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by Glenn Meads - Oct 27, 2005
Oh no, another jukebox musical in the vein of We Will Rock You or Jailhouse Rock, only this time to the strains of Meat Is Murder and This Charming Man! Well, no not quite.
by Michael Dale - Oct 22, 2005
Alan Ayckbourn's darkly comic farce gets a funny, if not exactly insightful, revival
by BWW News Desk - May 5, 2009
In today's tough economy, it's not difficult to find relatively new businesses struggling. But as Hot Summer Nights at the Kennedy approaches their fifth season, things are starting to 'heat up' and people are talking.
by Broadway Beat Priceless Moments - Mar 3, 2008
In the mid-1960's it was the multi-talented Mimi Hines, who was chosen to step into the role of Fanny Brice in the Broadway musical Funny Girl, when Barbara Streisand left the show to take it to London. The wonderful thing is, Mimi made the role her own and enjoyed a tremendous Broadway run.
by Michael Gilboe - Jun 4, 2007
Orson Welles is one of the most influential men in the history of American pop culture. He has had his fingers in more pies than can be imagined, from redifining what radio programing can be to indicting high ranking American officiates. Christian McKay and his fledgling theatre company, Atomic80 Productions have brought their already critically-acclaimed and award winning-play about the life and times of Orson Welles, Rosebud, to New York City. We sat down with Christian McKay to find out about Rosebud, Atomic80, Christian, and, of course, the man, the legend, Orson Welles.
by James Sims - Dec 8, 2006
Valarie Pettiford, who was last seen on stage at the La Jolla Playhouse performing in Des McNauff's The Wiz, recently spent the evening in the historic lobby of the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, singing a handful of showtunes and standards...
by Naomi Plume - Dec 20, 2007
Happy Holidays Everyone! Well ... here it is ... our BIGGEST CD coverage EVER and just in time for some last minute 'stocking-stuffer' inspiration ... even though a few of these are better used as coal, if you know what I mean.
by Michael Dale - Dec 12, 2004
Yes, you too can enjoy the hit drama of German politics. Even if you can't even understand the reviews!
by BWW News Desk - Apr 9, 2009
The hilarious SHEAR MADNESS, Charlotte's all time longest running theatrical hit, returns to the Queen City for another run of side-splitting laughs starting April 9 at the Stage Door Theater. This worldwide hit played 210 performances in the Booth Playhouse in 2006 during its inaugural engagement in Charlotte.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 3, 2009
The hilarious SHEAR MADNESS, Charlotte's all time longest running theatrical hit, returns to the Queen City for another run of side-splitting laughs starting April 9 at the Stage Door Theater. This worldwide hit played 210 performances in the Booth Playhouse in 2006 during its inaugural engagement in Charlotte.