stars' MAMMA MIA that worked, and some that didn't.

Notes & Quotes From 2018 Stanley Cup Final Game 3
by Tori Hartshorn - June 04, 2018

NBC Sports' exclusive coverage of the Stanley Cup Final continued tonight on NBCSN, as the Washington Capitals defeated the Vegas Golden Knights, 3-1, in Game 3 from Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C. Alex Ovechkin netted his 14th goal of the postseason and his second of the Stanley Cup Final to give the Capitals a 2-1 series lead.

BWW Review: BIG LOVE, A PLAY, or 50 Brides for 50 Brothers
by Jeffrey Ellis - February 26, 2018

Who'd have thought that a play written in 2000 and based upon a work by Aeschylus from 463 BC (give or take a year or two) would prove to be so timely in the 21st Century? Yet that is exactly what Big Love, a play by Charles Mee, directed by Amanda Card and produced by Tamara Todres, Kristin McCalley and Clayton Landiss, has proven in six performances at a former Methodist Church in Inglewood, delivering a production that challenges preconceived notions about a myriad of issues, ranging from sexism, racism and any number of other "isms" that punctuate our current conversation.

Whimsical Musical Version Of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM Plays The Roxy Regional Theatre Next Month
by BWW News Desk - October 27, 2017

'Ah, what fools these mortals be!' An annual tradition at the corner of Franklin and First in Historic Downtown Clarksville takes a twist this fall with the Roxy Regional Theatre's production of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM: The Musical, opening Friday, November 3, at 8:00pm.

Iris Bahr On Tackling a Tough Subject With Humor & Guest Starring Again on CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM
by Leigh Scheps - October 20, 2017

'Tragedy, tomorrow. Comedy Tonight.' Except in Iris Bahr's one-woman show, I Lost You There A Humorous Exploration of a Most Unfunny Subject, it's both in one night. 'I like to tackle everything with humor and pathos -- one minute people are laughing, crying the next,' the actress explains.



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