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by Kelsey Denette - Sep 26, 2012
The auditions hit Providence, Rhode Island in tonight's two hour marathon of The X Factor. Whether you missed the show or just want to re-live an audition, read on for a full recap of tonight's show!
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by Charlie Piane - May 12, 2010
In Redbeard & Domicella, two high school sweethearts deliver a bold retrospective of their young marriage in 'he said, she said' fashion. The witty, irrepressible Redbeard works in a bicycle shop near Brighton Beach; the slightly-built, titanic-hearted Domicella splits her time between a desk at the District Attorney's Office, and the kitchen table where she writes. The play speaks (too soon?) about instances of loss as disparate as September 11th and Michael Jackson's death, as well as Domicella's own close scrape on the wild streets of New York.
by Laura Holmes - Mar 14, 2011
What's going down at McKinley High?
by BWW News Desk - Jun 4, 2010
In Redbeard & Domicella, two high school sweethearts deliver a bold retrospective of their young marriage in 'he said, she said' fashion. The witty, irrepressible Redbeard works in a bicycle shop near Brighton Beach; the slightly-built, titanic-hearted Domicella splits her time between a desk at the District Attorney's Office, and the kitchen table where she writes. The play speaks (too soon?) about instances of loss as disparate as September 11th and Michael Jackson's death, as well as Domicella's own close scrape on the wild streets of New York.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 27, 2010
In Redbeard & Domicella, two high school sweethearts deliver a bold retrospective of their young marriage in 'he said, she said' fashion. The witty, irrepressible Redbeard works in a bicycle shop near Brighton Beach; the slightly-built, titanic-hearted Domicella splits her time between a desk at the District Attorney's Office, and the kitchen table where she writes. The play speaks (too soon?) about instances of loss as disparate as September 11th and Michael Jackson's death, as well as Domicella's own close scrape on the wild streets of New York.
by Chris Gibson - Jun 21, 2010
The St. Louis Actors' Studio and That Uppity Theatre Company have combined their efforts to close their season with the premiere of Joan Lipkin's (with collaborator JT Ricroft) original play, THE STATE OF MARRIAGE. The title does double duty here, allowing for commentary on the current state of nuptial bliss (or lack, thereof) in our country, while also referencing the fact that there are relatively few states that are currently allowing same sex marriages to be performed. The show is structured like a surreal wedding reception, with the audience invited to join in the festivities, including the distribution of cake to attendees. But there are also serious messages about tolerance and acceptance that are being conveyed here, making this an intriguing project.
by TV News Desk - Jul 21, 2012
It was the happiest day of the bride's life, but it was also her last. For the newlyweds featured on Investigation Discovery's new series HAPPILY NEVER AFTER, the reality of 'til death do you part' hits sooner than expected when homicide crashes the honeymoon. Part wedding show and part police drama, each episode unveils the murder of a newlywed amidst flashbacks to the couple's happy romance and the moment marital bliss turned to tragedy. Narrated by Emmy Award-winning actress Marlo Thomas, HAPPILY NEVER AFTER premieres tonight, July 21 at 10 PM E/T on Investigation Discovery.
by TV News Desk - Jul 12, 2012
It was the happiest day of the bride's life, but it was also her last. For the newlyweds featured on Investigation Discovery's new series HAPPILY NEVER AFTER, the reality of 'til death do you part' hits sooner than expected when homicide crashes the honeymoon. Part wedding show and part police drama, each episode unveils the murder of a newlywed amidst flashbacks to the couple's happy romance and the moment marital bliss turned to tragedy. Narrated by Emmy Award-winning actress Marlo Thomas, HAPPILY NEVER AFTER premieres Saturday, July 21 at 10 PM E/T on Investigation Discovery.
by Don Grigware - Aug 5, 2011
Another wonderful evening of song from Kritzerland, Bruce Kimmel's production label, at the Gardenia on Wednesday August 3, this time saluting the music of Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones, and congrats are in as this show marks Kritzerland's 12th consecutive show in its series at the Gardenia! Schmidt and Jones penned The Fantasticks, I Do! I Do!, among the most famous, and less so: 110 In the Shade, Collette Collage, Celebration and even a musical entitled The Bone Room. On hand to perform were musical director John Boswell and special guest Rex Smith, Lauren Rubin, Michaelia Leigh, Will Collyer, Camille Saviola, Michael Hawkins, 13 year-old Melody Hollis and even Guy Haines - I mean, Bruce Kimmel himself - singing. And I'm here to tell you, he didn't sound half bad! Kimmel as always introduced the evening with interesting composer trivia and anecdotes. The music showcased included well known tunes and lesser known or unfamiliar ones. Schmidt and Jones may not have had the popularity of Rodgers and Hammerstein, Lerner and Lowe, or Kander and Ebb, but one thing is certain they sure did pen some eclectically beautiful songs!
by Pat Cerasaro - Aug 24, 2011
Today we are kicking off Broadway World's multi-part series of interviews with the stars of the 2011 Kennedy Center produced and Eric Schaeffer directed production of Stephen Sondheim & James Goldman's seminal showbiz musical, FOLLIES, currently in previews on Broadway at the Marquis Theater. Suave leading man Ron Raines sheds light on the central, pivotal role of Benjamin Stone and how he sees the character - in his youth, in his marriage, in the present and, also, in the future, post-Loveland and, even post-FOLLIES - as well as illuminates his interactions with the colorful array of stars he shares the stage with eight nights a week - chief among them: Bernadette Peters, Elaine Paige and Jan Maxwell! Additionally, we discuss what has changed in the transfer from Washington, D.C. to NYC, as well as examine the underlying message and story told in Ben's stunning musical triptych of 'The Road You Didn't Take', 'Too Many Mornings' and 'Live, Laugh, Love'. As if all that were not enough, Raines and I cast a glance back at his previous stage and screen work and discuss his solo albums, upcoming concert appearances and much, much more! Plus, first news of his essaying of the title role in SWEENEY TODD with Karen Ziemba in St. Louis next summer, directed by the helmer of the original Christopher Bond play that inspired Sondheim to compose the musical adaptation in the first place back in 1969.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 15, 2010
Local musical theater stars Bill Bickford (Middlebury's Music Man), and wife Mindy Hinsdale sing Broadway classics and popular standards in the Eastview Cabaret Series at Town Hall Theater. Two shows on Thursday, April 15, at 7 and 9 pm. Enjoy intimate seating and a cash bar in the studio on THT's lower level.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Apr 1, 2010
Local musical theater stars Bill Bickford (Middlebury's Music Man), and wife Mindy Hinsdale sing Broadway classics and popular standards in the Eastview Cabaret Series at Town Hall Theater. Two shows on Thursday, April 15, at 7 and 9 pm. Enjoy intimate seating and a cash bar in the studio on THT's lower level.