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by Guest Blogger: Showstopper! - Sep 29, 2015
Hiya! Lucy Trodd here (the tall one - if you've seen Showstopper). Over the next 10 weeks you'll hear from the actors, musicians and technicians involved in Showstopper! The Improvised Musical.
by Kelsey Denette - Sep 27, 2012
Today is the second night of Providence auditions on 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!
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!
by Wendi Reichstein - Sep 25, 2014
In true soap-opera drama fashion, NASHVILLE gives us a peek of a very intense near future before rewinding us back about 12 hours. In this sneak peek, we're greeted with an indecisive Rayna, Juliette having a meltdown Britney Spears style (haircut and all), a very confused, trying-to-hide-the-truth-that-her-husband-just-came-out-to-her Layla, and a very angry Luke Wheeler who, after unexpectedly punching Deacon in the face, exclaiming “Why can't you just let her be happy?” To which Deacon responds, “Why can't you?” And thus begins Season 3 of NASHVILLE Half a day earlier, we begin to taxing, but nonetheless exciting task, of putting the pieces together. Scarlett is headed out of NASHVILLE, Juliette is begging for Avery's forgiveness, and Will and Layla are trying, albeit poorly, to continue their charade.
by Maggie Yates - Sep 20, 2016
Last week's dramatic elimination prompts real talk amongst the remaining queens about how the 'rules' of the game. Alyssa Edwards explained that her decision to give Ginger Minj the heeled boot was because she felt other bottom-runner Katya had been better in the competition on a more consistent basis. Phi Phi and Roxxxy see Alyssa's decision to eliminate based on personal choice rather than the judges' critiques as a betrayal of the sisterhood, though Roxxxy has the good sense to only voice her opinion on the confessional camera. A note from Ginger asking the girls to 'play a fair game' incites the ladies to squabble, but Katya (thank you, Katya!) shuts them down. It's a competition, after all, and Alyssa can choose whomever she wants to kick out of the game.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Sep 19, 2015
DOCTOR WHO is back! In the first episode of Season 9, The Doctor, Clara, and Missy are faced with an old foe. Keep reading for more, but beware of spoilers!
by Oliver Oliveros - Oct 9, 2012
There are no small parts, only small actors; and Art Acuña, a US-based theater, film, and television actor, whose recent performance as restaurant manager, Harry Shaw, in the television series THE KITCHEN MUSICAL received an International Emmy nomination announced just yesterday, is anything but narrow-minded or narcissistic.
by Courtney Henley - Oct 31, 2015
Last week, there were a lot of surprises - and arguably even more fights - on THE AMAZING RACE. Who would've ever expected Team Alabama (even with the Express Pass) to climb to the top of the pack and land at the Pit Stop in first place? Not me, I'll tell you that. As for the arguing, well, the came almost exclusively from the Paparazzi, who quickly climbed into first place on my 'teams that should be eliminated ASAP' list. Everybody else seems pretty content (especially the Cheerleaders, who are just loving life right now). This week, we get to watch Team Alabama rap in French. Who's ready!?
by BWW News Desk - Nov 7, 2014
With a $38 million project under construction, a world premiere adaptation, a visit from England and the continuation of the Complete the Canon and History Cycle initiatives, the Utah Shakespeare Festival showed no signs of slowing down in 2014, its 53rd season. Producing 235 performances in rotating repertory in three theatres for 17 weeks is no easy feat, but through countless hours, a dedicated group of artists has pulled off another artistically successful year. Scroll down for photos from the 2014 season!
by Kaitlin Milligan - Nov 1, 2015
Zygon are back, and they are breaking the ceasefire established in The Day of the Doctor. As we learned from both Osgoods, there is a ceasefire, and if one human or Zygon goes rogue, that ceasefire will break. Unfortunately that occurs, and there are 20 million Zygons to deal with. One of the Osgoods dies, and the other is captured by Zygons and taken to the base in Turmezistan.
by BWW News Desk - May 8, 2014
Pacific Symphony's critically-acclaimed American Composers Festival (ACF) continues for the 14th year with “From Screen to Score: New Concert Music by Famous Film Composers”—who happen to be four of today's biggest Hollywood heavy-hitters: John Williams (“Star Wars,” “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” “E.T., the Extra Terrestrial”), Howard Shore (“Lord of the Rings,” “The Hobbit,” “Hugo”), James Horner (“Titanic,” “Star Trek,” “Apollo 13”) and Elliot Goldenthal (“Alien 3,” “Batman Forever” and “Batman and Robin”). Together, these iconic composers boast 11 Oscars and countless billions of box office dollars. They also hold the ironic position of simultaneously being the most-heard orchestral composers ever (the soundtrack for “Titanic” sold 30 million copies), yet their music is the least performed.
by BWW News Desk - May 8, 2014
Pacific Symphony's critically-acclaimed American Composers Festival (ACF) continues for the 14th year with 'From Screen to Score: New Concert Music by Famous Film Composers'-who happen to be four of today's biggest Hollywood heavy-hitters: John Williams ('Star Wars,' 'Raiders of the Lost Ark,' 'E.T., the Extra Terrestrial'), Howard Shore ('Lord of the Rings,' 'The Hobbit,' 'Hugo'), James Horner ('Titanic,' 'Star Trek,' 'Apollo 13') and Elliot Goldenthal ('Alien 3,' 'Batman Forever' and 'Batman and Robin'). Together, these iconic composers boast 11 Oscars and countless billions of box office dollars. They also hold the ironic position of simultaneously being the most-heard orchestral composers ever (the soundtrack for 'Titanic' sold 30 million copies), yet their music is the least performed.
by BWW News Desk - May 5, 2017
Between May 13th and September 17th Les Postes du futur are offering to Montrealers and everyone who loves Montreal an exclusive post office service with postcards sent to the address of your choice… in 25 years, just in time for Montreal's 400th! A unique occasion to mark down your memories of 2017 and to share your thoughts with the citizens of 2042.
by Patti Murin - May 26, 2015
And it's officially Week Two of (The Search For Someone to Spend the Next Three to Six Months With But If You Last Longer Then You Have to Get Married On TV For Millions of Dollars Because You Quit Your Job to Go On) The Bachelorette! I raise my glass of some sort of yummy Greek white wine to all of you for watching, or just reading this recap in lieu of watching. It takes a village, people!
by Maggie Yates - Mar 4, 2015
'In the Red and Brown Water' functions on several levels to allow the audience to be emotionally involved in the saga of Oya's search for meaning.
by Jill Schafer - Mar 30, 2016
In just their second season as a theater company, New Epic Theater is tackling not one but two challenging and not often performed political plays with THE NORMAL HEART and CORIOLANUS, performed in rep (something that's also not often done). It's an ambitious undertaking for any theater company, much less a young one. But in this short time New Epic has already established themselves as a company that does striking work, both visually and emotionally. The first half of this pair of plays opened last weekend, a strikingly beautiful and devastating production of the 1985 Off-Broadway play THE NORMAL HEART about the early days of the AIDS crisis. Friends, this is a piece of theater not to be missed. The Normal Heart returns on April 7, but in the meantime you can see the other piece of the puzzle, Shakespeare's CORIOLANUS, this weekend, as I will be. Director Joseph Stodola and New Epic Theater have a unique vision, one that deserves to be seen.
by Matt Smith - Mar 23, 2016
Well… it's all come down to this. Though nothing can really compare to last week's shocking ending, this week's outing comes pretty close, offering surprise after surprise while simultaneously closing loose ends and opening new doors. There's also a slew of familiar faces that return throughout the various scenes — some may actually be a little too familiar. All this while Liza's still trying to keep her secret… um… secret. it's all very well done, well acted and, as always, well-written! Intrigued and ready to find out more?! Well… you know what to do. First, you watch Sutton Foster pal around with Seth Meyers, of course. Then, you read on: 
by Guest Blogger: Dan McCleary - Mar 18, 2014
Carrie Linquist of Memphis was the first reader last week to let me know Sullivan's Shakespeare-text request of me. Caliban speaks it in The Tempest as the drunken Stephano and Trinculo attempt to sing: 'That's not the tune!'
by BWW News Desk - Mar 14, 2017
Due to inclement weather and unsafe travel conditions The Joyce Theater (Linda Shelton, Executive Director) has cancelled this evening's (March 14) opening performance of Gauthier Dance // Dance Company Theaterhaus Stuttgart in the New York premiere of Marco Goecke's acclaimed evening-length work NIJINSKI. The new official opening for this engagement will be held on Wednesday, March 15 at 7:30pm.
by Rocky Christopher Fajardo - Jun 9, 2014
London's pre-summer late afternoon weather is drizzly and drab outside the Prince Edward Theatre on May 29, 2014, but inside the lavish Julie Andrews suite, where BroadwayWorld.com (BWW) is invited to have a cosy chat over a cup of tea with Rachelle Ann Go, MISS SAIGON's Gigi Van Tranh, the late spring showers that day seem continents away.
by Jillian Gaier - Jun 4, 2014
Ever thought about the handprint you leave on the world? Messy, raw, and honest, Splintered Spark Collective explores this handprint we leave smeared on the sidewalks of each other's veins and painted on the windows of the world. 'Poetry in Motion; Poetry in Devotion' is an original and collaborative poetry piece that dives into the colored feelings that inhabit our bones. The newly formed theatre company, Splintered Spark Collective, grew out of the creation of the show Poetry in Motion at CSU Long Beach, where the founder/director Lottie Frick felt the creative journey needed to be continued at the 2014 Hollywood Fringe Festival.
by Guest Blogger: Libby Servais - Jul 26, 2014
As Transcendence Theatre Company prepares to open "Fantastical Family Night" of the Broadway Under the Stars concert series, I wanted to let you in on some of the fun that we've been having. Along with leading an incredibly special Broadway Kids Camp that was more inspiring than I could ever have imagined (see previous blog), I've loved every second of making magic with this uniquely amazing group of TTC artists.
by Kristen Morale - Jul 16, 2015
Directed by Francesca James, Lend Me a Tenor is beyond brought - it is more like jolted to life in Monomoy's current production of Ken Ludwig's Tony-winning comedy, and to say that it is anything but brilliant this time around is a severe understatement. It is one of the only productions I have seen in a long time where I was actually dreading the end of the first act, not knowing if it ended as it did or if it was to be continued after intermission; thankfully, Act Two did indeed happen and did anything but disappoint. It is also one of those shows which, after the curtain has closed, persuade people to drag their family and friends to see so that they, too, may understand how epic it truly is. It is a shame that there are only a few performances available to see, but if you are free this Friday or Saturday, Monomoy Theater is where you should be spending some time.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 6, 2017
The Gladiators feat. Droop Lion will bring Bob Marley's Birthday Celebration to the Fox Theatre on February 12, 2017.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 14, 2016
Huntington Theatre Company presents a free workshop performance of DANCING IS A SIN: TWO NEW ONE-WOMAN PLAYS FROM EGYPT.
by David Clarke - Jan 14, 2013
What happens when artists reclaim prominent fairy tale figures from Disney's sparkling and sanitzied translations? Well, for one, INTO THE WOODS is born. The show, with a book by James Lapine and music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, presents fairy tale characters that are closer to their origins. They are bawdy, sarcastic, humorous, and ultimately tangibly real in their own ways. The varnish is removed and their valuable lessons are given to light again. Whether you love or hate Stephen Sondheim's work, there is no denying that the man is brilliant and INTO THE WOODS, as produced by Colton Berry's Bayou City Theatrics, magnificently illustrates this.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 27, 2016
Join JAZZSTOCK's for its next concert today, February 27 with 2012 NEA Jazz Master Sheila Jordan in duo with longtime collaborator bassist Cameron Brown.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 24, 2016
Join us for JAZZSTOCK's next concert on February 27 with 2012 NEA Jazz Master Sheila Jordan in duo with longtime collaborator bassist Cameron Brown.
by Matt Smith - Feb 17, 2016
“Into the woods, you have to grope, but that's the way you learn to cope. Into the woods to find there's hope of getting through the journey.”  Yep, Liza certainly put those lyrics to the test this week… as she finds out how “worth it” her journey with Josh really is during a weekend away from the city — and pretty much all luxuries and technology. :-P Meanwhile, Diana and Hugh Shirley hit in a bump in the road just as their relationship begins to take off. Intrigued? Want to read more? Well, who's stopping you? Read on…. 
by Guest Blogger: Jeffrey Sanzel - Dec 9, 2013
It's Sunday night. We just ended the first of our three ten show weeks of A Christmas Carol.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 18, 2015
Huntington Theatre Company presents a free workshop performance of DANCING IS A SIN: TWO NEW ONE-WOMAN PLAYS FROM EGYPT.
by Nancy Grossman - Dec 17, 2016
FAITHLESS is an intimate study of a Boston Irish-Catholic family facing a crisis. Mom is dying, but the adult children have different beliefs, resulting in a debate about her fate and a rehashing of family history before any resolution is possible. Sitting in a hospital waiting room with these four actors, the audience recognizes these people and understands what they're going through. Can they find closure and rebuild lost connections?
by Gail Lloyd - Aug 6, 2012
Over the years, the HCC has relinquished its exclusivity to those who could afford it's pricey entrance fee. Today, it embraces a commitment to community by offering a jewel of an event as the center piece of it's three day long extravaganza, which is free to the public. It is this commitment to inclusion of all the people of Hawaii which will insure it's success in the future, and it is to this day I turn my attention for my review. Good fortune smiled upon me as I entered the vast prism-like structure that is the Hawaii Convention Center [http://www.hawaiiconvention.com/], for I bumped into one of the "movers and shakers" of the Hawaiian environmental community (Annette Kaohelaulii), who pointed me in all the right directions and then told me she would hunt up VIPs for me to interview. I didn't see her again but I made the acquaintance of a lot of wonderful, caring people. At an event like this, anyone who shows up is a VIP in my book. We rode the escalator up to the 4th floor, and stepped into a spacious, sun-dappled expanse filled with the rich and melodious tones of the afternoon's first entertainer, Kawiko Kahiopo...
by Gail Lloyd - Aug 27, 2012
A project created by the Kumu Kahua Theater and organized by Managing Director Donna Blanchard. Quoting the program: "Co-lab Kaka 'ako is the result of a collaborative venture between inter-island Terminal and Kumu Kahua Theater. The goal of the program is to nurture the very best creative theater talent in our community to create an open platform for learning about and discussing Kaka 'ako - an important place for so many generations of Honolulu-ans, and a place to experience great change. At the center of the web of this creative process was instructor Lisa Formosa-Parmigiano a life member and former faculty member of the Actor Studio Drama School. She is currently the Director of Education at Chicago Street Theatre and an adjunct Professor at Columbia College in Chicago. Her courses have included ensemble development, collaboration techniques, film casting, directing and The Method. "It is the allowing of chaos in, and knowing how to work with it." ~ Lisa Formosa-Parmigiano
by TV News Desk - Aug 18, 2015
In commemoration of the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Time Inc. and Rampante, a strategic advisory, production and distribution company, today announced that New Orleans, Here & Now will debut Thursday, August 27
by BWW News Desk - Aug 17, 2013
The cast and song list were just announced for Bayside! The Musical!, the unauthorized musical parody of TV's 'Saved By The Bell'. Bayside! will begin an Off-Broadway run at New York City's Theatre 80 on September 12, 2013. Get a first look at the cast in the photos below!
by BWW News Desk - Aug 15, 2013
The cast and song list have been announced for the upcoming Off-Broadway production of Bayside! The Musical!, the musical parody of TV's #1 teen drama 'Saved By The Bell'. Performances begin September 12 at Theatre 80.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 8, 2014
Pacific Symphony's critically-acclaimed American Composers Festival (ACF) continues for the 14th year with "From Screen to Score: New Concert Music by Famous Film Composers"-who happen to be four of today's biggest Hollywood heavy-hitters: John Williams ("Star Wars," "Raiders of the Lost Ark," "E.T., the Extra Terrestrial"), Howard Shore ("Lord of the Rings," "The Hobbit," "Hugo"), James Horner ("Titanic," "Star Trek," "Apollo 13") and Elliot Goldenthal ("Alien 3," "Batman Forever" and "Batman and Robin"). Together, these iconic composers boast 11 Oscars and countless billions of box office dollars. They also hold the ironic position of simultaneously being the most-heard orchestral composers ever (the soundtrack for "Titanic" sold 30 million copies), yet their music is the least performed.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 8, 2014
Pacific Symphony's critically-acclaimed American Composers Festival (ACF) continues for the 14th year with “From Screen to Score: New Concert Music by Famous Film Composers”—who happen to be four of today's biggest Hollywood heavy-hitters: John Williams (“Star Wars,” “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” “E.T., the Extra Terrestrial”), Howard Shore (“Lord of the Rings,” “The Hobbit,” “Hugo”), James Horner (“Titanic,” “Star Trek,” “Apollo 13”) and Elliot Goldenthal (“Alien 3,” “Batman Forever” and “Batman and Robin”). Together, these iconic composers boast 11 Oscars and countless billions of box office dollars. They also hold the ironic position of simultaneously being the most-heard orchestral composers ever (the soundtrack for “Titanic” sold 30 million copies), yet their music is the least performed.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 30, 2015
A concert of new works for opera and ballet by composer Patrick Soluri will launch the New York Arts and Sciences Salon's 2015 season of live performances, with the concert 'Burst Into Spring' tonight, April 30 at 8:00 PM at the Beethoven Piano Concert Space in New York City. After the concert Mr. Soluri will be present to meet with the audience and answer questions.
by Jessica Khan - Apr 28, 2017
Good morning, BroadwayWorld! This weekend's big news: A FRIENDS musical parody arrives at Feinstein's/54 Below and more!
by Caryn Robbins - Apr 27, 2017
'CATS 2: GRIZABELLA'S REVENGE'?, 'STILL WAITING FOR GODOT: THE SEQUEL'? Unlike successful films, which often spawn prequels, sequels and beyond, It's not often that you see a 'Part II' attached to the title of a cherished theatrical work. But that's not to say it never happens!
by Pat Cerasaro - Apr 27, 2012
Today we are talking to a Broadway superstar beloved from the time of her breakthrough performance in the original cast of Stephen Sondheim's PASSION nearly twenty years ago all the way to two tremendous revivals in the early 00s - KISS ME, KATE and MAN OF LA MANCHA - to her most recent trio of roles on Broadway, first appearing in the straight drama ENRON, then as the troubled lead character of Diana in the Pulitzer Prize-winning NEXT TO NORMAL, and, most recently, as the tortured Margaret White in the long-awaited New York return of CARRIE - the one and only Marin Mazzie. Recalling many memories of working on the original productions of such seminal musicals as INTO THE WOODS, PASSION, RAGTIME, SPAMALOT and NEXT TO NORMAL with some of Broadway's best and brightest talents, Mazzie expresses her sincere appreciation for the unforgettable shows she has been associated with and opens up about her experiences as both an originator of a role, as in the cases of PASSION and RAGTIME, and also as a replacement star and the challenges that that position poses for a performer. Additionally, Mazzie shares her enthusiasm for the words and music of the Tony Award-winning RAGTIME creators Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, whom she will be saluting alongside a starry assortment of notables on Monday at the NY Pops JOURNEY ON Gala at Carnegie Hall. Plus, Mazzie clues us in on all aspects of her journey with the recent New York reworking and reappraisal of CARRIE and gives us first news on recording the cast album, which is set for a Fall release, as well as news on her second duets album with husband, Jason Danieley and solo album thoughts. All of that and much, much more!
by BWW News Desk - Apr 25, 2014
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by BWW News Desk - Apr 22, 2015
A concert of new works for opera and ballet by composer Patrick Soluri will launch the New York Arts and Sciences Salon's 2015 season of live performances, with the concert 'Burst Into Spring' Thursday April 30 at 8:00 PM at the Beethoven Piano Concert Space in New York City. After the concert Mr. Soluri will be present to meet with the audience and answer questions.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 20, 2016
In an annual rite of passage, the talented students of Ballet Academy East's Pre-Professional Division delight audiences with both new works and beloved ballets in four performances May 20-22. The production features five works by three choreographers presented at Gerald W. Lynch Theater: Coppélia Act III, de l'innocence, Sans Nuages, TO BE CONTINUED…, and Gossec's Gavotte.
by BWW Special Coverage - Apr 1, 2016
No joke!  This week, we go around  our Broadway World to feature the top 10 stories in St. Petersburg, Austin, Los Angles and more.  Included in the list are 400 MILES in St. Petersburg, LONDON CALLING in Austin, and TICK, TICK... BOOM! in Los Angeles, just to name a few.